Company Name:
RDO Equipment
Position Title Internship
Job Requisition Number 14-0277
Location Aberdeen
Description This part time internship will allow this person to gain understanding of the skills necessary to advance into a role within RDO Equipment Co. They will learn RDO Equipment Co. processes and procedures used throughout the organization including an understanding of the Parts, Service, Sales, and Management departments. The hours per week will depend upon store availability. After successful completion of the summer internship and college graduation, management can offer full time employment
This position will rotate through temporary assignments in the dealership in order to obtain a complete picture of day-to-day duties and responsibilities of all departments and the importance of teamwork within our dealerships.
Day-to-day duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to; learning relationship development, sales skills, product knowledge, inventory management, company computer systems, processes and procedures.
Perform any other special duties as requested by field management or other department personnel to ensure customer satisfaction.
Demonstrate a willingness to learn.
Demonstrate a willingness and interest to participate in our Customer Engagement Experience philosophy, and continually display passion around the principals outlined.
Follow all policies and procedures as specified in company manuals and as directed in the employee handbook.
Attend required company meetings and participate in constructive discussion.
Participate in any and all appropriate training.
Conduct self in the presence of customers so as to present a professional image of RDO Equipment Co.
In order to be considered for the Internship, the student must currently be enrolled in college and available to complete a summer internship following the completion of their junior year.
Must be a self-starter.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office.
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