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Intern (m/f/x) Operations & Change – Summer Internship Programme
Are you going to complete your Master’s degree next year and wish to have the best possible take-off for your career? Become part of our Summer Internship Programme and gain exciting insights into ING – plus responsibility in projects and daily business. As part of a cross-divisional “Summer Intern Class,” you’ll get a holistic understanding of our business by attending knowledge sessions and networking events. Sounds good? Apply now and join ING – from 1st August to 30th September 2021.
Your TasksIn our unit “Operations & Change”, you can combine strategy and innovation, develop new business ideas, and help to get our employees optimally involved – also on an operational level. During the internship, you get to know our team “Strategy & Business Development” or accompany our Organisational Developers in our team “Way of Working”. Whether classic M&A analyses, FinTech cooperations, innovative new ideas or the support of organisational changes: At ING, you will find out what suits you best. And, if you like, this is only the beginning! Following your successful internship, you will have the chance to get invited to a shortened recruiting process for our International Talent Programme – or to a direct entry. That’s when you’ll dive deeper into Change and Process Management, the agile development of banking services, the management of service units & co.
Your ProfileStudy of economics, communications, social sciences or equivalent, in the year before your Master’s degreeIdeally, first experience in Business Development, Change Management or in a similar areaAffinity for finance and analytics as well as first international experienceEnjoy working in a team and with agile methodsGood communication skills – in German and in EnglishYour ApplicationAt ING we are colorful and diverse: different personalities with different perspectives - an international culture where we value and appreciate each other. We believe in substance over style, people instead of labels.
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