Corporate Quality Team Internship
Location: Cupertino, CA Corporate Headquarters
The Seagate Corporate Quality Team is looking for a dynamic and success driven summer intern to play key roles with our initiative to measure and improve Total Customer Experience across all of our market segments. We are looking for an intern who is detail oriented, organized and analytical to help develop and maintain processes, tools and capabilities that contribute positively to the Total Customer Experience initiative. Deliverables include but are not limited to:
Total Customer Experience survey development and deployment
Net Promoter Score reporting and data analysis
Project timeline and communication packages
Present findings and actions to management and executives
The intern will learn to apply their analytical and problem solving skills in a business setting, and to collaborate, partner, liaise and develop relationships with subject matter experts and cross-functional teams within Corporate Quality and across Seagate. Excellent communications, innovation, teamwork and results driven mentality are the foundations of this role.
Interns typically work Monday thru Friday 8am to 5pm. The hours are subject to change with or without notice at the sole discretion of Seagate.
Enrolled in a university as an undergrad and will return to school fall 2018.
Pursuing a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering or Business Administration (with a marketing/data analytics concentration) or related discipline.
Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Data analytics and management software experience/coursework such R, SQL, Tableau, etc. a plus.
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at all levels.
Ability to prioritize and work on multiple tasks.
Job Family: Support
Seagate Technology is committed to equal opportunity in employment and welcomes applications from all sections of the community, irrespective of sex, marital status, religious affiliation, age, disability, veteran status, or ethnic origin