E-Commerce IT Intern

Starting your career can be very stressful, particularly when you're just starting out and you don't know what your options are. Starting as an E-Commerce IT intern at Hara Partners can be a very beneficial growing point in which you'll learn some hands-on tech stuff that will give you the skills to add value you to our organization... But of course, if you stay on with us, we'll be more than happy to continue a very rewarding relationship which will benefit our company, and those non-tech-savvy people that we serve.
Finding the right people to work with is a challenge in life that must be mutually beneficial for employer and employee. At Hara Partners, we believe your life goals are clear indicators of how to integrate your skill sets into our company. Only then can we truly channel our collective energy with our E-Commerce IT Interns to produce outstanding work for our clients.

E-Commerce IT Interns acquire substantial hands-on experience working for our technically advanced organization. You’ll learn directly from our team of professionals, leveraging our cutting-edge systems, tools, and products to deliver next-level solutions through traditional and alternative approaches. The position involves exacting attention to detail, dedication to established procedures, teamwork mentality, and a passion for first-rate E-Commerce IT solutions.

Who We Are Looking For in an E-Commerce IT Intern

Going in, you should have a solid grasp of the principles and concepts of computer networking and Internet technology, including in-depth experience with Linux and Microsoft Windows XP Professional (and later) operating systems. You should be comfortable with the Microsoft Office suite as well. You’ll need to produce written documentation and perform technical evaluations with confidence.

What You'll Do

The selected E-Commerce IT Interns will be involved in the following activities:

  1. Setup and configuration of Linux web servers and desktop computers in support of IT Desktop Management projects
  2. Server load testing and optimization
  3. Troubleshoot and research solutions to resolve hardware/software bottlenecks, desktop operating system issues, and application software problems
  4. Install and adjust computer equipment
 
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