Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Intern/Co-op
Posted:
2/13/2020
Job Category:
Education
Diversity Intern
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Shelter Insurance | Saint Louis, MO
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Job Description

A company built to serve you. It's your career, Shelter it!

This is a part time position that will be approximately 20 hours per week between the hours of 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday -Friday. This Internship is part time during the school year and full time over the summer. Involvement in various department functions and activities for the purpose of learning Shelter-specific policies, procedures, and methods of conducting business. Exposure to many facets of department activities including, but not limited to, traveling to visit branch office(s) or agent office(s), job shadowing with department members, attending department meetings or applicable corporate training classes, and performing assigned job duties. Assists department with regular work and may be assigned to special projects as appropriate. Must be a full time student and an ethnic minority to qualify for the position.

Starting salary: $13.29 per hour

If interested, please apply by:

03/30/2020

Essential Duties

* Attends department meetings and/or assists with special projects as appropriate.
* Assists co-workers with work as assigned, and fills in for absent co-workers.
* Attends classes in Shelter's Training Center or takes courses online through Shelter's Training and Education Portal as applicable to job duties and Diversity Program goals.
* Work with other Diversity Interns to create current Diversity Program promotional brochure and on other various project work as requested by program coordinators.
* Performs other duties and prepares special reports as requested by the supervisor.
* Must be able to operate keyboard and calculator with speed and accuracy, as well as fax, copier, and other office machines.
* Assists with routine department duties, which may include answering phones, sorting and delivering mail, filing and recordkeeping, and data entry.

Skills

* Basic math and keyboarding skills.
* Good communication and organizational skills.
* Good personal computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office products such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and Lotus Notes.

Training

* Must meet Diversity Internship Program requirements and have reached an education level of full-time college sophomore or junior.

Responsibilities/Principal Accountabilities

* Works under general supervision of the supervisor.
* Accountable for performing assigned work accurately, efficiently and in accordance with established company policies and department procedures.
* Handles sensitive or confidential information appropriately.
* Along with working part time during the school year, must be available for employment full time from June through August, and be able to coordinate schedule with school ending, Shelter job needs and start dates.
* Ability to maintain work schedule and work well with others in an office or field environment.

About Shelter Insurance

Shelter's Diversity Internship Program, founded in 1988, was created to introduce additional diversity into the workforce. By doing so, Shelter has been better able to identify and service the needs of our many policyholders. In addition, the program allows exceptional minority college students to sample the inner workings of a multifaceted corporation. The Diversity Internship Program has seen great success throughout its life. Each year's class is comprised of extraordinary students from a wide range of academic backgrounds: accounting, electrical engineering, economics, business administration, communications, education, and music, to name a few. Shelter hires only the best and brightest students to join the Diversity Internship Program. Admittance to the program is based on test results, field of study and a personal interview. Students must not only be a minority, they must have also reached full-time sophomore standing or above and be available from May to August. As a result of the detailed screening process, a high degree of professionalism and excellence is expected of interns. The program provides opportunities in marketing or claims branches throughout our 14 operating states, or in one of 20 departments at the Home Office. Upon graduation from college, interns may apply for full or part-time positions. Benefits of being a Shelter intern include generous compensation, on-the-job training, regional placement and an applicable introduction to the insurance industry. Perhaps the best benefit of all is the positive work environment created by Shelter employees. For information about Shelter's Diversity Internship Program, or if you know someone interested in applying, please contact Stacye Smith at 573-214-4589. Job candidates must complete a Shelter application for employment (click here for the form in Word format) and have it delivered to Shelter Benefits Management Incorporated. "I've learned how to become more efficient in my daily duties, gotten better at multi-tasking and have learned the importance of getting things done on time."