We are currently looking for a driven, enthusiastic and friendly student as intern. As intern at our company, you will support our customer service department. If you are a team player and willing to contribute and learn, then please continue reading this text. The internship period varies and will be defined between you and your internship supervisor. You will get the chance to gain practical experience in freight forwarding (logistics) which is an essential element in doing business internationally. This requires the ability of multitasking, being flexible and working in a multicultural environment. During the internship, you will be guided through the whole process and gain experience in multiple disciplines, e.g. customs and finance. As intern, we expect you to have a hands-on mentality where you actually can support our team with day-to-day tasks and are willing to learn new things.
- Good guidance during the internship
- Chance to gain experience in logistics
- A team with young professionals
- Exciting daily changing tasks
- A high level of responsibility
- A nice and modern workplace
- Monthly remuneration in consultation
Source: United States Navy Pacific Fleet Press Release/Statement:
Headline: Essex Amphibious Ready Group, 15th MEU Depart 5th Fleet
INDIAN OCEAN The Essex Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) and the embarked 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) departed the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations (AOO) Nov. 1.
While on station in the U.S. 5th Fleet AOO, the ARG and MEU supported theater security cooperation efforts and provided a forward naval presence with crisis response, humanitarian assistance and combat capabilities. Additionally, MEU and ARG elements engaged in many operations and exercises, including bi-lateral training with the French military in Djibouti, and training with Jordanian marines. The ARG/MEU team also conducted more than a dozen subject matter expert exchanges with partner nations throughout the region.
Beginning in mid-August, AV-8B Harriers assigned to the MEU s aviation combat element launched from Essex s flight deck as part of the multinational coalition participating in Operation Inherent Resolve. The missions continued until mid-October when Essex began preparations to depart the theater.
The Essex ARG and 15th MEU deployed from San Diego, May 11 on a scheduled deployment.
The Essex ARG, commanded by Capt. Clint Carroll, includes the multipurpose amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2), the amphibious transport dock USS Anchorage (LPD 23) and the amphibious dock landing ship USS Rushmore (LSD 47), as well as various supporting elements from Assault Craft Unit (ACU) 5, Beachmaster Unit (BMU) 1, Fleet Surgical Team (FST) 1, Tactical Air Control Squadron (TACRON) 11 and Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21.
During the Essex Amphibious Ready Group s time in the 5th Fleet area of operations, real-world issues and the resultant mission tasking drove the schedule, said Carroll. The ARG s success in the region speaks to the inherent adaptability, versatility and mobility of the ARG-MEU construct and to the Sailors and Marines who routinely performed no-fail missions with eye-watering precision in one of the world s most unforgiving environments.
The 15th MEU, commanded by Col. Vance Cryer, is comprised of the aviation combat element, Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron (VMM) 161 (Reinforced); the ground combat element, Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines; the logistics combat element, Combat Logistics Battalion and a command element.
While deployed to 5th Fleet, the MEU was employed throughout and beyond the theater, engaging and supporting regional partners, providing operational support to vital missions, and maintaining readiness and tactical proficiency, said Cryer. The MEU showed flexibility and responsiveness operating across combatant command boundaries providing joint enabling force capabilities to the Fleet commanders, clearly demonstrating the value of forward-deployed amphibious forces for regional security.
With the 5th Fleet behind them, the nearly 4,500 Sailors and Marines of the Essex ARG and 15th MEU enters the U.S. 7th Fleet AOO to continue operations there before completing their scheduled seven-month deployment.
Ref: : JSSOLARCH003 (Empiric Solutions) Location : Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom – United Kingdom Rate : N/A (Permanent) I have a new opportunity to work for a major logistic firm. My client is seeking an highly experienced Mobile Solutions architect to work on varied programmes utilizing a variety of technologies with a multitude of other disciplines. You will be expected to take complex business problems and be able to translate them into IS/IT deliverables that can be understood by technical and non-technical staff, suppliers and customers.
You will be instrumental in ensuring that IIT investment is implemented in a form that can be easily maintained, operated and managed over a period of years. You will offer all these skills in the exploitation of Mobile technologies particularly with regards to hand held devices and PDAs. Key responsibilities: The Mobile Solution Architect will be responsible for producing mobile logical architectures across all technology tiers for bespoke and COTS based programmes.
Develop Mobile technology specifications and leverage existing technologies to ensure new technology solutions are designed for optimal business use. Applying architectural and engineering concepts to design solutions that meet business requirements, considering scalability, maintainability, security, reliability, flexibility, availability and manageability. Help Identify the Mobile technologies to employ and take responsibility for the assurance and governance of supplier solutions.
Responsible for defining complex technical requirements for inclusion in procurements Work with standard architecture life cycles and frameworks Key skills/Experience: Must have logistics experience Demonstrable experience of handhelds implementation (software; network and hardware) Data Migration and MDM experience Ability to see the strategic view whilst at the same time adopting pragmatic approaches to delivery. Responsible for assuring the design of Information Systems Identification and design of architectural improvement opportunities. Demonstrable experience of data capture in a mobile/handheld environment.
Security experience when applied to a mobile environment.
Experience of design in both Microsoft and Java stack For more information please apply now
Mobile Solutions architect