IT, Information Technology Internship (Multifamily Housing Industry) (Summer 2019)


Summer 2019 Paid IT (Information Technology) Internship Opportunity! (May August negotiable)
Why be part of any summer internship when you can be part of a group that fosters career growth and opportunity? At Monarch, opportunity isn t just knocking, it s breaking down the door and giving you the keys to real success, with an amazing career path that will lead to professional and personal growth.

The paid IT Intern will act as an assistant to Monarch's IT departments head and be part of all IT efforts nationwide. They will have a focus on the IT Help desk for Monarch.

This internship is located at our home office, 2195 N. HWY 83, Franktown, CO and will need to office out of this location.

This is a paid internship, $12-$14 hourly. Some housing assistance may be available for the right applicant.

Monarch operates unlike other real estate investment groups, which is why we beat industry standards in everything we do. Monarch is among the top 25 multifamily owners in the country. We are an exciting group of private individuals who operate over 49,000 apartments, within 180 communities nationwide and named a 2017 Top Workplace by the Denver Post. We do everything possible in-house, including property acquisition, asset management, property management, maintenance, accounting, marketing, training, legal, IT, recruiting and we even have capital project crews such as parking lot seal coating, roof crews and major exterior painting crews! If this sounds like the perfect opportunity for you, please submit your resume, class curriculum vitae and cover letter by applying online at
www. mimginvestment. com/Careers. aspx
. Applicants
be working towards a related degree or have recently graduated with a related degree in IT, Information Technology to be considered. For further questions, please contact us at
careers@monarchinvestment. com

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