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Internship in Cape Town/South Africa - gaining experience with MeinSchreibservice.de

10-12-2011 08:08 AM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

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Internship in Cape Town/South Africa - gaining experience with

Cape Town, 11 October 2011 – The South African Company of German origin will once again be offering Students internship opportunities at MeinSchreibservice.de in South Africa towards the end of 2011.

For this purpose the online Typing/Translation Office has created internships in various areas and results in a position is available in each of the following: Controlling, Online-Marketing and the IT department. The students have the opportunity to gain experience in these focal areas, expand their academic knowledge, while at the same time observing and gaining insight into the procedures of the company. One reason for this: there is always something to do and this provides interns with the chance to help staff with the daily operations or to tap into their creative side, for example by designing flyers. In this way MeinSchreibservice.de interns are guaranteed job diversity.
The company itself has a very broad service portfolio and offers Dictation, Proofreading, Editing, Data Capture, Coding, Copywriting, Voice-Over and Translation in every major language. MeinSchreibservice.de is one of the world’s largest online Typing offices with more than 300 freelancers from around the world. Other than that, the location, Cape Town offers a wide variety of entertainment, Sport and cultural options including nightlife to inspire the heart of every student. There is also the unbelievable countryside of course!

When asked, the current Controlling Intern Marcus Teschner, had this to say: “I am glad I chose to do my internship in the world’s most beautiful city, working with a young and dynamic team, and with the opportunity to contribute with my own ideas. I can only recommend it to any student”

MeinSchreibservice.de is a business unit of the firm Talentpool Solutions based in Cape Town, South Africa. The company specialises in administrative and staff rationalisation processes. MeinSchreibservice.de focuses on all sorts of large and manual data capture and adaption as well as transcriptions, translations, proofreading and editing. The company's clients are mainly based in Europe and South Africa, but also all over the world. Transactions are processed via the Internet.

Talentpool Solutions
Roeland Square Unit 14
Roeland Street
8001 Cape Town
South Africa
Tel: +49 531 2625182
Fax: +49 1801 33110023
Email: welcome@meinschreibservice.de

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