Frost & Sullivan is hiring Computer Science Interns!

Frost & Sullivan is hiring Computer Science Interns!

About Company: Frost & Sullivan is an American business consulting firm. It offers market research and analysis, growth strategy consulting, and corporate training. It has about 45 offices in the Americas, Africa, Asia and Europe; the principal office is in Santa Clara, California

Company Name: Frost & Sullivan

Work Location: Tamil Nadu

Job Profile: Computer Science Internship

Job Type: Internship

Experience Required: Freshers

Responsibilities of the Intern:

  • Perform comprehensive secondary research and continually track technology and product development trends in the Energy space, and analyze and help predict technology/ market trend
  • Keep pace with technology developments, funding, partnerships, R&D focus areas, stakeholders in the tech innovation ecosystem
  • Identify and evaluate industry best practices in technology

Requirements:

  • Pursuing Bachelors in Engineering with majors in Computer Science/ Electronics/ Technology (IT)
  • Should be proficient in gathering relevant data necessary for research within the energy domain
  • Should be adept at identifying key issues in the industry and should be adept at developing compelling content on how technologies are being utilized to address these key issues
  • Should be an organized team player with a good sense of prioritization of time and multiple tasks
  • Should ensure timely delivery of reports/ analysis
  • Excellent oral & written communication skills

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