Berkley Technology Services (BTS) is a dynamic company committed to providing world class IT services. We offer a unique culture, enabling our team members to be on the cutting edge of technology while delivering high quality solutions. We are looking for outstanding individuals who will bring unique perspectives, insight and innovation to our teams. BTS, a member company of W. R. Berkley Corporation, has facilities located in Des Moines, Iowa and Wilmington, Delaware. Our functions include working with various third parties to develop, integrate, and support insurance systems of WRBC's operating units. BTS strives to provide these functions in a holistic manner including helpdesk support, system connectivity, and operational support. Additional responsibilities include coordinating communications regarding best practices in the use of our supported systems and researching new technology.
At BTS, there are opportunities associated with being a part of an established and empowering corporation while maintaining a positive personal working environment. Additionally, we provide a competitive compensation and benefits package including a casual dress code. BTS is constantly growing and expanding to meet the changing demands of one of the most successful insurance organizations in the world. Visit us at berkley-bts.com to learn more information.
As an Intern our Berkley Technology Services (BTS) Collaboration Technologies team, you’ll gain exposure to a suite of cloud technologies that spans Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint, Teams, One Drive, and more. You’ll partner with a team of engineers with expertise across each of these verticals to directly support those systems, learning the technologies themselves and the dependencies that need to be considered in order to ensure a healthy IT platform. You’ll also engage directly with end-users, considering their needs along with those of the business to suggest and support opportunities to improve business processes that drive our bottom line.
Some of your key projects could include:
*Per the CDC, fully vaccinated means at least 2 weeks after (1) a second dose in a 2-dose series, or (2) a single-dose vaccine, and this status and definition applies to COVID-19 vaccines currently authorized for emergency use or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.