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Learning and Organizational Development Intern at Nebraska Department of Transportation

Thu, April 29, 2021 4:24 PM | Anonymous

To apply, visit the State of Nebraska career site.

Salary: $14.06 Hourly

Location: Lincoln, NE


Department of Transportation

Job Number: 60014971

Closing: 5/6/2021 11:59 PM Central


Who are you? You are a graduate student looking for practical experience that will make you more marketable. You want to take what you’ve learned and see how it applies in an actual organization. But not just any organization, one that is doing something meaningful in the world! You are conscientious, detail-oriented and have a knack for communicating complex concepts clearly and succinctly. Plus you take initiative and work well independently and as part of a team. You want to learn from experienced learning and organizational development professional, while also bringing new concepts, research and tools to the team's this you? Great – we want to meet you!

Examples of Work

What will you be doing? Long story short, you will support learning and organizational development (OD) projects that support the strategic priorities of the agency. These projects will be in the areas of organization analysis and design, change management, talent management (performance management and succession planning) and leadership development. You will work on project teams with business leaders, OD and HRBP professionals as well as partner with other HR professionals.

Qualifications / Requirements

REQUIREMENTS: Must be a three-fourths student in good standing majoring in a discipline or field related to the work to be assigned.

PREFERRED: Undergraduate degree with some coursework in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, or similar required.

OTHER: Applicants must be at least a three fourths time student majoring in a related field and be able to work at least 12 hours a week when classes are in session, 16 hours a week preferred. Temporary full-time employment may be available during scheduled school breaks. Employment up to 2080 hours or four years, whichever comes first. If employed to 2080 hours, student must take a 30-day break before returning to work. Willingness and ability to travel as needed. Valid driver's license or ability to provide independent authorized transportation. Regular and reliable attendance.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Experience gathering quantitative and qualitative data, analyzing data and synthesizing results into briefings and reports with recommendations; Ability to build effective relationships across organizational levels through professionalism, strong work ethic and high quality outputs; Ability to communicate clearly in verbal and written form; Ability to prioritize, organize and manage multiple projects; Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office applications

NDOT encourages applicants of all ages and experience.

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