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Creative Communications Inter, Ref #90096 (ID: 105837) for Fall 2017

Agency/Facility

Office of Information Technology Services

Harriman Campus, Bldg. 5, 2nd floor
Albany , NY 12226

Division/Unit: Enterprise Business Solutions

 

Web Site: http://www.its.ny.gov(New Window)

 

Proposal Information

Description:

The Enterprise Business Solutions Cluster (Communications) is seeking to acquire a student intern to initiate, create, and execute engaging communications about EBS programs, projects and accomplishments. Communication deliverables will range from written communications (newsletters, presentations) to short video scripts. Experience with film (stage/video performance, video production, script writing) is preferred, but not required.

The successful candidate will have impeccable written and oral communication skills. They must be comfortable speaking with technology professionals and cluster leadership to obtain the information required to successfully tell the story of how technology was developed and the benefit it is bringing to agencies and/or citizens.

Under the supervision of the EBS Project Assistant for Communication and Organizational Change management, the successful candidate will work 15-20 hours per week, or more. Day and times are flexible, depending on projects. All work hours will need to be scheduled and completed within a typical business week (M-F, 8:30am-5:00pm).

 

Skills:

Excellent written & oral communication

Ability to gather precise information

Willing to learn and grow

Creative

Self-motivated

 

Internship Areas: Communications/Public Relations

Logistical Information

Payment? Paid

Number of Hours: 10 - 19

Location: Albany

Number of Interns Needed: 1

Desired Candidate Profile

Preferred Standing Senior

Minimum Standing: Sophomore

Degree Concentrations: Communication Studies, Counseling, Cultural Studies, Information Technology, Language Studies, Liberal Arts, Psychology/Psychiatry, Public Administration, Social Science, Visual/Performing Arts