HR Training and Development Intern
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POST DATE 9/9/2016
END DATE 10/9/2016
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Lenovo's fundamental belief is that life rewards those who Never Stand Still. Every day, every employee at Lenovo is focused on moving forward, rejecting traditional limits, and always seeking a better way. Through our Entry Level Talent Program, Lenovo is developing career minded millennials to drive the next generation in technology. University students who have a passion for technology and an aptitude for success are encouraged to apply.
This position reports into the Global Operations Manager within the Data Center Sales Learning and Development Team. This team is chartered to deliver internal and channel business partner sales training programs to drive data center sales growth.
We are seeking collegiate intern(s) to help our Global Sales Learning and Development Teams on various projects to tackle our goals of enabling our Lenovo Business Partners and Lenovo internal sellers through creative an innovative training solutions. Candidates should have a passion for the IT industry and an interest in creating enablement tools to help professional salespeople sharpen their knowledge and skills.
Intern(s) will work on projects that may include: event planning, graphic design, project management, communications, instructional design, learning needs assessment, customer satisfaction and feedback, analytics and metrics, and other key pieces of our training and enablement initiatives. Upon completion of projects/assignments, intern(s) will have the opportunity to present their work back to leadership and executives.
*Multiple Positions Available*
Basic instructional design and/or graphic design and project management fundamentals required. Must be comfortable working in groups and sharing ideas to come up with creative solutions that you will present back to the team and executives.
- Currently pursuing or completed an undergraduate degree in Instructional Design, Training and Development, Graphic Design, Corp Education, or Adult and Continuing Ed
- Technology industry knowledge preferred
- Experience with adult learning theory and principles preferred
- Practical experience in instructional design and/or graphic design experience
- Experience with instructional design tools such as Adobe Creative Suite, Captivate, etc. a plus
- Demonstrated critical thinking and problem solving skills
- Demonstrated ability to influence and lead others at all levels within the team
- Excellent project planning, organizing and management skills
- Excellent verbal/ written communication skills are required
- Must be a results-driven, team player
- Excellent presentation skills
Lenovo, a member of the Fortune Global 500, is the fastest growing PC maker on the planet with growth outpacing our competition quarter after quarter. Lenovo recently completely two large and strategic acquisitions of Motorola Mobility to jump to the #3 largest smart phone maker in the world, and IBM X86 Server unit to become the #3 player world-wide in low to mid-range servers.
At $46B in global sales, in 160 countries, Lenovo is a collection of highly skilled and talented people doing what we do best: producing the very best in world-class products. From personal computers and tablets, to cell phones, applications and servers, everyone here at Lenovo is an integral part of the company, working together, across continents, cultures and innovations, all comprised in a friendly, fast-paced, work environment that focuses on one common goal: to be known as the best in what we do. We're looking to add fresh, talented individuals who are self-motivated and desire boundless opportunities, to join us. Come share in the discoveries that are forged from our shared achievements at Lenovo as we drive the next generation in technology.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.