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IT Project Internship at Alta Resources

61461 / IT Project Intern (year round)
Alta Resources

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The year round Project IT Internship position will assist the Project Management team members with all aspects of the project lifecycle. Such activities will include drafting and obtaining approval for scope change documents, design documents, change control forms and project closing documents. This position will also develop meeting agendas, distribute project communications to stakeholders and update risk registers. The Project IT Intern will continue to develop skills in the areas of Project, Resource, Task and Communication management. The Project IT Intern is responsible for developing an understanding of Project Management methodologies as well as other supporting tools for project planning purposes. Duties may span from simple project task management to ultimately management of small projects in the IT Project Portfolio.
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