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Intern - Information Technology Senior Analyst

Company Name:
Alcoa Inc.
# Position Description
This position will work alone or as part of a team to develop, implement, evaluate, procure, and/or support computer systems and information solutions that meet the needs of the customer and add the most value to the company. This is to be accomplished by utilizing technically sound methods of investigation, analysis, design, planning and scheduling. This position will also establish and maintain a high level of customer interaction in order to identify and recommend computer and business solutions to effectively and efficiently satisfy the data processing and information requirements of the business. Finally. this role will facilitate in developing a thorough understanding of the business process or technologies in area(s) of assignment; participate in, and learn how to perform the analysis of the customer''s processes to identify gaps and opportunities for improvement.
OTHER: Some ATC products and technical information are subject to U.S. export control laws. You may be required to submit information regarding work authorization status to enable ATC to comply with those laws.
# Basic Qualifications
Strong written and oral communications.
Student of Information Science, Computer Science or Management Information Systems (from the Business School).
Technical abillities in either a computer language or in the development process or in the technical area of systems administration, database administration or network engineering.
Title: Intern - Information Technology Senior Analyst
Requisition Number: 12735BR
Job Function: Intern
Business Unit Group: Alcoa Technical Center
Location: PA-Alcoa Center
Job Status: Full-Time
Relocation Eligible: No
Minimum Education Required: High School or GED
Minimum Years of Experience: Entry Level
Minimum Travel Required: None

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