Student Trainee (Program Analyst)

Lakewood, CO
United States

Experience Required
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Job Description
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    This is a Student Internship position under the Pathways Internship Program.

    To qualify for this Internship, you MUST be a continuing student enrolled or accepted for enrollment for the current/upcoming semesters for the duration of the internship as a condition of employment, taking at least a half-time course load. You will be required to provide documentation to support eligibility. Students may be employed throughout the academic year.

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    The Pathways Intern, Student Trainee (Program Analyst) works in the Center for Local Aid Support. The Center manages transportation technology transfer activities and introduces new and innovative ideas, practices, and approaches through education and support. The student will assist higher-level staff with support in the coordination, facilitation, and implementation of the operations in the Center. This position will provide students an opportunity to be exposed to the challenges facing the transportation industry today and to participate in deployment and capacity-building activities.

    As a Student Trainee (Program Analyst) , you will:

    • Assist in the development of documents, such as correspondence, memoranda, research-based papers, reports, justifications, forms, briefings, logs, graphs, charts, and other data to be used by transportation officials in defining transportation challenges and recommending options and potential solutions.
    • Perform a variety of program support functions, such as inputting, assigning, maintaining, monitoring, or updating work status and records as well as administering and performing other support activities.
    • Collect, analyze, organize, and maintain program and/or functional documentation and materials.
    • Participate in conducting internal studies regarding methods, policies, and procedures utilized within the organization.
    • Use stand-alone computer systems equipped with electronic mail, calendar, graphics, spreadsheets, word processing programs and database management systems.
    • Use database programs to input data and perform computations for reports and other documents.
    • Assist higher graded analysts in drafting written reports and summarizing results of more complex and controversial management findings, projects, and studies.
    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential