Posting Dates: 09/05/2018 - 10/05/2018
Job Family: Human Resources
Department: Family History Department
The mission of this position is to help Church members fulfill their divinely appointed responsibility to discover their families through family history methods, submit their names to the temple for saving ordinances, and to help bring souls unto Christ.
This position is primarily for educational or religious purposes and should be used for providing valuable educational experiences for the Intern. It is to give the Intern an opportunity to see how principles and practices learned in their educational institutions are applied in actual work setting. Under general supervision, the Intern performs work as assigned by the department.
This position is one of many focal points for all written and audiovisual training materials for the geographical areas of the church. The incumbent will be partially accountable with supervision to ensure product reliability in instructional content, style, clarity and usability. Products of this section are used worldwide by members, Church Service Missionaries and those serving in Family History callings with diverse skills and in varying cultural environments.
Responsibilities may very by assignment depending on department and need. The Intern receives assignments from managing staff. The Manager reviews the Intern's work and reviews each assignment as it is completed. The Intern is expected to meet rigid and challenging deadlines, work in harmony with other people, take direction on each assignment, and give full attention to detail. Independence in working, tact, and diplomacy are required. Sound judgment of Church doctrine, history, organization, policy and protocol are also expected.
Interested in Family History work
Experience with familysearch.com
Will help develop instructional processes and procedures for systems, Family History tools, soft skills and Outreach initiatives.
Ability to prioritize responsibilities and recognize when it's appropriate to multitask or focus on one particular project at a time.
Helps to ensure timely support of department of short and long-range projects by adhering to project tracking methods
Willing to developing professional skills by accepting other opportunities for growth in technical and leadership areas.
Good communication skills, express ideas clearly and efficient in following directions
Professional and confident with some experience or desire in instructional design, adult learning theory or writing skills. (Preferred but not necessary).
Other assignments and projects as directed.
Paid Interns are qualified while enrolled in an educational institution and for one year following graduation.
Must be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and currently temple worthy.
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