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Duties and Responsibilities
Students are employees hired for a pre-professional/professional assignment while enrolled at a university/educational institution or just after completion of qualification and work for IBM as a required part of their academic program or work during vacation, breaks, and/or holiday periods or as a placement year, for example, co-ops and interns. The employee learns to perform tasks/processes. Skills:
Receives information. Seeks and exchanges ideas, and concepts. Requires basic knowledge of language and math.
Learn to use specialized tools, techniques, procedures and processes. Refers problems to appropriate person.
Learn to work within well-established procedures and schedule that deal with daily routine work. All work is reviewed.
Impact on Business/Scope:
Accountable for individual results. Work output has immediate affects on work-team or department results