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Posted:
11/30/2019
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Education
Summer 2020 Learning & Development Intern
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Dairy Farmers of America | Kansas City, KS
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Job Description

Primary Duties / Responsibilities:

* Conduct maintenance on existing courses within Storyline or Articulate tools
* Develop course materials in support of current development projects
* Provide Learning Management System support in the Cornerstone platform
* Design and develop SCORM courses, Webinar courses, and instructor-led materials
* Collaborate with DairyU team and business units on existing or new projects
* Manage projects to ensure delivery is on time and accurate information is delivered

The qualified candidate will have completed their junior year of college at a minimum, or will be pursuing a masters degree, with a focus in Curriculum and Instructional Design; Organizational Development; Human Resource Management or related field.

EEO/AA/Female/Minority/Disabled/Veteran

About Dairy Farmers of America

Dairy Farmers of America, Inc., headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, is the largest dairy co-operative in the United States and the largest marketer of fluid milk in the world. During 2002, DFA marketed 47.8 billion pounds of milk, constituting 28.2% of total US milk production. In addition the company operates 27 manufacturing plants that produce a wide range of dairy products. 2002 sales amounted to $6.4 billion. Select Milk Producers Inc. was formed in 1994 by a group of large dairy producers in New Mexico. The majority of members are located in the New Mexico / West Texas region, which is the fastest growing milk producing region in the USA. The group supplies a range of America's leading food manufacturers with quality fluid milk, both natural and concentrated, for further processing. In 2002 Select sold 3 billion pounds of milk with a value of $400 million.