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The Centers for Families and Children
4500 Euclid Avenue
DescriptionUnder the supervision of the HR Managers, Recruitment and Retention this position is responsible for providing support in Human Resources. The intern will assist the HR department in several key areas including but not limited to recruiting, employee relations, compensation and benefits. May include research of other organizations or recognized HR bodies of knowledge (i.e. SHRM, etc). This position is non-paid.
•Increase knowledge of human resources and nonprofit management
•Work with experienced professionals
•Network with dedicated difference-makers
•Learn leadership skills to advance your career
Responsibilities•Participate in HR record keeping review and updates
•Organize and update job descriptions for a variety of positions within The Centers
•Assist in coordinating training programs, company meetings and functions, etc
•Maintain special reports and Human Resources information files (electronic and hard copy).
•May conduct references, phone screens, and interviews under the direction of the HR Manager, Recruiting and Retention
•Assist in special projects and other assignments as required
•Assist with filing, copying and clerical work as needed
Requirements• Junior, or Senior status in an undergraduate program or Master's level majoring in Human Resources, Psychology or related field.
•Must be able to handle highly confidential and sensitive information.
•Must have experience using the Internet and Microsoft Office. Proficiency in Word, Outlook, and Excel is critical.
•Must have proven ability to work independently in an organized, time-efficient, results-oriented manner.
•Must be able to work effectively and professionally with diverse groups and all levels of staff within the organization
•Must have the ability to manage multiple priorities with frequent time constraints.
•Excellent interpersonal skills and effective oral and written communication skills are required.
Training and Support
•THE CENTERS non-paid staff orientation (one time)
•Comprehensive training to use technology required in the project (ongoing)
•Support and on-the-job training from supervisor and the Volunteer Engagement Office (ongoing)
•Training opportunities including invitations to THE CENTERS trainings for all staff as appropriate (ongoing)
•Staff evaluation and recognition programs (ongoing)
15-20 hours per week, flexible with school schedule