Talent Acquisition Intern

internship - part time, paid

State Indiana
Indianapolis, IN
Closed
Posted 38 Days ago
State Indiana
Indianapolis, IN
internship - part time, paid
Posted 38 Days ago
Closed

Description

Talent Acquisition Intern State of Indiana - Indianapolis, IN3.5 Part-timeEstimated: $41,000 - $55,000 a year Save Skills * Succession Planning Benefits * Employee Discount * Flexible Schedule Work for Indiana Grow your career with the State of Indiana! With more than 50 executive branch agencies, the State of Indiana is a diverse workforce offering employees stimulating and challenging projects across a broad scope of career opportunities. As a State of Indiana employee, you impact the well-being of Indianas communities every day. Indiana State Personnel Department As an agency operating a shared services model with embedded HR teams, its up to us to provide all executive branch agencies with top-notch HR solutions. As a full service HR provider, Indiana State Personnel Department (INSPD) has opportunities in every discipline along each step of your career path. Summary/Objective: INSPD is currently seeking a Talent Acquisition Intern for the Fall semester. The Fall intern will be working primarily with the Talent Acquisition team in INSPD with the opportunity to shadow and learn about additional disciplines such as Compensation, Benefits, Employee Relations, and Employee Engagement/Training. INSPD offers flexible hours to accommodate for school work during the Fall internship opportunity. Even though this is an unpaid internship this opportunity is structured to provide college students with real-world work experience in a professional environment within their chosen degree program to enhance marketability upon graduation. Essential Job Responsibilities: The Intern will primarily work on tasks and projects with the Talent Acquisition team in INSPD with the opportunity to job shadow additional human resource specialist areas. The intern will have access to learning opportunities through Lunch & Learns, attending events, and through job shadowing. Examples of past intern tasks & projects include the following: Responsible for creating a recruitment plan for the next round of interns Opportunity to learn about and participate in the interview process through phone and in person interviews Intern blog and assistance with social media as it pertains to Talent Acquisition Niche Sourcing Techniques Research how other states and companies recruit specific hard-to-fill and contact organizations that can supply interested candidates Assist with applicant screening, background checks, offer letters, and agency questions regarding the employment process Devise, present and implement a tracking system for Family Medical Leave and Workers Compensation Research and present employee Well-Being Programs Succession Planning Assist with behind-the-scenes preparation for Performance Management Expectation: This is an unpaid internship with the possibility to receive school credit depending on university policy. The applicant should be available to work part time (minimum of 15 hours) during the fall semester during standard business hours. Applicant should be currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate with an accredited post-secondary institution and have completed at least one (1) year of undergraduate education. The ideal candidate for this internship will be a student majoring in Human Resources, Business Management, Organizational Development/Leadership, or a related area. Benefits Possibility to receive school credit Free 24/7 parking Professional development opportunities Gain hands on experience in State Government Flexible scheduling Access to State of Indiana employee discounts Equal Employment Opportunity: The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer Save

Skills

recruiting, human resources, talent acquisition, interviewing, microsoft word, training, employee relations, social media, sourcing, performance management, employee engagement, organizational development, screening, succession planning, background checks

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