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OUR INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
UCB Internship Program is designed to expose graduate/nongraduate college students to business management and processes as well as current practices in the Environmental Industry. Interns are expected to learn every aspect of our daily routines and procedures. By evolving in the headquarters of UCB, interns have the opportunity to interact and work directly with the UCB CEO, executives, and team members.
The intern position at UsedCardboardBoxes & UCBZeroWaste will assist with general office and Human Resources. We are looking for an HR Intern to perform various administrative tasks and support our HR department’s daily activities. HR Intern's responsibilities include updating our employee records with new hire information, screening resumes, and scheduling interviews. Ultimately, this position will assist in organizing and coordinating our HR policies and procedures. The Intern will be expected to learn the policies and procedures of UCB and adhere to those.
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Required graduation year
2013 - 2027
Number of positions available
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UsedCardboardBoxes & UCBZeroWaste has not provided an expected interview date. If UsedCardboardBoxes & UCBZeroWaste chooses not to move forward with your application, they will notify you.
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