The Summer Intern engages on meaningful short-term projects that contribute to CoreLogic business objectives, as well as, foster the development of skills and capabilities that support the growth of the organization. This role will be positioned in the Washington DC office, five days a week, and focused on the public affairs efforts for the company.
- Interacts with key partners across CoreLogic for which we are a shared service in public affairs.
- Organizes and writes policy position papers on key issues important to CoreLogic
- Attends Capitol Hill hearings ,typically once per week and writing minutes
- Researches information around Government agencies as needed for potential business
- Attends meetings with outside stakeholders, partners, and taking notes for the team.
- Receives general supervision and guidance from more experienced team members.
- Follows department processes, procedures and client requirements; may make recommendations and/or implement improvements/ solutions.
- Utilizes tools to compile, query and analyze data according to defined business roles and procedures. May produce reports from various data sources (external and internal) to provide business stakeholders actionable information or business intelligence.
- Tracks project information, follows up on issue status, resolves routine issues,
reports status to management. Participates in Internship Program activities and events to include: onboarding, educational activities, information sessions, product demos and social events.
- Provides general administrative support as needed.
- Participates in special projects and perform other duties as required.
Education, Experience and Knowledge
- Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program pursuing a related degree at an
accredited 4-year college or university
- Minimum of one years of relevant coursework completed
- Minimum 3.0 cumulative collegiate grade point average, on a 4.0 scale or the equivalent
- Prior internship or co-op experience preferred
- Demonstrated leadership experience through participation in on-campus activities, educational forums and/or prior work experience
- College Student interested in Government policy, economics or business. Post college acceptable.
- Ability to learn and maintain knowledge of processes, procedures and products of Government Solutions and Government Affairs
- Ability to work within a cross-functional team and matrix management structure
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Strong customer service orientation; strong interpersonal abilities
- Solid analytical capability; ability to exercise sound judgment; strong decision making skills
- Strong attention to detail; high degree of quality orientation
- Strong organization and prioritization skills; ability to perform multiple tasks and meet deadlines in a fast-paced dynamic environment
- Ability to take direction from multiple people; ability to flex to the work styles of others
- Ability to be a collaborative team player in a fast paces/changing environment; self-motivated and directed
- Solid project management capabilities; strong business acumen; strong fiscal aptitude
- Strong technical aptitude. Proficiency in Microsoft Office software applications, such as Word, Excel, Access, Project and PowerPoint.