Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Paid HR Internship for Master's Candidate with the Federal Reserve Board

Job ID #: 11257

The Federal Reserve Board is seeking a student intern to help support and manage several projects, research and administrative work in the Division of Banking Supervision & Regulation. This is a great opportunity for a graduate student with an academic focus on human resource process and business acumen. The selected individual will be a part of the Talent Administration team (TAO) and will complete assignments that pertain to all aspects of an embedded human resources team.
Duties Include:
     
  •   Broad practical operational HR support that includes: preparation of reports, data analysis, PeopleSoft data entry, supporting new employee orientation and onboarding, drafting communications, research of best practices, program improvement and evaluation.
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  •   Participate in special projects as assigned. May implement project recommendations

Requires:
     
  •   Strong verbal and written communication skills
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  •   Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail
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  •   Problem solving
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  •   Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
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  •   Demonstrated perspective, critical thinking and sound judgment
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  •   Diplomacy, tact and agility
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  •   Ability to develop rapport and credibility with a variety of stakeholders at the Board
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  •   Results-oriented
Additional Details:

     
  •   This is a paid internship with compensation dependent on years of college course work completed.
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  •   The time duration of the internship will be 6 months, with a potential of continued intern employment with superior performance.
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  •   The position is for 32 or 40 hours per week.
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  •   The location is in Washington, DC and metro-accessible. 
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  •   Employment in the Board's Student Programs is granted to U.S. citizens. Candidates are selected on the basis of scholastic achievement; a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0; recommendations; and completed coursework in relevant areas of study.