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Human Resources Intern
at Young Life
Human Resources Intern
|Location:||Colorado Springs, CO|
This position’s primary focus is on assisting the Human Resources Department with the development and communication of key Human Resources initiatives. This individual must maintain confidentiality within all job duties.
- May be assigned to assist with or lead an independent HR project or initiative.
- Observe and assist various HR team members in their different functions of HR.
- Assist in the design, revision, approval and production of HR documents and processes.
- Assist in coordinating with the Communications department regarding HR content and communications.
- Work with HR team members to design and implement promotions for special HR programs and events.
- Update online HR content including gathering requirements, editing content, creating documentation for the site and other website related projects.
- Observe the requisition process by attending requisition reviews.
- Create, place and maintain employment openings in multi-media venues.
- Review resumes and applications for qualified candidates and attend interviews
- Implement the use of personality and skills testing for new hires, as appropriate.
- Some college, business school or equivalent work experience preferred.
- Office environment.
Qualifications Required for the Job:
- Must maintain confidentiality.
- Proven excellent communication skills both verbal and written (strong emphasis on grammar).
- Strong writing, editing and proofreading skills.
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Must be self-directed, comfortable in taking initiative.
- Proficient at working with all levels of management and staff with interpersonal savvy and diplomacy.
- Demonstrated proficiency in all aspects of Microsoft Office Suite (Access, Excel, Word and strong emphasis in PowerPoint).
- Must be a team player.
- Previous experience/involvement in Young Life preferred.
This description is not intended, and should not be construed, to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts or working conditions associated with this job. It is intended to be an accurate reflection of the principal job elements essential for making compensation decisions.