The Employee Engagement team works to understand and improve how staff navigate and experience their journey with CRS. The team manages recognition programs, oversees staff onboarding & staff care, celebrates our values and mission, and sponsors meaning events for staff.
The Employee Engagement intern will support the Employee Engagement by focusing on the following activities:
- Knowledge management (gathering, compiling, managing and sharing relevant information and technical resources; media support and communication); with a focus on on-boarding, staff care, alumni relations and community engagement.
- Support for the development, implementation and roll-out of staff care resources
- Support the development and use of tools to collect, analyze and present data about the employee experience and navigation
- Special event planning and technical support for meaningful employee engagement events
· Design and enhance informative on-boarding materials for new staff
· Research and help develop staff care resources
· Research, design and develop interactive communications with CRS Alumni through social media
· Design flyers, one-pagers and other visuals that support CRS' Employee Engagement Events
· Provide organizational support in various Human Resources projects
· Provide input into event plans, such as suggesting ways of leveraging events to build community
· Use employee survey data to prepare employee engagement reports for each team in the Agency
· Provide logistical support for staff events and event planning, such as our service awards and recognition events
Key Working Relationships:
Employee Engagement Team, HR Department, CRS Staff, CRS Alumni, External vendors
Skill Set Required
Agency Wide Competencies:
These are rooted in the mission, values, and guiding principles of CRS and used by each staff member to fulfill his or her responsibilities and achieve the desired results.
- Continuous Improvement & Innovation
- Builds Relationships
- Develops Talent
- Strategic Mindset
- Accountability & Stewardship
Current undergraduate or graduate student in human resources, non-profit management, social work, media, marketing, and/or communications, or with meaningful relevant experience from a previous job or internship
· Strong written and verbal communicator who can also ask insightful questions
· Excellent research, analysis and writing skills
· Demonstrated ability to work independently when provided with clear directions.
· Strong computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher and web page design (e.g. SharePoint).
· Proven ability to provide, receive and act upon constructive feedback
· Ability to work with and adapt to all levels in the organization, both face-to-face and virtual
· Graphic design experience using Microsoft or Adobe products
· Social media marketing a plus
· Spanish, French & Arabic speakers, encouraged to apply
Physical Requirements/Environment: Office environment, occasional setting up for events and meetings
Disclaimer Clause: This job description is not an exhaustive list of the skill, effort, duties, and responsibilities associated with the position.
NOTE: All interested applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. at the time of application.
Preferred Areas of Study/Major(s)
marketing, communications, social work
Spring (Feb - May)
Hours per week:
20 or more hours
Yes, $11/hour stipend, minimum wage salary
U.S. Citizen/U.S. National, Permanent U.S. Resident
December 20, 2019
Resume, Cover Letter
To be considered, please upload your cover letter along with your resume to complete your application. For your convenience you can to www.crs.org/about/careers. Go to "current openings" and then type in "intern" into the what box and hit the "search for jobs" box.