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Human Resources Intern

Internship Responsibilities

Overview of position: Summary of position’s responsibilities

As a member of the Office of Human Resources, this position performs in a direct supporting role, assisting in multiple facets of human resources.  The primary task of this internship is the research, creation, and implementation of a succession planning system.  Additionally, the Human Resources Intern will provide support to Professional Development, Talent Acquisitions, Compensation & Classification, Benefits, Payroll, and other positions within the Human Resources Department.  The Human Resources Intern will be afforded many opportunities to be hands on with a variety of projects, both big and small.  Attention to detail and the ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment is essential.     

A Human Resources Intern is responsible for:

  • The research of, creation of, building a business case for, and implementation of a succession planning system.
  • Proper handling of confidential information
  • Creation and execution of professional development workshop(s)
  • Identifying novel outlets for advertising career opportunities
  • Participating in Job Fairs
  • Maintaining an organized file room
  • Assisting in job description creation
  • Assisting in social media campaigns
  • Sorting through personnel documents and creating archive files as determined by the State retention policy
  • Other duties as assigned

Skill Set Required

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A Junior or Senior level student actively pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management, Public Administration, Business Administration, or a related field;
  • Must be proficient with research and data analysis
  • Must be extremely proficient with MS Excel

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • A Graduate student pursuing an advanced degree in one of the aforementioned fields
  • 1+ years’ related work experience.
  • Experience in an institution of Higher Education.

Preferred Areas of Study/Major(s)

Human Resource Management, Public Administration, Business Administration

Internship Location

Baltimore, MD, MD

Details

Semester: Spring (Feb - May), Summer (Jun - Aug), Fall (Sep - Dec), Winter (Jan), Ongoing
Year: 2017
Hours per week: 20 or more hours
Workdays: Flexible
Pay: Yes, Commensurate with experience. salary

Application Requirements

Required Documentation: Resume, Cover Letter
Application Instructions

To apply, please follow this link - http://bccc.balancetrak.com/2017109 

Additional Information

The Office of Human Resources is dedicated to providing strategic partnerships with College leaders to attract, develop, and retain a qualified and diverse workforce that fosters an environment to support our students, mission, and vision. Services are provided in the areas of Recruitment/Talent Acquisition, Benefits, Classification and Compensation, Professional Development and Training, and Labor Relations.

Headquarters

2901 Liberty Heights Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21215

About Baltimore City Community College

Serving primarily the residents and the business community of Baltimore, Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) is a State-sponsored, urban, comprehensive, degree-granting community college with one main campus and satellite locations throughout the city. With its broad range of degree and certificate programs, affordable tuition, and extensive outreach, BCCC offers educational opportunities at all levels to the citizens of Baltimore City, the State of Maryland, and other countries. By attending BCCC, students receive the quality education and training necessary to obtain good jobs; transfer to four year institutions; upgrade skills; or, acquire new ones to be competitive in the global marketplace. 
 
BCCC also offers continuing education programs such as General Educational Development (GED) to students seeking a High School Diploma. In addition, the College offers English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction to students wanting to strengthen their language skills and Adult Basic Education (ABE) to those students wanting to gain literacy skills. The College's Business and Continuing Education Division (BCED) partners with local business and industry to offer cost effective, state-of-the-art contract and customized training; apprenticeships and other workforce development training; industry certifications; lifelong learning opportunities; and refugee assistance services. These programs contribute significantly to Baltimore's economic and workforce development initiatives.