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Human Resource Operations Intern

Job Description

Are you a career driven student looking to take your first step into the world of Human Resources? Cvent, the leading online event registration and eMarketing software company, is seeking a part-time Human Resource Intern to support our growing Human Resources team starting this spring 2019. Like a full time Human Resource Coordinator, candidates must be able to display exemplary organization, take initiative to assist their team, and be willing to contribute new ideas to already established processes. Start your career on the right foot by joining a fortune 500 company that will foster and build upon your career goals!

This is a paid internship, and we will complete any required documentation or paperwork to earn internship credit for school. The ideal candidate will be able to work for 20 - 25 hours per week through the school year.

Position Duties

  • Assists with new hire onboarding process (I-9, account creation, background checks, logistics, etc)
  • Provide support for employee communications related to compliance and onboarding
  • Supports HR staff with various HR tasks and projects including data entry and data research
  • Updates HRIS with employee changes/data entry as needed
  • Makes photocopies, scans, and performs other clerical functions, ensuring the confidentiality of sensitive employee information
  • Run HR errands, as needed
  • Help coordinate the planning and logistics of corporate wellness events at all offices
  • Perform other office duties as needed
Skills & Requirements

Candidate Requirements

  • College Senior
  • Full time student with flexible class schedule
  • The ideal candidate will be able to work for 20 - 25 hours per week through the school year
  • Long term career interest in HR is preferred
  • Capable of using MS Office including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to drive or commute to office
  • Prior office experience preferred, but not required

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