Wondering what you are going to do with all your free time over the summer? There really are only so many movies you can see… even Netflix will become a drag after 8 weeks… wait what am I saying? Seriously though… a casual job would be awesome right?
Summer internships are a great way to learn some new skills, build your networks for future opportunities, and of course the beloved cashola. Maybe you have a friend from uni that might be interested in this… be sure to share this link with them, when they get the job they can should you a drink to say thanks.
There is an opportunity with City Holdings Australia, for a People and Safety Internship within their Human Resources (HR) Department, Mulgrave Victoria.
City Holdings Australia service other companies like Coles supermarkets, Target, and the Coles distribution networks across Australia with over 650 people working within the company. They are currently in the process of implementing a new HR Information System that will track the lifecycle of a new employee from application phase through to their performance review. The system is called Peoplstreme, and they are looking for an intern to assist with the first phase of the implementation.
These kind of projects are exciting to be a part of. When a business is moving through a major change to system like this, there is an opportunity to learn so much and gain skills that will help you no matter what field you find yourself working within in the future.
About the Job:
Working in the People and Safety team of a national facilities management company, you will have the opportunity to interact with the team comprising of HR Operations, Communications, Safety and Learning. The best bit is the technology you will be exposed to – a Human Resource Information System and learn the manner in which a system is designed, mapped and implemented in a national business, gaining an understanding of data analysis, user interface and testing, supplier coordination and project planning and monitoring.
Your Task and Duties will include:
- Work with Project Manager to identify data to be converted
- Mapping of old data to new format
- Load data into Excel files
- Verify data
- Liaising with employees and managers to run test scripts
- Write test scripts
- Run reports and check
- Other things as required
So… probably work on your interview responses a little more, but other than you being awesome (which we know you are) here is what they are looking for in their intern:
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- Intermediate Excel skills
- Proven analysis skills
- Good data analysis ability
Initiative, Motivation and Enthusiasm
- Good interpersonal skills
- Professional manner and presentation
The internship is for 120 hours over 5-8 week period depending upon availability of person, which is an average of 20 hours per week during the hours of 9.00am to 5.00pm. Exact times and dates to be agreed by both parties as the student may be available to work more than the minimum during the summer semester break. Preferred candidate will be 2nd or 3rd year undergraduate student – HR (Double degree in Business Students, this is a great opportunity for you too).
Contract Type is Temporary, and the contract hours are casual.
Remuneration $22.00 per hour + 25% casual loading = $27.50ph
Commences 28/11/16 (negotiable)
Applications close on 11 Nov 2016
How to apply
If you are interested in this great opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter (don’t forget to address the things they are looking for in your letter) to Diane Micallef via email, firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, please contact Diane via email or on 03 9479 2518.
Good luck! Would love to know if you get the job 🙂 Happy SWOT Vac people. Don’t forget to sleep and eat.