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HR Graduate Intern (Year-Round), Operations & Resource Management

About the Team
The Division of Monetary Affairs (MA) supports the Federal Reserve’s deliberations, decisions, and communications regarding monetary policy and financial stability. MA’s Operations and Resource Management team (ORM) provides valued, practical, innovative, and equitable solutions for everyday operations. ORM’s services include people operations, program and project management, financial management, and communications.
About the Role
The ORM graduate internship is designed to help the candidate develop as a strategic human resources leader. The intern will support end-to-end people operations, including: 
•   Talent acquisition and onboarding
•   Learning and professional development
•   Performance management and promotions
•   Compensation, rewards, and recognition 
•   Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) initiatives
•   Workforce management, planning, and analytics
•   Process improvement
•   HR administration and data entry 
Qualifications - External

Our internship is ideal for a graduate student focusing on human resources, organizational development, leadership, or business administration, but we welcome applicants from any program. Prior experience is helpful, but if you don’t have experience, we’ll help you learn. We welcome remote applicants, though it would be great if you could join us on-site at our offices in Washington, DC at least once per week.

To apply, please upload a resume, cover letter, and an unofficial transcript. Candidates should be:
•   U.S. citizens
•   Currently enrolled in a graduate degree program, or will be enrolled by the time the internship begins, and graduating no earlier than May 2024
•   Committed to working 25–40 hours per week
•   Interested or experienced in people operations and HR administration
•   Organized, collaborative, and proactive about developing new skills and staying current with emerging and best practices
•   Comfortable working with diverse colleagues representing many disciplines and levels of experience
•   Experienced in the Microsoft Office suite and data analysis