Human Resources, Civil Service and Background Administration
The student intern will report to the Assistant Vice President of Civil Service and Background Administration and will be assigned to work on projects with various team members in the department.
The overall function of the role is to assist with the work being done to update background policies, procedures, reference materials, training and job aides for each area of the background investigation process.
This is an in-person position
It is expected that the internship will begin July 5th 2023 until September 2023
Number of Hours needed: 14 to 21 hours weekly
Location: 55 Water Street New York, NY 10041
*Internship credits available for current academic semester if needed*
Some educational institutions require prior approval before the start of an internship for academic credit. It is the responsibility of the student to check with their institution to be sure they meet any requirements before they accept a position
The intern will be responsible for reviewing various records to create reference documents and job aids to facilitate the background investigation process. They will also assist with reviewing the departmental trainings to create electronic learning modules (ELM) to break trainings down into shorter segments to enable staff to take the trainings independently.
The intern will learn about the field of background investigations, how new policies and procedures are researched and implemented and how we manage the project. They will also learn about the process we go through to create training for the responsible staff and audit records to ensure compliance. The staff will interact with multiple staff members on the team and will be paired with one who can provide additional insight in the field of human resources from a policy and compliance perspective.
· Interest in healthcare and willingness to learn.
· Strong 8interpersonal skills and an ability to engage with others.
· Proficiency in Excel and survey monkey.
Desired Skills include advanced Excel, PowerPoint and Visio. Experience in project management and working on the development of policies, procedures and guidelines is a plus.
Preference is for a Graduate student with a major in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.
· Work with professionals in the nation's most extensive non-profit public healthcare system and gain valuable experience
· Flexible schedule for students
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