We are looking for an HR Intern to perform various administrative tasks and support our HR department’s daily activities.
HR Intern responsibilities include updating our employee & student records with new hire information, screening resumes, and scheduling interviews.
If you’re interested in kick starting your career in HR and getting a closer look of how our company approaches payroll, recruiting and employee development, we’d like to meet you.
Ultimately, you will assist in organizing and coordinating our HR policies and procedures.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Update our internal databases with new employee & student information, including contact details and employment forms
Gather payroll data like leaves, working hours and bank accounts
Screen resumes and application forms
Schedule and confirm interviews with candidates
Post, update and remove job ads from job boards, careers pages, and social networks
Prepare HR-related reports as needed (like training budgets by department)
Address employee queries about benefits (like number of remaining vacation days)
Review and distribute company policies in digital formats or hard copies
Participate in organizing company events and careers days
Required Experience, Skills and Qualifications:
Experience as a Staff Assistant or similar to a junior HR role is a plus
Familiarity with HRIS, ATS and resume databases
Experience with MS Office
Good understanding of full-cycle recruiting
Basic knowledge of labour legislation
Bachelor in Human Resources Management or similar field
Internships offer the opportunity to develop new skills and enhance existing skills. Internships also provides the opportunity to enhance the resume.
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