Intern Business\Human Resources
Location: Auburn, WA; Charleston, SC; El Segundo, CA; Everett, WA; North Charleston, SC; Oklahoma City, OK; Philadelphia, PA; Portland, OR; Renton, WA; Ridley Park, PA; Saint Louis, MO; Salt Lake City, UT; Seattle, WA
The Boeing Company offers Human Resources (HR) Summer Internships at major facilities, including Seattle/Puget Sound, Southern California, St. Louis, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia and several other locations. These full-time, paid internships enable you to gain hands-on experience while contributing to exciting programs, helping us meet customer needs and learning from experienced professionals. The Internship Program is designed to engage students in a specific strategic work project, participate in performing HR responsibilities, and to prepare you for a future career as an HR professional at The Boeing Company. All internships provide both the opportunity to participate in responsibilities of the role and a project. Opportunities include:
** HR Generalist: The major operating groups producing commercial airplanes and defense airplanes and systems will host several Human Resources Generalist (HRG) positions. The internships will combine project work with participation in traditional HRG responsibilities. These internships will provide students with exposure directly to the core business, factory, and support functions. Work may include: Talent Management, Employee Relations, Data Management, Staffing, and general employee communication. Undergraduate and Graduate students considered.
** HR Specialist: Available specialist positions include, but are not limited to Strategic Workforce Planning, Leadership Development and Employee Relations. As an HR Specialist, students will be exposed to the development, administration and consultation of functional human resources policies, processes and strategy. Students will learn the organization's strategies and processes and get to experience the full scope of the job. In addition, they will have considerable interaction with business leaders and other HR disciplines.
Building Positive Relationships: Developing and using collaborative relationships to facilitate the accomplishment of work goals. -Decision Making: Identifies and understands issues, problems, and opportunities; compares data from different sources to draw conclusions; uses effective approaches for choosing a course of action or develops appropriate solutions; takes action that is consistent with available facts, constraints, and probable consequences. -Initiating Action: Takes prompt action to accomplish objectives; takes action to achieve goals beyond what is required; is proactive.
Other Job Related Information
Candidates should be college students as follows: - Junior year undergraduates, preferably majoring in Human Resources or Business Administration with focus on Human Resources - or -- First year graduate students, preferably pursuing a degree in Human Resources or Business Administration with focus on Human Resources. Prefer candidates with strong academic achievement - 3.0 GPA (3.25 preferred). Clearly state your cumulative GPA and month / year of graduation on your resume. Assignments begin when your school recesses for the summer of 2014 and last for 12 weeks until returning to school. If selected, you will have input on your specific internship placement. This position is for opportunities within Human Resources.
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