Thursday, September 18, 2014

Human Resources Intern - Duke Manufacturing

Job Description

This intern will perform project work in support of organizational development intiatives, performance management, and administrative work.  The actions peformed will include:

1.  Data Gathering from personnel files
2.  Data Analysis of gathered data
3.  Organization of data
4.  Intrepretation of data
5.  General HR administrative tasks in support of entire office

On the job training will be provided.  Position will allow for visibility into a variety of areas within the daily work of a Human Resources department. 

Desired Skills and Experience
  1. Experience: Current college student studying for a degree or minor in a Human Resources.
  2. Education: Minimum High school diploma or equivalent.
  3. Skills:  Ability to maintain the highly confidential nature of human resources work; Ability to prioritize work; Ability to tolerate interruptions; Ability to adhere to a strict timeline; Ability to be punctual and manage time effectively; Ability to pay close attention to detail.
Company Background

Duke Manufacturing Co. designs and manufactures more than 4,500 food service equipment products for a wide-range of clients located across the U.S. and around the world.

From our humble beginnings in 1925 as a manufacturer of the first water-less hot food well, Duke has become the preferred solutions provider for fast-paced, demanding businesses like global QSR brands, C-stores, casual dining chains and institutions such as K-12 school districts.

We design and build our products at state-of-the-art manufacturing plants in St. Louis and Sedalia, Missouri, incorporating Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing and 5S programs, that along with our ISO 9001:2000 certification, help ensure that the highest levels of quality are reflected in our products and services.

In addition, we serve markets worldwide through 6 global sales offices and distribution centers, as well as maintain a factory-authorized service network consisting of 200 locations that support the US, Canada and 85 International service/support centers.


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