Wednesday, February 11, 2015

HR Internship - USANA Health Sciences

Job Summary
USANA Health Sciences is seeking a Human Resources Student to complete an internship with its busy Human Resources team. The intern is a temporary, part-time position typically working 29 hours or less a week, involving various duties pertaining to the incumbent’s field of study. It also may provide useful work-experience that, when coupled with their education, may provide greater opportunity and preparation for future employment.
Here are some great benefits you can look forward to as an intern
• Competitive Pay, regular trainings, meaningful work experience, access to on-site workout facilities, massage Tuesdays, on-site cafeteria, access to free USANA products, and international work experience.
This is a temporary assignment with proposed employment dates of 5/11/2015 to 8/22/2015 (Flexible). USANA reserves its rights as an At-Will employer and does not guarantee employment through the dates listed.
Pay: $12.50/hour
Essential Functions
• Perform regular office functions in congruence with specific projects as needed
• Support the entire Human Resources staff
• Responsibilities in this position may include filing, data entry, assisting to organize electronic files, assisting with company events, assisting Generalists with day-to-day responsibilities, and assisting with any other projects the Human Resources Team is working on
Additional Job Functions
• Understand and adhere to all GMP policies and procedures
• Communicate effectively with all USANA departments, domestic and international, as well as customers where appropriate
• Ensure a clean and safe working environment
• Participate on appropriate company committees as required
• Perform other duties as assigned or needed
Qualifications/Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Requirements
• Strong written and oral communication skills
• Ability to handle multiple tasks and complete projects under deadlines
• Must be enrolled at a college or university in a degree program of a related field of study
• Preferred Majors: Business Management, Human Resource, Psychology, Sociology
• Must be in good academic standing
• Working knowledge of Microsoft office
• Ability to efficiently and effectively perform all essential position duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodation without posing a direct safety threat to others or self
Typical Physical Requirements
• Frequently involves sedentary work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects
• Involves a variety of physical activities including:
Walking   Fingering  Talking   Hearing
Repetitive motions
• Visual acuity required is the minimum standard for use with those whose work deals largely with preparing and analyzing data and figures, accounting, transcription, computer terminals, extensive reading, visual inspection involving small defects, handling small parts, operation of simple machines, using measurement devices, assembling or fabrication of parts at distances close to the eyes
Machines Typically Operated
• Computer, Microsoft office, fax, copier, telephone, etc.
Typical Environmental Conditions
• The worker is not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions.  This is a typical office or administrative environment.

Monday, February 9, 2015

HR Manager - Business Career Center

The HR Manager’s main role is to maintain and enhance the Recruiter Support Team’s team members by planning, implementing, and evaluating employee relations, policies and practices, and learning opportunities in an effort to make this job the #bestjobatBYU (yes, that is our hashtag. Look it up to see what we’re currently up to!).

·         Lead recruiting and interviewing efforts
·         Carry out monthly one-on-one meetings with each member of the team
o   Discuss goals, resources needed to fulfill job requirements, StrengthFinder, etc.
o   Hold additional one-on-one meetings on an as-needed basis
·         Plan and prepare trainings for weekly team meetings
·         Meet with full-time supervisor on a regular basis to discuss needed resources for team growth
·         Meet with the Business Career Center (BCC) Director to discuss BCC goals and alignment of Recruiter Support Team
·         Advise team members in goal creation for Professional Development Plans
·         Develop and implement annual theme
·         Cultivate a culture of trust through team building activities, discussions, and other activities
·         Develop timeline of personal and professional development curriculum
·         Prepare semester work schedule
·         Be a culture leader in the office. Exemplify the behavior expected in others.
·         Always be looking for process improvement or program implementation opportunities.
·         Become (or already be) a Subject Matter Expert in HR functions related to the office, particularly StrengthsFinder and our recruiting process.
·         Prior experience in recruiting and/or training a plus.

Pay begins at $10/hr for a 2-week training period, and then will be increased to $11/hr. Expected to work 10-12 hrs/week for the rest of the semester, as well as 20 hrs/week Fall 2015 and Winter 2016. Schedule is flexible.

If interested, please send your resume and cover letter to If you have any questions, feel free to contact Sammi Dodson at the same email address.