People and Culture Summer Internship Reports To: Director of People and Culture
Responsibilities: Our compensated 10-week Internship Program is designated to give rising junior and senior undergraduate students a challenging, hands-on experience in the technology industry. Interns will join our collaborative, friendly work environment to participate on meaningful projects to support our business. Our goal is to foster the growth of highly motivated, talented individuals that would like to join us as repeat interns and/or ultimately regular full-time employees.
As a summer intern, you will provide assistance to multiple teams of the Vertex People and Culture team in administering Human Resource policies, programs, and services. Provide assistance to the teams to support staffing/recruitment, benefits, compensation, employee& labor relations, talent and management development.
2018 Program Dates:
May 28, 2018 - August 3, 2018
Requirements: Attend college full-time in the United States and be entering their junior or senior year
Have a minimum 3.0 GPA
Show a demonstrated interest in the field of HR and a passion for the Vertex brand
2301 Renaissance Blvd
Sr. HR Business PartnerReports To:
Responsibilities: The Sr. HR Business Partner will provide consultative advice, coaching, and managerial and employee support aligned with advancing the strategy of the assigned business client groups within Corporate functions. S/he will partner with colleagues to support strategy execution, and to manage change leadership, performance management, employee relations and organizational design. S/he will also collaborate with the HR Centers of Expertise to develop compensation, talent, and employee relations strategies that effectively foster a high performing workplace.
Provide direct HR services to select client groups, focusing on optimizing talent. This includes, but is not limited to:
o Consult and advise managers on organization design and talent development
o Compensation and job duty alignment
o Development and succession planning
o Team assimilation and development
o Talent/recruiting/retention strategies
o Employee Relations
Addresses potential performance improvement, HR policy violations and process issues. Will be responsible for facilitating performance improvement processes and coaching. Coach managers on how to effectively identify, navigate, and resolve employee relations and performance management issues.
Understands the key drivers and talent needs of assigned business client group; applies this knowledge in his/her work.
Partners with client groups to execute on human resource strategies that support long and short term business strategies.
Brings innovative ideas to the business and contributes a unique perspective.
Manages annual and one-time HR programs for the assigned client groups, including performance management, compensation management, and other programs to be named.
Utilize metrics and reporting regarding HR programs (retention, turnover, career progression, etc) to drive an understanding of factors that contribute to the organizational health of the assigned client groups
Fosters an inclusive workplace mentality through demonstrated behaviors aligned with Lincoln Financial Groups D&I philosophy.
Assists in the on-boarding and training of new officers and managers in assigned client groups.
Carries out duties in compliance with all state and federal regulations and guidelines.
HR Reporting as required.
Establishes strong working relationships and collaborates with client, HR Centers of Expertise (Compensation, Talent, D&I, Employee Relations, etc.) as well as Legal and other Lincoln partners as required.
Partners with Recruiting and hiring managers in forecasting and planning talent pipeline in line with business strategy. Ensures adherence to human resource policies, procedures, laws, standards, and government regulations regarding the selection of internal/external applicants.
Creates business value by using knowledge of how business strategy impacts talent needs.
Partner with managers and key partners to identify, prioritize and build organizational capabilities.
Undergraduate degree or 4+ years of comparable work experience; educational concentration in Human Resources is preferred
PHR or SPHR preferred
5-7+ years of experience as an HR Business Partner that directly aligns with the specific responsibilities for this position. Demonstrated ability to effectively manage changing priorities and multiple job functions.
Strong knowledge of Human Resources policies, processes, and employment law
Demonstrated ability to develop and use metrics to monitor and advance workplace programs
Critical thinker with an ability to analyze information and to evaluate the implications of a course of action or strategy.
Evaluate trends in analytical data.
Demonstrated ability (i.e. emotional intelligence skills) to successfully navigate interpersonal business situations to get desired business results.
Ability to solve problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
Reads and interprets corporate and business policies and applicable employment laws
Writes business correspondence (i.e., letters, policies, corrective action, etc.)
Strong presentation and facilitation skills
Uses research methods effectively, including data collection, diagnostic, and analytical skills
Understands issues in the context of the big picture and can develop and execute on solutions appropriate for the situation
Thinks independently and is an effective decision maker
Strong interpersonal communication and customer service orientation
Treats sensitive and/or confidential information appropriately
Exhibits high levels of integrity, ethical behavior, and professional maturity
Comfortable with confrontation and difficult conversations
Ability to reach agreements and consensus despite differing opinions and priorities
Ability to influence others
Keeps current with changes in employment law and the implications for our organization
Stays abreast of industry best practices
Strong organizational skills
Exhibits strong emotional intelligence
Is comfortable speaking with all levels of management
o Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, & Outlook).
Skilled in database management and record keeping.
Lincoln Financial Group
HR Business Partner (Part Time)Reports To: COO
Responsibilities: Education Management Solutions (EMS), a leading technology provider of simulation based solutions for healthcare training environments, seeks a dynamic, organized self-starter HR Business Partner to serve as the primary liaison for the companys leadership team and employees. The HR Business Partner is both a strategic and hands-on role that provides full cycle Human Resources support to all departments. The role is critical in executing our people initiatives, providing great internal customer support, and driving HR functional excellence and process improvement. Currently, this is a part-time role.
JOB SPECIFIC STANDARDS
The ability to understand business goals and recommend new approaches, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements in business objectives, productivity and development of HR within the company
A true hands-on approach as well as the ability to successfully monitor the "pulse" of the employees to ensure a high level of employee engagement
Strong internal and external customer service focus
The ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously - orientated on results
Bias for action, strong work ethic, and desire to achieve excellence
Must be able to interface at all levels of the organization
Passion for innovative HR solutions and process improvement
Use skills gained as an experienced professional, works on resolving a wide range of issues within team/department in imaginative as well as practical ways
Operates with autonomy and discretion
Requirements: An undergraduate degree or equivalent combination of training and experience
5+ years human resource business partner experience
Thorough knowledge of employment law
Excellent project management, leadership, facilitation and interpersonal skills
Strong problem-solving skills; logical and analytical thinker, comfort with data and analytics
Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to organize and present information concisely
People leadership skills to enable working on cross functional teams.
Experience in a small, fast-paced software business environment preferred
Salary: hourly rate
Education Management Solutions LLC
436 Creamery Way, Ste. 300, Exton, PA 19341
Recruiting Assistant Reports To: Senior Human Resources Business Partner
Responsibilities: Provide administrative support to regional recruiters through effective sourcing of active and passive candidates, placing of job postings timely on Agency website and job boards, at colleges and other relevant sites, and managing recruiting efforts with social media. Provide metrics on weekly and monthly basis to capture successful recruitment and employee activity. May assist with other recruitment support tasks such as online registration for background checks and clearances and recordkeeping associated with employment references and verifications.
Requirements: Associates degree required, with Bachelors degree preferred. Demonstrated one year of experience working on internet resources utilization and with social media in a business setting and/or administrative support work within human resources.Keen attention to detail. Ability to work effectively with short notice, moving deadlines and changing priorities. Superior computer skills as it relates to using job boards, social media for business, college networking groups and online calendars for scheduling. Strong oral and written communication skills, with an ability to relate to all levels of employees and prospective candidates, including a professional telephone presence. Ability to engage with prospective candidates by portraying the Agency as an appealing, attractive employment opportunity. Sound recordkeeping, orderliness and strong organizational skills when working with high volume of resumes.
500 Office Center Dr. Fort Washington, PA 19034
Human Resources Internship (with college credit)Reports To: Director of Volunteer Administration
Responsibilities: At the USO of Pennsylvania and Southern NJ, volunteers play a special and critical role to ensure we fulfill our mission to deliver comfort, care, and support to troops and their families who reside in or pass through our service areas. Our volunteer program is built on our USOs core values of Loyalty, Integrity, Belonging, Excellence, Resilience, Teamwork and Yielding.
Most of our volunteers support our Center Operations at Philadelphia International Airport, or on a military base like the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, or Fort Indiantown Gap. We also have some unique opportunities to support operations and development to bring your expertise to our organization.
Human Resources Externship (unpaid) or Internship (unpaid with college credit): Multiple openings
This is a great experience for someone looking to see all areas of workforce management and development in a small, non- profit setting. As an HR Intern, you will gain exposure to several areas of human resource planning through supporting the Workforce Planning and Development of our volunteer workforce. You will be assigned projects in Recruitment, Volunteer Engagement and Retention and Training & Development.
Build a workforce plan for the expansion of programs and services across a geographic area.
Assist with posting opportunities, sourcing applications, scheduling interviews, and conducting initial phone screenings or information sessions.
Refine the recognition program for the volunteer workforce.
Create action plans from engagement survey results and focus group discussions.
Assist with Development Training calendar and review of materials.
To Apply: Send a resume or bio with a letter of interest to Gloria Sinclair Miller, Director of Volunteer Administration at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Strong desire to learn and grow as an HR Professional
- Detail-oriented with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Self-starter, proactive and can work independently without constant direction
- Strong customer service skills
- Flexible and adaptable
- Working towards a Bachelors degree in Human Resources or related field
- Possess and exhibit a strong and genuine interest in working with people and the ability to interact at all levels of the organization
- Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information
Time Commitment: Externship: Depending on the project 5-20 hours per month. Internships for college credits are based on requirements for students program.