Global Human Resources Associate Development Program
At Bank of America, we recognize that talented, engaged and satisfied employees are the foundation to help make the financial lives of our customers and clients better. Our Global Human Resources (GHR) team is focused on making Bank of America a great place for people to work by creating an environment where all employees have the opportunity to achieve their goals.
We align our human capital strategy to the business strategy, enabling the company to connect with customers and clients by attracting, developing and retaining a world-class workforce to drive growth at Bank of America.
The HRDP is a two-year, rotational program to give participants exposure to multiple disciplines within GHR. Potential placements include: HR Generalist, Learning & Leadership Development, Compensation & Benefits, Diversity & Inclusion, Legal, Employee Relations, and Talent Acquisition/Campus Recruiting.
As an associate, your key tasks and responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
- Develop the knowledge and skills required to be successful through exposure to HR and lines of business at Bank of America
- Establish multiple peer and mentor relationships to provide ongoing coaching and development feedback throughout program
- Support needs related to business advisory, operations, HR processes, and special projects
- Participate in collaboration across teams to develop business acumen and gain exposure to multiple HR functions
- Connect with senior HR leaders to better understand how HR drives critical business decisions and serves as a strategic partner throughout the bank
- Develop networking skills through connections within projects, intern-specific programming, and engagement events
- Conclude internship with final presentation to HR leaders, managers, peers, and mentors focusing on business delivery and overall accomplishments
- Apply experiences to shape and develop personal brand
- You must complete an application in full via our website to be considered.
- Candidates are required to be pursuing an MBA or MA in industrial or organizational psychology, human resources management, communications, industrial labor relations, organizational development, or other related degrees from an accredited college or university with a graduation timeframe between December 2021 and June 2022
- Minimum of three years, full-time meaningful and related work experience
- Bank of America is unable to consider candidates that will require visa sponsorship now, or in the future, for this specific role
- Bank of America does not complete third party forms from colleges, universities, or other parties.