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Human Resource Intern

1. Be willing to learn various aspects of Human Resources.
2. Assist in coordinate for all hourly positions. This includes coordinating staffing with temporary staffing agencies as well as the internal job posting system.
3. Organize and assist the orientation process for all new employees – temporary and direct-hire.
4. Will be involved with the interviews for hourly positions.
5. Filing as necessary.
6. Assist with HR Projects, filing systems, etc.
7.  Learn the attendance system (AOD) includes data entry on a regular basis.
8. Assist in the coordination and administration of various training programs for employees and assure training records are in accordance with procedures.
11. Coordinate various functions such as engagement activities.
12. Other miscellaneous projects or duties assigned.
13. Employee must perform his/her job within acceptable safety, environmental, quality, productivity and performance standards as outlined in plant policies, handbooks and applicable work instructions.
1. Complete employment verifications as necessary.
2. Assist with payroll issues.
*This list may not be all-inclusive and may include other duties as assigned by the Manager.
· Course work toward a Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources or related field required. Some office experience a plus.
· Proficiency with software programs including word processing and spreadsheets required.
· A true desire to help others is a must.
· A team player who is results driven, able to work under pressure, has strong leadership skills, high energy, strong organizational skills, is empathetic and able to deal with issues in an open, honest manner
· Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from employees.
· Ability to effectively present information to the employees and the management group.
· Office environment – includes, but not limited to, artificial lighting, computers, telephones, desks, temperature controlled.
· Manufacturing environment – includes, but not limited to, artificial lighting, machine/equipment noise, some welding exhaust, non-controlled temperatures, and PPE required.
· Ability to sit frequently for extended periods of time.
· Ability to move about the plant in both the office and manufacturing areas.
· Ability to travel occasionally.
· Manual dexterity for computer work.
· Ability to communicate in an effective manner.