Internship (Voluntary) People and Culture Intern
If you are passionate about the environment and want to gain insight into Human Resources at a major international NGO, then this could be a phenomenal learning experience for you over the summer!
We are looking for a People and Culture Intern to join Greenpeace. As part of the recruitment team, you will find new team members who share our passion and dedication – over 100 people per year! You will gain valuable insights into this world-renown campaigning organisation by supporting our managers to fill their vacancies as you handle the recruitment process from advertising and screening applicant CVs through to role-playing interviews and sending out the employment contracts.
As part of our Health and Safety Committee, you will contribute to a safe work environment for our staff by assessing current risk management within the organisation, developing existing policies and procedures, as well as identifying potential gaps.
Ideally, you will have prior experience in HR. You may have used recruitment management software before but in any case you’ll be a meticulous record keeper.
To be successful in this role you will need:
>> Real dedication to making each candidates’ experience with Greenpeace as an employer as meaningful and seemless as possible
>> Strong written and verbal communication skills
>> Experience in Microsoft Office, in particular Word and Excel
>> Experience of recruitment software; ideally Taleo
>> Knowledge of NZ work eligibility criteria and work visas
>> Proven multi-tasking and time management skills
>> Knowledge of environmental issues in NZ and globally
>> A passion for upholding Greenpeace NZ environmental and non-violent protest policies
Based in Mount Eden we are close to both the train station and bus stops.
How to Apply
We are looking for someone who can contribute at least 3 months of 15 hours per week on an unpaid basis between November 2018 and February 2017.
Please apply with your CV and cover letter at https://goo.gl/aS6MxT
If you would like to find out more about the position, feel free to contact Sarah at [email protected]
We expect a high standard of dedication, integrity and a positive attitude from our interns. In return we organise a work-station, regular catch-ups with the other interns and the opportunity for professional development. Your manager will meet you when you first start to discuss your learning requirements and the skills you wish to attain for future employment.
We are an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from all parts of our community.
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