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Human Resources Intern

“Technical Perfection and automotive passion” is what defines Faurecia. We design, engineer and provide the best in technology, systems and services for automobile makers in every major market on all five continents. If you share our ambition for technical perfection and our passion for all things automotive, Faurecia has a career for you. “Faurecia, a driving force…for your professional growth.”

Faurecia North American Seating Division is looking for a Human Resources Intern for our Plant in Wentzville, MO.
 
The main purpose of the job:
 
The Human Resources Intern assists with orientating all new employees, as well as assists Human Resources Department with clerical / administrative responsibilities and HR projects.
 
The main duties of the job:
  • Assist with coordination of new-hire orientation: ensures new employees complete required forms, shows required training videos, explains company policies and benefits
  • Support intern recruitment activities (i.e. posting positions, scheduling interviews and securing feedback)
  • Maintains training records, track effectiveness, update induction plans and misc. functions in system
  • Assist and coordinate special events
  • Complete HRIS audits and update information as necessary
  • Maintains and updates personnel files
  • Trains employees and managers, when necessary
  • Performs general clerical duties: filing, tracking information, scheduling, etc.
  • Update monitors with new hire information and other HR specific topics
  • Maintain bulleting board postings and newsletter distribution
  • Maintain and create job descriptions
  • Create and distribute a quarterly Newsletter
  • Process invoices and purchase orders
  • Prepares Invitation/Travel letters for employees
  • Other duties and special projects assigned

Ideal Candidate will have/be:
  • Sophomore/Junior enrolled in Human Resources courses
  • Knowledge of basic Human Resources principles and concepts
  • Knowledge of benefits administration
  • Good interpersonal and presentation skills
  • Data entry skills
  • Good computer skills, including Microsoft Suite (primarily Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • GPA must be at least a 3.0
  • Available for a minimum of 30 hours per week