As a family company, we serve people and communities. When you work at Meijer, you’re provided with career and community opportunities centered around leadership, personal growth and development. Consider joining our family – take care of your career and your community! Meijer Rewards Weekly pay Scheduling flexibility Paid parental leave Paid education assistance Care.com/back-up care assistance Team member discount Development programs for advancement and career growth Please review the job profile below and apply today! . Meijer offers an 11-week internship program that challenges interns to deliver innovative solutions to real projects that impact the business. Throughout the course of the internship experience, we deliver diverse personal and professional development opportunities that further develop skillsets that can be implemented both during and after the program. The internship program will allow for interaction with other interns and Meijer senior leaders. The internship program includes: Challenging and impactful projects Final presentations delivered to senior executives Executive speaker series Professional development and training opportunities Networking and community events Events highlighting key areas of the business What you will be doing as a Store Human Resources Intern: As a Store Human Resources Intern, you will work side by side with an experienced Store Human Resource Representative in a true generalist role. You will gain significant experience in the areas of Recruitment, Onboarding, Training, and Employee Relations. You will also interact regularly with all Corporate HR Centers of Excellence including Total Rewards, Learning and Development, Talent Acquisition, and Payroll. The intern may also get exposure to other activities of the function, including: Talent Management: The Talent Management team is responsible for supporting the development, performance, recognition, and engagement of Meijer’s team members. The team designs, develops, and delivers training and development programs used by team members and leaders throughout the organization. In addition, the team also oversees programs and processes that enable leaders and team members to assess performance, plan for talent, directly recognize others, and learn about Meijer’s heritage. Our in-store interns will have the opportunity to learn more about how essential our culture and our team members are to the success of our Meijer and to create tools and resources that support the strengthening of our culture and growth and development of our team members. Total Rewards: The Total Rewards team is responsible for the Compensation, Benefit, Leave and HR Analytics programs and systems at Meijer. These teams focus on designing, implementing, and improving programs to maintain a competitive pay and benefit package that attracts and retains our team members. Through the implementation and continuous improvement of our HR systems and data, our HR Analytics team enables our entire HR function to deliver a high level of support to our business. In store HR representatives serve an important role as the primary liaison between in store team members and the Corporate Total Rewards team. Talent Acquisition: The Talent Acquisition team is responsible for recruiting for all types of positions across the organization leveraging social media, sourcing tools, and networking events to identify talent. The team partners with business leaders to attract new talent to Meijer and facilitates various aspects of preparing to on-board talent such as relocation and compliance aspects. The team continues to identify new technologies to continuously improve the Meijer recruitment strategy and candidate experience. In store, Human Resource representatives will screen applications, interview candidates, and guide and support them through the on-boarding and orientation process. HR Generalist: The HR Generalist roles span across Corporate, Supply Chain, and Retail, supporting all functional areas. The teams are responsible for partnering with respective business areas to execute and deploy business initiatives and special projects. The HR Generalist is the liaison to business partners on organizational design and effectiveness, talent development and learning, compensation and benefits, talent acquisition, and employee relations. The HR Generalist advises business partners on coaching and delivering feedback to team members. In store, the Human Resource representatives offers advice on coaching and delivering feedback to team members as well as help in navigating team member questions and concerns. In addition, store HR representative utilize systems, reports, and Center of Excellence resources to identify store needs, gather data, and make recommendations to Operations partners that they support. General Qualifications: Progress toward a bachelor’s degree; preferably in Human Resources, Labor & Industrial Relations, Organization Development, or related discipline. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint Preferred Qualifications: 2-4 years of professional work experience is highly preferred, and candidates with HR work experience are most desirable Familiar with HRMS systems Workday and Kronos Decision Quality – Good research and analytical skills and a logical approach to problem solving Drives results – has focus on the bottom line Customer focus – dedicated to meeting expectations of internal and external customers Collaborates & Values Differences – can create positive working relationships with customers, team members, leadership, and other internal and external constituencies Communicates Effectively – conveys the right information in writing and verbally Manages Ambiguity – can shift gears easily and cope with change Plans and Aligns and Ensures Accountability – Strong organizational skills Ability to work with minimal supervision Possible career path opportunities: Full-time Store Human Resource Representative Other opportunities may be available depending on willingness to relocate to Grand Rapids, MI We opened our doors more than 85 years ago with the goal of helping people provide for themselves and their family. Today we’re a multi-billion dollar retailer with more than 70,000 employees across six states. Our Midwest geography includes corporate offices in Grand Rapids, Michigan, plus manufacturing facilities, distribution centers and over 240 stores across Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Wisconsin. Meijer is an Equal Opportunity Employer, fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace. We are committed to treating all persons with dignity and respect. Meijer’s policy is to not discriminate because of any applicant or team member’s race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, religion, age, physical or mental disability, uniformed service or veteran status, or any other lawfully-protected classification. If you have a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of your application, please click here to submit your request. 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