Unilever calls for 6 months internship in the field of human resources from summer 2020 in Unilever Office at Switzerland in Thayngen/Schaffhauser.
The candidates who undertake this Human Resources Internship in the Unilever Switzerland will be doing the following duties
- The organization, implementation, and evaluation of university marketing activities (lectures, workshops and trade fairs).
- Supporting in recruiting (communication with applicants, active sourcing, interviews).
- Creation of reports and presentations for the HR department as well as management of general correspondence and administration of cross-border commuters.
- Close cooperation with the HR partners (the areas: international hub, factory, and marketing & sales organization).
- Contacting person for employees in various personnel-relevant questions and also the implementation of individual personnel measures.
- Furthermore, supporting HR projects in the organizational and personnel development area.
In order to be eligible for this human resources internship at Unilever in Switzerland, candidates must have the following qualifications
- About to graduate or have already completed the studies in an advanced degree in economics
- Experience through internships or similar activities.
- Quick comprehension, reliability, commitment, high-quality standards, and team spirit.
- Connected thinking as well as affable, open personality with a positive attitude.
- Furthermore, fluency in German and English and very good use of MS Office.
The Unilever offers the following benefits to their hard-working interns
- A dynamic and international environment
- Regular feedback talks to develop yourself professionally and personally
- Independent work and space for ideas
- Transfer of independent to leading projects
- Attractive remuneration and many other benefits
Unilever is a British-Dutch transitional goods company with headquarters in London, United Kingdom and Rotterdam, Netherlands. It produces foods and beverages, cleaning agents, beauty products and personal care products in a very large quantity. However, food and beverage cover 40% of its total revenue. Overall, it is Europe’s seventh most valuable company as well as is one of the oldest multinational companies. Unilever sells its products in over 190 countries in the world.