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$15.00 HOUR

Position located in Alhambra

The CDC/HACoLA is seeking a part-time Human Resources Intern to assist with training and development, benefits administration, and recruitments in the Administrative Services Division (AS).

The Human Resources Intern is provided with learning opportunities to enhance technical knowledge and often challenged with a variety of moderate to complex projects to develop analytic skills related to the field of Human Resources. The Intern would assist with a wide range of duties and assist will special projects pertaining to: benefits and leave administration, recruitment, training and development, and employee relations.

The ideal candidate will be a professional, resourceful, and highly motivated individual. Someone who exhibits personal accountability, possesses exceptional interpersonal skills, has strong writing and analytical ability, is organized and forward-thinking is required. The ideal candidate must demonstrate the ability to handle confidential information with discretion, tact, and patience.

The Human Resources Intern is a paid, part-time position for no more than exceed 25 hours a week. The CDC/HACoLA hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

Essential Job Duties

Human Resources Primary Duties:

Benefit Administration to include:

* Reviewing and analyzing current no-cost benefit options to employer
* Conducting employee survey regarding benefit options
* Projecting estimated costs to benefits for employer for 2020
* Auditing and inputting employee data

Recruitment and Selection to include:

* Marketing, advertising CDC programs to potential applicants
* Development of written materials (job descriptions, flyers, interview questions, orientation content, HR communications)
* Scheduling interviews, administering testing, and performing reference checks

Workforce Training and Development to include:

* Development of metrics/analytics to identify trends and training areas
* Design and produce training materials for employees, supervisors, managers
* Assist in drafting and developing policies/procedures

Various Special Projects as they arise may include:

* Create and design the monthly Human Resources Newsletter
* Research of government or municipal procurement methods and practices
* Research of employment related legislation
* Other related research items as directed


Must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university concentrating in the field of Public Administration, Business Administration, Human Services or a related field.

A qualified candidate must demonstrate the ability to:

* The ability to multi-task and work independently
* Exceptional customer service and organization skills
* Solid skill and comfort in speaking on the phone and working with email
* The ability to develop and deliver excellent oral presentations
* Excellent writing and communication skills
* Exceptional time management skills, be resourceful, organized, and solution oriented
* Aptitude in conducting metrics and statistics
* Solid Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite

Highly Desirable Qualifications:

* Past event planning/coordination experience
* Experience with benefits administration
* Knowledge and use of an applicant tracking system

Additional Information

The Community Development Commission/Housing Authority of the County of Los Angeles (CDC/HACoLA) is a dynamic and innovative County agency with a high-profile role as a core participant in Los Angeles County's broad-ranging efforts to address the region's affordable housing and homelessness crises. The CDC/HACoLA administers federal, state, and local funds made available to for-profit and nonprofit housing developers for the development and preservation of affordable and special needs housing. The CDC/HACoLA also administers federal and local funds to support low- and moderate-income homeownership, single and multifamily home rehabilitation and sound mitigation, and various community and economic development projects and initiatives. The agency works hand-in-hand with multiple Los Angeles County departments and other cities in Los Angeles County in ongoing coordination across a wide range of development initiatives. Funded primarily with federal grants, the CDC/HACoLA prides itself on sponsoring new solutions to local issues and forming partnerships with private and public agencies.

To learn more about the agency's work in support of its mission to Build Better Lives and Better Neighborhoods, please visit www.lacdc.org.

Successful candidates must complete a thorough background investigation, including a pre-employment physical, drug screening and fingerprint evaluation prior to appointment.

NOTE: A resume cannot be substituted for any section of the online application and/or supplemental application. If your application is incomplete, it may be rejected at any stage of the recruitment process.

* To receive credit for a four-year college/university degree or Master's degree, you must attach the following documents to the application at the time of filing. Applications submitted without the proof of education and/or supplemental questionnaire will not receive further consideration in the recruitment process.
* A copy of your unofficial transcript, official transcript or a verification letter from your schools Registrar's office that displays your name, school information, declared major, and total units accumulated, will fulfill proof of education.

Those applicants whose qualifications most closely meet the needs of the Division, will be invited for the examination process. Human Resources staff will notify all applicants of their application status via email. You are responsible for monitoring correspondence from this office by checking your e-mail account in a timely manner.

This is a grant-funded position, Section 3 compliant. Continuation of employment is contingent upon continued funding.

RECRUITMENT CLOSES: Friday May 24, 2019 AT 5:00 PM.