Delivering an amazing sound experience to our customers begins with our employees: the passionate people behind the (COMPANY NAME) brand. On the People Team, our goal is to foster an environment in which our employees can be their best so they can do the most meaningful, challenging, and rewarding work of their lives and drive long-term success for (COMPANY NAME).
You will help us continue to build an excellent employee experience by focusing on one or more predefined projects in a core people team focus area, which might include:
Designing a recommended structure to understand the development needs and goals of our employees and recommending how to use a new HR system to support this process. (People Development + HR systems - how we help our employees do the best work of their lives)
Managing the coordination of a global event aimed at social impact and volunteerism. (Internal Communications and Culture - how we keep our employees informed and inspired)
Using your logistics and communications mastery to support recruiting/talent needs at (COMPANY NAME) by managing the coordination of a massive women's networking event. (Diversity and Inclusion + Talent Acquisition - how we hire the people to inspire the world to listen better)
All projects will be in support of a current, high-priority body of work within the People Team with a defined beginning, middle and end for you to own the project from start to finish during your internship.
More than a candidate that checks every box, we're looking for people who are excited to work, learn, and grow at (COMPANY NAME)-no matter their background or how they identify. If that's you, we hope you'll apply for this role.
You want to be part of a team.
You come with new ideas and a unique point of view. You look forward to collaborating with a diverse team of individuals. You assume everyone's best intentions, welcome a healthy debate, and embrace differing opinions. You eagerly seek and give help. Transparency tops your list of values, and you proactively contribute to a culture of respect and inclusion.
You enjoy a challenge.
Inquisitive and focused, you see every challenge as an opportunity. You're ambitious and comfortable making mistakes because you learn from them and bounce back quickly. You would rather create the future than wait for it. You prioritize long-term value over short-term objectives.
You love to listen.
You approach every interaction with curiosity and a desire to understand. You want to make a positive impact in the world. You're passionate about culture and know the power that music, film, podcasts, games, and stories have to bring people together.
What You'll Do
Develop a deep understanding of (COMPANY NAME) people practices and dive deep in one area where your primary internship project will be based.
Own a project from start to finish which is aligned with a current People Team priority and workstream aimed at improving the effectiveness of our people and (COMPANY NAME). This will involve: defining the project scope, need and impact; collaborating across the people team and other stakeholder groups to inform (and co-design, as applicable) a recommended solution; implementing the solution, including change management and communications, as necessary; and, creating a plan for evaluating impact and effectiveness.
Daily tasks will vary based on the project focus area, but will likely include:
scheduling and leading meetings with groups and 1:1 to inform your project and test/pilot the solution
developing, maintaining and adjusting a project timeline based on availability of stakeholders and the People Team operational calendar
reading and aggregating online research and/or analyzing data related to your project
writing out and documenting recommended solutions or approaches to the problem, which will need to be socialized and updated throughout the course of the project
drafting a communications plan, change management approach and actual communications for introducing the solution, which may involve updates or adds to our intranet
participating in team meetings and other people team projects
Skills You'll Need
Able to plan, organize and orchestrate collaborative work across teams
Able to communicate clearly and concisely in writing, through presentations and verbally, explaining technical or complicated concepts in simple ways across diverse audiences
Able to establish relationships quickly across and beyond the People Team
Experience building structure into how you work and what you create through things like documentation, scheduling, and taking great notes
Willing to be creative, try new things and embrace learning on the job
Able and excited to identify needs on your own and suggest solutions
Exemplifies the (COMPANY NAME) behaviors of respect, transparency, ownership and collaboration
In the "Why (COMPANY NAME)" section of your application please identify which of the descriptions below best describes you and why.
Master of logistics and coordination - whether it's taking a vision for an event and unraveling it into the 400 steps leading up to the event or taking an ideal state within a system and backtracking the steps/change management that's needed to get there, you are able to pick apart big problems into small, manageable, actionable steps
Communications and stakeholder engagements: You are able to lead conversations and ask the right questions to inform what you're doing, 1:1, in small groups, presentation style, external to the company
You're people-centric: You understand humans are behind work and businesses and working with, motivating, engaging, helping people propels businesses