2023 Summer Intern- Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Opportunity
Job Description Summary
All employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 which includes receiving a COVID-19 vaccine booster or qualifying for an accommodation from the Bank’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policy; individuals who are unable to be vaccinated due to a medical condition or sincerely held religious belief may request an accommodation from the Bank.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is part of the nation’s central bank.
We’ve provided many opportunities for professional growth during our history.
For twenty-three years in a row, we’ve been named “One of Northeast Ohio’s Best Places to Work” by North Coast 99. This prestigious award honors organizations with outstanding employment practices, including compensation, benefits, training, recruitment, retention, community services, and employee communications.
Our People Make the Difference! The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is seeking innovative thinkers with vision to build the framework that will carry the Bank into the future. Join our team as a paid summer intern!
Use your skills to help support the Bank as we look to attract, retain and develop top diverse talent within our community. This role would be responsible for supporting the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Opportunity and partnering with other centers of excellence within the People & Culture (Human Resources) function.
DEI Intern Responsibilities:
Research, draft and develop a strategic plan on university career fairs for the Fall, connect with community partners and other duties as assigned.
- Support Bank efforts for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Opportunity.
- Assist with parts of the Talent Acquisition process.
- Participate in employee engagement work.
- Assist with People & Culture operations work.
- Perform administrative duties.
- Support and participate in Bank events and promotions
Requirements for Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Opportunity/ People & Culture (Human Resources) Internships:
- Currently a sophomore, junior or senior pursuing a Bachelor's degree
- Minimum GPA of 3.0.
- Data analysis experience through college curriculum, school projects or internships
- Computer/technical skills required. Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
- Ability to work in a deadline driven environment and have ability to multitask
- Ability to work both in a group setting and on an individual basis
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
Physical Demands and General Working Conditions
Traditional office environment: Employees typically sit most of the day, work with a computer and may answer/respond to phone calls. Physical movement consists of walking for meetings, breaks, etc. Ability to lift items weighing approximately 20 pounds on a limited basis is required. Employees will be required to travel by car/air.