|Date Posted:||May 31, 2017|
|Closing Date:||Jun 3, 2017|
|Work Type:||Part Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Functional Area:||Human Resources|
|Salary Range:||Salary is negotiableNone|
|Years of Experience:||Fresh|
|Contract Duration:||Not specified|
The USWDP Internship Program is designed for the last year students or fresh graduates of public universities. Through this program, USWDP will develop the Interns’ ability in variety of soft skills, including communication skills, office management, presentation skills, admin, clerical, and other related personal skills through providing mentorship and training. The key objectives of the program are to help the Interns learn the most up-to-date development practices, experience a real work environment, acquire necessary employment skills, create a network of professional contacts, and apply the theories and skills they have learned during their studies in the university.
Duties & Responsibilities:
This short period of three months’ internship is only for the sake of learning and capacity building, supervisor will provide the coaching and mentoring, intern will cooperate and ensure to learn the following activities
Maintain HR files and regularly update them in soft and hard copies.
Scan HR related documents and archive them electronically in an organized manner.
Review monthly timesheets, scan and file them electronically.
Review and advertise vacant positions online on the job search websites.
Schedule interviews and prepare interview documents for panel members.
Collect HR documents and forms from newly hired employees and file the documents as required.
Understand standard HR practices, policies and procedures.
Perform any other related activities as assigned by the HR Unit.
Last-year students and/or fresh graduates of public universities
Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and Dari/Pashto
Basic computer literacy in MS Office packages
Well organized and proactive approach to work
Highly motivated for his/her professional and academic improvement