Human Resources: The HR team is essential for managing the administrative components of our internship program. This team is responsible for:
● Recruiting, screening, interviewing and placing team members into teams
● Maintaining the application portals, storing and organizing applicant and intern documentation, reviewing and revising our application process, and organizing Seaside-wide events for all of our interns. Strong communication and organizational skills are a must.
● Overseeing team members and ensuring they are being challenged, meeting expectations, enjoying their internships and not overwhelmed.
● Manage our entire presence in the virtual world including all the recruiting platforms.
● They will be assigned some new roles in the future such as planning, implementing, and evaluating employee relations and human resources policies, programs, and practices; conducting and analyzing exit interviews; recommending changes; and preparing interns for assignments by establishing and conducting orientation and training programs.
● Skills needed: strong organizational and interpersonal skills
Management Fellows: Seaside Sustainability’s internship program has beengrowing steadily since its creation, and now has the capacity to offer another management position to exceptional interns. Similar to the Project Manager position described above, a Fellow exemplifies organization, leadership, and communication skills and has the opportunity to lead a team of 3-10 interns in one of the teams above throughout their internship. This position is more demanding and requires someone with the ability to check emails and make
phone calls outside of their regular working hours. The duties of this position include:
interviewing applicants, onboarding new interns, meeting with interns 1:1 every other week, reporting to the Executive Director, and lastly, ensuring intern and project success.