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Internship: Human Resources: Tribeca Film Festival

ABOUT US

Tribeca Enterprises is a diversified media and entertainment company based in New York City. Our properties include the Tribeca Film Festival (now entering its 17th year), Tribeca TV Festival, and Tribeca Studios—a premium content development group that tells award-winning stories for forward-thinking brands.

Founded after 9/11 as a way to use the arts to restore vitality and hope to the world, Tribeca exists because stories bring people together. We champion diverse storytelling and new perspectives, empowering emerging voices to be catalysts for change in their communities and around the world. Whether it’s film, television, VR, games, music, or immersive experiences, we are proud to create the space and platform to share these myriad stories.

ABOUT YOU

Our ideal candidate will be smart, self-driven, a creative thinker and collaborative. They must understand the nuance of balancing a sense of urgency and deadlines while remaining calm. They will proactively anticipate internal needs and obstacles and work to solve the problem. Most importantly, they will have a positive and diplomatic demeanor and a palpable energy and enthusiasm for the work and team. Be fun! We like it here and want you to like it here too! 

If you are innately curious, have a get-stuff-done attitude and don’t mind working on everything from routine administrative tasks to larger, more interesting projects, we want to hear from you!

YOUR DAY TO DAY  

Working with the Human Resources Team, you will be supporting and working with the following: 

*Note that job not limited to these responsibilities and can change daily depending on needs and fire drills - if you're averse to change, this is probably not the role for you! 

  • Seasonal Staff Onboarding + Orientation (with HR Team) 
    • Manage smooth transition of all seasonal employees onboarding process 
    • Maintain streamlined I9 process to ensure timely completion of documentation
    • Manage Crew (paid Volunteer) Orientation + Training Materials 
    • Coordinate with Seasonal Crew Manager as first stop for questions and information 
    • Ensure paperwork is properly maintained, organized and correctly filled out 
    • Support HR Team in running payroll for seasonal employees
  • Training 
    • Manage the expense process to ensure that all employees understand how to use Expensify system and work with finance so they have accurate reporting 
    • Assist employees with issues and questions for our time tracking system, Deputy 
  • Support
    • Coordinate with hiring managers so all seasonal job postings are up to date, tailored to their needs and they have enough candidates 
    • Manage mail to ensure important items are responded to and documented
  • Special Projects
    •  Organize HRIS data and create digital archive 
    •  Big Ideas: join our weekly HR Strategy brainstorm 
    •  Assist in company-wide meeting and event planning as needed

SKILLS + REQUIREMENTS 

  • Pursuing or obtained a Bachelors degree in Human Resources or related field
  • Professional demeanor and employee-service driven goals while having sensitivity to the confidential and critical nature of HR information and activities 
  • High attention to detail in order to identify potential issues and work to create solutions 
  • Understand the importance of employment compliance, especially regarding employment eligibility, confidentiality, proper maintenance of employee files, and forms management 
  • Understanding of HRIS systems; experience with BambooHR is a huge plus 
  • High level of professionalism and emotional maturity are required (although we're not always mature!)
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal) are a must.

COMPENSATION + DETAIL 

  • This is a paid internship at $15/hr. 
  • Start date is mid-late January 2019 

Apologies, triste, d'esole', ごめんなさい, متاسف ... but we can only accept candidates that are US Citizens or already independently authorized to work in the US. 

 

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