IBM BLUECAMP: IBM Spain Human Resources Internship Program in MADRID, Spain

Are you interested in acquiring a global vision of Human Resources in a multinational company? Would you like to actively participate in Selection processes, organization of events at universities, Talent acquisition and more? We are looking for university students who are about to finish their degree, graduates and postgraduates for joining us in an exclusive internship program with specific training in an international company environment, in the areas of Human Resources such as Recruitment, Talent Management, Learning, Labor Relations, Compensation and Benefits, Diversity, etc.Possibility to sign an internship agreement with the student's university or school is a must.BlueCamp is a program that aims to create a community in which each of you will learn and share experiences and receive training for your personal and professional development at IBM.If your background is related to Work Sciences, Law, Labor Relations, Human Resources, Psychology or Sociology and you have a high knowledge of the Office Package (specially Excel) you can directly apply to this program. Medium/high level of Spanish and English is required.Availability from 6 to 8 hours per day is required - in a period of time from 6 to 12 months. Your internship will start right after you have been selected.Don’t forget to follow us on: Jobs at IBM Spain:

  • University students or recent graduates in degrees related to Human Resources such as Psychology, Labour Relations, Sociology, etc.

  • Medium/high level of English and fluent in Spanish.

  • Communication and teamwork skills.

Human Resources

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