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- Oxford, UK
- Full-time employment
- Posted on 22 Oct, 2018
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Human Resources Placement
The UK Human Resources team are looking for a HR Intern to join them for a one year programme to provide HR support for the UK.
Oracle has 5,500 employees in the UK – a number which is constantly increasing. The HR team provide support for employees and the business. During the year the successful candidate will have the opportunity to gain a breadth of experience by working within and supporting a number of different functions within HR.
So what are you waiting for? Be our next great employee. We’re looking for talented people who want to help our 400,000+ customers to use Oracle innovations to make the world a better place for everyone.
What will you be doing?
Oracle is a fast moving global organization which is constantly changing. We are offering a varied and interesting HR Intern Programme providing an excellent opportunity for the successful candidate to begin their career in HR. Below are the areas and types of projects/experience you are likely to be exposed to during the programme.
The HR Central Team is the employee interface. They answer 30,000 emails and 5,000 calls from employees per annum. This team is a great starting point for gaining experience as you are exposed to a wide range of queries from employees including the following:
- Benefit advice
- Reference requests
- Policy advice
- Holiday queries
- Leaving and joining Oracle
- Harmonisation following acquisition
- Data corrections
- Self Service support
The HR Central team also manage HR Operations relating to Mergers & Acquisitions, redundancies, job offers and inductions, Sick Pay, Maternity Pay etc.
The Compensation and Benefits Team (C&B) work on a number of projects throughout the year. Examples include:
- Harmonisation of pay and benefits following Mergers & Acquisitions
- Salary Range reviews
- Select flexible benefits programme
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to get involved in projects taking place at the time.
The HR Business Partners (HRBPs) provide support for the business directly liaising with managers. They get involved in a number of projects dependent on current business needs and Merger & Acquisition activity. There may be opportunity to get involved in these areas as the need arises.
The HRBPs also continually work on Employee Relations issues - the successful candidate will have the opportunity to sit in on grievances, disciplinaries, performance improvement processes, and redundancy processes and will witness how these processes are conducted in a real workplace.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with and be coached by the HR Business Partners throughout the programme.
What will you learn?
- A range of skills and experience in various areas of HR
- Exposure to and understanding of Policies and Processes
- Real experience of working in a fast-paced HR department
- Working as part of a team
What we look for:
- A genuine interest in developing a career in Human Resources
- A willingness to learn and develop
- Enthusiasm and professionalism
- A self-motivated individual
- Good communication skills
- Ability to remain focused under pressure
- Ability to work as part of a team
From the data center to the cloud, Oracle is eliminating the complexity that stifles business innovation. By simplifying the business environment, Oracle enables its customers—400,000 of them across a wide variety of industries in more than 145 countries—to innovate faster and create added value for their own customers.
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