Our Talent Acquisition Team (TaT) is on the front lines of enticing, engaging, and welcoming new talent. We partner closely with one another, as well as with other VSAers, to make sure we hire current and potential leaders who are passionate about their crafts and career paths.
The Resource Management Team works closely with internal teams to make sure our projects are properly staffed and gives an enterprise view of capacity and demand. We focus on people, processes, tools and systems that help make VSA an ideal place to work and perform.
Our Talent Acquisition and Resource Management intern knows that being labeled “OCD” is a compliment because it’s often the small things that can make or break an experience. He/she will help us provide a high quality experience to both colleagues, candidates, and freelancers through masterful coordination of all the steps along the way to ensuring a great hire. And, he/she will help our team keep its own train on the tracks in terms of our internal initiatives. Our intern will learn the ins-and-outs of the recruitment and resourcing processes, including nuances in the screening process, and will get a taste of the strategic, longer-term work that is the full realm of the Talent Team.
A little about the VSA Summer Internship Program: If you’re looking for another bullet point on your resume, look elsewhere. At VSA, like much of what we do, we take our internship program seriously. Which means our interns work on “real work,” with real meetings, deadlines, and business challenges from our brands and clients. This is the education you won’t get in a classroom. Consider it career practice, with the freedom to learn, make mistakes, refine, question and tag along. You’ll work with an individual mentor and supervisor in a unique cross-disciplinary environment focused on brand, communications, marketing and digital. As part of the larger program, you’ll take part in intern meetings, team outings, activities and initiatives (can you say networking?). And yes, it’s paid, with an hourly rate, for 40 hours/week, on-site. It starts June 4th. Bet you can’t wait for summer.