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Corporate Citzenship Support Intern (12 months) - 1st July 2021 start-200012G1Applicants are required to read, write, and speak the following languages:English
Join as a Corporate Citizenship Intern (12 Months)
Oracle is leading the digital revolution. We are empowering nearly half a million businesses across the globe to turn untapped potential into real business value. Kick-start your career with some real responsibility and an incredible learning experience.
What You’ll Do
Join a fun and flexible team and enhance your skills to build a solid professional foundation. As a Corporate Citizenship Intern you will: Promote Oracle’s world-leading Volunteering Programme with passion and enthusiasm Become an advocate for volunteering in Oracle UK and help grow our community of volunteers Lead your own local and UK-wide volunteering projects, working with a range of charities Monitor employee participation, produce slides and presentations for senior management and key stakeholders Provide guidance and advice on compliance with local and global policies Promote volunteering opportunities through internal communication channels, including quarterly newsletters, inspiring your colleagues to join you in helping change people’s lives Co-ordinate strategic planning meetings (agenda’s, logistics, attendees, minutes, actions) Assist Corporate Citizenship Leads in the running of the programme in the UK
What’s In It For You? Benefit from joining a supportive team who will assist your professional and personal development Learn how to build effective corporate communications for a variety of audiences, at all levels and across a range of mediums Practice and improve presentation skills Build a personal network of colleagues across teams, organisations and communities around the globe Develop software skills using Slack, Dreamweaver, PowerPoint etc. Participate in various Employee Resource Groups and communities, including the UK Intern Community
What You’ll Bring
Let’s see what you can achieve when you dare to be yourself. What we are looking for:
Undergraduate students completing a one year university placement program Energetic, articulate and motivated students on course for a 2:1 degree or higher with the right attitude and aptitude to succeed in a fast-paced business High level of energy, drive, enthusiasm, commitment, self-belief and achievement-orientation A real team player Good time management skills Good interpersonal skills Able to analyze data/situations and draw logical conclusions The ability to self-manage, with strong organisational and planning skills Self-motivated to continuously expand personal and professional knowledge Keen to learn and develop new skills, not afraid to fail Experience of working with MS Office products (Excel, PowerPoint and Word)
A career at Oracle is defined by you. We give you the freedom—and the skills—to write your own success story. Whatever avenue you go down, you’ll gain priceless learning experiences and be supported to do your best work.
Detailed Description and Job Requirements
- As part of Oracle's employment process candidates will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment screening process. This will involve identity and employment verification, professional references, education verification and professional qualifications and memberships (if applicable).
- Education Level
- Working hours per week
- 4 - 40
- Type of Contract
- Casual / Part Time Jobs
- Published at
- Profession Sub-category
- Customer Service
- Full UK/EU driving license preferred
- Car Preferred
- Must be eligible to work in the EU
- Cover Letter Required