With over 155,000 employees, Macy’s Human Resources touches a lot of lives. As a Human Resources intern, you can be part of that people-focused effort. At the same time, you’ll learn valuable functional skills and fully participate in Macy’s overall business initiatives.
On this team, you’ll be exposed to and assist with the administration of a range of responsibilities, including benefits and compensation, training and development, and recruiting and performance management. Moreover, you’ll be working closely with a group of high-level executives, so you can expect your business acumen and leadership skills to improve significantly.
Our Human Resources Summer Internship is offered at our corporate offices in either Cincinnati, OH or New York, NY. The program starts in June.
Receive professional development through a combination of structured, hands-on, and classroom-style learning. You will have the opportunity to build relationships with other interns in corporate functions through participation in training classes and social activities. Additionally, you will have access to formal and informal mentors in your department. You will be able to explore the career opportunities available to you at Macy’s, specifically the Human Resources Executive Development Program.
As a Human Resources Intern, some of the projects you work on will include: developing succession plans, driving employee engagement strategies, analyzing benefits and compensation trends, recruiting talented executives, and setting the stage for the future of HR in our organization. You will be making an impact on our associate population throughout your internship as you work on strategic projects and collaborate with business partners.
As a Summer Intern, you are given 10 weeks to explore a role in Associate Relations, Compensation or Talent Acquisition, just to name a few! You will have the opportunity to interact with senior leaders and business partners, and learn from many successful Macy’s employees. This is your opportunity to gain further understanding of what it takes to run a company with hundreds of thousands of employees on a day to day basis. The internship program will give you insight into our full time opportunities, especially the Human Resources Executive Development Program.
A Human Resources Executive works within the professional business function that oversee's the management and development of an organization's workforce. With the advancement of technology and increased globalization, the strategic management of human capital is complex and interesting. Macy's Human Resources team is comprised of many important business functions such as Talent Development, Talent Acquisition, Labor Relations, Benefits, and Compensation.
The Human Resources Executive Development Program is a 2-year rotational program. During your 2-year program, you will experience 3 rotational assignments designed to give you practical experience in the art and science of human resources. At the end of the 2-year rotational program, you will have a big-picture view of how Macy's HR functional experts support business strategies through HR and Talent initiatives.
Analysts/Coordinators learn the operational components of an HR function while receiving significant exposure and development. This is a developmental role that prepares you for a Manager position.
HR Managers are given direct HR responsibility and are accountable for the productivity and results of their assigned area. This is a developmental role that prepares you for a Director position.
HR Directors supervise a team of direct reports and oversee the department's productivity and results.
HR VPs develop the overall strategy for their department and oversee the department's productivity and results.
HR GVPs lead the overall strategy and productivity of multiple HR departments.
In these senior level positions, HR Executives set the enterprise-level strategic direction for their function.
We are looking for rising Seniors, with one year left in an undergraduate program with a 3.0+ GPA from an accredited university. We consider all majors. You need to have a sincere passion for engaging with people, and the communication skills to match, along with leadership skills that include professional business ethics, assertiveness, and an aptitude for helping others solve problems.
The people are real. The places are real. The photos are real. Making this your perfect opportunity to go behind the scenes and get a genuine glimpse of Macy's Human Resources inner workings.