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Internship - Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Employer
Tiffany & Co.
Location
New York, New York, United States
Closing date
9 Mar 2023

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Function
Human Resources
Level
Intern
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At Tiffany, we drive DEI in all its forms to fully leverage the power of all our people-employees, clients and communities-to make Tiffany & Co. the most inclusive luxury brand.

The DEI summer internship plays a key role in driving DEI-an HR Focus Area- and helps deliver on Tiffany's 2025 Sustainability Goals. The DEI summer intern will support the programming, administration, and operations for the DEI department. The intern will work closely with the DEI Manager and Specialist on all aspects of the DEI Strategy-Talent, Culture and Brand.

Note: This is an exciting opportunity for the DEI department to invite new voices and perspectives to shape its programming and strategy, increasing diversity of thought for the team.

Dates: This position will begin on June 5th and end on August 11th. Candidates are asked to be available to work for the entire 10-week program.

Location: This position is in-person at our Corporate Headquarters in New York, NY.

Salary: Compensation for this position is $25 per hour working a total of 40 hours per week.

Key Accountabilities
  • Research best practices on DEI and employee engagement to help inform strategy and initiatives.
  • Provide production support for events and programming, including liaising with vendors, IT assistance, project timelines, etc. Support the ongoing activity of the Tiffany Global Employee Resource Groups and Tiffany Cares, Tiffany's employee philanthropy program.
  • Assist in developing and reviewing presentations, status updates, surveys and DEI weekly communications (e.g. DEI Newsletter).
  • Provide key administrative support as needed, including scheduling meetings, managing databases, and updating the DEI and ERG Sharepoint Sites to keep the Tiffany employee community informed and engaged.


Required Qualifications:
  • Currently enrolled or recently completed BA/BS or Master's degree
  • Strong interest in diversity, equity, and inclusion with high EQ
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • High level of organization with experience working on multiple projects concurrently


Required Qualifications:
  • Prior experience or exposure to DEI, community affairs, social justice, or related field
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