HR Intern

  • Company: The Glenmorangie Company Ltd.
  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Business group: Wines & Spirits
  • Contract type: Internship
  • Function: Human Resources
  • Experience required: Beginner
  • Reference No.: GLEN00034
  • Date of publication: 2019.04.16


Looking to start your HR career at a world leading luxury goods company? The Glenmorangie Company (LVMH) is currently looking for an enthusiastic HR Intern to join us on a six-month internship based at our Global Headquarters in Edinburgh.


What will I be doing?


You will be working as part of a small HR team, which presents plenty of opportunities to get involved in a variety of HR tasks and projects.


Tasks include:

  • Support the company Wellbeing at Work initiative, including proposing and planning events, and engaging participation throughout the company  
  • Support the development and implementation of our Employer Branding initiative, including planning the employer branding video and updating the employer brochure
  • Support the school strategy: liaising with key universities to organise events, participating in forums, preparing materials and presentations
  • Support the implementation of the Training Plan and coordination of training
  • Support the implementation of the Engagement Survey and related action plans
  • Work on LinkedIn strategy through LinkedIn company page updates; preparing, posting and eventually proposing news, posts, adverts etc
  • Support the team with general recruitment tasks such as scheduling interviews, etc.  
  • Support the PA with the boarding strategy with to ensure a smooth onboarding experience for new starters (update the Induction portal, buddy programme)
  • Provide ad-hoc administrative support to the HR Team


Do I have what it takes?


Qualifications & Skills:

  • Degree qualified ideally within HR/Business background
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint) essential and some knowledge of Excel
  • English: fluent in written and spoken
  • Able to work in the UK


Personal Attributes: 

  • Ability to work on own and to proactively manage tasks
  • Strong organisation skills and self-management
  • Good attention to detail and time management to be able to plan and execute tasks
  • Integrity to work with sensitive and confidential information
  • Able to build and manage relationships with stakeholders and partners
  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • Team player

Additional information

If this sounds like the role for you then we would love to hear from you. Please submit your CV and covering letter, including your salary expectations.


NOTE: Unsolicited introductions from employment agencies will not be accepted.