Human Resources Internship Scheme


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We are now closed for applications for our 2017 Graduate, Internship and Placement Schemes. We will be opening for applications for our 2018 Schemes in August 2017.

AuthentiCity – 21st June 2017

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Your skills and talents

We take pride in attracting, developing and retaining people of the highest calibre. To do this it is vital we recruit the right people and then support them in their learning and development, their inclusion and wellbeing, and by providing the right policies and support for their career. Through these things, Human Resources are able to help employees grow to their full potential while enjoying a rewarding career with M&G.

Our Human Resources (HR) scheme will suit individuals with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, strong attention to detail and the ability to build strong relationships across the business. You will possess, or have been predicted a minimum 2:1 undergraduate degree from any discipline, with a minimum 300 UCAS points.

About the scheme

The programme will give you a practical introduction to the various HR teams at M&G and the wide scope of tasks and responsibilities that the department encompasses.

You will work closely with senior management and colleagues to expand your range of skills and competencies, as well as being able to make a genuine contribution to the organisation’s success from a very early stage.

The internship scheme will involve an 8 week placement in one of the 6 different HR teams.

Training and development

All interns take part in our comprehensive training which includes insights sessions on asset management and the M&G business units. These are designed to be suitable for those without industry knowledge, and will provide an understanding of the whole spectrum of business areas within M&G.

Interns are also invited to networking and social events, and provided with a buddy from our graduate cohort who will act as an informal support contact.