ProHEALTH is one of the largest private multi-specialty medical practices in the Northeast and has been serving the health needs of Long Island and the Greater New York Metropolitan area since 1997. With over 900 providers in 300 locations, our goal is to provide quality health care to ensure that our patients get the right care at the right time.
We’re a dynamic and growing health care organization, offering a wide range of employment opportunities. We are seeking professional and dedicated individuals to be part of our team, where integrity, respect, accountability, and collaboration are among our core principles.
We offer our employees competitive compensation and benefits, flexibility and opportunity for growth and advancement.
The Human Resources Intern has the opportunity to handle a variety of HR responsibilities and attend meetings, which will give the intern exposure to core HR standards and practices.
This is a paid internship
· Assists the HR team by performing various administrative duties, including filing, answering phones, and sending mail.
· Assists with new hire orientation and provides administrative support for other new hire activities.
· Performs recruitment activities, including performing phone screens, setting up interviews, and tracking new hire paperwork.
· Provides excellent service to all employees.
· Supports the HR department by participating in projects as assigned by management.
· Current college student or recent graduate. Major or minor related to Human Resources or Business Administration.
· Ability to communicate in a professional manner, verbally and written.
· Proficient in MS Office programs.
ProHEALTH strives to maintain a workplace that accepts and appreciates the differences among our employees. The company will not discriminate against any applicant or employee based on age, race, gender, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, covered veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, status with respect to public assistance or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.