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Graduate Summer Associate, Human Resources | Federal Reserve Bank of New York | New York City

5 Dec 2019 8:19 PM | Dan Simonet (Administrator)

Attracting, managing, developing and retaining diverse, world-class talent is a top strategic priority for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The Bank's vision is to ensure that every employee has the opportunity to engage in exciting, high impact work that takes full advantage of and develops his or her capabilities. In line with this strategy, the Bank's Talent Management Function focuses on the acquisition, development and measurement of individual talent as well as organizational development, design and effectiveness.

Position Summary

In this role, the Summer Associate will be part of the OD&L department working to conceive and develop capabilities related to organizational effectiveness and aligned with the Bank’s People Strategy. Working closely with key stakeholders such as Human Resources Analytics, Human Resources Business Partners, HR Communications, and the Office of Diversity & Inclusion, the Summer Associate will support the team to develop and implement solutions that effectively address business needs.

Your responsibilities as a Summer Associate:

  • Support efforts around identifying opportunities for enhancing operational efficiencies in existing processes, proposing recommendations and collaborating with appropriate stakeholders to ensure our systems and processes are in support of Bank's current and future strategic intent.
  • Conduct methodologically sound needs analyses to identify competency requirements associated with core Bank-wide development activities, including classroom or technology-based training.
  • Collect and analyze quantitative and qualitative data to generate fact-based recommendations and measurement of progress for OD&L interventions and initiatives.
  • Support program management of one or more established processes around Learning, Talent and Performance Management.


  • Minimum of 1-2 years’ work experience, currently enrolled in a Master’s degree program in Industrial - Organizational Psychology or related field preferred.
  • Direct experience in learning and/or talent and performance management, ideally with experience in competency model development, career development, and succession planning.
  • Ability to identify and frame issues, synthesize information, and draw conclusions.
  • Demonstrated ability to link management and people strategy practices to overall business goals, and translating those linkages into specific program designs and execution.
  • Excellent project management expertise; ability to drive projects with a high level of timeliness and quality in deliverables.
  • Comfort and skill in collaborating with others to develop and drive solutions that drive Bank-wide and unit specific goals and objectives.

To Apply

Interested students can apply at the Federal Reserve bank site


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