College Internship Summer Intern
Bangor Savings Bank Interns will perform job duties and an assigned strategic project to apply their classroom knowledge to a real work assignment to prepare individuals to the workforce, enhance their credentials and jump-start their career accomplishments. Interns will work under the direction and guidance of the department supervisor. Interns will receive onboarding, training and support and are expected to exhibit professional behavior and performance to remain true to the Bank’s mission and deliver on our You Matter More promise to help our employees, customers and communities prosper.
Internships are temporary employment assignments generally 12 weeks in the summer or an academic semester. This is not a benefits-eligible position.
All BSB internships are paid. Interns are compensated at the Bank’s current living wage rate.
Bangor Savings Bank will work with interns and their college or university to comply with reasonable requirements if academic credit is requested.
Perform responsibilities and duties for the assigned department (supervisors should provide function-specific tasks to be completed) where the intern can apply classroom knowledge
Complete assigned Project in full and on time and present to a panel of Bank leaders. The project must have defined objectives, learning goals and specific outcomes. The intern will complete 1-2 page executive summary of work/recommendation with a 10-minute oral presentation.
Work with supervisor and team members to integrate into the department and BSB’s culture. Collaborate and build relationships with other interns, bank leadership, and other departments.
Participate actively in the BSB Intern experience coordinated by the Talent & Diversity team to deliver a high-quality learning and work experience. The intern is responsible for establishing a relationship & communication with the Bank Intern Coordinator. The Intern Coordinator works with FocusMaine on external events, plans internal education sessions, and will serve as a bank contact for future employment with the Bangor Savings Bank.
Complete an internship evaluation to provide feedback to ensure continuous improvement to the Bank’s internship program.
Adaptability/Resilience – adapts to change, is open to new ideas, and takes on new challenges.
Critical thinking / analytical skills – exercises sound reasoning to analyze issues, contribute in decisions, and overcome obstacles.
Teamwork- promotes a team atmosphere, selflessly pitches in, shares information, partners well with others.
Initiative – takes action, operates as a pro-active self-starter, acts on opportunities to improve.
Integrity/Ethics/Judgment – deals with others in a straightforward, honest manner, is accountable for actions, maintains confidentiality, supports company values, and conveys news whether they be good or bad.
TEAMWORK, KNOWLEDGE/SKILL & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Current college student in positive academic standing and a history of academic success.
Proven leadership skills as evidenced by extracurricular, internship, community involvement and/or professional experiences.
High aptitude for creative problem solving and critical thinking based on previous education, work and volunteer experiences.
Strong communications skills – verbal, written and listening. Ability to Coach and be coached.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office products such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently and prioritize.
How to ApplyPlease visit: https://osv-bsb.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/BSB/job/Bangor-ME/Intern_R440 to see the full posting and to apply.
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