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Human Resources Internships in Ireland

Surveys conducted on the influence of the human resources sector in Ireland indicate an upward trajectory, with an expectation of growth in over half of the existing human resource teams. Internships in Human Resources in Ireland have proven to be a great stepping stone towards launching a fulfilling career, as Ireland aims to preserve its competitiveness in the global market, by maintaining employee engagement, addressing skills shortages, and retaining the best global talent.


Our alumni have interned at 3,000+ organizations including

Responsibilities at Human Resources Internships in Ireland may include:

  • screening and interviewing potential candidates to fill vacancies
  • performing inductions and orientation sessions for new staff members
  • formulating and delivering training programs to enhance employee performance or well-being
  • undertaking disciplinary action for employees overstepping company policies and boundaries
Responsibilities at Human Resources Internships in Ireland may include:

Internships in Human Resources in Ireland

Here are a few examples of roles that our Human Resources Interns have taken on before:


  1. Employment Specialist

    An employment specialist effectively selects the right candidate to fill a vacant position by having an in-depth understanding of the business, its requirements, and its culture. Skilled employment specialists may find work within the human resources team of a specific company, or work for an external employment agency. Interns may be required to participate in interviews and/or assess applications.

  2. Training and Development Manager

    Responsible for improving the productivity of employees, focusing on the internal aspects of a company, often achieved through the creation and implementation of programs that maintain or upgrade the skills of employees. Interns may be required to contribute to such initiatives and also conduct periodic evaluations of various teams’ skill sets.

  3. Global Human Resources Specialist

    While some companies prefer to recruit from local candidates, a global human resources specialist is necessary for organizations seeking to recruit from the global talent pool. Interns in this role will gain an understanding of different cultures and methods of effective communication, as well as knowledge of relevant immigration, tax, and other legal legislation.

  4. Payroll Specialist

    Interns with an interest in data capturing and accounting, can shadow a payroll specialist, and may be tasked with responsibilities such as executing accurate and timely payroll transactions, ensuring all payroll information, such as leave balances, are updated, as well as providing relevant taxation documents for employees.

The Human Resources Industry

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Also known as the people profession, a career in human resources can be extremely rewarding. If you are interested in people and have great communication skills, then internships in Human Resources in Ireland could be the perfect way to experience the many facets of this in-demand sector. In Ireland, HR is becoming increasingly represented at senior levels, offering a great opportunity to positively affect change in both the organization’s leadership as well as company-wide culture.


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“Take this opportunity to not just see yourself as another intern, but to really take hold of the opportunity and use it as a stepping stone to get to where you want to be.“

Ashley & Lexi Youth Work

“You owe it to yourself right now and for the rest of your life to apply yourself and get out of your comfort zone.“

Erik Stettler Harvard Business School

“I feel like I'm learning new things everyday and more importantly, I enjoy coming to my internship everyday.“

Javier Ritter Saint Louis University

“Living in London and interning here has taught me that I am a very adaptable person. I've decided that I want to join a touring company and travel around the world.“

Chloe Schneider University of California Irvine

“Sometimes when you’re looking for an internship it’s hard to find somewhere where you’re doing the actual work. If you don’t show up a day it doesn’t really affect anything but here you’re actually a part of a team where you can see the work you’ve done.“

Katie Jones Skidmore College

“This remote internship helped me to realize that I want to study computer science and that this is something that I'm passionate about. It's also something that I wouldn't have explored had I not done this internship.“

Sarah Swendseid Gap year student

“I got here and within three weeks I launched a space balloon. We were the first company in South America to launch any space involved system.“

Peter Panigiris Student from Australia

Learn More About our Human Resources Internships in Ireland

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Our interns are all placed with top-tier organizations, to provide you with the best exposure to the wide variety of roles that are represented within the human resources sector. With the growing demand for skilled human resources professionals in Ireland, learn more about our internship program in Ireland here.

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