Summer 2021 Corporate Communications Intern - Pittsburgh, PA more...
Location:Pittsburgh, PA
Company:F.N.B. Corporation (FNB)
First posted:September 01, 2020
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Location: Pittsburgh

Primary Office Location:
20 East General Robinson Street. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 15212.
Join our team. Make a difference - for us and for your future.

Deadline to submit interest is October 30., 2020.

Internship Overview/Summary:

The purpose of this internship is to give a college student or a recent graduate the opportunity to gain experiences in Corporate Communications. FNB's Corporate Communications team oversees all information distributed to employees, customers, community members and shareholders, ensuring that it is accurate, relevant and timely.

This position will be primarily focused in internal communications, including working with FNB's intranet, The Vault, and drafting, editing and distributing employee communications for various internal departments, for example Human Resources and Information Technology. In addition, the individual will prepare, distribute, track, posts and monitor press releases highlighting Bank accomplishments, new endeavors, new hires and promotions and community relations efforts.

As the Corporate Communications Intern, you have the opportunity to apply your knowledge and skillsets of writing, communicating, editing, project management and more to real world scenarios at FNB. Throughout this experience, you will gain practical, challenging and meaningful hands-on work experience as a Corporate Communications professional with an organization that is consistently recognized as a Top Workplace and Best Place to Work.

Internship Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Perform content audits on FNB's intranet, The Vault, to ensure all content authors are publishing content in line with the established Content Author Guidelines
  • Assist in building new content and enhancing existing content on FNB's intranet, The Vault
  • Draft and post Company news articles to FNB's intranet, The Vault
  • Create, edit and distribute communications for internal departments, such as Human Resources and Information Technology
  • Brainstorm and execute strategic efforts to increase employee adoption of and engagement with FNB's intranet, The Vault
  • Serve as a proofing and copywriting resource for internal and external communications
  • Prepare, distribute, track, post and monitor press releases highlighting Bank accomplishments, new endeavors, new hires and promotions and community relations efforts
  • Participate and attend FNB related events/trainings that are scheduled for all Summer Interns

Learning Objectives:

Our internship programs are designed to ensure you gain valuable skills in your field of study while providing networking opportunities with professionals throughout the organization.

Over the course of the internship period you will:

  • Gain hands-on experience working for a dynamic and innovative organization while learning about the financial services industry
  • Work directly with assigned business leaders and professionals on various projects and assignments
  • Have the opportunity to participate in networking events and meetings
  • Have the opportunity to participate in corporate training opportunities to further aid in your professional development

Position Title:Intern
Business Unit:Multiple
Reports To:Varies Based on Assignment

Position Overview:
As an intern at F.N.B., you have the opportunity to experience daily what you learned in your finance or economics classes, see how banks work satisfying the needs of businesses and consumers, enhance leadership skills working with high-performing executives, learn the skills that differentiates F.N.B in the marketplace, understand interest rates and other key financial drivers, acquire credit skills key to portfolio health and learn complex regulatory compliance issues and more. Possible positions include key support areas such as Finance, Marketing, HR, Project Mgmt. and Accounting.

Primary Responsibilities:
Learn aggressively: Be open to new ideas and concepts, ask questions and be intellectually curious. Opportunities are based on assigned department, possible examples include organizational structures, business etiquette, interpersonal/conflict resolution/sales/negotiation skills, industry information, products and services and functional responsibilities for various Bank departments.
Analyze: Improve the quality of decision making by doing appropriate and thorough analysis. Potential examples are based on the department assigned but can include pricing decisions, financial analysis, qualitative analysis, credit risk mitigation, identifying borrowing needs, project timelines and marketing plans.
Communicate well: Deliver information in a clear, logical and effective manner. Convey information both in writing and orally. Flex style to effectively communicate in one-on-one, small group and large-group settings. Possible examples include business meetings, sales calls, training sessions, email communication and conference calls.
Display Teamwork: Work well with others to achieve group goals. Willing to leverage the experiences of members to generate improved results and maximum performance. Lead and follow with effectiveness. Willing to voice dissent and ask difficult questions. Listen, to learn. Examples include department or Intern projects.
Get Results: Be accountable, responsible for the output of one's effort. Willing to manage risk while pursuing innovative solutions or techniques. Flexible to change course to improve outcomes and results. Understand the criticalness of quality-output. Meet deadlines, getting things done on time and under budget. Possible examples will be numerous in virtually every department in the Bank.
Compliance/Integrity: Understand and follow all company policies and procedures. Meet all relevant legal and regulatory requirements. Complete required trainings and course work in a satisfactory manner and on time.
Complete project assignments in conjunction with rotations and work with appropriate oversight to complete. Learn to accomplish objectives by developing and prioritizing actions steps and establishing and communicating the work plan to the appropriate participants.
Performs other related duties and projects as assigned.
All employees have the responsibility and the accountability to serve as risk managers for their businesses by understanding, reporting, responding to, managing and monitoring the risk they encounter daily as required by F.N.B. Corporation's risk management program.
F.N.B. Corporation is committed to achieving superior levels of compliance by adhering to regulatory laws and guidelines. Compliance with regulatory laws and company procedures is a required component of all position descriptions.

Minimum Education:
High School or GED

Minimum Years Experience:
0

Special Skills:
Needs to be officially enrolled in an undergraduate bachelor program with a major in areas such as Finance, Accounting, Marketing or Information Technology.

Special Licenses and Certificates:
N/A

Physical Requirements:
N/A

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