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HR Intern


Glasgow, GB

Work Arrangement:  Onsite


Dover Precision Components ‘DPC’ (‘the Company’) is part of Dover Corporation’s (‘the Parent Company’) Pumps and Process solutions segment. DPC holds market leading positions globally and delivers performance-critical solutions across the oil & gas, power generation, marine, industrial, chemical and general processing markets. We design and manufacture mission-critical equipment components to deliver more affordable, cleaner energy solutions and enable manufacturers to operate more efficiently.


Dover Precision Components delivers products and services that enhance performance, improve safety, reduce carbon emissions, and accelerate clean energy adoption, through collaborative customer relationships, expert engineering, and an innovative culture. Our strong Company portfolio is comprised of long products and services offered under Cook Compression, Cook Mechanical Field Services, Waukesha Bearings, Waukesha Magnetic Bearings, Inpro/Seal, Bearings Plus, and FW Murphy Production Controls. Our global footprint reaches more than twelve locations in the Americas and more than six locations in Europe and China.


We are diligent in recognizing our employees’ needs and providing an enriching experience through professional developmental opportunities. Our authentic, collaborative company culture, combined with a competitive suite of health and welfare offerings, emulates who we are. We are Dover Precision Components, #LifeAtDPC


Dover Precision Components is seeking an individual who is aspiring to, or embarking on, a career in HR and looking to gain exprience of working in an operational HR environment.


Your Responsibilities

In this role you will assist the Human Resources Generalist in ensuring Dover Precision Components remain GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) compliant.  

In doing so, you can expect to be carrying out the following types of activities: 
•    Audit and cleansing of employee files in line with our data retention schedule 
•   Transitioning storage of employee files from paper to electronic format 
•   Development and implementation of internal processes to ensure efficient ongoing adherence to GDPR principles 

About you

If you are an ambitious individual with innate attention to detail, who is keen to gain experience of Human Resources in practice, this would be a great opportunity for you. 

In order to get the most from this opportunity, you will ideally already be studying an HR qualification with an interest in supplementing this with practical experience. 

Whilst no previous experience of working in an HR position is required, some foundational knowledge of GDPR, gained through self-study and research is desirable. 


In summary

•    This is a fixed term opportunity anticipated to be for a period of 3-4 months.
•    You will come to the position with an awareness and general understanding of GDPR.
•    You will spend your time partnering with our HR Generalist to audit and cleanse our employee files, whilst modernising the storage of employee data to allow for more efficient ongoing adherence to GDPR principles. 
•    Through doing so you will gain valuable practical HR experience to supplement your studies.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without discrimination on the basis of race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, genetic information, or any other factors prohibited by law.


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