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Stage/Internship - Digital Workplace Community Manager

Join us as a Digital Workplace Community Manager and make a difference!

Are you looking for an exciting and rewarding internship that will help you develop your skills and boost your career prospects? Do you love using digital tools to make your work easier and more efficient? Do you have excellent communication skills and a knack for engaging others? If so, you might be the perfect fit for our Digital Workplace Community Managerposition at John Cockerill.

John Cockerill is a global leader in engineering and manufacturing solutions for various industries. We are on a mission to transform our company with the power of digital tools, such as Microsoft Office 365 and others. As a our Digital Workplace Community Manager, you will be part of the team that is responsible for helping our employees adopt these tools and improve their productivity.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Create and publish engaging content (such as news, tips, videos, etc.) that showcases the benefits and features of digital tools.
  • Communicate with different audiences (such as communities of practice, specific departments, champions networks, business committees, etc.) and on different channels (such as intranet, social network, etc.) to promote your content and encourage feedback.
  • Animate the Digital Workplace Community of Practice and the network of ambassadors who support the digital transformation.
  • Participate in induction days, onboarding of new employees, and other events/training such as O365 Coffee Corners.
  • Evaluate the adoption of tools using various key performance indicators.
  • This internship is ideal for you if you have:

  • A strong interest in digitalization at work.
  • A good knowledge of or curiosity about productivity tools and methods (such as time management, brainstorming, retrospectives, task management, note management, multi-tasking, inbox management, agile methodologies, etc.).
  • Communication skills such as writing, speaking, listening, presenting, etc., especially the ability to make IT subjects easy to grasp for non-IT people.
  • Community management skills such as visual facilitation, workshop animation, engagement strategies, etc., to create a sense of belonging and collaboration among our community.
  • You also need to have a good level of English and French.

    This internship offers you a valuable learning experience that will prepare you for a career in the highly regarded digital fields.

    Are you interested in this internship? Let us know and apply now.

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