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Target Hispanic Relations Position

JOIN US AS A Sr. Business Partner - Hispanic Relations

About This Opportunity

Help Target foster a culture where team members feel valued and rewarded. Recruit top talent, effectively onboard and encourage career development, and support team members and candidates for Target stores, Distribution Centers and headquarters.

Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of groundbreaking thinking and visionary goals. As a Sr. Business Partner - Hispanic Relations, you'll take the lead as you...

·Evaluate clients' Spanish communication needs. Advises on creating universally understood, accurate and "brand-right" Spanish materials for team members and guests.

·Translate communication materials for Spanish-speaking team members and guests; ensures timeliness, accuracy, and overall quality. Provides translation support to Human Resources and Employee/Labor Relations partners in ER Investigations.

·Write communication in Spanish using original messages in English for materials that cannot be translated, to ensure accuracy of communication objectives.

·Identify opportunities to improve training and communication within the Stores and DCs.

·Work with clients to determine best methods for design, development and deployment of communication. Uses identified tools, processes and vendors to execute projects in line with Target's Spanish Communications Standards. Research new technology for use in translation and communication development.

* 4 year college degree in Linguistics, Communications, Latin American Studies, or Education
* 3-5 years experience in translation and/or Hispanic Relations
* Native Spanish speaker
* Excellent written and oral communication skills and a desire to spend a considerable amount of time writing and editing
* Deep understanding of Spanish grammar and the impact of communication messages through out a diverse Spanish-speaking audience


Eligible team members will receive one of the best earnings packages anywhere, including competitive pay, all-around insurance coverage, 401(k), flexible scheduling, training and development and many other perks and benefits. Target is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and is a drug-free workplace.

About Target

Expect the Best. At Target, we have a vision: to become the best - the best culture and brand, the best place for growth and the company with the best reputation. We offer an inclusive, collaborative and energetic work environment that rewards those who perform. We deliver engaging, innovative and on-trend experiences for our team members and our guests. We invest in our team members' futures by developing leaders and providing a breadth of opportunities for professional development. It takes the best to become the best, and we are committed to building a team that does the right thing for our guests, shareholders, team members and communities.

Minneapolis-based Target Corporation serves guests at stores nationwide and at Target.com. Target is committed to providing a fun and convenient shopping experience with access to unique and highly differentiated products at affordable prices. Since 1946, the corporation has given 5 percent of its income through community grants and programs like Take Charge of Education®.

The Dell Thurmond Woodard Fellowship

The Dell Thurmond Woodard Fellowship, which includes one $5,000 grant for one student each year, is part of the Tisdale Fellowship program, a summer internship available to undergraduate and graduate students. Any student, undergraduate or graduate, who is interested in diversity and ethics issues, and in learning about high-tech public policy issues, can apply for this Fellowship.

The Dell Thurmond Woodard Fellowship was created in memory of the late Thurmond Woodard, Dell's former Vice President of Global Diversity and Chief Ethics, Privacy and Compliance Officer. Those interested should use the Eben Tisdale Fellowship Application, found at www.tisdalefellowship.org, and follow the instructions for submitting an additional essay on ethics and diversity. The Dell Thurmond Woodard Fellowship grant recipient will participate in the same program as those in the Tisdale

The Fellowship has two main elements:

1) Internship: Fellows participate an eight-week internship in the government relations office of a leading high technology company or association. In the recent past, fellows have interned at such companies as Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Philips Electronics and Monster Worldwide, as well as associations such as the Business Software Alliance or TechAmerica.

2) Issues Seminar: The issues seminar is a weekly lunch hosted by the different sponsoring companies and associations. Expert speakers lead discussions of current public policy issues in Washington, and the methods the high technology industry uses for effective advocacy.

The Summer 2010 Fellowship runs from June 14th - August 6th, 2010. The goal of the Fellowship is to create a supportive and collegial environment in which a new class of public policy professionals will be mentored to help ensure that the high-tech industry continues to have highly capable and well-trained individuals in both policy advocacy and senior management positions. The Final deadline for all applications is February 15, 2010.

Students may find more information and apply at www.tisdalefellowship.org. Questions? Contact Jonathan Tilley at info@tisdalefellowship.org or 202/986-0384.

Research Experience for Undergraduates

Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)

The Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory (RMBL) is now accepting student applications for our Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program. This program is funded by the National Science Foundation. Students are matched with mentors and conduct independent field research on topics such as climate change, animal behavior, pollination biology, plant ecology, veterinary research, and more. REU awards cover expenses and pay a $4750 stipend. Students from under-represented groups are encouraged to apply. The deadline to apply for an REU award is February 15, 2010.

All information is available on the website: http://www.rmbl.org/education

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