We’re looking for a Security Awareness and Training Intern to join our Governance Risk Compliance team in Amsterdam or Eindhoven.
Working for Signify means being creative and adaptive. Our culture of continuous learning and commitment to diversity and inclusion creates an environment that allows you to build your skills and career. Together, we’re transforming our industry.
As the world leader in lighting, we’re constantly ahead of the curve. Through our leadership in connected lighting and the Internet of Things, we’re breaking new grounds in data analytics, AI, and smart homes, offices, cities and more!
Signify is one of the few companies in the world to achieve carbon neutrality and our next sustainability goals are even bolder: doubling our positive impact on the environment and society by 2025.
As a Security Awareness and Training Intern you’ll be responsible for supporting the implementation of the Global Security Awareness Program.
You’ll be part of the Signify Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) Team within the Corporate Security Office. Therefore, exercising good judgment and handling confidential information with sensitivity must be in your DNA.
We’re on the lookout for forward-thinking innovators with a passion for sustainability. If you match this description, get in touch!
What you’ll do
You will perform the following tasks operating in a highly team-oriented, proactive, and cost-efficient environment:
Support the implementation of any of the Global Security Awareness Program initiatives
Create and contribute to any security communication and training (e.g., announcement, articles, report, posters, posts) to engage our employees in security topics.
Edit and review current security awareness documentations and materials to make them even more effective and easier to understand.
Engage with our employees in the company platforms (e.g., SharePoint, Yammer, MS Teams) and face-to-face to support them for any security awareness and training related matters.
Support a wide range of projects (e.g., measure the Global Security Awareness Program through relevant metrics, Annual Security Questionnaire) and events (e.g., Security Awareness Month) as a delegated resource for miscellaneous task completion of the Global Security Awareness Program.
Proactive, creative, team player, structured way of working, eager to learn any new topic.
Very good knowledge and experience with MS products and social platforms (e.g., Yammer).
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of other languages (e.g., Spanish, French, Chinese, Polish) is highly considered.
Ability to form complex communications messages in a simple, clear, concise, and engaging manner to the various stakeholders.
Passion and energy for new challenges and high aptitude for learning new topics,
concepts, tools with attention to detail.
Available for a minimum of 6 months, starting from September 2021.
What you’ll get in return…
Internship allowance: the exact amount depends on your situation (also towards rented accommodation or public transportation)
Paid leave on the basis of 1 day per month.
Extensive set of tools to drive your career, such as a personalized learning platform, free training, and coaching.
Opportunity to purchase products in the staff shop (MyShop) at reduced prices.
What we promise
We’re committed to the continuous development of our employees, using our learning to shape the future of light and create a sustainable future. Join the undisputed leader in the lighting industry and be part of our diverse global team. #WeAreSignify #SignifyLife
EU/EER students: In order to be considered for this internship, you need to be registered as a student during the entire internship period. Formal documentation of this may be requested at any time.
Non-EU students in Dutch Universities: You need to be registered as a student and your university needs to sign the Nuffic Agreement. The internship needs to be a compulsory part of your studies (receive ECTS in turn). In case of non-compulsory internship, you need to have a letter from the university in which it states that your internship contributes to your personal development, what your learning goals are and what tasks you will undertake during your internship. The letter has to be signed and stamped by your university.
Non-EU students in non-Dutch Universities: You need to be registered as a student and the internship should be a compulsory part of your studies. Also, you need to be able to get the official approval of your university for this internship (Nuffic agreement).