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We’re one of Canada’s largest pension investment managers, with CAD$230.5 billion of net assets as at March 31, 2022.  
We invest funds for the pension plans of the federal public service, the Canadian Forces, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Reserve Force. Headquartered in Ottawa, PSP Investments has its principal business office in Montréal and offices in New York, London and Hong Kong. 


Capturing and leading complex global investments requires us to work as one to seize valuable opportunities, in close collaboration with some of the world’s top companies. At PSP, you’ll join a team of motivated and engaged professionals, dedicated to propelling our organization further than ever before. 



At PSP, we encourage our employees to grow, forge powerful relationships, contribute and fuel inspired investment launchpads. We are committed to a culture that fosters collaboration and allows us to think beyond, in an interconnected way. We advocate for our employees to speak-up, learn, experiment, share, and be part of an inclusive work environment where diversity is embraced.  




The HR Business Partner team is at the center of our HR business delivery model and is responsible for the delivery (in partnership with the extended HR team and the business) of PSP’s talent strategies and agenda across our global offices in Montreal, Ottawa, New York, London and Hong Kong. The HR Business Partner team works in a matrix structure of global vertical business group leads and regional, locally focused HR Business Partners and the Intern and Business Partner will support the London team.  




As an Intern and Business Partner, Human Resources, you’ll:  

  • Partner with HR Business Partners on employee life-cycle activities 

  • Analyze business requests and liaise with the Employee Experience team executing employee life cycle changes in the Workday system 

  • Assist in the preparation of HR memos, letters, reports and other pieces of correspondence to employees and format presentations  

  • Manage administrative tasks related to payroll, benefits, immigration and other onboarding tasks

  • Support the HR Business Partners on engagement and performance management initiatives across various groups in the organization 

  • Assist in any employee relations meetings. Taking minutes and following up on action items 

  • Help carry out various projects led by the Human Resources Business Partner team 



  • Enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management or related field 

  • Ability to understand HR policies  

  • Intermediate knowledge of MS Office (Excel, PPT, Word) 

  • Ability to work as part of a team, in a spirit of cooperation, and maintain excellent interpersonal relations 

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and spoken 

  • Keen sense of proactivity, prioritization and organization 

  • Ability to manage several files at the same time without missing deadlines 

  • Attention to detail and analytical skills 

  • Flexibility, adaptability and interest in being part of a growing organization 

  • High level of discretion and professionalism 

  • General knowledge of UK employment laws and government programs, is an asset 



At PSP, we aim to provide an inclusive workplace where we leverage diversity and where everyone feels valued, safe, respected and empowered to grow. As part of this leadership commitment, we strongly encourage applications from all qualified applicants and strive to offer an inclusive and accessible candidate experience. If you require any accommodation for any part of the recruitment process, please let us know.  

This position is located in our offices in London. 


Length of internship: January – June 2023 


Deadline to apply: October 2, 2022 


Visit us on LinkedIn.  


Vaccination: We are committed to a healthy and safe work environment. As a Canadian Crown Corporation with offices around the world, we adhere to Canadian and local government guidelines regarding COVID-19. Vaccination is not currently a mandatory employment criteria. However, this is subject to change, depending on Canadian and local government guidelines.