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🚀 Internship

Health and Safety (IH) Intern - Seattle City Light

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City of Seattle

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20d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

Seattle

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  • Undergraduate students must maintain a 2.0 GPA, possess a Washington state driver's license or obtain it within 30 days of hire, and be enrolled in an academic program in Industrial Hygiene, Safety, Chemistry, Biology, Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Sciences, or related field. They should also be enrolled in an accredited certificate, 2-year or 4-year program during the internship and be excited to learn and build professional relationships.
  • The Health and Safety Intern at Seattle City Light will be responsible for conducting chemical inventories, researching fire cabinets, eye wash, and safety showers, visiting utility sites to learn about operations, and assisting with exposure assessments.
Applications are closed

Off-cycle Internship

Science•Seattle

Description

  • This Health and Safety Intern will work on the Safety, Health and Wellness team and will have an emphasis on Industrial Hygiene. The intern will report into the Industrial Hygiene Manager.

Learning Objectives Include:

  • Identify the criteria for flammable cabinets, eyewash and safety showers for chemical storage and safety.
  • Anticipate hazards and conduct exposure monitoring on high hazard tasks.

Requirements

  • Undergraduate students will need to maintain a 2.0 GPA or above throughout the internship.
  • Must have a Washington state driver’s license in order to operate a City motor pool vehicle, or the ability to obtain the license within thirty (30) days of hire with Seattle City Light.
  • Preferred Areas of Study:
  • Enrolled in an academic program in Industrial Hygiene, Safety, Chemistry, Biology, Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Sciences, or related field.
  • Enrolled in an accredited certificate, 2-year or 4-year program during their internship.
  • You will be successful if you have the following experience, skills, and abilities:
  • Excited to learn and build professional relationships.

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Undergraduate

Area of Responsibilities

Science

Responsibilities

  • Complete chemical inventories
  • Research on fire cabinets
  • Research on eye wash and safety shower
  • Visit sites to understand operations of the utility
  • Help with exposure assessments

Application process

  • Resume
  • Cover letter explaining how your coursework, activities, and experience qualify you for this internship
  • Your unofficial transcript - including current coursework, next term registration (if available at the time of application), and cumulative GPA

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Application deadline

Feb 13, 2024

Location

Seattle