Internship Program - Safety 2018 - 2019

Walsh is currently seeking Safety Interns for our projects all across the country.
Are you someone who thrives on managing your school work and solving problems? Are you excited about working for a family company where, when you push yourself, you will be recognized? For Walsh Interns/Co-ops, a good day is getting everything done on their to-do lists or helping to solve a pesky problem. A great day, is when they get to do both.
Walsh Interns/Co-ops are easy to follow because they speak with precision, order and efficiency. They get things done because they plan their work and then work their plan. Are you a student that puts the same amount of care into managing relationships as you do into managing your course load? If so, we might have something for you.
As a fourth generation family owned business, Walsh recruits students that will take ownership for ensuring things are handled right. Are you someone who likes to say "yes" to taking on more? Are you someone who gets things started without being asked?
If this sounds like you, then we want to hear from you. If you have what it takes, welcome to the family.
The Safety Intern will support and work with the on-site safety manager and safety staff to promote and manage Walsh Safety Programs. The Safety Intern position will be for a minimum of a 12 weeks. The Safety Intern will learn about multiple career paths in our company, and will be trained to become a full-time employee after college graduation. Some duties and responsibilities include:
Participate in field safety walks
Help safety manager with first day safety orientations for new employees
Complete accident and incident reports
Oversee safety and health of personnel working on company jobsites
Help safety manager coordinate project safety programs with subcontractors, ensuring company safety policies and procedures are understood and implemented
We are seeking students with the following qualifications:
Seeking a 4 year degree in Occupational Safety and Health or other related field of study
Previous Safety internship experience is a plus
Strong leadership skills
Excellent oral and written communication
Ability to prioritize work and meet project deadlines
Equal Opportunity Employer, Disability/ Veteran

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