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I received this email today and thought I would pass it on.

 

Please find listed below an opportunity for a HS&E summer internship 2011 with Rolls-Royce NA Crosspointe Prince George, Virginia, at the new aerospace manufacturing site.
Preference will be given to HS&E students who are looking to focus on HS&E as a career option vs. an engineering career. Candidates should be rising college Junior or Senior. This internship will be mentored by a Rolls-Royce Certified Industrial Hygienist and Certified Safety Professional.  This opportunity will help the candidate to develop skills to prepare for a career in an HS&E position immediately following his or her graduation. This position is to be filled within the next few weeks with the most qualified candidate. So please forward immediately to anyone you may think would be interested.  See attached file for additional job duties.
 
Please contact with any questions
 
Tom Rother, CIH, CSP
HS&E Engineer
Rolls-Royce NA - Crosspointe, Virgina
8800 Wells Station Road
Prince George, Va. 23875
(804) 518-7006 (Work)
(804) 638-7086 (Cell)
Tom.Rother@Rolls-Royce.com
 

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The Health, Safety & Environmental (HS&E) Intern will work directly with the Rolls-Royce NA Crosspointe HS&E Engineer with projects and programs that directly relate to the student's career path. This employee will be supporting the Rolls-Royce Crosspointe site, located in Prince George, Virginia with HS&E functions at a new aerospace manufacturing site.


This internship will be mentored by a Rolls-Royce Certified Industrial Hygienist and Certified Safety Professional.  This opportunity will help to develop skills to prepare for a career in an HS&E position immediately following his or her graduation.


Major Responsibilities Include: 

  • Conduct monthly HS&E inspections, prepare reports and track abatement of all observations. 
  • Review and revise HS&E site work instructions. 
  • Facilitate and/or conduct Risk Assessments for equipment and processes. 
  • Conduct training on local HS&E Work Instructions. 
  • Develop and document specific Lockout/Tagout procedures for equipment.
  • Assist the HS&E Engineer with required environmental reporting.
  • Review the waste minimization program and introduce new ideas for improvements. 
  • Conduct ergonomic assessments and recommend improvements.  

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Pam,

You should post this on IUPs Safety Sciences job board. Job Opportunities

You're right, I should.  So how have you been?

oh, that's you!!  Didn't make the connection with the name change haha.  I'm pretty good.  Back in PA looking for work.  How are you?   And how's NOVA treating ya?

Brian,

Yeah, I got married. 

 

If you have any interest in system safety (very integrated, proactive, risk-based, systems approach to keeping people safe - from the procurement of a product or design of a process throughout use to disposal) and wouldn't mind moving to the NoVA area, there are a number of jobs here.  Search http://www.indeed.com for "system safety".  Look for companies like SAIC, L-3, URS, Kratos, CACI, etc.

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