INTERNSHIPS Of course, students are always looking for internships. The following opportunities are currently available; of course, others may be available, but we’re likely not aware of them. Check corporate and government job posting websites (e.g., see below) to find them on your own. You can also contact Bob for more details if you’re interested in one of these.
Co-ops with Emerson Electric (Sidney, OH). Search for Job ID ECT-00001235 (January 2014 start) or Job ID ECT-00001236 (June 2014 start)
Land O' Lakes: EHS Grad Internship (Arden Hills MN: Corporate Level within Supply Chain and Operations)
If you have 10+ years of experience in the safety profession, I should mention that there are recruiters looking for you with job openings all over the country that I can't post here. See the bottom of the page or feel free to contact me - if I have anything current, I'll pass it on.
The following are job postings current as of 10/15/2013:
Multiple positions at 3M including two entry level EHS positions in their Optimized Operations (O2) program (Maplewood, MN and Knoxville, IA), an IH position (Maplewood), and an EHS engineer (Eden Prairie, MN)
US Steel (Minnesota and elsewhere). Search under “Salaried Opportunities.”
Case New Holland (Iowa and elsewhere). Use "safety" or related as a keyword to search openings - most listings are EHS manager positions.
3M (Minnesota and elsewhere). Use "safety" or related as a keyword to search openings.
Cargill (use "safety" or related as a keyword to search).
The Minnesota Safety Council (MSC) also maintains a list of job postings. Check back frequently as they typically delete postings after 30 days. While there, check out the rest of the site to learn more about the important role that the MSC plays in keeping all of us safe.
These positions have no closing date listed, are not listed online and were received in the past 120 days. Please contact the company/organization directly as these positions may no longer be available.
Regardless of your political views, safety is something on which we can all agree. And, of course, government agencies at all levels and across the country post safety-related jobs.
Many cities and counties post their jobs on https://www.governmentjobs.com/index.cfm, including St. Louis County in Minnesota. If you’re looking for a safety-related job in a specific part of the country, this site is worth a look.
The State of Minnesota posts positions at http://www.careers.state.mn.us/. For example, the Minnesota Department of Human Services frequently posts safety-related positions.
The State of Wisconsin also posts positions at https://wisc.jobs/public/index.asp. For example, as of 1/16/2013, the site contained a risk management position (#1204854) and an occupational health surveillance position (#1204852).
The Federal Government always has safety-related positions listed at https://www.usajobs.gov/. “Safety” seems to be a helpful keyword for searching, but using creative keywords sometimes turns up some unexpected surprises.
Some recruiters that frequently contact the program with national jobs in EHS include: