As one of our part-time employees in the Baroness Erlanger Scholars program, you will receive an unparalleled opportunity to work for an industry leader and gain real world business knowledge. This is a highly visible role and is developing a talent pool for possible full time employment opportunities.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
The EHS scholars will:
Serve in a variety of capacities based on departmental need.
Gain valuable experience from EHS mentors, highly qualified field experts in business, information technology, payer relations, industrial engineering, accounts payables/receivables, community relations, and more.
Attend a monthly meeting held by the EHS Scholars Program Coordinator with all other EHS scholars to discuss learning outcomes, future goals, and more.
Complete the requirements as directed by the university for internship credit if credit is desired.
The scholars program lasts up to one academic year, (3 semesters for summer start, 2 semesters for fall start), and scholars are paid while having the option of earning 3 credit hours from the university.
Part-time standards are 15-19 hours per week between 8 A.M. - 6 P.M. The work schedule will be developed around the university class schedule.
Must be a Chattanooga State Community College or UTC student with a minimum of 60 completed credit hours, a rising Senior, and a 3.0 GPA.
No experience required, however, must show responsibility, professionalism, and a desired to achieve in a fast-paced work environment.
Position Requirement(s): License/Certification/Registration
Department Position Summary:
As an Erlanger Scholars Intern, students will be responsible for one or more activities within the department with supervisors that administer the processes. The intern will assist with identifying and resolving operational issues and support process improvements and work cross-functionally with internal teams as directed by the supervisor. The intern will have the opportunity to own and deliver on portions of several relevant plan projects. As applicable, the intern will develop and utilize root cause analysis techniques and strategy, maintain and improve departmental protocols, participate in training to foster knowledge transfer within the organization, engage in customer service related improvement initiatives, and create and deliver impactful and creative presentations.
|Date Posted||November 6, 2018|
|Date Closes||February 4, 2019|
|Located In||Chattanooga, TN|