Greater Salt Lake area
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This unpaid internship provides a learning opportunity for a student to work with a leading disaster preparedness organization. The ICDP Intern supports the Intermountain Center for Disaster Preparedness team in their efforts to improve and enhance the Center’s mission to be a Center of Excellence for integrated community-based disaster readiness and resilience through collaborative education, training, research.
- This is an unpaid internship opportunity. Applicant must be a student in an accredited school or a program that will allow them to obtain university/college credit for an internship class.
- The selected intern will begin fall semester (January – May 2019). This internship is part- time with hours that fall within the standard work day (8 am to 5 pm). Hours can be flexible within that time frame throughout the week.
- The internship experience will be based at the Intermountain Center for Disaster Preparedness located in LDS Hospital.
The intern will:
- be assigned one or more specific projects during the internship. Will work independently or as a member of a team to accomplish the tasks necessary to successfully complete the project
- produce an outcome that meets school requirements and demonstrates operational abilities
- participate and be involved in a variety of learning projects: work with the members of the team to identify solutions and perform tasks that accomplish individual and team goals.
- attend department meetings and actively participate in knowledge sharing as it relates to duties
- gain knowledge and participate in the daily functions of the Center. By the end of the internship, the student will have experienced most aspects of a disaster preparedness center.
- work with the ICDP social media to keep it current
Criteria for selection:
- Students in emergency response or emergency management fields, who are in an undergraduate program at an accredited institution
- Students in public relations, communications, marketing, or public health administration* with and interest in emergency management/disaster preparedness, who are in an undergraduate program at an accredited institution
- Proficient in Microsoft Office, especially Excel, PowerPoint, and other creative software programs
- Strong interpersonal and presentation skills
- Strong analytical and quantitative skills
- Strong project management and multi-tasking abilities
- Self- starter and able to work independently
- NOTE: There is no patient contact or clinical aspect to this internship
Working Hours 24
Primary Work Location LDS Hospital
Expertise Training Opportunities / Internships / Events: Unpaid
Job Type Part Time
Location US-UT-Salt Lake City