Undergrad Intern/Business Management -WA River Protection Solutions

Title Undergrad Intern – Bus/Mgmt
Position Number 30358
Company WA River Protection Solutions
Location 2425STVCN/147/RCHN
Posted 01/29/2018
Closes 04/30/2018
Regular/Temporary Temporary

 

Job Responsibilities/Duties
The Internship Program at Washington River Protection Solutions (WRPS) provides professional development opportunities for students to gain valuable work experience on the Hanford Site, located in Southeastern Washington state. Opportunities are available in support of Project Operations and Project Support Services to include the following fields of practice (Operations and Maintenance, Construction and Project Management, Environmental, Safety, Health and Quality) and Project Support Services (Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Communications, Project Controls Management, Procurement, Internal Audit and Ethics and Compliance).

Internships are paid and are 10 to 12 weeks in duration. In route and return to point of origin will be reimbursed per WRPS Guidance. Housing and transportation are not provided. Lodging and transportation recommendations will be provided upon request.

Hanford, was established to produce the world’s first atomic bomb in the Second World War and continued producing plutonium for the Cold War efforts from 1945 to 1991. Washington River Protection Solutions’ mission is to safely handle the byproduct of this massive operation, to ensure a clean environment for future generations.

WRPS promotes equal employment opportunities to all participants based upon their training, performance, experience and overall qualifications. Maintaining a workforce that represents a cultural diversity is a core strategic objective at WRPS. WRPS fosters a work environment where employees recognize, appreciate, respect, and value winning contributions of all people, regardless of their differences.

Required Qualifications
U.S. Citizenship
Minimum GPA of 2.5
At least 18 years of age
At least two quarters/semesters of college education completed prior to the internship.
Enrolled as a full-time student (12+ credit hours) during the two quarters/semesters immediately preceding the start of the internship.

Desired Qualifications

Relocation Funding Provided No
U.S. Citizenship Required Yes
Clearance Required No
Job Classification SNE
Shift Work Required No

Apply:  https://bms.hanford.gov/hrisjp/SignIn.aspx?BU=TOC

Undergrad Intern/Engineering -WA River Protection Solutions

Title Undergrad Intern – Engineering
Position Number 30380
Company WA River Protection Solutions
Location 2425 Stevens Center
Posted 01/29/2018
Closes 04/30/2018
Regular/Temporary Temporary

Job Responsibilities/Duties
The Internship Program at Washington River Protection Solutions (WRPS) provides professional development opportunities for students to gain valuable work experience on the Hanford Site, located in Southeastern Washington state. Opportunities are available to support integrated technical solutions to the complex challenges of the Tank Operations Contract. Engineering disciplines include: process, mechanical, civil, structural, electrical, control systems and nuclear safety engineering; as well as advanced specialties such as Safety Instrumented Systems, Software Engineering, Process Information Management and Tank Farm Automation.

Internships are paid and are 10 to 12 weeks in duration. In route and return to point of origin will be reimbursed per WRPS Guidance. Housing and transportation are not provided. Lodging and transportation recommendations will be provided upon request.

Hanford, was established to produce the world’s first atomic bomb in the Second World War and continued producing plutonium for the Cold War efforts from 1945 to 1991. Washington River Protection Solutions’ mission is to safely handle the byproduct of this massive operation, to ensure a clean environment for future generations.

WRPS promotes equal employment opportunities to all participants based upon their training, performance, experience and overall qualifications. Maintaining a workforce that represents a cultural diversity is a core strategic objective at WRPS. WRPS fosters a work environment where employees recognize, appreciate, respect, and value winning contributions of all people, regardless of their differences.

Required Qualifications
U.S. Citizenship
Minimum GPA of 2.5
At least 18 years of age
At least two quarters/semesters of college education completed prior to the internship.
Enrolled as a full-time student (12+ credit hours) during the two quarters/semesters immediately preceding the start of the internship.

Desired Qualifications

Relocation Funding Provided No
U.S. Citizenship Required Yes
Clearance Required No
Job Classification SNE
Shift Work Required No

Apply:  https://bms.hanford.gov/hrisjp/SignIn.aspx?BU=TOC