PDT Staff Writer
Fluor-B&W is offering paid internships to area students for the summer.
The summer internship program is for students who are 18 years of age or older at the time they begin the program. Qualified candidates must be eligible to work in the United States in accordance with Department of Homeland Security and Immigration and Naturalization regulations. In addition, the individual must also meet all of the following criteria:
• Must be enrolled in a participating four-year accredited college or university, or be a permanent resident of either Jackson, Pike, Ross, or Scioto County;
• Have a minimum GPA of 3.0;
• Pursuing an Bachelor’s Degree;
• Have completed a minimum of two semesters or three quarters of academic course work towards a specified degree relevant to Fluor-B&W’s scope of work.
“Our internship program provides an exciting opportunity to spend a summer working with a team of experienced professionals dedicated to the environmental remediation of the former PORTS site,” coordinator Todd Cron said. “Our organization strongly believes that internships are an important resource for students, which provides them with invaluable work experience as they prepare for their professional careers.”
Qualified candidates must be eligible to work in the United States in accordance with Department of Homeland Security and Immigration and Naturalization regulations.
Cron said internships last approximately 12 weeks, with students generally arriving in May or June. He said Fluor-B&W offers a variety of opportunities that provide hands-on experience in an exciting and dynamic work environment.
All candidates must submit their resume, and a one-page cover letter describing their career goals and interest in the organization via the Fluor-B&W Portsmouth LLC Career Portal website, https://fluorbwcareers.silkroad.com. Applications submitted via fax or mail will not be accepted. Applications must be completed by March 31, 2013.
Current Internship opportunities are offered in Business Services, Site Project Management, Human Resources, Planning and Site-wide Integration, Regulatory Planning and Stakeholders Affairs (Public Affairs), Environmental, Safety, Health, and Quality, Environmental Remediation, Waste Management, Nuclear Safety and Engineering and Nuclear Operations.
These internships are offered to enable the student to gain hands-on experience while contributing to our mission.
For questions or more information, contact Todd Cron in Human Resources at 740-897- 2049 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frank Lewis may be reached at 740-353-3101, ext. 252, or at email@example.com.