Environmental, Health and Sustainability Intern

<h4><strong>Our employees are our greatest asset. Join our team and you&rsquo;ll be among our many employees who are thought leaders; the &ldquo;go-to&rdquo; people in their field of expertise. They are trusted sources who lead with innovative ideas, develop ideas into reality, and use those ideas to create sustainable solutions that focus on changing the world of industrial heating.</strong></h4>

Ogden, UT


<strong>Chromalox, a Spirax Sarco Engineering company, is a thermal technology company. We engineer thermal solutions for the world&rsquo;s toughest industrial heating applications. Our Heat Trace division delivers temperature management solutions for piping systems, valves, and tanks. Our Industrial Heaters and Systems&nbsp;division delivers process heating solutions for revenue-generating industrial processes, and our Component Technologies&nbsp;division delivers component heating solutions for industrial equipment manufacturers. Chromalox was founded in 1917 and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, USA.</strong> http://www.chromalox.com/

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Overview: Environmental, Health Safety and Sustainability Intern Job Summary The Environmental, Health and Safety Intern role is an apprenticeship as an EH&amp;S Generalist to gain experience in an industrial manufacturing environment. The internships generally go three to six months in duration. As an Intern, you will learn the basic functions of the EH&amp;S professional in an industrial setting and will be exposed to different aspects of the manufacturing environment through direct hands-on experience at one of our manufacturing locations. Additional responsibilities may include basic calculations, participating in cross-functional teams, setting up and performing tests and monitoring, and many other related EHS activities. <div id="gtx-trans" style="position: absolute; left: -242px; top: 26.7639px;">&nbsp;</div>
Responsibilities: <ul> <li>Aids in measuring, testing, and tabulating data concerning EHS metrics and record keeping.</li> <li>Conducts testing and monitoring as needed, reports on results, and documents findings.</li> <li>Recommends revisions and updates for standard operating procedures and work instructions as needed.</li> <li>Completes work according to industry standards and regulatory requirements.</li> <li>Analyzes data in the form of leading indicators, lagging indicators, and employee feedback and concerns to identify trends and developing risks.</li> <li>Coordinate with other plant personnel at all levels to help address safety considerations.</li> <li>Assists with the improvement and development of EHS documentation, including procedures, forms, and checklists.</li> <li>Assists in the development, assessment, and improvement of health and safety training.</li> <li>Updates User Records in EHS Data Management and Learning Management Systems.</li> <li>Assist Sites in completing Functional Capacity Evaluations (i.e. Lifting, Pushing, Carrying Assessments)</li> <li>Monitors the implementation of EHS requirements, including training records and audit/inspection records</li> <li>Assists in the development of topic-specific EH&amp;S Toolbox Talks based on the current incident and audit trends.</li> <li>Ability to apply critical thinking methods: define problems, collect and interpret relevant data, establish facts, draw valid conclusions, and implement countermeasures.</li> <li>Ability to read, analyze, and interpret procedures and regulations.</li> <li>Ability to research, prepare, and format training and other written communications.</li> <li>Ability to write reports and business correspondence.</li> <li>Ability to track and collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.</li> <li>Attention to detail and accuracy in work is required. Must have an ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from employees, supervisors, and managers.</li> </ul>
Requirements: <ul> <li>Must be able to work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures.</li> <li>High energy level and a willingness to learn new things and approaches.</li> <li>Strong interpersonal and communication skills. An ability to communicate clearly and professionally with all levels of employees and leadership.</li> <li>Hands on with an appropriate sense of urgency, ability to work under pressure and manage multiple priorities and projects. Attention to detail is essential in addition to multi-tasking ability</li> <li>Ability to work on multiple projects at one time, maintain flexibility, and work independently</li> <li>Well organized and able to establish priorities.</li> <li>Ability to observe strict confidentiality.</li> <li>Follow &ndash; through on assigned tasks.</li> <li>Currently enrolled in a Bachelors Degree Program or higher pursuing a degree in Occupational Safety &amp; Health, Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Hygiene, or other related field.</li> <li>Must have at least 2 years of completed course work; ideally a Junior or Senior Student who is preparing to enter the workforce upon graduation.</li> <li>Computer literacy and proficiency with Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and database / recordkeeping applications.</li> <li>Basic knowledge and/or understanding of federal, state, and local laws and regulations pertaining to safety, health, and environmental programs.</li> <li>Prior experience developing written EH&amp;S policy is desired.</li> <li>Prior experience with recordkeeping or data management is desired.</li> <li>Must be authorized to work in the U.S. without sponsorship now or in the future. Chromalox will not offer sponsorship for this position.</li> </ul> <h4><strong>Core Competencies</strong></h4> <h4><strong>Personal Characteristics</strong></h4> <h4><strong>Qualifications</strong></h4> <h4><strong>Physical Demands and Work Environment</strong></h4> <p>Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.</p> <ul> <li>Must be able to lift 33 pounds.</li> <li>Work is in a manufacturing facility and may include time both in office and on the plant floor. Occasional work outdoors at the plant location may be required.</li> <li>May be exposed to high noise, heat, cold, vibration, dust, and moving equipment. Candidate must be able to wear necessary Personal Protective Equipment to fulfill job duties.</li> <li>Safety glasses and Steel toe / safety toe shoes must be worn on the production floor.</li> <li>May work at different workstations as required or shift from one work cell to another during the work process.</li> </ul> <h4><strong>Hours of Work</strong></h4> <p>Generally 40 hours per week Monday &ndash; Friday.&nbsp; Overtime may be required as determined by business needs.</p>