Safety Internship

The Safety Program at the Corning Museum of Glass is seeking a part-time intern to join a fast-paced, creative environment where Safety Never Ends. Safety is a function of the Human Resources Department.  Responsibilities include all aspects of both staff and public safety.  Additional functions include project management, training, ADA compliance and security.

Responsibilities

The Safety Intern will learn about various aspects of organizational safety and OSHA standards. The intern will focus on a project dealing with Lockout/tagout machine specific procedures. Brady Lockout Writer software will be used to produce machine specific procedures that include pictures of energy sources and the steps necessary to achieve zero energy state. The spring internship is part-time (up to 20 hours/week).

Learning/Training Opportunities

  • Gain an understanding of organizational safety management systems
  • Learn about applicable OSHA standards for Lockout/tagout.
  • Experience using Lockout Writer Software
  • Learn about public safety including Life Safety Codes

Qualifications/Requirements

  • Currently enrolled Sophomores, Juniors or Seniors at a College or University with a minimum grade point average of 2.5
  • Safety-related degree majors, such as occupational safety, safety management, or human resources.
  • Experience with data entry – accuracy is important
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Ability to work independently or as an integral part of a team, take initiative, and be a self-starter

Additional Benefits

  • $500 stipend to help cover travel expenses
  • 25% Discount in The Corning Museum of Glass Shops
  • 25% Discount in The Corning Museum of Glass Café
  • Free admission to the museum for you and your guests

Application Instructions

Please send your cover letter and resume to [email protected]. Application deadlines are:

  • January 1st for a spring internship
  • March 1st for a summer internship
  • August 1st for a fall internship