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QUIP

The Queen’s Undergraduate Internship Program (QUIP) offers employers an opportunity to hire interns for a 12-16 month period.  During the internship, students will have the chance to apply the knowledge and skills they have been gaining through their classroom and co-curricular experiences at Queen’s, while making a valuable contribution to your organization.

  • Internships are 12 to 16 month, paid, professional work experiences
  • Students are eligible to participate after completing their 2nd or 3rd year of undergraduate studies
  • The program is open to students from Engineering, Computing, and Arts & Sciences

You can apply for QUIP here.

Current Available QUIP positions:


 

SRK Consulting Inc. is hiring an intern for the role Co-Op Hydrogeology Student to start in Sept 2019.
  • Job tasks include:
    • Reduction and analysis of groundwater flow & quality data
    • Managing field program databases
    • Possible exposure to numerical modeling depending on the skills & interest of the student
    • Assisting with report preparation
    • Potential for participation on hydrogeological and geotechnical drilling programs
    • Providing project assistance to project managers as requested
    • Supports the coordination of marketing and communications for DDQIC programs by participating in short- and long-term planning and implementation.
    • This position is targeted to students in geology, geochemistry, environmental science.
    • They are looking for qualifications such computer skills and some experience with engineering software applications, attention to detail, strong work ethic and excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Closes on July 31, 2019
Dunin-Deshpande Queen’s Innovation Center is hiring an intern for the role Programming & Event Coordinator Intern to start in Sept 2019.
  • Job tasks include:
    • Prepare comprehensive estimates and contracts for rental clients, using the Space Use Agreement Document.
    • Responsible for all space rental billings including preparing and issuing invoices, and tracking amounts billed under the supervision of the Financial Assistant.
    • Assist in the preparation of financial transactions. This includes but is not limited to; initiating payment requisitions, reviewing travel advance & expense claims, and procurement card reconciliation.
    • Assist in the administration of DDQIC’s seed funding program by performing an initial review of reimbursement requests for accuracy, completeness, and compliance with DDQIC program policies
    • Maintain content of websites, social media feeds, and non-electronic materials for the support, promotion, recruiting, and general communication of DDQIC programs.
    • Supports the coordination of marketing and communications for DDQIC programs by participating in short- and long-term planning and implementation.
    • This position is targeted to students in Arts & Science.
    • They are looking for qualifications such as good customer services skills, ability to take initiative, using good judgement in difficult situations, interacting with multiple stakeholders and effective writing skills.
  Closes on Aug 1, 2019

Zymeworks is hiring a Co-Op Student, Assay Development to start in September

 

Zymeworks is hiring a Co-Op Student, Computational Modelling to start in Sept 2019

  • Job tasks include:
    • Supports mammalian tissue culture activities of the assay group using aseptic techniques
    • Ensures cell lines are properly expanded, frozen down and databases updated as required
    • Assists in interrogating antibody binding specificity utilizing either ELISA, FACS or Imaging
    • Works closely with other members of the assay development team and will support the setup of ADC, ADCC, CDC or TDCC assays
    • Performs FACS and High Content Imaging studies
    • Adheres to Zymeworks standard procedures for generating, documenting and archiving data.  Maintains an accurate, up-to-date lab notebook or electronic notebook
    • Prepares reports and communicate results
    • Conducts all activities in accordance with scientific standards, OS&H regulations and established Zymeworks’ policies and practices
    • This position is targeted to students in Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Immunology or a related discipline.
    • They are looking for qualifications such as excellent interpersonal skills, good presentation skills, scientific/technical writing and basic working knowledge of antibody structure and function.   
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    • Job tasks include:
      1. Assists with the application and development of molecular simulation, data analysis, data-mining, and machine learning methods for protein engineering.
      2. Assists with the research and development of software tools for protein modelling and engineering in collaboration with our Software Development team.
      3. Maintains clear, accurate records of all computational analyses, evaluates data and summarizes results for written reports and oral presentations.
    • This position is targeted to students in Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, or a related discipline.
    • They are looking for qualifications such as having proficiency in a scripting language (eg Python, Perl, Ruby) and some comfort with C, C++, Java or Fortran with a strong interest in molecular simulation, data-mining and machine learning methods applied towards protein structure/property prediction and drug discovery.

 

 

  Closes on July 30th, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Closes on July 28th, 2019