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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:


 

Suncor is hiring an intern for the role Laboratory Technician Student to start in Sept 2019

 

o   Job tasks include:

                                                               i.      Record and report analytical results in compliance with established quality assurance and quality control procedures

                                                             ii.      Align with the operating and maintenance safe work practices

                                                           iii.      Follow procedures and comply with standards

                                                           iv.      Support the department and internal customers by providing analytical, instrumental, and technical problem solving

o   This position is targeted to students in Science, specifically with a Chemistry focus.

o   They are looking for qualifications such as computer skills, strong analytical skills and ability to collaborate.

 

 

Closes on June 30th  
Suncor is hiring an intern for the role Health & Safety Student to start in Sept 2019.

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o   Job tasks include:

                                                               i.      Assist the team with budget, schedule and contracts for various areas of the organization

                                                             ii.      Work on related programs, regulatory compliance, emergency management and our operational excellence management system

                                                           iii.      Assist with providing data to diverse groups and help analyze information

                                                           iv.      Help to build, distribute and present topical safety communications (alerts, safety moments etc.)

o   This position is targeted to students in Arts & Science.

o   They are looking for qualifications such as accuracy, attention to detail and a continuous improvement mindset.

 Closes on June 30th