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Jim McCoy

Internship Coordinator

Office: PS 201E
Phone: (801) 863-5702
Email: James.mccoy@uvu.edu
Schedule an Appointment

About Internships

An internship is a temporary work experience that allows the individual to get hands-on, real world, entry-level experience under their belt with the supervision and training of an experienced professional. Some internships are paid while others are unpaid, but the main focus of an internship is on experience. An internship should include learning goals that connect concepts learned in the classroom to real world scenarios in an effort to gain practical experience and help the intern accomplish their career goals. Internships are important because they offer a number of benefits to both students and employers.

 

 

 

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Benefits of an Internship

Is this what I really want to do for a career?

Devoting years of your life and education to a career is a big commitment. How can you be sure that it’s something that you really want to do for the rest of your life if you’ve never actually done it before? An internship can help answer this question by letting you sample the industry without a long-term commitment. A profession may not always be what we think it is and getting your hands dirty with some good old fashioned real world experience is the best way to find out if you’ve found the job of your dreams or just another 9-to-5 that pays the bills. The sooner you are able to figure this out, the sooner you can be on your way to having a fulfilling career in what you’re passionate about.

Make connections with professionals in the field

The old saying “it’s not what you know, but who you know” has some truth to it. A little bit of networking can go a long way, especially in competitive fields, and an internship is an excellent way to build relationships and network with professionals in the industry. An internship can also act as a 3-month-long job interview which is why some employers use internships as a recruitment tool. Do a great job, build relationships, contribute to the company, and when the internship is finished they may not want to let you go. At the very least, they can connect you to others in the field and provide a positive referral which can be extremely valuable. This also gives you an opportunity to get the inside scoop on the industry from people that have years of real world experience and their advice is invaluable when considering your future career plans.

Experience

Experience is golden, and the more experience you have the more valuable you are. Employers are always looking for candidates with experience. More experience means more skill, and more skill means you have more to offer a future employer. But how do you get experience if no one will hire you because you have no experience? An internship is a good place to start. Employers don’t expect interns to have a lot of experience or even any experience. It’s a good place to get your foot in the door. Additionally, the focus of an internship is to get experience. Interns are expected to be responsible, reliable, and professional just like an employee, but the objective of an internship is to get some basic hands-on experience. Additionally, an internship lets you develop or learn some skills that may be much harder to develop in a classroom setting. Think of it this way… reading how to ride a bike and actually riding a bike are two different things. Sometimes the best way to learn how to do something is to jump in and try it out.

Enhance your resume

 An internship on a resume shows a prospective employer that you have some familiarity with the industry including some real-world training. This is especially true if the skills that were developed during the internship are listed on the resume. It can also be an indicator of your commitment to your career because it shows you’ve taken the initiative to get some hands-on experience. Additionally, a solid reference from an internship host shows that you’re trustworthy which is so important in today’s strong applicant pool. An internship with a respected employer could set you above the competition.

Benefits for employers

  • Increased productivity by having additional help
  • Experienced staff can focus on more advanced tasks while interns handle entry-level work
  • Interns bring fresh ideas, new perspectives, and an enthusiastic willingness to learn
  • Temporary help with no long-term commitment
  • If a business is looking to expand, internships can act as a longer and more in-depth interview process
  • A way to give back to your community

Scholarship Opportunities:

$10,000 National Horticulture Scholarship Available

 

 

 

Western Reserve Herb Society offers the

Western Reserve Herb Society Scholarship

$10,000 National Horticulture Undergraduate Scholarship

2019-2020

The deadline to apply is February 28, 2019. 

Thank you!
The Western Reserve Herb Society Scholarship Committee

Email: info@westernreserveherbsociety.org
Website: www.westernreserveherbsociety.org

 

Getting Started

There are lots of different ways to find an internship and lots of different resources. But they typically involve one thing: networking. The right internship is out there somewhere and sometimes finding it is just a matter of asking around. Here are some different ways to find an internship:

Utilize UVU’s Internship Services 

Talk to your internship coordinator Jim McCoy, james.mccoy@uvu.edu, 801-863-5702, or browse internship postings on handshake. 

Ask faculty & advisors 

These people more often than not have spent some time in the industry and may have some connections. It never hurts to ask, and if you get a good referral, that’s a huge bonus as well!

Reach out to your dream company 

Think of a company you’d like to work for and reach out. Big businesses sometimes have a structured internship program already established and have a tendency to be more competitive for interns than smaller, local businesses. Research information on their website regarding internships or simply give them a call.  Explain your career goals, your interest in their company, and inquire about internship opportunities. Be personable, polite, and professional. Be sure to get names and contact information to follow-up.

Attend Career and Internship Fairs held on campus

Friends of friends 

Do you have a friend of a friend with your dream job? An acquaintance of an acquaintance? Reach out to see if they could point you in the right direction for getting your foot in the door to the industry or if they know of some resources to utilize to get an internship. People that are actively involved in the industry sometimes have some of the best information to offer and may be willing to lend a helping hand.

 

Getting Credit

To receive credit for your internship you will need to take an online course in conjunction with your internship experience. How this credit is placed depends on the major. (Some majors, like Biotech, have an internship class built into the program that students are required to complete. For Biotech majors, this credit goes towards that class. For other majors the credit can go towards an upper division elective.) Like any other course this includes coursework, due dates, and paying tuition.

Be aware that 60 working internship hours a semester equals 1 academic credit for Biotech majors, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Outdoor Rec., Physics and Botany.

Be aware that 75 working hours is equal to one internship credit for the majors of Exercise Science and Mathematics.

This is important when determining how many credits you’ll be taking based on how many hours a week you can comfortably fit into your schedule and what your internship host is able to accommodate – something you should also establish with your internship host beforehand. The instructor for the Biotech Dept. is Colleen Hough, colleenh@uvu.edu, 801-957-6328. Forensic Chemistry/Chemistry Dept. Merrill Halling, merrill.halling@uvu.edu, 801-863-5409. Earth Science/Environmental Dept. Eddy Cadet, cadeted@uvu.edu, 801-863-8881. Exercise Science Dept. Bret Boyer, bret.boyer@uvu.edu, 801-863-7397. Outdoor Rec Dept. Scott Williams, swilliams@uvu.edu, 801-863-6760. Mathematics Dept. Scott Lewis, lewissc@uvu.edu, 801-863-6271. Physics Dept. Phil Matheson, phil.matheson@uvu.edu, 801-863-7161.

Below is the process for receiving credit for an internship. Please note that you can’t receive internship credit for past internships that you have already complete, for internship credit. You may however,  be able to get lower division exploratory credit, please see your academic advisor for information.

 

 1.    Meet with your internship coordinator

Together the student and the internship coordinator will discuss the details of the internship for approval. This includes items such as work responsibilities during the internship, number of credits to be assigned, checking to see where or if the credit can be applied, compliance with UVU policy, and to answer any questions the student may have.

 

2.    The Online Orientation Video & Quiz

Complete the Internship Orientation Video and Quiz  http://www.uvu.edu/internships/student/orientation.html.

 

3.    Internship Application for Credit

Together with the internship host, the student will fill out the Internship Application for Credit, to verify the job duties, scheduling, pay (if any), etc. The student will then sign the form, it will then be signed by the site supervisor, the internship course teacher, then by the internship coordinator. The internship coordinator may contact the internship supervisor to verify the internship and answer any questions the supervisor may have.

 

4.    Have the internship host complete the Master Internship Agreement. Before a student can intern somewhere we must have to an active Master Internship Agreement on file for the host. If we don’t have an agreement for the internship provider/host the internship coordinator will email a link for the agreement to be filled out and signed by the provider. The Master Internship Agreement is a legally binding contract between Utah Valley University and the internship provider. All internship providers should have a current, signed agreement with the Director of Internship Services at UVU. This document outlines the responsibilities of the internship provider to the intern, and the responsibilities of the intern to both the internship provider and the university. Additionally, the agreement serves to protect both the university and internship provider from improper conduct on either end. This agreement is good for 5 years from the date it is submitted.You can view which employers have completed a Master Internship Agreement on thisInternship Providers page.

 

5.    Register for the course

Once the Application for Credit has been signed by all parties the coordinator will grant the student access in the system to register for the internship course and provide the student by email the Course Registration Number (CRN) & section to allow the student to register. Once the semester begins, the student will be able to go into the course via Canvas to access the course content.

 

6.    Finish all assigned coursework by the deadlines

The student will complete the amount of internship hours based on the number of credits taken (60 hours/semester = 1 credit), (75 hours/semester = 1 credit), finish all course material (papers, evaluations, orientation, hours log, etc.) by the established deadlines with a satisfactory level of quality as deemed by the instructor to receive a grade

Current College of Science Internships

Intermountain Healthcare

UVH Cardiac Rehab Program, interested students should email,

UVH Cardiac Rehab (usually Exercise Science or Wellness majors)

Traci Heiner (traci.heiner@imail.org)

South Jordan City

South Jordan City Recreation Aid

Salary: $9.88/hour - $10.89/hour DOQ

Opening Date: 3/18/2021

Status: Part-time

Closing Date: Until filled

Work Hours: Varies

Department: Admin Services Work Location:

South Jordan City Supervisor: Program Coordinator Special Notes: Please review job descriptions for Recreation Aide Level I, II and III. Those who meet the minimum qualifications, may be eligible to be hired as a Level II at $10.37/hour or a Level III at $10.89/hour! THE PURPOSE Record game scores, player statistics, track team line ups, answer rule questions and referee for both youth and adult sport leagues. Communicate activity information to parents, coaches, and participants as needed. Assist in other recreational duties such as youth programs and camps, and concession operation.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS LEVEL I:

Must be at least 16 years old CPR/First Aid (required six months after hire date) Food Handler’s Permit (required 90 days after hire date) LEVEL II: Must be at least 16 years old Have at least six (6) months experience as a Recreation Aide Valid CPR/AED/First Aide certification Valid Food Handler’s Permit Experienced and proficient in the following areas:

  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Race Series
  • Concessions
  • Softball
  • Pickleball LEVEL III: Have at least one (1) year experience working as a Recreation Aide or similar position performing related job duties.

Must be at least 18 years old Valid Utah Class D Driver’s License Maintain all Level II requirements:

  • Valid CPR/AED/First Aid Certifications
  • Valid Food Handler’s Permit

Must have great attitude and great customer service skills. NOTE: Interested candidates must complete and submit a South Jordan City application and current resume to Human Resources through the website at jobs.sjc.utah.gov. A complete list of essential functions and minimum requirements of this position may be viewed on the job description, which is also located at the above-mentioned website. To request accommodation under Americans with Disability Act please contact the City’s EEO Program Manager at 801-254-3742 ext. 1852. It is the policy of the City of South Jordan to provide equal employment opportunity in City government for all persons; to prohibit discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetics, or disability

South Jordan City

South Jordan City Job Announcement – Req. #2021016

Recreation Program Assistant

Salary: $12.61/hour

Opening Date: 3/2/2021

Status: Part-time

Closing Date: 4/5/2021 or until filled

Work Hours: Varies/flexible

Department: Admin Services

Work Location: South Jordan City

Supervisor: Program Coordinator

Special Notes: THE PURPOSE Facilitate public youth and adult participation in sporting activities, programs, and games by providing on site assistance and direction, and monitoring programs and/or special events.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Education and Experience: A. Graduation from High School or G.E.D; AND B. One (1) year of experience performing above related duties.
  2. Special Qualifications: Valid Utah Class D Drivers License Must be at least 18 KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Knowledge of: telephone operations and procedures; basic public relations; telephone and interpersonal communication etiquette; general office maintenance and practices; operation of standard office equipment; some knowledge of basic public relations. Knowledge of recreational activities such as sports, games, and the ability to assist in the coordination of special events, social services, or related types of programs and services available to the community. Skill in working with diverse groups, individuals, youth and children. Skill in interpersonal conflict/dispute resolution methods. NOTE: Interested candidates must complete and submit a South Jordan City application and current resume to Human Resources through the website at jobs.sjc.utah.gov. A complete list of essential functions and minimum requirements of this position may be viewed on the job description, which is also located at the above-mentioned website.

To request accommodation under Americans with Disability Act please contact the City’s EEO Program Manager at 801-254-3742 ext. 1852. It is the policy of the City of South Jordan to provide equal employment opportunity in City government for all persons; to prohibit discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetics, or disability South Jordan City Job Description Title: Recreation Program Assistant Effective Date: 10.15.2020 Org: 100240 FLSA: Non-Exempt Pay Grade: S-9 Workers Comp: Municipal This is an “at-will” position. The employee or the City may end the employment relationship at any time, with or without cause or explanation. GENERAL PURPOSE Facilitate public youth and adult participation in sporting activities, programs, and games by providing on site assistance and direction, and monitoring programs and/or special events.

 

Pharmatech

Lab Technician

 

 

Job Title: Lab Technician

 

 

 

Reports to: Quality Control Supervisor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUMMARY

Provide support to the Quality Control Laboratory to ensure samples are promptly and accurately processed.

 

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Perform laboratory tests on samples by following standard test methods, SOPs and cGLPs and cGMPs. Laboratory tests include but are not limited to material identification by sensory evaluation and IR technology, chemical analysis, microbiological quantitative and qualitative testing, and environmental testing of the manufacturing area.
  • Input test data into associated databases.
  • Manage inventory of reagents, microbiological media, control organisms and stock cultures and assist in preparing/ ordering them when needed.
  • Maintain laboratory equipment, instruments and tools and be aware of the calibration needs of the equipment.
  • Fill out laboratory documentation and assist in keeping documents well organized.
  • Always keep laboratory clean and neat.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Assist the QC Manager and Laboratory Technicians as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

 

 

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS

 

  • Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, Microbiology, chemistry or other related science field with 6 months related laboratory work experience, or 4 years related laboratory work experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as laboratory procedure manuals, safety data sheets, and laboratory maintenance instructions.
  • Ability to write detailed technical work instructions and reports.
  • Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as proportions, percentages, and volume.
  • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
  • Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Normal working conditions in a laboratory environment.
  • This facility contains common allergens.

Contact Jackie for information,

 jackie.judd@pharmatechlabs.com

 

 

Nano9

Summer Formulation Lab Intern--Paid Opportunity.

Application Deadline--August 1, 2021 by 11:55 PM

Role Description

A Lab intern would be required to perform the following duties:
 
1.  Assist the Formulators in research of ingredients, lab development, and any other research required for existing and new product development.
2. Assist and create samples of new product development items.
3. Record their findings during experimentation.
4. Assist the Formulators when working with production to resolve issues that may arise.
5. Maintain proper documentation and file keeping.
6. Follow SOPs
7. Assist and perform testing of products for nano size particles.
8. Maintain a clean work and lab space.
9. Maintain organization of lab sample storage.
10.  Maintain organization of lab ingredients.
11.  Wear proper PPE and follow safety precautions.
12.  Speak fluent English.
 
A Lab intern may be asked to do the following, but can refuse if proper reasons are presented:
 
1.    Sample new item development/production items to improve/determine the organoleptic qualities.
2.    Assist production if the need arises.
3.    Assist Quality Assurance if the need arises.
4.    Assist in reviewing and electronically entering in production data.
 
A Lab intern should be able to perform the following actions:
 
1.    Lift up to 50lbs.
2.    Work well with teams.
3.    Have Excel and Word experience.
4.    Be able to sit for several hours.
5.    Be able to stand for several hours.
6.    Maintain a good attitude at work.
7.    Communicate well and easily with other people.
 
The Lab intern would report to the following people in this order:
 
1.    (Austin Ewell) Formulator and Blend Manager
2.    (David Day) Senior Formulator and Science Lead
3.    (Dave Phillippy) General Manager
 
Lab Intern Expected Pay and Hours
 
1.    $10-12 per hour
2.    20-28 hours per week
 
For Details go to Handhsake https://uvu.joinhandshake.com/jobs/4379860

 

Utah Valley University 

Utah Valley University Job/Internship Board

Clean Harbors

The Internship Opportunity – Field Service Representative Intern- Summer 2021

Want to work for North America's leading provider of comprehensive environmental, energy and industrial services? Our strategy is to develop and maintain long-lasting relationships with a diversified group of customers who have recurring needs for environmental, energy, or industrial services.

As a Summer Intern, you will work towards bringing this strategy to life and make us a success. You will have a direct impact on the Company’s ability to thrive and grow, which will in turn, provide additional opportunities for you.

Why work for Clean Harbors?

  • Health and Safety is our #1 priority and we live it 3-6-5!
  • Competitive wages
  • Positive and safe work environments
  • Opportunities for growth and development for all the stages of your career

Key Responsibilities:

  • Create Quotes and Identify questionable quoted disposal, transportation, labor or material rates and present to the General Manager before quote is released.
  • Create paperwork for all scheduled jobs and ensure accuracy prior to use on-site or in the field.
  • Add profiled waste to all orders prior to pick up and ensure profiles are properly priced via the quote or contract.
  • Create appropriate job-related purchase orders; Assure daily billing of the business with expectation that billing is accomplished each day and is consistent each week and respond in a timely manner to all billing issues/questions on unbilled reports.
  • Review open sales orders and closes where appropriate.
  • Complete and submit short pay and credit rebill requests.
  • Set up new customers that result from incoming service requests and ensure customer information is accurately input;
  • Recovery Fee verification
  • Help complete month end close with Branch Manager
  • Setting up folders and paperwork for Field Personnel
  • Performs other duties and tasks as assigned from time to time by management and will be required by the needs of the Clean Harbors business.

What does it take to work for Clean Harbors?

  • Available for the full duration of the internship program during the summer of 2021.
  • Current Sophomore or Junior enrolled in a 4-year degree program (Environmental Science or Chemistry majors preferred but not required)
  • Proven leadership experience, team collaboration and strong communication skills
  • The confidence and flexibility to thrive in a fast-paced and sometimes ambiguous environment

Wondering what to expect in starting your career with Clean Harbors? Click Here to view a Day in the Life Video!

40-years of sustainability in action. At Clean Harbors, our mission is to create a safer, cleaner environment through the treatment, recycling, and disposal of hazardous materials. Clean Harbors is the leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico. Everywhere industry meets environment, Clean Harbors is on-site, providing premier environmental, energy and industrial services. We are solving tough problems through innovation and proven methodology – come be part of the solution with us.

Join our safety focused team today! To learn more about our company, and to apply online for this exciting opportunity, visit us at https://careers.cleanharbors.com/.

For additional information about driver career opportunities, please call us at 1-833-32-DRIVE (1-833-32-37483).

Clean Harbors is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ancestry, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or on the basis of any other federal, state/provincial or local protected class.

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Helix Electric

Company:

Helix Electric

Job/Internship Description:

Interns are exposed to a variety of project types, phases of construction, and project teams. Develop relationships with project managers, subcontractors, engineers, and vendors to ensure a team approach and lay a foundation for building a career in the construction industry. Partner with the project team to analyze subcontract agreements to better understand scope of work and project pricing.

Seeking Majors:

Math and Physic’s

How to Apply:

In person Internship in Salt Lake City, Utah

https://uvu.joinhandshake.com/jobs/3851444/share_preview

Opportunity Expires May 27th, 2021

 

University of Utah

University of Utah  - paid internship

Summer Program for undergraduate research (deadline for applications January 31st).

Get paid, get internship credit and gain research experience.

Stipend $4,000 -$5,000

https://our.utah.edu/spur/

 

types of projects

https://our.utah.edu/spur/2021-projects/

SPUR 2021 Student Eligibility

Admission to the program is competitive. Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:

  • be a matriculated, degree-seeking undergraduate student in the Fall 2021 semester (beginning or continuing college career in Fall 2021 and not graduating before December 2021; concurrent enrollment while in high school does not meet this eligibility requirement). Applicants do not need to be a University of Utah student.
  • eligible to work in the United States:
    • If you are a University of Utah Dreamer (with or without DACA), you are eligible to participate
    • If you are a Dreamer from a different institution: If you have DACA, you are eligible to participate. If you do not have DACA, you are able to participate and gain research experience, but might not be able to be compensated. For more information, please contact Megan Shannahan at megan.shannahan@utah.edu or 801-581-2478.
    • If you are an international student or scholar, you must either a) be a degree-seeking undergraduate student at an American institution of higher education and verify with your institution’s international center that your visa allows you to participate in this program, OR b) possess documentation that establishes your eligibility to work in the United States (if you hold US citizenship, it is likely you have these documents). Click here to view list of acceptable documentation.
  • able to commit to approximately 35-40 hours per week of employment at the University of Utah for the entire duration of the program (May 26-August 5, 2021)
  • at least 18 years old by May 24, 2021 (required if you wish to use on-campus housing; preferred if you will not be using on-campus housing)

KPMG

KPMG Accounting

KPMG is one of the Big Four Accounting Firms!

Targeted Major:

All majors allowed but best fit majors are Accounting, Actuarial, Insurance Risk (PFP Master’s Program), Business, Mathematics, Marketing, Business Administration, Business Management, Media and Public Relations, Professional Sales,

 

A bachelor or master’s degree in any discipline is acceptable for the Actuarial Advisory position.  This is a paid position in Hong Kong.  Must be Fluent in both English and Chinese.

 

Jobs/Internships:

 

·        KPMG Spark – Bookkeeper – Handshake No. 3002035

·        KPMG Graduate Programme 2020 | Actuarial Advisory – Handshake No. 3857257

·        KPMG Spark – Fall Part-Time Marketing Intern – Handshake No. 4000969

International Trade & Tax Processor – Part-Time & Full-Time – Handshake No. 3045523

This opportunity can be found on Handshake.

Coseva

Coseva

About Our Company

Coseva Inc. is on a mission to help people live happier, healthier, and more active lives. Located in Salt Lake City, Utah, we have created clinical-grade wellness products that uphold the highest standards. Our products simplify wellness through superior science and quality. The Coseva product line includes Heart Health and Toxin Removal essential oils.

Come join our team and make a difference through our company values of Live Simple, Live Well, Be Clear, and Be Helpful!

Job Summary

The Lab Technician is responsible to process and develop in liquid nanoparticles, incapsulated lipid technology using ultrasonic technology. Additionally, the Lab Technician will ensure that the quality of our current products is maintained through frequent chemical testing.

Essential Duties and Functions:

· Responsible for chemical laboratory operations

· Perform routine chemical laboratory tests to ensure product quality

· Dedicate a specified percentage of time to research and invention of products

· Analyze and interpret data collected from customers regarding the effectiveness and quality of products

· Make improvements in the chemical properties of current products based on customer feedback

· Conduct experiments under defined conditions, based on the scientific method

· Design SOPs for recording lab results

· Receive, label, and analyze product samples

· Monitor chemical processes

· Organize and store chemicals in the laboratory

· Follow all cGMPs

· Create presentations about chemical data

· Present findings to supervisors and other management personnel as needed

· Follow all proper waste disposal procedures

· Assist manager in ordering laboratory supplies and in taking inventory of supplies

· Report all test results to our third-party, clinical-grade testing company

· Perform repetitive activities, including maintenance procedures and preparing chemical solutions

· Notify laboratory supervisor of abnormal test results that could pose risks

· Ensure quality control in collecting specimens, sampling, and maintaining chemical records

· Troubleshoot issues with equipment

· Maintain all laboratory equipment and supplies

· Set up, calibrate, clean, and test sterility of chemical laboratory equipment

· Comply with all lab policies and safety procedures, including OSHA guidelines

· Assist lab supervisor as needed

· Perform all other duties as assigned

What You Will Bring:

● Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Biology, or a related field

● 1-3 years of demonstrated experience in a lab technician role; or any combination of education, experience, and training which provides the desired knowledge, skills, and abilities.

● Knowledge of statistics, preferred

● Knowledge of computer science, preferred

● Experience working in a laboratory setting

● Experience operating laboratory equipment

● Fluency in Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel

● Proficiency in other databases

● Fluency in QHSE systems

● Passion for discovery

● Ability to work autonomously for most of the work day

● Ability to work in a team setting, closely collaborating with chemists

● A detail-oriented mid-set, with the ability to follow standard procedures

What You Will Experience:

● Creativity of development and formulating new products

● Extended periods of time standing

● Wearing PPE for the duration of the work day, including but not limited to a respirator, approved lab coat, close-toed, non-slip shoes, and eye protection

● Lifting up to 25lbs several times each day

● Daily exposure to sanitation and cleaning chemicals

● Daily data entry into computer systems

● Daily laboratory preparation and cleaning

If you are interested in applying, please send your resume to Stacee@MomentumEmployerGroup.com.

Fast Enterprises

COMPANY

FAST ENTERPRISES, LLC

VIRTUAL Information Session

COMPANY DESCRIPTION

Fast Enterprises was recognized as a Great Place to Work® for Millennials, Technology, and Diversity in 2019! Check out our employee reviews on Glassdoor! FAST is an industry leader in the development and installation of software for government agencies. In 1998 we forever changed the way government revenue agencies support their business with the introduction of GenTax®. This commercial off the shelf (COTS) solution has enabled many agencies to take advantage of package implementations, providing more cost efficient and fully functional software systems to our clients. We have expanded beyond tax and now do implementations for Motor Vehicle, Drivers License, Unemployment Insurance and Unemployment Benefit agencies. Much of the work at FAST happens on our client sites as part of the product implementation. Individuals who understand the technical aspects of systems implementation as well as the business needs of our clients fill these positions. Employees participate in the full project life cycle from requirements gathering through production support. Our developers need to have strong technical and communication skills, enabling them to interact with client sites and detail system functionality. All candidates should be flexible with respect to work location.

 

TARGETED MAJORS

 

Best fit majors

Computer Science

Information Systems

Software Engineering

Computer Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Mathematics,

Statistics,

Economics

Data Science

And other appropriate majors in the College of Engineering & Technology and the College of Science.  Any STEM major with minimal coding experience would also be welcome.

JOBS | INTERNSHIPS

·        Technical Team Member – Handshake No. 3867943

·        Data Warehousing and Analytics Consultant – Handshake No. 3867912

·        Implementation Consultant – Handshake No. 3867919

·        Conversion Team Member – Handshake No. 3867902

·        Training Coordinator – Handshake No. 3867882

·        Implementation Inter (Summer 2021) – Handshake No. 3867930

 

 

 

VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSION

DETAILS

Date:  Monday, October 5, 2020

Time:  4 pm

 

Location:  Virtual – Through Handshake

 

Virtual Live Event Link:  https://uvu.joinhandshake.com/events/549955

 

 

 

VIRTUAL STEM CAREER & INTERNSHIP FAIR

 

Date:  Wednesday, October 7, 2020

 

Time:  10 am to 3 pm

 

Location:  Virtual Through Handshake

 

Virtual Fair Link:    https://uvu.joinhandshake.com/career_fairs/15994

 

Note:  Be sure to select a 1:1 appointment or join a Group Session early since slots are limited.

 

 

NOTES

Fast Enterprises, LLC will also be participating in the Welcome Back Networking Event on Thursday, September 10, 2020 between 11 am and 1 pm.  Connect with them through Handshake at this event.

 

Additional information can be found on Handshake.

 

Feel free to contact the Career Development Center for more information at 801.863.6364.

 For more information go to Handshake

MyManeBio

 

Job Title:

Chemistry Internship with MyManeBio MyManeBio analyzes hair on the microscopic level to provide customers with personalized and specific care and styling recommendations. It’s like ancestry.com meets your favorite hair stylist.

Job Description:

This internship brings together science and business. This internship is the right fit for a quick learner with a working knowledge of biology, chemistry, and technical writing. As an intern you will get a great introduction to entrepreneurship in the beauty industry while learning about relevant trends. You will learn to critically analyze hair product formulation and understand the ingredients customers want in their products. As an intern, you will regularly review research from relevant journals and will be taught how to critically analyze peer reviewed research. Depending on the credit desired, we would provide an intern with a compound light microscope and training in how to image hair shaft sections. Location is wherever you are and the hours are flexible with weekly phone or video check-ins to collaborate while you earn course credit.

Responsibilities

  • Review products and categorize ingredients according to their function in the product
  • Sort and categorize a large database of products based on their product formulation
  • Respond to customer questions and concerns using chemistry knowledge and product formulation understanding
  • Review literature from the Journal of Cosmetic Science and other relevant publications
  • Determine product compatibility considering hair analysis results and desired customer styling
  • Analyze hair using prescribed technique and microscope training (depending on credit desired)

Qualifications

  • Strong writing skills, including readable, interesting, error-free writing for external communication and straightforward writing for internal communication
  • Customer service oriented
  • Able to set deadlines, plan realistically, and reach goals
  • Interest in beauty industry and hair care including product formulation
  • Completed a basic college biology and chemistry course earning a B or better
  • Completion of organic chemistry earning a B or better preferred
  • Word press experience a plus

How it will work . . . The first week or two of this internship will be a planning and initial training phase with limited independent work happening during that time frame. This will be the time to set goals and become very familiar with our mission as a company. Thereafter, you will begin reviewing products individually for the product aisle and reviewing articles both with your supervisor and individually. The exact hours worked will be flexible and remote. You will be expected to provide your own computer and mobile device and will need access to the internet. During weekly check-ins with your supervisor you will discuss your successes and challenges from the previous weeks, what you have learned from your research and your goals for the following week. Each week you will get feedback on your work including how your efforts have impacted the business.

Benefits to You!

  • Get to work on real projects and build real relationships
  • Be part of a unique and new field in natural beauty
  • Flexible and interesting
  • Witness how science and business can be combined
  • Practice essential job skills in a real life setting
  • Course credit
  • Possibility for a contract position with successful completion of internship

Job Type:

Part-time, Internship, Entry-level Job Category: Chemistry, Biology

Wage:

Unpaid

Application Process:

To express initial interest please email Dr. Jackson at doris.jackson.mmb@gmail.com. Send an email stating why you are interested in the position with the subject line “Chemistry Intern Fall 2020” to hello@mymanebio.com. Include a resume if you have one.

Start Date:

Fall Term

Location of Internship:

Work will be completed remotely

Company Description:

Based in Winston-Salem, NC, MyManeBio is a female owned and operated company that is harnessing the power of female scientists across the country to fundamentally change the way individuals approach hair care. The process starts with customers sending their hair to one of our scientists who performs a microscopic hair analysis. The MyManeBio hair analysts integrate their knowledge of chemistry with the information they collected from the individual’s hair sample to make product ingredient recommendations that will complement the customer’s natural hair texture. Each customer receives a Hair Bio which includes data collected from their hair, photographs of their hair taken through a microscope, product ingredient recommendations and styling tips for their specific hair type. See photos of hair taken through a microscopic and learn more at www.mymanebio.com. Follow us on Instagram @my.mane.bio and Facebook. Meredith Humphries, Owner Email: hello@mymanebio.com Phone: (919) 721-7928 Doris Jackson, PhD, Chief Scientist Email: doris.jackson.mmb@gmail.com Phone: (919)885-4998

Courage Reins

Therapeutic Horsemanship--Equine-Assisted Therapies (Exercise Science/Outdoor Req.)

 

Internship: Together, we’ll help those living with physical mental, and emotional challenges take strides towards healing.

 

INTERESTED? If you’re in an accredited college program, you’re just one step away.

Our internship opportunities include:

  • Learn to utilize therapeutic horsemanship to improve lives
  • Support client lesson plans and goals along-side trained instructors
  • Learn to work with and care for horses
  • Teach clients the importance of health
  • Make goals for clients specific health needs

REQUIREMENTS

Please go over the following prerequisites to be considered for our program! Together, we’ll help those living with physical mental, and emotional challenges take strides towards healing.

  • Seeking to utilize credit towards your major
  • Good with people and children
  • Willing to be fl­exible and communicate
  • Come with a willingness to collaborate and contribute your skills to our program
  • No previous horse experience needed

Apply at couragereins.org/volunteer/ or email volunteer@couragereins.org to learn more and to set up a time for your first barn visit!

5870 West 10400 North Ste. C, Highland, Utah 84003 P (801) 756.8900 | couragereins.org

Springville Museum of Art

Summer 2020 Unternship

How do I apply?

• Go to smofa.org > programs > volunteer > intern > Intern Application

• Once the internship application is filled out, email mmorgan@springville.org and attach a cover letter and your resume with 3 professional references .

Areas of Focus

Curatorial/Collections:

• Database & Acquisitions

• Records Management

• Exhibition Research & Planning

• Museum History

• Library & Artist Research

 

Education:

  • Public Events and Programs
  • Media Production
  • Curriculum Development

Visitor Studies:

  • Collect, code, and analyze data about Museum programs and visitors
  • Help develop and implement evaluation tools for Museum programs and exhibitions

 

Internship application deadline for Summer Semester is March 27th

Questions?

Contact Maddison Morgan at 801-491-5700 or mmorgan@springville.org 

Utah Valley University Zoology Lab and Animal Husbandry Internship

Utah Valley University Zoology Lab and Animal Husbandry Internship

Job Description

The Utah Valley University intern will assist Zoology Lab Managers with animal husbandry including care for small mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, fish, and lab preparations for zoology classes and/or human physiology.

 Time requirements

4 hours/week (total of 60 hours/semester). Flexible schedule

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Animal husbandry including feeding, handling, and cleaning cages of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, and aquatic specimens.
  • Learning about the natural habitats of animals in our facility.
  • Maintaining records on animal care.
  • Assisting with lab preparations for human physiology, mammalogy, vertebrate and invertebrate, and other animal related classes.

Qualifications

  • Interest in zoology
  • Biology 1010 or higher preferred
  • Must be a current UVU student
  • Attention to detail
  • Strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
  • Has strong integrity and values pertaining to animals and animal care.
  • Self-motivated
  • Abides by lab safety protocol.

Physical Requirements

  • Possibility of having to lift heavy objects such as cages, boxes or buckets.

Potential Risks

  • Possible risks of being bitten/scratched or any other animal related injuries.
  • In dealing with animals’ possible risk of having allergic reactions.

EEO Statement

Employment decisions are made on the basis of an applicant’s qualifications and ability to perform the job without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age (40 and over), disability, veteran status, pregnancy, childbirth, or pregnancy-related conditions, genetic information, or other bases protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

 How to Apply

Email a resume and cover letter to Melissa Cavan via e-mail at monkme@uvu.edu or call at (801) 863-6910

Aromatic Plant Research Center

Job Title:                              Analytical Lab Intern

 

Reports to:                         Lab Supervisor

 

Job Description:

            Responsible for sample preparations, testing, analysis, and day-to-day maintenance of all lab equipment. Participate in distillations, record keeping, inventory, stocking, and maintaining a clean and organized lab space.  We are able to be flexible with class schedules.  This is a paid intern position.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Ensure laboratory safety guidelines and good laboratory practices are followed at all times.
  • Prepare, maintain, and perform microbiological, analytical, and chemical testing.
  • Follow good laboratory practices (GLP).
  • Operate scientific equipment such as: GCMS, GCFID, HPLC, LCMS, Refractometer, Optical Rotation, Specific Gravity, Distillations, Autoclave, Analytical balance, spectrophotometer, pH meter, microscopes and more.
  • Prepare and dispense solutions and chemical materials for lab use, which may include: media solvents, reagents, oils, aroma chemicals, acids, bases, buffers, stains, and unknowns.
  • Assist in special projects and experiments as assigned.
  • Prepare media for use in the growth and propagations of microorganisms.
  • Monitor, collect, and process waste materials and chemicals. Properly process and dispose of waste.
  • Assist in distillation of raw material to obtain pure oil samples.
  • Receive samples from customers and catalog samples in the appropriate manifest.
  • Work with office manager to ensure samples are retained and easily accessed.
  • Perform routine standardization and maintenance of all lab equipment.
  • Order, receive, and stock materials, supplies, inventories, and equipment for laboratory use.
  • Clean up after each lab session by washing, and if necessary, sterilizing tools, equipment, and supplies.
  • Other tasks and duties as assigned.

 

Job Qualifications

 

Education and Experience:

  • Pursuing a bachelor’s or graduate degree in science related field
  • Experience working in a lab or technical setting preferred.
  • Essential oil and extract experience preferred.

 

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Organization skills.
  • Capable of prioritizing tasks to meet goals.
  • Able to work independently and safely.
  • Able to lift up to 30 lbs
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Able to understand and follow laboratory safety procedures.

 

Application Procedure

Please send a resume and a schedule of when you would be able to work to info@aromaticplant.org.  Position is open until filled.

AQUAVEO

Technical Support Representative

Location
Provo, UT

Employment
Part-time

This is a paid position around $12 an hour and they are seaking Environmental Science students.

Responsibilities

  • Answering questions regarding Aquaveo software by email and phone
  • Verifying and reporting issues found by users
  • Communicating with other departments (e.g. documentation, sales) to help meet customer needs

Qualifications

  • Willing and available to put in the time to learn multiple complex software programs
  • Previous problem-solving/troubleshooting experience
  • Strong written and oral communication skills

Preferred Skills

  • Background/current student in Civil Engineering, hydrology, or similar field
  • Technical writing experience

To apply, please mail, email or fax a cover letter and résumé to:
Phone: 801-691-5528
Fax: 801-691-5529
Email: jobs@aquaveo.com

Address:
3210 N. Canyon Road
Suite 300
Provo, Utah 84604
United States

Nelson Labs 

About Nelson Labs

Nelson Labs, a Sotera Health company, is an industry-leading, global provider of laboratory testing and expert advisory services. We perform over 700 rigorous microbiological and analytical laboratory tests across the medical device, pharmaceutical, and tissue industries. We know that every test matters and requires solutions to complex problems to improve patient outcomes and minimize client risk. We are a business unit of Sotera Health, along with Nordion® and Sterigenics®. Together, we are the world’s leading, fully integrated protector of global health and touch the lives of more than 180 million people around the world each year. Sotera Health is a portfolio company of Warburg Pincus and GTCR.
 
For Internship Opportunity's Email Recruitment at recruiting@nelsonlabs.com
TK Watersports
Job Description
Equipment Assistant Manager and Watersports Crew Member
 
We are a local Watersports outfitting and rental company with service through out the state of Utah looking for someone looking to work and train with one of the leaders in our industry in the intermountain area. Intern would be work with clients directly sending rentals in and out ( High end wakeboard boats and Sea Doo's etc.) they would coordinate the maintenance and prep of equipment for scheduled bookings and work hand in hand with top management and receive experience in the day to day management and operations of the Business. Passion for the outdoors, water sports and boating a plus.
 
Experience pulling large equipment and trailers a huge plus
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Well organization skills a must
Mechanical skills a plus, knowledge how to operate boats and PWC's
Crew member for Watersports charter's and Wakeboard/Surf instruction
 
send resume and cover letter to tom@tkwatersports.com
Energy Explosion

Work with awesome clients in our small private studio! No selling or marketing required, we provide all of your clients. 15 years experience and a reputation as Utah Valley's best personal trainers, we love what we do and take great care of our trainers and clients! If you're passionate about health and fitness and enjoy working with people, we'd love to have you join our team! We have clients waiting!!

For questions contact Zac Price at 801-602-7057

Apply on Handshake

Office of the Medical Examiner

Office of the medical examiner

Morgue clerk

Job Description

Interested in Forensic Science or exploring Pre-Med. This job may be for you! Work in an environment that caters to college students with work schedules that change with semesters to accommodate students. Gain exposure to autopsies, work with forensic pathologists and dive into the world of death investigation.

Pre-Med and Biology students welcome to apply.

Office of the medical Examiner

4451 S 2700 W Taylorsville, UT 84129

allysonchristensen@utah.gov

ome.utah.gov

send resumes to email to apply

Disaster Discovery Center (Statistician)

Volunteer/Internship Description

 

Statistician

 

The Disaster Discovery Center (DDC) is looking for students who can perform data analysis to generate statistics for our feasibility reports and provide information about Utah residents’ preparedness behaviors   from our two surveys with around 30 fields each.    

 

  1. Myth survey with over 870 responses
  1. Generate an individual report of answers to email to respondents.
  2. Collect average scores.
  3. Generate statistics based on age, gender, occupation, zip code, disaster type, etc.
  4. Identify the most dangerous behaviors the public is likely to engage in.

 

  1. Rebound in 72 preparedness worksheet
  1. Complete data entry—only 100+ on spreadsheet, rest are paper copies.
  2. Compile types of disasters respondents have been involved in and corresponding statistics.
  3. Compare Utah results with American Red Cross (national) statistics.
  4. Show how prepared our residents are in the various preparedness categories.
  5. Generate statistics on whether people would attend a discovery center and what they’d like to learn about.
  6. Correlate levels of preparedness to emotional states.

 

Expectations

  1. Have access to a computer and Dropbox or Google Drive.
  2. Know formulas and how to generate desired statistics.
  3. Work independently.
  4. Be open to feedback and collaborative development.
  5. Report to your supervisor every other week or any time questions arise.
  6. Act professionally as a representative/volunteer of the DDC and not use information for personal use (including no collecting or sharing of emails).
  7. Adhere to the DDC Volunteer Policies & Procedures, Code of Ethics, and Code of Conduct.

 

Time:  Flexible, 2–3 credit hours, 15 weeks, 5–10 hours/week (variable)

Hours:  Flexible

Location:  Any

 

Goal—Use information collected to generate useful statistics to show feasibility for the DDC strategic business plan and to show to potential donors.

 

Benefits

  1. Use skills to generate and suggest useful information that can be derived from the available fields.
  2. Identify most important areas to target for public preparedness education.
  3. Valuable experience and community service for beefing up a resume.

If you are interested in volunteering or would like more information,  please contact Karen Thomas at karen@disasterdiscoverycenter.org or by calling 801-553-8117. 

If you don’t see a description which fits your skill set and interests, you are welcome to call and discuss other possible projects and tasks. 

Alexander Athletes

Unpaid Internship

Opening Date: Fall Semester 

Status: Part-time  

Work Hours: Flexible, on student schedule 

Department: Nutrition & Exercise Science

Location: On Campus

Supervisor: Internship Supervisor

THE PURPOSE 
Incorporate high level nutrition and exercise programming to help in the weight loss, bodybuilding, and health communities. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 
1. Education and Experience: 
Graduation from High School or G.E.D; Currently attending college in a related field of study.

6 months to a year of related work experience or equivalent knowledge from school work. 

 

Special Qualifications: 


Must be at least 18 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES 
Knowledge of nutrition and fitness programming. Must be familiar with macro and micronutrients, strength training, programming, caloric intake, correctional exercise, and proper etiquette for the fitness industry.

Skills in coaching individuals through a nutrition program.

Ability to operate a personal computer and Microsoft products (Adobe products is a bonus but not required). 

BENEFITS : Alexander Athletics Coaching for 3 months 
NOTE: Interested candidates must complete and submit a cover letter and current resume to coach@alexanderathletes.com

 

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Alexander Athletics

coach@alexanderathletes.com

CFSC, Pn1, FMS

National Park Service

A Conservation Internship Program

The Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (GIP) program works with partners to match college students and recent graduates age 18 - 35 years old with short-term, paid, internships with the National Park Service. Participants may assist with research, synthesis of scientific literature, geologic mapping, GIS analysis, site evaluations, resource inventorying and monitoring, impact mitigation, developing brochures and informative media presentations, and educating park staff and park visitors.

For more information about the opportunities and how to APPLY

ACE AmeriCorps

Corps Member: ACE AmeriCorps Crew; 450 hour (3-month) and 900 hour (6-month) positions

Start date: Variable

 

Summary:

American Conservation Experience (ACE) is seeking Corps Members committed to working 12 weeks (450 hours) or 24 weeks (900 hours) on outdoor conservation projects.

American Conservation Experience is a national non-profit conservation corps dedicated to providing career development and outdoor experiential learning opportunities to young adults interested in careers related to environmental conservation. The ACE AmeriCorps Member program engages and motivates participants seeking to broaden their horizons and expand professional knowledge in the field of conservation.

Location: Work projects will take place throughout the Southwest. Member housing is in Flagstaff, AZ.

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Members receive a $280 bi-weekly living stipend
  • 3 meals per day while on project (approximately 16 days/month)
  • Free housing accommodation in Flagstaff, and use of a tent throughout your term
  • Transportation to and from worksites
  • Upon successful completion of a full term, AmeriCorps Members receive an Education Award of $2,960.00 (for 900 hours/24 weeks) or $1,566.14 (for 450 hours/12 weeks)
  • 900 hour Members are also eligible for preferential hiring status following their term of service. Corps Member who have served a minimum of 640 hours on appropriate public land projects may qualify for Public Land Corps non-competitive hiring status.

Position Description:

Corps Members serve in professionally supervised teams as they explore future outdoor careers, learn practical field skills, and develop confidence as emerging leaders in the field of conservation. Members are provided opportunities to learn and train under the guidance of professional mentors within ACE, while gaining invaluable career perspectives working alongside staff from the National Park Service, US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and many other stewards of our nation's public and tribal lands. ACE Members will become proficient in environmental stewardship practices, general worksite safety, Leave No Trace principles, brushcutter use, herbicide application, and resume building.

ACE projects typically include:

  • Trail construction and maintenance
  • Invasive species removal
  • Habitation restoration
  • Fence installation/repair
  • Dry and wet stone masonry
  • Forest management
  • Fire fuels reduction

Schedule:

Corps Members typically work 10 hours per day for 8 consecutive days while camping in remote wilderness areas. Between work projects Corps Members will generally have 6 days off in Flagstaff. However, applicants should expect the ACE project schedule to vary, including the possibility of participating in distant projects for 4 to 6 weeks at a time.

Responsibilities and Expectations:

Corps Members can expect to work long days, and must successfully adapt to various climates and working conditions. Proper safety procedures must be observed in all tasks, including the repair and use of hand and power tools used on projects.

All ACE Corps Members practice environmental ethics, and are expected to work in diverse team settings in taxing situations or circumstances. Members are expected to be flexible and complete all functions of the job, including tough physical labor and hiking several miles to remote locations under adverse weather conditions.  

Qualifications:

  • US Citizen or permanent resident
  • Between the ages of 18 and 35
  • Willing to represent ACE and AmeriCorps in a professional, responsible, and enthusiastic manner
  • Have or be willing to obtain personal medical insurance for the duration of time with ACE
  • ACE provides tents and camp kitchen equipment, but members will be required to bring all other camping items such as sturdy boots, sleeping bags, backpacks, and rain gear.
  • ACE maintains a zero-tolerance policy for illegal drugs and underage drinking. Alcohol use is prohibited on ACE projects and on ACE property, and any evidence of drug use or violating ACE's alcohol policy will result in immediate release from the program. ACE reserves the right to require drug testing.

To Apply:

Please submit a resume and cover letter along with 3 professional references using the APPLY NOW section located on the upper right hand corner of the position listing on our website here: https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/

Aspen Ridge Rehab

 
 

Full-Time & Part-Time Physical/Occupational Therapy Aide Job Opening

 

 

Where: Aspen Ridge of Utah Valley Transitional Rehab.    www.aspenridgeofutahvalley.com

                1992 S. Columbia Ln., Orem, UT 84097.

 

What:    Full-time physical/occupational therapy aide position with benefits.

 

When:  Looking to start full-time first of May.

 

If Interested contact Jeremiah Rehab Director at (801) 885-7834 or jdellamas@hotmail.com

               

                               

Advanced Spine & Rehab

Dr. Steven Rutkowski is seeking someone (long term) who can do general office work as well as be trained to assist patients with therapies and modalities and monitor them while they complete their prescribed regimen. He is looking for someone bilingual in Spanish (preferred), who has background in Exercise Sciences, someone who is physically fit, looks healthy, is enthusiastic (and computer savvy). You would monitor the front desk, set patients up for treatments, monitor patients on treadmills, during vibration therapy, and while they complete their exercises. You would place patients on rehab/traction machines and check on patients frequently. You may be trained to give patients massage after treatment.

 

Required hours: M-F, 2:00 pm-6:00pm, Sa 9:00a-10:00a (depending on patient schedule).

Pay will be $9.00 per hour.

 

Call Dr. Rutkowski at 801-244-3413 to set up an interview - bring your resume to the appointment.

Convergent Concrete Technologies

We are a concrete chemical company and are looking for a chemistry student to work in our lab part time. 

Their job duties would include running tests on current products, assist with research and development and log and modify data in our database. 

This is currently a part-time paid job but could turn into more with the right person. 

For other questions and to apply contact Wendi Harvey at 801-375-2280 or by email at wendi@convergentconcrete.com

 

Mosquito Abatement District-Davis

MICROBIOLIGIST TECHNICIAN INTERN

Paid Internship: $11 hr.

Schedule: 40 hours per week summer internship.

 

Job Description:

 

This Microbiologist Intern will be working with Microbiologist Technician in the laboratory performing RNA extractions and real-time PCR on mosquito pools, looking for West Nile, St. Louis Encephalitis and Western Equine Encephalitis viruses. The microbiologist intern uses standard microbiological tests or examinations which require judgment and skill in familiar or repetitive types of samples.

Under general direction of the Microbiologist Technician, the Microbiologist Intern will need assist in all lab operations, mosquito surveillance and mosquito processing for testing purposes; work with employees engaged in mosquito surveillance operations and do related work as required.  Operate any and all of the lab equipment and surveillance equipment as directed.  Make investigations and inspections as may be required to determine both the needs and the effectiveness of trapping and surveillance operations.

 

 

Characteristics:

 

Should have a wide knowledge of lab technique, procedures and lab organization. Be able to use logic to analyze or identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts associated with information or data to draw conclusions. Be able to enter, transcribe, record, store, or maintain information in both written and electronic form. Evaluate information against a set of standards and use scientific instruments and equipment to make a decision or solve a problem by using logic to identify key facts, explore alternatives, and propose quality solutions. Use laboratory techniques, safety practices, principles, theories, and practices of microbiology to propose mosquito control actions. Must review and/or edit documents for accuracy and completeness. Will compose and produce reports, documents, analyze operating records and related material and communicate information and ideas clearly, and concisely, in writing; read and understand information presented in writing. Will gain a thorough knowledge of state and federal regulations and requirements dealing PCR arbovirus testing and results. Will gain a general knowledge of mosquito ecology, biology, and identification. Must have the ability to work effectively and cooperatively with superiors, subordinates, or other employees, and the public; and evaluate situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.

 

Examples of Duties:

 

  1. Administers/conducts tests or examinations and/or evaluates results.
  2. Analyze and test items. Interpret results and/or implement changes.
  3. Interprets, clarifies, explains and applies agency policy and procedures, business practices, federal or state laws and regulations, etc
  4. Maintains technical data, generates reports and findings and defends analytical work during hearings or litigation.
  5. Reviews data, records and files for detail and accuracy. Maintains accurate records and logs. Reviews and/or inspects work for quality, accuracy, and completeness.
  6. Prepares specimens for laboratory analysis by preparing media, solutions, and reagents.
  7. Ensures compliance with applicable federal and/or state laws, regulations, and/or agency rules, standards and guidelines, etc.
  8. Provides technical assistance on agency issues, services, program(s), and/or computer hardware and software, etc.
  9. Help implement plans and organizes lab testing and surveillance operations in conformance with and to achieve the program objectives, methods and findings determined by the Microbiologist Technician.
  10. Assist in the identification and cataloging of mosquito trap collections.
  11. Assist in public relations resulting from lab test results and surveillance operations; calls on property owners and others concerned and explains the Districts program and solicits property owners’ cooperation in vector control.
  12. Based on lab results and surveillance data; will work with staff to Coordinate air and ground spray operations.
  13. Will participate in reviews and evaluates effectiveness of air spray operations and takes appropriate action as indicated.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Must be physically able and willing to do physical labor; motivated to project an excellent impression on subordinates; have a valid Utah Drivers license, have or be able to obtain a non-commercial pesticide applicators license from the State of Utah Department of Agriculture within 6 weeks of hire; have an equivalent to a high school education; formal training (university type classroom setting) in microbiology or medical technology; coursework covering microbiology, mathematics, statistics, biological sciences and chemistry. Current knowledge of laboratory procedures and equipment expected. Previous laboratory experience is recommended.


Preferred Qualifications:

 

Education in Medical Laboratory Technology, Biological Sciences/Microbiology. One year of related microbiology experience or equivalent combination of education and work experience. Experience with aseptic technique, general microbiological principles (DNA/RNA extraction/RT-PCR/ electrophoresis), and bacterial/virus handling (non-pathogenic or pathogenic). Experience with advanced molecular biology/microbiology techniques (primer design/sequencing analysis) is preferred.

Please contact Internship Coordinator Jim McCoy at james.mccoy@uvu.edu for the application to apply.

For other questions contact Gary Hatch; Manager Mosquito Abatement

Utah Valley Tennis

UVU Exercise Science Department,

 

My name is Rob Allen, and I am the tennis coach at Provo High School. I also run the jr. tennis feeder programs in Utah County. We're in need of instructors and coaches for our upcoming spring tennis season elementary and middle school programs.

 

I was hoping you'd be willing to send a message to your students inviting them to participate. No previous coaching experience is necessary. The only main requirement is tennis experience.

 

Let me know if you'd be willing to help with this. Thank you! More information about the programs and the positions is below.

 

Our organization is Utah Valley Tennis. They can learn more about our programs we run at utahvalleytennis.org. We started 3 years ago and have grown to the largest private tennis organization in Utah. We are looking for tennis players and tennis enthusiasts to work as either head coaches or assistant coaches for our youth tennis programs. Head coaches are responsible for running practices and matches for their team. Assistant coaches assist in those duties. Head coaches make up to $20 per hour. Students who need volunteer hours can be accommodated as well. No previous coaching experience is required, and we'll train the coaches with everything they'll need. Regardless of what your schedule is we can likely find a program or team that will fit your schedule. Also, coaches can work with multiple teams, or a single team depending on how many hours they would like to work, anywhere between 3-5 hours per week, or up to 15-20 hours per week. Those interested should apply using the following link as soon as possible: 

Apply Here:

 

Anyone with questions is welcome to contact Program Director, Rob Allen - rob@utahvalleytennis.org

Great Basin Serpentarium Snake

 

Great Basin Serpentarium, LLC

Animal Care: Snakes

 

Great Basin Serpentarium is dedicated to education, captive propagation, and responsible pet ownership. Our facility currently holds over 250 species of reptiles, arachnids, insects, and amphibians.  We strive to gather information in order to improve captive care methods used by zoological institutions and private keepers. 

 

As a keeper you will gain experience in animal care and maintenance, captive propagation, data collection, and handling. This position requires you to work closely with reptiles and amphibians and their food items (e.g., rodents).  You will also be in close proximity to other exotic animals including arachnids, insects, etc.  Experience working with exotics is preferred, but if you are a fast learner and free from animal related phobias you can still be a good fit.  We are an animal facility that keeps and breeds exotic animals.  Any philosophical concerns with this practice must be addressed before this position is taken.

 

You must be able to work individually or as part of a team when needed.  You must be responsible, able to follow directions, and able to think critically.  A positive attitude is essential while performing your duties.  At the end of each shift you will report what was accomplished and any issues or concerns regarding the animals you were working with throughout the day.  You will be expected to monitor, research, and perform tasks associated with animal care including: maintenance, propagation, and training.

 

Tasks include:

  • Food preparation
  • Feeding
  • Providing water via water dishes, tubs, and sprays as needed
  • Health checks and observations
  • Reporting unusual behaviors, health concerns, or significant changes
  • Cleaning enclosures and windows
  • Cleaning preparation areas and carts
  • Removing waste bins
  • Cleaning and disinfecting cages and tools
  • Maintaining feeding and health records and reporting any changes
  • Maintaining weight records and reporting any substantial changes
  • Aid in holding, restraining, and providing medical care
  • Aid in socializing/”taming”
  • Maintain plants within enclosures
  • Aid in maintenance, repair, or modifications to enclosures
  • Lift items up to 60lbs in weight including but not limited to: feed, substrate, cages, and animals
  • Assist other keepers with snakes that weigh in excess of 100lbs

 

 

Dress/Attire: While we do not maintain a strict dress code we do expect those working in our facility to be clean, well kept, and free from excessive odors.  Our primary concern with attire is the safety of the keepers and the animals they are working with.  Closed toed shoes are required at all times.  Loose jewelry should not be worn as these can be pulled or ripped.  Long sleeves and long pants may help to protect against scratches, but are not required.  Strong perfumes, body sprays, oils (especially anything with peppermint or eucalyptus oil), must be avoided as many of these scents are harmful and in some cases fatal to the animals we work with.  

HOW TO APPLY

email your resume and request for internship to Joey Mugleston at joseph.mugleston@gmail.com

Great Basin Serpentarium Reptile

 

Great Basin Serpentarium, LLC

Reptile Keeper: Lizards & Turtle Focus

 

Great Basin Serpentarium is dedicated to education, captive propagation, and responsible pet ownership. Our facility currently holds over 250 species of reptiles, arachnids, insects, and amphibians.  We strive to gather information in order to improve captive care methods used by zoological institutions and private keepers. 

 

As a keeper you will gain experience in animal care and maintenance, captive propagation, data collection, and handling. This position requires you to work closely with reptiles and amphibians and their food items (e.g., insects, worms, rodents, etc.).  You will also be in close proximity to other exotic animals including arachnids, giant snakes, etc.  Experience working with exotics is preferred, but if you are a fast learner and free from animal related phobias you can still be a good fit.  We are an animal facility that keeps and breeds exotic animals.  Any philosophical concerns with this practice must be addressed before this position is taken.

 

You must be able to work individually or as part of a team when needed.  You must be responsible, able to follow directions, and able to think critically.  A positive attitude is essential while performing your duties.  At the end of each shift you will report what was accomplished and any issues or concerns regarding the animals you were working with throughout the day.  You will be expected to monitor, research, and perform tasks associated with animal care including: maintenance, propagation, and training.

 

Tasks may include:

  • Food preparation
  • Feeding
  • Providing water via water dishes, tubs, and sprays as needed
  • Health checks and observations
  • Reporting unusual behaviors, health concerns, or significant changes
  • Cleaning enclosures
  • Cleaning preparation areas and carts
  • Removing waste bins
  • Cleaning and disinfecting cages and tools
  • Maintaining feeding and health records and reporting any changes
  • Maintaining weight records and reporting any substantial changes
  • Aid in holding, restraining, and providing medical care
  • Aid in socializing/”taming”/training lizards
  • Maintain plants within enclosures
  • Aid in maintenance, repair, or modifications to enclosures
  • Lift items up to 60lbs in weight including but not limited to: feed, substrate, cages, and animals
  • Assist other keepers with snakes that weigh in excess of 100 lbs

 

Dress/Attire: While we do not maintain a strict dress code we do expect those working in our facility to be clean, well kept, and free from excessive odors.  Our primary concern with attire is the safety of the keepers and the animals they are working with.  Closed toe shoes are required at all times.  Loose jewelry should not be worn as these can be pulled or ripped.  Long sleeves and long pants may help to protect against scratches, but are not required.  Strong perfumes, body sprays, oils (especially anything with peppermint or eucalyptus oil), must be avoided as many of these scents are harmful and in some cases fatal to the animals we work with.  

HOW TO APPLY

email your resume and request for internship to Joey Mugleston at joseph.mugleston@gmail.com

Great Basin Serpentarium Insect

 

Great Basin Serpentarium, LLC

Animal Care: Insects

 

Great Basin Serpentarium is dedicated to education, captive propagation, and responsible pet ownership. Our facility currently holds over 250 species of reptiles, arachnids, insects, and amphibians.  We strive to gather information in order to improve captive care methods used by zoological institutions and private keepers. 

 

As a keeper you will gain experience in animal care and maintenance, captive propagation, data collection, and handling. This position requires you to work closely with insects and their food items.  You will also be in close proximity to other exotic animals including lizards, giant snakes, arachnids, etc.  Experience working with insects is preferred, but if you are a fast learner and free from animal related phobias you can still be a good fit.  We are an animal facility that keeps and breeds exotic animals.  Any philosophical concerns with this practice must be addressed before this position is taken.

 

You must be able to work individually or as part of a team when needed.  You must be responsible, able to follow directions, and able to think critically.  A positive attitude is essential while performing your duties.  At the end of each shift you will report what was accomplished and any issues or concerns regarding the animals you were working with throughout the day.  You will be expected to monitor, research, and perform tasks associated with animal care including: maintenance, propagation, and training.

 

 

Tasks include:

  • Food preparation
  • Feeding
  • Providing clean water dishes and maintaining proper humidity
  • Colony health checks and observations
  • Researching and helping develop more efficient methods for propagating both feeder and pet insects
  • Reporting unusual behaviors, health concerns, or significant changes
  • Cleaning enclosures
  • Cleaning preparation areas and carts
  • Removing waste bins
  • Cleaning and disinfecting cages and tools
  • Maintaining feeding and colony health records and reporting any changes
  • Maintaining colony size records and reporting any substantial changes
  • Aid in transferring feeder insects to the feeder bins for other departments
  • Setting up new bins for colonies as they expand
  • Sorting colonies and rotating egg laying bins
  • Aid in maintenance, repair, or modifications to enclosures
  • Lift items up to 60lbs in weight including but not limited to: feed, substrate, cages, and animals

 

Dress/Attire: While we do not maintain a strict dress code we do expect those working in our facility to be clean, well kept, and free from excessive odors.  Our primary concern with attire is the safety of the keepers and the animals they are working with.  Closed toed shoes are required at all times.  Loose jewelry should not be worn as these can be pulled or ripped.  Long sleeves and long pants may help to protect against scratches, but are not required.  Strong perfumes, body sprays, oils (especially anything with peppermint or eucalyptus oil), must be avoided as many of these scents are harmful and in some cases fatal to the animals we work with.  

HOW TO APPLY

email your resume and request for internship to Joey Mugleston at joseph.mugleston@gmail.com

Great Basin Serpentarium Arachnid

Great Basin Serpentarium, LLC

Animal Care: Arachnids

 

Great Basin Serpentarium is dedicated to education, captive propagation, and responsible pet ownership. Our facility currently holds over 250 species of reptiles, arachnids, insects, and amphibians.  We strive to gather information in order to improve captive care methods used by zoological institutions and private keepers. 

 

As a keeper you will gain experience in animal care and maintenance, captive propagation, data collection, and handling. This position requires you to work closely with reptiles and amphibians and their food items (e.g., insects, worms, flies, etc.).  You will also be in close proximity to other exotic animals including lizards, giant snakes, etc.  Experience working with exotics is preferred, but if you are a fast learner and free from animal related phobias you can still be a good fit.  We are an animal facility that keeps and breeds exotic animals.  Any philosophical concerns with this practice must be addressed before this position is taken.

 

You must be able to work individually or as part of a team when needed.  You must be responsible, able to follow directions, and able to think critically.  A positive attitude is essential while performing your duties.  At the end of each shift you will report what was accomplished and any issues or concerns regarding the animals you were working with throughout the day.  You will be expected to monitor, research, and perform tasks associated with animal care including: maintenance, propagation, and training.

 

Tasks include:

  • Food preparation
  • Feeding
  • Providing water via water dishes, tubs, and sprays as needed
  • Health checks and observations
  • Reporting unusual behaviors, health concerns, or significant changes
  • Preparing, cleaning, and transferring enclosures
  • Cleaning preparation areas and carts
  • Removing waste bins
  • Cleaning and disinfecting tools
  • Maintaining feeding, molting, and health records
  • Aid in holding, restraining, and providing medical care
  • Maintain plants within enclosures
  • Aid in maintenance, repair, or modifications to enclosures
  • Lift items up to 60lbs in weight including but not limited to: feed, substrate, cages

 

 

Dress/Attire: While we do not maintain a strict dress code we do expect those working in our facility to be clean, well kept, and free from excessive odors.  Our primary concern with attire is the safety of the keepers and the animals they are working with.  Closed toed shoes are required at all times.  Loose jewelry should not be worn as these can be pulled or ripped.  Long sleeves and long pants may help to protect against scratches, but are not required.  Strong perfumes, body sprays, oils (especially anything with peppermint or eucalyptus oil), must be avoided as many of these scents are harmful and in some cases fatal to the animals we work with.  

HOW TO APPLY

email your resume and request for internship to Joey Mugleston at joseph.mugleston@gmail.com

Edwards Lifesciences

Edwards Lifesciences has exciting opportunities for students wishing to complete their University internship requirement at a Corporate Fitness facility.
Edwards strives to make the intern experience unique and rewarding and to provide the opportunity to obtain focused experience in your chosen career field.
An internship with Edwards provides students with exposure and/or experience in many, or all, of the following areas: 
 Program administration
 Health promotion programming
 Fitness testing and exercise prescription
 Health and fitness motivational programming
 Group exercise class instruction
 Facility maintenance
 Data analysis & outcomes reporting
 Ergonomics
 Personal training
 Participant record keeping
 Special projects and promotions
 Health fairs and health screenings
 Paid Internship $13.00 an hour

Work Schedule:
Flexible schedule Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 9:00 pm

Qualifications: 
 Junior or Senior level Baccalaureate or Masters level student working towards a degree in Physical Education, Exercise Physiology, Kinesiology, Recreation, Health Education, Health Promotion or related field from an accredited college or university.
 Preferred course work in exercise testing and prescription, exercise physiology, and anatomy
 Current CPR, First Aid and AED certification required (or will be required by start date of internship).
 Personal Training or Group Exercise certification from ACE, ACSM, AFAA, NSCA or NASM a plus.


Responsibilities:


  • Interact with members, customer care
  • Daily operations of the facility
  • Provide fitness assessments and health consultation
  • Develop safe and effective individualized exercise programming
  • Assist in the creation and implementation of member engagement and wellness programs
  • Group exercise class instruction
  • Develop health newsletter articles
  • Professional development and networking
 

Requirements:


  •  Positive attitude, willing to have fun in a professional manner
  •  Strong communication skills to instruct and interact effectively with a diverse group of individuals
  •  Strong computer skills, proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.)
  •  Innovative thinker
  •  Interest in teaching new and innovative group exercise classes

Pre-employment background check required
 
For more information contact Andrea Newbould at 801-565-6297

EPA GRIP 

EPA has an exciting GRIP opportunity in the Research Triangle Park, N.C. Students will be involved in exciting projects that involve interpretation of large gene expression datasets encompassing profiles from thousands of chemicals using novel approaches that allow establishing linkages between chemical exposure, modulation of transcription factors, and adverse outcomes.

Students are encouraged to contact Dr. Chris Corton directly to discuss this opportunity. His contact information is:

Chris Corton, Ph.D., Senior Research Biologist

Systems Biology Branch
Integrated Systems Toxicology Division (ISTD)
National Health and Environmental Effects Research Lab
US Environmental Protection Agency
109 T.W. Alexander Dr.
MD B105-03
Research Triangle Park, NC 27711
corton.chris@epa.gov
919-541-0092 (office)
919-541-0694 (fax)

Analytical Resource Laboratories (ARL)

Biology/Chemistry Students:

ARL is currently seeking lab techs. in the microbiology lab,possibly 4 chemist interns and 1-2 sample management interns.

Preferred: Juniors and Seniors--but not required

Minimum Qualifications: General Chemistry and Biology

Preferred Qualifications: Organic and Analytical Chemistry, Biochem.

Minimum Hours Per Week: 20--days negotiable

Paid Internship: possible

To Apply, email a resume and cover letter to Matthew Lewis at matt@arlmicro.com

NuSkin

Biology/Chemistry Students:

NuSkin is currently on a intern hiring freeze until possibly next summer.

Preferred: Juniors and Seniors--but not required

Minimum Qualifications: General Chemistry and Biology

Preferred Qualifications: Organic and Analytical Chemistry, Biochem.

Minimum Hours Per Week: 20--days negotiable

Paid Internship: $10-$13 range

To Apply, email a resume to Anthonette McCoy at amccoy@nuskin.com

Echelon Biosciences

Biology/Chemistry Students:

Echelon Biosciences is a biologic reagents company based in Salt Lake City, UT. We are seeking applications for our Internship Program from qualified and highly motivated university students that are interested in pursuing a career in biotechnology and related fields.


Our program’s goal is to encourage young, aspiring scientists by providing them with a unique environment within the biotechnology sector for project-based training.


Successful applicants will be assigned a project mentor based on the applicants stated goals and knowledge base.

Successful applicants may be asked to assist with a variety of activities ranging from basic product quality procedures to product research and development.


General application guidelines are as follows:
• Applicants must be enrolled in a relevant degree program related to the Biological Sciences or Chemistry

• Applicants must be able to commit to a specified work load of at least half-time*

• Must have completed science course pre-requisites and be enrolled in upper-level courses; minimum two years of completed course work in total

• Applicants will also be expected to have good organizational and time management skills


*Time commitment is flexible based on the credit requirements for an applicant’s course and/or university, though the suggested minimum for this requirement would be 15 hrs./week for 12 weeks.


Start dates for individual internships are also flexible based on the applicant’s university schedule.


If interested, please send a CV with relevant course work, grades, at least one reference, and any additional experience along with a cover letter to: echelon@echelon-inc.com, attn: Internship Program. CVs and applications may also be submitted via Handshake.com.


Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis for the fall, spring, and summer terms.


Thank you for your interest in Echelon Biosciences. We look forward to working with you!

Edward Jones Investments

Math Students:

Job Description
Edward Jones Financial Advisor Internship Program
Are you someone who enjoys interacting with people on a daily basis? Do you like making personal connections that result in helping people make positive life-changing decisions? The Financial Advisor Internship with Edward Jones places you in direct connection with our clients. As a firm, our clients come first and we focus on building relationships that last a lifetime. As an intern, you work on developing the skills that will make you competitive as a professional after graduation.
Throughout the program, you will work with an Edward Jones Financial Advisor and their Branch Office Administrator in helping them address the needs of their clients. As a team member, not only will you develop your professional skills, you will gain a firsthand glimpse at the Financial Advisor opportunity at Edward Jones.
What Skills Will You Develop
  • One-on-one and small group communication abilities
  • Relationship management expertise
  • Time and project management skills
  • Presentation skills
  • Knowledge and skills base specific to Financial Services Industry
Who Should Apply
  • Students completing their sophomore and junior year are eligible to apply. Applicants need a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Candidates who demonstrate a drive to succeed and have an entrepreneurial mindset
  • Students with excellent leadership, communication, teamwork and service skills 
What does the Financial Advisor Internship Program Include
  • Experiences and activities to give you exposure to the Financial Advisor opportunity
  • Training to fully integrate into the branch office team
  • [Full Time, 10 week program (40 hours per week)]
  • Hourly compensation plan 
How to Apply
To apply for the Financial Advisor Internship Program, submit your application on: careers.edwardjones.com/FAIntern. Applications are accepted August 1st through November 1st.
 
Who We Are
Edward Jones is a leader in the financial-services industry. We take a personal approach to business that starts with a face-to-face meeting between our clients and their Financial Advisor. We believe that building long-term relationships with our nearly 7 million clients is key to serving their needs. Our business model is unique in that our Financial Advisors are located in their communities as we truly believe that is the best way to engage with our clients.
Edward Jones does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, pregnancy, veterans status, genetic information or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.

Brain Rehab Clinic

Exercise Science Students:

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY AT BRAIN REHAB CLINIC
At Brain Rehab Clinic we use Chiropractic Neurology to identify and treat neurological disorders. This different approach addresses the root cause of symptoms and changes brain pathways. If you are looking to broaden your understanding of the body while helping to change lives, then you will love being an intern here!

To Apply please email us a copy of your resume and cover letter. Send to: Office@BrainRehabClinic.com

For other questions call Casey at 801-766-6580. The facility is located in Orem.

Alpine Spinal Rehab

We have Physical Therapy Technician job openings here at Alpine Spinal Rehab. We would love it if you could share this information with your students. Thank you so much. See job post below.

 

Physical Therapy Tech (Provo)

Busy Chiropractic office in Provo has openings for a Physical Therapy Technician to work part time. Spanish speaking is a plus but not required. Please send your resume and we will contact you for an interview. Experience not required but helpful.

 

Shifts Available:

  • T TH 7:50am – 1:30pm
  • W F 2:50-6:30 pm

(potential other time slots may open up)

Compensation: 9.00 /hr

Employment type: Part-time

Start date: As soon as possible.

 

Send resume to jerryclark@alpinespinalrehab.com

Advanced Spine and Rehab

Advanced Spine & Rehab

343 E University Parkway

Orem, UT 84058

801-224-3413 (Ph)

 

Dr. Steven Rutkowski is seeking someone (long term) who can do general office work as well as be trained to assist patients with therapies and modalities and monitor them while they complete their prescribed regimen.  He is looking for someone bilingual in Spanish (preferred), who has a background in Exercise Sciences, someone who is physically fit, looks healthy, is enthusiastic (and computer savvy).

 

You would monitor the front desk, set patients up for treatments, monitor patients on treadmills, during vibration therapy, and while they complete their exercises.  You would place patients on rehab/traction machines and check on patients frequently.  You may be trained to give patients massage after treatment. 

 

Required hours:  M–F, 2:00 pm–6:00 pm; Sa 9:00 a–10:00 a (depending on patient schedule).  Pay will be $9 per hour.

 

Call Dr. Rutkowski at 801-224-3413 to set up an interview – bring your resume to the appointment.

Revel Race Series

Event Management Internship


Brooksee LLC is a fast-growing endurance event company that is committed to elevating the event experience for endurance athletes. We currently operate the REVEL Race Series with 8 marathons and half marathons in the US and Canada, and we are on the cusp of expanding our event portfolio in several additional large markets. We are seeking interns to assist our team across all aspects of our business including operations, business development, marketing, partnership acquisition, and more.


Position Responsibilities
• Perform market research to identify opportunities for business expansion
• Assist operations manager with event production tasks
• Communicate with representatives from local governments, business associations, and civic groups to form relationships with our events
• Perform research to identify potential new sales and sponsorship opportunities and work to bring them to fruition
• Work with operations team to fulfill promised benefits to sponsors and vendors
• Analyze industry data and formulate recommendations for marketing initiatives
• Travel to assist with actual event production (if desired)


Position Requirements
• Ability to establish relationships with potential partners
• Ability to multi-task while dealing with crucial deadlines
• Capable of gathering and organizing useful data and information
• Effective communication, presenting, and writing skills
• Must be able to work independently and collaboratively
• Positive attitude, commitment to succeed, and willingness to go above and beyond
• Endurance athlete preferred


Compensation is negotiable depending on qualifications. Qualified candidates should send their resume to jobs@brooksee.com.

Curves Women's Gym

Curves Women's gym in Lehi, is offering an internship.

It would be 10-12 hours and pay $8.50 per hour. 

They are looking for a female who is going into the fitness industry as personal trainer,  wants to teach group fitness classes or just wants to get some experience in the fitness industry.

If interested please contact:

Annette Olson (owner)

 lehicurves@gmail.com

 801-768-4855 (club) 

 801-636-2676 (cell)

127 E Main St, Lehi, Ut 84043

Alpine Fitness

We love providing internships to students that are passionate about pursuing degrees in the physical therapy and personal training field.

 

Our internships are much different than other internships you will find. Instead of passively watching and observing trainers and therapists, this internship focuses on hands-on learning and enduring knowledge. Internships are 225 hours and involve various quizzes and evaluations to track progress. Personal training interns learn necessary skills like how to conduct a first client interview, proper lifting technique instruction, modalities, and various alternative exercises, like TRX Suspension Training. Physical therapy interns learn skills like Graston Technique, modalities, PNF, METs, how to conduct an initial evaluation including goniometry and MMT tests, and clinical notes like SOAP notes and Procedure and Treatment Records.

 

Interns can plan on spending around 15 hours per week in the facility. Typically, interns have the following options for shifts: MWF morning 6-11am, TThS morning 6-11am, MF afternoon 3-8pm and S morning 6-11am, or TTh afternoon 3-8pm and S morning 6-11am. However, hours can be adjusted based on work and school schedules.

 

Our 225 hour hands-on internships provide results – previous interns have gone on to physical therapy, occupational therapy, and medical schools. Interested applicants can send a resume and any questions to schedule@alpinefitness.com

Evolve Fitness

HEALTH OR EXERCISE SCIENCES INTERNSHIP AT EVOLVE

HELP YOUNG CHILDREN LEARN THE IMPORTANCE OF EXERCISE AND A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE BY TEACHING OUR KIDFIT CLASSES! 

During this Wellness Education internship, students will: 
• Teach about anatomy, nutrition, and exercise in a fun and kid-friendly way

• Lead a good warm-up that is easy for kids to follow

• Demonstrate and teach sports drills (e.g. catching and throwing balls, dribbling, kicking, aiming for targets, passing)

• Demonstrate and teach yoga basics (e.g. butterfly stretch, downward dog, straddle stretch, warrior pose, breathing exercises)

• Work on balance and coordination

• Demonstrate and teach conditioning drills, obstacle courses, or across the floor workouts (e.g. running ladders, relay races, balance beam, weaving between cones, grapevine, crawling through tunnels, bear crawls, crab walks)

• Demonstrate and teach how to properly stretch muscles

• Teach the importance of good sportsmanship

• Read books • Play games • Keep the kids moving! 

These classes are offered at Evolve Fitness in Lehi. Children attend while their moms are doing their own group fitness class. The interns will take turns being in charge of planning the class each week. They must complete and submit a typed plan of action before each class is taught. Interns should love working with kids and have a passion for health and wellness! 

To apply for the January 2019 internship, send a resume to Tanya Rasmussen, contact@evolvefitnessutah.com

Intermountain Healthcare Cardiac Rehab

Personal Trainer internship:

 Utah Valley Hospital internship opportunity working with our "100 Day Heart Challenge" program.  This program will involve 10 couples who have taken the challenge to lower their risk of heart disease. The participants are tested for percent body fat, cholesterol, glucose, triglycerides, blood pressure, pulse, waist circumference, and weight the first day of the competition and again on the last day of the competition.  To help these participants succeed they will be given 2 personal training sessions each week during the 100 days.  The interns will be assigned 2 couples to train.  Each couple has two 1-1 ½ hour training session each week with their trainer (intern).  The trainers (interns) schedule their exercise sessions each week.  Times will vary depending upon the interns schedule and the participants’ schedules.  The goal of the program is to educate and show the participants how to live the healthiest lives possible and hopefully pass it along to family, friends and neighbors.

 The challenge begins the first part of February and ends the middle of May.  This is not a paid internship.  Those who are interested please email your resume to Traci Heiner at traci.heiner@imail.org by November 8th.   Interviews will be held November 15th and 16th