Safety, Health & Environment Internship
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Safety, Health & Environment Internship

Employer
Nestle UK Ltd
Salary
£16,500 pro rata
Location
Dalston · Halifaxand 2 others

Job description

At Nestlé we take our SHE responsibilities very seriously and are proud of our low accident rate. Joining the Safety, Health & Environment (SHE) team on a Summer Internship, you will play a key role in helping reduce these rates even further.

You’ll also gain exposure to some of the world’s biggest and best-known brands, and have many different opportunities to learn and develop the skills to start building your career.

What can you expect?
The structured 10 week Nestle Internship programme is an experience that could last you a lifetime. From the end of June to the end of August, you will join a busy team at one of our UK locations. As an Intern, you’ll be involved in a range of SHE activities, which could be anything from communications, risk assessments or a sustainability project. This is designed to give you a flavour of SHE and enable you to develop the skills, knowledge and experience you need to pursue a SHE career. We will give you full support to explore the function and understand our business.

Success could lead to an opportunity to join our Graduate scheme.

Person requirements

The Nestlé Internship programme is designed to help you build on certain strengths that we admire in our graduates. We are looking for a quick learner, strong team player and talented organiser who knows how to build relationships and is focused on achieving results. For our SHE programme it is also important to follow process, be a confident decision-maker, and able to take setbacks in your stride.

Accepted degree subjects

Any

Salary

£16,500 pro rata

Location

Dalston · Halifax · Sudbury · York

How to apply

Number of vacancies: One

Closing date: Continuous recruitment

This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 07/01/2018

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