The Hanover Insurance Group is seeking to attract exceptional college students for our Summer Internship Program, which provides meaningful opportunities for personal and professional growth, as well as rewarding career path options.
The Hanover’s Internship Program provides college students with the opportunity to work on a variety of critical business assignments, test your skills, use your academic knowledge and match your interests to a real job over the course of 10 weeks. Through the program, you will be supported and mentored by a community of exceptional talent including: leaders, managers, subject matter experts and recent graduates who are just getting started in our dynamic industry. As part of your experience, you will also participate in a cross-functional team building project focused on corporate philanthropy, as well as attend weekly development workshops with your intern peers. We have very high expectations of our participants and anticipate their strong dedication to the program and to our company. We expect candidates to have a sense of ownership in their career development and a commitment to excellence. We recruit highly skilled students for potential future full-time employment opportunities, upon graduation. The Hanover’s Internship Program is 10 weeks in duration throughout the summer (June – mid August).
The purpose of this role is in support of day to day Facilities engineering, operations, project management and safety planning activities as well as support of ongoing key initiatives. Support may include but is not limited to reporting and communications, research and implementation of best practices, documentation of ongoing projects and development and implementation of safety policies and procedures.
- Support development and documentation of Facilities policies and procedures
- Support environmental, health and safety improvements recommended by independent mock-OSHA and environmental compliance audits, working with Facilities staff and leadership to understand safety trends and best practices
- Responsible for small scale individual projects from initiation to completion
- Organize hard copy and digital documentation in consultation with Facilities and Workplace Services staff
- Participate in project work that may include but is not limited to planning, requirements gathering, workflow documentation, process efficiency assessment, data analysis, research, presentation of recommendations, or implementation
- Create and present a final presentation for management and leadership members at the close of the internship program highlighting the work you accomplished throughout the summer.