Interns will serve as first responders to medical situations. You will serve under the Director of Public Safety, the Public Safety Site Supervisor, and other Public Safety Supervisors. Interns will be responsible for handling first aid issues of all types and responsibly completing the required reports. The program will consist of approximately two hundred hours of practical, hands-on work in rendering first aid to the visiting public, vendors, and employees as needed in the course of day.
Student must be studying a medical-related curriculum (such as nursing or similar) and maintaining a 2.5 GPA or higher. Student must have basic report writing skills, and an active CPR/FIRST AID/AED certification and skills to apply. A working knowledge of Microsoft office and computer ability is helpful. Diligence, enthusiasm and a willingness to learn, and a sense of responsibility are required. Candidates must be on time for duties and possess appropriate social skills to work in a heavily attended entertainment venue with diverse work and visiting population. Shifts may vary and will include weekend work. Students must be poised and be capable of handling this work environment with proper respect for mission and persons.
Preference will be given to students enrolled in an accredited university, college, community college or technical institute and recommended by their schools. Non-student volunteers with proper credentials and references will also be considered.
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including resume, transcripts and letter of recommendation.