Waste Management is proud to launch our first ever Virtual Internship programme!
Gain insight into the innovative sustainability work Waste Management is doing in Aotearoa. We are offering the opportunity to accelerate your professional development and showcase your skills to leaders within our business – no matter where you are in NZ.
New Zealand university students keen to develop themselves during midsemester break should consider applying.
You’ll be as passionate about sustainability as we are. We’re committed to keeping New Zealand beautiful for future generations and are doing groundbreaking work in this space.
You’ll also be energised by challenges. We believe through perseverance and innovation we always find the answer, and we want to work with people who have this mindset too!
To be successful you will be:
Studying at a NZ university, graduating either this year or in 2022
Passionate about sustainability
Available approximately 20 hours per week from Monday 21st June to Sunday 18th July
About the Virtual Internship
This internship is a four-week programme (around 20 hours of work per week), designed to accelerate your professional growth. You'll be working in a team with four other students from across New Zealand, to tackle real business challenges for Waste Management and present back to our team on your findings.
You can join from wherever in New Zealand you are – you just need a computer and internet connection.
- Online induction and briefing session
Access to online platform to connect with your team and submit your work
A mentor from Waste Management for the duration of the internship
Opportunity to present to business leaders
Real world industry experience
Development of your employability skills and confidence
Chance to grow your professional network
How to apply
Places are limited, apply via the below link before 5pm on Monday 31st May 2021.
We’ll review all applications after the closing date and will let you know if you've been successful.
Waste Management is an EEO employer and promotes drug and alcohol-free workplaces.