STINT ROLES 2024
Please find below the available roles for the STEM Teacher Internship Programme 2024. You will be asked your preferred roles on your application form. Please note, this page may be updated with additional roles as they become available. Roles are in-person, please only select locations that you can easily commute to daily.
APC was created out of a passion for science and research. In 2011, Dr. Mark Barrett and Prof. Brian Glennon of the UCD School of Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering in Dublin, Ireland, embarked on a mission to disrupt the pharma and biotech industries with a hyper-focused, accelerated approach to drug process development. APC has grown organically to become a global powerhouse in process development, partnering with companies large and small to bring medicines to market at unprecedented speed.
About VLE Therapeutics
APC has created a new company, VLE Therapeutics, to support the manufacture of vaccines and advanced therapeutics for clinical and commercial supply. A Stage 1 investment is targeted to deliver an operational GMP manufacturing capability by the end of 2021. The leadership and operations team is currently being expanded in line parallel with the facility design and build. A Stage 2 will deliver a new bespoke 80,000 ft2 manufacturing facility by the end of 2023. The facility will provide a world-class platform for the GMP manufacture of a wide range of vaccines and advanced therapeutics.
Support activities related to our Learning, Development, and Improvement as well as our Quality and Regulatory Affairs teams. The intern will be working on training documentation, assisting Technical Trainer with all necessary tasks, e-learnings, working on improvement projects. Company laptop for duration of placement will be provided, opportunities to participate in a variety of training including White Belt certification, Townhall social event, intern network, etc.
Alexion is a global biopharmaceutical company focused on serving patients and families affected by rare diseases and devastating conditions through the discovery, development and commercialization of life-changing medicines. As a leader in rare diseases for over 30 years, Alexion has over 3000 dedicated employees in over 50 countries. Alexion has two sites in Ireland, based in College Park, Dublin and Monksland, Athlone.
The Innovation and Learning Team Intern works within the Innovation and Learning Team to support all training and CI activities across the College Park site. Their key responsibilities will include
• Maintaining GMP Training Records, maintenance of the learning management system as well as support for regulatory and internal audits.
• The candidate will also support and be involved in continuous improvement projects and activities across the site as we develop our performance excellence programme
The Kerry manufacturing plant is based in Killorglin, Co Kerry on the banks of the river Laune. Killorglin is on the famous Ring of Kerry and the beauty of this area attracts visitors from all over the world and is also an amazing place to live.
The plant was established (originally as Fujisawa) in 1990. This manufacturing site formulates an immunosuppressant. This is one of Astellas Pharma Inc’s most important and innovative drugs, using the latest encapsulation, ampoule filling and packaging technology which is used to prevent the rejection of transplanted organs. Worldwide distribution is from Killorglin. In addition, the first bio product for the Kerry plant, will be finished, packaged, and distributed worldwide from the Kerry plant.
The Kerry plant is recognised as an industry leader for energy management and energy efficient design. In keeping with the beautiful environment that we live and work in we have embraced environment friendly technologies and constantly push the green energy sustainability targets through the use of wind turbine, biomass, PV panels and food digester. At our Kerry plant, we live the Astellas Way, and our values of patient focus, ownership, results, openness and integrity are the foundation of our culture, guiding all of our actions.
Astellas is also working to embrace the next generation work place of the future and we are committed to safety, quality and compliance in everything we do.
Analysis and compilation of results for packaging materials and finished products and other materials as required in accordance with the approved testing instructions and procedures. Main Tasks
To perform as scheduled, all testing activities in accordance with Good Laboratory Practices (GLP). To ensure that all testing is carried out correctly and efficiently in accordance with written procedures:
Finished Packaged Product
Other materials as scheduled
Accurately and efficiently records all data in LIMS or as applicable.
Records instrument usage as required in LIMS/ appropriate logbook.
Filing of documentation in an organised chronological/ batch sequence where required.
Collects retain samples for raw materials and finished product.
Prepares and stores the correct quantities of filled capsules/ ampoules/ vials, raw materials/ active ingredient, primary and secondary packaging materials.
Control the retain storage in accordance with the relevant procedure(s).
SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT
To comply with safety and environmental procedures/ waste disposal in the laboratory i.e. the wearing of safety glasses, lab coats, correct disposal of waste etc.
Consults schedules to ensure that all packaging materials and finished products and other materials are tested (as applicable) and the data recorded/ peer reviewed within the agreed deadline.
Familiarisation with all of the laboratory instrumentation and ensure that it is calibrated before use.
Citi’s mission is to serve as a trusted partner to our clients by responsibly providing financial services that enable growth and economic progress. Our core activities are safeguarding assets, lending money, making payments and accessing the capital markets on behalf of our clients. We have 200 years of experience helping our clients meet the world’s toughest challenges and embrace its greatest opportunities. We are Citi, the global bank – an institution connecting millions of people across hundreds of countries and cities.
Citi has been in Ireland since 1965 when it came to support to other US multinationals here. We are now a 2,500+ workforce who service both local, regional and global businesses and clients from our Dublin office. We have a proud history in Ireland and embody the diversity of our environment in which we operate. Pease see the below link that tells our story.
Operations & Technology, Placement Intern
You are the brains behind our work. You are ready to bring your knowledge from the classroom to the boardroom; and Citi wants to help you get there. Whether it is honing your skills or building your network, we know that success cannot come without growth. Our programmes equip you with the knowledge and training you need to play a valuable role on your team; and establish a long-term career here. At Citi; we value internal mobility; and career growth is not a question of if; but when.
The Citi Operations & Technology Placement provides an unrivalled opportunity to build a career in technology. The programme is designed to attract graduates from Technology; Science; Engineering; and Math disciplines; but also those from any technical discipline with relevant experience who aspire to work in technology and build a career with Citi. As a Placement Intern; you will get hands-on experience with multiple Citi Operations & Technology services which could include solution and process design; analysis; design and coding; application support; and quality assurance. We provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to succeed. We’re committed to teaching you the ropes.
At the start of the programme; Placement Interns will be assigned to work with a team within Citi Operations & Technology for the duration of the programme. Citi’s Placement Intern Programme aims to mould students into high-calibre professionals and future leaders through careful training and development. Your time here will look something like this…
• Get hands-on experience with multiple Citi Operations and Technology services which could include solution and process design; analysis; design and coding; application support; and quality assurance
• Ensure products are designed with the right technology and delivered at the right service standard and price for clients
• Align technology products and services with business needs
• Monitor infrastructure and application services
• Focus on ease and speed of problem and request resolution at optimal cost
Backed by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI), CÚRAM is a world leading SFI research centre with expertise in medical device technology. With ten partner institutes and 32 industry partners, researchers at CÚRAM are designing the next generation of medical devices. CÚRAM’s aim is to improve the quality of life for people suffering from chronic illnesses like diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and Parkinson’s disease.
This job will expose the intern to all facets of working in a scientific research centre. The job will require rotations in the laboratory to learn techniques such as cell culture, microscopy, and biomaterial characterisation. The intern will also shadow our industry team to learn about the pathway from research to commercialisation. The intern will be part of the Education and Public Engagement team and be involved in projects such as our Marine Medtech exhibit at Galway Atlantaquaria, co-creating murals with artists, and developing lesson plans based on the centre’s research activities. During the internship, he/she will receive science communication/media training and be invited to the centre’s annual summit to hear world-renowned speakers present their research.
Ericsson is one of the leading providers of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to service providers. We enable the full value of connectivity by creating game-changing technology and services that are easy to use, adopt, and scale, making our customers successful in a fully connected world.
The STInt Intern will work as a sub-project manager and will be responsible for organizing and overseeing our school engagement program, INFUSE, and support the planning activities needed to promote STEM in our local community. The Ericsson INFUSE program is focused on bringing technology closer to the Irish schools. We aim to teach and build an enthusiasm for STEM within the education systems in order to motivate students to consider STEM in their future careers.
ESB is Ireland’s foremost energy company. We have been supplying power to industry, communities and individuals for 90 years. Through innovation, expertise and investment, we are leading the way in developing smart and sustainable energy systems to meet the demands of modern life, both at home and overseas, making us a vital part of building a brighter, more sustainable future.
At ESB, we believe that electricity is an enabler of societal and economic well-being and that every citizen should have access to secure, sustainable and affordable electricity supplies. We are harnessing all our resources for a brighter future, investing in our people and working collaboratively with partners to enhance the lives of our customers, drive economic progress and bring about a more sustainable future.
Joining ESB’s IT team, the STInt Intern will be part of a highly motivated and skilled team where they will have the opportunity to deliver results in a fast-paced, innovative team environment.
We design, deliver and support ESB’s extensive IT landscape through innovative IT solutions. Our team of almost 800 IT Professionals operates one of the most technologically advanced IT and telecommunications infrastructures in the country, supporting hundreds of 3rd party, custom and cloud applications, websites and many largescale enterprise systems. We have one of the largest IT spends in the country, delivering a large number of multi-million euro projects each year.
The STInt Intern will have the opportunity to build their IT and business knowledge through a challenging assignment, exposure to our business units, diverse range of business activities, or perhaps the opportunity to work on one of our major IT projects.
At Fidelity, we are focused on making our financial expertise broadly accessible and effective in helping people live the lives they want. We are a privately held company that places a high degree of value in creating and nurturing a work environment that attracts the best talent and reflects our commitment to our associates. Fidelity established an Ireland presence in 1996 and we currently employ 1000 staff across IT and shared services, with offices in Dublin (City West) and Galway (Parkmore East).
A STEM Teacher internship at Fidelity Investments offers you hands-on experience in a global, dynamic and face-paced technology organisation.
By joining our official intern programme will have an opportunity to learn how STEM subjects can be applied and how leading-edge technologies are being used by the Fintech industry. You will be integrated into our teams who work daily with colleagues in the US, India and China to deliver best in class technology solutions for our customers. You will participate in soft skills training and get an opportunity to work on a real business challenge with other interns. You will have the support of a buddy throughout your time at Fidelity.
This is more than just a job; it’s a connection to colleagues across the company and the chance to enjoy social opportunities like our sports and social club, fun events, and our grassroots communities of practice (CoPs).
IBM Consulting Ireland is a team of business, strategy and technology consultants that design, build, and run foundational systems and services that is the backbone of the world’s economy. IBM Consulting partners with the world’s leading companies in over 170 countries to build smarter businesses by re-imagining and re-inventing through technology, with its outcome-focused methodologies, industry-leading portfolio and world class research and operations expertise leading to results-driven innovation and enduring excellence. In Ireland we work directly with both public and private sector clients defining their digital transformation strategies and implementing the solutions to support their strategy.
Our internship will provide you with the opportunity to as part of an IBM Consulting team working directly with our client teams developing complex solutions in many areas such as Advanced Analytics, Cognitive, ERP & Customer Care implementations & Cloud. You will work directly with recent graduates and more experienced consultants in a collaborative environment where you will gain exposure to how we help our clients solve their problems in a fast paced and innovative way.
Key Skills Required
• Have a keen interest in business and technology
• Be a clear communicator
• Be logical in the way you analyse and solve problems
• Be a team player, result oriented, with a can-do attitude who is comfortable working in a highly flexible collaborative environment
• Have a keen interest in learning how to use technology to solve clients’ business problems
Workday is a leading provider of enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources, helping customers adapt and thrive in a changing world. Workday applications for financial management, human resources, planning, spend management, and analytics have been adopted by thousands of organisations around the world and across industries — from medium-sized businesses to more than 45 percent of the Fortune. For more information about Workday, visit www.workday.com.
- You will be assigned a team or project, based on your interests and skills.
- Possible host team activities include software development, Product or Project Management, Sales, User experience, QA or Customer Support.
- You will benefit from the global intern programme and a variety of workshops, panels, and activities to accelerate your growth.
- You will have an extend support network from managers, buddies, the intern programme team and other interns.
PwC is a diverse organisation and is the largest professional services firm in Ireland. We know that to create the best value for clients, we must constantly attract and nurture the best talent. We have motivated and energetic people from a variety of backgrounds—arts, business, engineering, finance and law—who ensure our clients receive the depth and breadth of insight and perspective required to negotiate an increasingly complex global environment. We offer a broad range of services across audit, tax and advisory.
As a summer intern you will be joined by a large cohort (approximately 150) for our 8 week programme. You will have regular in person programming around employability skills (amazing speakers, interactive sessions), in person social events as well as the support of your coach and buddy on your team. You will be given a company laptop and mobile device as well. Free breakfast in the office as well!