Planning Intern Field Operations

Candice Schmitt

Candice Schmitt manages the HR and Recruiting functions at HQ. She graduated from the University of Southern California with a BS in Psychology. After landing a gig in the psycho-educational field working with kids with mental and emotional disabilities, Candice recognized her passion for people and contributing to their individual success and sought out a career in HR. Prior to joining TR, she worked her way through the HR-ranks at a fashion start-up company in downtown LA.

Team Rubicon is seeking a Planning Intern to support operational learning and the continuous improvement of its disaster response capabilities. You will collaborate with response operations leaders to gather key lessons and metrics from each response operation. You will apply your analytical skills towards identifying trends, risks, best practices, and improvement points. We’re looking for the analyst who can run with the wolves, dynamically adjust to shifting operational demands, and generate buy-in among diverse groups.

What is in it for you (what will you throw on your resume after this internship):

  • Assist in pioneering implementation of continuous improvement systems for disaster response operations. Take lessons-learned on operations, and spearhead the implementation of appropriate change.
  • Develop innovative, cross-functional solutions to organizational challenges and risks
  • Collaborate with Training, Membership, and Communications personnel to design and implement strategies for communicating operational knowledge and lessons learned
  • Generate and present reports, visual displays, and presentations in physical and electronic formats
  • Support the National EOC’s planning function during activation for major domestic and international disasters
Term Start & End Dates
Summer June 1 – August 31

 

What we’re asking from you:

Join us at our National Operations Center in Grand Prairie, Texas, operating amongst some gnarly teammates, cuddly dogs, and all levels of leadership for 10 – 20 hours a week. During disaster operations we stay late, work hard, and get shit done. Term will end August 31, 2016.

What you need to be successful:

  • Passion for technology, learning, and people and a positive attitude coupled with an indomitable spirit
  • Eagerness to troubleshoot, understand, and solve problems then articulate solutions succinctly
  • Ability to thrive in a fast paced team environment and collaborate across multiple departments
  • Surgeon’s attention to detail and extremely strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Skillful with technology, Excel, Google Apps and the willingness to learn advanced technology systems

Credentials and Experience:

Applicant should have a current field of study, a completed degree, or relevant experience related to the application of skills required of this position. Familiarity with disaster relief and emergency management is a plus.

How to apply:

Email cover letter and resume to [email protected] with Planning Intern in the subject line. Please include a brief explanation of your story and answer the following prompt: A sophisticated alien ship has crashed in your backyard. The pilot has asked you to help determine the cause and fix it. What is his name? Who do you select for your team? How do you approach this impossible task?

 

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What's In It for You?

In addition to the opportunity to change the world with a team of kick-ass individuals, all full-time positions offer the following benefits.

  • Health and Wellness
    • Employer-paid health, dental and vision
    • Employer-paid long disability and life insurance
    • Employer-paid teledoc and wellness tool
    • Flexible spending account
  • Retirement
    • 401k and Employer Match
    • No vesting schedule or waiting period
  • Perks
    • Generous PTO Policy
    • Paid holidays
    • Cell phone allowance

* Please note the benefits above do not apply for internships or part-time positions.