• Lurie Children's Hospital Summer Intern 2019 - Multiple Departments

    Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/1/2019 3:24 PM)
    Requisition ID
    Position Type
    Regular Part-Time
  • Overview

    Ann Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago provides superior pediatric care in a setting that offers the latest benefits and innovations in medical technology, research and family-friendly design.


    Lurie Children's Hospital is hiring 2019 Summer Interns in several departments who will be responsible for administrative and support duties such as data entry, filing, photocopying, faxing, ordering supplies and general office support that assures work is done in a timely fashion.  The summer internship actively supports the Hospital’s Core Values and continuous improvement goals, while providing excellent customer service both as an individual and as an impactful team member. 


    2019 Participating Department's:

    • Consortium to Lower Obesity in Chicago Children
    • Almost Home Kids
    • Strengthening Chicago's Youth
    • Smith Child Health Research, Outreach and Advocacy Center
    • Accounting & Treasury
    • Emergency Medicine Division
    • Facilities and Engineering 
    • Voices of Child Health

    General Applications:


    Applicants who want to be considered should submit a resume/CV along with a cover letter that answers the questions below.  Cover letter's also need to be tailored to the specific department of interest. 

    1. What you hope to gain from this internship program and why you are interested in Lurie Children's Hospital
    2. Current academic achievements and professional interests

    2019 application deadline is April 1st by end of business day in order to be considered. 



    General job functions:

    1. Interns will work on a specific project independently or as part of a team; project details, timeline, and deliverables will be determined in collaboration with supervisor based on department/program’s needs and student’s interests.
    2. Assist with administrative, communication, and other operational activities in support of department/program’s goals and work plans; examples include data collection/entry/transcription, notetaking and meetings minutes, event staffing, scheduling meetings, copying/filing, etc.



    1. High school diploma or equivalent required.
    2. Actively pursuing a bachelor’s degree in a related field required.
    3. Interest in pursuing a career in a healthcare setting preferred.
    4. Previous job experience in medical setting and/or clerical experience preferred.


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