Hill Laboratories, New Zealand's largest independent laboratory, in partnership with the Ministry of Science and Innovation, is giving five science graduates the chance to secure full-time paid employment in one of its four Hamilton laboratories through a summer internship programme.
The internships, funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation’s undergraduate internship programme, are open to students studying engineering, science (Chemistry) or technology at NZQA level 7 or higher level. Students must have completed their final year of study towards an undergraduate degree and have the right to live and work in New Zealand. The internships run for a period of 10 weeks between November 2012 and the start of the first semester in 2013.
More information and online applications are on the Hill Laboratories website www.hill-laboratories.com. Applications close on October 15, 2012.
From its humble beginnings in the early 1980s testing soils, plants and waters, Hill Labs is currently the largest independent analytical laboratory in New Zealand with microbiological, food and bioanalytical divisions. It won a Deloitte Fast 50 award in 2010 for the fastest growing mature business in the Central North Island region.