Liberty Mutual is beyond proud to be one of the largest private safety organizations in the United States—thanks in part to our team of risk control professionals.
If you have a knack for solving problems and seek a rewarding opportunity with a global Fortune 100 company, join us in helping our customers reduce risk, minimize costs, and stay safe.
Every day, our Risk Engineers are out in the field to ensure that people and businesses stay safe.
As a Risk Engineering Intern, you’ll develop critical knowledge about the commercial insurance business through the lens of risk management.
Among your tasks, you’ll learn the basics of engineering codes and standards and accompany Field Engineers on site visits to perform property and fire inspections.
Best of all, at the close of the summer internship, you may have the opportunity to explore a future career with Liberty Mutual, one of the leading property and casualty insurers in the country.
What you’ve got
● You’re working towards a bachelor’s degree in occupational safety, fire safety, engineering, or a related field.
● You hold a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA; additional requirements may apply.
● You possess solid written, oral, and interpersonal skills.
● You have a knack for research, evaluation, and analysis.
● You’re able to work independently on projects with limited supervision
● You are able to work full-time for a minimum of 10-12 weeks from June to August.
A little about us
As one of the leading property and casualty insurers in the country, Liberty Mutual is helping people embrace today and confidently pursue tomorrow.
We were recognized as a ‘2018 Great Place to Work’ by Great Place to Work US, and were named by Forbes as one of the best employers in the country for new graduates and women—as well as for diversity.
Liberty Mutual is an equal opportunity employer. We will not tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, disability, veteran’s status, pregnancy, genetic information, or on any basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law.