Student Volunteer (Engineer)

About the Agency

Department of Labor (DOL) seeks to attract and retain a high performing and diverse workforce in which employees’ differences are respected and valued to better meet the varying needs of the diverse customers we serve. DOL fosters a diverse and inclusive work environment that promotes collaboration, flexibility and fairness so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential.

This position is located in the Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), in the Directorate of Standards and Guidance(DSG), in the Office of Regulatory Analysis.

The mission of the Directorate of Standards and Guidance (DSG) in the Office of Regulatory Analysis is to ensure safe and healthful working conditions in covered workplaces throughout the United States. Their mission is accomplished through the development of workplace standards, regulations, and guidance that address significant safety and health risks to workers.


Incumbent will carry out routine assignments associated with an entry level or junior level Engineer. Examples of tasks for this position are:

  • Assisting in the development and drafting of documents or responses to inquiries in the field of engineering, such as industrial, chemical, safety, fire protection or mechanical;
  • Participating in rulemaking and guidance development activities;
  • Researching and assist in providing responses to inquiries for information on engineering methods or approaches;
  • Participating in intra-agency meetings/calls.

Travel Required

  • Not Required

Relocation Authorized

  • No

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