Investment Areas Planning Intern
SALARY: $16.00 /Hour
OPENING DATE: 04/24/17
CLOSING DATE: 05/08/17 05:00 PM
Two internships are available. Duration: June through October 2017. Schedule: 20-40 hours/week; primarily weekday, daytime hours; possibly including some evenings or weekends. Maximum 600 hours.
The purpose of this internship is to provide a learning opportunity for students and recent graduates while providing transportation and land use planning support during the environmental review process for both the Southwest Corridor Light Rail Project and the Powell-Division Transit and Development Project. The intern will work closely with planning and public involvement staff assigned to the two projects. The intern will gain an understanding of the environmental review process for transit projects, as well as research, analysis, writing, graphic design and public outreach skills.
At Metro, we hire a workforce representative of the communities we serve, understanding that a diverse workforce strengthens our organization. We value diversity and support a positive and welcoming environment where all of our employees can thrive.
1) Electronic application, 2) answer to supplemental questions, 3) resume, 4) cover letter, 5) writing sample and 6) a visual work sample (such as a map, chart or diagram).
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
The intern will work with planners on the following:
The ideal candidate is someone who is enthusiastic, dedicated, and eager to learn more about the planning field. This position is open to graduate students or recent graduates seeking work experience in the field of planning. Candidates should have a bachelor's or master's degree in planning, urban design, public administration, geography or a related field.
Desired knowledge, skills, and abilities include:
To apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregonmetro
GIS Analyst w/ Audubon (CA)Read Now
To apply, please send CV and cover letter using this link. Applications are due May 15, 2017:
Title: GIS Analyst
Type: Regular, Full-Time
The GIS Analyst will plan for and implement all aspects of Audubon California (ACA)’s GIS-related projects including facilitating project teams, identifying resources and establishing project objectives, timelines and milestones. S/He will serve as a resource and provide training to staff and chapters regarding the GIS tools available to them through Audubon’s partnership with Esri. S/He will work closely with science and conservation staff in Coastal, Marine, Working Lands, and Important Bird Areas programs to provide essential GIS support.
Qualifications and Experience:
Job Title: Chelan County Public Works - Temp Summer Position June –Sept
Department: Chelan County Public Works
Job Type: NonExempt
Salary: $ 13.80 - $ 13.80 / Hourly
Posted: April 25, 2017
Application Deadline: May 10, 2017
Chelan County Public Works
316 Washington Street, Suite 402
Wenatchee, WA 98801
Chelan County Public Works is looking for an individual to fill a temporary summer position in the Addressing Department. This position will help departmental staff with a variety of tasks, mostly focusing on addressing and road naming issues.
Responsibilities may include the following duties: synchronization of addressing databases, field work which may include: documentation of road name signs, location of driveways, and field checks on address posting; data entry of addressing attributes into various software programs, providing assistance in digitizing of map features, data collection, and other generalized information; other duties as assigned.
Strong skills with computers and typical PC software are required. Applicant must be detail-orientated. Experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software is desirable. Requires effective organization and communication skills, the ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with department personnel, and the ability to work well in a multitasking environment as well as alone. A Washington State Driver’s License is required.
Work will be performed in a normal office setting and/or in the field on county roadways. Field work will be done in a variety of weather conditions and terrain.
The duties require sitting at a computer terminal for extended periods of time and/or field work. This job may include: walking on various types of surfaces, including rough terrain, sitting, standing, ability to maintain balance, climb inclines, ability to kneel, bend, stoop, crouch, reach, push, pull, twist; requires sense of touch, finger dexterity, gripping with fingers and hands, lifting and carrying up to 20 pounds; ability to operate passenger vehicles; ability to hear voice conversations; requires color vision with depth perception.
To apply, please submit resume, letter of interest and Completed Chelan County Application to: Chelan County Human Resources, 400 Douglas Street, Suite 201, Wenatchee, WA 98801 or email all to Katie.Batson@co.chelan.wa.us no later than Wednesday May 10, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
SELECTION PROCESS: Following a review of the applications and resumes, the highest qualified applicants will be interviewed. After a selection is made, all applicants not selected will be notified in writing.
Data & Information Technology Coordinator W/ Smithsonian-led Marine Global Earth ObservatoryRead Now
The Smithsonian-led Marine Global Earth Observatory (MarineGEO) program seeks a Data Manager:
Data and Information Technology Coordinator
The Smithsonian Marine Global Earth Observatory (MarineGEO) seeks a talented, motivated, and collaborative person to help implement and expand a network-wide data/information system to support its scientific mission of conducting coordinated, global research on marine biodiversity and ecosystems. This position serves as the data and information technology coordinator, a key role for the MarineGEO network of partners dispersed nationally and internationally. The coordinator serves a central function of facilitating research and data-driven discovery across the network by stewarding data management, system administration, and data collaboration.
Please send a single PDF file to MarineGEO@si.edu using the subject line “Application: Data IT Coordinator” in the email. The PDF should include: a cover letter briefly stating interest and highlighting relevant experience, a CV, and a list of three references with title and contact information. The CV should include any public examples of previous software work. Application review will begin May 1 and continue until the position is filled or May 31, whichever is sooner.
The State of California, Tahoe Conservancy has a GIS specialist position open, duty station, S. Lake Tahoe, CA:
Special RequirementsDetailed knowledge of and experience with ESRI's Collector App; knowledge of Python and Python scripting skills; basic understanding of SQL programming; good customer service
Other desired skills:
To view this email as a web page, go here: http://bit.ly/2qchhY7
As this spring semester comes to a close, I wanted to update you on our available fall internships before your students head off for the summer. We will have a number of positions available through the Federal Diversity Internship Initiative and would be grateful if you could spread the word to your students!
We anticipate a high demand for students with GIS backgrounds during the fall term. Students with related training and experience are expected to be very successful candidates, and they are highly encouraged to apply!
Accepted students will receive free housing (if the internship is located away from home) and a stipend.
Internships last for 15 weeks and are available with these agencies:
• Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
• U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
• U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
• U.S. Department of the Treasury
• U.S. Census Bureau
Interested students must submit an application by June 7, 2017 to be considered.
For more information on the Federal Diversity Internship Initiative, please visit www.twc.edu/federal. Applications can be submitted at: www.twc.edu/apply
Any questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-238-7917.
The Resource Company (TRC) is a small natural resource environmental firm has an immediate need for a full-time, permanent GIS Analyst to provide graphics supports for wetland and wildlife habitat studies and reports. TRC has completed over 1500 natural resource-based projects in the Pacific Northwest since its establishment in 1991. Projects completed by TRC include residential commercial, and retail development as well as public works, transportation projects for local counties and cities. The successful candidate will confer with the biology staff to assist in conducting fieldwork and preparing the graphics for the required reports and permit application documents.
The selected candidate will be responsible for managing the TRC GIS Department and providing GIS analysis and cartographic production for TRC Biologists conducting wetland delineations, habitat assessments, and mitigation plans on projects in SW Washington & NW Oregon.
Job Type: Full-time
GreenWood Resources is seeking a Forest Management Systems Administrator in Portland, OR. Deadline is April 30, 2017. Here is the link to the job posting: https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.htmlclient=gwrglobal&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US#
GreenWood Resources is growing and seeking a Forest Management Systems Administrator for our Portland, Oregon location!
Position Title: Forest Management Systems Administrator
Position Location: Portland, Oregon (downtown)
Department: Resource Management Group
Immediate Supervisor: Resource Operations Manager
Target Start Date: July 1, 2017
DEADLINE TO APPLY: April 30, 2017
KEY FUNCTION OF POSITION:
Administer GWR’s Forest Management System (“FMS”), an enterprise database for forest operations records storage, activity monitoring, and management of vendor payments. The FMS is housed on a Microsoft SQL Server platform and uses ESRI ArcGIS and Trimble Land Resource Manager technology. Job functions include database administration, data analysis, report development, design and execution of new modules and functionality, and technical support and training for GWR’s global user base.
SUMMARY OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Day-to-day functions – administration and maintenance
Day-to-day functions – training and support
AGS has extended its deadline for summer internship applications to May 8th, 2017.
Note: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis if a student is interested in applying for a Fall internship they may.
The summer internship lasts for 15 weeks, with the weekly hours being 35 hours. Upon successful completion of the Scholar-Intern Program, Summer Interns receive a scholarship of $1,000.00.
Interns with interest in any of the following areas are encouraged to apply:
· Geography and Environmental Studies
· Geospatial Analysis and GIS
· Media and Communications
· Information Technology and Web Development
Scholarships rewarded upon successful completion of program Projects:
· Assist with updating and maintaining new website and blog.
· Assist with maximizing social networking opportunities to expand reach of the Society’s activities, including writing for blog and conducting interviews.
· Assist with marketing/administrative research projects.
· Assist with designing new projects/campaigns
· Maintain a 3.2 GPA on a 4.0 scale
· Enrolled in college courses (unless applying for a Summer internship).
Send application materials to:
Ms. Anastasia Tom, Operations and Projects Manager
American Geographical Society
32 Court Street, Suite 201
Brooklyn Heights, NY 11201
DOGAMI Student GIS work: Mineral Land Reclamation and Regulation Office: Albany, ORRead Now
DOGAMI is recruiting for a student to work as a temp in our Mineral Land Reclamation and Regulation office in Albany. We need someone to help with our GIS data for the mine sites we regulate. The appointment would be for a total of 6 months’ time during a one-year period, with flexible hours. Monthly salary would be in the range of $2135-3150, depending on qualifications. Applicants should be fluent in GIS, and a background in geology or geography would be good but not essential. We are trying to move very fast with this to get in ahead of the pending hiring freeze, so it would be very helpful if you could distribute this to students and faculty quickly. Ian.MADIN@oregon.gov
A partial list of tasks is:
There may also be an opportunity to work with drone imagery capture and Structure from Motion modeling, and some opportunity for participation in site inspections.