The City of Hillsboro is accepting resumes for a GIS & Asset Management Intern position. Under the
supervision of staff, this position will assist the Public Works GIS & Asset Management Section with
the collection, editing and analysis of utility Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data.
Salary: $14.88 - $18.81 Hourly
Location: 150 E Main Street Hillsboro OR 97123, OR
Closing: 5/2/2021 11:59 PM Pacific
General Description of Duties
• Field Global Position System (GPS) data collection
• GIS data editing and quality control analysis
• Generation of maps and reports using ArcGIS software and Microsoft Excel
• Use of Asset Management software Cartegraph OMS to analyze maintenance and asset
• Review of construction drawings for use in GIS data improvement
• Development of written technical procedure documentation for GIS processes
Our ideal candidate will:
• Be an active learner who is able to quickly develop new technical skills and understand
• Possess professional verbal and written communication skills
• Have the ability to work independently in the field, in the office, or remotely from home
• Have experience using GIS software and knowledge of GIS concepts
• Undergraduate or graduate student studying Geography, Geology, Urban Planning,
Environmental Science, Computer Science or any program of study that uses Geographic
Information Systems (GIS) software.
• Proficiency in the basic functionality of GIS software. Esri ArcMap or ArcGIS Pro preferred
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications including Outlook, Excel, and Word
• 18 years of age or older
• Possess a valid driver’s license with a safe driving record
• Must complete and pass criminal background check
How to Apply
Visit our career opportunities webpage to submit an application, cover letter, resume, and
responses to supplemental questions. Partial applications will not be considered.
Questions? Contact Omar Ucan, at Omar.Ucan@hillsboro-oregon.gov
or at 503-681-6222
Call for Applications for the REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates) Fellows of the NSF Spatiotemporal Innovation CenterRead Now
We invite college students (with US citizenship or green card) to apply for 6-10 REU fellowships to virtually participate in world-class research during the 2021 summer by April 20, 2021.
1. collaborate with productive researchers,
2. opportunity to participate in world-class research,
3. co-author peer reviewed (journal) papers,
4. networking with peer students from across the country.
5. $700 per week stipend,
Please help forward to students who may be interested in. Details can be found at NSF REU Fellow Opportunity – stcenter
The Freshwater Trust, a non-profit leader in stream and river restoration, is seeking a Geographic Information Systems intern who has experience using ArcGIS Desktop and/or ArcGIS Pro and who is interested in the organization’s mission to fix and restore freshwater ecosystems. The intern will assist The Freshwater Trust’s Science and Analytics staff with data creation and research and development of new tools. Application deadline: April 18, 2021
Please visit the job advertisement on our job opportunities web page for more information.
Job description: https://www.thefreshwatertrust.org/jobs-opportunities/gis-internship-2021/
Job opportunities page: https://www.thefreshwatertrust.org/jobs-opportunities/
Organization: Central San
Central San is a special district that provides wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal services; recycled water production and distribution; and household hazardous waste collection.
Title: Two GIS Internship Opportunities
Location: Martinez, CA
Application Deadline: 2021-05-14
1. Central San is looking to hire an Asset Management & Geographic Information System for a 6 MONTH INTERNSHIPS $24.00 per hour
This position will assist the Asset Management/GIS Group with GIS and Asset Management projects. Duties include editing and maintaining GIS datasets, collecting field data, creating and updating District maps, publishing map services and supporting the asset management system. Should have experience with Esri ArcMap or ArcGIS Pro. Preferred Qualifications – completed GIS course(s) and/or majoring in Geography or another geospatial major. Central San is a special district that provides wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal services; recycled water production and distribution; and household hazardous waste collection. These internships are 40-hours, Monday through Friday, and located onsite in Martinez. These temporary positions are a six-month commitment, starting in June / July 2021 and finishing in December 2021 / January 2022. To be eligible, must possess a valid California Driver's License and have a satisfactory driving history. The positions also require to be a current student with junior or senior standing, or a recent graduate (graduated within the past 12 months). These assignments provide an opportunity for students to apply their academic preparation to practical work experience in a wastewater utility. Students interested in applying for the following positions should submit an application with a cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript(s) at firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Central San is looking to hire an ASSET MANAGEMENT & Geographic Information System (GIS) ASSISTANT for the SUMMER. $15 - 18.00 per hour depending on position
This position will assist the Asset Management/GIS Group with GIS and Asset Management projects. Duties include editing and maintaining GIS datasets, collecting field data, creating and updating District maps, publishing map services and supporting the asset management system. Should have experience with Esri ArcMap or ArcGIS Pro. Preferred Qualifications - Interest in GIS and/or majoring in GIS, Geography, or another geospatial major. These are 40-hours, Monday through Friday, temporary summer positions located onsite in Martinez. Requirements include a current, full–time student status, at least 18 years of age, possess a valid California Driver’s License, and have a satisfactory driving history. These temporary positions are a summer commitment starting in May / June 2021 and finishing in August / September 2021. These assignments provide an opportunity for students to gain work experience in a wastewater utility. Students interested in applying for the following positions should submit an application with a cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript(s) at email@example.com.
The Student Conservation Association (SCA)
June 29, 2021 to June 27, 2022
Willamette Valley Project
GIS Intern working in the Environmental Stewardship section of the Willamette Valley Project (WVP) for the Army Corps of Engineers. WVP is a major water resource project responsible for operating 13 dams and managing natural resources and recreation in the lakes and surrounding lands. We manage nearly 50,000 acres in the Willamette, McKenzie, and Santiam watersheds. The Environmental Stewardship section is known for their community partnerships in natural resource preservation and restoration.
Primary duties include data acquisition, data management, natural resource GIS mapping, and field GPS data collection. Data analysis for projects related to cultural and historic resources, Master Plan development, threatened and endangered plants and wildlife, invasive plants, habitat restoration, easements and land ownership, and hydrology. Additional duties may include field support of other natural resource programs such as botany, wildlife biology, cultural resources monitoring, boundary surveys and park operations.
- $1,100- one time RT travel allowance
- $260 - weekly living allowance
- $40 weekly commuting allowance
- $950- monthly housing allowance (12 months of housing)
- $3,000 duty travel reimbursement
- AmeriCorps eligible ($6195 education award)
*All allowances subject to applicable federal, state, and local taxes
Intern – GIS Analyst
MIG, Inc. is a national firm specializing in planning, design, communications, management, science, and technology. We believe that the environment around us has a profound impact on our lives and our shared vision: is of a world where people, communities, and ecosystems thrive. For over 35 years, MIG has engaged the talents and vitality of top professionals who plan, design, and sustain environments that support human development. Our team members are passionate about their work and share a common desire to engage closely with our clients and the communities impacted by our work.
Our Berkeley accessibility team is seeking a temporary Intern GIS Analyst to join our multi-disciplinary team. This position may transition to full-time, regular employment in the future dependent upon workload, performance, and candidate interest. This is a paid internship that will last from approximately April 2021 through December 2021, though the exact timing is negotiable based upon availability and workload. The candidate does not need to be local to Berkeley and can work remotely. The typical schedule for this position is Monday-Friday, at least 20 hours/week and up to 40 hours/week depending on available work. For current students, considerations will be made for part-time internships to accommodate academic schedules. Please note that completing an internship is not a guarantee of a full-time offer in the future. MIG will support any student that wishes to receive academic credit for this internship.
Responsibilities – What You’ll Accomplish
Experience and Qualifications for Success – What We’d Like to See
To accomplish these responsibilities, you will be able to manage competing priorities, think
critically and creatively, work as part of a collaborative team in an open environment, and
maintain a sense of humor and camaraderie. You will ideally have some combination of the
How to Apply
If this position sounds like a fit for your skillsets and you are passionate about creating and improving communities, we would love to hear from you! Please email your resume, work samples, and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MIG values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer; we encourage candidates of all backgrounds, physical abilities, and military veterans to apply. MIG offices are closed during covid and all staff are working remotely. Compensation is commensurate with experience.
This is a one-year assignment with the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI) is seeking a focused, detail-oriented GIS Data Entry Intern to work with a team on a tree tracking data entry project. The purpose of this project is to create accurate and current GIS data representing trees on private development sites. The data will be used to inform administration and enforcement of tree protection codes and development of tree related policy.
The team performs daily GIS data entry in a fast-paced, production driven environment. Central to this work is reading and interpreting tree data in plan sets and other documents.
Educational Benefit to Student:
Gain experience with Land Use Codes, learn basic GIS System, enter data into a Tree Tracking System and research problem areas.
Performs data entry on the City’s Tree Tracking Database, which is a point layer in GIS.
Student must be enrolled in an accredited educational program preferably studying Land Use, Forestry, Environmental Studies, Urban Planning, and Construction Management.
Undergraduate students will need to maintain a 2.0 GPA or above throughout the internship.
Start/End Dates: Interns will start in early May. Intern can schedule work hours between 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Salary: Undergraduates will be paid $18.36/hour.
Work Environment/Physical Demands: Most work is performed virtually at this time with potential to return to a normal City work/office environment.
How to Apply: complete an online application and include the following:
About the Position
The GIS Intern will provide temporary assistance to the Engineering Department with a variety of projects and tasks; including but not limited to field work, preparing and updating maps, accurately recording and documenting activities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Including the following. Other duties, responsibilities, and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This position has no supervisory responsibilities.
Education and/or Experience:
Must be enrolled in an accredited college program leading to an Associates or Bachelor’s of Science degree in engineering, computer science or Geographic Information Systems. ArcGIS, AutoCAD and system modeling tool or similar experience and/or coursework preferred.
Certificates, Licenses, or Registrations:
Must have a valid Driver’s license.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be proficient in MS Outlook, Excel, and Word. Experience in Geographic Information Systems software preferred.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is frequently required to walk, climb stairs, bend, reach, uses hands to finger, handle, or feel, and sit for extended periods of time. Occasionally required to lift and carry up to 40 pounds. Required to speak and hear clearly when communicating over the telephone and in person.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Many of the job duties will be in an office environment. Must dress and present yourself in a way that promotes a positive image of the District and meets the District’s dress code policy. Prolonged computer related exposure. Able to sit/stand at a workstation and operate a keyboard for long periods of time. Must be able to work for extended periods of time in a seated or standing position. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to outdoor environments. Outdoor settings include all types of property and site conditions including open spaces, timberlands, urban developments, flat and hilly terrain, building construction sites, and road rights-of-way.
National Park Service
Cultural Resources GIS Internship
San Francisco Regional Office
Works remotely and assists National Park Service (NPS) Cultural Resources Program staff with creating and editing spatial data for historic structures and cultural landscapes located in various National Park sites within the western United States. Duties include editing Geographic Information System (GIS) spatial data and attribute tables using the NPS Cultural Resources Spatial Data Transfer Standards. Knowledge and experience using ArcGIS and editing attribute tables required. Familiarity with cultural resources preferred, but not
The position is through Conservation Legacy (http://www.conservationlegacy.org).
Remote. Position will work with the staff at the NPS Regional Office at 333 Bush Street, San Francisco.
$23.75 per hour
Length of Position
12 weeks, fulltime.
Negotiable between May and July.
• Must be a US citizen.
• This is a youth stewardship position to be filled by a person ages 15-35, but does
not need to be a current student.
• Must pass federal background check.
• Experience with the current suite of ESRI ArcGIS software and extensions.
• Possess practical knowledge of geodatabase design principles and understanding
of geographic projection datums and geospatial data.
• Proficiency in geospatial data management, including working with
geodatabases, performing database queries, georeferencing, and data creation.
• Attention to detail and strong organizational skills.
• Understanding of data quality control concepts.
Send cover letter and resume to Vida Germano at email@example.com by April 9, 2021.
The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI) is seeking a productive, detail-oriented GIS Data Maintenance Technician for a one-year temporary assignment to work with a team of other technicians on a tree tracking data entry project. The purpose of this project is to create accurate and current GIS data representing trees on private development sites. The data will be used to inform administration and enforcement of tree protection codes and development of tree related policy.
The application deadline is March 30.
See the full announcement at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/3016895/temporary-management-systems-analyst-assistant