U.S. FOREST SERVICE
Caring for the land and serving people
The Corvallis Forest Service Data Resources Management (DRM) group will be looking to hire a couple of students at the following event. If interested please submit an application following the USAJOBS process online (see below). Locally we are looking to hire students with technical remote sensing and GIS skills along with a strong natural resource background. You do NOT have to attend the conference in order to apply.
Hiring at the Annual Society of American Foresters Conventions https://www.fs.fed.us/forestmanagement/recruitment_saf/index.shtml
The Forest Service will be participating in the 2018 Society of American Foresters (SAF) Annual Convention Hiring Event. The event will be held in Portland this year from October 3 to October 7, allowing the Forest Service the opportunity to hire local forestry/natural resource students. The Forest Service has had great success in bringing in high-level, quality employees through previous SAF hiring events. The following positions are eligible for inclusion in the hiring event:
Intern Indefinites – The student interns (GS-0499) may work in and be converted to a variety of areas, to include forestry, recreation, environmental/natural resource planning, or geographic information systems.
GS-0499-03/04/05/07 (GS-03/04 for current undergraduate or GS-05/07 for graduate students) with planned conversion to 0401-05/07/09 Natural Resource Specialist or 0460-05/07/09 Forester positions.
Recent Graduates –
GS-05/07 with conversion to GS-0460-07/09 or 11 Foresters.
GS-05/07 with conversion to GS-0401-07/09 or 11 Natural Resource Specialists.
GS-04/05 with conversion to GS-0462-06 or GS-07 Forestry Technicians.
The Forest Service will hold a collective hiring event at the 2018 Society of American Foresters (SAF) National Convention in Portland, OR, October 3-7. Students and recent graduates will be hired under the Pathways programs. Students attending this conference will be encouraged to apply for vacant agency positions during their attendance at the event. This event will only accept applications on-line, through USAJOBs (https://www.usajobs.gov/). A team of Forest Service employees will be available at the convention October 5-6 to assist student with the online application process and or answer questions about the vacant position. Unlike years past, there will not be interviews at the convention. All interviews will be done after the convention (via Skype, VTC). Any questions about the hiring event can be sent to SAF_Hiring@fs.fed.us.
Note: You do NOT have to attend the SAF conference to apply for any of these positions.
Geomatics Data Solutions, Inc (GDS) is a leading geospatial acquisition and processing firm looking for full-time employees and temporary summer staff to assist in the acquisition and processing of large topo-bathy lidar projects for various US based and international clients.
Candidates should have a strong interest and aptitude for working with geospatial data. Working within a team, they will be involved in the daily operations of data processing, analysis and production. Full time employees will also have the opportunity to work on location in the field, assisting in data acquisition, field data management and processing.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Applications are currently being accepted for review until all positions are filled.
Please provide a cover letter and resume, with at least 2 references in a single (1 document) PDF file. Please list the position you are applying for.
Applications should be submitted directly to Info@GeomaticsDS.com
The Portland District Engineering and Construction Division is recruiting for a Pathways Student Trainee (Administrative Support Assistant), GS-0399-4/5 to work in the Front Office and provide administrative support to the Front Office and Branches within the Division. The work schedule is part-time, approximately 20 hours a week. Duty location is Portland, Oregon. The announcement closes on Monday 25-June.
*Pathways Internship positions provide for development and training. Assignments become more responsible as incumbent increases knowledge and skills through work experience and academic training. At the full-performance level, you will be expected to:
*Providing administrative support to the Division Chief, Administrative Officer, and staff in the Division.
*Assist with payroll and travel arrangements, including processing travel orders and vouchers.
*Recordkeeping and data entry.
*Property accountability tracking.
*Drafting, reviewing, and routing correspondence.
USAJOBS Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/502277900
If you have questions about the position please contact Rachel Samsel at 503-808-4802.
The Vegetable Crops Research program is recruiting one student who will assist the program with analysis of aerial photography for plant protection.The BES intern will assist with organizing and analyzing the images and comparing the images to visual indications of plant stress in the field.
This recruitment will be used to fill one part-time (a maximum of 20 hours per week) Student technical positions for the OSU-North Willamette Research Center at Oregon State University (OSU).
Position are located at the North Willamette Research and Extension Center (NWREC), Oregon State University in Aurora, Oregon.
100% of duties will consist of in collecting, organizing, analyzing and recording data and digital photographic images. Assisting in visual plant health ratings
Additional Required Qualifications
Preferred (Special) Qualifications
Experience with GIS, digital photography analysis, data entry, data management skills
Working Conditions / Work Schedule
Work schedule during school varies depending on school schedule and NWREC operating hours
Work during breaks and harvest season typically begins at 8 am most days and will generally be done by 4:30. Occasionally we ask that students stay longer to finish a task, but work will not exceed 40 hours/week during the summer and 20 hours/week while school is in session. Outdoor work is expected to be performed in all weather conditions.
Job Opening: Community Service Aide (CSA) II
Community Service Aide (CSA) II – Planning, Policy and Projects Group
May 30, 2018
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is hiring temporary positions to assist policy,
planning, and equity efforts. Assistance is needed related to the Transportation System Plan (policy, projects & programs), Transportation Demand Management (TDM) planning, Equity Plan implementation and mapping, performance measures, facility planning, parking strategies, transit plans, area plans, public involvement, safety plans and programs, education and outreach, and construction projects.
Tasks may include policy writing, analysis, and development; coordination with internal and external staff, memo writing, and duties related to public and stakeholder engagement. This position may also assist with grant applications, ordinance writing, and Bureau representation at meetings. Other tasks may include public involvement, map making, graphic production and administrative tasks. There will also be coordination with internal and external staff, memo writing, equity work and duties related to public and stakeholder engagement. Additional tasks may include document creation, producing written summaries, analyzing data, data entry, assisting with meeting set-up and take-down, taking notes, editing PowerPoint presentations, documenting public comment, and making maps using ArcGIS software.
PBOT is a community partner in shaping a livable city. We plan, build, manage and maintain an effective and safe transportation system that provides people and businesses access and mobility. We keep Portland moving. For more information about PBOT, please
visit http://www.portlandoregon.gov/pbot. PBOT embraces diversity, models inclusivity, and promotes equity through its service delivery, internal operations, organizational culture, and in its work with partners and the community.
➢ Knowledge of transportation planning policies and principles
➢ Excellent research, organizational, and communication skills.
➢ Ability to work independently and as a team member.
➢ Diversity, equity and inclusion competencies, and experience/interest in working with
➢ Knowledge and experience working with ESRI ArcGIS and MS Office, particularly Word,
Excel, and PowerPoint.
➢ Knowledge of urban and regional planning principles.
➢ Knowledge of and experience working with graphic design software, such as Adobe
InDesign, Google SketchUp, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Photoshop, to produce reports and
public engagement materials; website design and management.
➢ Conversational Spanish and/or Vietnamese.
Compensation: $15.50 – $20.00 per hour based on experience and education; no benefits.
Work Schedule: Flexible hours between 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM and some evening and weekend meetings; 20-32 hours per week.
Note: This is temporary Community Service Aide (CSA) II position with a maximum of 1,400
hours in a calendar year.
Submittal Deadline: 4:30 pm on June 15, 2018. Put PPP CSA in the subject line and in your
Application Submittal: Please submit a resume and cover letter via email as a .pdf to:
PPP Operations Manager + CSA Coordinator
Bureau of Transportation/Policy, Planning and Projects
Non-citizen applicants must be authorized to work in the United States at time of application. It is the policy of the City of Portland that no person shall be discriminated against based on race, religion, color, sex, marital status, family status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or source of income. The City values diversity and encourages everyone who is interested in employment with the City to apply. If you wish to identify yourself as an individual with a disability under the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 and will be requesting accommodation, the requests must be made to Courtney Duke no Later Than the Closing Date of This Announcement. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
Geographic Info Systems 1 [Fixed Term]
*** This is a Fixed term role for one year***
Who you are:
• You love using technology of all types.
• You’ve been drawing maps before you could spell your own name.
• You know Geography should be a required subject in all schools.
• You took the same Geography course 3 times in a row, just for fun.
• Some people think peanut butter and jelly is the greatest pairing ever – You know Geography and Information Systems is the greatest pairing, EVER.
• Reading maps is not just a weekend hobby for you, its’s an art.
• You know that being flexible doesn’t just apply to Yoga class.
• You are so organized; they know you on first name basis at the Container Store\
What will I do as a GIS intern:
• You will have the opportunity to travel around campus [bike, golf cart, electric scooters] to view what the maps represent
• You will assist in developing the maps that everyone sees [staff, faculty, visitors]
• You will take data and digitize it into map information
• You will transfer hardcopy data into our database
• You will interact with multiple departments and build relationships
• As you discover new solutions to problems you will be able to share that knowledge with others by documenting it in our wiki and customer facing website
* Other duties may also be assigned
What we require:
• Background in information technology, programming, full stack exposure would be ideal
• Ability to quickly gain proficiency in new technologies
• Strong communication skills.
• A strong interest and background in GIS (geographic information systems) and location services
• Organized, with an ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments.
• Creative, Curious and Flexible.
Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.
A little History on Stanford University and the IT Applications team
Since its founding more than a century ago, Stanford University has continued to find solutions to the great challenges of our time and to prepare our graduates for leadership roles in an increasingly complex world. Overarching a collective of ten departments, the Land, Buildings & Real Estate (LBRE) organization at Stanford supports the university in realizing these objectives. LBRE is committed to the preservation and enhancement of Stanford’s campus and adjoining lands and constructs and maintains facilities in which advancements across the academic spectrum is made possible. LBRE takes pride in the care and stewardship of the 8,100 acres that makes Stanford the special place that it is. We are “Caretakers of a Legacy.”
Land, Building, and Real Estate is seeking a candidate to fulfill a 1-year fixed term fellowship position to provide support to IT-Applications team. The position will be responsible for developing and supporting mapping applications and conducting spatial analysis tasks to support the operational core of Stanford University’s campus. This position provides an opportunity to gain hands-on experience working with GIS software and build essential professional skills in a business environment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Some responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Develop Interactive mapping applications and supporting processes
• Support delivery GIS services to business users by providing training as well as outreach demos
• Create spatial data, maintenance location information, assign attribute data to spatial layers, and digitize map information
• Produce high-quality maps using ArcGIS for Desktop, ArcGIS Pro, and/or Adobe Illustrator with MAPublisher extension
• Compile geospatial data from a variety of sources including field observation, satellite imagery, aerial photographs, and existing maps
• Create and maintain metadata for 100+ data layers based upon existing standards
• Document GIS procedures in detail and in an organized format
Education and Experience
• Current student or recent graduate from a four-year college with major coursework in geography, computer science or closely related field of study
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
• Demonstrated knowledge of ESRI’s map production environment using ESRI products. ArcGIS for Desktop, ArcGIS Pro, and ArcGIS Online
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
• Strong verbal and written communication skills in English
• Demonstrated success in time management with the ability to prioritize tasks and projects
• Possess an enthusiasm for cartography and map production
• Creating and maintaining documentation in collaborative web based technology Google Docs and Google Sheets
• Some experience working with Spatial data
• Basic understanding of any scripting languages such as Python
• Knowledge of relational databases
• Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite or Adobe Creative Cloud software, particularly Photoshop, Illustrator, and Acrobat Pro
Note: Not all unique aspects of the job are covered by this job description
Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Mackenzie - Portland, OR 97214
We currently have openings for Planning Interns in our Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver offices. This internship is a paid position and the schedule is flexible with availability for up to 40 hours per week. The Planning Intern will provide support in a variety of economic and land use planning research, GIS, entitlement applications, and permitting tasks. Typical work for an Intern at Mackenzie includes supporting teams and planning staff on site master planning, land use and development permitting, site feasibility, demographic and market research, and policy planning to support community planning and institutional, commercial/retail, mixed use, and industrial development projects. This position requires the ability to work concurrently on multiple tasks and deadlines in a fast-paced and collaborative work environment.
Weyerhaeuser is currently seeking a Remote Sensing Summer Intern. This position will be based out of the Weyerhaeuser headquarters building in the heart of Pioneer Square in downtown Seattle. This is an excellent professional development opportunity.
Intern roles and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
We believe trees are a remarkable resource that can and should be managed responsibly to make a range of products that meet human needs, while also providing recreation, wildlife habitat, and other important ecosystem benefits.
For more than a century, we've been taking care of forests to make life better.
We sustainably manage forests and manufacture products that make the world a better place. We’re serious about safety, driven to achieve excellence, and proud of what we do. With multiple business lines in locations across North America, we offer a range of exciting career opportunities for smart, talented people who are passionate about making a difference.
We know you have a choice in your career. We want you to choose us.
Weyerhaeuser is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to taking affirmative action to employ and advance in employment women, minorities, qualified individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT – GIS Intern (two positions)
Positions close June 1, 2018 (or open until filled)
June-August, 2018 (approximately 8 weeks, or until all funds are spent)
Part-time, 20 to 40 hours/week
The interns will work independently and as partners to develop schedules and share tasks to ensure that all tasks are completed by the end of the project period.
Yamhill County Public Works Department
2060 Lafayette Avenue, McMinnville, Oregon 97128
Susan Aldrich-Markham, Professor Emeritus, Oregon State University
John Phelan, Director, Yamhill County Public Works Department
Michael Crabtree, Senior Conservation Technician, Yamhill Soil and Water Conservation District,
Yamhill County Public Works Department (YCPW) recently initiated the GIS Roadside Vegetation Inventory in order to collect georeferenced data on significant features within roadside rights-of-way. These features include Native Plants, Invasive Plants, Erosion, and Optimal Vegetation. The GIS Roadside Vegetation Inventory is part of the implementation of the Yamhill County Roadside Vegetation Management Plan adopted in February 2016.
The data are managed using Esri ArcGIS software. Data are collected using a Trimble Juno 5B GPS handheld computer with ArcPad and transferred into ArcMap on a laptop computer. It is regularly uploaded to the larger Yamhill County ArcGIS database. The GIS Roadside Vegetation Inventory database, particularly the native plants section, is currently in the draft phase. It will need to be revised over the project period in order to more completely capture significant attributes that YCPW can use to make roadside vegetation management decisions. The data collection procedure and the performance of database on the Trimble GPS will need to be optimized.
Beginning in June 2018, the project will expand to involve a newly-created Invasive Species Program Coordinator position at the Yamhill Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD), which was funded partly through a cooperative agreement with YCPW and partly through a grant from the Oregon State Weed Board. As the Invasive Species Program develops over the summer, the person in the Coordinator position will gradually take on a greater role in managing the GIS Roadside Vegetation Inventory and in collaborating with YCPW to determine the specific task list for the GIS Interns.
Tasks – Interns will cooperate as partners on most tasks.
Submit a letter explaining why you are interested in the position and outlining your qualifications. Specifically address each of the five qualifications listed. Include a list of appropriate courses taken in GIS and agriculture, botany or natural resources. Submit at least one letter of recommendation.
Email application letters to: Catherine Lindberg, YCPW, firstname.lastname@example.org. Selected candidates will be interviewed in person on a mutually agreed-on date.
General Position Summary
This program is designed to give students a valuable learning experience and exposure to a broad base of professional forestry experiences. The internship program allows students to get career and industry experience as they complete projects and useful work first hand.
Forestry Interns work alongside and are mentored by professional foresters to assist in sustainably managing forestland. Projects and skills focus on harvest planning and administration, site preparation, regeneration surveys, road construction and maintenance, silviculture operations, use of current GIS technology.
The position is for the summer months typically on a 40-hour work week.