NV5 is a provider of engineering and consulting services to public and private sector clients, delivering solutions through six business verticals: Testing, Inspection & Consulting; Infrastructure; Utility Services; Environmental Health Sciences; Buildings & Program Management; and Geospatial Technology. With offices nationwide and abroad, NV5 helps clients plan, design, build, test, certify, and operate projects that improve the communities where we live and work.
As engineers, architects, construction/program managers, environmental professionals and beyond, we play a significant role in shaping our communities through the services we provide. We are looking for passionate, driven individuals to join our team focused on Delivering Solutions and Improving Lives.
NV5 Geospatial is the geospatial pioneer pushing the boundaries of data and analytics to deliver actionable intelligence to transform the way our clients utilize and value geospatial data. Technical interns are involved in the day-to-day operations of data production and are embedded within a production team at NV5 Geospatial’s Portland, OR office (fully remote or partially remote available). Interns will aid in the processing of remote sensing/GIS data, and general operational efforts, to support projects and team functionality. This individual will learn to produce accurate and precise data products in a consistent and timely manner, and should have a strong interest in the geospatial field. The internship will run for three months from approximately June through September. For interns, the opportunity is meant to introduce them to geospatial production workflows, remote sensing technologies and tools, and provide on-the-job experience and professional skill building.
Requirements of Intern:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
How to Apply:
Please upload a letter of interest, and resume with professional references in one (1) PDF via online application process.
No phone calls, please. Incomplete applications and auto-reply submissions will not be considered.
Douglas County's Department of Transportation & Land Services has a new opening for a Temporary GIS Intern based in East Wenatchee. For more information, check out
Under the direction of the Transportation Programs Manager, this individual performs technical work supporting Transportation Programs. Duties include but are not limited to data input and editing within the Douglas County GIS network. This position requires exceptional teamwork and uses independent judgement within established guidelines.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
• Gain proficiency in County GIS system (ArcGIS).
• Accurately research, prepare, digitize and input graphic and textual data into the GIS system.
• Conduct analyses, manipulate and model data, and create reports, maps, plots and other products as necessary to support the department.
• Assist in testing GIS applications for departmental use.
• Assist in maintenance of the web mapping application for the county.
• Conduct field verification of data when necessary.
• Respond to requests for information.
• Review and interpret written, copied, and typed information and material including maps, plans and reports, etc.
DUCKS UNLIMITED, INC. -- the leader in wetlands conservation -- has exciting opportunities for professionals with GIS and natural resource expertise. DU has been using advanced GIS and remote sensing technologies since 1984 to manage the complex issues in wetland and waterfowl management, land-use planning, and environmental conservation. This GIS Internship will be based in our Western Regional Office in Rancho Cordova, CA (Sacramento Area), and requires GIS experience with ESRI products and a background in natural resources, wetlands and wildlife.
The selected GIS Intern will work with a team of GIS professionals to update the National Wetlands Inventory within the western United States. The successful applicant should have experience with GIS data development, photo interpretation, and preferably some experience with wetland classification. Other responsibilities may include assisting with a variety of GIS projects throughout the western United States, Alaska, and boreal Canada. Our GIS team works with biologists and other staff to provide conservation planning, GIS modeling and analysis, mapping and graphics support, and setup/maintenance of GIS systems.
The qualified applicant will be a self-motivated, conscientious individual who can work independently with minimal supervision, as well as effectively collaborate with Ducks Unlimited biologists, engineers, fundraising, and other GIS staff. Candidates must have at minimum, a B.S. in a natural resources field of study and experience using ESRI software products. Some experience with databases, wildlife management, and wetland ecology is preferred. The intern will gain experience in wetlands mapping, image interpretation, GIS data development, field data collection, ArcGIS Online, information technology and hardware/software support.
TERM: The position is full-time for 1 year (12 months)
Remote work is not available for this position. GIS Interns are required to work full time at our regional office in Rancho Cordova, CA.
Targeted starting date is April 10, 2023. Interviews will begin by March 6, 2023 but position will remain open until filled by a qualified candidate.
(1) Demonstrated knowledge of GIS concepts and methodologies
(2) Demonstrated ability with ESRI products: ArcMap, ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online
(3) Very good inter-personal, communication and organizational skills
(4) Background in natural resources
(5) Photo interpretation skills
(1) Computer troubleshooting skills
(2) Cartographic Design
(3) Wetland classification and identification skills
GIS Intern (PO-00734764)
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 our 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.
– $375 – weekly living allowance
– $40 weekly commuting allowance
– $950 – monthly housing allowance (12 months of housing)
– $2,500 duty travel reimbursement + one-time UP TO $650* reimbursable (to/from site travel for selected candidates outside the Eugene/Springfield area)
– Monthly Health insurance (optional for 12 months)
– AmeriCorps eligible ($6,495 education award for 1700 hours of service & completion of internship)
*Internship positions with the US Army Corps of Engineers will receive the travel allowance as a reimbursable amount, reflecting the actual costs based upon distance (mileage) travelled and current federal per diem rates. Interns are required to submit an expense report to SCA with documented round-trip travel costs for reimbursement. The requested reimbursement amount is capped at $650.
*All allowances subject to applicable federal, state, and local taxes
*For SCA's COVID-19 guidance, please refer to www.thesca.org/covid
Position ID: PO-00734764
Expected Dates: April 3, 2023 - March 31, 2024
26275 Clear Lake Rd
Junction City, OR 97448
Training Provided: Online ESRI ArcGIS training, local GIS workshops, other online classes or offsite training for natural resources, and first aid/CPR training. Additional on-the-job training in natural/cultural resources field monitoring methods.
Educational/Recreational Opportunities: There are numerous recreational opportunities in the area including hiking, camping, bicycling, boating, fishing and rafting. Just over a 1-hour drive to either the Cascade Mountains or the Pacific Coast.
Handicap Accessible?: No
Main Area of Focus: Geographic Info Systems (GIS, includes GPS)
NASA Applied Sciences' Capacity Building DEVELOP program is recruiting for the Summer 2023 term period – which occurs from June 05 to August 11 – at the Pocatello, Idaho location based at Idaho State University's GIS Training and Research Center (GIS TReC) and at the national program level, which has locations across the country.
Do you know any individual(s) who are interested in a paid summer research internship working on an applied science project within the NASA capacity building mission? We are seeking to recruit current students, recent graduates, early career or transitioning professionals, and U.S. veterans. There is no typical applicant and no previous experience is necessary, just an eagerness and interest to build career skills in Earth and environmental science, remote sensing and GIS technology applications, and environmental policy and justice. The position includes working as part of a multi-disciplinary team to address real world issues, participating in skill building workshops and inclusion into a network of professionals across an array of scientific, technical and social backgrounds. This program frequently serves as a launchpad for career and academic advancement and is welcoming to all who wish to apply.
Anyone you know who is interested should apply using this link! The application window is open now for the Summer term and closes February 24th.
See flyer below for more details.
The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections is seeking two college students to interpret tree data on site plans and enter it in a GIS-based tracking system. Educational opportunities include GIS data entry, research and problem-solving skills, and experience with land use codes and permitting documents.
See the full announcement at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/3887503/tree-tracking-interns.
Closing date: 2023-02-17
Position: Conservation Impact Data Intern
Organization: World Wildlife Fund
Country: United States
State: District of Columbia
Contact: Nasser Olwero
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organizations, seeks a Conservation Impact Data Intern. The intern will help WWF programs track progress of conservation interventions by supporting monitoring and evaluation activities including scoping, developing, and supporting systems for organizing, analyzing, and processing relevant data and indicators. This position will be part of the WWF Conservation Outcomes Monitoring Performance System (COMPS) and the Bezos Earth Fund portfolio. These initiatives aim to help programs co-design, implement, measure progress, and adapt their work to ensure transformative impacts for nature and people and measure impact across scales. Within these initiatives, the intern will work to systematically document and inventory existing data being used to assess and measure impact within these initiatives; and develop pipelines for obtaining, validating, and reporting relevant data in a way that support Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) systems. They will also contribute to assessments and research to inform the development of impact monitoring frameworks at WWF more broadly. The intern will have broad experience handling different types of data (including spatial and non-spatial data), awareness of methods for collecting quantitative and qualitative data for monitoring in conservation and/or natural resource management and be comfortable with using various tools and platforms for data analysis and management. See full description here: https://careers-wwfus.icims.com/jobs/3341/in-23017-conservation-impact-data-intern/job
WWF works to help local communities conserve the natural resources they depend upon; transform markets and policies toward sustainability; and protect and restore species and their habitats. Our efforts ensure that the value of nature is reflected in decision-making from a local to a global scale. WWF connects cutting-edge conservation science with the collective power of our partners in the field, more than 1.3 million supporters in the United States and 5 million globally, and our partnerships with communities, companies, and governments. Today, human activities put more pressure on nature than ever before, but it’s also humans who have the power to change this trajectory. Together, we can address the greatest threats to life on this planet and protect the natural resources that sustain and inspire us.
Job Title: Survey Design Intern
Closing date: Friday, March 24, 2023
Contact information: Shawn Mitchell, email@example.com (click on the packet information first)
INTERNSHIP AND APPLICATION PACKET
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/wilsonville (scroll to position title “GIS Intern”)
The City of Wilsonville Public Works (PW) department is seeking interns for temporary employment. The Public Works & GIS interns will work as a multi-person team responsible for asset data collection and GIS projects for the City.
The candidates will primarily be focused on gathering attribute and location data for the City's Facility building assets. This inventory will be performed using ESRI GIS applications and Cartegraph, the City's enterprise asset management system. Additional work may be assigned based on time available and the needs of the City.
In this position, the candidates will have the opportunity to work closely with the City's GIS Manager as well as staff in the Public Works department. The candidate will help to develop the work plan and daily schedule that best meets the goals for the project.
Customer Service Standards for Employees
These standards are to ensure the organization is focused on providing high quality service to the public and other employees. Employees are expected to meet these standards as part of their job responsibilities.
The Public Works & GIS Intern program is scheduled to run for approximately 24 weeks. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the candidates may have the opportunity to work a flexible schedule. Due to the nature of the projects remote work is not currently an option for this position.
Relocation assistance is not available for this position. Preference will be given to candidates who will be local for the duration of the internship.
Please include a cover letter and resume when completing your application.
Student Intern Position w/City of Portland, BES Operations & Maintenance groupRead Now
There is an opening for a student intern position in the Natural Systems group at BES.
Environmental Services is pleased to offer paid student internships for students from trade school, college, or university! Gain valuable work experience and on-the-job training as an intern with Environmental Services.
The Bureau of Environmental Services manages Portland's wastewater and stormwater to protect public health and the environment. BES is a mission-driven, high-performance organization, leading the City in preserving and restoring the health of Portland's watersheds. More information about the Bureau: https://www.portlandoreoon.gov/bes/
The Bureau of Environmental Services' Operations and Maintenance Group is responsible for the critical infrastructure that collects, pumps and treats wastewater and stormwater. This group monitors, operates and maintains 2 wastewater treatment plants, 98 pump stations, 3,040 miles of pipe, 2,506 stormwater water quality facilities and 360 properties.
Compensation: $15.53 - $18.50 per hour based on year in school.
Work Schedule: Flexible hours between 6:00 AM and 4:00 PM; part-time and full-time internship opportunities available. Remote work may be possible for some internships.
Note: These are casual Community Service Aide (CSA) II positions with a maximum of 1,400 hours in a calendar year.
To be eligible for an Environmental Services student internship, you must be: