Yamhill County Public Works Dept is pleased to announce a local paid GIS internship opportunity through Yamhill County Public Works Department to support our ongoing and regionally-innovative partnerships to manage more than 700 miles of Yamhill County Roadside vegetation and habitat.
Key functions include driving the County Roads to conduct GIS and Photo inventory of priority roadside weeds, native plants, and erosion / hazards. Interns may also assist with development & monitoring of roadside habitat / erosion restoration projects, provide GIS support for public works staff to treat/monitor priority weeds found, share and present internship results with key partners, and more. 2021 was the 5th season running this program, and as of the end of 2020, interns had inventoried all 700 miles (1,400 lane miles) at least once.
Application materials are described on the last page of the job announcement. Application submission is described on the first page and can be via email or mailed copy.
Applications close on March 11.
Orientation begins March 24th (or April 9th if not available prior)
The position runs from April to about the end of July 2022.
Lots of helpful information about this innovative County Roadside Vegetation Management Program and Yamhill Weed Control Partnerships are available online at
If you have any questions, you can contact either Susan or I.
Vegetation Management Coordinator
Yamhill County Public Works Department
Phone: (503) 747-7157
Yamhill County Roadside Vegetation Management Committee
Retired OSU Extension Agent
Phone: (503) 474-7157
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