This announcement will be posted on usajobs.gov only from Friday, March 25 through Monday,
March 28, 2011.***
USAJOBS Vacancy Announcement. CI-R5-OT-2011-0011 Computer Assistant (Summer Intern) GS-0335-5
Opens: 03-25-11, Closes: 03-28-11 (Summer STEP Student Internship from May 2011 - September 2011),
GS-0335-5, Salary: $16.44/hour
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-Enter and retrieve data from Agency computer databases, spreadsheets, and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) applications.
-Assist in collecting, processing and storing global positioning systems (GPS) locational data and generating map products.
-Assist in designing, developing and implementing internet webpages & computer applications
(database, spreadsheets or GIS) based on specifications prepared by senior staff.
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Who May Apply:
Students must be currently enrolled and accepted for
enrollment in Fall 2011, seeking a degree (diploma, certificate, etc) and taking at least a half-time academic, technical or vocational course load in an accredited technical, vocational, 2- or 4-year college or university, graduate or professional school.
ALL APPLICANTS MUST provide proof of successful completion of required course work (copy of transcripts or a list of courses that show title, credits earned, dates completed and degree awarded if applicable).
VETERANS: To receive consideration as a veteran, you must attach a DD-2l4 indicating the character of discharge you received. To receive consideration as a disable veteran, you must attach a Standard Form 15
and letter from the VA certifying your disability along with a copy of your DD-214 indicating the character of discharge received.
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Interested applicants must create a resume online using the USAJOBS resume builder (http://www.usajobs.gov), then upload all required documents under the following options: Transcript, Transcript 2, Transcript 3, supporting documentation. Please note only one document may be uploaded under each option.
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environmental protection specialists, engineers, scientists, policy analysts, and specialists in public affairs, financial and information management. The US EPA Region 5 office is located in the heart of downtown Chicago's Loop neighborhood, close to public
transportation, and offers interns several amenities such as: a transit subsidy, access to employee fitness centers, flexible work schedules, and training and career development opportunities.
Inquiries or questions: Diane Fox (513) 569-7061