Category: Job Postings

Summer Internship Opportunity in Michigan

Huron-Manistee National Forests has an opportunity for a civil or environmental engineering intern through GeoCorps for the summer of 2020. This position requires a minimum of one year of college within an engineering major, and there is potential for students to return to the internship in 2021 through a non-competitive hire.

For more information visit: https://rock.geosociety.org/eo/viewJob.asp?jobID=2607

Applications accepted until February 2, 2020

Start and end dates for the internship are flexible and can be adjusted to fit the students school schedule.

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Engineering Intern Opportunities

Job Title Engineering Interns

Salary $18.80 – $26.42 Hourly

Job Type Internship

Location Multiple locations statewide

The Opportunity
WSDOT has several exciting engineering internships available this summer throughout the state. These are unique opportunities for currently enrolled students looking to apply their classroom training to real world scenarios. The Transportation Engineer (TE) internships provide the opportunity to gain valuable experience in the practical application of engineering procedures, concepts, and techniques in an on-the-job environment.

See link for more information, including details on how to apply: Engineering Interns

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Job Posting: MDOT (Newberry TSC)

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is seeking a Transportation Engineer 9-12 (Newberry TSC).

This position functions as a multi-disciplinary senior-level worker responsible for work assignments in the areas of traffic/safety, utilities and permit coordination, work zone safety and mobility, traffic signal monitoring and recommendations, and safety program coordination.  This position utilizes Region and Transportation Service Center (TSC) staff, contract agencies, direct maintenance crews, contractors and other resources to accomplish safe and efficient movement of persons and goods on the state trunkline system within the TSC.  Responsibilities also include providing technical advice and consultation to utilities, the TSC’s permit agent, contractors, and other customers for timely completion of permit work and utility relocation activities in the area.  This position acts as a liaison between MDOT and utility companies/agencies during the design and construction phases and is responsible for recommending final sign-off on plans for approval and utility clearance.  This position requires meeting tight deadlines and resolving issues to ensure the successful implementation and operation of MDOT services and products.  Successful and continuing customer contact is a requirement fo this position.  This position maintains project records, communications and other relevant project information regarding utility and permit operations.

Education

Possession of a bachelor of science degree in engineering.
Note:  We may consider applicants that will be obtaining a bachelor of science degree in engineer by May 31, 2020.

You may view the job posting here: MDOT Transportation Engineer 9-12 (Newberry TSC)

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NASA DEVELOP National Program: Informational Webinars

There will be two webinars this month in an effort to provide information about the internship program and how potential candidates can apply.

DEVELOP addresses environmental and public policy issues through interdisciplinary research projects that apply the lens of NASA Earth observations to community concerns around the globe. Bridging the gap between NASA Earth science and society, DEVELOP builds capacity in both participants and partner organizations to better prepare them to address the challenges that face our society and future generations. Teams of DEVELOP participants partner with decision makers to conduct rapid feasibility projects that highlight relevant applications of Earth observing missions, cultivate advanced skills, and increase understanding of NASA Earth science data and technology.

DEVELOP employs participants during 3, 10-week long terms throughout the year to address these challenges through organized partner projects.  There are 11 locations an applicant can apply to, depending on what location the applicant would like to be considered for. Each location has specific projects Participants work on as a team during the 10-week term.  Participants are classified as part-time temporary employees and work an average of 20-29 hours per week.  Salary is determined by location and education.

To apply visit: https://develop.larc.nasa.gov/apply.php

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Job Posting: MDOT (Region Design Squad)

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is seeking a Transportation Engineer 9-12 (Region Design Squad) Superior Region.

As a senior Transportation Engineer, oversee, manage and complete transportation project designs, complete project scoping, prepare and approve project programming documents, enter project data into Department’s databases, oversee and prepare soil and sedimentation control plans, ROW plans and address Region drainage issues.  Coordinate issues with the public and local agencies.  Coordinate and administer consultant design projects.  Oversee and coordinate teams of technicians, co-ops, and engineers involved in highway design.  Assist in other areas of the region as needed.

Possession of a bachelor of science degree in engineering.

You may view the job posting here:

MDOT Transportation Engineer 9-12 (Region Design Squad) Superior Region

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Engineering Internship Opportunity at Yosemite NP

The duties of the positions are typically suitable and applicable to Civil Engineering students, but other engineering students may apply.   The internships are typically filled by Junior-level students.  Seniors and Graduate Students who will be continuing their education in 2020/2021 (after the internship) are also eligible.  Sophomores may also qualify, depending on the number of credits they have completed, and if they have previous engineering-related work experience that they document correctly on their resume (see notes 5 and 7).

For students who are interested in a summer or co-op type engineering position at Yosemite, here is a top 9 list of unofficial suggestions:

1) Create an account/profile at www.usajobs.gov.

2) Become familiar with the usajobs.gov website, and how it works. 

3) Make sure you understand the Qualification Requirements section, especially the parts with the -OR- statements.  Make sure you select the correct qualification statement in the questionnaire, and that your resume reflects the qualification statement that you selected. 

4) Please note that resumes for federal jobs are typical much longer than the private sector.  It is recommended that your resume be about two pages in length, especially if you are currently a sophomore applying for a GS-04 position, or anyone applying for a GS-05 position. 

5) If you are active in any student or volunteer organizations, take credit for that by describing your duties and responsibilities, and including how many weeks your were active and how many hours per week you typically spend on those duties and responsibilities, just like you would for describing job experience.  See note 7.

6) Follow the directions in the announcement, to the letter! The announcement format can be hard to read, so it is recommended that you use the “PRINT” button on the right side of the page to view the announcement in its entirety. 

7) You must include months, years, and hours per week worked, on your resume, to receive credit for your work (and/or volunteer) experience. Part‐time hours are prorated. You will not receive any credit for experience that does not indicate exact hours per week or is listed as “varies”.

8) For the questions where you have to rate your experience in different areas, be honest, but not humble.  Rate yourself against other students, not the world at large. 

9) You must apply by 11:59 PM (EST) on 01/20/2020, but it is better not to wait until the last minute, since the application system can be funky at some times. 

Students can contact me at kerstin.henry@gmail.com (until 1/18) for informal and unofficial answers to specific questions, if necessary, but they should read through the announcement thoroughly before doing so.  For official answers to questions, they should contact the HR Representative listed in the announcement. 

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