Category: Job Postings

Internship: Great Lakes Climate Corps (GLCC)

The Great Lakes Climate Corps (GLCC) is hiring over 40 full-time seasonal employees for the 2023 summer field season. GLCC is a program administered by the Superior Watershed Partnership (SWP), a non-profit located in Marquette, MI. GLCC crews work and camp as a team of 4 young adults on projects primarily located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, with some projects extending regionally. Crew Leaders and Members partner with Tribal, federal, state, and local professionals to accomplish a variety of high priority conservation, restoration, and recreation projects.

GLCC is hiring several USFS technicians for individual placement with the Hiawatha and Ottawa National Forests’ recreation, botany, hydrology, fish & wildlife departments. We’re also hiring four “specialty crews” who will focus on single projects for the summer including community gardening with the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, forestry work with the Ottawa National Forest, drone inventory of road-stream crossings, trails and wildfire prevention crews.

Please feel free to share these employment opportunities with your students and recent graduates! I invite you to use the attached slide in your lectures and share the attached job description poster with colleagues who may also have interested students.

If you’d like to learn more about the GLCC program or share the direct link to apply, you may visit our website here:

Job Posting: A&Z Engineering, LLC

A&Z Engineering, LLC is a civil engineering consulting firm whose home office located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We have experienced significant growth and are expanding our service area to incorporate some satellite offices in different regions.

We have full-time vacancies for surveyors, designers, engineers, and construction inspectors and summer internship opportunities.

Job Posting: MDOT Transportation Engineer (Mackinac Bridge)

Since the Mackinac Bridge opened in 1957, the Mackinac Bridge Authority (MBA) has been dedicated to preserving the structure and ensuring safe passage over the Straits of Mackinac. As one of the world’s leading suspension bridges, the MBA is always in pursuit of innovative and leading-edge services and solutions. We strive to make the best use of our employees’ skills and experience, as well as provide opportunities for growth and career development. The MBA is currently seeking a transportation engineer (9-12) to join our team and come to work on Michigan’s largest and most recognizable asset. We are looking for someone who can embrace the challenges of meeting our goals and exceeding the standards in helping to lead the Mackinac Bridge into a new generation!

This position serves to help manage and analyze complex structural related projects for the Mackinac Bridge and improvements to the Mackinac Bridge facilities. This position also carries out inspections on the bridge, plans and develops in-house maintenance projects with the MBA crews, maintains maintenance records, and helps to develop the Mackinac Bridge maintenance budget. In this position you will also communicate and interact with worldwide leaders in the bridge and transportation industry through membership in the International Cable Supported Bridge Operators Association.

The job is posted. Here is a link to the posting:

US Army Corps of Engineers Virtual Hiring Event

My name is Maria Pascual and I represent the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Mississippi Valley Division. We are hosting a Virtual Hiring Event on March 7 & 8 and would like to extend the invitation to your organization and students. Registration for the event is open from February 7 to February 27.

Attached is our flyer with a QR code sending the student directly to the registration page.

Attached is our Public Notice with a detailed description of the vacancies and locations and general information.

For more information about our organization, visit us at:

Job Posting: MDOT – Transportation Engineer 9-P11

We have posted an available position in our Signing Unit.  This position will allow the individual selected to interact with many different business areas within the Michigan Department of Transportation, while working to make signing on our trunkline network better.  It is expected that they will have the ability and opportunity to gain the skills to oversee the development of signing plans and review, develop, and revise standards/typicals and specifications.  This position will offer the opportunity to gain a great knowledge of the Michigan Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MMUTCD), MDOT signing guidelines, standards, and specifications.  All of this will also come with the additional opportunity to work with and support our Region and Transportation Service Center (TSC) office staff.  Please see the following link for more information. April/May graduates are encouraged to apply!  The position closes 02/09/23.