Student Trainees (Environmental Protection Specialists) - Ann Arbor, MI & Wash DC

  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States
  • Mar 20, 2017
Temporary Admin Assistant/Environmental Support Air Quality Environmental Science/Engineering Environmental Protection Hazardous Waste / RCRA Remediation - Brownfields - CERCLA Water Quality

Job Description

APPLY IMMEDIATELY- NOTE: Announcement will remain open through 11:59pm ET on the day the 75th application is received (all applications received that day will be considered) or 11:59pm ET on the closing date, whichever comes first.

Opened Monday 3/20/2017

Closes Friday 3/24/2017

Who May Apply:
Individuals enrolled or accepted for enrollment seeking a diploma, certificate, bachelor’s degree, graduate degree, or professional degree from a qualifying educational institution on a full- or half-time basis, including awardees of the Harry S. Truman Foundation Scholarship Program.

This is an Internship position in the Pathways Program. This program provides students in high schools, colleges, trade schools, and other qualifying educational institutions with paid opportunities to work and explore Federal careers while completing their education.

More information about the Pathways Program can be found here: and

This position is located in the Office of Air and Radiation, Office of Transportation and Air Quality in Ann Arbor, MI or in Washington, DC. For more information on this office, visit their website:

Your salary will be based on the grade level for which you are selected and the duty station of the position.

One or more positions may be filled.


The incumbent performs varied but relatively routine and limited assignments supporting the environmental protection mission. of the organization. Assignments are typically screened to eliminate difficult or unusual problems. The incumbent will select appropriate methods and procedures. for assignments based upon previous assignments and instructions. Assists senior staff, project officers, analytical staff and other staff as necessary.

Performs conventional or simple regulatory and compliance work, to include;

Analyze and summarize a variety of environmental program data for use in preparing reports and program evaluations. Compile and evaluate available background information, data from previous studies, and gather new and additional data from a variety of sources.

Performs administrative studies of a standard nature on regulatory and compliance issues and problems, including analyzing data, making queries of automated systems, developing reports.

Prepares initial recommendations for solutions to be reviewed by higher graded staff.

Assists staff in preparation materials for, and participation in, briefings with managers.

ALSO SEE Student Trainee (Engineer GS-0899/Scientist, GS-1399) and Student Trainee (Scientist, GS-1399/ Engineer GS-0899)

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Job Level



Government- Federal


$44,439.00 to $58,428.00 / Per Year. Series & Grade GS-0099-07.