King County

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King County Seattle, WA, USA
Jan 30, 2019
Internship- Paid
Summary The King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks (DNRP), Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD) and Water and Land Resource Division (WLRD) seeks several full-time summer interns. Assignments will be to one of the following areas, providing experience in the practical application of coursework in a large-scale urban infrastructure system.   Communications / LEAN / Continuous Improvement Community Relations Community Services Construction Management Engineering-Civil/ Mechanical Lakes Stewardship Program Mitigation and Monitoring Program Modeling Project Management-Capital Infrastructure RCLAS – Property Asset Management Resource Recovery Science – Lakes, Streams, wetlands, and/or Puget Sound Monitoring programs Stormwater Management Water-Works Grant Program and Bio-Solids Clean Water & Beyond      Be part of the "Utility of the Future" WHO MAY APPLY:  This position is open to college level students currently enrolled and continuing in the fall of 2019 in full or part-time status at an accredited university/college with coursework in the described areas. Proof of full or part-time enrollment status is required. Most positions require a valid driver's license. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com