East Bay Regional Park District

East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) is a system of beautiful public parks and trails in Alameda and Contra Costa counties on the eastern side of San Francisco Bay.   EBRPD provides an innovative workplace that fosters equality and professional growth to support the District's vision and mission.

East Bay Regional Park District East Bay Regional Park District Main Office, Peralta Oaks Court, Oakland, CA, USA
Jan 25, 2019
With 73 parks, over 121,000 acres, and over 1,250 miles of trails, the East Bay Regional Park District is the largest regional park agency in the nation. Each year the Park District employs approximately two-dozen student interns with a primary program purpose to offer students a paid and enriching on-the-job learning experience, relevant to their area of academic study.    Positions in this classification often include public contact and therefore bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. Under direction of a project supervisor, an intern is assigned to work on a specific project   under   30 hours a week, for a maximum of 600 hours.  The projects are located in various divisions which include:   Acquisition, Stewardship, and Development; Operations; Public Affairs; and Executive and Legislative. Vacancy Situation : The District is current looking for   10  interns   to assist with projects. Minimum Qualifications Education :  Must be in attendance at, or on legitimate leave from, a high school, trade school, college or university.  Academic background compatible to departmental assigned projects. License: Must possess a valid California driver license.  This requirement may be waived at the discretion of the General Manager for disabled or other applicants where the projects are such that a valid California driver license would not be necessary. Majors Encouraged :    Natural Sciences, Parks and Recreation, Business, Computer Sciences, Library Science, Fire Science, Geography, and English, or other closely compatible majors. Each individual project may require different educational specialties. Additional Information Ability to: investigate and analyze situations, plan, and organize research speak and write effectively follow instructions maintain harmonious working relations with fellow employees and the public Application materials for this position consist of two (2) required parts : A current East Bay Regional Park District application submitted online, and Completed supplemental questions Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com