National Visitor Use Monitoring Internship

  • Idaho Conservation Corps
  • Priest River, Idaho, USA
  • May 16, 2019
Internship- Paid Communication - Public Outreach Conservation/ Natural Resources Cultural Resources Environmental Education - Interpretation Environmental Protection Forestry Green Jobs - Green Business Outdoor Recreation - Guides- Trails - Wilderness

Job Description

Position Summary: The Panhandle National Forest is recruiting two interns to assist with the National Visitor Use Monitoring Program (NRVM). The interns will serve from June 2019 through September 2019. This internship is assigned to the Idaho Panhandle Forest Priest Lake Ranger District. The purpose of the internship is to collect recreation use information from visitors as they are leaving developed recreation sites, wilderness areas, the general forest area, or as they view scenery along forest highways. This will primarily be done through roadside and trailhead interviews at randomly selected sample sites on specific dates. This internship involves a great deal of travel as the interview sites are located throughout the Panhandle Forest. Information gathered in the interviews will be used to estimate the total number of visitors to the forest for one year.

For full position details, please visit: http://www.idaho-conservationcorps.org/pdf/Panhandle%20NF%20NRVM%20Interns%202019%20450%20HR.PDF.

To apply, visit idahocc.org/interns and click "Apply Here" underneath the job description.

Contact:

Javier Luna
Internship Coordinator
208-805-0325
javierl@idahocc.org

Job Level

Entry-level  

Sector

Nonprofit- NGO

Salary

$5,990.00 living allowance, prorated on a pay period (monthly) basis, a $1,566.14 education award upon completion of the 450 hours of service.

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