With guidance and mentoring from senior staff, this position will provide a “hands-on” learning experience in the environmental planning profession. Examples of intern responsibilities include:
Contribute as a team member to various research projects and planning studies; participate in meetings and liaise with project partners; assist with coordinating activities.
Conduct in-depth research into topics such as best practices, funding sources, and feasibility options for enhancements to the Environmental Mitigation Program.
Collect and compile information required for meeting agendas, committee reports, and presentations; assist with drafting these types of documents.
Assist with providing staff support to formal committee meetings; record and summarize minutes and actions for distribution to committees, working groups, and the public; assist with specific follow-up requests that arise from meetings.
Assist with contract management of various grant programs.
Perform monthly monitoring of sand migration and shoreline conditions.
Contribute to the preparation of various types of reports, summaries, correspondence, and presentations.
Respond to requests for information from the public or other interested parties.
Hours: approximately 20-25 hrs/week
Starts: August 29, 2018 0:00am
Ends: September 28, 2018 0:00am