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Trout Unlimited-Washington Water Project Internships:

Position Summaries (2 seasonal positions)

TU-WWP is beginning the second year of a program to relocate ‘nuisance’ beaver to suitable sites in the Wenatchee River Basin and seeks two seasonal staff to support program efforts:

1. Beaver Restoration Field Lead will coordinate with the project manager to determine and lead field activities. The position timeline is approximately April 22-September 27 but may be extended depending on applicant availability and program needs. This seasonal position will work 40 hours per week.

2. Beaver Restoration Intern will assist with daily activities. The preferred timeline is approximately May 20-August 30 but is flexible depending on availability of the selected candidate. Hours are anticipated to be 25-40 per week. This position could be a component of academic internship or experience requirements.
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Scribes work one on one with board certified physicians assisting with documentation for each patient evaluated by the doctor.  It is an exceptional opportunity for anyone interested in medicine to gain first-hand experience following a physician in an emergency department setting.

ScribeAmerica offers paid classroom & clinical training. Each employee will have multiple training sessions both in the classroom and the department during which we teach extensive medical terminology and appropriate medical/legal charting documentation.

SEE FLYER for more information about the positions and how to apply.

Environmental Sciences/Biology/Hydraulic Internships – Northwest Region
Opening Date: 01/17/19           
Closing Date: Open until filled
Salary: $18.26 - $24.43 Hourly
Job Type: Internship
Location: Shoreline, Washington
Recruitment #: 19DOT-NWR-EnvironInterns

The Opportunity: 
WSDOT Northwest Region Environmental Office has two exciting internships for currently enrolled students who want to observe and participate in real world application of their current field of study. This is a great opportunity to learn about the exciting work WSDOT is doing to meet environmental stewardship goals in a real world setting. The Environmental Office directly supports the transportation needs of Washington State by providing environmental technical studies, field investigations, interagency coordination, and construction support to WSDOT projects and operations. The successful candidates will receive exposure to the various roles in the Environmental Office and WSDOT project teams and gain hands-on experience assisting the program in hydraulics, fish & wildlife, environmental permitting, cultural resources, air quality, acoustics, water quality, and wetlands studies.
This is a temporary position/internship lasting approximately three to five months.

Please note the initial resume review will take place on March 1st. To view the entire posting and apply, please visit: Environmental Sciences Interns


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USAJobs (
How to Land a Technician Job in Fisheries and Wildlife
The Wildlife Society Careers Webpage
Conservation Job Board
DOE Sciences Undergraduate Laboratory Internships  

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