Hello, we are interested in offering a summer internship, and if it works out it will continue in the fall of 2019 and into 2020. We would like (for next year’s class) Seniors or Juniors who are engineering students who is interested in becoming a Structural Engineer. Continue reading
FYI – CEE students. Apply soon if interested.
The King County Water and Land Resources Division, Capital Services Unit is again looking for an intern with an interest in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Our projects involve hydrologic and hydraulic analysis, design of storm water culverts and open channel systems, design of the restoration planting and the oversight of the construction of these projects.
Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) has a Drainage Engineering Internship opportunity . The intern will receive supervised practical training in various areas of DWW operations, including: flow and level monitoring services; rain and operations data review; and data screening and analysis.
The intern will become familiar with the various parts of the DWW system, including: wastewater pipes and pump stations; passive and active hydraulic controlled structures; stormwater pipes, culverts, and ponds, and streams; and data acquisition from various sources. Duties will involve field and office work and require that the intern be able to drive a city vehicle, carry/lift moderate loads, work in uneven terrain, and enter confined spaces.
Learning objectives include, but are not limited to:
- Enhance understanding of municipal DWW infrastructure and function
- Gain experience with field work and documenting/reporting findings
- Experience with reviewing design drawings/specs
- Enhance technical writing skills and use of software (e.g., Microsoft Office, Visio, arcGIS, CAD)
- Enhance organizational, communication, and data management skills.
Under close supervision, assists assigned department(s) and/or project(s) by performing basic engineering-related tasks which may reflect elements of standard post-secondary engineering curriculum, usually on a part-time, temporary, or co-op basis.
- Assists engineer teams in various tasks and duties.
- Assists Engineer with research, development and design of projects.
- Assists Engineer with the preparation of engineering drawings and documents as assigned.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
The internship will provide an opportunity to
- Gain exposure to tunnel and underground engineering in urban context
- Gain exposure to a mega infrastructure project
- Real world experience with world class team and mentors
- On the job training will be provided
The Seattle Department of Transportation is seeking a college intern to provide mapping, data analysis and policy support for neighborhood business district and light rail station area curbspace management, SDOT’s Annual Parking Study, mobility project review, neighborhood intercept surveys, and related work.
You will be part of SDOT’s parking and access team, which plans and operates an innovative and customer-focused parking and curbspace system that provides fair and efficient access for people who live, work, and play in Seattle. We are part of the Transit & Mobility Division, which delivers a variety of programs to enhance access to transit and other transportation options in Seattle.
Our work relies partly on collecting, analyzing, and understanding parking data and other neighborhood access information and using this information through outreach to develop neighborhood access plans. Intern will coordinate, manage, and analyze neighborhood parking studies, assist with outreach and policy development, and supporting tasks.
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Deadline: 4/23/2019 5:00 PM Pacific