Civil - Environmental, Civil - Urban and Community Planning, Civil - Water / Wastewater, Civil Engineering
Job Title:Watershed Technical Support B-STEM Intern Academic Field of Study: Engineering Department: Watersheds Reports To:Manager of Watershed Technical Support
Budget Center: 8100
Anticipated Length of Assignment: 6 Months
Job Summary: The intern will assist with various projects throughout the assignment, including, but not limited to:
1.Project Title: Residential Credit Applications Project Description:Assist Team Leaders in processing Stormwater Fee Credit Applications •Entering applications in SWFT •Preliminary Data Gathering and Analysis •Reporting out to Team Leaders
2.Project Title: Permit Program Support Project Description:Assist Permit Program Manager in processing information requests •Researching utility requests •Preparing information for meetings
3.Project Title: Floodplain Data Development Project Description: Assist Stormwater Technical Specialist in developing a database of local community floodplain information. •Compile list of member community floodplain managers •Compile a summary of member community floodplain regulations •Develop a summary of member community “Community Rating System” enrollment status
4.Other duties as assigned
Minimum Education Requirements:
Academic Status/Standing: •Candidate must be enrolled in school or must have graduated within 24 months from the date of application.
Field of Study: •Declared Majors: Engineering or a related field of study
Degree Program Levels:
Any of the following degree program levels may qualify
•Associate Degree •Bachelor Degree (Freshman - Senior) •Master/Doctoral Degree •High School Advanced Placement Examinations and Technical/Trade School will also be considered
Minimum Job Requirements:
•Candidate must be able to work 15-20 hours per week. Working hours are Monday – Friday during normal business hours. This is a temporary position. Work hours will be adjusted as appropriate for interns who are enrolled in school.
•Candidate must be able to commit to up to a 6 month assignment with an option to extend the assignment at NEORSD’s discretion. This internship program provides for a time-limited role at NEORSD with no express or implied guarantee of future employment beyond the assignment period. This position is governed by all applicable NEORSD administrative policies, practices and procedures related to temporary employees.
•The District requires protective footwear (i.e., steel or composite-toed) when working in the plants, pump stations, construction sites, public rights-of-way and other posted areas. New hires are required to have protective footwear, meeting the following criteria, on the first day of employment: 1) Must be ANSI Z41-1999 or ASTM F-2412/2413 (2005) certified, 2) Must have a steel or composite protective toe, 3) Must be, at a minimum, a 6” work boot or 6” hiker-style boot (Note: shoes are not permitted), 4) Must have a slip-resistant sole. It is also recommended, but not required, that footwear be waterproof and have included a shank to protect the bottom of the foot.
•Candidate must possess a valid driver’s license with a driving record in accordance with the District’s acceptable guidelines.
•Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 10651
About Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District
The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District protects public health and the environment by leading effective wastewater and stormwater management. As the largest wastewater treatment provider in the State of Ohio, the Sewer District spans 380 square miles, serves 62 communities and one million residents, and treats 90 billion gallons of wastewater a year.
In addition to its award-winning treatment plant and laboratory performance, the Sewer District’s Project Clean Lake construction program will reduce annual Lake Erie pollution by 4 billion gallons by 2036, while its Regional Stormwater Management Program addresses widespread inter-community problems like flooding, pollution, and erosion.