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Youth and the Environment Coordinator/Wastewater Division Intern
New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) is seeking a summer intern to coordinate its EPA-funded Youth in the Environment Program (YEP), as well as other NEIWPCC Wastewater Division projects in Lowell, MA.
By offering summer employment with hands-on experience, YEP encourages disadvantaged inner city students to develop interests in the environment and potential environmental careers. The YEP Coordinator is an important component of the program. The Youth and the Environment Coordinator will work under the general supervision of the Director of Wastewater & Onsite Programs at NEIWPCC to coordinate logistics for the youth summer job program, develop lesson plans for the afternoon session, coordinate periodic environmental field trips, and coordinate transportation of the students to the wastewater treatment plant every morning. In addition to the YEP, the intern will also support our Massachusetts Title 5 Soil Evaluator Certification training program.
Incumbent will be expected to work 30 hours per week, with some flexibility; position anticipated to begin mid-May and to extend through the summer.
To apply, send cover letter and resume by Friday, April 1, 2016 as indicated at the top of this page. In the e-mail subject line, please reference position number 16-Lowell-006.
Summer 2016 Intern – Water Resource Protection
The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) is seeking a Summer Intern to assist with the Water Resource Protection division staff with a variety of ongoing programmatic and technical programs and projects. Will assist with Workgroup meetings on various topics including climate change and storm resiliency, stormwater, and nonpoint source. Will perform internet research and assist with requests for proposals. Position will require 30 hours per week with an anticipated start date of May 16, 2016; will extend for 14 weeks until August 19, 2016. Interviews will take place in early April 2016.
The successful candidate will have a minimum 2-3 years of satisfactory progress towards a bachelor’s degree in the environmental sciences, biology, or closely related field. Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required. Ideal applicants will be well-organized and highly motivated, with strong organizational skills. Strong interest in environmental issues and a desire to learn.
Send cover letter, resume, and writing sample by March 25, 2016 as indicated at top of page. Please reference position number 16-Lowell-005 in the e-mail subject line.