Position Type: Internship
Open until: Thursday, May 31, 2018 or until filled
Wage: $13.68 – 15.84 per hr DOE
Location: Kanab, Utah
Interns selected for these positions will have a variety of opportunities to conduct inventorying, monitoring, and assessing range conditions as part of the AIM (Analyze, Inventory, and Monitoring) program; and/or weed management utilizing weed control equipment and techniques. Interns will be working with a wide variety of natural resource, cultural resource, and Government employees. This position may require work on the weekends and limited overnight camping. Weekly Work Schedule will be 40 hours per week, Mid May – End of August. Intern will be exposed to a variety of weather conditions (temperatures 45 – 105+ degrees).
Must provide own living quarters. Kanab is small communities with limited services available.
THIS INTERNSHIP IS BASED AT BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, GRAND STAIRCASE-ESCALANTE NATIONAL MONUMENT
Qualifications: Some experience in one or all of the following is helpful but not necessary to apply for the internship position: natural resource management, biology, physical science, or botany. Experience with herbicide (weed) treatments is a plus. Must have valid driver’s license. Background check required upon selection.
Submit IIC application, resume, transcripts, and statement of interest. Applications must be received by (May 31, 2018)
Alan Bate, Rangeland Management Specialist
Contact for Range AIM Emphasis Internships
Raymond Brinkerhoff, Botanist
Contact for Range Botany Emphasis Internships