Works with and assists National Park Service (NPS) Cultural Resources Program staff with creating and editing spatial data for historic structures and cultural landscapes located in various National Park sites within the western United States. Duties include editing Geographic Information System (GIS) spatial data and attribute tables using the NPS Cultural Resources Spatial Data Transfer Standards and collecting Global Positioning System (GPS) data using an NPS cultural resources data dictionary. Knowledge and experience using ArcGIS and Trimble required. Familiarity with cultural resources preferred, but not required. The majority of time will be spent in an office setting with some travel to the parks to collect GPS data.
Position Location: NPS Regional Office at 333 Bush Street, San Francisco
Compensation: $950/week living allowance
Number of weeks: 11 weeks, full time.
Additional Information: This position is in partnership with Conservation Legacy
(http://www.conservationlegacy.org) and includes health insurance and paid leave. No relocation costs are paid.
This is a 21st Century Conservation Service Corps Program internship, requiring the position to be filled by someone ages 15-35, but does not need to be a current student.
Applicant must pass a federal background check to qualify for this position.
Submit cover letter with resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 2, 2020.