Jobs & internships

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Old posts to help familiarize you with expectations of GIS jobs:

Audubon Texas will be hiring a GIS intern that will be working out of our Texas City office. If you know of a recent graduate or student still in school, please pass along!  This intern will have the opportunity to learn some very high-level, advanced GIS techniques and will be working with LiDAR Data and spatial modeling.  The position runs from mid-January to mid-October 2015. As it is part time we can be flexible and work around schedules of students currently taking classes.

I’d like to find an applicant with previous GIS experience, but it’s more important to find a responsible individual that can work well with minimal supervision, has a good attitude and a willingness to learn.

The position is part time (up to 27 hours per week) and is paid.  The GIS Intern will be hired to work on a spatial modeling project involving the Texas Coast.  The intern will provide Geographical Information System (GIS) assistance to the Coastal Program Manager, assist with the collection of field data and ground-truthing spatial models and create final maps and GIS products. Major job responsibility will be working on Audubon Texas’ spatial modeling project for assessing rookery island erosion risk along the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway (GIWW) in Texas. Majority of time will be spent in an office but some field work on rookery islands will be included.

More information (and the link to apply online) can be found at:


The World Health Organization (WHO) has requested the assistance of GISCorps to support their West Africa Ebola response activities. WHO is the United Nations agency responsible for directing, coordinating, and leading health activities within the United Nations system and around the world. For the Ebola crisis, WHO and the UN have established the first-ever UN emergency health mission, the UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER).

This GISCorps recruitment is for five on-site positions:

-Guinea in-country GIS support (
-Liberia in-country GIS support (
-Sierra Leone in-country GIS support (
-Ghana  GIS coordination/support at UNMEER office in Accra, Ghana (
-WHO office (Geneva, Switzerland) GIS support (

For each of these positions:

*Work is on-site and travel and per diem expenses will be paid.
*Expert knowledge of GIS, ArcGIS, and ArcGIS Online is required.
*The term of duty is 30 days (45 days for Geneva position), with immediate departure preferred, but departure as late as January 15, 2015 acceptable.

Follow the links above for a detailed job description for each position. Refer to our Travel Information document ( for more information about the travel required for these assignments.

If you are qualified and interested, send an email to: by Wednesday, December 10, 2014 (by the end of the day – EDT).  In your email please:

*Indicate the positions for which you are applying
*Attach your most recent resume
*Discuss your abilities relative to each position for which you are applying, and
*Indicate your earliest possible travel date.

Thank you in advance,

GISCorps Recruitment Team


GIS and satellite imagery analyst

26-11-2014 Job Opportunity

Location: Headquarters, Geneva
Harnessing GIS, Satellite imagery and other new technologies for Protection Work – 100 % – Permanent contract – Male or Female
The Protection Division of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is seeking an experienced practitioner to lead the development of the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), including Satellite Imagery and other new technologies, for protection work in the field. He/she is responsible for operational and research mapping and geospatial analysis related to protection issues.
The holder of the position develops data visualization tools and methodologies and provides guidance to the teams using them in the field, integrating available technologies into ICRC’s response, particularly with regard to the ICRC’s protection action in emergency situations. He exploits satellite images and provides analysis in the form of written reports and GIS products.
He also leads the development of the use of other new technologies and methodologies, such as crowdsourcing, to improve our protection response.
The position requires solid technical skills, GIS knowledge and image analysis training and experience.

Main responsibilities

As a team member of the Protection of Civilians Unit and working in cooperation with the GIS team in the Assistance Division and in the field, the Analyst conducts and supports geospatial data processing, data management and analysis. He/she is responsible for:
  • Designing, developing or adapting, managing and maintaining tools and methodologies for the use of spatial data and geodatabase technologies in relation to protection issues.
  • Generating maps and imagery-derived products, attributing GIS data to support documentation of protection issues documented in the field.
  •  Exploiting satellite imagery to support remote documentation of protection concerns.
  • Advising, training and coaching staff working, in order to enable them to incorporate the use of visual data, satellite imagery analysis and geo-referencing into their protection activities.
  • Maintaining contacts with networks of practitioners and other humanitarian organisations, to share experience and good practices and where possible develop partnerships.
 Key tasks
  • Develop methodology and tools regarding the use of GIS for protection work and facilitate their implementation in the field (pilots, lessons learned…).
  • To obtain, import, manipulate, analyze, interpret, manage and output spatial data in order to enhance ICRC’s protection response.
  • Provide a rapid assessment and mapping services from high resolution images for teams in the field following a conflict emergency.
  • Create appealing infographics allowing for a better understanding and visualisation of complex data.
  • Ensure internal operational procedures to enable rapid and guaranteed access to satellite images
  • Ensure alignment of Protection data with the ICRC Geographic Referential
  • Assist in capacity building for field staff on fundamental concepts of GIS and spatial analysis including its strengths and limitations.
  • Provide technical guidance to delegations in the field to explore the use of other new technologies and methodologies for protection work.
  • Attend and contribute to ICRC GIS officers seminars and trainings
 Profile and skills
  • Technical college or University degree in GIS or related field
  • 2 years’ work experience in a similar function
  • A comprehensive understanding of the principles of analysis of satellite images and willingness to learn new skills.
  • Understanding of the use of new technologies for humanitarian response (dynamic mapping tools, data management, crowdsourcing, etc.).
  • Experience in project management, data collection, mapping and database design.
  • Good knowledge of available geo-data management and visualisation tools (ArcGIS, advanced MS Excel, Illustrator, OverpassAPI (OSM), ENVI, ERDAS, eCognition, etc…).
  • Experience or a strong personal interest in the humanitarian field, including in protection issues.
  • Knowledge of ICRC work and methodology an asset.
  • Good networking skills.
  • Fluent in English, other languages (French, Spanish…) an asset.
 Minimum length of assignment: 3 years
Starting date: 1 March 2015
Application documents required: CV and motivation letter
If this post interests you and you meet the requirements set out above, please send your application by the 17th of December 2014, to mentioning “PROT/CIV – Application – GIS” in the subject of your message.
Only applications via this e-mail will be considered for this campaign. If you don’t receive a reply to your application within one month, please consider that your file has not been shortlisted.

The Town of South Windsor has an opportunity for an individual with current GIS skills. This position will assist the GIS Analyst in field collection, data layer maintenance and creation. You must be available to work during normal business hours of 8 AM to 4:30 PM.  The position will be part time, approx. 20/hrs per week. The pay will be dependent on skills. Candidates must be:

  • Competent in ArcGIS Desktop 10.1 or more current

  • Have a valid CT operator license and good driving record

  • Ability to pay close attention to detail

  • Ability to work independently and in a team situation

  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and through correspondence

Questions on the internship may be directed to: Dawn Mulholland, GIS Analyst (860) 644-2511 x 218 or or Jeffrey Doolittle, Town Engineer (860) 644-2511 x 245

Please submit resumes to: Attn: Engineering Dept. 1540 Sullivan Avenue, South Windsor, CT 06074 by 4:30 p.m. Friday, July 25, 2014 or


Tighe & Bond is seeking dynamic professionals to join our GIS team.  Please refer to the postings on our Careers page:


The Water Pollution Control Authority (WPCA) for the City of Norwalk seeks a GIS intern to assist in the development and quality control of various GIS layers. Duties include scanning and rectifying existing maps and engineering data,  performs technical functions necessary to create and maintain GIS spatial data, uses centrally managed spatial data for analysis and mapping; general maintenance and editing of databases and GIS data; assistance with various technical and administrative assignments; and basic field research assistance.   This position will work a flexible work schedule of up to 20 hours per week. Pay for this part-time internship position is $12.50 per hour. Required Skills. This position requires the individual be engaged in undergraduate or graduate studies at an accredited college or university with an emphasis in GIS, geography, environmental science, engineering, or similar.  GIS experience and familiarity with ESRI ArcGIS software is required. The ability to follow instructions precisely, communicate clearly, and work independently is also required. A working knowledge of computers, computer networking, plotters and printers, ESRI ModelBuilder, Python, XML, and SQL is preferred. Desired Qualifications ·      Bachelors degree or in pursuit of a Bachelors degree in Geography, Engineering, or other technical field with an emphasis in GIS use and development·       Microsoft Office, ArcGIS Desktop 10.x (ArcMap, Catalog, Toolbox) ArcGIS for Server, ArcSDE, ArcPad·       Familiarity with SQLserver/Postgres database structures·       Familiar with civil engineering, environmental sciences, environmental mapping, and/or cartography·       Ability to plan and execute GIS projects with knowledge of proper mapping techniques·       Proficiency with data manipulation (e.g., Excel, Access)·       Excellent and demonstrated verbal and written communications skills Please submit resume or CV to:Steven Birney, GIS AnalystWPCA for the City of Norwalk,  Second Floor15 South Smith Street, Norwalk, CT 06855E-Mail:
———————————————————————————————————The Center for Geographical Studies at Cal State University, Northridge has a job opening for a full time GIS Research Assistant.  You can view and apply for this job at the following URL. Search for JOB ID: 3750


Geospatial Analyst & GIS Developer Positions.  The USAID GeoCenter are currently hiring two new team members to join the exciting expansion of GIS in the international development community. These positions are based in Washington, DC and support an institutional contract held by the Freedom Consulting Group with the US Agency for International Development (USAID). The candidates selected for these positions will work within the  USAID GeoCenter, which was recently launched in November of 2011. The GeoCenter provides geospatial products and services to Washington-based USAID bureaus focused on economic growth, education, environment, food security, health, governance, conflict, and humanitarian assistance. It also works with USAID field missions in developing countries across Africa, Asia, Latin American, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe.
The purpose of the GeoCenter is to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of USAID’s programs by applying geographic analysis to development challenges for strategic planning, program design, monitoring, and evaluation. Full job descriptions and instructions for application are located here: GeoCenter Jobs<>


The Connecticut DEEP Marine Fisheries Division is currently looking for a qualified individual to fill a “Seasonal Resource Assistant” position working on GIS related projects. This position is limited in duration and pays $10 – $14/hr (7hrs/day, 35hrs/wk) based on relevant experience. The selected candidate will start in Late April or early May and work for approximately 1,030 hours. Since this position is temporary, there would be no health benefits. The position is based out of DEEP Marine Headquarters in Old Lyme, CT, and employees would be expected to drive to Old Lyme each workday. The position will include but is not limited to: assembling, analyzing, synthesizing and mapping diverse data sets in support of fisheries research and monitoring. The selected candidate may be asked to work on multiple projects and may be asked to create maps or map applications for the Agency website. The selected candidate will work under supervision, but will also be expected to work independently at times. To apply: Please submit a completed application and resume to either Deb Pacileo or Jacque Benway.Applications and instructions may be obtained from our Fisheries Seasonal Job Opportunities page on the DEEP website. Specific questions may be directed to: Deb Pacileo or Jacqueline Benway, State of Connecticut, DEEP Marine Fisheries Division, Phone: (860) 434-6043, E-mail: deb.pacileo@ct.govor


Boomerang for Earth Conservation is seeking a GIS Web Developer and Analyst for a conservation project in the Maldives. The GIS developer will be in charge of creating, developing and maintaining web, mobile and desktop GIS applications. S/he will also be asked to run basic spatial and temporal analysis using long-term data set on various marine related topics. Responsibilities includes but are not limited to:

  • Design, develop and maintain web mapping applications using a variety of ArcGIS for Server APIs (JavaScript, Silverlight, and Flex)
  • Develop and maintain desktop GIS applications utilizing, ArcGIS and Python
  • Develop of GIS software applications to create, convert, integrate, and maintain digital spatial (map) data layers into the GIS database.
  • Training of project staff and other partners on the use of GIS database and online apps
  • Work with data in Excel, Access, and Relational Database Management Systems (Microsoft SQL Server)
  • Assist with development of mobile applications including field data collection applications using ArcGIS Mobile, ESRI ArcPad, or similar applications for consumption on mobile and tablet devices
  • Assist staff with spatial and temporal analysis of endangered megafauna
  • Writing reports and scientific publications.
  •  Collect data in the field to map, inventory, and quality control facilities, utilities, and other infrastructure layers.
We are looking for a young, creative, motivated person with a real passion for marine conservation. We are happy to accept students wishing to do their Master project with us.
For further information, please contact Agnese Mancini,Boomerang For Earth Conservation. Web: 

The Audubon Texas Coastal Program will be hiring a new staff person this spring.  We are creating a position to design, launch and manage our  new citizen science program for monitoring colonial waterbirds in Texas. This position will entail volunteer recruitment and management, developing and teaching waterbird survey protocols and overall outreach for our Coastal Program. Full details are attached along with requirements and are also available online. Please help us spread the word to candidates you may know. The position can be found and applied for through Audubon’s online career center:


The Conservation and Land Management Internship Program is now accepting applications for 2014! Please apply online at Would you like to put your education to use assisting in important conservation projects? Do you like to experience new landscapes, habitats, and species diversity? The CLM Internship Program is a wonderful opportunity to begin a career in botany, wildlife biology, natural resource management and conservation! Each year, the Conservation and Land Management Internship Program places 75-100 college graduates in five-month paid internships to assist professional staff at the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), National Park Service (NPS), US Forest Service (USFS), US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and US Geological Survey (USGS). Internships are primarily located in the western United States, including Alaska! Each internship is unique and may focus on botany, wildlife, or a combination of the two. Interns assist in a wide variety of projects depending on the needs of each field office. Examples of projects include: collecting seed for restoration and conservation purposes, performing surveys for threatened and endangered species and habitats, and collecting data on species reintroduction and habitat management experiments. Applicants with strong botany experience are especially encouraged to apply! Benefits of the CLM Internship Program are numerous. As a CLM intern, you will receive a stipend paid every two weeks totaling $11,900 over 5 months and will attend an all-expenses paid week-long training workshop at the Chicago Botanic Garden. In addition, the CLM Internship Program provides opportunities to make connections in various governmental and non-profit organizations, to learn what it’s like to work at a federal agency, to explore your career goals and expand your resume. Applications are due February 1st. However, we review applications on a rolling basis. The sooner your application is complete, the sooner we can review your files and consider you for available positions. Interviews will begin in January for qualified applicants with complete applications. For more information and to apply online, please visit:———————————————————————————————————————————WRA (environmental consulting firm) are currently seeking a full-time, self-motivated, highly competent GIS Department Head/Marketing Lead.  For more information about the position: Contact: Amanda McCarthy,————————————————————————————————————————————————————–Smith College invites applications for a 12-month post-baccalaureate fellowship, with possibility for an additional year, in the Spatial Analysis Lab (part of the Environmental Science and Policy Program). We seek candidates who are enthusiastic about applying map visualization, spatial analysis, and spatial data collection techniques across the curriculum. Details:


MSc Postion in Biology – Modelling Caribou Movement and Herd Fidelity in Labrador. A motivated, hard-working student is sought for an MSc position in Biology at Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The student will be jointly supervised by Dr. Yolanda Wiersma (Landscape Ecology; and Dr. Amy Hurford (Mathematical Biology; This project will make use of existing data from satellite collared caribou in Labrador, Canada and will use these to test hypothesis about habitat use, movement patterns and herd fidelity. A background in wildlife biology or ecology would be an asset but because the project is not field based, skills in desktop/computer analysis are paramount.

The successful applicant will have experience in one or more of the following areas: Geographic Information Systems (GIS), spatial analysis, mathematical modelling, spatial modelling). Extensive expertise is not required, but the successful applicant should demonstrate an aptitude for applying quantitative and computational methods to ecological projects, along with a willingness to learn.

The graduate program in Biology is one of the largest graduate programs at Memorial University. Situated in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador (the “oldest city in North America”), and has an active and engaged graduate society (  Memorial is a research-intensive university (the largest in Atlantic Canada) with a student population of over 18,000 in a highly liveable city.

Applicants should hold a BSc in Biology with an average of 80% (A standing), and have demonstrated research experience (i.e., honours thesis). The funding package for this position is approximately $20,000 per year for a maximum of two years.  Ideally, we would like the candidate to start either in January or May 2014.

This position is open to all nationalities (applicants for whom English is a second language will have to demonstrate proficiency in English). Interested candidates are requested to send a CV, unofficial transcript and statement of interest in the project/MSc program to Dr. Yolanda Wiersma ( For more information, please contact Dr. Wiersma ( or Dr. Hurford (


Geographic Information System Intern/Temporary Position. Due Sept 15. The Geographic Information System Internship is a three-month part-time temporary position that will support the establishment, management and use of institutional geodatabases. This position reports to the Research Associate in GIS/RS, Tropical Land Use/Land Cover Change. The position is ideal for students or early professionals, with three years of education and/or training in GIS, who wish to expand their knowledge and skills through a real-world experience in a non-profit environment. Location: San Francisco, CA. Application deadline: September 15, 2013 or until filled. Desired start date: ASAP. Hours: 20 hours/week. Compensation:  ($16-$22/hour) Commensurate with experience (non-exempt, un-benefited position not eligible for University Credit). Application Instructions: Please send cover letter referencing Job# 02307EA curriculum vitae, and contact information for 3 references to Please reference Job# 02307EA in the subject line of the email. For more details:


GIS Analyst, Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (Salt Lake City, Utah)

The Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA), Utah’s largest conservation organization, has an immediate opening in its Salt Lake City office for a GIS Analyst. Interested applicants should send the following materials via e-mail to cover letter, resume, transcript, and 3 references. 

SUWA offers a competitive salary—based on experience—and excellent benefits (health, dental, retirement plan, sabbatical). Materials should be submitted no later than September 20, 2013. The GIS Analyst will support SUWA’s litigation, legislative and advocacy staff and will focus on energy development, Quiet Title Act/R.S. 2477, off-road vehicles, BLM land use planning, and legislative initiatives.  The GIS Analyst will work closely with issues and legislative staff in SUWA’s Salt Lake, Moab, and Washington, D.C. offices and is supervised by the legal director. Qualifications include: Master’s Degree in Geography or a related area or a Bachelor’s Degree and significant relevant experience; formal training in GIS and demonstrated professional GIS analytical and cartographic skills, including data development and analysis; excellent research, investigative and analytical skills; competence with aerial photography and satellite imagery interpretation and analysis; excellent general computer skills (e.g. spreadsheet and database applications); ability to organize and manage documents and files; and ability to work independently, quickly and within deadlines.  A list of sample duties is set forth below. SUWA’s mission is the preservation of the outstanding wilderness at the heart of the Colorado Plateau, and the management of these lands in their natural state for the benefit of all Americans.  SUWA promotes local and national recognition of the region’s unique character through research and public education; supports both administrative and legislative initiatives to permanently protect the Colorado Plateau wild places within the National Park and National Wilderness Preservation Systems, or by other protective designations where appropriate; builds support for such initiatives on both the local and national level; and provides leadership within the conservation movement through hard-hitting advocacy for wilderness preservation. GIS Analyst sample duties: Provide Geographic Information Systems (GIS) analysis using both data produced by governmental and non-governmental sources and data developed in-house through scanning of hardcopy maps, on-screen digitization, and database development; Prepare GIS cartographic and tabular products for pleadings, in-house support, and other purposes as needed; Provide analysis of historical and current maps, aerial photography, satellite imagery, and related information; Consult with attorneys on the potential for application of GIS to case development and litigation and provide GIS functions when necessary; Consult with attorneys and, where appropriate, provide expert witness testimony in litigation where the opponents have utilized GIS or related technology or data; Provide technical support for legislative and advocacy staff with GIS regarding legislative initiatives; Provide task-specific coaching and project review for advocacy staff working with GIS in order to ensure that the desired analysis and/or product is produced; Establish and implement standards and templates to ensure that GIS work products and associated analysis and data reflect the organization’s commitment to quality; Consult with staff that utilize GIS and identify and implement opportunities to develop a stronger organization-wide program; Maintain the organization’s GIS software licensing and technical support through ESRI Conservation Program grants and other opportunities as identified. For questions, contact Stephen Bloch, Attorney, Southern Utah Wilderness Alliancek 425 East 100 Southk Salt Lake City, Utah 84111 Phone: 801 428 3981 Fax: 801 486 4233,


Senior Technology Engineer (GIS), Traveler’s Insurance, Hartford, CT


Geographic Information Systems Officer Position, United Nations, New York


Mid/Senior Level GIS Analyst/Planner (Berkeley, CA) Bike, pedestrian and green way development position at Alta Planning & Design.


ESRI Technical Marketing Specialist – Education.


GIS Technologist /Application Developer (Middletown, CT):


New England GeoSystems(NEGEO), a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) consultant, is opening a new office in Middletown, CT and has a need for a highly motivated GIS technologist /application developer to join the team.

Applicants need to possess a wide range of programming and data management skills which will help enhance and expand NEGEO’s ability to meet the demands of providing desktop, mobile and web based data solutions to our municipal & private clients.

The successful candidate will work with our GIS analysts, project managers and clients to improve and expand our current desktop and web based GIS applications as well as participate in several new custom development projects.

Direct GIS experience is not necessarily needed but the right person will have knowledge of or a keen interest in GIS. What is needed is the proven ability to develop applications and data management solutions in a consulting environment which solve the needs of our customers.


Job Requirements…

Working and demonstrable knowledge of the following:

·         HTML, JavaScript and related frameworks including but not limited to jQuery & Dojo

·         SQL Server programming and management

·         Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) methods and practices

·         .NET framework – ASP/VB/C#  

·         IIS & Windows Server management

Secondary skills which would be highly beneficial:

·         Android, iOS, and Windows 8(RT) app development

·         Graphic design experience – Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator, WordPress, etc.

Mainstream internet mapping skills:

·         Knowledge and experience with Google Maps and other online mapping API’s such as Bing, MapQuest and Open Street Map


Specialty GIS skills:

·         ESRI’s suite of software and extensions

·         ArcGIS Server 10.x. – spatial data aspects and implementation of the various programming API’s

·         Experience developing with ESRI’s ArcGIS development tools (Python, ArcObjects, ESRI API’s/SDKs)



·         Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems 

·         Engineering, geography, or similar degree with extensive cross experience in application development

·         Master’s degree is an advantage

·         Specialized post degree / professional training is beneficial


The winning candidate will be the one who presents the best overall combination of applicable experience, education and training. We will be interested in reviewing work samples, live applications and other material which demonstrate candidates experience level.


Please email your response to Your reply should mention your availability for interview, start date, and part time, contract or full time employment preference.


Westchester County (New York) looking for GIS Specialist II. Job description. Westchester County GIS is currently accepting resumes for an mid-level position as part of its core GIS project team.  Primary responsibilities include map and database maintenance, desktop and web-based GIS support, and working at the direction of senior staff on a wide range of county and local government GIS projects.  Demonstrated experience with ESRI software required. Starting Annual Salary:  $58,900 including standard government benefits. Qualified applicants can email list of qualifications and resumes to Sam Wear, Westchester County GIS @


GIS Job with FEMA. Due July 2.


Paid GIS internship with the City of Norwalk.

The Water Pollution Control Authority (WPCA) for the City of Norwalk seeks a GIS intern to assist in sanitary and storm sewer mapping, civil engineering, and the development and quality control of various GIS layers. Duties include scanning and rectifying existing maps and engineering data, attaching raster imagery to existing GIS layers; general maintenance and editing of databases and GIS files; assistance with various technical and administrative assignments; and basic field research assistance. This position will work a flexible work schedule of up to 20 hours per week. Pay for this part-time internship position is $12.50 per hour.

Required Skills: GIS experience and familiarity with ESRI GIS software is required. The ability to follow instructions precisely, communicate clearly, and work independently is also required. A working knowledge of computers, computer networking, plotters and printers, HTML, XML, and SQL is preferred. This position requires the individual be engaged in undergraduate or graduate studies at an accredited college or university with an emphasis in engineering, geography, environmental science, GIS, or similar.

Desired Qualifications

  • A Bachelors degree or in pursuit of a Bachelors degree in Engineering and/or related field or GIS professional certification

  • Windows Office, ArcPad, ArcGIS for Server, ArcSDE, ArcGIS 10 or latest release, Adobe Acrobat

  • Familiarity with SQL server/Postgre SQL database structures

  • Familiar with civil engineering, environmental sciences, environmental mapping, and/or cartography

  • Ability to plan and execute GIS programs with knowledge of proper mapping techniques

  • Proficiency with data manipulation (e.g., Excel, Access)

  • Excellent and demonstrated verbal and written communications skills

Job Location Norwalk, Connecticut

Position Type Part-Time Internship

Salary $12.50 per hour

Submission and Contact Information Please submit resume or CV to: Nicholas E. Berkun, Junior Engineer WPCA for the City of Norwalk, Second Floor 15 South Smith Street, Norwalk, CT 06855 Telephone: (203) 854-3235 Fax: (203) 854-3224 E-Mail: