Internships

    Two positions available!

     

    1. Engineering Internship, in the Operations Section!

    Desired Qualifications:  Good analytical skills and comprehension of mathematics and statistics.  Ability to handle multiple tasks with attention to detail.  Good written and oral skills.  Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.   Sewer/Hydrology Modeling experience a plus. 

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Assists staff in engineering work for Water/Wastewater, Participates as a productive member of Operations Engineering and participates as a team member to carry out various assigned duties as directed;

    Required skills, abilities, education levels, or other qualifications necessary for the job:  Knowledge of: Civil Engineering principles relating to hydrology and hydraulics, Planning and organizational skills; Operation of standard office equipment and a personal computer and job-related software applications. 

    Ability to: Communicate effectively; Compile reports from a wide variety of sources and transmit data; Understand and follow oral and/or written policies, procedures, and instructions; Demonstrate integrity, ingenuity, and inventiveness in the performance of assigned tasks.

    Acceptable Experience and Training: Major Coursework in Civil or Mechanical Engineering and any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work.  Must have at least one year of college course work in Engineering. 

    Number of hours per week: 20-40 Compensation per hour:

      • Undergraduate Level $13.61
      • Graduate Level $16.54

     

    2. Capital Projects - Engineering Internship Available with the Sonoma County Water Agency, in the Engineering and Design Section!

    Our Engineering Design Section provides engineering planning, design, and construction related support for capital project implementation.

    Our intern will:

    • Perform a variety of tasks supporting capital design projects, engineering records, and development of standard specifications.
    • Assist project managers and engineers in the technical and administrative duties of the department.

    Tasks may include: preparation of technical calculations and design for less complex systems; research and data compilation for existing systems and conditions; administrative assistance with, or development of, departmental procedures.

    Number of hours per week:   20-40

    Compensation per hour:

    • Undergraduate Level $13.61
    • Graduate Level $16.54

     

    Please email your resume and statement of interest to: WA Human Resources at

    wahuman.resources@scwa.ca.gov