Geosyntec is seeking intern civil or environmental engineers to join our Winter Springs, Florida office for 10 to 20 hours a week. As a civil or environmental engineering intern, you will have the opportunity to apply your engineering academic knowledge to real-world projects related to our stormwater and environmental management practices, while also learning the business skills needed for a successful consulting career. We have two positions available for talented individuals interested in supporting our stormwater and environmental management practices. We are interested in candidates who are immediately available.
Our clients ask us to address their new ventures and most challenging problems involving the environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure. Ranked by ENR in the top 20 design firms for the environment, Geosyntec is internationally known for its technical leadership, broad experience, and exceptional client service. Learn mpore by visiting www.geosyntec.com.
ABOUT THE POSITION:
Is this the right position to help you achieve your professional goals? The opportunities are for a 10 to 20 hour per week positions. It is preferable to have an intern who can return to the position for up to two additional semester rotations during their undergraduate or graduate studies. Candidates are responsible for coordinating their own transportation to and from the office.
Some of the key responsibilities for the civil or environmental engineering intern positions include:
Assisting in data tabulation and interpretation associated with stormwater and environmental assessments;
Data input and analysis;
Stormwater modeling support;
Preparing engineering calculation
Field support for stormwater and surface water sampling, and watershed inventory;
Assisting in report and proposal preparation; and
Follow instructions and interact professionally with engineers, geologists, office administrative staff, CADD operators (draftsmen), contractors and construction personnel.
Currently registered in a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or PhD university degree program in a relevant engineering discipline. (required)
Preferred degree focus areas are civil, geotechnical, environmental or water resources engineering. (required)
Experience with GIS, CADD, and/or Microsoft Office. (preferred)
Outstanding academic credentials and exceptional interpersonal, technical writing, and problem-solving skills. (required)
Ability to attend required Health and Safety training as required for field work. (required)
Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation to drive to project sites. (required)
WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BE SUCCESSFUL AT GEOSYNTEC?
Geosyntec strives to hire and retain the best and brightest people in their fields. We look for exceptional interpersonal skills, communication skills, and problem-solving abilities, plus the passion for technical excellence and quality. We seek individuals with leadership potential, a commitment to lifelong learning and growth, and the desire to build a long and rewarding career with a growing Firm.
WHY CHOOSE GEOSYNTEC?
Geosyntec is a great place to build a career. If you're looking for an exciting place to work, a place with challenging and rewarding projects, and a place that has been nationally recognized for its employees' quality of life, technical expertise, and business success, then Geosyntec may be the place for you. You can learn more about careers and employment at Geosyntec by visiting http://www.geosyntec.com/careers/
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