This internship opportunity will give the selected candidate experience collecting, managing, and synthesizing data related to water-wise landscape conversion projects, in support of the Utilities’ water conservation goals. The key responsibilities include visiting and documenting project sites, conducting analysis, creating reports, and summarizing various private and public landscape conversion projects. Duties will vary daily and range from providing administrative support to collecting data on site, researching, data analysis and report creation. Work is performed in a collaborative team environment with guidance and oversight from Utilities Water Conservation staff. Intern may be required to use their personal vehicle for work-related travel and would be reimbursed at the federal mileage rate. Ideally, the position will start in late April and continue through October. Hours can be flexible during the spring and fall semesters, with 40 hours/week desired during the summer months. Schedule may require some evening and weekend work.
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