Transportation Planning Intern- San Diego
- 530 B St, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
We are a global team of dedicated and experienced architects, engineers, planners, designers and technology professionals who share a common desire – to help our clients create livable, sustainable, and advanced urban environments.
From high-rises to industrial buildings, schools to state-of-the-art hospitals, transit stations to highways, airports to toll systems, bike lanes to parks, we design every aspect of a truly integrated city for people to live, work, and play.
Our collaborative and combined approach focuses not only on creating the best solutions today, but also determining the right solutions for tomorrow. We believe cities in the future must be designed with intelligent systems, sustainable buildings, efficient infrastructure, and a human touch.
At IBI, we’re defining the cities of tomorrow.
Words like – motivated, enthusiastic, collaborative, independent, willingness to learn and take imitative – describe our ideal student candidate.
What’s in it for you?
- Work with, learn from and be motivated by industry professionals
- Play an integral role in projects
- You will be treated like any other member of your team; not “just a student”
- You will be given as much responsibility as you show us you can handle
- Direct industry exposure in your field of study
- Access to our student community – Campus Connext
- Potential part time employment during the school year and full time permanent opportunities upon graduation
Where will you be working? The Transportation Planning practice in our San Diego office provides a wide range of opportunity for those interested in the transportation planning field. We have a portfolio of projects, which involve transportation services and facilities, involving the need and justification for new transportation projects (primarily transit), alternatives analysis, GIS analysis, transportation demand management planning, transportation system/network planning and operations, transportation master plans, and sustainable transportation.
• Research industry best practices for TDM, transit, or traffic analysis
• Conduct traffic operations analysis
• Document and verify field conditions
• Utilize GIS to perform planning level analysis and create maps
• Attend project meetings
• Prepare reports and technical memos
• Support of business development and proposal initiatives
Candidates must be enrolled (undergrad or graduate) in either a City/Urban Planning, Public Administration or Geography program. Candidates must have demonstrable above average oral and written communications skills.
More information is available at: https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/IBIGroup/743999677962402-transportation-planning-intern-san-diego?oga=true
OFFICE OF COUNCILMEMBER CHRISTOPHER WARD
THIRD COUNCIL DISTRICT
Are you interested in local government? Are you a current college or high school student wanting to learn new skills and build your resume? If so, you should consider applying for an internship in our office. We are looking for bright, self-motivated, energetic individuals who are interested in learning the dynamics of working in a legislative office while making an impact in their community.
City Council interns assist with organizing community based events, constituent casework, and everyday involvement with the Third District. As an intern you will support staff with special events, constituent services, and special projects related to the City Council office’s general administrative duties.
Essential duties include:
• Active involvement in monitoring local issues, current events and relevant legislation;
• Assist with research and planning of upcoming events and projects;
• Provide accurate and complete information in response to constituent inquiries and community issues;
• Assist with and maintain office procedures, routine correspondence, telephone inquiries and special projects;
• Develop clear knowledge and understanding of principles, functions, practices and operations of the San Diego City Council;
• Assist with responding to a variety of constituent inquiries and issues.
• The ideal candidate must be enrolled in an educational program upon the start of the internship.
The ideal candidate will have an interest in public policy, community organizing, political science, economics, English, communications, public relations or a similar area of study or career path.
• Interns must be able to work 8-20 hours per week. Office hours are M-F 8:30am-5:00pm with some events during the evening and weekends that can also be used to fulfill hours requirement. Hours scheduling can be fixed or flexible based on an intern’s schedule.
• Although unpaid, interns receive important benefits like working directly with elected officials, community leaders and local residents on issues and events related to the Third District. Interns may also qualify for internship credit from their university or school, as well as earn a letter of recommendation from the City Councilmember.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Please contact Brittany Bailey at email@example.com to apply.
The Storm Water Program with the City of Santee is looking for a sophomore or junior with experience/coursework in environmental science, urban planning, biology, or environmental engineering to join the team as an intern. The position offers experience in a variety of disciplines, including water quality management, environmental compliance, environmental policy, and development planning/permitting, and is a great opportunity for ESYS, USP, SIO, or RED students.
This is a paid position with 15-20 hours a week desired. Students will likely need to have a car because the office is not very accessible by transit. The Storm Water Program is looking for an intern to stay at least one year.
Experience in GIS, and/or community outreach is highly desired, but not required. Good writing/communication is crucial, as is a positive attitude and attention to detail.
Students should apply to the position on Academic Internship Portal (job-id 5433) for consideration, and will need to provide a resume, cover letter, and three references.
The City of Escondido has two part-time GIS positions available.
These positions will be continuing the capture of emergency pre-plan data for our Public Safety departments.
The successful applicants will work up to 29 hours per week (a minimum of 24 hours is required), up to a total of 1000 hours. It is expected that this project will continue until June 30, 2019.
Completion of an introductory ArcGIS-based subject is required, however completion of intermediate or advanced subjects or additional experience will be favored.
Please email a short introduction to the contact below detailing your education, any experience and GIS interests, via the email below. The position will be open until filled.
City of Escondido
The City of San Diego is looking for interns. You can find more information and the application on their website.
The San Diego Association of Governments is hiring! Please see the attached files for more details: