Engineering Co-op Intern

Application Deadline: 2021-01-22
Job Type: County
Job Description:

The Chippewa County Department of Land Conservation & Forest Management is seeking a cooperative education student in its engineering unit. Focus includes agricultural pollution control; mine site reclamation; hydrology; and urban storm water management. Specific emphasis in construction inspection, field surveys (topographic), design and drafting, resource inventories, and engineering review. Excellent learning opportunity in a progressive work environment. This position is seasonal, non-recurring, and limited term and requires up to 40 hours per week during a period of 6-7 months for a commitment of 975 hours.

Minimum Qualifications: H.S. diploma/GED required. Must be currently enrolled at an institution higher education and pursuing a degree in civil engineering, biosystems/biological engineering, environmental engineering, agricultural engineering, or other related course of study. Knowledge and/or experience in the fundamentals of drafting and surveying (level, total station, and GPS), construction techniques and materials, AutoCAD, Civil3D / Land Desktop, and ArcGIS software preferred. Valid driver’s license required. Visit to view the full position description and other job requirements. Click on Career Opportunities.

Wage: $16.46 per hour, this is a non-benefited position.

Applications will only be accepted through the online application process at under Career Opportunities. Applications must be submitted electronically by Friday, January 22, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. In order to be considered for the position a resume and school transcripts are also required to be emailed to [email protected] by Friday, January 22, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable as long as issued by the school. Application materials received after that date and time will not be considered. EOE.

For additional information please contact David Nashold at (715) 726-7923 or [email protected].

Deadline Note:

WCA Board Chair Lance Pliml kicks off today's first meeting of the CAP Team (County Ambassador Program) for this legislative session. Issue briefings from WCA Government Affairs staff and virtual meetings with legislators are all on the docket for county leaders. @NACoTweets

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