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The Central Utah Water Conservancy District (District) is seeking civil engineering, construction management, and geographical information system (GIS) students for internship positions at its Orem office.
These working level positions are responsible for providing engineering services, utilizing advanced training, experience and independent judgement to assist in capital project management, operations and water management, and comprehensive planning to most effectively and reliably meet District engineering and operation commitments and goals.
Central Utah Water Conservancy District seeks qualified candidates for the above position in our Asset Management group. This position is responsible for providing engineering services using conventional & advanced engineering skills, training, judgment, & exp. to assist in reliably meeting the engineering, asset, & operational needs of the District including coordination of construction & design issues w/ contractors on capital improvement projects & assisting in condition assessments & providing documentation of existing physical assets, & O&M procedures. Salary Range: $56,445-$80,717..
This position is responsible for providing administrative support to the General Manager, Board of Trustees, and staff as required.
The Central Utah Water Conservancy District (District) is seeking a Geomatic student for an internship position at its Orem office. The District manages and maintains billions of dollars of water related infrastructure including dams, tunnels, pipelines, structures, water treatment plants, and hydroelectric facilities which are used to deliver both primary and secondary water. This position will primarily be required to locate original legal documents and input them into a GIS. Some field work may be needed to locate and survey monumentation related to the legal documents. This internship requires an understanding of GIS & Cartographic principles, a working knowledge of COGO (coordinate Geometry) metes and bounds legal descriptions, coordinate conversions, ESRI software platform, and a basic understanding of GPS surveying. The District expects applicants to be able to work 10-20 hours week. The pay range varies from $13-$15/hr (based on qualifications and past work experience). Applications are due March 1st, 2019 at 5:00pm.