WDFW Seeks Lands/Forest Health Archaeology Intern (Paid!!)
WDFW is seeking to hire another Lands/Forest Health Archaeology Intern. The successful applicant will work with the Lands Archeologist (Katherine Kelly), the Forest Health Archaeologist (Maurice Major), and WDFW Regional and Wildlife Area staff on a wide variety of restoration projects.
The Archaeology Intern can expect to learn (or improve) their ArcGIS skills, learn to write consultation letters, professional technical memos, and reports, use WISAARD to retrieve information and upload information, learn (or improve) their field survey skills. Our previous intern applied and was accepted to two state graduate programs in Archaeology/Cultural Resource Management, and successfully applied and was hired as Field Crew at a Tribal Program.
Direct questions to Katherine.email@example.com or Maurice.firstname.lastname@example.org. If the potential candidate would like to meet our current intern, we’d be happy to facilitate that, too!
Salary: $16.25 - $19.09 / hourly
Location: Multiple Locations Statewide, WA
Olympia is listed on the job posting, but other duty stations will be considered, depending on the successful applicant’s need. We’re still all working remotely. We also have several locations statewide with “touch-down stations” available for remote workers, we will pick the duty station closest to the successful applicant’s preferred location. We do not expect Interns to relocate for the work.
Job Type: Paid Internship (up to 40 hrs per week)
Department: Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
Job Number: 2022-09587
Closing: 8/14/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
Anticipated Internship Dates: October 16, 2022 - October 15, 2023