INTERNSHIPS / APPRENTICESHIPS
Environment New Mexico
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POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
We're working on a campaign to protect New Mexico's rivers and waterways. Polluting industries have carved loopholes in the Clean Water Act that leave 95,000 miles of New Mexico's streams and rivers open to pollution.
I'm hiring college students to work with Environment New Mexico this summer to build the public support for the EPA's plan to restore protections to our water.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested students can apply by going to our online application or call our local office for more info at 505-255-6061. Note that these positions are based in Albuquerque, so ideal for students who will be living there this summer.
GIRL SCOUT CAMP Staff
See the flyer outside the Career Center.
Vanessa "Shoe" Grose'
Outdoor Program Director/Camp Director
Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails
4000 Jefferson Plaza NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
(505) 923-2524 Office
PNM paid College Summer Engineering Internships available at the San Juan Generating Station near Farmington.
Preference is given to American Indian Students. Please encourage students to apply.
Prefer electrical, civil, mechanical, or environmental engineering students, and current AISES
Internship will commence in late May and last through mid-August, and preference given to
students graduating in May or December 2014.
This temporary internship position will perform assignments designed to develop engineering work
knowledge and abilities through the application of standard techniques, practices and procedures
and provide an opportunity to work with company executives and other stakeholders to represent
Native American interests affecting the utility industry
Provides entry-level engineering support for small projects or as a team member for part of a larger
project. Tasks may be somewhat repetitive in nature. Provides basic engineering support to operational areas.
Provides entry-level technical support to and interacts with other associates.
Uses the Company and industry standards to ensure safety and consistency of engineering results.
Provides support to the Tribal Relations Administrator serving as a liaison between New Mexico
tribal entities, company management and governmental officials.
Be familiar with Native American culture and tribal issues in order to assist Governmental Affairs
Department with any necessary projects.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Students shall be currently enrolled in an accredited four-year bachelor’s of engineering degree
program at an institution of higher education, or working towards a graduate degree in engineering.
Must maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher and possess functional computer skills.
To apply go to www.pnm.com/careers and read a full job description, register, upload a resume and answer all posting questions.
Deadline is no later than April 15, 2015.
PNM is an EEO/AA employer. Women, minorities, disabled individuals and veterans are encouraged to apply.
For question, contact:
Joan Schueller – Manager, Employment & Recruitment firstname.lastname@example.org
Frederica Romero – Sr. Recruiter email@example.com