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Environmental Scientist Intern

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TranSystems

22d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

Columbus

AI generated summary

  • You must be pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering, a sophmore by Fall 2023, and value diversity and equity in the workplace.
  • You will assist with environmental field investigations, planning, and technical writing tasks, working closely with a team of Engineers, Planners, and Environmental Scientists. Represent the team in meetings, stay informed on project status, and continuously grow your knowledge and skills.

Off-cycle Internship

SustainabilityColumbus

Description

  • TranSystems is seeking an Environmental Scientist Intern to support our Ohio Area on a variety of planning and design projects. In addition to an environmental/science background, a candidate for this position should have strong listening and communication skills with the ability to learn and apply environmental and regulatory knowledge in assisting more experienced environmental scientists in meeting clients’ environmental clearance and regulatory needs in the areas of transportation. Additionally, the ideal candidate is someone who is motivated, eager to learn, a team player, and takes pride in their work.

Requirements

  • Candidate must be pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering, preferred
  • Candidate must be a sophmore when starting the Fall 2023 Semester
  • Actively engages multiple perspectives when solving problems, seeks to learn from peers, and encourages reciprocal learning among team members.
  • Actively engages multiple perspectives when solving problems, seeks to learn from peers, and encourages reciprocal learning among team members.
  • Actively advocates for full inclusion in the workplace, fostering an environment that welcomes diversity and values equity for all employees, partners, clients, and the communities that TranSystems serves.

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Sustainability

Responsibilities

  • Assist with environmental field investigation (wetland delineation, Cultural Resources, and noise analysis). Field Investigation may involve travel to remote locations for multiple days.
  • Environmental planning including desktop reviews, NEPA document preparation, and other technical writing.
  • Perform in a team environment with Engineers, Planners, and Environmental Scientists.
  • Receive instructions from a Project Manager as to the assigned tasks, budget for tasks, and general deliverables necessary to meet client expectations. Asks questions if task assignments aren’t clear.
  • Represent the Environmental Team in both internal project status meetings and by supporting Project Managers at external meetings with clients.
  • Keep Project Manager informed of design status and any potential impacts to project schedule, scope, or required effort.
  • Grow professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing professional networks; participating in professional societies. These activities can be accomplished in person or virtually, if needed.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Columbus