[geogu-l] internship--City of Kirkland
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Tue Dec 23 08:48:28 PST 2003
POSITION TITLE: UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE PLANNING INTERNS
Department of Planning and Community Development
CLOSING DATE: Open until filled - Applications will be reviewed as they are
SALARY: $11.00/hour undergraduate level
$13.00/hour graduate level
HOURS OF WORK: Hours are flexible, with up to 20 hours per week.
POSITION DESCRIPTION: The City's Department of Planning and Community
Development has an immediate opening for two Planning Interns. The
Department will select the individuals depending on qualifications,
experience, and availability. Two positions will be filled. The position is
available until summer of 2004, with the possibility of an extension.
AREA DESCRIPTION: The City of Kirkland has a population of approximately
45,000 and is located on the eastern shores of lake Washington. As with many
Puget Sound jurisdictions, the City is facing rapid growth and development
pressures. The City enjoys a reputation for creative and responsible growth
POSITION SUMMARY: The positions will perform a variety of long range and
current planning tasks. The selected individuals should have experience or
an interest in one or more of the following areas: (1) preparing
presentation graphics; (2) conducting data collection; and (3) proofreading
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Working toward a degree in Urban Planning,
Architecture, Geography, Landscape Architecture, or a closely related field.
Excellent written skills are required with preference given to individuals
with graphics and computer skills (Windows Office suite).
SELECTION PROCESS: A completed City of Kirkland application MUST BE
Position is open until filled. Those applicants who are invited to
participate in the interview stages of the selection process will be
notified by phone; those who are not will be notified by mail. Incomplete
applications will not receive notification.
APPLICATION ASSEMBLY: Please see page 5 of the City of Kirkland application
for application assembly.
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