Topic ID #7533 - posted 5/1/2010 3:08 AM

Archaeological Field Survey Intern - Idaho National Laboratory



Jennifer Palmer

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Job Description
           
    Job Title:    
    BEA (SUMMER) 2010 INTERNSHIP - ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD SURVEY INTERN (5747)
    Job ID:
    5747
    Location:     
   
    Full/Part Time:    
    Part-Time
    Regular/Temporary:
    Temporary
  
   
    Job Information
    Job Title:  ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD SURVEY INTERN
Org:  Environmental Stewardship and Water Management (R199/B320)
Contact:  Erin Hanson (email:  erin.hanson@inl.gov)
Work Location:  INL Research Center (IRC) and Field
   
   
    Responsibilities
    ALL INTERNSHIPS ARE BASED ON AVAILABILITY OF FUNDING

INTERNSHIP DESCRIPTION:

The Idaho National Laboratory is seeking an intern for the [Insert time].  The INL Cultural Resource Management (CRM) Program is responsible for compliance with all cultural resource laws and regulations on the Idaho National Laboratory. Several archaeological field survey projects and one excavation project are planned for summer 2010. Under the guidance of a mentor(s), the selected student would track the sites and artifacts found during these projects and analyze them within existing research designs and/or historical contexts. They will present the findings at a poster session to be held near the end of the internship.

This internship is an educational enhancement opportunity and is a full time, paid position.
   
    Qualifications
    Required Qualifications:
Full time student status
-Ability to pass background check
-U.S. citizen
-GPA 3.0 or greater

Preferred Qualifications:
-Completion of sophomore year
-Previous INL internship, preferably with CRM Program
-Current INL Site Access Training
-Current Radiological Training
-Course work or experience with unexploded ordnance recognition
-Experience with field archeological surveys
-Experience with site recordation
-Must be able to work in extreme outdoor conditions including uneven surfaces, heights, extreme heat, and sun (UV) exposure
- Must be able to hike in moderate terrain
-Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds for long durations
- Works well in team environment under direct supervision
- GPS experience

   
    Environmental, Safety & Health
    Must be familiar with, and comply with all relevant health and safety requirements.  Must be knowledgeable of emergency action policies and procedures, methods for reporting/resolving work practices or conditions to available cognizant professionals.
    Go to level 2 row 6
   
    How To Apply
    When asked to upload your resume to your application, please upload one (1) PDF file that includes the following:
1. Current Resume or CV
2. Unofficial transcripts for all current and past degrees
3. Current class schedule including number of credits
4. Two (2) email addresses and names for confidential faculty (professor/advisor) recommendations.  If you have had a previous internship at the INL, you may request a recommendation letter from your previous mentor.

You will be asked to answer questions regarding your educational background.  Applications that do not include the items above in a single PDF upload and responses to the asked questions will be deemed ineligible.
  
   
    Please Apply Before:
    DUE TO TIME CONSTRAINTS THIS INTERNSHIP POSTING WILL ONLY BE OPENED FOR 5 DAYS

Midnight, 4 May 2010
   
   
    INL Education Programs
    Student internships enhance the education of students in support of the Department of Energy's mission to provide a continuum of opportunities to the nation's students.  The majority of internships fall in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).  However, the INL is a multi-discipline laboratory which utilizes all areas (i.e. finance, legal, IT, etc.) to support its mission.  The number of available internships depends on INL project funding.  These internship opportunities are intended provide an intensive introduction to mission support areas through the guidance of experienced mentors.
  
   
    INL Overview
    The INL is a science-based, applied engineering national laboratory dedicated to supporting the U.S. Department of Energy's mission in nuclear energy research, science, and national defense.  With 3,500 scientist, researchers and support staff, the laboratory works with national and international governments, universities and industry partners to discover new science and develop technologies that underpin the nation's nuclear and renewable energy, national security and environmental missions.
   
   
    The Idaho Falls Area
    Idaho Falls is conveniently situated near many national treasures such as Yellowstone National Park, Teton National Park, Jackson, WY, etc.  For more information about the area, please visit www.visitidahofalls.com and www.visitidaho.org.
   
   
    Equal Employment Opportunity
    INL is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

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