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San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission Geographic Information System (GIS) Internship Founded in 1965, the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) is the federally designated state coastal management agency for the San Francisco Bay. BCDC has regulatory and planning authority over development in San Francisco Bay and along the Bay's nine-county shoreline. This award-winning agency is seeking an enthusiastic GIS student intern to work at our San Francisco office. The GIS intern will primarily research, analyze and digitize historic data within BCDC’s public access, permit, dredging and planning programs. The intern will also have the opportunity to gain practical experience with the design and development of BCDC’s dynamic webGIS map application. The intern may also assist with map production and spatial analyses for BCDC as well as other GIS related tasks. This internship is an ideal opportunity to work with environmental professionals while increasing GIS and geodatabase management skills. Essential Duties: research, analyze and digitize historic data assist in development of webGIS map application Desired Qualifications: education and/or experience with GIS software, including ArcMap, ArcCatalog, ArcIMS and ArcToolbox experience with webGIS map production knowledge of mapping and cartographic techniques experience with database management ability to work independently About the Position: BCDC is seeking a summer GIS intern to start in the month of June, 2007. This position can be filled as a Student Assistant, Graduate Student Assistant or Environmental Services Intern, dependent on the level of education and experience of the incumbent. The salary range for this position is $8.13 - $15.20 per hour depending on the classification at which the position is filled. Due to budget constraints, the remainder of the internship would be unpaid and the intern would be considered a volunteer or work study credits may be negotiated with your educational institution. Public transportation subsidy up to $65 for the month of June, 2007 may be available. Eligibility: Currently enrolled in college, or enrolled in graduate school, or college graduate with a major or minor in urban, regional, or environmental planning, environmental law, environmental science, economics, natural resources management, ecology, geography, earth or natural science, civil engineering, law, political science, public administration, or a related field. Applying for the job. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The job opening is at the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission, however the California Coastal Commission (CCC) handles BCDC’s personnel work. (The CCC will be assisting BCDC to process and review applications for eligibility.) All applications will be reviewed; however, only the most qualified candidates will be interviewed. Therefore, to apply, please send your resume and Application Form #678 (indicate GIS Intern position in the Job Title section on the application form.) to: Human Resources Office California Coastal Commission 45 Fremont Street, Suite 1930 San Francisco, CA 94105-2219 The Application Form #678 is available on the internet at: http://exams.spb.ca.gov/capprd.htm If you should have questions regarding the application procedure, please contact Sharon Louie, BCDC Human Resources Liaison (415) 352-3638 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about this position please contact Tim Doherty, (415) 352-3667 or email@example.com. For more information about the Commission go to www.bcdc.ca.gov An equal employment employer to all persons without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age or sexual orientation. It is the objective of the State of California to achieve a drug-free work place. Any applicant for state employment will be expected to behave in accordance with this objective because the use of illegal drugs is inconsistent with state law, civil service rules and the special trust place in public servants.