Jobs & Internships

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Senior Clean Energy Specialist/Planner OR Clean Energy Specialist/Planner II
Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) (Posted on 8/21/2019)

The Metropolitan Area Planning Council seeks a Senior Clean Energy Specialist/Planner OR Clean Energy Specialist/Planner II, who will work on a wide variety of projects in Greater Boston, including undertaking comprehensive local energy and climate planning, technical assistance, and regional procurements; developing and analyzing energy use and greenhouse gas emissions data; designing, drafting, and evaluating energy- and climate-related policies and programs; and presenting on these topics to diverse audiences. The Specialist/Planner will have the opportunity to manage programs, procurements, budgets, and stakeholder relationships, such as MAPC's groundbreaking green municipal aggregation program.

More information.

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Student Conservation Association
The National Park Service Midwest Regional Office (Posted on 6/6/2019)

The National Park Service Midwest Regional Office (MWRO) is beginning a search for a suitable candidate to fill a 5 month (possibly renewable) Student Conservation Association (SCA) internship. The internship will focus on verifying, collecting, and preparing  data on Midwest Region cultural landscapes and historic structures.  
 
A suitable candidate would have a bachelors degree or equivalent experience in Landscape Architecture, Historic Preservation, Historic Architecture, or similar career field, with a particular interest in the documentation and preservation of cultural landscapes and historic structures.  The internship is based out of the Midwest Regional Office in Omaha Nebraska and involves research, writing, limited field work, data collection, entry, and management.  SCA compensation includes a living, housing, and transportation stipend.  The start date is negotiable, but could be as soon as July 2019 with required and approved security clearances.
 
MWRO would like to hear from anyone potentially interested in the internship.  Please contact Roberta Young, MWR LCS/CLI Coordinator at roberta_young@nps.gov to indicate your interest.
 

National Park Service
909 First Avenue
Suite 500
Seattle, WA 98104
206-220-4132
 

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Junior Landscape Architect
The New York State Department of Transportation (Deadline on 07/03/2019)

To All Schools with Landscape Architecture Programs:
 
The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) will be filling a Junior Landscape Architect position in our Hauppauge, Long Island office, applications are due by July 3rd, 2019
 
We respectfully request that you forward this email and the attachment to your recent and upcoming Landscape Architecture graduates for their consideration.

More information can be found in this brochure

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Landscape Architect/Designer
ZEN Associates, Inc. (Posted 2/3/2020)
ZEN Associates, Inc. is a Design + Build firm providing landscape architecture, interior design, and construction services, since 1980. We have offices in the Boston and Washington DC metro areas with a staff of over 60 people passionate about what we do. 
This position will support our Landscape Architecture practice by providing site planning, urban and landscape design, and graphic and technical production.  Project experiences will be diverse, as we provide services to both the public and private sectors.  Projects include residential estates, urban gardens, rooftop gardens and commercial premises throughout the Northeast seaboard for a variety of great clients.
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Internship Opportunity
National Park Service's Olmsted Center (Posted 2/13/2020)

I'm writing to share exciting internship opportunities with the National

Park Service's Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation in Boston.

Information about the 2020 internships, including how to apply, is

available on the Olmsted Center's website [1] and on Handshake [2].

 

In addition to numerous training and field trip opportunities, all of

our interns will spend a week in Acadia National Park in June for a

behind-the-scenes look at public land management and a landscape

architecture field school.  For more information about the Olmsted

Center internship experience please see our Designing the Parks

Internship Blog [3].

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