Interdisciplinary Position -- Student Career Experience Program

Bureau of Reclamation
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Jun 12 2009


Announcement No.: BR-MP-2009-160(SCEP)(LL)
Position: Student Career Experience Program
Interdisciplinary Position
Student Trainee (Engineering), GS-0899-04/05/07
Student Trainee (Natural Resources), GS-0499-04/05/07

Applications will be accepted from June 1 – June 12, 2009

 U.S. Citizenship is required.
 Permanent Entry Level Position in Grade GS-04, GS-05 or GS-07.
 Entry Level Salary (Engineering Discipline): GS-04: $14.07 ph GS-05: $16.84 ph GS-07: $20.85 ph
 Entry Level Salary (Natural Resources Discipline): GS-04: $14.07 ph GS-05: $15.74 ph GS-07: $19.49 ph

Applications will be accepted from: Current engineering, natural resources, agriculture, or biological science students pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree are encouraged to apply.

Brief Description of the Program: The Student Career Employment Program offers you the opportunity to blend your academic studies and Federal work experience into a planned progressive educational program. The work
assignments will be related to your field of study. The level of work you perform and the amount of responsibility you have will depend upon how far advanced you are in your formal classroom studies. You may work either full-time or part-time as long as the work does not interfere with your school schedule. Upon graduation and completion of the required work experience periods (prior to graduation) you may be eligible for conversion into a permanent position without further competition.

San Joaquin River Restoration Program: The San Joaquin River Restoration Program (SJRRP) is a comprehensive long-term effort to restore flows to the San Joaquin River from Friant Dam to the confluence of Merced River. The goals of the SJRRP include restoring a self-sustaining Chinook salmon fishery in the river while reducing or avoiding adverse water supply impacts. This position is located in the SJRRP Office of the Regional Office of the Bureau of Reclamation in Sacramento, California. The incumbent will assist in technical analysis and project management under the direction of Program Staff.

For more information, see the attached announcement.

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