The selected candidate will have opportunities to participate in a variety of research efforts, including:
Candidates must have extensive experience in conducting experimental field studies, analyzing large datasets, statistical and numerical analysis, and knowledge of air quality and exposure modeling, and source apportionment tools. Strong knowledge and direct working experience with air pollution monitoring instrumentation is also desirable.
The Section is responsible for a variety of innovative research efforts, including large-scale experimental field studies using state-of-the-art tools like ARB’s state-of-the-art mobile measurement platforms, high fidelity air pollution and GHG research analyzers, and portable and low-cost air quality sensors to study real-world emission and exposure impacts of various emission sources. Some key projects include the California Statewide Methane Survey, emission flux estimation and inventory evaluation studies for local and regional GHG emission sources, personal exposure studies in commute modes and other microenvironments, community-level air pollution exposure studies with mobile and saturation monitors, and real-world on-road emission estimation from California freeways and other fleets. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to advise the agency on the impacts of adopted rules, prioritize source sectors for research and air pollution mitigating efforts, publish and present research findings at scientific venues, and build strategic research partnerships with national and international stakeholders. Some travel may be required.
The City and County of San Francisco is seeking student interns for various engineering and architecture disciplines, to provide support to in-house Engineering · Architecture · Landscape Architecture · Planning · Surveying · GIS · IT staff. The City Departments that employ interns are the Airport Commission (SFO), Department of Building Inspection (DBI), Department of Technology (DT), Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA), Port of San Francisco (Port), San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), Public Works, and Recreation and Park Department (RPD). Interns will gain on-the-job experience under the guidance of experienced professional engineers, architects, planners and surveyors. Interns will participate in various activities in the respective City Departments.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the level of Assistant Professor, in Smart City Transportation Systems.
We seek an innovative scholar and colleague to join a new Departmental Smart Cities Initiative. Applicants are sought who can demonstrate accomplishment and outstanding research and teaching potential relating to the development of transformational mobility systems, as a foundation for Smart Cities of the future. We particularly seek applicants in the areas of Automated, Shared and Connected Mobility Systems, and Big Data and New Urban Mobility Analytics Paradigms, for the movement of people or goods. Applicants should have an interest in interdisciplinary transportation research and in building collaborations with colleagues across other disciplines in the Department, School, and campus, as well as in the public and private sectors. The successful applicant will benefit from the new UCI Transformational Mobility Living Laboratory (TML2), led by the Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS) at UCI. TML2 is a unique partnership between some of the nation’s most accomplished researchers in transportation at UCI (from fields such as engineering, computer science, economics, urban planning, law and public health), and visionary practitioners and stakeholders in the public and private sectors.
Mori Consulting is looking for a Structural Engineering Intern to work on a major commercial project in the Oakland, CA area. It is a 3 to 4 month temporary position working onsite. We would like to have a senior or graduate student. The position is available immediately. The intern will be working with the construction management team assisting them in all structural steel issues. Hourly salary is open but will be a minimum of $20/hour. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to apply for the position.
This summer internship program is scheduled to run for eight (8) weeks beginning on June 18, 2018 and ending on August 10, 2018. All candidates selected must be able to attend the entire program.
Candidates will be selected from one or more of the following majors:
• Civil Engineering
• Construction Management
• Computer Engineering
• Computer Science
• Electronic Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Mechatronic Engineering
• Structural Engineering
• Systems & Control Engineering
The American Public Works Association (APWA) Northern California Chapter is sponsoring an internship program to provide career opportunities for future leaders in the public works industry. The summer of 2018 will mark the inaugural edition of APWA Norcal’s internship program. Paid internship opportunities will be available through this program from a variety of employers including public agencies and leading firms in the private sector. Benefits of participation in this internship program include:
• Hands on experience working with leading professionals in the public works industry
• Practical application of your education
• Networking with industry professionals
• Potential future employment opportunity
• Student membership with APWA
To participate in this program, please complete the enclosed internship application form along with all other required supporting documents and submit them via email to William Lai, Assistant Civil Engineer, at William.Lai@dublin.ca.gov by March 2nd, 2018. For questions or to obtain more information, please contact Mr. Lai at 925-833-6630 or at the above referenced email address. Selected applicants will be invited to participate in a “speed dating” style interview fair with potential employers. The interview fair is tentatively scheduled for March of 2018.
Rieser Building Group, Inc. is looking for civil engineering interns for their company. The interns will only work on civil engineering projects that include bidding, cost estimation, home design, structural design, traffic, transportation and forensic analysis. It is a great opportunity. The potential candidates only need to bring a resume to receive an interview. The hours are very flexible . Please ask for Mark or call at 408 386-0721. Attached is the flyer.
The Advocacy Project (AP) is looking for graduate students with a passion for social justice to
Fellows will help host organizations to publicize their work; support a pilot project
Principle Power Inc is looking for a Structural Engineer (marine/hull structural engineering) to join its team and help design the next generation of its floating platforms for wind turbines: the WindFloat. The candidate will be part of PPI's team of structural engineers, and will work toward commercialization of the WindFloat. The structural group splits its focus between current designs, for specific site conditions, and R&D to optimize the performance, fabrication and ultimately the cost of the WindFloats in future projects. Design tasks for current projects includes preliminary sizing of steel structures, strength, buckling and fatigue analysis and detailing of the structures. During design, engineers interface with designers to produce packages of drawings for certification and fabrication. Structural engineers follow closely the fabrication planning and execution phases to provide support as necessary.
Since 1919, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants has provided engineering, scientific, and construction solutions to municipal agencies, businesses, and industrial facilities. With offices serving clients throughout the United States, we provide consulting services nationwide.
As a Staff Engineer, you will be a member of a project team and provide technical support on challenging projects that may include design, technical studies, program development, permitting, modeling, field sampling, or construction management. Your work will support project teams providing solutions for water and wastewater issues that our water environment and industrial sector clients are facing. Some travel to project sites and other Kennedy/Jenks offices may be necessary.
What you'll need:
As an employee-owned firm, Kennedy/Jenks offers a unique company culture with a corporate commitment to a maintaining a positive work/life experience. Kennedy/Jenks Consultants provides excellent compensation and comprehensive benefits packages, including career advancement and training opportunities, profit sharing, and excellent health, dental, and life insurance.
Terra-Petra is looking for Quality Vapor Barrier Inspectors to join our team in the San Francisco area. These are part-time entry level positions, and offers great flexibility to accommodate for demanding school and study schedules. Positions start out as part-time and can transitions into full-time work. On the job training/certification will be provided for all entry level inspectors.
This is a great opportunity for a student to gain real world experience by providing engineering support to our team of environmental engineering professionals. We are seeking a motivated and achievement oriented individual looking to gain practical hands-on experience outside of the classroom.