San Diego Regional Water/Wastewater Intern
As a Water/Wastewater intern, you’ll gain valuable skills and learn how to:
- Handle simple maintenance and operational tasks;
- Work together with team members to problem solve and learn methods for diagnosing and correcting malfunctions;
- Maintain safe and clean working conditions and minimize exposure to hazards by using appropriate personal protective equipment for the job; and
- Use hand tools, basic machinery, and other industry devices.
Candidates selected to participate in the 33-week internship program will work at different water and wastewater agencies in the San Diego region, gaining valuable experience rotating through four different modules:
- System Operations
- System Maintenance
- Water Treatment
- Wastewater Treatment
Education/Job Knowledge: Applicants must be enrolled in either Cuyamaca Community College’s Water and Wastewater Technology Program, Palomar Community College’s Water and Wastewater Technology Education vocational program, or other similar water/wastewater technical or college program at the time the internship year begins. Candidates must be enrolled in one water and/or wastewater class per semester during the duration of the 33-week internship program.
Working Hours: Working hours for the Regional Intern Program fall between Monday and Friday and can range from 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with a minimum of 16 hours per week to a maximum of 27 hours per week.
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