Internship opportunity available with the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District’s Mobile Source Section. Position designed to provide experience with project management, challenging assignments, and leadership training. Will assist with development, implementation, and analysis of Our Community CarShare Sacramento program.
Assist staff with Our Community CarShare Sacramento program oversight including the development and review of surveys, writing, editing and formatting various documentations such as proposals, presentations, articles, brochures, requests for proposals and contracts. Provide support with public outreach activities in the community and program website. Conduct site visits to encourage community engagement in low-income disadvantage communities. Provide support for program development and expansion. Responsible for maintaining program information, marketing materials, and business data.
Have a declared major in natural sciences, social sciences, interdisciplinary studies, environmental studies or possess the necessary knowledge and experience to successfully understand and perform the job duties. Strong writing, editing and document design skills. Strong research, analytical, oral and written communication skills Organized, detail-oriented with attention to quality, ability to multi-task with strong time management skills and ability to work independently. The applicant should be proficient in the Microsoft Office Suite including Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Experience in working with Disadvantage Communities and Multi-lingual is a plus. Must possess a valid Class C California Driver's License and have a good driving record.
Preferred Summer Hours: 25 - 35 hours per week
Preferred Hours During School Year: average 15-20 hours per week
Internal Number: 1829
About Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District
ABOUT THE DISTRICT
The Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (District) works with local, state and federal government agencies, the business community, and private citizens to achieve and maintain healthy air quality for Sacramento County. The District has a solid financial base and a stable and effective staff. There are four divisions:
Administrative Services — provides the full range of administrative support and fiscal oversight of District programs including budget, accounting, information technology, human resources, asset management and procurement.
COLUMS — is responsible for communications, transportation and land use review, and mobile sources vehicle and engine technology review and development.
Program Coordination — is responsible for coordinating all clean air planning duties which includes planning and emissions inventory; technical services which includes air monitoring, and emission reduction credit bank, and rule development.
Stationary Sources — processes permits, and ensures compliance with District rules, regulations and permit conditions.
The District is governed by a fourteen-member Board of Directors comprised of the member...s of the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, four members of the Sacramento City Council, and one member representing the cities of Folsom, Rancho Cordova, Elk Grove, Citrus Heights and Isleton/Galt.