• February 10, 2022

    SDOT Internship Opportunity: Project Design and Delivery / Engineering

    The Seattle Department of Transportation’s (SDOT) Project Development Division is seeking an undergraduate or graduate student engineer to work in its Project Design and Delivery Group. The intern will provide assistance and support to staff in the delivery of the various projects and will be trained by a Design and Delivery lead on how to create crew-level designs on CAD and compose detailed Work Orders outlining project delivery instructions. In addition, partnership and mentorship will be available by other existing interns.

    Required Qualifications:

    • Experience using AutoCAD
    • Experience using Microsoft Office (intermediate experience with Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint) 
    • Light survey and field inspection experience with ability to learn quickly (Level, measurement, photo inventory)
    • Strong analytical, organization, and communication skills
    • Basic knowledge of transportation systems and facilities
    • Washington State Driver’s License required

    Desired Qualifications:

    • Survey experience (use of total stations, rod, level)
    • Solid skills with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) 

    Start/End Dates: Late March/Early April 2022 – May 31, 2023 (possibility of extension)

    Schedule: Intern will work 20 hours/weeks while school is in session. 40 hours/week during school breaks. Work hours can be scheduled between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.

    Salary: Engineering students will be paid $23.14 – 26.05 according to class-standing (undergraduate/graduate students)

    Apply here.