Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP), Bureau of Air Quality is
pleased to announce the position of Meteorological Intern for this upcoming
summer, the Summer of 2010. The meteorologists at the PA DEP
forecast for air quality, including ozone and fine particulates (PM-2.5), for
the entire Commonwealth in addition to support data analysis projects of air
quality related data gathered from monitoring locations throughout the
Commonwealth. For more information, go to http://www.ahs2.dep.state.pa.us/aq_apps/aqpartners/default.asp.
We are currently
seeking a student with standing in the field of meteorology. Forecasting
experience is highly recommended. No air quality experience is required
but is a plus. Qualified candidates should be working toward their
Bachelor of Science in meteorology and should have good general computer
application skills and experience using the various forecast computer
models. Strong written communication skills are highly recommended as
This internship is a
paid internship with at least a $11 per hour rate. One thing to keep in
mind when filling out the application online... this position is based in
Dauphin County in the city of Harrisburg. So the appropriate Dauphin
County code should be filled in the "Enter the county codes you are willing to
work" section of the application.
Once you have
completed the application and finished the 6-step
process outlined at the website above, your information will be forwarded to our
Human Resources office. At that time, we will be forwarded the list and
then will contact you. Please disregard the date saying you have to
have summer internship applications submitted by March 1st.
Since we want to give you ample time of notice of
acceptance prior to finals, you will only have a two week window to
signup. Please complete the 6-step application process by Friday, April 2, 2010.
In addition, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to let
me know that you applied for the position and if
you have any further questions about this
We look forward to
hearing from you.
Sean Nolan | Meteorologist
PA Department of Environmental
Rachel Carson State Office Building
400 Market Street | Harrisburg, PA
Phone: 717.787.1454 | Fax: 717.772.2303