Historic and Cultural Resources Interns, Washington State Department of Enterprise Services (Olympia, WA)
Contributed By: Jennifer McWaid
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**This recruitment will be used to fill two (2) part-time, non-permanent positions that will run from May/June – August/September 2022. Work schedule and hours are flexible and will be as agreed upon by the supervisor and employee. These positions are not eligible for medical, vision or dental benefits.**
Who we are:
The Department of Enterprise Services' (DES) mission is "strengthening the business of government." DES does this through its vision of delivering high-quality, cost-effective support services, policy and governance to state government and other public entities so they can focus on their core missions. DES’s goals are to offer expertise in facilities & capitol grounds management, acquisitions, training & support, and various shared services. We relentlessly pursue our strategic drivers: satisfied customers, a healthy team culture and a financially healthy organization. We value Respect, Integrity, Excellence, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. We seek new team members who share our commitment to be an equity-driven and antiracist organization. We listen to customers and team members to understand what they need and expect. We promote creativity, learning and improvement to meet those needs and adapt to the ever-changing business environment. We measure our results and seek feedback to improve our performance.
Who we are looking for:
Within DES, the Facility Professional Services division performs the integral role of ensuring quality services and long-term stewardship of the capitol campus and DES managed properties.
The division is seeking two Historic and Cultural Resources Interns. In this role, you may be called upon to perform administrative duties; assist with interpreting and compliance with applicable laws, regulations, standards and guidelines associated with historic preservation and cultural resource protection; perform field work; inspect and establish a database or inventory of the historic and cultural collections, artifacts and other assets of the state capital campus; and other duties as assigned.
Why you should join us:
These positions will provide the opportunity to gain valuable experience in the practical application of historic preservation and cultural resource management. This unique opportunity will also provide valuable networking possibilities and the opportunity to work on the beautiful, historic Capitol Campus.
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