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Reclamation advertises all its opportunities on USA Jobs. The following jobs are listed as information only. To see the current positions, please go to www.usajobs.gov, search on Bureau of Reclamation and then filter the work type for Recent Graduates or Interns in left hand navigation.

Recent Graduates

    No Recent Graduate positions currently available.


    • Student Trainee (Business and Industry)

      Opening: 5/22/2018
      Closing: 6/06/2018
      Salary Range: $15.48 to $20.12 per hour
      Promotion Potential: GS 04-07
      Work Schedule: Part-Time - Full-time/Part-Time. May work during the summer.

      As a student trainee, performs basic developmental assignments providing support and assistance in the procurement field. Reviews various procurement instruments and supporting documents for final processing and distribution. Processes letters for grants/contracting officers' signature. Reviews and processes complex modifications for various types of contracts. Uses a personal computer to prepare and type correspondence.Learn More →

    • Student Trainee (Information Technology Management)

      Opening: 5/21/2018
      Closing: 6/05/2018
      Salary Range: $29,847 to $38,798 per year
      Promotion Potential: GS 04-11
      Work Schedule: Part-Time - PART TIME (20-30 hours per week), may vary to fit school schedule. May work FULL TIME during breaks.
      Location: 1 vacancy in Yakima, WA

      Assisting with hardware installation, setup, utilization, and software support. Setting up and maintaining personal computers, troubleshooting problems, and assisting with user training of operating systems and software packages. Assisting with preventative maintenance and back-up of personal computers and other network equipment. May travel to outlying and remote locations for personal computer and network maintenance.Learn More →

    • Student Trainee (Engineering)

      Opening: 5/21/2018
      Closing: 6/8/2018
      Promotion Potential: GS 04
      Work Schedule: Part-Time - Full time/Part time
      Location: 1 vacancy in Klamath Falls, OR

      Performs a variety of routine duties in support of professional engineers and engineering technicians. Receives concentrated and intensive on‑the‑job training related to office and fieldwork in connection with the procedures or processes related to the mission of the organization. Applies practical engineering methods, practices, techniques and procedures while performing the following, or similar tasks. Duties will focus on the electrical engineering discipline. Extracts data from a variety of prescribed but non-standardized sources, including maps, lists, and computer files. Performs a variety of routine engineering calculations; prepares simple engineering drawings, and collects and computes data. Processes data with commonly used computer software such as spreadsheets, databases, and word processing programs. Uses various forms of computer hardware and software to accomplish the assigned tasks. Computer applications include computer aided design and drafting (CADD) systems.Learn More →

    • Student Trainee (Financial Specialist)

      Opening: 5/16/2018
      Closing: 5/29/2018
      Promotion Potential: GS 04-11
      Work Schedule: Part-Time - These are Full Time OR Part Time Positions.
      Location: FEW vacancies in Salt Lake City, UT

      Under the close direction of the supervisor, mentor, or higher-graded employee, the student performs, assists in, and continues to learn about specialized financial support work. Job assignments are designed to orient and train the student in the application of financial support work. As such, assignments may include all or portions of the following: Develop, analyze, and monitor assigned projects/programs during the formulation and execution process of long-range detailed budgets. Assist in responding to Congressional, Departmental, or Reclamation data calls/requests. Assist in coordinating and compiling the Upper Colorado Region Budget Review Committee (BRC) Notebook and Statement of Project Construction Cost and Repayment reports. Researches and investigates problems or errors and reconciles assigned accounts to resolve errors or discrepancies within established technical accounting principles, practices and procedures. Assists in processing accounting transactions. Develops, prepares, and delivers effective analysis, accurate information, and feedback to customers or management by way of reports and presentations. Provides assistance and information to operating offices regarding cost coding and preparation of accounting documents. Prepares and/or assists in preparation of recurring and special reports.Learn More →

Last Updated: May 25, 2018