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Friday, October 1, 2010

Student Trainee Opportunities

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is recruiting students to participate in our Student Temporary Experience Program starting in the summer of 2011

Salary: $9.74 to $13.41 per hour depending on qualifications.

We plan to fill positions in the Soil Conservation, Soil Science, and Engineering series. The positions are available in multiple locations across the State.

This program will allow students that are selected to receive on-the-job training while attending an accredited college or university. Participants are expected to work full-time during summer vacation periods each summer until graduation.

Applications must include: (1) resume (include farm or ranch work experience even if wages were not received); (2) copy of current college transcript; (3) a list of courses in which currently enrolled, those planned for the Spring Semester of 2011, and your expected graduation date; and (4) DD-214 if claiming veteran preference. Be sure to include phone number(s) where you can be reached, your permanent residence address, and a current email address. We plan to notify applicants of selection or non-selection by the end of February 2011. Open to U.S. Citizens Only

Students will be assigned to work at priority training locations throughout the State.

Applications must be received at the following Address by November 5, 2010.

Human Recources USDA-NRCS
Room 3416, Federal Building
700 West Capitol Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201

Call Alicia Wyles (501) 301-3180 for more information.



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