New York State Local Technical Assistance Program

2021 Pavement Management Summer Intern Position

Job Qualifications

Qualifications: College student with an interest in road and highway maintenance and management. DRIVER'S LICENSE IS REQUIRED.

Student Interns
Students not recruited directly by the municipality need to submit a resume to Geoff Scott, P.E., Technical Assistance Engineer with the Cornell Local Roads Program at Interviews will be held through the Cornell Engineering Career Services in March 2021 or directly by CLRP. The Cornell Local Roads Program will match up students and municipalities as soon as possible after interviews.

Job Description

ROAD SURFACE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INTERNS (1 Position Per Agency): Students perform the following activities during the summer:

After implementing CAMP-RS, students may do other work as needed, possibly including:

As a municipal employee, hours are same as hours of any other summer employee in the department, whether the agency works a five-day or four-day work week during the summer. Training is provided over three-days on June 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. 1-1/2 days are with the municipal employee and the student together, who are taught about pavement management systems and CAMP-RS in particular. Municipal employees and students work together to survey real roads, input data into CAMP-RS, and generate reports.

Program administrators will make a minimum of two field visits to help students overcome any difficulties specific to the municipality, ensure surveys and reports are created in the proper manner, and to help the public works agency understand that information. In addition, staff will be available to students for phone consultation and by email as needed. Staff also provides necessary computer support & project advice to enable interns and employees to complete CAMP-RS successfully.

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