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The O‘ahu Army Natural Resources Program (OANRP) is pleased to offer paid internship positions ($14.10 per hour) starting in June 2018. The internship program will run from June 4-August 23, 2018 Two types of paid summer internships will be offered:
•Field Crew Internships•Horticulture and Rare Plant Propagation Internships

Time Commitment
Field Crew •12 weeks, from June 4– August 23, 2018•40 hours/week•10-hour workdays (Monday-Thursday 7:00a.m. – 5:30 p.m.)•Some overnight camping for up to four (4) consecutive days
Horticulture and Rare Plant Propagation •12 weeks, from June 4– August 23, 2018•40 hours/week•10-hour workdays (Monday-Thursday 7:00 a.m. –5:30 p.m.)
Field Crew Typical Work Demands
•Hiking up to ten (10) miles per day alongsteep, rugged terrain through thick brush
•Working/camping in remote forest areasunder inclement weather conditions
•Regular helicopter transport to remote areas(applicant will ALWAYS be escorted on andoff helicopter by a certified helicopter crewmember)

Horticulture and Rare Plant Propagation Typical Work Demands
•Working in two (2) rare plant nurseries
•Bending, stooping, crouching, standing for longperiods and lifting up to 50 pounds
Examples of Internship Duties •Invasive weed control (will include the use of herbicide)•Rare plant re-introduction and monitoring•Ungulate and rodent monitoring and control•Fence maintenance
•Assisting in the propagation and maintenance ofnative Hawaiian plants, including rare, threatenedand endangered species
•Performing routine greenhouse maintenance and repairs
•Helping to manage plant pathogens and insectpests (will include the use of pesticides)
•Conducting weed and rat abatement activities
•Helping to keep accurate nursery records

Intern Will Report to Work at OANRP office at 413 O‘ahu St, Schofield Barracks, HI*
Intern Will Provide: •Transportation to and from OANRP office at Schofield Barracks*
•Food and lodging
•$14.10 per hour
*Interns will receive a temporary gate pass in order to enter the U.S. Army installation at Schofield Barracks for the duration of the internship.


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