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🔗Dry Tortugas Tern Study Archives Intern – 960 hours

  • Internship
  • NCPE Internship
  • Homestead, FL
  • 17.00 USD / Hour
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: Everglades National Park-South Florida Collections Management Center
  • Job Reference #: 4024a
  • Job Qualifications:

    Experience or education in archival methodologies, ethics, and techniques. Good attention to detail, ability to learn how to navigate a collections management database, strong communication skills, and interest in learning about Dry Tortugas National Park and/or migratory birds.

  • How to Apply:

    Click on the application button at this listing and follow the instructions to apply online.

  • Job benefits: Paid Time Off (PTO); $500/Mo Housing Stipend
  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: Ability to lift 40 lbs. Archival work is largely sedentary and is performed in an office environment.
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Website National Park Service/NCPE Internship Program

Intern will process, arrange and catalog archival records associated with the Dry Tortugas National Park Sooty Tern Study, a continuous ornithological tracking and monitoring study initiated in the 1960s. Intern’s daily work will be supported by a South Florida Collections Management Center archivist and/or the SFCMC curator. Intern will use professional archival standards and techniques to ensure collections are cataloged into the Interior Collections Management System (ICMS) and preserved in line with National Park Service standards. Intern will participate in park orientation, training, and will collaborate with SFCMC team members on a regular basis. Office location is within Everglades National Park near Homestead, Florida. Personal vehicle is required.

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