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2023 Summer Internships – Engineering & Survey Technicians (Moore)

We are elated to announce that Moore Engineering is looking for ambitious college students to join us for a summer internship! 

This year, we are offering two internship positions for students studying Civil Engineering, Engineering Technology, or Land Surveying. As an intern, you won’t be doing coffee runs. You’ll learn from the best by working alongside the region’s top engineers and survey experts.

Summer internships often transition into full-time engineering positions. Many of our engineerings started their career as interns and have stayed with Moore Engineering for decades. ‘

As an engineering student at NDSU, Kurt Lysne worked as an intern for two consecutive summers in 2004 and 2005. In 2022, Kurt surpassed 16 years with Moore as part of our Water Resources division. Continue reading Kurt’s story.

Survey Technician – Summer 2023 Internship

Location: West Fargo, ND

As a survey technician intern, you’ll work alongside a Survey Crew Chief or Land Surveyor while performing land surveying services for construction, topographic, right of way, and control survey projects.

You will be responsible for operating all instruments required for collecting survey data and transmitting the data into organized digital files. Manual labor and the ability to work long hours during our busy summer months are required. 

Applicants must possess a high school diploma or GED and be pursuing a degree in the Civil Engineering, or land surveying field. 

Please review the Survey Technician job application for a complete list of responsibilities and requirements.

Engineering Technician – Summer 2023 Internship

Location: Fergus Falls, MN

The 2023 engineering technician internship is open to all college students pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering or Engineering Technology.

You’ll be working on-site and hands-on next to our team of engineers. You will put your academic training to the test by applying your knowledge of the standard specifications for sewer, water, and road construction to real-world projects. 

Engineers must frequently interface with clients and community residents while creating detailed written progress reports. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required. 

You must have the ability to read and interpret construction plans, perform manual labor, and work long hours outdoors during the summer months. 

Please review the Engineering Technician job application for a complete list of responsibilities and requirements.

About Moore Engineering

Moore Engineering has remained committed to its mission of improving lives by building strong communities since its founding in 1960. For decades, we’ve proudly served thousands of public and private clients in communities across the region. Moore’s world-class team of engineers, scientists, and specialists has successfully completed thousands of projects, supporting the civil, environmental, transportation, and water infrastructure we all rely on.

Throughout the region, every employee owner is guided by our shared values of respect, integrity, accountability, loyalty, and kindness. As a 100% employee-owned ESOP company, we are each uniquely invested in the results we deliver for the clients and communities we serve.

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