Fleet Services Student Intern 9039 (Brooksville) and 9044 (Tampa)
Work for Our Water Resources.
Help protect one of Florida’s most vital resources — water — with a career at the Southwest Florida
Water Management District (District).
The District is a government agency whose mission is to protect water resources, minimize flood risks, and ensure the public’s water needs are met. We serve a population of nearly 6 million people in west-central Florida as directed by state law.
Join our General Services Bureau.
This is your chance to keep Southwest Florida Water Management District humming along with seamless precision. Using a customer-driven team approach, our General Services Bureau performs the important work behind the scenes that keeps our entire organization operating smoothly as we manage the water supply and protect our water quality. You will be provided with an opportunity to gain experience in areas such as repairs to District vehicles and equipment. Other tasks may include ordering and tracking of parts/supplies needed for different projects, completing paperwork/tracking of repairs, and cleaning parts, tools, and shop equipment. In joining our team, you’ll play an important role in enhancing the results to ensure a brighter future for the environment of Florida.
For helping to maintain our valuable water resources as a student, we offer:
- Training and Development: Having a successful career takes more than technical training. The District helps our staff develop additional skill sets, such as emotional intelligence, time management, customer service, conflict resolution, communications and more. As an intern, you are eligible to attend these on-site trainings.
- Employee Assistance Program: Provides confidential assistance and support in a wide variety of areas important to an employee’s well-being, including but not limited to work and life balance, stress management, coping with family issues, financial advice, legal and workplace problems, addictions, student loan assistance and any other personal issues adversely affecting quality of life.
- Wellness Program: Your Health Matters is designed to encourage employees to engage in healthier lifestyle behaviors through the achievement of health and fitness goals. The program includes classes on health and fitness topics, District campus walking routes, a fitness challenge, tobacco-cessation resources, an ergonomics program, discount programs, incentives, and other resources. Participation in wellness program activities is voluntary.
Compensation: $12.99 hourly
- Assist in the Tampa or Brooksville Fleet shops with repairs to District vehicles and equipment.
- Other tasks may include ordering and tracking of parts/supplies needed for different projects, completing paperwork/tracking of repairs, and cleaning parts, tools, and shop equipment.
Must have ability to lift and carry 30 pounds while walking. May be required to occasionally lift up to 50 pounds. May be exposed to extremely hot, humid weather conditions, mosquitoes and other pests. May be exposed to materials that are classified as hazardous, VOC products with the use of specialized PPE equipment. May be exposed to elements including sun and rain during entire work period. Must be able to bend, squat and climb on a regular basis. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Required Credentials for Fleet Services Student Intern Opportunity
- Be at least part-time and currently enrolled in High School, an accredited college, university, or other recognized educational or vocational program
- Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 for undergraduate students or minimum GPA of 3.0 for graduate students
- Upload Unofficial Transcript to application or profile
- Valid driver’s license
Preferred Credentials for Fleet Services Student Intern Opportunity
- Understanding of automotive reports
The District will determine eligibility for employment solely from the information provided on a District employment application. All applicants are required to complete, in full, a District employment application. Any application that is not complete will not receive consideration for the position. A resume will not be considered as a substitute for the information requested on the application for purposes of qualification.
This position is typically scheduled to work no more than 25 hours per week out of the Brooksville and Tampa, Florida offices.
Yes. Some travel, using District vehicle, within District's coverage area.
Accepting applications until positions are filled.
Managing the water resources for west-central Florida, our district includes approximately 10,000 square miles of territory spanning 16 counties and serving more than 5 million residents. Established in 1961 as a flood-protection agency, our objective is to meet the needs of current and future water users, protect and preserve our water resources, manage the water supply, protect water quality, and preserve water-related functions.
The District prides itself on providing a positive work flexible environment that engages and supports our employees. This could be the opportunity of a lifetime. Click on the link to apply and put yourself to work for our water resources.