Project Intern

Company Name: Arizona Pipeline CO.

Website: http://www.arizonapipeline.com/
Title: Project Intern
Location: Carson City, NV
Description: 

Employee is responsible for creating detailed technical drawings using Autocad or other programs specified by APL; per field maintenance sketches or other means identifying pipeline installation/abandonment per customer specifications and requirements. Training to be provided in house and per our customer.

Responsibilities:

· Collect data from Superintendents/Foremen and incorporate this information into technical drawings per customer specifications and requirements.

· Perform basic Microsoft functions in excel and word

· Preparation of standard reports including editing and verifying as needed or directed

· Professional interactions with SWGas representatives

· Special projects as assigned by management

Minimum Qualifications: 

· Strong attention to detail, the ability to manage multiple tasks and identify deviations from protocol.

· Experience in Autocad preferred

· Must be able to accomplish all assignments timely, error-free, and against deadlines; diplomatic in interpersonal dealings; is professional and personable; a skilled communicator, both written and oral; and a team player.

· Strong computer proficiency, specifically in Microsoft Office Suite & Autocad

· Position requires moderate lifting up to 50lbs, moderate carrying up to 50lbs, pulling, bending, reaching above shoulder, grasping, walking, standing, sitting for long periods of time, twisting, kneeling, stooping, climbing stairs, operating office equipment

· Environmental conditions; indoor, occasional dust

· Must be able to work a minimum of a 40-hour week with additional time as required.

Desired Majors: Geography, Geology, Geophysics, Hydrogeology, Geological Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering

Position Type: Paid Internship

Hours per week:  20+
Salary & Benefits:  N/A

Application Process: 

To apply or for more information please contact:

Jim Talia

Arizona Pipeline

Carson City Division,General Superintendent jtalia@arizonapipeline.com

775-690-2199 Mobile 775-515-7017 ext.1702

Application Deadline: N/A

Potential Metallography Lab Manager Candidate

Company Name: Metcut Research Inc.

Website: www.metcut.com
Title: Potential Metallography Lab Manager Candidate
Location: N/A
Description: 
We’re currently seeking a Business and Technology leader for the Metallography Lab. As a Business Leader, we’re seeking an individual who can work with and through Metcut’s business development organization to grow the labs annual revenue from $1.2MM to $2.5MM over the next 5 to 7 years. As a Technology Leader, we’re seeking an individual who will be accountable for the building and managing customer relationships with our current customers as well as providing leadership to the Metallography and Central Coatings Lab staff. The Metallography Lab Manager will report to the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Paul Braun.
The MRI Metallography Lab today consists of four service areas, Central Coatings Lab (CCL), Failure Analysis, General Metallography, and Polymer Composite Acid Digestion. The CCL program provides companies worldwide with classroom instruction and hands-on training on the proper techniques to evaluate the quality of turbine engine coatings application. The CCL program also includes the management and execution of a round robin quality control system, and overview of vendor’s coating process control procedures. There are opportunities for growth in all four existing service areas as well as with new services.
Other MRI laboratories consist of a wide variety of commercial and internally developed servo-hydraulic and electro-mechanical test equipment to service customers with mechanical testing needs ranging from micro-specimens to large full-scale products. Typical production capacity is > 20K specimens per year. Laboratory services include support with test designs, protocols, and reporting.
In addition to the testing laboratories, overall operations include an engineering group to facilitate sales, customer contact, project updates, and data reporting. A large machining division supports specimen preparation and machining of fixtures and other required hardware.
Five core areas of competence for this position have been identified. They’re Leadership of People, Customer Relationship Management, Operational Leadership and Management and Operating Budget Planning and Management. Additional information about each area of competence follows.

Minimum Qualifications: 

We are focused on identifying a Business and Lab Leader who possesses
• 10 + years of experience in different Materials Science and Engineering roles.
• 5 + years’ experience in a microstructural lab or work environment.
• Engineering experience related to metallography testing.
• Familiarity with thermal spray coatings highly desirable.
• Demonstrated team management/leadership success.
• Experience with departmental operations, including budgets, work organization, & scheduling.
• Demonstrated experience building and managing customer and supplier relationships.
• Excellent communication skills including the ability to instruct others and develop & conduct training classes.
• Entrepreneurial spirit and a strong desire to be both the business and technical leader of the Metallography Lab.
• Passionate about quality and customer service including meeting deadlines and solving difficult technical requirements.
• Has expertise with quality improvement processes such as Kaizen or Six Sigma and their application in a lab production environment.
• Is highly proficient utilizing computer systems in a networked environment as well as expertise with Microsoft Office applications.
• MS in Materials Science & Engineering. PhD would be a plus

Desired Majors: Geological Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering

Position Type: Full-time Employment

Hours per week: 40+
Salary & Benefits:  N/A

Application Process: We’ve retained RCSN Executive Search, www.rcsnleaders.com, to lead and manage this project for Metcut. Mary Huelsman, Senior Search Consultant, RCSN will work with you should you decide you’re interested in being considered for the Metallography Lab Manager’s position. You should contact Mary directly at mary@rcsnleaders.com or call her at 513-513-1143.

Application Deadline: 5/31/2017

Assistant Hydrogeologist, Assistant Geologist

Company Name: WSP USA

Website: http://search0.smartsearchonline.com/pb/jobs/jobdetails.asp?reg=US&job_number=33790
Title:  Assistant Hydrogeologist, Assistant Geologist
Location:Reno, NV
Description:  

WSP USA (WSP) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Assistant Hydrogeologist to
support client projects at their Reno, Nevada office. To apply visit the following web address:
http://search0.smartsearchonline.com/pb/jobs/jobdetails.asp?reg=US&job_number=33790
The ideal candidate will have GIS and database skills and be able to perform basic geologic,
hydrogeologic and geochemical analysis such as creating ground water elevation contour maps
and cross-sections, analysis and interpretation of aquifer test results, analysis and interpretation
of geologic and geophysical maps and borehole logs, and analysis and interpretation of ground
water chemistry data. Practical experience of conducting aquifer tests such as slug tests,
constant discharge tests, and step drawdown tests is a plus.
The successful candidate must have a mature and professional approach to interactions with coworkers,
supervisors, and clients. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential
for this position.
Position responsibilities include:
 Developing a thorough knowledge of standard field sampling procedures for soil, rock,
sediments, surface water and ground water.
 Documenting and recording field data and observations in a clear and organized
manner, and prepare logs and other forms from the field notes.
 Becoming knowledgeable about drilling and sampling techniques used in unconsolidated
deposits and bedrock.
 Direction and oversight of the installation of groundwater monitoring wells,
piezometers, and groundwater production wells.
 Assisting in the field performance of aquifer tests and analysis of test data using
standard solution methods.
 Supervision and direction of contractors during field work.
 Coordination of field activities and schedules with property/facility owner/operators in a
clear, professional manner.
 Providing assistance in the analysis, evaluation, and interpretation of hydrologic,
hydrogeologic and chemical data obtained during field investigations.
 Demonstrating the ability to implement safe work practices in the field in accordance
with WSP, client, and government regulations
 Assisting project managers in subcontractor selection and management during field
investigation activities.
 Assisting in preparing project plans and technical reports of investigation and
remediation activities and providing analysis and interpretations of findings.
 Assist with office tasks such as equipment maintenance and inventory, report
production, figure and table preparation, and corporate programs.
 Developing a working knowledge and understanding of federal and state regulations
applicable to mining operations, environmental site investigation, and remediation
projects.

Minimum Qualifications: 

This position requires someone who is self-motivated to complete quality work safely and
according to schedule with minimal supervision. The position will be approximately 50% field
based and will periodically require work days up to 16 hours long in remote locations with
constant exposure to weather. Field assignments can vary from a few days up to several weeks
and weekend work will sometimes be required to meet client needs. The ability to lift up to 40
pounds is essential.
The candidate must have a Master of Science degree in hydrogeology or other earth science
with 0-3 years of relevant experience.
Other training and requirements include:
 Must authorized to work in the U.S.
 Valid US driver’s license
 Certifications desired: MSHA (Part 48) 24 hour Training, OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER
Training, CPR and First Aid Training, and other related environmental certifications.
 Sufficient coursework to sit for ASBOG professional geologist licensing exam and apply
for state licensure in western states such as Arizona, California, and Utah once enough
work experience is obtained (preferred).

Preferred qualifications: N/A

Desired Majors: Geology, Hydrogeology

Position Type: Full-time Employment

Hours per week: 40+
Salary & Benefits: N/A

Application Process: http://search0.smartsearchonline.com/pb/jobs/jobdetails.asp?reg=US&job_number=33790

Application Deadline: N/A

GIS Assistant III (Full-Time / Benefited / Hourly / Non-Exempt)

Company Name: CSU Chico Research Foundation

Website: csuchico.edu
Title:  GIS Assistant III (Full-Time / Benefited / Hourly / Non-Exempt)
Location: California Department of Fish and Wildlife office, Sacramento, CA
Description:  Working closely with GIS Analysts and Wildlife Biologists in a group setting, the
incumbent works on projects primarily focused on processing geospatial data for priority drought planning and response
for the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Examples of duties include support of GIS data development; processing
datasets for use and analysis in various projects; assisting project managers in scanning, data entry, and metadata
development; conducting quality control; maintaining detailed and complete documentation of the processes and
methodologies used in data development and analysis.

Minimum Qualifications: Enrollment in or completion of a Certificate or Degree program in GIS. Requires a
minimum of one year experience working in a GIS position or related fieldwork on GIS projects. Required knowledge,
skills and abilities include:
 Experience with ESRI ArcMap and Python;
 Familiarity with working on natural resource based projects and data;
 Use and maintenance of geospatial data development in a variety of formats;
 Strong organizational skills;
 Ability to communicate clearly, both verbal and in writing;
 Ability to function cooperatively and productively as a member of a unit;
 Ability to prioritize tasks and to solve problems;
 Willingness and ability to learn new technologies quickly.
The incumbent must be a self-learner who can solve problems with minimal supervision.

Preferred qualifications: N/A

Desired Majors: Geography

Position Type: Full-time Employment

Hours per week: 40+
Salary & Benefits: Starting wage: $15.82 per hour. Benefits include options for health, vision and/or dental
insurance; employer contributions to a 403(b) retirement plan (beginning year 2); employer-paid life and disability
insurance; and vacation, sick leave, and holidays. The employer is the CSU, Chico Research Foundation, a non-profit
corporation serving as an auxiliary organization of CSU, Chico. Employment is considered to be at-will.

Application Process: Applicants must submit a completed CSU, Chico Research Foundation application, cover letter,
current resume and three professional references. The application can be found on our website. Incomplete application
packets will not be accepted. Application review begins May 26, 2017. Applications received after May 25, 2017 may
not be considered. Applications can be submitted:
BY MAIL: IN PERSON: BY EMAIL:
CSU, Chico Research Foundation CSU, Chico Research Foundation rfhrjobs@csuchico.edu
CSU, Chico, Building 25 25 Main Street, 2nd Floor suite 206
Chico, CA 95928-5388 Chico, CA BY FAX: (530) 898-3391
For questions, please contact the Research Foundation Human Resources office:
BY PHONE: (530) 898-6811 or VISIT OUR WEBSITE: http://www.csuchico.edu/rfdn/

Application Deadline: N/A

washer/panner/surveyor/geotech

Company Name: NYAC Mining Company

Website: N/A
Title:  washer/panner/surveyor/geotech
Location: Chandalar AK Southern Brooks Range Gold Placer surface mine
Description:  This worker will rotate between washing and concentrating samples, panning, doing geotech work for the logger, and working with the mine engineer on surveying. June 1st – sept 20th.

Minimum Qualifications: 

The most important characteristic for an applicant to have is a hard work ethic, an easy going personality, and willingness to endure weather conditions ranging from heat in the 90 degree range to lows in the teens, rain, and sometimes snow. Appropriate outdoor clothing is a key to successful completion of work season. List of such clothing items required will be provided. The mine will drug test upon hiring and again periodically on site.

Preferred qualifications: N/A

Desired Majors: Geography, Geology, Geophysics, Hydrogeology, Geological Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering

Position Type: Full-time Employment

Hours per week:40+
Salary & Benefits: 14/hr 20/hr overtime. 4 hrs overtime daily and all weekend paid at overtime. or 6000/month. Food/lodging included. Must buy ticket to Fairbanks which costs about 300 dollars. Mine normally pays for travel back to home at end of season. One paid work day a month off also July 4th and Labor Day.

Application Process: You can call Stan Wilkinson at 307-840-1144 or email the Hiring Manager, Steve Tucker at STucker@NYACAK.com .

Application Deadline: N/A

SUSSTAINABLITY & CLIMATE INTERN ANNOUNCEMENT

Company Name: City Manager’s Office

Website: http://www.reno.gov/government/departments/city-manager-s-office
Title:  SUSSTAINABLITY & CLIMATE INTERN ANNOUNCEMENT
Location: City of Reno, NV
Description:The Sustainability and Climate Intern will be assigned to work on the Sustainability & Climate Initiative out of the City Manager’s Office and reports to the Sustainability Manager. This position will work with other city agencies to assist with the execution of initiatives designed to advance sustainability and climate initiatives. The role calls for exceptional skills in research, writing, editing, and administrative support.
Project Include:
Research and contribute to communications and publications
Contribute to online website content
Conduct desktop research, literature reviews and synthesize findings
Document and prepare case studies or blogs on emerging trends, best practices, and policies
Contribute written and graphic content to publications, reports, papers, and presentations
Interacting with City of Reno staff and community members for collaboration, data exchange and information sharing
May 2017 through June 2018
Start and end data flexible

Minimum Qualifications: 

Education:
An emphasis in any of the following academic areas preferred: environmental science, design, transport or urban/regional planning, urban design, or related field.
Knowledge/Skills:
Strong writing and editing skills
Ability to work successfully in team-oriented and individual tasks
Excellent time management and organization skills
Self-motivated and driven to accomplish tasks in specific time frames

Preferred qualifications: N/A

Desired Majors: Geography

Position Type: Paid Internship

Hours per week: 12-17
Salary & Benefits: $13.00 per hour

Application Process: You may apply by submitting your resume and cover letter to Lynne Barker at barkerl@reno.gov.

Application Deadline: 5/12/2017

Project Assistant, Lovelock Mines

Company Name: EP Minerals

Website:
Title: Project Assistant, Lovelock Mines 
Location: Lovelock Nevada, Colado Mines
Description: 

Project Scope:

–      Reduce moisture by at least two percent for ore going to stockpile for 2017 ore season compared to 2016 ore season.

–      Test drying methods utilizing natural drying (solar and wind).

–      Reduce oversize for better drying.

–      Conduct research starting with ore season start (approximately May 1, 2017).

–      Utilize Lovelock Mines for research.

–      Apply best ideas to 2017 stockpiles from the start of ore season.

–      Refine stockpile construction methods during 2017 based on learnings.

–      Recognize that lowest production cost of finished products is the goal, not lowest mining costs.

Project work:  Will include planning, design of sampling procedures, ore sampling for moistures, running moisture tests, operating farm tractor with plow or disk attachments, analyzing moisture results, developing mathematical prediction equations for rate of drying versus climatic conditions, managing project.  Other duties will include lab testing samples to determine moisture content, analyzing data, developing mathematical predictive drying curves, testing of stockpile sealers, and more.

Job could also include mine truck driver, equipment operator.

Minimum Qualifications: 

Studying for BS/MS degree in Mining Engineering, Geology, Hydrogeology, Geological Engineering, or Mineral Processing.  Prefer someone who is completing their Sophomore or Junior year or working on MS. Must have good computer skills, knowledge of sampling, quality focused, attention to detail.  Experience with Microsoft Excel, Word and computers required.  Valid driver license required.

Preferred qualifications: 

Prior Mining or construction experience is a plus.  Prior mine equipment operating experience a plus.  Knowledge of drying, moisture reduction, a plus.  Previous Miners training a plus.

Position type:  hourly intern.

Desired Majors: Mining Engineering, Geology, Geophysics, Hydrogeology, Geological Engineering

Position Type: Paid Internship

Hours per week:

40 to 50 hours per week.  Job starts approximately ASAP and runs until approximately September 1, 2017.  Start and stop dates, will work with student’s schedule.
Salary & Benefits: 

Wage paid of $21.00 per hour.

Benefits:  health insurance and 401K

Application Process: 

 

Application Deadline:  5/5/2017

Impact Organizer

Company Name: Work for Progress

Website: http://workforprogress.org/job-board/entry/94185/
Title: Impact Organizer
Location: Multiple Locations
Description: 

Job description
PROTECT OUR ENVIRONMENT, OUR DEMOCRACY, AND OUR FUTURE

Impact is project of Environment America, US PIRG, and PIRG Campus Action, leading advocacy organizations, that create the action, energy, and power it takes to make an impact on important issues. By joining Impact you’re asking a full-time, two-year commitment to advocate for our environment, our democracy, and our future.

Our organizers currently work in 25 states. We are working on campaigns like getting our country to 100% renewable energy, banning the use of bee killing pesticides, and ending the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms.

WHAT YOU’LL DO WITH IMPACT
First, you’ll come together with other new and experienced staff from across the country to learn how to make your impact in classroom trainings that focus on the issues, our campaigns, our strategies and the tactics you’ll be using throughout the year. Then, you’ll put those skills to use in the field.

For example, you might build the coalition that convinces a major restaurant to stop serving meat raised on antibiotics. Or you could organize the news event that convinces the governor in your state that switching to more renewable energy is an opportunity to be a hero with the public. Your campaign assignment will depend in part on where you applied to work and where you can make the biggest difference.

HOW YOU’LL MAKE AN IMPACT
Even when there’s not a vote coming up, organizing helps build long-term power to secure victories in the future. By first educating people on an issue, and then connecting on shared voices and common-sense solutions, we lay the groundwork for political change.

It’s all challenging, fun and incredibly meaningful. We’re taking on big issues and we’re up against big adversaries. We run campaigns with concrete goals, detailed plans, rigorous training, and above all, a laser-like focus on results.

During the summer, you’ll direct a campaign office, building the organization by canvassing and training others to canvass. And you’ll recruit the next wave of Impact organizers and interns so we can continue to work on more campaigns. So if what you want to do after college is join a team of people who bring their passion to work every day to make an impact on issues that matter, then we’re the group for you.

PAY & BENEFITS
The target annual compensation for this position is $26,000 in the first year. Impact offers a competitive benefits package. We also offer an excellent training program and opportunities for advancement.

LOCATIONS: Seattle, WA, Denver, CO, Columbus, OH, Richmond, VA, Portland, ME, and other locations

TO LEARN MORE AND APPLY VISIT US ONLINE:
http://workforprogress.org/job-board/entry/94185/

Minimum Qualifications: Impact is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status.

Preferred qualifications: N/A

Desired Majors: Geography, Geology, Geophysics, Hydrogeology, Geological Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering

Position Type: Full-time Employment

Hours per week: 50+
Salary & Benefits:  This is a salaried position starting at $25,500.

Application Process: Please apply via this link:
http://workforprogress.org/job-board/entry/94185/

Application Deadline:  8/4/2017

Intern

Company Name: Arizona Pipeline Co.

Website: http://www.arizonapipeline.com/
Title: Intern
Location: Carson City, NV
Description: Employee is responsible for creating detailed technical drawings using Autocad or other programs specified by APL; per field maintenance sketches or other means identifying pipeline installation/abandonment per customer specifications and requirements.
• Collect data from Superintendents/Foremen and incorporate this information into technical drawings per customer specifications and requirements.
• Perform basic Microsoft functions in excel and word
• Preparation of standard reports including editing and verifying as needed or directed
• Professional interactions with SWGas representatives
• Special projects as assigned by management

Minimum Qualifications: 

• Minimum of five years of relevant work experience with strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
• Strong attention to detail, the ability to manage multiple tasks and identify deviations from protocol.
• Experience in Autocad preferred
• Must be able to accomplish all assignments timely, error-free, and against deadlines; diplomatic in interpersonal dealings; is professional and personable; a skilled communicator, both written and oral; and a team player.
• Strong computer proficiency, specifically in Microsoft Office Suite & Autocad
• Position requires moderate lifting up to 50lbs, moderate carrying up to 50lbs, pulling, bending, reaching above shoulder, grasping, walking, standing, sitting for long periods of time, twisting, kneeling, stooping, climbing stairs, operating office equipment
• Environmental conditions; indoor, occasional dust
• Must be able to work a minimum of a 40-hour week with additional time as required.

Preferred qualifications: N/A

Desired Majors: Geography, Geology, Geophysics, Hydrogeology, Geological Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering

Position Type: Paid Internship

Hours per week: 40
Salary & Benefits:  N/A

Application Process: 

Jim Talia
Arizona Pipeline
Carson City Division
General Superintendent
jtalia@arizonapipeline.com

Application Deadline:  6/1/2017

Student Intern – Geographical Information Systems

Company Name: NV Energy

Website: https://careers.nvenergy.com/psp/ERECRUIT/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1
Title: Student Intern – Geographical Information Systems
Location: Reno, NV
Description: 
Start your Geographical Information Systems Career with NV Energy
Join the largest energy provider in the state of Nevada and learn about the Power Utility Industry while you complete your GISprogram at UNR. NV Energy is part of the Berkshire Hathaway Energy global family of companies and has been serving the people of Nevada for over 150 years.
Current year-round* internship are available in Reno for Geographical Information Systems*.
The NV Energy Internship program is designed to ensure that it will challenge students with meaningful work, expose them to a career in the energy industry, and help them transition from academics to the workforce.

The goal of our internship program is to give GIS students real world experience. Candidate must be a self-starter, flexible, a quick learner, highly motivated and a good team player. Accordingly, you must possess strong communication, interpersonal, organizational, problem solving and decision making skills.

Work as part of a team to provide analytical support to ensure reliability, availability, efficiency and functionality of all equipment, processes and projects
Assist in basic geography tasks of evaluation, problem solving, analysis, cartography and participate in installation and maintenance of servers, workstations and network infrastructure
Assist in basic mapping tasks of evaluation, problem solving, analysis, and planning to support power transmission and distribution, plant operations and/or maintenance
Assist with the editing and maintenance of spatial data and databases
Ensure the accuracy and completeness of digital data and maps
Comply with safety policy and procedures to ensure a safe working environment
Interface with engineering staff, plant site operations & maintenance groups, and other, personnel to ensure consistent, practical, and effective engineering solutions
Participate in special projects and committee assignments as requested
Data entry, sample collection, and preparation of applications and analytical reports using software’s such ArcGIS, AutoCAD, Microsoft office and Databases is required on a day to day basis
Other duties may be assigned

Minimum Qualifications: 

To be eligible for employment as an intern, a student must:
Submit a NV Energy Employment Application with resume/transcript attached and meet eligibility requirements
Have completed GEOG 405/605- GIS I: Geographic Information Systems and Science
ArcGIS, Microsoft Office and AutoCAD experience preferred
Demonstrates leadership abilities
Previous work experience is preferred, but not required
All students must provide transcripts and verification of college/university enrollment in order to begin or continue employment.

All students must be available to work the following schedule:

Summer: 20 – 40 hours per week

School Year: minimum of 12 up to a maximum of 20 hours per week

Education and Work Experience
Currently enrolled in an accredited Bachelors of GIS Degree with a minimum accumulative GPA of 3.0. Must be a full time student with a minimum load of 12 units. Previous work experience is desired but not required.

Specialized Knowledge and Skills
Proficient with Microsoft Office products and AutoCAD is preferred.

Equipment and Applications
PCs, Word processing, Spreadsheet and Database software

Work Environment and Physical Demands
General office environment No special physical demands required. May be required to travel to field locations and job sites and walk on uneven/unpaved ground.

Preferred qualifications: 

Desired Majors:Geography

Position Type: Paid Internship

Hours per week: 20-40
Salary & Benefits:  $13.13 to $23.63 per hour. This is a non-represented position.

Application Process: https://careers.nvenergy.com/psp/ERECRUIT/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1

Application Deadline:  5/20/2017