Gershman, Brickner & Bratton, Inc. (GBB) is a consulting firm that loves helping people see garbage as a resource and an opportunity. Established in 1980, we do this through planning and implementing integrated waste management programs designed to provide cost-effective services, protect the environment, and sustain our natural resources. We’re passionate about the environment and are fortunate to work with great employees, associates, clients, colleagues, and friends who share our passion.Internship – Solid Waste Management Consulting and/or EngineeringInstituted in 1982, GBB’s Internship Program allows students and participants in special career advancement programs to acquire hands-on experience in the solid waste management industry, further their knowledge in the environmental field, and work with GBB consultants.GBB seeks an intern pursuing a degree in engineering and/or environmental sciences with studies or interest applicable in waste management and conversion technologies used in the solid waste, construction, manufacturing, industrial, agricultural, and recycling industries. Education in technical fields is in demand in the solid waste management sector, mixed waste processing, and the developing industry of renewable energy such as waste-to-energy, biofuels, gasification, anaerobic digestion, and pyrolysis. Knowledge and interest in sustainability and industrial ecology is a plus.Title: Intern – Solid Waste Management Consulting and/or EngineeringPosition Type: Full Time (40 hours)Hourly Rate: $13.00 or Course Credit (no relocation or cost of living allowance provided)Work Location: This is a position for work to be performed from either:A home office anywhere in the United StatesorGBB’s headquarters in McLean, VA, in the Washington, DC metropolitan areaNote that GBB staff are currently primarily working virtually, from home offices, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is unknown when we will resume working at our headquarters again.Essential Functions and Key Responsibilities:Perform project tasks as assigned by project managerPerform online research and analyses to contribute conceptual design development for further evaluationAssist with life- cycle analyses of solid waste management systemsReview system concepts and preliminary design tailored to suit clients’ needsContribute to development of cost estimates associated with solid waste systemsPerform report writing as part of client deliverables and for presentationWork with project manager and with clients after initial deliverables to address issues and to provide ongoing supportEducation, Training, Professional Certification and Work Experience:Pursuing Undergraduate or advanced degree in relevant environmental science and/or engineering fields from four-year accredited college or university by a regional accreditation association.— For Environmental science degree: Focus on solid waste management or sustainability preferred.— For Engineering degree: Civil/Environmental, Chemical, Mechanical, Industrial EcologyKnowledge and Skills Requirements:Basic Skills, college level, with Excel spreadsheets, Word, and PowerPoint (preferred).Strong communication skills: Must be fluent in English (written and oral), have excellent interpersonal skills; ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization (e.g. marketing, engineering, production).Strong ability to collaborate and work in a team environment. Technical verbal communication and writing skills a requirement.Quantitative and qualitative data analysis and evaluation skillsProblem solving skillsIn return for your contributions, we offer an environment that supports and recognizes performance and your professional growth.Contact Information:Please e-mail your résumé and cover letter to Allyson Del Rosario at GBBcareers@gbbinc.comNo phone calls please.Criminal Background Checks will be conducted for all positions.Equal Opportunity Employer:Gershman, Brickner & Bratton Inc. is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.