Applicant must have excellent historical research, organizational, analytical, and writing skills (writing samples required). Applicant must have a strong customer service ethic, willingness to work collaboratively, ability to work independently, a commitment to quality and attention to detail, and the ability to approach history with curiosity and creativity.
Completion of archival processing of paper and digital records using a digital asset management system, collections management and organization, assessing historic collections for historic value and relevance, and historical research and analysis in response to research requests.
College level coursework (100+) from an accredited institution will be evaluated on an individual basis according to the skill/level to determine if applicable to the position by management.
One-year internship with flexible work hours to accommodate academic schedules and vacations.
Graduate history, public history, library science, or museum studies degree program preferred but not required. Pay rate depends on completed credit hours.
Candidate must be currently enrolled and attending a minimum of 6 college credit hours per semester.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Pay rate depends on completed credit hours.
Internal Number: 8980
About Salt River Project
SRP is one of the largest public power and water utilities in the U.S. providing electricity to approximately one million customers in the greater metropolitan Phoenix area. Since its founding in 1903, SRP has fostered a culture of stewardship and customer service consistently ranking as an industry leader in customer service according to J.D. Power. SRP continues to adapt to its changing business environment by seeking innovative ways to reimagine utility service and the provision of critical resources essential to the life and economy of Arizona.