Jobs and Internships


Database Management Intern

Paid Position Available

NCSE specializes in programs that foster collaboration between the diverse institutions and individuals creating and using environmental knowledge, including research, education, environmental, and business organizations as well as governmental bodies at all levels


The NCSE is looking for an intern with experience in database management and related skills. The organization requires a great deal of data collection and data management to meet the goals of membership campaign,and to provide services and benefits to its affiliates, partners, and collaborators.  NCSE’s staff is currently working on database management transitions, data quality control, data migration, and other related tasks.  We are seeking an intern to assist the NCSE’s key staff members working on multiple projects.  

  • Key Responsibilities:
  •  Assisting with data collection, data quality control,transfer of database information from old software to  new web interface, and other tasks as assigned.  
  • Run reports to analyze data
  • Assessment of new application ideas
  • Minor website design and web updates

Skills and Experiences:

  • Prefer candidates with an earned baccalaureate degree.   Undergraduate (Junior or Senior years) or  graduate students currently enrolled in a university/college are encouraged to apply.
  • Prefer candidates who may have working knowledge of Blackbaud.  
  • Prefer candidates with excellent analytical and database management skills, with the ability to work in teams. 
  • Prefer candidates with a background or majoring in Computer Science/Network Engineering, Engineering  or Mathematics.  
  • Prefer candidates familiar with web design and web content updates.
  • Candidates must be organized, meticulous, hardworking, be able to handle multitasking while not compromising the quality of work, productive, solution-oriented, and pays attention to details.

Work Hours, Wage and Location

Weekly Hours:  20 hours per week or extended hours as necessary.  

(Please note that the # of hours per week may vary depending on the tasks.  

We do anticipate that occasionally the position responsibilities may require up to 30 or 40 hours a week necessary to support NCSE’s events, activities, and programs).

Work Hours:  9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (NCSE’s normal business hours). 

Wage:  $10 / hour (Non-negotiable).  Benefits are not included. 

Location:  The position will be based at NCSE’s office in downtown Washington, DC (1101 17th St. NW #250, Washington DC, 20036).  The office is only a block away from Farragut North Metro.

To Apply

Send a resume and a one page cover letter to share your professional experiences, qualifications, and  interest in the position to Gwendolyn Perrin (Program Coordinator and Communications Specialist, NCSE) [email protected]

Review of applications will begin on Monday, December 29th, 2014.  We anticipate that the position will be  filled on or before January 9th, 2015.