If you are a student studying engineering, Haliburton County might have a job for you.

Staff at the county level announced this month they are looking for students to work for the roads department as a summer Engineering Student. According to Andrea Bull, the CUPE 1960 unionized position has an hourly pay of $21.28.

Bull says, in order to qualify for the job you need to be aged 15 to 30, registered as a full-time student, and going back to school in the fall. As well, the students will need at least one year in civil engineering post-secondary education.

Some of the job duties include assisting with road surveys and traffic counts, assisting with property line marking, and prepare drawings and sketches using auto cad software. Other duties for the summer engineer are data entry, traffic control, cleaning and maintaining survey equipment, and other jobs as required.

To apply for the job you will need to send your resume to abull@county.haliburton.on.ca by February 20th