Close Date: Mar 8, 2013
Applications are being accepted for the internship position of City Clerk Intern with the City of South San Francisco.
ONLY THE FIRST 50 QUALIFIED APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
INTERN POSITION: City Clerk Intern
DEPARTMENT: City Clerk
TERM OF ASSIGNMENT: Summer 2013: May/June to August/September depending on intern's school schedule.
HOURS PER WEEK FOR 3 MONTHS TERM: 20 to 30
STIPEND: $2,000 TO $3,000
INTERN SUPERVISORS: Krista Joy Martinelli, contact number 650-877-8518 * email@example.com
The City of South San Francisco is a fully independent and highly commercialized full-service City with an estimated population of 63,500 growing to 100,000 during business hours. South San Francisco is an international center for the biotechnology industry, housing over 80 companies on 3.5 million square feet and it is strategically located on the west shore of the San Francisco Bay, in northern San Mateo County, 10 miles south of San Francisco.
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Archiving of Critical Documents: The South San Francisco City Clerk’s Office seeks an intern to serve daily working on records management related tasks. Tasks include editing the City’s Records Retention Policy Index; auditing the records in storage against the Records Log; identifying records appropriate for destruction and/or retention pursuant to the Policy; chronicling the legislative action of the City’s various agencies; and organizing and maintaining election records.OUTCOME: The intern will gain knowlege on how to efficiently store documents and plans. As well as how a City Clerks office operates.
REQUIRED & DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: We are seeking a student who is working towards a college or graduate degree in, political science, business administation or a related field. The intern must have a strong knowledge of computer components and programs, including a computer database. Intern should have the ability to research and understand technical documents. Applicant must have the ability to handle a multitude of tasks and activities and be able to work effectively and independently or with others from the City Clerks office. They must also maintain a cooperative, informative relationship with other City Personnel.