Close Date: Jun 11, 2013
Salary: $8.20 - $17.54 Hourly
Part-Time/Temporary Recruitment: 12.088
Date Open: 3/21/13
COLLEGE INTERN I/II/III
(City-Wide Internship Program)
College Intern I - $8.20 to $9.97 Hourly
College Intern II - $10.97 to $13.35 Hourly
College Intern III - $14.68 to $17.54 Hourly
FINAL FILING DATE: Open until filled
Completion of a supplemental questionnaire and verification of college enrollment is required.
The Human Resources Department is accepting applications for the temporary position of College Intern I/II/III to work in a variety of City Departments. The work schedule will vary according to the successful candidate’s school schedule.
To perform a variety of administrative, technical and general support staff duties for assigned department or division.
This is a temporary part-time, training classification in which students with current enrollment in college with course work related to the area assigned can gain experience in assisting city staff in the performance of professional administrative or technical duties. A College Intern I has no experience in general public administration and works under direct supervision typically in an operating department on general administrative duties. A College Intern II has little or no experience and works under direct supervision, usually in an operating department on general administrative duties or specific projects. A College Intern III has knowledge and/or experience in general public administration or assigned area, is able to work under general supervision and has wider responsibilities, more difficult duties and a wider variety of tasks than a College Intern II.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Receives general supervision from higher level staff as assigned.
EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES - Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Collect, summarize and analyze information and statistics on existing programs and services.
- Participate in organizational and procedural studies and the preparation of reports and manuals.
- Maintain applicable records and files, as assigned.
- Conduct surveys and perform research and statistical analyses regarding municipal policies, procedures, and services.
- Participate in the design of forms and the implementation of systems.
- Perform related work as required.
- Principles and practices of public administration.
- Principles of business and organization structure.
- Effective methods of making oral and written reports and presentations.
- Research techniques, methods, and procedures.
- Communicate effectively, orally and in writing.
- Work cooperatively and effectively with co-workers, other departments, outside agencies, elected officials and the general public.
- Interpret and apply policies, laws and rules; learn and apply pertinent federal, state and local law codes and regulations.
- Exhibit proficiency in use of modern office methods and enter and revise information on computer databases; demonstrate proficiency in computer word processing; type at a speed necessary to successfully perform duties.
- Compile and maintain complex and extensive records to include statistical records; complete staff reports for oral and written communications; work with sensitive and confidential information.
- On a continuous basis, learn and understand all aspects of the job and department procedures; sit at desk or in meetings for long periods of time; review work papers and reports; identify and interpret technical and numerical information.
- On a continuous basis, twist to reach equipment surrounding desk; perform simple grasping and fine manipulation; use telephone and operate a variety of office equipment; use personal computer.
Experience and Training:
College Intern I:
Equivalent to the completion the twelfth (12th) grade. Documented intent to enroll or current enrollment in college and continuing progress towards a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration, Business Administration or a field related to area of assignment.
College Intern II:
One year of college and continuing progress (current enrollment) towards a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration, Business Administration or a field related to area of assignment.
College Intern III:
Six months of analytical/research related duties or duties related to assigned area.
Two years of college and continuing progress (current enrollment) towards a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration, Business Administration or a field related to area of assignment.
License or Certificate: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California driver’s license.
Applications will be screened and those applications meeting the qualifications will be forwarded to the appropriate Department for further consideration. Successful applicants may be contacted for an interview. Final appointment is contingent on a check of past employment references, passing a City-paid pre-employment medical exam and a drug and alcohol screening test and fingerprint check.
The City of Roseville Internship Program offers seasonal, college-level intership opportunities to individuals who are currently enrolled or have the intent to enroll (12th grade to college) in college and working toward a degree in public administration, business, or a related field. As one of the fastest growing cities in California, Roseville's internship program is designed to attract, develop, and retain innovative people in local government. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to observe firsthand the efforts of local government in resolving scome of its most pressing issues.
During the program, you will be exposed to important topics, improvement initiatives, and new approaches and directions. Interns are also encouraged to attend Board, Commission, and City Council meetings. Internship opportunities are available throughout the year. Starting salary is based on education and experience including current college level and course completion.