The City of Brisbane is accepting applications for our summer internships. Our internships are project oriented and are designed to give college students a good general overview of future employment opportunities and current issues in the Public Sector. You will have the opportunity for exposure to various areas of City Administration during your internship, as well as have opportunities to network with fellow interns and participate in professional development activities in San Mateo County and/or Santa Clara County.
Projects for 2019 include
- City Administration – Provide research support in the City Manager’s Office on Smart Cities technology. Review other public agency’s Smart Cities programs, research types of innovation available and propose project design for the City to implement.
Applicants must be college students currently enrolled in and pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in public policy, public administration, computer science or other related field. Undergraduate candidates must have a minimum 48 semester units or equivalent completed. Applicants should also be self-motivated, have excellent interpersonal skills, able to use Microsoft Office software, demonstrate good research ability and have the ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.
SALARY AND HOURS: Salary range for Interns starts at $15.00 per hour, 25-28 hours per week over a 12 week period. Start date is flexible depending on student’s availability.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Candidates can submit their applications on-line at www.calopps.org. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. First review of applications will be March 20, 2019.
SELECTION PROCESS: The applications will be screened and a limited number of applicants possessing the most relevant qualifications will be selected to participate in an oral interview. Recommendations for appointment to the positions will be based on the results of these interviews. Prior to appointment, fingerprinting for submission to the Department of Justice must be completed with favorable results.