Job title: Student Intern – College (Part-Time)
Company: City of Vacaville
Job description: About our job
Vacaville – Nice place to live, great place to work!
The City of Vacaville is inviting applications for college student internship opportunities within the city departments listed below.
College internship programs require current enrollment as an undergraduate or graduate student at the time of placement. Intern students work on a flexible schedule, with a maximum of 129 hours per month, or as mentioned in the description below.
Section: City Attorney’s Office
Duties in this training may include: Doing a generalized legal assistant support which may be activities such as processing and assisting with subpoenas and other legal mail, taking phone calls, organizing and updating a CAO law library, preparing and updating legal files, scanning and tagging materials Legal, photocopy, and administrative preparation of materials for submission to court, and other clerical duties. Additional activities may include assisting attorneys with reviewing, indexing, and / or summarizing filing texts, attending / observing court appearances at Solano County Court, monitoring filings, attending city meetings with attorneys to learn about different aspects of city operations and the role of the investigator – counsel and assistant attorneys. In other tasks determined by the office.
The intern will mentor the legal assistant and attorneys in a variety of activities in an effort to allow the student to be exposed to the duties performed in a local law office and to provide guidance to a student contemplating a career in the legal field.
Hours of Operation: 20 to 32 weeks
Department: Community Development – Planning Department
In this section, trainees will participate in reviewing and identifying proposed projects by applying learning to practical design to gain practical insights into how parts of society – buildings, roads, and parks – fit together like puzzle pieces. Interns will also assist with employee reporting and commission package planning. The aim of this training is to increase awareness and understanding of the power and value of the planning profession, guide planning for the entire community, as well as reflect on what tomorrow may bring.
Working hours: 20 per week
Section: Housing Services
Duties in this training may include, but are not limited to: housing loan program assistance, housing authorities, and front counter. In addition, trainees may be asked to assist with greeting and directing clients without prior reservation, answering phones, submitting documents, writing written documents, assisting with reports, preparing mail packages, and assisting with a variety of assignments and special projects. Excellent computer and communication skills, attention to detail and the ability to work in a professional and confidential environment are required for this training.
Working hours: 20 per week
Section: Police Department / Youth Services Section
As a trainee in the Youth Services Division of Vacaville Police Department, responsibilities include planning and coordinating service learning events and supervising youth from the Vacaville Police Activities Association (PAL). Duties also include planning and coordinating youth meetings, communicating with parents and managing social media accounts. The intern will be responsible for conducting presentations to the community and teaching public speaking skills. Other activities include assisting with community events, program coordination and program recruitment, clerical responsibilities, customer service / follow-up, general assignments, and other duties, as specified.
The intern in this department is expected to work around 10-15 hours per week and will be required to complete a comprehensive background check prior to submitting a job offer.
Speaking Spanish is desirable, but not required.
Intern must be available to work evenings and weekends.
Section: General Works / Engineering Services
Internship duties for the Engineering Services Department within Public Works may include, but are not limited to, managing GIS intake from development and CIP projects, conducting pavement surveying, infrastructure inventory, takeoff quantities, and general office duties.
Hours for this position will be flexible but will not exceed 129 hours / month.
Minimum Qualifications: Current major in civil engineering, environmental studies, geographic information systems, or closely related programs.
Department: General Business / Development Engineering
Duties of development engineering internships may include, but are not limited to, assisting in reviewing and issuing infringement permits, assisting with improvement plan reviews and tracking review status, maintaining records, reproduction and filing, assistance with contract administration tasks, processing recorded documents and conducting inspections. Limited field.
This trainee is expected to work 20 hours per week.
Minimum Qualifications: Current major in Civil Engineering or Construction Management.
Department: Public Works / Traffic Engineering
Internship duties for the Traffic Engineering department may include, but are not limited to, reviewing applications and issuing permits, creating exhibits / drawings using AutoCAD software, conducting investigations and on-site inspections, preparing data collection equipment in the field, creating Word and Excel documents, entering data and running lists Waiting in traffic programs and other tasks assigned.
This trainee is expected to work 10-29 hours per week.
Minimum Qualifications: Current major in Civil Engineering.
Section: Utilities / Water Quality Pre-treatment
In-house training duties for the water quality pretreatment department in facility management include, but are not limited to, assessing sewage impact fees, reviewing the plan examination, importing and exporting laboratory analytical data to the database, and field work including wastewater sample collection, surveying Rainwater drainage and / or sampling (requires walking along the banks of the creek), monthly data validation from continuous online sewage analysts, obtaining water consumption data from water bills software on specific industrial or commercial users, and monthly bills for discharged Industrial wastewater, monthly review of industrial user self-monitoring reports and the various tasks associated with the department.
This intern will not work more than 129 hours per month.
Education: Registration in an associate, bachelor’s, or postgraduate degree program related to a district and / or department of training. For engineering training, enrollment in an accredited engineering program is required to obtain a bachelor’s degree in engineering.
Experience: No experience required.
About everything else
Vacaville City Employment Application and Supplementary Questionnaire must be received by the Human Resources Department at 650 Merchant Street, Vacaville, CA 95688 by 5:30 PM, Monday, March 15, 2021.
Applicants are encouraged to apply online at www.cityofvacaville.com. Application packages can also be ordered in person at the Human Resources Department or by calling (707) 449-5101. Resumes will not be accepted in place of a completed application.
Important: Communication with candidates will mainly be via email. Make sure to include an existing email that you review regularly in your application.
All applications will be reviewed for the minimum qualifications and student eligibility. Eligible applications will be sent to the relevant department for further review. The department will then contact the candidates who wish to proceed with the process. The selection process may include application review, an oral interview, and / or a practical exercise. Educational transcripts or proof of college enrollment are a requirement for trainee employment.
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Expected salary: $14 – 20 per hour
Location: Vacaville, CA
Job date: Sat, 20 Feb 2021 04:50:49 GMT
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