MTC Job Announcement - College Summer Internship
2005 COLLEGE SUMMER INTERNSHIP
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) has one college summer internship for an aspiring college student who desires to obtain further training in the area of human resources. The estimated start time for this position is April 2005. Student may start out part-time then transition into full-time for the summer.
Undergraduate Students will be paid $11.00 per hour; Graduate Students will be paid $14.00 per hour. The selected individual will be assigned to the Administrative Services Section, with responsibility for coordinating the agency�s annual High School Intern Program.
High School Intern Coordinator
Under the supervision of the Human Resources Analyst this intern will:
� Assist with implementing an internship program for high school students. (Students will be
placed at transportation-related work sites around the nine-county Bay Area.)
� Attend various high schools within the nine-county Bay Area to educate and encourage students to apply for the program.
� Organize a one-day orientation at the beginning of the program to in-process the selected high school students and introduce them to MTC.
� Organize a closing workshop for the students to obtain feedback on the program and provide the students information that promotes transportation as a career choice. Develop itinerary and coordinate a speaker.
� Collect program data and prepare statistical reports.
� Serve as main contact at MTC for high school students and their supervisors. Visit worksites to ensure each student is performing well. Counsel students as needed.
� College junior, senior, or recent graduate, or graduate student, majoring in public administration, organizational development, public policy, business administration, human resources, or related field
� Excellent command of written English language
� Excellent fluency in excel spreadsheets
� Good research and quantitative analysis skills
� Strong organizational skills are needed for this position
� Ability to work independently
� Familiarity with the nine Bay Area counties
� Valid California Driver�s License
Instructions To Applicants:
Applications may be downloaded from MTC�s web site, Applications not submitted on MTC forms will not be considered. Materials and questions should be addressed to: Internship Coordinator, Human Resources Office, Metropolitan Transportation Commission, 101 Eighth Street, Oakland, CA 94607. Completed applications must be received at MTC�s office no later than 5:00 p.m., Friday, February 25, 2005. (Faxed applications will not be accepted.). You can also contact MTC at Job Hotline, (510) 464-7818 or email .
� Applicants must meet the minimum requirements as stated in this announcement in order to receive further consideration.
� Internships are available to students enrolled at least halftime in an undergraduate or graduate-level curriculum. Individuals who have already graduated may be considered up to six months following graduation.
� Students must submit verification of their legal right to work in the United States upon an offer of employment.
$11.00 per hour
$14.00 per hour
This announcement sets a cut-off date and time for receipt of applications. Applications received after the cut-off date will not be considered. Applications will be screened promptly; those qualified candidates whose applications and resumes show the best qualifications will be invited for an interview.
Interviews will be conducted by MTC staff who are acquainted with the requirements of the position. At the conclusion of the interviews, the interviewer(s) determines which candidates qualify. Human Resources may offer the position to the best-qualified candidate.
MTC IS AN EEO/AA EMPLOYER
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is an affirmative action employer. MTC provides all employees and applicants with an equal opportunity in every aspect of the employment experience regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, physical handicap, medical condition, or marital status. This policy is implemented through an ongoing affirmative action program to ensure maximum opportunity to participate in the Commission�s program.