Internship Opportunity: City of San Jose Facilities Architectural Services
- City of San Jos�
INTERNSHIP POSITION DESCRIPTION
DATE INTERNSHIP POSITION DESCRIPTION REVISED: October 27, 2008
PREPARED FOR: Holly Miller, Human Resources
PREPARED BY: Gabrielle E. Wilder, Associate Landscape Architect, DPW/
REVIEWED BY: Loren Rundle, Senior Landscape Architect, DPW/
Felipe Driscol, HR Intern, DPW/Admin.
Karla Enany, Senior Analysis, DPW/Admin.
DEPARTMENT: Public Works
DIVISION: City Facilities Architectural Services
TERM OF ASSIGNMENT: Beginning January 2009 through June 2009- with
option to extend
HOURS PER WEEK: 20 hours per week
COMPENSATION FOR STUDENT INTERN: Salary Range $10.73/hr. - $15.87hr,
INTERN HIRING SUPERVISOR: Gabrielle Wilder, Associate Landscape
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT
This position is with the Landscape Architecture Section of the City
Facilities Architectural Services Division in the Department of Public
Works devoted to the implementation of park improvement projects.
Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services are the primary Client
Department, providing the project funding and community outreach.
WHY INTERN WITH US?
As an intern, you will gain level exposure to the breadth of local
government work while developing a philosophical understanding of
organizational development related to talent management. You will
also enjoy the benefits of professional training and interaction to
key City staff at all levels and areas of expertise.
PROJECT DESCRIPTION & OUTCOMES
Participate and provide support in the following tasks related to a
variety of landscape capital improvement and renovation projects for
the City�s parks and recreation program:
Design and project management
Organizing, filing, distribution and archiving of plans and documents
Graphics, AutoCAD and/or PowerPoint presentations
Review construction material and product submittals
Special technical projects, reports and research, etc.
Current enrollment in an accredited college or university in a
undergraduate or graduate program is required. Preference for
students majoring in civil engineering or city/urban, regional planning.
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