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PT Paid Internship - GIS Specialist Intern - Campbell Public Works

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    PUBLIC WORKS – GIS SPECIALIST INTERN TEMPORARY, PART-TIME, NON-BENEFITED Hours: 15-20 hours per week June- September (Flexible work schedule Monday - Friday)
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      PUBLIC WORKS – GIS SPECIALIST INTERN


      TEMPORARY, PART-TIME, NON-BENEFITED


      Hours: 15-20 hours per week June- September



      (Flexible work schedule Monday - Friday)


      Salary: $10.00- $12.00 per hour



      Application Deadline: Open Until Filled




      The City of Campbell has an internship opportunity for an upper class college student, recent college graduate or graduate school student.




      This internship offers valuable, real-world job experience in G.I.S. mapping and enables the intern to be exposed to a wide variety of Public Work service areas and infrastructure, and project development and leadership opportunities.




      The intern will report directly to the Public Works Superintendent and coordinate project tasks with the City's I.T. and Engineering teams.



      TYPICAL DUTIES/PROJECTS



      Perform field data collection relative to maintenance assets such as street light poles, service routes, park facilities, trees, etc.

      Prepare and create G.I.S. data layers and maps.

      Collaborate and work with I.T. and other technical sections.

      Assist with programs and projects, but not limited to, interdepartmental coordination, intergovernmental relations, city information and outreach, customer service, and a variety of special projects.




      DESIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES


      Interest in working in local government.

      Ability to understand, and interpret data.

      Ability to use automated data processing applications (MS Word, Excel, Access).

      Highly proficient with ARC-GIS.

      Ability to research, compile, analyze and interpret data.

      Ability to express oneself clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.

      Ability to establish and maintain effective working relation with others and work in a team-oriented environment.

      Ability to interface and work in a diverse working environment.




      TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE


      Upper class college students, recent college graduates, or graduate school students, with majors in Geography, Computer Science, or related fields.


      How to apply: City employment applications may be obtained from the City of Campbell Human Resources Division, 70 N. First Street, Campbell, CA 95008; by visiting the City's website at www.cityofcampbell.com or on www.calopps.org.
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