College Intern (Engineering Division) Job at Pittsburg, Contra Costa County, California

College Intern (Engineering Division)

City of Pittsburg , California


Job Information 

Seasonal

Community Development

Entry Level

Salary/Wage 

$14.50 - $19.00 Hourly

Application Deadline 

Continuous

No Application Deadline

Recruitment Type 

Open Competitive

Details 

The City of Pittsburg's Engineering Division is looking for INTERNS to assist with various projects.
 

The Engineering Division of the City's Community Development Department is seeking college students or recent graduates with an interest in engineering, construction project management or a related field to assist with some field work, scanning and organizing hard project files, maps, and drawings for a paid internship.  The City of Pittsburg was recognized in 2019 by Earn & Learn as a proud internship partner.  The City helps interns gain valuable work experience to prepare for future permanent job opportunities.

About the Engineering Division
The Engineering Division of the Community Development Department ensures City owned facilities such as streets, storm drain systems, water distribution networks, sewer collection facilities and improvements are constructed where needed and improvements meet appropriate standards. Staff also designs and constructs City projects, assures development projects meet City requirements, manage traffic related issues and improvements like signals, process and issue permits for encroachments within the public property, site grading, parking permits and wide loads permits, and maintains all necessary records.

Selected candidates is limited to work up to 999 hours per fiscal year.


About Pittsburg
The City of Pittsburg is a culturally rich and diverse community of over 72,000 residents and expected to grow to 90,000 in the next 20 years.  Pittsburg is located in Northern California in the Bay Area Region and is perfectly situated for easy access to the greater Bay Area, San Francisco, Napa Valley, Sacramento, and the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and Lake Tahoe.  Pittsburg City Hall is also conveniently located a short walk from the Pittsburg Center Station for the Bay Area Rapid Transit System (BART), making a commute from cities throughout the Bay Area very easy.  Pittsburg has waterfront homes, a performing arts theater, a variety of seasonal events, an extensive park system, a large public-school system, and a variety of shopping centers.  It also offers extensive recreational facilities, including one of the California Delta's largest and most modern marinas.  With its commitment to a quality community environment, Pittsburg is an ideal city in which to live, work and recreate.

The City of Pittsburg is a full-service city following the council-manager form of government. We have about 290 full time employees and about 350 employees total (depending on the season).  Pittsburg is currently organized into the following departments: City Management, Community Development (Building, Engineering, and Planning), Community Services (Housing Authority, Pittsburg Power Company, and the Successor Agency to the former Redevelopment Agency), Economic Development and Recreation, Human Resources, Finance, Police, and Public Works (Operations/Maintenance, Utilities, Facilities, Parks, and Water Treatment). Fire Protection services are provided by the Contra Costa County Consolidated Fire Department.

  
 Minimum Qualifications:
This position is designed to accommodate an individual who is currently enrolled or has recently completed an academic program, in order to allow for the application of academic theory to a real life work environment.

College Intern Salary:
 
  • $14.50 per hour for those who have not completed two years of education.
  • $16.00 per hour for those who have completed a minimum of two years of education.
  • $17.50 - $19.00 per hour for those who have completed a Bachelor's or higher degree.
 Selection Process:

1. Application process: Applicants must complete an online employment application at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/pittsburg.  Employment applications will be disqualified if a resume is submitted in lieu of completing the application or if sections of the applications are left blank that relate to the minimum qualifications of the job such as education and work history.  Applications will be evaluated to determine if it meets the minimum qualifications of the job.  All applicants meeting the minimum qualifications are not guaranteed advancement through any subsequent phase in the process.  All communication regarding your application status will be sent via email only.

2. Departmental Hiring Interviews: Accepted applicants will be interviewed by supervisory staff and offered the hourly position if successful.  The hiring manager will be continuously reviewing the applications.

3. Background Screening: Candidate will be fingerprinted for a background check and complete any other required screening.

4) The successful candidate who passes the background process will complete new hire paperwork and begin work soon after.

Location 

No location specified

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