Engineering Intern

internship - part time, paid

City Of Santa Ana
Santa Ana, CA
Closed
Posted 70 Days ago
City Of Santa Ana
Santa Ana, CA
internship - part time, paid
Posted 70 Days ago
Closed

Description

Engineering Intern Salary $16.18 - $19.66 Hourly Location Santa Ana, CA Job Type Internship Department Public Works Job Number PT 65-19 PW Description The City of Santa Ana is looking for individuals who are results-oriented, possess great attitudes, demonstrate creativity and innovation, work efficiently, show a record of success and have a PASSION for public service. Having the best employees provides the best service to the community. This is a part-time internship position. The incumbent will work an average of 20 hours per week. Work schedule is to be determined. This is not a Summer Internship . This recruitment is open until further notice and can close at any time and without notice. Essential Functions Include But Are Not Limited To Traffic: Assisting engineers in traffic engineering field investigations for existing conditions and proposed projects; conducting various engineering and warrant studies, researching project records, files, and plans; preparing/modifying plans using Microstation or manual drafting; using Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Access, or other tools and databases to prepare presentation materials (maps, charts, spreadsheets, etc.); data entry; and placing and retrieving radar trailers. Additional job activities may include: conducting/evaluating speed studies, pedestrian, and vehicular counts, updating records, reviewing collision data, conducting parking surveys, issuing business/resident notices, making copies, filing, working with the public, and/or work with our signal operations team and equipment; other miscellaneous duties as assigned. In Signal Operations, additional functions include assisting engineers in operating Traffic Management Center; maintaining local area computer network; investigating traffic signal operations and complaints; maintaining traffic signal equipment, timing, and maintenance records; designing traffic signals, closed-circuit television, communication system, and other advanced traffic signal system elements; updating traffic signal plans manually or using CAD. Design: Under the direction of Design Engineering staff, the intern assists with the preparation of engineering drawings and estimates; prepares and modifies spreadsheets, project displays, and various reports; conducts data research, field investigations, and responds to the public and other agencies; performs a variety of general office tasks; and performs other related functions as assigned. Water Resources: Under the direction of Engineering staff, assists in the collection of field data; generates technical data, organizes documents, and coordinates data transmission to others; conducts manufacture website surveys for engineering drawings and equipment documentation; scans, records, maintains and organizes directories; updates and creates engineering drawings utilizing MicroStation; assists with the preparation and distribution of reports and documents; processes correspondence and material requisitions; performs other functions as assigned. Construction: Under the direction of Engineering staff, assist with the construction management of projects under the City's capital improvement program. Projects include construction of water, sewer, and storm drain lines, traffic signals, buildings, parks, street, sidewalk, drainage improvements, and other public facilities. Daily activities include spreadsheets, data research, correspondence, field investigations, preparing and distributing reports, responding to citizen and City agencies' inquiries, performing a variety of general office tasks, and working in the field assisting construction inspectors and survey crews. CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCCESSFUL PERFORMERS Candidates shall have a strong interest in engineering; be at ease in dealing with the public and handling complaints from residents with tact and diplomacy; be detail-oriented, organized, have good time-management skills within a vibrant work environment and seek answers should none be obvious. Candidates must be flexible, have good verbal and written communication skills, computer skills and work well with others and with minimal supervision. Minimum Qualifications Traffic: Must be currently enrolled in an UNDERGRADUATE Civil, Electrical, or Pre-Engineering curriculum with good standing (Freshman, Sophomore or Junior level is preferred). NOT open to Graduate/Post-Graduate students. Design and Water Resources: Must be currently enrolled in an UNDERGRADUATE Civil Engineering Program (Sophomore or Junior level is preferred.) Not open to Graduate/Post-Graduate students. Construction : Must be currently enrolled in an UNDERGRADUATE Civil Engineering or Construction Management Program (Sophomore or Junior level is preferred.) Not open to Graduate/Post-Graduate students. Must be willing and able to work for two or more years (Design only). Must have ample knowledge of computer software such as AutoCAD and/or Microstation and Microsoft Office applications, as well as the ability to work comfortably in a Windows environment. Must possess and retain a valid Class C California driver's license with good driving record Bilingual fluency in English and Spanish is preferred but not required. Selection Process Application, supplemental questionnaire, and required documents must be submitted online. Click on the "Apply" link located at the top of this page. New users must create an account first. Click on this link for instructions on how to set up your account and apply for the first time: . PLEASE ATTACH THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS TO YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION (IF YOU DO NOT ATTACH THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS, THE SYSTEM WILL NOT ALLOW YOU TO SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION): Resume detailing all qualifications as they relate to this position and its requirements. Also, indicate your expected graduation date. Cover Letter describing career goals and reasons for seeking the Traffic, Construction, Design, and/or Water Resources Engineering Internship. References - List names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references, one of which must be a current or former professor (you may list these in the "References" section of the application or attach a list) Proof of current school enrollment in an accredited Construction Management/Engineering/Pre-Engineering/Civil/Electrical Engineering curriculum. Please attach a copy of your unofficial transcripts which lists your name, your school's name, your major, and the classes in which you are enrolled. The Human Resources and Public Works Department will review all applications and documents submitted. Those candidates who possess the most pertinent qualifications will be invited for an oral interview by the hiring agency. If you have any questions about the job duties assigned to the Traffic Division, please call Victor Chaidez at (714) 647-5609. If you have questions about the job duties assigned to the Design Division, please contact David Ramirez at (714) 647-5641. If you have any questions about the job duties assigned to the Water Resources Division, please contact Rudy Rosas at (714) 647-3379. If you have any questions about the job duties assigned to the Construction Division, please call Michael Ortiz at (714) 647-5624. If you have any questions related to the application, please call Ashleigh Anderson Camba at (714) 647-5349, or email at AAndersonCamba@santa-ana.org . The City of Santa Ana is an equal opportunity employer. If you consider yourself a person with a disability, you may contact us regarding providing reasonable accommodation. PT Employees accrue paid sick leave at the rate of one (1) hour of paid sick leave for every thirty (30) hours worked up to a maximum accrual of 6 days or 48 hours. Employees are eligible to use 3 days or 24 hours of accrued paid sick leave in a 12-month period. For additional information please visit the Department of Industrial Relations Website: 01 Please mark the division(s) you are interested in. Traffic Design Water Resources Construction 02 If you are interested in the Traffic Division, are you enrolled in an Undergraduate Civil, Electrical, or Pre-Engineering program? Yes No N/A 03 If you are interested in the Design and/or Water Resources Division, are you currently enrolled in an Undergraduate Civil Engineering program? Yes No N/A 04 If you are interested in the Construction Division, are you enrolled in an Undergraduate Civil Engineering or Construction Management Program? Yes No N/A 05 Are you an out-of-state applicant or are you enrolled in an out-of-state college or university? Yes No 06 What is your current student status? Undergraduate - Freshman Undergraduate - Sophomore or Junior Undergraduate - Senior Graduate or Post-Graduate Level No longer enrolled in school 07 How would you rate yourself on your knowledge of computer software, such as, AutoCAD and/or Microstation applications? Beginner Intermediate Advanced No experience/never used it 08 Do you possess a valid California Class C driver's license? NOTE: If you selected "yes", your application must include your driver's license information. Yes No 09 How would you rate yourself on your knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook and PowerPoint)? Beginner Intermediate Advanced No experience/Never used it 10 I acknowledge that this is a two-year internship that requires availability of 20 hours per week (Design applicants only). Yes No 11 I acknowledge that besides submitting an application, I must also submit the following: 1) Resume 2) Cover letter 3) List of 3 references 4) Proof of current school enrollment (Must include your Name, School, GPA, and Current Classes) If you did not already attach these to your application, please go back and do so. Your application will be considered INCOMPLETE without these documents. Yes No Required Question Agency Santa Ana, City of (CA) Address Human Resources, M-24 PO Box 1988 Santa Ana, California, 92702 Phone 714-647-5340 Website

Skills

autocad, cad, civil engineering, electrical engineering, microstation, engineering design, design engineering, traffic engineering, engineering drawings, microsoft office, microsoft excel, microsoft word, microsoft powerpoint, english, time management

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