Sheriff's Project Management Office - Professional Student Intern
About the Position
The Riverside County Sheriff's Department has multiple student internship opportunities that will help support the Project Management Office. The selected candidates will have the opportunity to learn about Facilities Management by observing and participating in all aspects of the construction workplace while also acquiring and strengthening fundamental skills necessary for becoming an ethical employee and effective team leader.
In addition to the minimum qualifications listed below, the most qualified candidates will possess leadership skills, legal knowledge and artistic abilities as well as have a familiarity with public works regulations, pressure management, and structural analysis. Candidates with a background in business administration, civil/construction engineering, architecture, or interior design are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Sheriff's Project Management Office Student Intern opportunity is based out of Riverside and has a flexible work week consisting of approximately 20 hours but may increase depending on academic workload.
Cumulative Grade Point Average: Minimum 2.5 GPA required. Proof of most current unofficial/official transcript with cumulative GPA must be provided at time of application.
Education: Applicants must be currently enrolled/attending school at an accredited college or university, in a Bachelor's program during the entire duration of the internship. All recent college graduates are eligible to intern for up to one year (twelve months) from their graduation date. Graduation date is not to exceed twelve month maximum during the entire duration of the internship.
Experience, Knowledge, Abilities: Construction awareness; Willing to learn; Excellent problem-solving skills; Knowledge of computer science; Creativity; Attention to detail; Able to process numbers; High visualization.
Background Investigation: Candidates may be required to complete an extensive background check which may take extra time in the pre-employment process.
Note: All employment offers are contingent upon successful completion of both a pre-employment physical exam, including a drug/alcohol test, and a criminal background investigation, which involves fingerprinting. (A felony or misdemeanor conviction may disqualify the applicant from County employment).
**All applications must be submitted by visiting the County of Riverside career site at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/riverside in order to be considered. All applicants, including alumni, are required to include a current resume, cover letter, and most recent unofficial/official transcript. Document(s) must be uploaded as attachments at time of application to be considered. Failure to apply through the County of Riverside career site or submit required document(s) at time of application may result in not being considered in the recruitment process.**