The City of Fremont's Engineering Division works within the Public Works Department to perform a wide range of public works duties, including: providing engineering design services, working with both the private and public development, community, providing transportation and traffic solutions, supporting real property interests and City facility improvements along with providing management of Capital Improvement Plan-funded infrastructure improvements including streets, public buildings and parks; and processing of development applications.
The Engineering Interns will perform a variety of complex, specialized and responsible duties in support of functions and projects of the Public Works Department, Engineering Division.
There are nine open positions in the following sections: Transportation (3), Development (1), Design (1), Construction (2), and Real Property (2).
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
For Transportation Section:
For Development and Design Sections:
For Construction Section:
For Real Property Section:
REQUIREMENTS: The Engineering Division is searching for effective team players who are able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Incumbents will be able to communicate clearly, concisely and tactfully both orally and in writing, and have demonstrated skill in detail-oriented work.
Any combination of education and/or experience that has provided the knowledge and skills necessary to satisfactory job performance would be qualifying.
For interns in Transportation, Development, and Design Sections, a typical way to obtain the required knowledge and skills would be: possession of a BA/BS or currently enrolled in a four-year university majoring in Civil Engineering, or other closely related field.
For interns in Construction Section, applicants shall be currently enrolled in a four-year university majoring in Civil Engineering, Construction management, surveying, or other closely related field and/or graduation from high school and two years experience in a filed related to street/highway inspection or construction.
Highly desirable: experience working at construction sites, ability to work outdoors around construction equipment, journal/record keeping experience and proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel.
Interns applying for the Real property Section must have a high school diploma and/or be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program at a four-year university, and have basic Microsoft office skills.
A valid California driver’s license is required at time of appointment for all interns.