The City of Los Angeles’ Information Technology Agency is seeking a student to work in its E-Government and Web Services Section. The section handles City Government websites which include the City of Los Angeles Website and Elected Official Web sites.
This is a great opportunity for talented and highly motivated individuals, who are in the process of completing their education, to gain experience for a professional career in IT.
1. Current enrollment in an accredited four-year college or university, has attained Junior or Senior standing, and must maintain 3.0 GPA.
2. Must be enrolled in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 semester (or 8 quarter) units of degree-oriented classes each semester (quarter) while employed as a Student Worker. For quarter system programs, students must attend at least 3 quarters each year.
3. School transcript must be submitted upon hire.
The student worker will primarily be employed to assist in the maintenance and support of Web sites, Web Content Management systems, and Web applications handled by the E-Government and Web Services Section. He or she will be required to perform a variety of tasks related to Web site design, development, and maintenance, but may also include general office and clerical tasks, support and training for clients and other related tasks.
Compensation & Benefits:
The rate of pay range is $14.03. Please note that this position is not a permanent civil service position with the City of Los Angeles. Therefore, the position is not eligible for any employee benefits.
The student must work a minimum of 21 hours a week and a maximum of 30 hours a week between the hours of 7AM to 5PM on weekdays.
How to Apply:
Email your resume to email@example.com with an email subject matter of “E-Government and Web Services – Student Worker Opportunity.” If there are any questions, please contact Susan Bautista at (213) 978-3392.
Deadline to apply is May 20, 2016.