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The City of Ontario Information Technology Department has an excellent part-time, internship opportunity for a motivated individual interested in gaining valuable training and experience needed to enter the field of Information Technology. The Information Technology Intern will assist with supporting IT staff with operational assignments and tasks. This position plays a vital role in the City’s ability to effectively and professionally communicate with the public as well as to create a convenience alternative for conducting City business.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for learning and a desire to gain valuable, hands-on IT experience in a public sector setting. Working alongside technical support staff, the ITIntern will be exposed to a wide range of technical assignments and IT projects including the City’s IT Help Desk, asset management, e-waste processing, hardware, computer peripherals, desktop rollouts, and software upgrades.
The Administrative Intern is a part-time/temporary position, scheduled to work no more than 29 hours per week, andis not eligible to participate in the City’s health insurance or retirement plans.Interns have the ability to observe in and participate in a variety of tasks that support the overall operation of the assigned department. As with any internshipexperience, individuals with adesireto learn as much aspossible from experienced employeeswillhavethe greatest benefit fromtheir internshipexperience.
The City of Ontario reserves the right, if necessary, to accept applications from the first one hundred (100) qualified applicants for this position.
Background Check Requirement
The essential functions typically performed by the Administrative Intern assigned to the Information Technology Department include the following:
- Images andconfigures computers and other related equipment for City staff.
- Assists with answering the HelpDesk phone line and monitoring online request tickets.
- Troubleshoots technical issues related to computers, laptops, phones, and other devices.
- Maintains and reviews City equipment asset database.
- Assists with maintaining City surplus and e-waste equipment.
- Assists members of management, professional, and technical staff by performing basic administrative and technical assignments.
Equivalent to completion of two years of college at an accredited college/university with major course work inBusiness Administration, Computer Science, Computer Information Technology, or a related field.
Valid California Class C driver’s license and an acceptable driving record at the time of appointment and throughout employment.
Basic knowledge of devices such as computers, laptops, mobile phones, and printers. Knowledge of operating systems and programs including Windows and Microsoft Office.
Company: City of Ontario
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Ontario, CA, US
Application Deadline: N/A