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BROWSER AND OPERATING SYSTEM HINTS:
- NOTE: Not all web browsers are compatible with our online application system. If performance issues are experienced, we recommend you clear your temporary internet files, disable pop-up blockers, add as a trusted site or switch to another browser. In addition to IE, end users have had success with some Firefox and Safari browsers
Note: IE 7 is not compatible as well as Firefox on Apple/Mac. If using iPad, IPhone or Mac, use Safari.
NOTE: For returning applicants, please clear your temporary files (cache), prior to accessing the system.
- JOB SEARCH EMAIL FEATURE: You can now save your job searches and have future postings that meet your search criteria emailed to you. Once you are logged in or have registered, you can save your search, click the Email Job Agent matches box, and enter your email address. It is that easy! You can edit your saved searches and modify the email address or other details if that changes over time. There is no time limit or search limit. If you decide you no longer would like to get email notifications for that search, log in and delete the saved search. See the Set Up Email Notification for Future Postings link for more details.
County departments may hire and employ individuals in a temporary or seasonal status. These positions are compensated at an hourly rate that has been established in the County’s compensation plan. A temporary status or seasonal status position does not receive benefits or leave accruals. Temporary employment is generally limited to projects or assignments that last less than six months in duration or which have hours that are less than half-time for an unlimited duration of time. Seasonal employment may continue beyond six months to accommodate the season in which work can be accomplished outside.
If you are interested in any of these temporary employment opportunities, please follow the instructions contained in the job listing as to how to apply, who to contact, etc. A department contact is included who will facilitate applicant questions about the opportunity.
County departments may offer internship opportunities to students enrolled in a specific field of study. Internships are a great way for students to explore career options in public service, fulfill educational requirements and receive hands-on experience and mentorship from professionals in the field.
Current Internship opportunities are listed below. Internships may be paid or unpaid—see internship listing for this information. Interns do not receive benefits nor do they receive preference for hire following completion of the internship.