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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.
Seasonal Laborer - DTD
The Transportation Maintenance Division is seeking active, energetic persons to work in the Road, Bridge and Traffic sections on a temporary basis. The laborer position will perform manual work almost exclusively outdoors. They will be subjected to adverse weather conditions including rain, snow, sleet, and extremely cold, warm or hot temperatures. The laborer position may also be subjected to other uncomfortable working conditions such as excessive noise and dust. Additionally, they may be required to work around poison oak, hot oil, asphalt, and chemical spray. This job requires long periods of standing on hard surfaces. The laborer position will perform accurate assignments from oral or written instructions with, at times, a minimum of supervision; operate assigned vehicles and equipment effectively and safely. Flagging (traffic control) and working on the brushing crew are common tasks for the laborer position.
Standard hours of operation: 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM, Monday-Thursday. There may be some overtime work.
This is NOT a permanent, classified position. The work season for this position is March 1 through December 31st. An employee can work for only eight months during the season. There are NO benefits. This is NOT a union position.
Other Requirements: 18 years or older, Possession of a valid Oregon Driver's License. Clean driving record as defined by Clackamas County Policy. Pass a pre-employment drug screen
Clackamas County is a drug-free, equal opportunity employer
TO APPLY: Please mail or return the Seasonal Laborer Application to:
Clackamas County Transportation Maintenance Division, 902 Abernathy Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045
Contacts: Jamie Dowdy, Administrative Analyst 503-650-3203
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.
Water Environmental Services Intern
Water Environment Services has three (3) openings for summer interns at it's Tri-City Wastewater Treatment Plant in Oregon City and the Kellog Wastewater Control Plant in Milwaukie beginning the summer of 2013.
Duties: The interns will be responsible for working directly with and under the supervision of the Construction and Engineering teams as well as treatment plant staff to consilidate current as built/record drawings into a single package and field verify the information on the existing drawings.
Intern Qualifications: - Currently enrolled in a four-year Engineering Technology program at an accredited college - Knowledge of engineering principles, practices and methods. - Knowledge of engineering related computer applications such as AutoCAD systems, GIS, modeling software, GIS or AutoCAD experience and knowledge of drafting techniques. - Proficient on all Microsoft Office products. - Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. - Detail and schedule oriented. - Strong organizational skills and be self motivated.
Hours of work: Full time, 40 house a week
Day shift: Specific hours to be determined, between 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., M-F
TO APPLY: Submit your letter of interest indicating: Your experience. How your knowledge and experience fit the qualifications noted above. Why you are interested in the position
Submit via mail to Water Environment Services, Attention Kim Wollenburg, 2051 Beavercreek Road, Oregon City, OR 97045 or email to email@example.com
Deadline for submissions is May 30, 2013