Available GCIP Internships

The following internship opportunities are available in county governments across the state. All applications must be made directly to the county through the link, email address, or contact provided. The listing for each internship opportunity was created and submitted by the county in accordance with their employment policies and practices. These positions are posted through the Foundation website as a courtesy to county grant participants to increase visibility and interest in these internship opportunities. Any questions about these positions should be directed to the county.

  • GIS Internship (Bartow County)

    Location: Bartow County

    City: Cartersville

    Department: GIS

    Contact: Kathy Gill

    Phone Number: 770-387-5030

    Email: [email protected]

    Description

    This Georgia County Internship Program (GCIP) funded position is responsible for providing Geographic
    Information Services (GIS) support to Bartow County as directed by the GIS Supervisor. To be eligible for this
    position the candidate must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student or have graduated
    within six months of the start date of this internship.

    MAJOR DUTIES
     Creates and edits GIS data in support of the County’s GIS department.
     Conducts research from a variety of sources, including plats and deeds, to create a GIS cemetery layer.
     Identify potentially abandoned cemeteries for review by the County.
     Assists GIS staff in updating GIS data to Next Generation 911 standards.
     Utilize geoprocessing tools to repair geometry errors in street and response layers.
     Assist GIS staff in developing GIS models and/or scripts.
     Assist with quality control of GIS attributes and maintain metadata for content created.
     Performs other duties as assigned.

    KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION
     Knowledge of GIS principles and practices.
     Knowledge of GIS software including ArcGIS, ArcMap and/or ArcGIS Pro.
     Skill in researching data from various sources.
     Skill in prioritizing and organizing work.
     Skill in oral and written communication.
     Knowledge of Plats and Deeds research is advantageous.
     Knowledge of ArcGIS ModelBuilder and geoprocessing tools is advantageous.
     Knowledge of Python and SQL is advantageous.

    SUPERVISORY CONTROLS
    The Information Services Director provides administrative supervision while the GIS Supervisor is responsible for
    GIS related guidance and training.

    GUIDELINES
    Guidelines include GIS standards, department policies and procedures. These guidelines are generally clear and
    specific but may require some interpretation in application.

    COMPLEXITY/SCOPE OF WORK
     The work consists of related technical duties requiring knowledge of GIS equivalent to college or university
    level proficiency.
     The purpose of this position is to perform technical and analytical duties related to the maintenance of the
    county's GIS data and applications. Success in this position contributes to the accuracy and reliability of the
    GIS database and overall system.
    GIS Intern, Information Services

    CONTACTS
     Contacts are typically with co-workers, other county employees, contractors, vendors, and members of the
    general public.
     Contact with others are typically to provide services, to give or exchange information, or to resolve problems.
    PHYSICAL DEMANDS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT
     The work is typically performed while sitting at a desk or table.
     The work is typically performed in an office.
    SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY
    None.

    Qualifications

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
     To be eligible for this position the candidate must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate
    student or have graduated within six months of the start date of this internship.
     Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually
    associated with three to five years of study at the undergraduate or graduate level.

    To apply for this position, fill out and save the County Application Form to your computer, then submit to the County Supervisor listed above by email.

    Date Posted: 03/07/2022

    Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

    Start Date: May 2022

    Duration: 200 hours

    Hours Per Week: Varies by county.

    Salary: $12/hr

  • Engineering Internship (Bartow County)

    Location: Bartow County

    City: Cartersville

    Department: Engineering

    Contact: Bartow County Human Resources Office

    Phone Number: NA

    Email: [email protected]

    Description

    This is a Summer 2022 internship position that is responsible for assisting the Engineering Division with
    reviewing development plans, preparing reports, and inspecting stormwater and development
    infrastructure. The position reports to the County Engineer.

    This internship provides an educational benefit regarding civil and environmental engineering. The intern
    will assist the Engineering Division with simple plan reviews including residential drainage plans and
    tertiary plans, assist with Erosion & Sedimentation (E&S) inspections at larger developments such as
    distribution facilities and subdivisions, and assist in geotechnical testing such as proof roll testing required
    for subdivision roads to be accepted by the county.
    Office work combined with field work is essential to the overall understanding. The intern will be trained
    in plan review and shown in the field what they are reviewing and why. They will be taught the
    development process, and the steps taken at the beginning stages of development not generally taught in
    college courses. They will also be shown the steps engineers must take when developing a conceptual
    design drawing (e.g., floodplain, wetlands, site constraints), getting site plans approved and permitted
    prior to construction.

    MAJOR DUTIES
    • Review construction design plans for construction projects to ensure compliance with the
    county Development Regulations and Erosion & Sedimentation and Pollution Control
    Ordinances within county boundaries.
    • Review site plans and plats and provide comments for approval.
    • Communicates with staff, the professional community and the general public in matters
    related to engineering project goals, problems, and solutions.
    • Learn more about various stormwater, traffic and erosion control problems.
    • Aid with division activities to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations and with
    county codes and ordinances.
    • Assists with the county’s MS4 Stormwater Management Program.
    • Inspects new stormwater infrastructure and roads in new developments.

    KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION
    • Knowledge of civil engineering principles and practices.
    • Willingness to learn techniques, equipment and materials used in traffic, storm water, and
    erosion control construction and maintenance.
    • Skill in scheduling, assigning and prioritizing work.
    • Skill in the use of computers and job-related software programs including Microsoft Office
    (Excel, Word, Powerpoint), Adobe Acrobat.
    • Skill in oral and written communication.
    Eng ineering Division Intern, Community Development

    SUPERVISORY CONTROLS
    The County Engineer assigns work in terms of division goals and objectives. Work is reviewed
    through reports, and observation of division activities.

    GUIDELINES
    Guidelines include the Bartow County Code of Ordinances, Georgia Department of
    Transportation specifications, the Manual for Erosion and Sediment Control, the Georgia
    Stormwater Management Manual, the Code of Federal Regulations, Georgia Department of
    Transportation specifications, the Official Code of Georgia – Annotated, the Manual on Uniform
    Traffic Control Devices, and other relevant local, state and federal laws. These guidelines require
    judgment, selection and interpretation in application.

    COMPLEXITY/SCOPE OF WORK
    • The work consists of varied duties including plan review and jobsite inspections. Strict
    regulations and the unique nature of each project contribute to the complexity of the position.
    • The purpose of this position is to assist with the county's engineering functions. Successful
    performance ensures the proper construction and maintenance of county infrastructure.

    CONTACTS
    • Contacts are typically with co-workers, other county employees, contractors, and the public.
    • Contacts are typically to give or exchange information, resolve problems, provide services,
    and negotiate or settle matters.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT
    • The work is typically performed while sitting at a desk or table or while intermittently sitting,
    standing or stooping. The employee occasionally lifts light objects and must distinguish
    between shades of color.
    • The work is typically performed both indoors and outdoors at work sites, occasionally in cold
    or inclement weather.

    SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY
    None.

    Submit resume to Bartow County Human Resources, 135 West Cherokee Ave. St. 256 Cartersville,
    Georgia 30120 or email a pdf file of the resume to [email protected] and
    [email protected]

    Qualifications

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
    • College student or recent college graduate that can provide proof that their graduation was within
    six months of the start date.
    • High school student who is dually enrolled in a college program in good standing.
    • 16 years of age or older.
    • Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with the completion of a
    baccalaureate degree in a course of study related to the occupational field.
    • Experience sufficient to thoroughly understand the objectives and goals of the internship.
    • Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Georgia for
    the type of vehicle or equipment operated.

    To apply for this position, fill out and save the County Application Form to your computer, then submit to the County Supervisor listed above by email.

    Date Posted: 03/07/2022

    Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

    Start Date: May 2022

    Duration: 200 hours

    Hours Per Week: Varies by county.

    Salary: $12/hr

  • Digital Media Intern (Bulloch County)

    Location: Bulloch County

    City: Statesboro

    Department: Community Relations

    Contact: http://bullochcounty.net/jobs/

    Phone Number: NA

    Email: NA

    Description

    Bulloch County is seeking an intern to create digital media content (photography, videography, graphics, etc.) that will inform and connect with County employees, applicants, citizens, and visitors. The selected intern will attend meetings, visit County departments, and observe County operations to identify activities and themes to be used in digital media format; prepare scripts for video products; capture photos and video segments; and edit video and other content to ensure a seamless and professional end result. A creative individual with videography experience is desired; access to video equipment and/or editing software is a plus. Acceptable driver’s history and criminal background are required. To qualify for this internship, candidates must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate (including high school/college dual enrollment) or graduate degree program or must have graduated from college within six months of the internship start date. The assignment will begin no sooner than May 1, 2022, and end no later than September 30, 2022; the intern will work no more than 200 total hours during the internship. Pay rate is $14.00 per hour. (NOTE: When applying, please include a resume and a letter of interest.)

    Visit http://bullochcounty.net/jobs/ to apply.

    Qualifications

    To apply for this position, fill out and save the County Application Form to your computer, then submit to the County Supervisor listed above by email.

    Date Posted: 03/07/2022

    Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

    Start Date: May 2022

    Duration: 200 hours

    Hours Per Week: Varies by county.

    Salary: $14/hr

  • Administration Internship (Camden County )

    Location: Camden County

    City: Woodbine

    Department: County Clerk

    Contact: Julie Haigler

    Phone Number: 912-576-9631

    Email: [email protected]

    Description

    Camden County Administration Internship – Job Description

    Function of Agency:

    The mission of Camden County Government is to deliver Defined County Services with Exceptional Customer Service and in a Financially Sustainable and Transparent Manner.

     

    Intern Duties/Responsibilities:

    County Clerk Internship Components:

    1. Update certain ordinances within the Official Code of Ordinance book
    2. Coordinate printing professionally (locally)
    3. Distribute the books to the Board, Staff, and Judges

     

    The intern will work closely with the County Clerk to update the Official Code of Ordinance book. 

    The intern will review the code of ordinances and update language, specifically gender specific language.  The intern would also work with various departments to make updates to ordinances that pertain to that specific department. 

    Human Resources Internship Components:

    1. Revise and reformat current County Policies and Procedures manual document.
    2. Work with HR staff to make recommendations of current policies and procedures.

    The intern will work closely with the Human Resources Director and Human Resources Specialist to revise and update the current policies and procedures manual. 

    The primary objective is to convert the current manual into a master document that is easier to edit and would allow for more modern use, such as hyperlinks from the table of contents.  The intern will research best practices and provide recommendations to HR staff of potential policy and procedure updates. 

    The internship will take place between the months of May through September, it may not exceed 200 hours, and the intern will be compensated $12 per hour.  

     

    Applicant Evaluation and Selection Criteria:

    Interested students will submit the following:

    • Cover letter
    • Copy of resume

    Additionally, applicants must have a clean criminal history and be able pass a drug screen. 

    Qualifications

    Educational Requirements:

    This position is best suited for undergraduates, graduate students, or recent college graduates (must prove graduation was within one year) with backgrounds in:  Political Science, Public Administration, Law, Public Affairs, Communications, Public Relations, Public Policy, Human Services or related fields.

     

    Skills, Training or Qualifications:

    • Computer Skills - Must be able to use Microsoft Office products.
    • Communication Skills - Ability to listen to and understand directives; ability to write and speak in an understandable, accurate, positive manner. Must be able to gather pertinent information quickly and accurately; able to communicate the information professionally and precisely to the proper recipient. Must be able to maintain a high level of accuracy, be courteous with other employees, the public and user agencies. To be able to read and understand correspondence, memoranda and directives.
    • Decision Making Skills - Act in a decisive manner, use good judgment. Able to assess problems and situations quickly, able to anticipate needs and avoid overreaction, to maintain flexibility in adjusting to situations and procedures, to support and carry out directives.
    • Interpersonal Relationship Skills - Be consistent in dealing with people, personal integrity, sensitivity to other’s problems without direct involvement, exclusion of personal biases from work performance, ability to accept discipline, tact and diplomacy, promoting a cooperative, positive attitude, political sensitivity.
    • Professional Attitude Skills - Emotional stability, self-motivation, loyalty and commitment to the organization, willingness to take initiative, dependability, maturity in relationships with others, personal appearance, self-confidence.
    • Working Skills - Able to produce HIGH quality accurate work. Able to detect and correct errors, able to perform tasks simultaneously if necessary. Able to coordinate heavy work load to maintain organization. Able to utilize work time properly.
    • Personal Skills - Highly reliable, ability to maintain high degree of confidentiality, flexible in scheduling needs, ability to maintain a calm demeanor under high levels of stress.

     

    To apply for this position, fill out and save the County Application Form to your computer, then submit to the County Supervisor listed above by email.

    Date Posted: 03/07/2022

    Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

    Start Date: May 2022

    Duration: 200 hours

    Hours Per Week: Varies by county.

    Salary: $12/hr

  • Public Works Internship (Camden County )

    Location: Camden County

    City: Woodbine

    Department: Public Works

    Contact: Julie Haigler

    Phone Number: 912-576-9631

    Email: [email protected]

    Description

    Camden County Public Works Internship – Job Description

    Function of Agency:

    The mission of Camden County Government is to deliver Defined County Services with Exceptional Customer Service and in a Financially Sustainable and Transparent Manner.

     

    Intern Duties/Responsibilities:

    Public Works Internship components:

    1. Identify, collect, and plot GIS points for cross pipes located under roads, and county owned outfall ditches. (This is in the field work).
    2. Complete a bridge asset inventory with photo documentation of all of our county bridges to update our records. (This is in the field work).
    3. The intern would use resources at superior court to locate subdivision plats and deeds and to research survey data if necessary;
    4. Research County Board of Commission minutes to obtain all necessary supporting documentation for our county roads if necessary;

    The intern will work closely with the Public Works Director to accomplish the tasks outlined above.  The intern will be creating the much-needed foundation that could be easily maintained moving forward.

    The intern will be helping us update our GIS Database by plotting the locations of all outfall ditches and culverts with the support of our County Supervisors and Director. 

    The internship will take place between the months of May through September, it may not exceed 200 hours, and the intern will be compensated $12 per hour.   The hours and days can be flexible, schedule will be discussed and agreed upon at the time the offer is made.

    Applicant Evaluation and Selection Criteria:

    Interested students will submit the following:

    • Cover letter
    • Copy of resume

    Additionally, applicants must have a clean criminal history and be able pass a drug screen. 

     

    Qualifications

    Educational Requirements:

    This position is best suited for undergraduates, graduate students, or recent college graduates (must prove graduation was within one year) with backgrounds in:  Business Administration, Urban Planning and Development, Construction, Political Science, Public Administration, Law, Public Affairs, Communications, Public Relations, Public Policy, or related fields.

     

    Skills, Training or Qualifications:

    • Computer Skills - Must be able to use Microsoft Office products.
    • Communication Skills - Ability to listen to and understand directives; ability to write and speak in an understandable, accurate, positive manner. Must be able to gather pertinent information quickly and accurately; able to communicate the information professionally and precisely to the proper recipient. Must be able to maintain a high level of accuracy, be courteous with other employees, the public and user agencies. To be able to read and understand correspondence, memoranda and directives.
    • Decision Making Skills - Act in a decisive manner, use good judgment. Able to assess problems and situations quickly, able to anticipate needs and avoid overreaction, to maintain flexibility in adjusting to situations and procedures, to support and carry out directives.
    • Interpersonal Relationship Skills - Be consistent in dealing with people, personal integrity, sensitivity to other’s problems without direct involvement, exclusion of personal biases from work performance, ability to accept discipline, tact and diplomacy, promoting a cooperative, positive attitude, political sensitivity.
    • Professional Attitude Skills - Emotional stability, self-motivation, loyalty and commitment to the organization, willingness to take initiative, dependability, maturity in relationships with others, personal appearance, self-confidence.
    • Working Skills - Able to produce HIGH quality accurate work. Able to detect and correct errors, able to perform tasks simultaneously if necessary. Able to coordinate heavy work load to maintain organization. Able to utilize work time properly.
    • Personal Skills - Highly reliable, ability to maintain high degree of confidentiality, flexible in scheduling needs, ability to maintain a calm demeanor under high levels of stress.

     

    To apply for this position, fill out and save the County Application Form to your computer, then submit to the County Supervisor listed above by email.

    Date Posted: 03/07/2022

    Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

    Start Date: May 2022

    Duration: 200 hours

    Hours Per Week: Varies by county.

    Salary: $12/hr

  • Probate Court Internship (Meriwether County )

    Location: Meriwether County

    City: Greenville

    Department: Probate Court

    Contact: Valerie Chambers

    Phone Number: (706) 672-2057

    Email: [email protected]

    Description

    Job Summary

    The purpose of this internship is to assist the probate judge in preparing for civil and criminal cases in both probate and superior court. This is an ideal position for college students interested in law school as a career path or a law student.

    The intern will have the opportunity to see the practice of law first-hand by researching cases, interacting with lawyers and court staff, and observing the role of witnesses and evidence in court proceedings. The intern will also participate in the routine side of court operations, including issuance of licenses and permits.

    Over the course of the internship, the intern will see a case from start to finish from the time it is filed until the case is resolved in court. Additionally, the intern will be exposed to all aspects of litigation and how legal decisions are made in both criminal and civil cases. 

    Essential Functions

    Duties include:

     * Preparation of files for both pre and post court proceedings, which includes interacting with lawyers, the district attorney, and pro se litigants;

    * Providing research assistance on court matters as assigned by the judge;

    * Assisting with the issuance of marriage licenses and gun permits; and

    * General assistance to the judge on all aspects of litigation which will allow the intern to actively observe court proceedings.

    Qualifications

    Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Required for Job Performance

    Must be an undergraduate or graduate student, a recent college graduate, or a law student.

    Must be able to speak and write in the English language and have good verbal and written communication skills.

    Must possess a valid driver’s license.

    Working Conditions/Physical Demands

    Work will include both office and field work using maps, computers, calculators, and other business machines. This position may require walking, standing, bending, stooping, pushing, seeing, hearing, repetitive motions, mild lifting of weight up to 50 lbs without accommodation. Most physical demands are compared to those needed for light to medium work assignments. A physical exam may be required annually.

    To apply for this position, fill out and save the County Application Form to your computer, then submit to the County Supervisor listed above by email.

    Date Posted: 03/07/2022

    Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

    Start Date: May 2022

    Duration: 200 hours

    Hours Per Week: Varies by county.

    Salary: $12/hr

  • Technology Project Internship (Warren County)

    Location: Warren County

    City: Warrenton

    Department: Community Relations

    Contact: Jeffrey Fowler

    Phone Number: 706-465-9604

    Email: [email protected]

    Description

    SUMMARY OF MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

     To assist with the implementation of technology projects in Warren County, GA. Works with the Community Relations & Project Director and Tourism & Technology Coordinator to learn about projects and complete tasks as assigned.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Aid with the implementation of the Asset Management System for Warren County.
    • Add items and data to the Asset Management System.
    • Support project of moving documents from hard copies into the cloud.
    • Work with the Director to improve the programs of computer replacement, storage, and retirement.
    • Execute the installation of new computers, new software, etc. as needed.
    • Asist with the installation of new security systems to County buildings.
    • Undertake creation and improvement of webpages for the County government departments.
    • Assist with the addition of items to the Gov Deals website as needed.
    • Finalize the County wide email signature program.
    • Complete other technology related projects as assigned by the Director.

    Qualifications

    SKILLS & ABILITIES

    • Eager to learn and work with various departments in the company.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
    • Ability to multitask.
    • Self-directed and able to work with short periods without supervision.
    • Energetic and eager to tackle new projects and ideas.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT

    • The work is typically performed while setting at a desk or table.
    • The work is typically performed in an office setting.
    • Projects could lead to light physical labor as needed.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    • High school degree or equivalent; must be enrolled in an accredited university/college program to receive credit.
    • Must be 18 years of age.
    • Able to work during the week from the hours of 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM.

    To apply for this position, fill out and save the County Application Form to your computer, then submit to the County Supervisor listed above by email.

    Date Posted: 03/07/2022

    Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

    Start Date: May 2022

    Duration: 200 hours

    Hours Per Week: Varies by county.

    Salary: $12/hr

  • Building and Zoning Intern (Upson County)

    Location: Upson County

    City: Thomaston

    Department: Building and Zoning Department

    Contact: Doug Currier

    Phone Number: 706/647-1297

    Email: [email protected]

    Description

    JOB SUMMARY
    This position is responsible for specifically-assigned planning and zoning-related projects and assisting with
    general departmental duties.

    MAJOR DUTIES
    • Completes any tasks specifically assigned to the intern position with assistance from the appropriate
    resources.
    • Assists the Building and Zoning Director with his/her duties related to comprehensive planning, general
    planning, zoning, ordinance drafting, research, occupation tax, subdivision review, census work, etc.
    • Assists with support of the Planning Commission.
    • Assists with answering the departmental phone to aid callers or to direct callers to the appropriate
    department.
    • Assists in greeting walk-in citizens, departmental visitors and customers to assist them or to direct them to the
    appropriate department or staff member.
    • Answers basic questions regarding planning, zoning, subdivision review, building permitting and inspections,
    occupation taxation, code enforcement and other department-related responsibilities.
    • Assists the public in completing the various applications and forms related to departmental responsibilities.
    • Assists in collecting fees and taxes and issues receipts
    • Assists in Issuing simple, basic building permits.
    • Attends professional training, conferences, and seminars.
    • Assists and helps promote annual Building Safety Month when available.
    • Researches projects as requested.
    • Interprets zoning maps.
    • Performs related duties.

    KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION
    • Knowledge of basic land use regulation principles.
    • Knowledge of basic real property-related tools, such as legal descriptions, tax assessor records, deeds, plats,
    etc.
    • Knowledge of basic land development and construction principles, methods and techniques.
    • Knowledge of office practices.
    • Knowledge of map interpretation and simple construction and site plans.
    • Knowledge of record retention practices and policies.
    • Skill in operating office equipment such as computers, scanner, facsimile, printer, calculator as well as job
    related software.
    • Skill in preparing clear and concise reports.
    • Skill in oral and written communication.
    • Skill in interpersonal and customer relations and establishing and maintaining effective working relationships.
    • Skill in collaboration.

    SUPERVISORY CONTROLS
    The Director of Building and Zoning assigns work in terms of general instructions. The supervisor spot checks
    completed work for compliance with procedures, accuracy, and the nature and propriety of the final results.

    GUIDELINES
    Guidelines include Upson County Code of Ordinances, department policies and procedures and the Georgia
    County Internship Program Grant Agreement. These guidelines are clear and specific but may require some
    interpretation in application.

    COMPLEXITY/SCOPE OF WORK
    • The work consists of land development regulation activities and related clerical, customer service, and
    administrative duties. Use of computer programs and the amount of information in the Code of Ordinances to
    decipher contributes to the complexity of the position.
    • The purpose of this position is complete specified projects and to provide general departmental support duties
    to the Building and Zoning Director. Successful performance in this position helps ensure efficiency and
    effectiveness of the office.

    CONTACTS
    • Contacts are typically co-workers, citizens, contractors, vendors, other county staff and elected officials.
    • Contacts are typically to exchange information to provide services and to resolve problems.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT
    • The work is typically performed while sitting at a desk, or while intermittently sitting, standing, stooping or
    walking. The employee occasionally lifts light objects and climbs ladders.
    • The work is typically performed in an office.

    Qualifications

    • Preferred: Currently enrolled in an accredited university graduate urban and regional planning or public
    administration program
    • Will be Considered: Currently enrolled in an accredited university undergraduate urban and regional planning
    program or public administration program
    • Available to work, full time, for 12-16 weeks between May 1 and September 1, 2022
    • Submit a cover letter, resume and a complete Upson County Employment Application Form to: Building and
    Zoning Director, Upson County Building and Zoning Dept. 305 S. Hightower Street, Suite D-100, Thomaston,
    GA 30286 OR [email protected]
    • Complete and submit the ACCG Intern Consent Form, permitting use of information about the intern for
    reporting, promotional and data collection and analysis purposes
    • By the end of employment, have provided draft grant-related ordinances
    • Complete the ACCG Intern Information Form following hire
    • Complete the ACCG Intern Evaluation Form at the end of the internship
    • Possess or have the ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the intern’s home state or by the
    State of Georgia for the type of vehicle or equipment operated.
    • Subject to Pre-Employment Drug Testing and Random Employee Drug Test Program

    To apply for this position, fill out and save the County Application Form to your computer, then submit to the County Supervisor listed above by email.

    Date Posted: 04/21/2022

    Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

    Start Date: May 2022

    Duration: 12-16 weeks

    Hours Per Week: Varies by county.

    Salary: $12/hr

  • Records Technician and Compliance Internship (Cherokee County)

    Location: Cherokee County

    City: Canton

    Department: Clerk of Courts

    Contact: Brook Wilson

    Phone Number: NA

    Email: [email protected]

    Description

    The records retention internship project will consist of an intern evaluating the court’s current files, and
    re-classing files based on the case’s disposition date. Certain records have different retention schedules
    based on the case matter. The cases are currently filed by year, but should be filed by the disposition
    date, which is the date in which the court makes a final ruling in the case. The intern will be tasked with
    researching the case file in the court’s system and ensuring that all items in the physical case file have
    been digitally recorded. The internship will be a total of 200 hours to be completed during the summer
    semester (May 1 – Sept 1).

    Full description available at Microsoft Word - Job Description - Clerk of Courts - Grant Intern (cherokeega.com)

    Qualifications

    See above. 

    To apply for this position, fill out and save the County Application Form to your computer, then submit to the County Supervisor listed above by email.

    Date Posted: 04/21/2022

    Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

    Start Date: May 2022

    Duration: 200 hours

    Hours Per Week: Varies by county.

    Salary: $12/hr

  • Keep Cherokee Beautiful Internship (Cherokee County)

    Location: Cherokee County

    City: Canton

    Department: Communications

    Contact: Andrea Barker

    Phone Number: NA

    Email: [email protected]

    Description

    The primary focus of the position will be the marketing, promotion, and implementation of the Keep
    Cherokee Beautiful and recycling programs to prevent and reduce litter in the community.
    The position is funded primarily through a grant from the Association of County Commissioners of
    Georgia with additional funds from Keep Cherokee Beautiful. The primary dates of the program are
    May 1, 2022 through September 30, 2022.

    For more details, see https://munisweb.cherokeega.com/hr/Postings/KCB%20intern%202022%20JD_DRAFT.pdf 

    Qualifications

    Education and Experience
    Undergraduate student, graduate student, recent college graduate, or a high school student
    16 years of age or older who is dually enrolled in a college program.
    Any combination of education, training, and experience that provides the required knowledge
    and skills is acceptable.

     

    For more details, see https://munisweb.cherokeega.com/hr/Postings/KCB%20intern%202022%20JD_DRAFT.pdf 

    To apply for this position, fill out and save the County Application Form to your computer, then submit to the County Supervisor listed above by email.

    Date Posted: 04/21/2022

    Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

    Start Date: May 2022

    Duration: 200 hours

    Hours Per Week: Varies by county.

    Salary: $12/hr

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    Location:

    City: Canton

    Department: Parks and Recreation

    Contact:

    Phone Number:

    Email: Apply through county website at https://munisweb.cherokeega.com/MSS/default.aspx

    Description

     

     

    For more details, see https://munisweb.cherokeega.com/hr/Postings/Parks%20Intern_2022_J.D.pdf

    Qualifications

    To apply for this position, fill out and save the County Application Form to your computer, then submit to the County Supervisor listed above by email.

    Date Posted: 04/21/2022

    Deadline to Apply:

    Start Date:

    Duration:

    Hours Per Week:

    Salary: