Student Professional Worker
Exempt | Location: Civic Center
213-922-8679 email@example.com job description
The Department of General Services is looking for self-motivated and detail-oriented Student Professional Workers (SPW) to assist in the Management Information System Division (MIS).
Duties and Responsibilities: Perform clerical and administrative works; Process PO and documents in Financial Management System (FMS); including download phone bills, order office supplies, equipment, process FMS documents and others etc.; edit and format word documents, data entry; organizes and updates files for record retention and other duties assigned by the Supervisor.
SPWs will work independently, with a supervisor or on a teamwork. Good computer skill is preferable.
1. Candidates must be full-time College students, must have Sophomore status or be
in a graduate program full-time.
2. Candidates must be proficient in Word, Excel, Internet, PDF and good in number
3. Having a valid driver license with a clean driving record is preferred but not required.
Selection Process: Applications are subject to review. The most qualified candidates will be scheduled for interviews.
How to apply
Interested parties should submit the City application, their college or university transcript, and resume to:
Client Services Division Ill
111 E. 1 Street, RM.307
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Or you can send it by fax (213) 922-8514 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open until a sufficient number of applications have been received.
Students may work up to 20 hours per week while school is in session and up to 40 hours per week during school breaks; subject to supervisor's discretion.
If employment is said to be exempt, it is meant that the employment is exempted from the civil service provisions of the City Charter. In order to receive a regular civil service appointment, employees must have successfully participated in a civil service examination, received a high enough score on the examination to be placed on and receive an appointment from an eligible list, and they must serve a probationary period. Exempt employees do not compete in a civil service examination, they are not placed on an eligible list and receive an appointment from that list, nor do they serve a probationary period. As a result, exempt employees do not have what is referred to as a “property interest” in their job. Exempt employees serve at the will of the appointing authority and can be terminated at any time without cause. Employees with a property interest in their job, i.e. civil service employees, cannot be deprived of their employment(discharged or suspended) without due process.
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Employees Seeking To Become Civil Service Employees
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