DESCRIPTION OF POSSIBLE DUTIES FOR OHL

The selected intern(s) will work on one or more projects under the guidance of staff members and also independently, depending on the specific project(s).

Interns will be expected to provide support to the CEO and board of OHL in administering planning and zoning cases; updating us on City plans; files documents and maintains records in accordance with City policies that directly affect OHL; conducts outreach activities with neighborhoods; provides assistance on projects pertaining to City facilities; assists with preparation of annexation petitions and other documents related to land use and development; perform a variety of professional duties in support of OHL.

Answer questions and provide information to the public; research information and assist higher level planning staff with inquiries pertaining to current or comprehensive planning.

Research, collect, compile, record and summarize technical data; assist higher level planning staff assemble documentation for projects and presentations.

Assist higher level staff in the implementation of the geographic information system (GIS) by performing research, data entry and site inspections.

Assist in the enhancement of the department’s record keeping system by organizing and computerizing files.

Participate in a variety of special projects as assigned.

Assist program and curriculum developer with program determination and outcomes based on zones and district

Attend partnership meetings with the CEO of OHL to determine placement and funding options for selected programing

INTERNSHIP TYPE/COMMITMENT

Time Commitment

Minimum 15 hours per week, 3-6 month commitment preferred.

SALARY

Unpaid; College credits may be arranged; Work experience at an established non-profit organization.

Requested Start Date

Summer, Fall 2019

INTERNS REQUESTED

2

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