We are changing the way people "see" government.
We are innovative.
We are cutting edge.
We are dedicated.
We are hard working.
We are fun.
We are passionate about our work and providing the best service.
Benefits are a key reason why so many great people have joined our team.
"Our dedicated public employees are committed to a cause greater than personal ambition, and each day, they tackle many of our most urgent challenges and help move us closer to a more perfect Union."
- Former President Barack Obama
When you work for the County, you are making a difference in the lives of the residents and businesses we serve. You are helping people. You are making our community a better place to live and work. You are doing more than just "collecting a paycheck".
You will learn about County government and the processes that make it work. You will discover and learn new technology and how to apply it to our business.
Work with teams behind the scenes of the day to day interworking's of County services. Manage, support, design, build, and implement infrastructure, programming, programs, and initiatives. Collaborate with your peers and business partners to provide better service to the community.
The Student Intern Program is now accepting resumes for this summer 2018.
Please submit your resume by April 6th to be considered for the program.
The program runs mid June - August.
Send your resume to: email@example.com
Are you looking to start a career in the computer technology field and looking for some hands-on experience? If so, you should consider the internship program at the Alameda County Information Technology Department (ITD). The internship program at the Alameda County provides the interns an opportunity to work on the latest technologies solving real business problems under the guidance of an experienced professional. The intern gets to experience the processes, challenges, and deadlines that an IT professional would face in everyday work. The internship opportunity would range from developing applications to setting up a new server.
The program has proven to be rewarding for the internal IT staff as well as the interns, each learning from the other, discovering new views of what government work really looks like. Each intern is assigned a project to work on with assigned deliverables to be completed by the end of the program. The program provides the interns a collaborative space, leads to mentor and guide, ability to collaborate within a team, projects with deliverables, and attend classes to educate the interns about County government and the role technology plays in servicing the community.