$0.00-$478.93 Hourly / $0.00-$0.00 BiWeekly /
In a state agency or facility this class is established as a structured internship program designed to prepare undergraduate and graduate college students for professional careers in administration, managerial and technical occupations by alternating periods of academic study and practical work experience in their chosen discipline.
Works under the general supervision of an administrative official who reviews the progress of the program and the direct supervision of an employee designated by the administrator who reviews and rates work performance.
Receives practical training in application of theories and concepts relevant to work of employing agency; assists professional staff in performance of their duties; completes independent assignments as necessary; may prepare reports.
Sufficient knowledge of principles, theories and concepts of appropriate discipline to apply them in practical situations.
Current matriculation in an Associate's, Bachelor's or Master's degree program determined by the Commissioner of the Department of Administrative Services or his/her designee to be appropriate preparation for employment in the designated agency and/or functional area.
Compensation will be based on Job Function in accordance with the following schedule.
|Accounting, Auditing, Business and Regulation functions||$12.00/hr.|
|Information Technology and Systems Analysis||$14.00/hr.|
|Health Professions, Dietetics, Therapies||$12.00/hr.|
|Social, Behavioral Sciences, Human Services Programs||$12.00/hr.|
|Technical, Laboratory, Scientific or Technical Research,|
|non-Engineering Field Studies||$12.00/hr.|
1. Applicants who have completed a previous internship in the same field may be granted additional compensation of $.50/hr.
2. Applicants who have passed actuarial society exams may be granted additional compensation of $.50/hr.
3. Applicants matriculated in a Master's degree program in an academic area directly related to the job function may be granted additional compensation of $1.00/ hr.
4. Internships not specifically covered by the above examples will be assigned to the job function most related.
This replaces the existing specification for the class of Cooperative Education Intern at $8.25 - 14.00 per hour approved effective April 3, 2000. (Revised to adjust hourly wage rates)