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POSITION

Ada County Sheriff's Intern(s)

DESCRIPTION

Ada County Sheriff's Office is seeking to fill the following student internships:

•Jail Alternative Sentencing Program - Electronic Monitoring

•Inmate Learning Center - Ada County Jail

•GIS 

•Electrical Engineering

•Technical Writing/Criminal Justice - Jail Booking Training Manual

•Criminal Justice/Technical Writing - Ada County Jail Administrator Manual

•Business Systems Documentation - Crime Research & Planning Unit

•Business Systems Development - Crime Research & Planning Unit

•Video Production - Community Information

•Web Designer - Community Information

For a detailed description of each job listed, the required skills/qualifications and how to apply, click here.

OPEN

2/20/2012

CLOSES

On-Going

DESCRIPTION

ADA County Sherriff's Office Intership Opportunities

Available positions:

IT/Help Desk – Jail Video Visitation

Finance/Accounting Internship

Jail Research Internship

Technical Writing - Ada County Central Records

Inmate Learning Center – Ada County Jail

Business Systems Documentation - Crime Research & Planning Unit

Business Systems Development - Crime Research & Planning Unit

Jail Alternative Sentencing Program

Video Production - Community Information

Web Designer - Community Information

•For detailed information on each position, click here.

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS

Please note that you must meet our minimum hiring standards to be considered for an internship.  You can review our hiring standards at the following web link:  www.adasheriff.org/Careers/HiringStandards.aspx 

BUSINESS/EMPLOYER

Ada County Sherriff's Office

CONTACT

Angie Fisher - HR Selection & Internship Coordinator

PHONE

(208) 577-3554

EMAIL

afisher@adaweb.net

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please submit an application to our website at www.adasheriff.org/Careers.aspx

CLOSES

On-going opportunities

POSITION

CASA Intern - Child Advocacy

DESCRIPTION

The CASA Interns provide advocacy and management to assigned child protection cases; attends Staff meetings and various trainings, conferences and seminars to enhance professional growth and development as required; and, when appropriate, represents the agency at community meetings, events and trainings.  For a complete description of job responsibilities and  qualifications/requirements, click here.

SALARY/BENEFITS

Non-paid

BUSINESS/EMPLOYER

Third Judicial District GAL Program

CONTACT

Shannon K. Jones, Program Coordinator

PHONE

208-830-4531

LOCATION

Boise, ID

CLOSES

On-going