Staff Internships

Following are staff internships which will be open for recruitment this fall and winter. Several additional internships are being designed now, and will be advertised later. To get more information, watch the Employment Bulletin, check the Berkeley Campus Personnel Office gopher, or call the Staff Internship Program at 642-7058.

Administrative Analyst, University-Oakland Metropolitan Forum. Identify forum resources to help with community development, research and analyze model of campus-community partnerships, and other related projects. Mentors, Victor Rubin, executive director, and Barbara Hadenfeldt, MSOII.

Programmer/Analyst III or Principal Administrative Analyst, The Vice Chancellor and Provost. Develop, for the vice chancellor and provost, reports on key management issues drawing institutional data from a variety of sources. Mentor: Eric Broque, assistant vice chancellor--budget and administration.

Administrative Analyst, Academic Personnel. Research, develop, and document database system interfaces and reports for academic personnel and other academic units. Mentor: Patti Owen, manager.

Computer Resource Specialist II, Administrative Systems Department. Work with ASD LAN system administrator to install and configure PC/MAC hardware and software, train ASD staff in internal access tools and mainframe applications. Mentors Steve Longenbohn, programmer/analyst, and Ryan Lai, manager, Administrative Systems Development.

Administrative or Senior Administrative Analyst, Academic Personnel. Provide academic management support to the vice chancellor in areas of academic personnel administration and policy guidance to academic administrators and staff. Mentor: Patti Owen, manager.

Programmer/Analyst I, Administrative Systems Department. Varied programming and analysis tasks on the Berkeley Encumbrance and Record Keeping System (BEARS) project team. Mentors: Kristin Hove, programmer/analyst III, and Ryan Lai, manager, Administrative Systems Development.

Administrative Assistant III, Agricultural and Resource Economics. Learn all aspects of personnel activities of an academic department. Design a new database including payroll and personnel action information. Mentors: Luise Parsons, administrative assistant III, and Barbara Halperin, management services officer II.

(Undergraduate) Assistant II, College of Chemistry. Advise College of Chemistry undergraduates and provide undergrad program assistance. Mentor: Sandy Rehling, student affairs officer IV.

Program Representative II, Public Affairs. Coordinate Cal Parents Program, plan Parents Day events, help develop a Parents Advocacy Network, and other assignments. Mentors: Linda Weimer, assistant vice chancellor, and Lani Shepp, director of Public Ceremonies.

Please note that classifications are estimates only.


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