Pontiac, MI - Discover what excites you this summer with a job or internship at Oakland County, especially if you're a college student seeking experience in your major. Positions for teens and those who are interested in summer work are also available. Applications are now open.
Oakland County summer jobs pay between $12.05 and $19.79 per hour, depending on job classification, and run from mid-April to mid-September. Apply on-line at oakgov.com/jobs or call 248-858-0530 for more information.
Oakland County Children's Village is on the hunt for a criminal justice intern while other departments want criminal justice/casework assistants for the summer. Health Division is filling positions for an epidemiologist intern, sanitarian interns, and health education assistants. The Treasurer's Office is hiring a student position in public relations, marketing, communications, and office and administrative support. Corporation Counsel is seeking a law clerk intern.
Oakland County is also looking for business students to be summer business assistants and clerks. These positions have college enrollment and credit hour requirements.
Teens 16 years old and older may apply to be a parks attendant, lifeguard, or other positions at Oakland County Parks and Recreation. The county requires applicants under 18 who have not completed high school to obtain working papers at the time of hire. Also, teens under 18 must have written parental consent for the employment physical and a parent or guardian must be present for a TB skin test.
Oakland County Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center is hiring summer animal census workers. Plus, the county has summer seasonal labor positions available. Applicants for both positions must be at least 18 years old and have a valid driver's license, but do not need to attend college.