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More planning than GIS, but take a look:
Here is a link to a GIS job opening at the City of Pasadena, CA:
And another GIS job at URS Corp. in Los Angeles, CA:
Digital Map Products is a local company that supports GIS integration across a number of platforms:
The City of Los Angeles Emergency Management Department (EMD) is currently taking applications for the Spring 2013 Emergency Management Internship program.
$18.59 per hour or course credit per higher education institution
EMD’s highly competitive internship program, in the nation’s 2nd largest city, is open to graduate students interested in emergency management information technology and pursuing a degree in computer science or business, computer information systems, database technology, or a related field. Interns will receive hands-on experience, as they will be fully integrated into the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and will be assigned projects related to implementing and maintaining technology in support of emergency operations, including hardware, software and automated systems and emergency management technology. Interns will have the opportunity to work with representatives from various City of Los Angeles departments, business partners, and non-profit organizations. All participants in this program will be assigned a mentor who is an experienced information technology professional.
“In summary, the global geo services industry is valued at up to $270 billion per year and pays out $90 billion in wages. In the U.S., it employs more than 500,000 people and is worth $73 billion. The infographic below illustrates some examples of the many benefits of maps, whether it’s improving agriculture irrigation systems or helping emergency response teams save lives.”
Read the full article at the Google LatLong Blog
This looks like a great job opening in the City of Santa Monica:
Some details below:
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The Los Angeles Department of City Planning is looking for intern and Student Professional Worker (SPW) candidates. Both the non-paid internship and paid SPW positions are available for Winter/Spring 2013 . Candidates are ideally available for 16 – 30 hours/week. Those selected will be working closely with professional planners on policy, research and community outreach efforts. The positions offer an enriching experience for new planners or students wishing to gain hands-on practice in urban planning.
Link to the website: http://www.planetizen.com/node/60312
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