Project Controls Internship

700 S Flower St

Application Deadline: Closed

SCRRA/ Metrolink Description

The Southern California Regional Rail Authority is the operator of the METROLINK Commuter Rail System. Visit our website at .

Students can work up to 1000 hours in a fiscal year (7.1.10- 6.30.11), receive a monthly transportation pass and earn $10/hr.


Resumes and/or applications must be received in the Metrolink offices at 700 S. Flower Street, Suite 2600, Los Angeles, California 90017-4101. FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION: Email your resume and application to [email protected] Completed application packages will be also be accepted in person, mailed to the same location, or faxed to (213) 452-0461.

If you believe you possess a disability that requires accommodation for the testing process, please provide notice with your application materials or call the Human Resources Division at (213) 452-0309. Proper supporting documentation may be requested by SCRRA in order to accommodate special needs of candidates.

SCRRA/ Metrolink 2 Part-time, Paid Responsibilities

Support the division with various projects. Help formulate and clean-up project management control work reports, in the form of Excel spreadsheets and project management software. Apply knowledge of project management roles and functions in maintaining work tools: Project Sponsor, Project Manager, scope, budget and schedule. Compile monthly project department reports in the form of PDF files. Assist with monthly organization of project files in the form of electronic files. Help to troubleshoot and develop improvements to project management work tools. Assist with closing project numbers this will require research, ability to run and analyze various reports, gather information by meeting with PMs, recommend and implement close-out as appropriate.

SCRRA/ Metrolink 2 Part-time, Paid Requirements

Student must be an undergraduate or graduate studying Construction Engineering, Information Technology or a related field. Intern must have a class schedule that allows them to work 3 days a week for at least 4 hours each day. Student must have knowledge of general office practices and procedures. Student will have the ability to organize work and handle multiple requests and priorities; a professional demeanor and good written/verbal communication skills is required.