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8 days ago

Customer Service Representative I - Paratransit

Capital Metro Austin, TX

This position is an entry level Customer Service Representative in Paratransit for the MetroAccess Control Center. This position requires the ability… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

VP, Real Estate and Master Facility Planning

Capital Metro Austin, TX

Manages, directs, and supervises the activities of personnel and consultants engaged in real estate activities including, but not limited to, real… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Civil Engineering Intern

Capital Metro Austin, TX

Under the direction of the Senior Civil Engineer, the Civil Engineer Intern supports rail capital projects and civil/rail inspection activities by… Glassdoor


30 days ago

Intern - Help Desk

Capital Metro Austin, TX

Perform professional support work in the Information Technology Department. Will work with the Help Desk team in configuring, deploying and retiring… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Support Specialist II, Paratransit

Capital Metro Austin, TX

This position provides administrative and clerical support to staff to facilitate day-to-day and long range activities of the MetroAccess department… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Marketing Coordinator

Capital Metro Austin, TX

This position will market transit by developing and implementing marketing and advertising campaigns; tracking ridership and survey data; creating… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Intern - Community Involvement

Capital Metro Austin, TX

The Intern position reports directly to the Community Involvement Manager. This position assists with community outreach, transit and safety… Glassdoor


23 days ago

Facility Installer I

Capital Metro Austin, TX

The Facility Installer position reports directly to the Manager, Public Facilities. This position is responsible for cleaning and maintaining all… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Customer Service Rep I - Transit Store – new

Capital Metro Austin, TX

The Transit Store Customer Service Representative-Transit Store reports directly to the Supervisor, Transit Store. This position is responsible for… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Lead Mobility Specialist, Paratransit Eligibility

Capital Metro Austin, TX

The Lead Mobility Specialist, Paratransit Eligibility reports directly to the Manager, Paratransit Eligibility. This position is responsible for the… Glassdoor


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    Great first internship, good exposure to risk and insurance

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    Former Employee - Risk Management Intern in Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Risk Management Intern in Austin, TX

    I worked at Capital Metro as an intern (less than an year)

    Pros

    The internship is a great exposure to Risk Management and Insurance. Everyone in the Risk Management department has been around for at least a decade, and they are all very good at their jobs.

    Much of the work is very basic; there is a ton of paperwork that flows through this office and as an intern you can expect to be copying, filing, scanning, and inputting every page. However, if you can follow directions and complete your assignments correctly in a timely manner, you will be afforded the opportunity to work on bigger projects.

    The pay ($11/hr) was not fantastic, but the flexibility in the work hours makes up for that. The office is open from 8AM-6PM, and interns are expected to work 20 hours per week. However, they will allow you to shift hours from one week to another to accommodate exam scheduling.

    Cons

    If you allow it, you will be just a copy monkey. Mike will not ask you if you want to work on special projects; if you want to do anything beyond data entry and filing you must seek it out and seek it out aggressively.

    Additionally, you will be working for the government. You will get the government employee experience. The driver's ready room is adjacent to the Risk Management suite, and you will hear a lot of conversations you really didn't want to. The office is loud, all the time. Relations with the other department in the Risk suite can be strained at times. You will probably also get volun-told to help with events for the Office of Diversity, which are often completely outside the scope of a business student's career.

    God bless you if you need something from another department. Your emails will be ignored, calls will not be returned, and any response you do get will come days later. If you need anything form someone outside of the Risk, HR, or Safety departments, save yourself the headache and make the trip across the building to their desk.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Do something to ease tensions between departments and reduce the siloing.

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