City of Redwood City

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03/10/2024 Utilities Field Supervisor #24A-80 (20474123)
02/29/2024 Equity Liaison to HR / Management Fellow (City Manager's Office)#23B-48 (20454587)
(2 year Contract)
Human Resources
Continuous Police Officer Entry Level (Academy Graduate) #24A-2 (20452276)
Law Enforcement
Continuous Police Officer Trainee #24A-3 (20451868)
Law Enforcement
Continuous Police Officer Lateral #24A-1 (20451860)
Law Enforcement
Continuous Program Leader II -After School Program Staff #23C-13 (20441611)
Community Services
Continuous Program Leader II Teen Referee Training Program -After School Sports #23C-9 (20428723)
(High School Applicants Only)
Continuous Library Activity Leader - Youth Services (Casual) #23C-6 (20392493)
Continuous Pre-School Teacher (Bilingual Preferred) #22C-11 (20273306)
Continuous Driver #22C-10 (20251568)
Continuous Program Leader II (After School Program Staff) #22C-8 (20240491)
Continuous Program Leader I (After School Sports & Mobile Recreation) #21C-15 (20128367)
Continuous Program Leader II (After School Sports & Mobile Recreation) #21C-16 (20128363)
Continuous Maintenance Custodian Assistant #21C-2 (20067011)
Continuous Communications Dispatcher (Per Diem) #20C-13 (19977069)
Public Safety Dispatch
Until Filled Program Leader I (Special Events) #20C-11 (19975421)
Continuous Program Leader I (Casual Building Attendant I) #20C-3 (19955257)
Until Filled Landscape Maintenance Worker #20C-2 (19954273)
Parks Maintenance

Redwood City is a Charter City operating under the council-manager form of government. The City Council consists of seven members and is the governing body elected directly by the residents of Redwood City. As the legislative branch of our local government, the Council makes final decisions on all major city matters and sets City-wide priorities and policies. The Council directs the City Manager to implement these priorities and policies.  In 2020, the City Council moved to district-based elections which means City Councilmembers are elected by district instead of at-large voting, where all voters cast their ballots for all candidates in the jurisdiction.  The city is a full service city with the departments of Library, Police, Fire, Community Development, Parks Recreation and Community Services, Public Works, Human Resources and Administrative Services, along with the City Manager's Office, City Clerk's Office, and City Attorney's Office. Municipal services are delivered with the support of over 500 employees.

The City of Redwood City is a values-driven organization and a leader in the bay area. Redwood City’s Core Purpose is "Build a Great Community Together" and our employees play a vital and indispensable role in realizing this purpose. We’re looking for creative individuals dedicated to excellence, service and integrity. We offer a wide range of public service career opportunities with potential for growth and advancement. We also offer highly competitive salary and benefits, employee development opportunities, along with alternate work schedules and generous vacation and holidays. So if you’re passionate and bright, community-oriented, creative and committed, we hope you consider making the City of Redwood City your next career home.

About the Redwood City Community

Located in the Silicon Valley at the center of the San Francisco Peninsula, the City of Redwood City is known as a creative, innovative and dynamic organization and community. With a population of over 85,000, the city has a healthy blend of residential, commercial and industrial elements in a community that stretches from the San Francisco Bay to the hills of the San Francisco peninsula. The city is home to a vibrant Caltrain station where commuters from both San Jose to the south, and San Francisco to the north, arrive into one of the most tech-savvy communities in the world. Redwood City offers outstanding accommodations, top entertainment, and diverse dining options. The City's pedestrian-friendly and distinctive Downtown honors the community's heritage and is home to a growing number of restaurants, and a vibrant mix of retail to fit every consumer mood. The beautiful Courthouse Square stands as the centerpiece of Downtown and has become the gathering place for people from throughout the community and the peninsula. Redwood City enjoys a one-of-a-kind waterfront including the Redwood Shores neighborhood, with ample recreational opportunities right on the Bay. The community also boasts the only deep-water port in the south San Francisco Bay, has a yacht harbor, and offers numerous bayfront residential options. The success and health of Redwood City is built upon the community's diversity, civic pride, strong neighborhoods, and each individual's sense of responsibility for making the City a better place for all. It's a terrific place to do business, with appealing neighborhoods supported by a strong sense of community, making Redwood City a natural place to call "home".