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The City of Redwood City’ Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is seeking a creative self-starter to fill the (40 hours per week) position of Recreation and Community Services Events Specialist. Incumbent will coordinate the production of the Redwood City Events schedule of event offerings, and other various special programs. Under direction of the Recreation Coordinator, the selected candidate will work with various event producers and non-profits, and participate in the supervision of casual (temporary) employees and volunteers. This position requires flexibility in work
The City of Redwood City’s Library Department is looking for energetic people interested in working with teens to organize and conduct educational and recreational activities, assist with homework, provide educational support, provide information regarding library materials, helping the teens with computer usage and questions, and build cooperative, supportive and trusting relationships with the youth visiting the Teen Center. The Library Teen Center Educational & Recreation Specialist will also support the Project READ program, which is committed to the literacy needs of our community
Under general supervision, performs entry level professional planning work, zoning enforcement, and performs related work as required
Helping customers at the counter and on the phone with zoning related questions.
Helping planners prepare agenda packets for the various Boards, Planning Commission and City Council.
Review and approve Staff level projects under direct supervision (i.e. patios, pools, decks, small room additions).
The City of Redwood City invites you to apply for the position of Management Analyst ii. This position is available in the Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) department, and is an excellent opportunity for a motivated professional to provide highly responsible assistance to the Department Director with monitoring and evaluating operational efficiency, budget expense and revenue analysis, strategic planning, quarterly and annual report requirements, develop and nurture internal and external business partnerships , research and recommend park and program policy
The Fellowship Program is part of the Regional Management Fellowship offered by the City/County Managers Association of San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties. Designed to attract top talent to commit to meaningful and value-driven work in local government, the Fellowship creates a channel into future leadership opportunities within local government.
The Engineering Division of Public Works is divided into six Sections. Each Section has a unique set of responsibilities to help “Build Fremont Forward” and shape our community. The City is currently looking for Engineering Specialists to assist in the Public Works Transportation Engineering Section. The Engineering Specialist, under general supervision, will perform the operation and maintenance of the traffic signal infrastructure and support Citywide Transportation Projects. Typical duties include:
$30/hour (negotiable), Part-Time
Estimated 15-20 hours/week
The City of Mill Valley is seeking motivated and multi-talented individuals to apply for the Communications Assistant position. This newly created position will be based in the City Manager’s Office and will have the opportunity to make a community-wide impact through strategic communications, timely public education, and traditional digital platforms.
The County of Yuba is currently recruiting both Extra-Help and Full-Time positions for the Juvenile Corrections Officer I/II (Group Counselor) classification. These positions are located in the Juvenile Institutions Division of the County Probation Department. This lock down facility operates 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.
The County of Yuba is currently recruiting for One full-time Cook and some part-time Cooks in the Probation Department. Under close supervision, prepares and provides institutional meals following federal and state nutritional guidelines, and performs other duties as assigned. This classification is assigned to the County Juvenile Hall & Camp, a division within the Probation Department, or the County Jail division in the Sheriff’s department. This position performs a full range of tasks associated with the preparation and distribution of meals to juvenile detainees and adult inmates.