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The Fleet Management Division in Public Works Department is responsible for the management of the City’s fleet including the comprehensive inspection, maintenance, repair, acquisition, and disposal. The City’s vehicle and equipment fleet currently consists of over 2,700 assets.
Please note that applications are currently not accepted through CalOpps or any other third party job board application system. To apply, applicants must complete an application via the City of San Jose’s website at www.sanjoseca.gov/citycareers.
Effective 7/1/2020, the pay range for this classification is $96,470.50 to $122,137.60.
The Department is recruiting to fill a Senior Geographic Systems Specialist (Sr. GSS) position within the Enterprise GIS team. The Enterprise GIS team serves a dual function, both supporting GIS needs within the Department of Public Works and supporting enterprise GIS data and application infrastructure for Citywide use along with defining standards, coordinating with departments, and supporting users in leveraging the enterprise investment. The Sr.
The City of Sunnyvale is seeking a modern, skilled communicator, and highly motivated problem solver for the position of Principal Transportation Engineer/Planner. This management position reports directly to the Transportation and Traffic Manager in the Public Works Department and will be responsible for: assisting with planning, organizing and coordinating the activities of the Division of Transportation and Traffic; and perform professional traffic engineering, transportation planning, designing, and project management.
The Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District (Midpen) Ranger is a challenging generalist position offering a wide variety of responsibilities and opportunities to exercise independent judgment while working on Midpen preserves. Rangers patrol on foot, in all-terrain vehicles, on motorcycles, and in four-wheel drive patrol trucks. Rangers ensure safe public use of preserves and provide visitors information while enforcing Midpen land use regulations and applicable laws. Rangers also respond to emergency calls including medical aid and wildland fires.