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Tri-City is looking for a special individual to serve as a Community Navigator as part of the Los Angeles Homeless Measure H Initiative with the MHSA Department. This position is a limited term, full-time position (8 months) with the potential to be extended. The Measure H Community Navigator position requires field work and on-call duties for 1-2 weeks per month. The Community Navigator position reports to a MHSA Program Supervisor and performs a variety of community based duties, including but not limited to:
Temporary Maintenance Worker – Parks & Roadsides
Perform a variety of general maintenance services for parks and roadsides and other areas as assigned within the Town.
- This is a part-time temporary, non-benefitted position.
- Flexible schedule up to 29 hours per week, which may include weekend work; not-to-exceed 950 hours per calendar year.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
The City of Burlingame is accepting applications for the position of Casual Temporary Part-Time Laborer
Our diverse family of employees welcomes you to apply. We are a small city that gets a lot done, and each member of our team is vital to our success as an organization.
We recently asked our employees what they enjoyed most about working for the City of Burlingame, and their responses fell into five general categories:
The City of Roseville is committed to a diverse workforce. We are engaged in understanding the needs and backgrounds of our colleagues and those we serve. Our organization is unified in this commitment, as we believe this produces the best results for our community.
PSE IV – HHSA MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR, SENIOR II
Open Until Filled
$34.97 Per Hour
FINAL FILING DATE:
A complete application packet must be received in the Glenn County Personnel Department.
Please see the job description and announcement below.
The City of Menlo Park is seeking applicants for temporary positions in the Public Works Maintenance Division. Depending on their experience, individuals may be assigned to work in Trees, Streets, Facilities, Parks, or Water. Temporary employees will operate and maintain a variety of maintenance equipment, including dump trucks, stump grinders, brush chippers, aerial lifts, forklifts, lawn mowers, backpack blowers, backhoes, jack hammers, lawn edger’s, hedge trimmers, concrete saws, chain saws and hand tools.