Search for positions by entering key words in search box below. Use left side navigation to filter by Region, Job Category, Job Type or Salary.
The City of St. Helena has an exciting opportunity to fill a position in the Public Works Water Treatment Plant. This is a great opportunity to become part of a team of dedicated individuals that take pride in serving the local community.
The City of Ceres is pleased to offer the opportunity for a Facility Maintenance Worker I or II. The level at which an individual is hired depends on the applicant's qualifications and work experience. Ceres offers an excellent benefits package, including 100% employer paid medical premiums for several of the plan options and a retirement pension paid out upon eligible retirement from the City (reciprocity with CalPERS in some situations).
Those candidates qualified as level II who get hired, usually start out at $3231 per month in the salary range.
FACILITY REPAIR WORKER I/II
Level I - $4,567 - $5,551 per month
Level II - $5,036 - $6,122 per month
Plus excellent benefits
Deadline to apply: Apply by Tuesday, July 23, 2019 for first consideration
Under supervision, performs unskilled and semi-skilled tasks. Performs both routine and heavy, physical work in the construction, maintenance, repair and cleaning of streets, parks and facilities; performs related work as assigned.
The City of Glendora seeks a highly motivated and experienced professional who is dedicated, knowledgeable and can provide excellent customer service as the new Civil Engineering Assistant. The new CEA will be focused primarily on water systems projects and committed to best practices of engineering principles, project design and administration. The ideal incumbent will be experienced and adept in designing water lines and water improvement plans in an aging infrastructure and easily able to establish and maintain successful working relationships with field from various City Departments/D
About the Department
The Department of Transportation (DOT) plans, develops, operates, and maintains transportation facilities, services, and related systems which contribute to the livability and economic health of the City. We comprise a team of more than 470 people ready to serve the needs of our customers to improve the efficiency and safety of San José streets. For more information about DOT, visit www.sanjoseca.gov/transportation.