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Under general supervision, the Communications Officer, as a member of the Police Department, transmits and receives information over the police and public works radio system; dispatches routine and emergency calls for service; types, records, and files information; handles emergency and non-emergency telephone calls utilizing complex technical aids, such as computer aided dispatch systems (CAD), and performs related work as assigned.
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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.
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The Fleet Management Division of the Public Works Department is seeking to fill two (2) overstrength Communications Installer positions. These positions are funded through June 30th, 2021.
Under general supervision of the Senior Automotive Equipment Specialist, typical duties of the Communications Installer include installing 2-way radios into a variety of vehicles, including but not limited to Police vehicles and motorcycles, Fire department apparatus and other city department vehicles.
Under general supervision, performs the most complex technical and specialized accounting support work, including those related to confidential areas such as payroll; may provide lead direction, work coordination, and training to other staff.
The Purchasing Division of the Finance Department offers unique career development and advancement opportunities in public sector procurement and contracting. The Division is responsible for the centralized procurement of equipment, supplies, materials, IT, and non-consulting services pursuant to the City of San José Municipal Code Title 4, Chapter 4.12. The Division is also responsible for providing guidance and oversight for the procurement of consulting services which is managed by the individual City departments.
The City of Dublin is currently seeking an experienced Communications Analyst (Management Analyst-II) to support and implement the City’s public information, media relations, and communications programs. The ideal candidate should have a proven track record of success in public relations, communications, or related fields, as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills. The Communications Analyst is assigned to the City Manager’s Office/Communications Division and reports to the Communications Manager.