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.
The Town of Portola Valley is seeking two motivated planning professionals to join the team. Two planners will be hired across the classifications of Assistant, Associate, and Senior Planner, depending on qualifications. The successful candidates will join a dynamic staff that works closely with the Town Council to advance Council’s priorities for the Town. Potential upcoming work for the department includes a comprehensive update to the General Plan, the first since Town incorporation, implementation of the Housing Strategic Plan, and Zoning Code improvements.
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.
The City of Burlingame is accepting applications for the position of Facilities Maintenance Worker
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 Orinda is looking for a motivated, customer service-oriented individual to perform a variety of semi-skilled facility maintenance and repair work. This position is specifically designated to perform facility work at the Orinda Community Center, the Wilder Art and Garden Center, the Orinda Library, and other City facilities as necessary. This position will report to the Facilities and Parks Supervisor.
Primary duties of this position include:
Date Posted: July 1, 2019
Classification: DIRECTOR, MAINTENANCE, OPERATIONS, AND TRANSPORTATION SERVICES
Work Schedule: 8 hours per day (8:00AM – 5:00PM);
5 days per week (Monday – Friday);
12 months per year