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Sonoma County Library
Announces an Employment Opportunity
LIBRARIAN III, ADULT SERVICES-BILINGUAL (English/Spanish)
CENTRAL SANTA ROSA LIBRARY - 40 HOURS PER WEEK – FULL TIME
The City of Glendora seeks an energetic self-starter to join our team in the role of Administrative Assistant in the Library. Candidates will be highly proficient in using Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook and Excel; perform a variety of complex administrative duties and thrive in a high-paced, fluid and collaborative work environment. This is a wonderful opportunity to develop professionally and work as part of a team to effectively provide excellent customer service to other departments and our community.
Librarian I: $32.74-$39.80 hourly, $68,099.20-$82,794.00 annually Librarian II: $35.02-$42.60 hourly, $72,841.60-$88,608.00 annually The actual salary shall be determined by the final candidate’s qualifications and experience. In addition to the starting salary, employees in the Librarian I/II classifications shall also receive an approximate five percent (5%) ongoing non-pensionable compensation pay.
Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) is the Bay Area's newest transit service providing commuter rail transportation to Marin and Sonoma Counties. We are seeking experienced and motivated individuals who enjoy working with new equipment, creating new processes and systems, and motivating a staff to maintain and operate a first class public service. The Vehicle Maintenance Supervisor position is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day activities of a vehicle maintenance operation in a commuter rail environment.
The City of Union City is currently seeking ONE highly energetic, highly motivated individual for the position of Assistant Transit Planner or Associate Transit Planner. Under supervision of the Transit Manager, you will be expected to participate in the development, administration, and analysis of the City's public transit programs.
Tri-City is looking for one individual to serve as a Mental Health Worker (MHW) for the Adult Full Service Partnership (FSP) Program. The MHW will appeal to those who are passionate about working with adults with moderate or severe behavioral health challenges at their home, the shelter or elsewhere. This is a field-based position. The MHW will report to a Program Supervisor.
Tri-City is looking for one innovative and ambitious individual to serve as a Wellness Advocate Manager coordinating peer services throughout Tri-City system of care. This position will be responsible to plan, coordinate, implement activities that promote peer/family involvement in order to improve access to care, reduce local area disparities. The Wellness Advocate Manager will report to the Executive Director.