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The Thousand Oaks Library is seeking customer-service oriented and collaborative part-time (hourly) Library Monitors to assist with a variety of tasks at the Library. These positions are typically scheduled to work 15 hours per week, primarily afternoons, evenings and weekends and require working at both the Grant R. Brimhall and Newbury Park Branch locations.
The City of Lincoln is hiring for the seasonal, part-time position of Maintenance Worker I within the Parks and Facilities Division of the Public Works Department. We are accepting applications until 5:00 PM on October 28, 2019; or we receive 100 applicants, whichever occurs first. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately.
About Integrated Waste Management
ESD’s Integrated Waste Management (IWM) division leads one of the largest and most aggressive solid waste management systems in the United States through creativity and innovation. Division staff collaborate with other City departments and establish strong partnerships with private companies, other government agencies, nonprofits, and the community on a variety of key efforts. Experience fast-paced work and learn new skills that contribute to the bigger purpose of protecting the environment at a local level.
The City of Sunnyvale seeks a Supervising Librarian for Children's and Teen Services at the Sunnyvale Public Library. Under general direction of the Superintendent of Libraries, the Supervising Librarian develops, implements and evaluates children and teen services to the public with a focus on community engagement and innovation. He or she provides strong leadership for children and teen services to deliver services, programs and resources in response to community needs. The Supervising Librarian manages a high-performing team of 5 full-time and 2 part-time librarians.
The Sonoma County Library is seeking candidates for the full-time position of Chief Financial Officer. This recruitment will fill one (1) vacancy and create an eligible list. Regional Government Services and its staff is conducting this recruitment on behalf of the Sonoma County Library.
How do you know you are in the City of East Palo Alto? East Palo Alto is one of the youngest cities in California. It covers only 2.5 square miles and has roughly 30,000 residents. East Palo Alto is a small community that is far different than its Silicon Valley Neighbors. Two central streets run through the City.
Under direct supervision, a Library Page is to sort, shelve, straighten, and relocate library materials on the shelves; pull library materials off shelves, and prepare the library for opening/closing procedures. The ability to quickly and accurately sort items alphabetically and numerically. This is an ideal job for someone who has good organizational skills, and able to work with others. A library page also provides basic directional information to library users.