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The Vallejo Flood and Wastewater District invites applications for ELECTRICAL/INSTRUMENTATION SUPERVISOR. The final filing date is October 11, 2019
FINAL FILING DATE: Qualified and Regular City Employees should submit an application to the Human Resources department no later than 5 pm, September 26, 2019.
IT IS MANDATORY THAT YOU COMPLETE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE. YOUR APPLICATION WILL BE REJECTED IF YOU DO NOT PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY INFORMATION.
The City of Thousand Oaks has an outstanding job opportunity for individuals with media and television experience who are interested in working in video production for award-winning TOTV. The City is currently accepting applications to fill a part-time position in TOTV. The schedule is flexible and may average approximately 20 hours per week. This position requires technical training on in-house production systems.
The City of St. Helena has an exciting opportunity to fill a position in the Public Works Department - Utilities Division. The Public Works Department is embarking on several major projects over the next few years that will have a lasting impact and provide technical growth opportunities. This is a great opportunity to become part of a team of dedicated individuals that take pride in serving the local community. The City values cross training, and there will be opportunities to perform work within all divisions in the Public Works Department.
Marin Municipal Water District is a public utility providing water to 186,000 people located in a 147 square-mile area of Marin County. In operation since 1912, MMWD is the oldest municipal water district in California.
Salary: $18.25 per hour
Posted: July 18, 2019
Filing Deadline: Open Until Filled
The recruitment may be closed at any time
This responsible position is characterized by developing new and innovative presentations (marketing collateral) with limited structure or routine work. Work assignments are performed in collaboration with various divisions and levels of staff, independently, with responsibility for following through on development. Contacts are regularly made both internally and externally at all levels of the organization involving tact, discretion, good listening and customer service skills.
Woodside Fire Protection District offers an exceptional Cadet Program for individuals interested in a career in the Fire Service. Cadets gain hands-on experience participating in training and public service events. Cadets work 24-hour shifts and ride-along on emergency calls.
Woodside Cadets will work and be involved in:
Emergency calls, firefighter training, public education events, fire prevention, station duties, CERPP, cpr/first aid training.