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The City of Lincoln is hiring for the position of Building Inspector I/II/III within the Community Development Department. Placement into a classification level is dependent upon qualifications. We are accepting applications until January 30, 2019; or we receive 100 applicants, whichever occurs first. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately.
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Applications are being accepted for the position of Finance Director with the City of South San Francisco.
The Finance Department provides financial services to City Departments, as well as fiscal accountability and adequate control over the use of City funds. The City’s Director of Finance acts as Chief Financial Officer of the municipal corporation. The Department is supported by 13 FTE and has an annual budget of approximately $3 million.
The City of Lincoln invites your interest in the position of Finance Director. You may view our job announcement on www.calopps.org/city-of-lincoln. Lincoln is located at the edge of Northern California’s foothills, 27 miles northeast of California’s State Capital, Sacramento. With a 2016 population of 47,187 Lincoln was one of the fastest growing cities in the country from 2000 to 2007, yet has managed to maintain the small town charm that has made it such a desired location to live, work and play.
The County of Yuba is currently recruiting for the position of Building Maintenance Custodian in the Custodial Division of the Administrative Services Department. This position reports directly to the Custodial Supervisor, and is the entry level classification in the custodial series. This class is distinguished from the Custodial Supervisor in that the latter exercises direct supervision of an assigned work unit. Incumbents in this class perform basic cleaning of buildings.
About Yuba County:
The City of Lathrop serves more than 24,000 residents and is one of Northern California’s fastest growing communities. It is strategically centered between the Stockton, Manteca, and Tracy submarkets within San Joaquin County.
A dynamic executive leadership team guides City staff to deliver services to Lathrop’s growing community. As a result of careful stewardship, the City operates in a strong and stable financial environment.