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To provide analytical, administrative and technical assistance by coordinating, monitoring, and reporting on a wide variety of areas related to human resources, including: recruitment, retention, employee development, benefits administration, employee engagement, wellness programs, compensation, and payroll. To support the Human Resources Manager in carrying out employee policies, procedures, and programs that support the Town’s mission, vision and service delivery priorities.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
The City of Glendora seeks an energetic, enthusiastic and motivated professional to join the Human Resources and Risk Management Department Team. The Human Resources and Risk Management Technician should be an individual with strong compassion, willingness to help others with patience and tact and thrives in a strong and close team environment. We seek someone that is dedicated, loyal and committed to making a difference in support of employees and the department’s overall goals and objectives.
The City of Milpitas is seeking a Human Resources Director.
The Human Resources Director reports to the City Manager and works closely with elected officials, peer department heads, and the City-wide organization providing progressive leadership and innovative approaches and programs to benefit City operations. The ideal candidate will be collaborative, approachable, an open communicator, and a credible advisor who is committed to mentorship and the professional growth of the City organization.
The City of Belmont's Summer College Internship Program is brought to you by the City of Belmont in collaboration with the "Two County Next Generation Committee", sponsored by the City/County Manager's Associations of San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties. The Committee is chartered to identify programs to address the "retirement wave" of baby boomer managers and professionals who are exiting local government in the region. Each year internships are available for college students at the undergraduate and/or graduate levels in an effort to attract college students to local government careers.
To help accomplish its goal of being both innovative and environmentally responsible, the City of San Jose created the Community Energy Department in August 2017, to administer San Jose Clean Energy, the City’s brand new Community Choice Energy (CCE) program. The mission of the Community Energy Department is to reduce Citywide greenhouse gas emissions, lower energy rates, and provide our community with a choice of energy providers, in addition to, providing transparency, accountability, and outstanding customer service.
Applications are being accepted for the position of Business Manager (Public Works Administrator) with the City of South San Francisco.
Application Deadline: May 31, 2018 @ 5 p.m. or upon receipt of the first 75 applications, whichever occurs first.
THE CITY OFFERS AN ATTRACTIVE BENEFIT PACKAGE, AS WELL AS CalPERS RETIREMENT PLAN.