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The City of Campbell announces a work experience opportunity for:
Department: City Manager’s Office
Salary Range: $11.00/hr; 2 days a week minimum
Part-Time, Temporary Non-Benefited position
Schedule: Mondays through Fridays
Approximately 4-10 hours per week
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services (PRNS) provides programs and services to a multitude of culturally, economically and generationally diverse communities through the energy and efforts of Recreation Leaders. Schedules will vary seasonally and assigned work hours are subject to program needs. Hours are not guaranteed and staff may be unassigned. Recreation Leaders may secure hours in multiple program areas, subject to the approval of all supervisors. PRNS program areas include, but are not limited to:
Hazardous Materials Inspector I/IICommunity Development Department
Building, Life, & Environmental Safety (BLES) Division
Inspector I - $6,584.25 - $8,222.92 monthly, plus excellent benefits
Inspector II - $7,273.17 - $9,083.25 monthly, plus excellent benefits
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE:
Friday, September 7, 2018
ABOUT THE POSITION
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