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Administers, enforces, and interprets the various codes regulating construction, use or occupancy of buildings and structures; performs building inspections and plan reviews; assists at the counter and over the phone with technical building inquiries; engages in extensive contact with developers, contractors, and homeowners, in the office and on project sites; and performs related duties as required.
Sonoma County Library is seeking a customer service-oriented individual with excellent project management skills, and solid communication, interpersonal relations, organizational, and problem solving skills to serve as the Administrative Specialist for our Human Resources department, which supports the county-wide library system.
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We invite you to join our Human Resources team as a Human Resources Technician, where you will play an instrumental role in supporting applicants and employees throughout the County while enhancing your knowledge and skills in Human Resources (HR). We are a diverse group of HR professionals committed to supporting one another and promoting work-life balance while having fun!
The Menlo Park Fire Protection District invites you to apply for the position of Senior Payroll Analyst. This is a new position for the District and we are seeking a proactive mindset that is eager to make improvements to existing processes and procedures. This opportunity will have a significant opportunity to make change and recommend and implement enhancements to the status quo.
The City of San Jacinto is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Water Distribution Operator I to perform semi-skilled duties involved in the maintenance, repair, installation, and construction of the water and wastewater distribution systems and facilities. This is the entry level position in the class series performing work in the maintenance, and repair of City water/sewer lines; troubleshooting and identifying water/sewer flow problems, instigating corrective actions, and preparing work orders and discrepancy reports.
The City of Palo Alto is in an era of transformational change. The structures, practices, and organization of this local government are evolving to be more innovative and flexible. The government of the future must attract, retain and grow talent and create new, more pliable organizational structures focused on participation and results, and foster an environment of collaboration, co-production, and shared responsibility.
The City is seeking a Facilities Maintenance Worker who is committed to the profession and demonstrates potential to perform work at the journey level. This position
includes work performing a variety of skilled and semi-skilled maintenance work repairing, maintaining and monitoring the city facilities, equipment and systems.