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Tri-City is looking for one (1) special individual to serve as its Clinical Therapist I/II for the Adult Officer of the Day (OD) program. The Clinical Therapist I/II will appeal to individuals who are inspired by challenges and opportunities presented in working with an engaged and active community. The Clinical Therapist will report to the Program Manager.
The City of Sunnyvale is recruiting for the position of Human Resources Technician – Employee Relations/Employee Training. The City of Sunnyvale has an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic Human Resources professional looking to grow their career. The primary responsibility of this position is to administer the City’s Training, Volunteer and Tuition Reimbursement Programs. We are looking for a self -starter with great interpersonal skills who can provide excellent customer service to both employees and the public.
The Employment Division helps managers make timely hires and retain the best employees. In a fast-changing world, team members keep up-to-date on best practices in human resources and what's important to the departments they serve. Customers rely on the Employment Division as trusted partners who find solutions that help them achieve their goals.
The County of Yuba is currently seeking a Human Resources Systems Administrator (HRSA). The HRSA oversees all day to day operations of the Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS). Including the responsibilities for data integrity, maintenance, user access, reporting and training. This position works with all levels of the organization to evaluate, analyze, design, and maintain Human Resources systems and applications. The HRSA modifies the existing HRIS to meet changing demands, gathers data and interfaces Human Resources data with other systems, keeps apprised of the changes in th
Centrally located and serving as the eastern anchor of the Bay Area and Silicon Valley, the City of Fremont (pop. 235,439) prides itself on being a vibrant and strategically urban community. Fremont has developed into a technological and advanced manufacturing power base that captures metropolitan living at its best. It is also one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse cities in the Bay Area.