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Police Officer Trainees will attend a Basic Police Academy course to meet the minimum required training mandates governed by the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) for entry level Law Enforcement. Upon successful completion of the Basic Police Academy, Police Officer Trainees are transitioned to a Police Officer position, and enter the Field Training Program.
The Town of Colma Police Department is seeking individuals who have graduated from a California P.O.S.T. certified academy and are committed to public safety and quality service to community residents, businesses, and visitors.
We are a small, professional department, which enthusiastically supports the professional development of our Police Officers through unique training and academic opportunities.
Ideal candidates will:
The City of Belmont is recruiting for a dynamic individual to assume the position of Construction Inspector in the Public Works Department. The position performs duties in support of public works inspection programs; ensures construction work is in compliance with applicable codes and regulations; maintains construction project records; and performs a variety of tasks relative to assigned area of responsibility. The position receives direction from the Assistant Public Works Director/City Engineer.
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The City of Brisbane is currently accepting applications for our summer internships. Our internships are project oriented and are designed to give college students a good general overview of future employment opportunities and current issues in the Public Sector. You will have the opportunity for exposure to various areas of City Administration during your internship, as well as have opportunities to network with fellow interns and participate in professional development activities in San Mateo County and/or Santa Clara County.
The City of Pacifica is looking for a current student or recent graduate interested in gaining hands on experience in local emergency management practices. The goal of this internship is to develop your skills, make professional connections, strengthen your resume' and most importantly, to help you gain work experience. The intern will work closely under the direction of the Emergency Manager within the Pacifica Police Department, supporting efforts coordinating multi-hazard planning efforts.