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The City of Ceres is pleased to offer the opportunity for a Facility Maintenance Worker I or II. The level at which an individual is hired depends on the applicant's qualifications and work experience. Ceres offers an excellent benefits package, including 100% employer paid medical premiums for several of the plan options and a retirement pension paid out upon eligible retirement from the City (reciprocity with CalPERS in some situations).
Those candidates qualified as level II who get hired, usually start out at $3231 per month in the salary range.
Under supervision, performs unskilled and semi-skilled tasks. Performs both routine and heavy, physical work in the construction, maintenance, repair and cleaning of streets, parks and facilities; performs related work as assigned.
Engineering Technician I: $3,675 - $4,467 monthly (paid bi-weekly)
Engineering Technician II: $4,057 - $4,931 monthly (paid bi-weekly)
2.0% COLA & Equity increase – July, 2020
Under immediate supervision (Engineering Technician I) or general supervision (Engineering Technician II), performs paraprofessional engineering office and field work involving surveying, design of Public Works facilities, construction inspection, and drafting.
The City of Lafayette (pop. 24,000) is recruiting for the position of Senior Transportation Planner. Lafayette prides itself on its vibrant downtown, beautiful tree-studded hillsides and great schools. This position will be part of the team that ensures that Lafayette retains its semi-rural character and “small town” downtown feel.
The Senior Transportation Planner participates in broad spectrum of projects ranging from regional policy planning to multi-modal neighborhood circulation. Immediate challenging opportunities exist for candidates to excel:
The Town of Moraga offers a supportive environment where you will be given the opportunity to be involved in all aspects of municipal engineering.
The Engineering Division of Public Works is divided into six Sections. Each Section has a unique set of responsibilities to help “Build Fremont Forward” and shape our community. The City is currently looking for Engineering Specialists to assist in the Public Works Transportation Engineering Section. The Engineering Specialist, under general supervision, will perform the operation and maintenance of the traffic signal infrastructure and support Citywide Transportation Projects. Typical duties include:
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