Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District is seeking an experienced and highly motivated GIS Program Administrator with a solid background in the management and administration of enterprise GIS, spatial analysis, and cartography. This position is responsible for leading GIS strategies that support all aspects of open space land management. This is a supervisory role within the Information Systems and Technology (IST) Department.
The City of Sunnyvale invites applications for the Solid Waste Programs Division Manager to provide leadership and guidance for the Solid Waste Programs Division staff of the Environmental Services Department. Reporting to the Director of Environmental Services, this manager leads and manages the Solid Waste Programs Division including the award-winning Sunnyvale Materials Recovery and Transfer (SMaRT) Station, the solid waste collection franchise contract and the Sunnyvale Landfill.
Summary of Duties: Under general supervision, the Information Technologies Technician performs entry-level computer troubleshooting and repair of various computer hardware systems within the City including physical and virtual desktops and mobile devices.
Distinguishing Characteristics: This is an Entry Level position in the IT series of jobs. Performs routine tasks regarding technical support and provides support and operational assistance, but does not set policies or procedures.
Maintenance Services Manager
Filing Deadline: Friday, June 28, 2019
Annual Salary: $103,356 — $126,828
The Office of Retirement Services is seeking a Department Information Technology Manager (“IT Manager”) who is an experienced, creative, and knowledgeable information technology professional. The ideal IT Manager will have the ability to translate business needs into IT solutions. Candidates should possess superior long-term planning and project implementation experience and a commitment to high quality, effective customer service.
Tri-City is actively recruiting for one (1) special individual to serve as a Program Supervisor I/II for the Access to Care (ATC) Team. The Program Supervisor I/II position will report to the Clinical Program Manager.
This position is responsible for a variety of ongoing responsibilities including, but not limited to: