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The City of Sunnyvale is recruiting for the position of Fire Protection Engineer II. The primary role of the Fire Protection Engineer II is to review plans and specifications of buildings, fire protection equipment, and industrial and hazardous materials processes to ensure compliance with federal, state, and municipal fire protection codes and ordinances, as well as perform field inspections.
The San Jose Police Department is accepting applications for BOTH the Public Safety Radio Dispatcher Trainee position AND the Public Safety Communication Specialist position.
Public Safety Communication Specialist - salary range is: $67,995.20 - $82,617.60 annually.
Public Safety Dispatcher Trainee's earn $72,966.40 annually. After training is completed, the salary range is: $81,036.80 - $98,488.00 annually.
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CITY OF MORGAN HILL
UTILITY WORKER I
$4,913 - $6,269 monthly
$58,956 - $75,228 annually
UTILITY WORKER II
$5,420 - $6,918 monthly
$65,040 - $83,016 annually
The City of Morgan Hill is currently accepting applications. Please be advised that due to the County of Santa Clara order to shelter in place, interviews have been postponed until further notice.
This is a supervisory position within the Police Records Division providing direct supervision of Police Records staff, reporting to the Police Support Services Manager. You will join a dynamic team environment and provide exceptional customer service to the public and to the employees of the Los Altos Police Department.
EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL JOB FUNCTIONS: The following statements are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class.
Under general supervision:
***The salary range for this position is $49,212.80-$67,558.40 as of June 2019.***
In addition to the starting salary, employees in the Police Data Specialist classification shall also receive an approximate five percent (5%) ongoing non-pensionable compensation pay.