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This is an opportunity for an exceptional strategic thinker to lead work units responsible for the critical operations related to providing clean safe drinking water and water for life safety for customers and visitors of Central and Southern Marin County.
We have an excellent opportunity in the Community Development Department of the City of Thousand Oaks!
We are seeking a customer service oriented individual with the competence and experience to address challenges with confidence and professionalism. The Community Development Technician I will assist with building permit issuance, and provide information on City codes, policies, standards, and processes.
Under general supervision, performs physical on-site observation, inspection, and documentation of public works and public right of way construction projects to ensure safety and compliance with codes and regulations, specifications and plans, and public policy and program requirements. Investigates and responds to complaints and enforces municipal code provisions.
AC Transit is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Budget Manager. This position serves as the overall management of the district budget. Under general direction, plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates the activities of the Budget unit of the Finance department, including short- and long-range operating and capital budgets and coordinates District-wide budget activities with other departments.
The City of Lathrop incorporated in 1989 and operates in a Council-Manager form of government. The Lathrop City Council is comprised of five members, including the directly elected Mayor and four Councilmembers. This vibrant organization enjoys a strong, collaborative, and open setting. Lathrop has developed a long-range strategy to ensure a strong financial position for short and long-term stability.
The Building Division
The City of Sunnyvale is seeking a Permit Center Manager to oversee Permit Center operations. The ideal candidate will possess technical expertise in the building codes, have strong organizational and administrative skills, be solutions oriented, will provide direct lead to four full-time staff members and develop collaborative relationships with staff throughout the City.
SENIOR CIVIL LAND SURVEYOR
$8,266 - $10,048/mo. + excellent benefits
DEFINITION: Under direction from higher level management, provides supervision of the program and activities related to acquisition of Right of Way required to execute the City’s Seven-Year Capital Project Program and provides review and approval of the Land Development map checking requirement. Exercises direct supervision over professional and technical staff.