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The City of San Bruno is currently seeking
BUS/VAN DRIVER (Part-Time)
Filing Deadline: Continuous
Salary: $17.45 - $21.22 (per hour)
The City of San Bruno Community Services Department is seeking a on-call part-time Bus/Van Driver to drive the city's 20-passenger bus/van. As needed, the driver will transport program participants between the San Bruno Senior Center and War Memorial Recreation Center, take participants on day trips, and run errands.
(Senior Citizen Van Driver)
$14.64 - $17.80/hr., Part-time, No Benefits
DEFINITION: Under supervision, drives the City’s 7-15 passenger van(s) and provides responsible, safe transport for senior citizens and the physically disabled. Schedule may include evenings, holidays and weekends; work schedule will not exceed 28 hours per week.
The County of Yuba is currently recruiting for the position of Building Maintenance Technician II in the Administrative Services Department. This class is flexibly staffed up to the II-level. Under general supervision, the II-level performs the full range of semi-skilled and skilled construction, remodeling and building maintenance duties in an assigned area of responsibility with considerable independence. This is the journey-level in the building and grounds maintenance series.
Please see the attached job specifications for full details about this position.
This full-time, benefited position provides excellent customer service, performs a wide variety of complex skilled and semi-skilled work in the inspection, repair and maintenance of library infrastructure, systems and facilities; demonstrates full competence as a tradesperson in two (2) or more trades including electrical, mechanical, plumbing, carpentry, and painting; and performs related work as required.
The City of San Rafael's Community Development Department seeks your creativity, passion, industry insights and entrepreneurial spirit. Are you interested in supporting an innovative permitting process that promotes efficient and first rate customer service?
The Mayor’s Gang Prevention Task Force (MGPTF) is the City of San José’s Youth Violence Reduction Strategy which operates within PRNS department of the City of San José. Over the past 25 years, the MGPTF has strategically worked to address issues of gang involvement among youth and young adults in an effort to reduce youth violence associated with gangs.