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The City of Orinda Planning Department is seeking a strong, customer-service oriented Planning Technician, for a limited-term, to primarily staff the Planning Counter and process code-enforcement cases. Depending on experience, the successful candidate may also gain opportunities to assist with various current and long-range planning tasks. This non-exempt position will report to the Director of Planning.
A Dispatcher II is a civilian employee of the Police Department who performs a variety of tasks in the Department’s Support Services Division. The Dispatcher II acts as the Department’s primary dispatcher, receiving and relaying incoming calls for emergency and non-emergency assistance; dispatching police units; operating a variety of telecommunications equipment including radio, telephone, and computer-aided dispatch systems; status monitoring, records and file maintenance in a computer-aided environment; and entry level dispatch training.
Facility Attendant I: $13.00 - $14.85/hour
Facility Attendant II: $13.00 - $17.82/hour
The Parks & Community Services Department has immediate Facility Attendant I/II position(s) at the Dublin Senior Center, Stager Gymnasium, Heritage Parks & Museums and Shannon Community Center. The workweek schedule is generally 10-20 hours per week.
Position: The City of Orinda is looking for responsible, courteous individuals who enjoy working outdoors, can work independently of supervision and have experience dealing tactfully and effectively with members of the public. The successful applicants will work in a part-time capacity with a schedule including afternoon and weekend hours. Our City’s mission is to provide excellent service in a fiscally responsible manner and to promote a safe, healthy and vibrant community.
A Dispatcher I is a civilian employee of the Police Department who performs a variety of tasks in the Department’s Support Services Division. The Dispatcher I receives incoming calls for police assistance and response; acts as a primary Dispatcher when appropriate; performs a variety of general support duties related to police communications; completes a wide variety of general clerical duties.
The Dispatcher I duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
The City of Newark is currently accepting applications for Police Officer Trainees - Entry Level and Academy Attendees.
Under general supervision, the Public Safety Dispatcher receives emergency and non-emergency calls for service and dispatches police and fire units or other public safety personnel; performs data entry and other clerical duties; and performs related work as assigned.
- Basic law enforcement terminology, rules and procedures.
- Modern office methods and procedures, equipment and filing systems.
Ability or Skill to: