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Census Update Technician/Intern
Community Development Department
$12.50 to $18.50 per hour DOE
Part-Time, Temporary Non-Benefited position (At-Will)
Schedule: Actual work schedule to be determined through mutual agreement with Supervisor.
Location: 70 N. First St., Campbell, CA 95008
Closing Date: Open until filled
Under general supervision, is responsible for the application of current and advanced planning principles and techniques; coordinates planning activities with other City divisions and departments; performs professional and complex level work in the field of planning, zoning and environmental analysis; performs related duties as assigned
The City of Glendora’s Planning Department seeks a highly motivated, professional Senior Planner experienced in current and advance planning, who can complete a variety of specialized and responsible professional planning assignments. The Senior Planner will complement our stellar team by bringing knowledge of state zoning law, CEQA, and subdivision map law. AICP certification is preferred.
Located on the coast of Southern California, Seal Beach enjoys a well-informed and engaged community. Seal Beach is well known for its historic wooden pier that juts out into the blue Pacific and a view and climate that is a weekend draw for the greater Southland. With a population of approximately 25,000, Seal Beach is nestled between Long Beach and Huntington Beach in Orange County, and has retained its quaint “village-by-the-sea” ambiance.
The final filing date is February 26, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.
Under the direction of the Development Services Director, serves as a key member of the Colton team by performing the full array of duties assigned to classes in the Planning series including a variety of supervisory, administrative and technical work in the current and long-range planning programs of the city related to the development and implementation of land use and related municipal plans and policies.
The Town of Moraga is a is a small, family-oriented bedroom community offering a quiet semi-rural lifestyle within easy reach of big city amenities. Located 22 miles east of San Francisco and 10 miles from Oakland, Moraga offers a unique blend of residential areas, two shopping centers and open hillsides. Moraga is also the home of Saint Mary’s College.