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Under general direction to plan, develop, and implement assigned city wide recreation programs of average difficulty involving supervision of support staff and to perform other related work as required.
Summer Jobs Available with the
City of Belmont Parks and Recreation Department
Recreation Leader, Senior Recreation Leader & Recreation Specialist
Opportunities in the following areas:
Hawks, ages 4 – 6, experience the thrill and fascination of the world of nature by exploring its wonders. There will be nature walks, crafts, games, folklore and storytelling, group singing and much more.
The City Council has a Digital Inclusion and Broadband Strategy that seeks to accelerate the deployment of wired and wireless broadband for all people while making it more inclusive for the digitally underserved (the digital divide).
This a part-time non-benefited position. Work schedule: Up to 29 hours per week as needed. No guaranteed minimum number of hours per week. Hours of operation are typically Monday through Friday from 7:00am-9:30pm and Saturday/Sunday from 6:30am-5:30pm.
The City of Livermore is currently accepting applications for the position of City Clerk. Apply online at www.cityoflivermore.net/jobs by 5 p.m. on Monday, March 19, 2018.
The City Clerk is a division head classification reporting to the Administrative Service Director and is a participating member of the City’s leadership team. The Division is comprised of four positions with a $790 thousand dollar budget for Fiscal Year 2017-2018.
Position specific duties include the following:
LOOKING FOR A GREAT MULTI-TASKER FOR FUN, FAST-PACED ENVIRONMENT!
Provides a full range of support services for Recreation Division operations, activities, and programs, as well as City-wide events; sets up equipment and furniture arrangements, securing facilities, performing Recreation building/facility audits and minor repairs and assisting with public information.
The City of Palo Alto is recruiting for a dynamic leader to serve as the Finance Manager to oversee the 16 person accounting division. As a full-service Charter City with a council-manager form of government Palo Alto has a reputation for being progressive and innovated while maintaining financial reporting requirements at a high caliber within its over $600 million annual budget.