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Human Resources Specialist
$27.08 - 36.30 per hour (DOQ)
This is a non-exempt, unrepresented, full-time position.
The Sacramento Public Library is looking for a Human Resources Specialist to join our Human Resources Department. If you are a person of integrity, collaborative in nature, customer service oriented, analytical and tech savvy, have experience working with a variety of HR systems and enjoy a fast paced and challenging work environment this may be the perfect fit.
The Director is a regular full-time, administrative, exempt and at-will position. Under general administrative direction, plans, directs, and manages the activities, staffing, resources and operations of the City’s Human Resources Department; acts as a member of the City Manager’s management team; and provides highly-responsible and complex administrative support to the City Manager.
The County of Yuba is currently recruiting for the position of Attorney I/II/III in the Child Support Services Department. Currently there is a need to fill one vacancy. Under general direction, the incumbent performs routine to complex legal work for the Department of Child Support Services representing the County in all legal matters arising from the duties set forth in Title IV-D of the Social Security Act.
The City of Foster City seeks a seasoned and dynamic leader to serve as its next City Manager during a unique time of challenges and opportunities. The City, like all cities, is facing a period of increased financial uncertainty due to the economic fallout of COVID-19 pandemic and will have to adapt the organization to meet these challenges while still providing high level services to the community. The next City Manager will lead a young, mostly new, and highly skilled City staff in a collaborative and team-oriented fashion with a focus on mentorship and organizational development.
The City delivers basic Administrative, Public Works Maintenance, Development, Engineering, Recreation and Public Safety services. The City also provides domestic water service to a portion of the City, sewer service throughout the City, and transit services as enterprise operations. The City has a full time workforce of 120 employees and a General Fund Budget of approximately $20 Million. Home prices remain affordable compared to many areas of the state. The public education system is well regarded and is served by the Dixon Joint Unified School District.