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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.
The Thousand Oaks Library is seeking a dynamic, collaborative, and customer service-oriented individual to support the Library’s educational initiatives, including the “Read TO Succeed” school-aged literacy program, homework centers, and related services for teens and adults.
The Director of Human Resources & Risk Management is responsible for planning, organizing, managing, directing, and coordinating the activities of human resources for all City departments, including providing highly complex staff assistance.
Below is a list of essential functions of the position; however, it is not exhaustive and may be supplemented as deemed necessary by the City:
Applications will be accepted until Sunday, October 7, 2018.
The mission of Human Resources department is to attract, retain, and develop a highly-skilled and competent work force so that City departments can provide outstanding services to the citizens of San Jacinto.
Under general direction, perform a wide range of field and office duties to support and/or accomplish the goals and objectives of the Community and Economic Development Department. This positions works less than 950 hours per year and on average, works less than 20 hours on average per week.
AFTER SCHOOL COMMUNITY SERVICES ASSISTANT (ASCSA) I/III
ASCSA I: $11.80 - $14.34/hr.
ASCSA III: $15.79 - $19.19/hr.
Multiple Positions Open (part-time, at-will, no benefits)
Also hiring Substitute ASCSA I staff available a minimum of 3 days a week.
The City of Palo Alto Community Services Department (CSD) is dedicated to engaging individuals and families in creating a strong and healthy community through parks, recreation, social services, arts, and sciences. The Community Services Department is comprised of three divisions: Recreation; Arts and Sciences; and Open Space, Parks and Golf.