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The Menlo Park Fire Protection District is currently seeking a Fire Inspector/Investigator I/ II to join our team. This is an excellent opportunity for a dynamic individual wanting to make contributions in a fast-paced environment. The Fire Prevention Division is regarded as an integral part of the community, providing consultation and delivering comprehensive inspection and investigative services complying with District policies and procedures
About the District
The City of Campbell announces an employment opportunity for:
High School Work Experience - Human Resources
TEMPORARY, PART-TIME, NON-BENEFITED
Hours: 4-10 hours per week/2 days a week minimum
Salary: $12.00 per hour
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Why Join the Fremont Human Resources Team ?
The City of Fremont recognizes that our employees are our biggest asset. We work collaboratively to solve problems and find solutions. If you are a creative team player with a strong interest in Labor Relations and Organizational Development then this is the job for you!
Human Resources Analysts serve as members of the HR Department’s management team and will perform a wide range of complex Human Resources functions working across disciplines to solve problems and serve the City.
All eligible applicants need to supply a current CPAT (Candidate Physical Ability Test) certification prior to being certified to the department for final interview.
You must attach legible copies of all required certifications and licenses on CalOpps.org.
Note: Sutter County no longer accepts paper, faxed or emailed copies of: applications, resumes, licenses or certificates.
Located at the southern end of San Francisco Bay, Milpitas is a progressive community that is an integral part of Silicon Valley. As a full-service city of 389 full-time employees with water utility, sewer utility, police and fire services, Milpitas serves a diverse population of nearly 80,000. The city has an annual $191 million operating budget and a $315 million capital improvements budget.