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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
Are you are you a bright, motivated, and skilled Accounting professional who values the preservation of open space and public access to preserves? Do you enjoy providing excellent customer service to a diverse employee group on a variety of accounting issues? The Accountant position at Midpen is an exciting opportunity to bring your accounting expertise to support our mission.
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.
The City of San José Fire Department, Bureau of Fire Prevention, is recruiting to fill an Associate Engineer (Fire Protection) position. Under the general supervision of a Senior Engineer, this position performs a variety of professional engineering work. The Department currently has one (1) vacancy to fill.
Typical duties include, but are not limited to the following:
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.