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San Mateo County's Planning and Building Department is seeking an Associate Engineer to join our skilled and dedicated team. The current vacancy is in the Civil Section under the Building Division. The primary responsibilities of the position include plan reviews and inspections of drainage and stormwater management design for private properties and projects developed by County of San Mateo. Additional duties include providing assistance with the day to day operational tasks of administering building and planning permits.
The Information Technology Department is currently recruiting for a Senior Systems Applications Programmer to be a part of the Enterprise Financials team. This position delivers and manages essential financial and business solutions to the enterprise, provides application support, and designs new solutions.
Key duties include but are not limited to:
Industrial Process Control Specialist I: $62,649.60-$76,232.00
Industrial Process Control Specialist II: $76,232.00-$92,622.40
Industrial Process Control Specialist III: $84,385.60-$102,627.20
We are seeking a customer service driven IT professional for our full-time Information Technology Technician II position, which will provide a variety of technical and information systems support and training throughout the library system.
* The IT Services Division will be relocating to Rohnert Park, 7 miles away, in late 2018
Please see the attached job specifications for full details about this position.
The Opportunity: The City of Folsom is ideally located in the beautiful foothills 20 miles east of Sacramento, close to Lake Tahoe, and is rated “The #1 Place to Raise a Family” in California. The City seeks a Senior Civil Engineer for the increased workload associated with new development. Perform professional engineering activities of a complex nature involving engineering plans and designs, construction project management of utilities, building and roads, land development and plan check activities.
The Office of Transportation operates with a staff of 12 (10 full-time and two part-time staff) and is responsible for multi modal transportation engineering, operations, planning, programming, and projects. The office enhances safety and mobility in Palo Alto's transportation system, while protecting environmental resources and preserving the community's quality of life, and is responsible for parking management, traffic operations, bikeways development, area transportation studies, regional transportation coordination, and the Palo Alto Free Shuttle.