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The City of Chowchilla is seeking a Parks & Facilities Worker I, under general supervision from the Public Works Supervisor, to provide clean, well-maintained, and attractive parks and facilities and information about park and recreation facilities and services.
Parks & Facilities Worker I
Under general supervision, performs custodial services to maintain assigned area in a clean, orderly, safe and secure fashion, and performs related duties as required. Must be available mornings, evenings, weekends and holidays.
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If you enjoy working hard in the outdoors, learning new skills and being with a fun group of people, we invite you to apply for the position of Seasonal Open Space Technician at the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District (Midpen).
The Office of Mayor Sam Liccardo is seeking a visionary leader who is passionate about applying innovative technology to better serve the community and advance the Mayor's vision for San José. The person will lead a small but dynamic Technology and Innovation team that is responsible for carrying out the Mayor's Smart City vision.The following are examples of the types of duties that this position may be responsible for:
This recruitment process will automatically close on Sunday, February 2, 2020.
The Dixon Fire Department offers a challenging and rewarding opportunity for volunteer applicants pursuing a career in fire safety. Volunteer Firefighters are responsible for a wide variety of fire services including: emergency medical aid, emergency rescue and all other suppression and prevention activities in protecting life and property.
The City of Redwood City invites applications for the volunteer position of Reserve Police Officer. The Redwood City Police Department offers many opportunities for learning and long-term career growth in a city comprised of diverse residential and business communities. The objective for every Redwood City Officer is to protect life and property, proactively reduce crime and the fear of crime through the use of data-driven policing models, with an overarching operational philosophy of community policing as part of their mission to maintain a safe and connected community.