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The Office of Retirement Services has one (1) Analyst I/II vacancy in the Benefits Division. We are seeking an energetic, focused, people-person to carry out multiple areas of responsibility. The primary focus of the position is to perform analytic work of considerable difficulty relating to the calculation and set-up of service purchase and/or redeposit contracts, and calculation and set up of various retirement benefit adjustments, such as worker’s compensation off-sets.
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:
Performs a wide variety of complex, highly responsible technical and clerical functions under the direction of the City Clerk; answers inquiries and provides copies of public records to City staff and the public; and performs related duties as assigned. In the City Clerk's absence, takes on the responsibilities of the City Clerk.
The Ideal Candidate will be:
Reasonable accommodations may be mode to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the following essential functions:
The City of Thousand Oaks is seeking a new Sustainability Division member to contribute to the team’s efforts in reducing resource use in City operations through analysis, planning, and implementation of sustainability strategies and best practices. This individual’s initial responsibilities will be to lead energy plan development for municipal facilities and the community. Moving forward the individual will coordinate, develop and implement climate action and resilience plans for the City.
The primary responsibilities of the analyst will be to:
The City of Sunnyvale invites applications for the position of Environmental Programs Manager. This position oversees the implementation of environmental programs which may include services for solid waste management, water pollution prevention, and/or sustainability. This position plans, coordinates, monitors and promotes the City’s environmental programs and services and is responsible for the day-to-day supervision of assigned staff. Minimum qualifications are a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public or Business Administration, Environmental Science, Soci
Please review the attached flyer for all information relating to this position including the location, position description, ideal candidate, salary and benefits as well as the instructions on how to apply.
Submittals will be reviewed beginning October 15, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.