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The City of Brisbane is currently accepting applications for Facilities Attendant. Under the general supervision of the Recreation Supervisor is responsible for the efficient preparation and tear down of equipment at City facilities by performing a variety of unskilled tasks. A full job description can be found online at:
The City of Citrus Heights is seeking a Facility Attendant to assist the public with rental and use of its state-of-the-art Community Center. These facilities provide space for banquets, receptions and community meetings, as well as providing a center for seniors.
The position will be part of the Facilities Division of the General Services Department which oversees the maintenance and operation of City buildings, grounds, and facilities.
The City of Citrus Heights is seeking an individual with professional planning credentials to work as an Assistant or Associate Planner. The Planning Division, as part of the Community Development Department, is responsible for current planning projects which encompasses reviewing all proposed development projects including new residential, commercial, and office developments along with completing the environmental reviews of all planning projects.
The Town of Moraga is a is a small, family-oriented bedroom community offering a quiet semi-rural lifestyle within easy reach of big city amenities. Located 22 miles east of San Francisco and 10 miles from Oakland, Moraga offers a unique blend of residential areas, two shopping centers and open hillsides. Moraga is also the home of Saint Mary’s College.
The Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) owns and controls more than 2,600 affordable housing units throughout the County of Santa Clara. Our Local Programs Department oversees all real estate activities: real estate acquisition and development, asset management, property management, resident services, affiliate management, and facilities repair/improvements.
PWD has the primary responsibility to deliver facilities and infrastructure that meets the needs of the residents of San Jose and comply with the standards and requirements established in the engineering guidelines and the City's Master Plans. PWD achieves its goals through planning, design and construction of the City's capital projects, and through the plan review and permit process to regulate and facilitate private development projects. PWD is committed to high-quality service, partnering with the community, and providing an excellent environment in which to work.