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The Department of Public Works is seeking to fill a vacant Carpenter position. This position requires journey-level carpentry skill to maintain and carry out improvements to City owned facilities. The incumbent also needs the ability to recognize the correct tool for the task and be familiar with the safe and effective use of power and hand tools of the carpentry trade. This position is assigned to the Building Trades section of the Citywide Facilities Management Division, and works alongside the various trades consisting of carpentry, lock services, painting, and plumbing.
Electrician I: annual salary range is $80,246.40 - $97,656.00, hourly range is $38.58 - $46.95
Electrician II: annual salary range is $84,302.40 - $102,564.80, hourly range is $40.53 - $49.31
NOTE: The actual salary shall be determined by the final candidate’s qualifications and experience. In addition to the starting salary, employees in the Electrician classification shall also receive an approximate five percent (5%) ongoing non-pensionable compensation pay.
Tri-City is looking for one (1) special individual to serve as its Clinical Therapist I/II for the Adult Officer-of-the-Day (OD) program. The Clinical Therapist I/II will appeal to individuals who are inspired by challenges and opportunities presented in working with an engaged and active community. The Clinical Therapist will report to the Program Manager.
Tri-City is looking for one special individual to serve as a Clinical Therapist I/II for the Intensive Outreach and Engagements Team (IOET). This position is a field-based, bilingual position in which the candidate must be comfortable working with individuals with moderate to severe behavioral health issues and crises. The Clinical Therapist I/II position will report to the Crisis Intervention and Medication Support Manager.
Tri-City is actively recruiting for a Program Supervisor I for Children’s Outpatient Program (COP). The Program Supervisor I will appeal to individuals who are inspired by challenges and opportunities presented in working with an engaged and active community. The Program Supervisor I will report to the Children’s Clinical Program Manager.
This position is responsible for a variety of ongoing responsibilities including, but not limited to: