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The salary range for this classification is $18.66-$22.71 hourly, $38,812.80 -$47,236.80 annually. This position is covered under the Living Wage Policy and your hourly rate will be adjusted to $22.68/23.93 per hour. The Living Wage rate consists of a base amount and an approximate five percent (5%) ongoing non-pensionable pay.
Distinguishing Characteristics: The Library Clerk is a part time permanent position with the St. Helena Public Library. Under direction of the Adult Services Supervisor, this person will work such duties as checking books in/out, answering telephones, preparing library cards, and providing reference and readers advisory services.
**ALL WORK HISTORY MUST BE IN THE EXPERIENCE SECTION OF THIS SYSTEM - DO NOT USE RESUME AS A SUBSTITUTE**
2.45% Equity and COLA increase effective July 1, 2020
PLUS EXCELLENT BENEFITS
Do you have a passion for the outdoors, trails and preserving open space? Do you thrive on helping others and enjoy public interaction? Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District is currently hiring two full-time Administrative Assistants (one in the Public Affairs Department and one in the Land & Facilities Department), and will create a pool from this recruitment for future Administrative Assistant vacancies. For more information, see the Job Description on the District’s website.
The City of Glendora’s Community Services Department is looking for a dynamic and independent, results-driven Recreation Supervisor. The ideal candidate will be a multi-faceted leader who thrives in a fluid and fast paced environment while overseeing the day to day operations of an active Community Center; Timothy Daniel Crowther Teen and Family Center; Teen Center staff, programming, budget and much more! If you have strong supervisory and customer service skills and enjoy working with teens/youth, apply now! Experience in Youth Sports is a PLUS!
Under general supervision, the Police Records Assistant performs a variety of general administrative, clerical, and customer service duties involved in the maintenance, processing, and distribution of Police records, including serving as a call-taker and assisting in office support duties; and performs related work as required. The Police Records Assistant receives general supervision from a Sergeant and functional direction from the Police Records Specialist; exercises no direct supervision.