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The Parking Enforcement Officer is a civilian, non-sworn position. Under the direction of a police supervisor, the Parking Enforcement Officer is responsible for a variety of routine traffic enforcement and control duties, related primarily to the enforcement of municipal parking laws and regulations.
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services is accepting applications for Recreation Leaders for our various park locations. The following locations have positions available:
The Milpitas Police Department is a full service department, with 110 employees (86 sworn). The department provides public safety to 71,000 residents in a 14.5 square mile urban area. A wide variety of services include a SWAT Team, K-9 Unit, Crime Prevention Unit, Detective Bureau, and Traffic Safety Unit. Most officers work a 4-10 plan.
Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District is comprised of over 63,000 acres of land and 26 open space preserves protected for public enjoyment. In 2014, with broad public support, the District secured $300 million dollars of bond capacity with the passing of Measure AA, a mandate for Midpen to continue to pursue our mission to acquire and preserve open space land and protect and restore the natural environment in a regional green-belt system near Silicon Valley in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The City of Sunnyvale invites applications for the Public Safety Officer - In Training. The position of Public Safety Officer-In Training is a non-sworn, training classification while incumbents are attending the police and fire academies. Upon successful completion of the police academy, incumbents will be promoted to the sworn, training position of Public Safety Officer I. Upon successful completion of all required training, incumbents will be promoted to the sworn position of Public Safety Officer II.
The salary range for this position is $47,777.60 - $65,582.40.
In addition to the starting salary, employees in the Police Data Specialist classification shall also receive an approximate five percent (5%) ongoing non-pensionable compensation pay.