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The City of San Bruno invites applications for the position of
FIRE MARSHAL (Non-Suppression Administrative Battalion Chief)
$144,432 - $177,240
5pm on Friday, August 30, 2019
Accepted online at CalOpps.org
Menlo Park Fire Protection District Cadet Program
If you are interested in getting into a career as a Firefighter, you will not want to miss the opportunity to join this program. Our Cadet program has placed over 50 firefighters into entry level positions with our District as well as a number of others throughout California. During this one year program, you will be gaining valuable hands on experience to help prepare you for a successful career in the fire service.
Are you looking for an interesting, collaborative workplace where your work will help promote an inclusive environment for all employees?
The County of San Mateo Human Resources Department is looking for a results-oriented, self-starter to join our Equal Employment Opportunity division as an EEO Workplace Investigator/Senior EEO Workplace Investigator. The EEO Investigator will conduct complex investigations into sensitive EEO complaints of discrimination, harassment and other workplace complaints in a thorough, efficient, and professional manner.
Woodside Fire Protection District offers an exceptional Cadet Program for individuals interested in a career in the Fire Service. Cadets gain hands-on experience participating in training and public service events. Cadets work 24-hour shifts and ride-along on emergency calls.
Woodside Cadets will work and be involved in:
Emergency calls, firefighter training, public education events, fire prevention, station duties, CERPP, cpr/first aid training.
The San Mateo County Sheriff's Office is dedicated to improving the quality of life within the community. Here is your opportunity to make a difference by beginning a career in law enforcement! We are currently seeking dedicated men and women to serve as Correctional Officers responsible for the supervision of inmates and inmate activity in County detention facilities.