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The Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District is seeking an Integrated Pest Management Coordinator to implement the District’s Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program and support its mission and continued growth of a preserve system in the San Francisco Bay area.
Under general supervision, performs analytical, technical, and selected administrative work in the field of urban planning; conducts various studies and research projects; prepares reports for submission to the City Council and/or Panning Commission; participates in special projects as assigned; and perform related work as required.
The SJFD is accepting applications for the position of Public Safety Radio Dispatcher - Trainee (PSRD Trainee). This is the entry-level training classification for a career in public safety dispatching within the City of San José. As a PSRD Trainee, you are provided with formal training, both in the classroom and in the Communications Center, in order to develop the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the full range of public safety dispatching functions.
The City Council has a Digital Inclusion and Broadband Strategy that seeks to accelerate the deployment of wired and wireless broadband for all people while making it more inclusive for the digitally underserved (the digital divide).
The City of Glendora seeks an outgoing, technically savvy and customer service oriented individual committed to public service to join our Planning Department team as an Administrative Intern. This is an exclusively part time position working 15-20 hours per week. This position will provide an excellent opportunity to gain invaluable hands on experience performing a variety of management support duties in all aspects of Planning in a small public agency.
The City of Campbell, centrally located in the Santa Clara Valley is bordered by San Jose, Los Gatos, and Saratoga, was founded in 1846 by Benjamin Campbell. It was incorporated as a General Law City in 1952 and has a Council/Manager form of government. City departments, in addition to the City Manager’s Office, include Police, Public Works, Community Development, Finance, and Recreation and Community Services.
Campbell is a suburban community with a population of 41,161 and a balance of land uses – commercial, industrial, and quality housing – within its six square miles.