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The Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services (PRNS) is conducting this recruitment to fill at least two current and one upcoming Analyst I/II positions within the next 2-3 months (current vacancies include one full-time and one half-time vacancy, with a prospective full-time Analyst I/II position expected to become available in October 2018). Accordingly, the department is seeking candidates who possess broad sets of administrative experiences and have the analytical “know-how” to creatively support a variety of administrative functions across the department, including:
The Office of Retirement Services has one (1) Analyst I/II vacancy in the Benefits Division. We are seeking an energetic, focused, people-person to carry out multiple areas of responsibility. The primary focus of the position is to perform analytic work of considerable difficulty relating to the calculation and set-up of service purchase and/or redeposit contracts, and calculation and set up of various retirement benefit adjustments, such as worker’s compensation off-sets.
The Public Information Officer is an at-will position that reports to the Mayor’s Chief of Staff and interfaces directly with the Mayor to provide communications and messaging on a broad range of public policy matters.
The Office of Councilmember Peralez is recruiting for a Community Relations Coordinator/Representative to assist communication and public information efforts of the District office. The selected individual may be classified as Community Relations Coordinator or Representative, based on relevant education and experience. Education and/or experience in the fields of marketing, communications, public information or public relations is highly desirable. The following are examples of the types of job duties and responsibilities the selected individual may be responsible for:
The Assistant to the City Manager is a key member of the Administration, Policy and Intergovernmental Relations (API) Program. API supports City-wide leadership by ensuring greater capacity and alignment of program and policy priorities internally and externally.