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The City of San José is recruiting for a IT Manager (Information Systems Analyst) in the Public Works Department. As a technical lead, this position will be responsible for overseeing and managing client-devices and day-to-day Customer Support services.
The City of San José believes in the model of utilizing technology as a means for increased optimization as well as cost savings. With significant technology refresh and upgrade, there is a greater need for highly skilled technical hands-on leadership, oversight and technical project management.
DOT is currently recruiting full-time Maintenance Worker IIs (MWII) in the Infrastructure Maintenance Division.
The Department is recruiting for part-time, unbenefited Lifeguard and Instructor Lifeguard positions in the Recreation and Neighborhood Services Division (RNS) for the summer seasonal Citywide Aquatics programming.
The Department is recruiting for part-time, unbenefited Assistant Swimming Pool Manager and Swimming Pool Manager positions in the Recreation and Neighborhood Services Division (RNS) for the summer seasonal Citywide Aquatics programming.
The San José Public Library System has numerous libraries throughout the City. We hire Library Pages for each of these locations, and for our Library Page Substitute Pool. Library Pages selected for specific locations are normally scheduled to work approximately an average of 16 hours per week, on a year round regular basis. Library Pages selected for our Substitute Pool are scheduled to work at various locations as needed.
The Department is currently recruiting for a Senior Recreation Leader position at Happy Hollow Park & Zoo, Parking. Under general supervision, Senior Recreation Leaders perform work of moderate difficulty in organizing, conducting, and coordinating a variety of recreation activities and supervising others.
Please note: The current work week for this position is projected to be Tuesday through Saturday, to include weekend and holiday shifts. Schedule is subject to change based on park operations.
Under the supervision of the Police Academy Sergeant, the Program Manager is responsible for managing the training program operations within the Bureau of Administration’s Training Unit. This position is responsible for coordinating and facilitating training for the 28-week Police Recruit training program and is responsible for ensuring training hours and requirements meet or exceed California's Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) requirements.