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Under the supervision of the Finance Manager, the Accounting Technician I/II will perform a variety of paraprofessional accounting duties including general accounting, payroll processing, accounts receivable, revenue collections, accounts payable and purchase order processing, treasury assistance, business licensing, month-end general ledger account reconciliations/journals, annual audit/budget support, account analysis, and related duties as assigned.
About the Office:
The City Manager’s Office provides strategic leadership which supports the Mayor and City Council while motivating the organization to deliver high quality services that meet the community's needs.
The Community Energy Department is seeking to fill one (1) Senior Budget Analyst position in the Budget and Financial Management Division. This position reports to the Division Manager and will work closely with the City Manager’s Budget Office.
Census 2020 Outreach (Job Code 9573)
Definition: To develop, plan and organize the City's Census Outreach Program which provides information on Census 2020 to residents, particularly those individuals who might not be reached through the City's traditional communication methods.
Distinguishing characteristics: This position reports directly to the Administrative Analyst in LCS but may receive direction from other staff in the LCS. Duties:
Utility Billing Manager
City of Sunnyvale
Come join Sunnyvale's award winning Finance Department managing the City's innovative, dynamic, and unique Utility Billing Division. The Finance Department is comprised of six divisions, the Utility Billing Division is responsible for customer service, meter reading, billing, accounting, and auditing for the City's three utilities (water, wastewater, garbage and recycling). Utility Billing is also responsible for administering the City's Business License, backflow compliance, and central cashiering functions.
Are you a motivated, energetic, and creative individual interested in working for an agency making a difference for people in Santa Clara County? Are you detail-oriented yet able to understand the big picture? The award-winning Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) is looking for talented individuals to be a part of a collaborative, innovative organization dedicated to making homes and growing communities in Santa Clara County.
Working as a census worker can be a great way to make extra money while helping your community. The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of people across the country to assist with the 2020 Census Count. In Santa Clara County, the Bureau is looking to hire over 1000 census workers for a variety of temporary jobs, including census takers (also referred to as enumerators), recruiting assistants, office staff, and supervisors. Positions offer excellent pay ($24-$33 hourly rate), flexible hours, and paid training.