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Under direction of the Deputy City Manager, the Recycling and Solid Waste Program Manager plans, organizes, directs and participates in the administration of multiple integrated solid waste management contracts and programs within the City Manager’s Office; represents the City and provides staff support for a variety of intergovernmental committees, subcommittees and authorities.
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This is an advanced journey level technical classification reporting to the Information Systems Manager. Under general supervision, the Information Systems Specialist provides complex technical support including network maintenance, setup, operation, and control of information systems hardware and software, and telecommunications activities, and supporting the Police Department. Employee may be required to work on-call, extended/off hours, holidays, and weekends. If assigned to the Police Department then a Police background and polygraph may be conducted.
The City of Pleasanton is recruiting for the position of Managing Director of Utilities and Environmental Services.
Under general direction, the Web and Database Administrator coordinates the design, development, programming, and maintenance of the City’s Internet and Intranet web sites; maintains on premise and cloud databases and related services, including the security, effectiveness, efficiency, appeal and troubleshooting of databases; and develops databases and/or web applications that are in compliance with applicable city government requirements, standards and best practices.
A Dispatcher I is a civilian employee of the Police Department who performs a variety of tasks in the Department’s Support Services Division. The Dispatcher I receives incoming calls for police assistance and response; acts as a primary Dispatcher when appropriate; performs a variety of general support duties related to police communications; completes a wide variety of general clerical duties.
The Dispatcher I duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Under general supervision, the Public Safety Dispatcher receives emergency and non-emergency calls for service and dispatches police and fire units or other public safety personnel; performs data entry and other clerical duties; and performs related work as assigned.
- Basic law enforcement terminology, rules and procedures.
- Modern office methods and procedures, equipment and filing systems.
Ability or Skill to: