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The County of Yuba is currently recruiting for a Supply Mail Clerk in the Health and Human Services Department. Under general supervision, receives shipments, fills supply requests, processes incoming and outgoing mail, provides courier services, assists with routine minor maintenance and repair and performs related work as assigned.
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The City of Foster City is seeking a temporary part-time Office Assistant to provide clerical assistance to the Communications/City Clerk Department. Please note that this is a temporary, non-benefited position, and the duration of the position is expected to last between 4 and 6 months. The expected hours are approximately 25 hours a week, Monday-Friday, 5 hours per day.
This is an opportunity to gain an understanding of local government functions while being part of a dynamic team.
The City of Belmont is seeking a Senior Lifeguard to supervise the Summer Aquatics Program.
• Must hold current Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED and First Aid Certificates. With proof of payment, the City will reimburse you for the cost of the lifeguard certification training at the end of the aquatics season.
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Are you passionate about aquatics? If so, the City of Belmont invites you to apply to our Lifeguard and Swim Instructor positions.
Monday – Friday Shifts - NO WEEKENDS!
Lifeguard I / Swim Instructor I $16.39 – 19.92
Lifeguard II / Swim Instructor II $17.25 – 20.97
• All positions hours range from 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Applications accepted until minimum number meeting our qualifications have been received.
Under general direction, performs complex and responsible technical and clerical work for the Director of Human Resources in the administration of the City's Human Resources program. Completes related work as required.
The Parks, Beaches and Recreation Department within the City of Pacifica works closely with the community providing programming to youth, seniors and all citizens. We strive to foster a collaborative atmosphere among staff while providing high quality programs, activities and events to the community and neighborhoods. We take pride in offering excellent community service while remaining adaptable and responsive to our residents' needs and expectations.
This is a journey-level class in the Police Records Specialist classification series responsible for maintaining information in specialized departmental databases, preparing and assembling reports, processing payments, and preparing and processing subpoenas, requests for information, and other documents. All activities are performed within specified legal guidelines. Incumbents are expected to work independently and exercise judgment and initiative.