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“This is a continuous recruitment which can be closed at any time without notice.”
THE POSITION Under general supervision, this non-sworn, non-peace officer position performs assignments involving responsible public contact work in crime prevention and delivers non-emergency police services; also performs related duties as required.
Prerequisites / Qualifications
POSITION: SUPERINTENDENT, BUS SAFETY & TRAINING (PS101469)
This position is on-call 24/7 and is located at the Bus Transit, San Rafael Office.
SALARY RANGE: $117,728.00 - $142,292.80 annually plus excellent benefits
Employee pays 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan
Please note: This is a DISPATCHER II LATERAL OPPORTUNITY for those EXPERIENCED in PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCH (911). ONLY those with PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCH experience need apply.
THIS IS A CONTINUOUS RECRUITMENT
· One year of public safety dispatch experience comparable to that of a Dispatcher I in the City of San Mateo.
· Experience within the last three years is highly desirable.
The mission of the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District is to provide the people of the Livermore area with outstanding recreation programs and a system of parks, trails, recreation areas and facilities that promote enjoyment, lifelong learning and healthy active lifestyles.
Application Start Date: February 18, 2020.
Application Deadline: Open until filled
(Senior Citizen Van Driver)
$14.64 - $17.80/hr., Part-time, No Benefits
DEFINITION: Under supervision, drives the City’s 7-15 passenger van(s) and provides responsible, safe transport for senior citizens and the physically disabled. Schedule may include evenings, holidays and weekends; work schedule will not exceed 28 hours per week.
Please see the job description and announcement below.
The City of Rocklin is now accepting applications for Public Safety Dispatcher II (lateral) for the City’s Police Department to perform a variety of duties in receiving, evaluating, prioritizing, and relaying calls for emergency and non-emergency public safety assistance; dispatching appropriate units and coordinating responses of emergency personnel; operating a variety of telecommunications equipment including radio, telephone, and computer aided dispatch systems; and performing a wide variety of specialized duties involved in emergency communications.