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The San Mateo County Sheriff's Office invites applications for the Deputy Sheriff Trainee position. We pledge Commitment, Integrity, and Compassion to all citizens and visitors. Whether you are looking to start a career or advance a career in law enforcement, the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office invites you to join our team of over 700 staff and approximately 500 volunteers to carry these values forward.
Code Enforcement Official I/II/III
Level I: $4,243 - $5,157 per month
Level II: $4,682 - $5,691 per month
Level III: $5,560 - $6,758 per month
Plus excellent benefits
OPEN UNTIL FILLED: Apply by Sunday, December 2, 2018, for first consideration
Do you have a forward-thinking mindset?
The County of Yuba is currently recruiting for the position of Program Aide in the Health & Human Services Department. Currently, there are two vacancies; one exists in the Housing Support Program and another vacancy exists within Public Health programs. This position reports directly to an associated professional, supervisory, or managerial position depending on assignment.
The County of Yuba is currently recruiting for the classification of Chief Deputy County Counsel. This single executive management level classification is second-in-command of the office of the County Counsel. Under general direction, the Chief Deputy County Counsel assist in planning, organization and oversight of department-wide services; assign and direct the work of subordinate personnel; may act for the County Counsel during periods of absence; may carry a workload that involves complex and sensitive transactions, legal cases or issues; and perform other duties as assigned.
PLEASE NOTE: This position has no compensation and no benefits, and will not lead to future employment with the city. This position may be used to satisfy school credit or internship requirements.
Under general supervision, performs routine clerical work, including filing, typing and a variety of administrative duties in support of the City’s Personnel Office.
The Parking Enforcement Community Service Officer is a civilian, non-sworn position. Under the direction of a police supervisor, the CSO Parking Enforcement is responsible for a variety of routine traffic enforcement and control duties, related primarily to the enforcement of municipal parking laws and regulations.
The City of Pacifica has an exciting opportunity for you to join our team!
The City of Pacifica works closely with the community and citizens, providing quality service. We take pride in offering excellent community service while remaining adaptable and responsive to our residents' needs and expectations.