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AC Transit is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Budget Manager. This position serves as the overall management of the district budget. Under general direction, plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates the activities of the Budget unit of the Finance department, including short- and long-range operating and capital budgets and coordinates District-wide budget activities with other departments.
SENIOR CIVIL LAND SURVEYOR
$8,266 - $10,048/mo. + excellent benefits
DEFINITION: Under direction from higher level management, provides supervision of the program and activities related to acquisition of Right of Way required to execute the City’s Seven-Year Capital Project Program and provides review and approval of the Land Development map checking requirement. Exercises direct supervision over professional and technical staff.
BACKGROUND: In service to the City of Fremont and the Tri-City community for over 35 years, the City of Fremont’s Human Services Department (HSD) provides services to youth, families, and seniors. During its tenure, HSD’s ability to build strong partnerships throughout Fremont’s diverse community has allowed it to become a trusted ally to residents who are most in need.
The City of Fremont’s Human Services Department is currently looking for a temporary employee to serve as Winter Shelter Coordinator. This position is responsible for the daily operations of the shelter and overseeing monitors and volunteers who staff the facility. This position reports to the Human Services Director, or her designee, and coordinates with the Department’s Executive Assistant regarding scheduling, reporting, and other administrative tasks.
The City of Albany Fire Department is a full service fire department providing the community with many diverse services including fire protection, advance life support patient care transport, emergency and disaster response, structural and wildland fire suppression, public education, charity outreach, community education, fire prevention, hazardous incident mitigation, and open water rescue, earthquake preparedness and special events. In 2017, the Albany Fire Department responded to 2,031 incidents from a single station.