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The City of Redwood City invites you to apply for the position of Assistant Engineer I/II. The current opening is in the Engineering and Transportation Division of the Community Development Department, and provides an excellent opportunity for an entry level or journey level civil engineer seeking variety and challenge. The incumbent may serve on a team for civil engineering design and construction projects of moderate size and complexity, investigate field problems affecting property owners, citizens, contractors, and maintenance operations.
The Town is hiring for both Program Leader and Program Assistant positions.
Both roles are part-time, temporary, non-benefitted positions; 15-20 hours per week (not to exceed 950 hours per fiscal year); predominantly afternoon/early evening schedule with some weekends and concurrent with the school year.
PROGRAM LEADER (Teen Center Staff)
Salary Range: $11.00 to $14.06/hour
City of St. Helena, California
Public Safety Dispatcher
Salary Range: $26.41—$32.10 Hourly
The City of St. Helena is located in the center of the premier Napa Valley wine-making region of California approximately 6o miles north of the San Francisco Bay Area. The City has a population of approximately 6,000 and is a full service city with its own Police Department, Public Library, Building Department, Water and Sewer Departments and Part-Time Fire Department.
The City of Saint Helena is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. The Police Officer is required to perform a full scope of assigned law enforcement duties and responsibilities under general supervision. Police Officers are expected to work various shifts including day, swing, graveyard, and weekends. Currently Police Officers are working a 12-hour schedule.
The following duties are considered essential for this position:
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JOB TYPE: PART-TIME, TEMPORARY/SEASONAL
The Senior Recreation Leader assists in planning, organizing and conducting recreation activities in the delivery of recreation program the areas of preschool, playground, parks, teens, sports, special events, and senior citizens. This position supports the After School and Student Union programs:
Work Schedule: Monday 1:45PM-5:45PM ASR / 2:45PM-5:45PM SU
SELECTION PROCEDURE: Incomplete applications will be not be considered. First review of applications starts on December 21, 2018. The most qualified candidates may be invited to participate in an interview.
MEDICAL EXAMINATION: Appointment is contingent upon the results of the job related medical evaluation which will include a physical examination, administered at no expense to the candidate. A drug screening test will be administered as part of this exam.
The City of Sunnyvale is looking for a dynamic and flexible person to help modernize, update, and renovate City infrastructure. The current opening is located within the unit assigned to deliver two key programs - rebuild of the Water Pollution Control Plant and design and construction of a new City Hall. The ideal candidate shall demonstrate exceptional communication and strong project management skills to keep the projects on time and on budget.