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The City of Hayward is seeking a Senior Management Analyst to perform comprehensive analyses and coordination of policies, procedures and programs in the assigned department. Under general direction from the Department Director, the incumbent develops, interprets and analyzes City and departmental policies and procedures, including budget analyses, preparation, and development.
The Information Services Department seeks a qualified Network Engineer - IS Communication Specialist II.
This position is responsible for design, configuration, maintenance, and fault isolation of the County enterprise network including: network security, routing, switching, wireless LAN, WAN, VOIP, Virtual Private Networking, testing, and repairing network infrastructure. This individual may exercise technical and functional direction over lower-level staff and may also provide training on a project basis.
ASSOCIATE CIVIL ENGINEER – Public works
$7,930 - $9,639 per month
Plus Excellent Benefits
37.5 Hour Work Week
Do you have a forward-thinking mindset?
Do you want to work where staff is encouraged to reduce bureaucracy and take reasonable risks?
Do you want to make a difference in the San Rafael community?
OPEN UNTIL FILLED: Apply by Monday, April 30, 2018 for first consideration
Preference will be given to candidates that demonstrate recent experience in traffic engineering and possess a valid Professional Traffic Engineer (TE) license issued by the State of California.
Final Filing Date: This is a continuous recruitment until the position is filled. This recruitment may close without notice. First round of application and resume screening will begin April 16, 2018.
ASSOCIATE CIVIL ENGINEER
The City is currently seeking a Senior Electric Engineering Technician who will be responsible for performing a wide range of sub-professional engineering and administrative duties including: planning, engineering design, project review, budgeting and management, labor and material estimates and complex phases of construction cost estimating. The incumbent has lead responsibility in planning, design and review of special and major development projects and has responsibility for the development and implementation of design and construction standards.
The City of Fremont's Engineering Division works within the Public Works Department to perform a wide range of public works duties, including: providing engineering design services, working with both the private and public development, community, providing transportation and traffic solutions, supporting real property interests and City facility improvements along with providing management of Capital Improvement Plan-funded infrastructure improvements including streets, public buildings and parks; and processing of development applications.
The City is currently recruiting for an Assistant Engineer or an Associate Engineer. The Level at which an individual is hired is dependent on their qualifications and relevant work experience. Under general supervision, the incumbent will perform professional engineering work in the design, evaluation and construction of streets, traffic controls, landscaping, parks, storm drains, sewer, water and other public works projects. This individual will also serve as a project manager on medium or less complex Capital Improvement Projects (CIP).