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The City of Lathrop serves more than 23,000 residents and is one of Northern California’s fastest growing communities. It is strategically centered between the Stockton, Manteca, and Tracy submarkets within San Joaquin County.
A dynamic executive leadership team guides City staff in working cross functionally to deliver services to Lathrop’s growing community. As a result of careful stewardship, the City operates in a strong and stable financial environment.
Provide the highest level of care, treatment, and transportation for all patients in an expedient and safe manner as specified by City of Sanger Fire Department and Central California Emergency Medical Services policy, procedures, processes, and protocols. This is part-time employment with no benefits. Incumbent must meet the minimum training and experience qualifications required.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
Incumbents perform the full range of paramedic duties under general supervision. Duties are performed under emergency conditions.
Associate Civil Engineer (Land Development)
Filing Deadline: 5pm on Friday, November 30, 2018
Annual Salary: $96,492—$118,404
For those who desire a challenging work environment in an urban setting, the City of San Bruno Public Works Department is a progressive organization offering a unique career opportunity.
Date Posted: October 29, 2018
Classification: COORDINATOR, SCHOOL SAFETY AND RISK PREVENTION
(Pending Personnel Commission approval)
Work Schedule: 8 hours per day (8:00AM – 5:00PM);
5 days per week (Monday – Friday);
12 months per year
Building Attendant I/II
Temporary / Part-Time Postion - No Benefits
Approximately 20 hours per week - Evenings & Weekends
(Not to exceed 1,000 hours in a fiscal year)
The Belmont Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for part-time Building Attendants. Building Attendants provide operational supervision of facilities during the absence of full-time staff.
Why Join our Department?
The Department of Information Technology’s mission is to provide IT services and technology consulting for City Departments through innovation, collaboration and professionalism. We offer a great working environment with opportunities to apply and advance your technical skills, as a supervisory-level employee with significant responsibility.
The City of Redwood City’s Library Department – Downtown Library; Fair Oaks Branch Library; Redwood Shores Branch Library and Schaberg Branch Library – is looking for energetic, enthusiastic individuals who enjoy working with customers of all ages in a challenging and fun environment, and who are interested in working 10-15 hours per week including day, evening and weekend hours.