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The City of San José is creating the civic technology foundation that helps our community thrive every day. Do you have the skills and sense of service it takes? If yes, apply here…
The Office of Councilmember Peralez is recruiting for a Community Relations Coordinator/Representative to assist communication and public information efforts of the District office. The selected individual may be classified as Community Relations Coordinator or Representative, based on relevant education and experience. Education and/or experience in the fields of marketing, communications, public information or public relations is highly desirable. The following are examples of the types of job duties and responsibilities the selected individual may be responsible for:
The City of Sunnyvale seeks a dynamic and patron oriented librarian to manage and lead Digital Initiatives at the Sunnyvale Public Library. This includes the planning, implementing and supporting e-services for the Library. He or she will analyze and evaluate new technology and library use trends, including website, online public access catalog, social media, databases, mobile app, and other web-based services that address the diverse and changing community needs.
One of the fundamental concepts that makes a Smart City actually smart is better use of data at scale to transform city service delivery. On top of every kind of city infrastructure—from traffic lights, to sewers, to our vehicle fleet—there is now a new ‘data layer’ that uses sensors and connectivity to provide data that can improve services, and even shift to new services that have never previously existed. This is possible if, and only if, we invest in new approaches to our data infrastructure, architecture and analytics capability.
The Laboratory provides critical analytical services for monitoring operations, compliance, and industrial discharges at the Wastewater Facility; and the support of various studies monitoring water quality issues in the Bay and urban tributaries. Our state-of-the-art facility provides analysis for trace metals, organics, microbiology, toxicological bioassays and other tests for air, soil, and wastewater. The lab operates 365 days a year and processes more than 50,000 samples annually for internal and external customers.
The Assistant to the City Manager is a key member of the Administration, Policy and Intergovernmental Relations (API) Program. API supports City-wide leadership by ensuring greater capacity and alignment of program and policy priorities internally and externally.