Job announcement postings are complimentary for public agency members or $95 for non-members and executive search firms (payment is required prior to posting). To post a job to the Job Board, please contact our Vice President, Selina Zapien at selina.zapien@acwd.com or (510) 668-4223.

  • 04/17/2019 11:31 AM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Salary: $11,134-$13,631 monthly  

    Final Filing Date: Wednesday, May 8, 2019 

    The Marin Municipal Water District seeks a highly experienced community oriented water conservation professional to develop, plan, administer and lead water conservation programs for the District. The ideal candidate will be a proven professional in the field of water conservation who will apply best practices, innovation and creativity in working with existing conservation programs and in the development of new programs in support of emerging industry technology. The Water Conservation Manager must be an effective communicator who will maintain collaborative relationships with community groups and other community stakeholders. The manager will have the individual responsibility for program development and implementation of the Water Conservation Master Plan. This key position will ensure that the District continues to advance water conservation activities to stretch our water supply in time of drought.

    THE DISTRICT: The District is a medium sized, municipal, water agency with a Board of Directors/General Manager form of government, 240 full time employees and a $112,000,000 combined annual operating and capital budget for FY 2019. Annually, the District delivers water to 190,000 residents and businesses in the central and southern portions of Marin County and has stewardship responsibilities for 21,000 acres of pristine watershed lands on Mt. Tam.

    THE JOB:

    This is a management level job class. This manager is responsible for the following: Develops, plans and administers District water conservation programs.

     Develops, plans and administers District water conservation programs.

     Manages, selects, trains, motivates and evaluates assigned staff; provides or coordinates staff training; works with employees to develop career performance and correct deficiencies.

     Reviews, analyzes and interprets data and information related to customer water use in the District as well as regional and statewide water use conditions.

     Leads the development and preparation of staff reports to the Board of Directors for water conservation measures, practices, policies and ordinances based on such information.

     Stays current with new trends and innovation in water conservation management methods and techniques, including regulatory and legislative issues.

     Manages the collection and analysis of the District’s annual data.

     Presents information concerning District water conservation programs to individuals, groups, professional associations and governmental agencies.

     Participates in the development and adoption of water use efficiency legislation, ordinances and practices.

     Evaluates District wide water conservation efforts and makes recommendations regarding implementation.

     Maintains, implements and updates Water Conservation Master Plans.

     Ensures District adheres to regulatory requirements for water efficiency targets.

     Monitors and evaluates conservation programs for other water districts and modifies the District’s program to maximize the efficiency of water resource planning efforts.

     Prepares and administers the department budget and oversees and approves payment requests for water conservation products, supplies and consultant services.

     Approves, prepares, reads and interprets landscape and irrigation plans and specifications.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    In addition to the skills and attributes mentioned above, the ideal candidate will meet the following minimum qualifications:

     Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in natural or physical science, landscape architecture, urban or regional planning, environmental engineering or closely related field with an emphasis on water resources related studies;

    AND

     Seven years of increasingly responsible experience in overseeing implementation of various water conservation programs such as: performing water use consultations; conducting water usage investigations and analysis; developing and implementing water conservation programs with analysis on effectiveness; developing and monitoring budget; writing and presenting staff reports; facilitating meetings with community organizations, representatives of commercial and residential customers, water industry groups and other public/private agencies. Experience must include four years of direct or lead supervision of staff.

    Other Requirements:

     Willingness to work evenings and weekends when necessary.

    Licenses and/or Certifications

     Possession of an Irrigation Association - Certified Landscape Irrigation Auditor's certificate desirable.

    The District offers an attractive compensation and benefits program. The salary range for this position is $11,134.00 - $13,631.00 per month ($133,608 - $163,572 annually), depending upon qualifications/experience.

    ~ A 3% SALARY ADJUSTMENT IS EXPECTED STARTING JULY 1, 2019

    Retirement: MMWD is a member of the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS), which offers reciprocity between agencies in the 37 Act County System.

     Classic employees – 2.7% @ 55 formula, highest 3 year average compensation. Employee contributes 8%.

     PEPRA employees – hired after 1/1/13 or Classic employees with 6 month break in service are eligible for a 2% @ 62 formula, highest 3 year average compensation. Currently, employee contributes 5.75%

    Health Insurance: CalPERS health care, which makes available a variety of medical plans. The premium contribution currently made by MMWD is $866.27 employee only; $1,732.54 employee + 1 or more; opt out-out payment of $100 per pay period.

    Dental: Dental insurance is available to employees and their families.

    The District offers additional benefits to include Administrative Leave, Deferred Comp (employee option), Life and Long-Term Disability Insurance, vacation, sick leave, holidays and more.

    SELECTION PROCESS:

    The process may include a panel interview and a final interview. Only those candidates with the best combination of qualifications in relation to the requirements and duties of the position will continue in the selection process.

    HOW TO APPLY:

    Apply by Wednesday, May 8, 2019 by 4:30 p.m. for manual submissions; 5:00 p.m. for online submissions

    Apply online at:

     To be considered for this position you must submit a completed application, cover letter and resume.

     Complete and submit the supplemental questionnaire.

    TIMELINE:

     Interviews are tentatively scheduled for Thursday, June 6, 2019. Please hold this date on your calendar.

     Finalists will be invited back for interviews tentatively scheduled for the week of June 17, 2019.

    *Dates subject to change.

     

  • 04/17/2019 11:22 AM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Salary: $5,084-$6,144 monthly

    Filing Deadline: Tuesday, 04/30/2019 by 4:30 p.m. for manual submissions; 5:00 p.m. for online submissions

    POSITION DESCRIPTION

    There is one temporary full-time (up to 24 months) position and one regular full-time Meter Reader & Repair Worker I position open in the Administrative Services Division. Interested persons must submit a completed District application and supplemental questionnaire responses by the filing deadline.

    DEFINITION

    This is an entry-level training classification. Incumbents are assigned and will receive on-the-job training in a wide variety of duties under close supervision involving reading and basic repair of several styles of smaller water meters. The duties of the classification are divided between field and shop activities. In addition, incumbents may be assigned the more skilled work for training purposes. Employees (in regular status) in this classification may advance to the next level of the job series by demonstrating competency and proficiency in the core duties and tasks.

    EXAMPLES OF DUTIES

     Accurately read several styles of water meters on assigned routes according to predetermined schedules using various methods; manual (pulling meter box lid and reading from the meter display), electronic hand held device or other new and emerging technology;

     Compares current reading with prior readings to determine accuracy and appropriateness of reading; e.g. high consumption, zero consumption, potential misread;

     Determines if there is readily apparent cause, and reports the reason for unusual conditions where consumption seems out of line with seasonal demand and rate of previous consumption.

     Repair, replace, and test several styles of water meters 1" in size and smaller, in field and shop situations, to include new and emerging technology;

     Clean, set and replace meter boxes and lids;

     Assists and learns District procedures when investigating and reviewing with consumers a variety of water service problems;

     May assist in the repair, replacement, and testing of several styles of meters 1-1/2" in size and larger, to include new and emerging technology;

     Perform flow and pressure tests as needed on consumer services;

     Interpret and read maps, drawings, and sketches to locate services utilizing manual and electronic methods;

     Maintain daily records of work performed, time, materials and equipment (manually and electronically);

     May operate water system valves and hydrants as required;

     Be knowledgeable of the District’s water system and how to operate water system valves and hydrants as required;

     Reports hazardous field conditions;

     Verifies and reports service information corrections and may update records as needed;

     Uses a computer or other electronic device to input and retrieve data;

     Follows applicable safety rules and regulations;

     Performs other related duties and responsibilities as required.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Knowledge of:

     Basic mathematics, including fractions and decimal places;

     Basic repairs to plumbing, and hand tools used in the repair and maintenance of pipes and water lines;

     Methods used in pipe and water facility installation and repairs;

     Methods of routine recordkeeping;

     Relevant safety precautions and procedures.

    Ability to:

     Record and enter numbers accurately and quickly on a repetitive basis;

     Learn to analyze meter service problems and make necessary repairs;

     Learn to perform meter maintenance functions such as riser installation, meter insulation, and box cleanout or replacement;

     Use tools and equipment necessary to maintain and repair various types of water meters;

     Make arithmetic computations;

     Read and interpret street maps (manual and electronic);

     Maintain records (manual and electronic);

     Understand and carry out written and oral instructions;

     Perform extensive walking, climbing, bending and stooping in all weather conditions;

     Write legibly and accurately;

     Use portable or desk top computers and other electronic office and field equipment;

     Deal effectively with those contacted in the course of work.

    Training and Experience:

    Any combination equivalent to experience and education that could likely provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:

     Completion of the twelfth grade or its equivalent;

    and

     Some demonstrated experience necessary to be successful in mechanical repair and/or plumbing.

     Demonstrated ability to read and record numbers accurately and quickly.

     Demonstrated ability to use tools and electronic equipment, including computers, both in office and field in the course of duty.

    LICENSES AND/OR CERTIFICATIONS

     Possession of an appropriate California driver's license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles and satisfactory driving record.

    OTHER REQUIREMENTS

     Per California Government Code, Title 1, Division 4, Chapter 8, Section 3100 “all public employees are hereby declared to be disaster service workers subject to such disaster service activities as may be assigned to them by their superiors or by law.” (Ref: California Government Code, Title 1, Division 4, Chapter 8, Sections 3100 – 3109);

     Possession of an appropriate California driver's license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles and a satisfactory driving record;

     Willingness to wear prescribed uniform; and

     Work overtime as required.

    To be successful in this job, an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each of the listed duties. These duties are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required for the position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the duties and functions of the position. Requests for reasonable accommodation should be directed to the Human Resources Manager.

    APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS

    To be considered for this career opportunity, applicants must submit the following information to the Human Resources Department by the filing deadline shown on this announcement:

    a. Properly completed District application. Clearly state the title of the position for which you are applying.

    b. Supplemental application. The attached page of supplemental questions will be a primary tool in evaluating qualifications for this position. The responses will be evaluated along with the completed application form. Applications received without completed Supplemental Responses will not be considered.

    c. Resume. Strongly recommended (see below).

    A resume may be included but does not substitute for a completed application. Applicants meeting the minimum qualifications are not guaranteed advancement in the selection process. It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to show that he/she meets the minimum qualifications in this job announcement.

    SPECIAL NOTE FOR INTERNAL APPLICANTS:

    NOTE: Please do NOT assume the recruiter or panel members know what you do and what experience you have. It is strongly recommended that you include a resume and clearly show that you meet the minimum qualifications. Do NOT put “see resume”.

    Screening decisions are based on the application materials submitted. Personnel files, training records, etc. are NOT necessarily accessed and reviewed by Human Resources in determining which applicants will move forward in the process.

    The examination process may consist of an application screening, written and/or practical test, and oral and/or final interviews. All applicants will be notified of the disposition of their application. Based upon information provided in the application documents, the applicants presenting the best job-related qualifications will be invited to continue in the process. An eligibility list may result from this examination process.

    The selected candidate, upon acceptance of a conditional offer for District employment, will undergo a background and conducted by an outside agency and must take and pass a pre-employment/pre-duty medical exam and drug test. Additionally, depending upon job duty assignments, the selected candidate may be required to submit an original California Department of Motor Vehicles H-6 printout (10-year history). Current employees are exempt from this requirement.

    Do NOT submit the DMV H-6 until requested to do so.

    You may apply ONLINE through CalOPPS.org

    Online applications are strongly encouraged and will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on the filing deadline date.

    A manual application packet may also be obtained by calling 415-945-1434, or in person at MMWD/HR, 220 Nellen Avenue, Corte Madera, CA 94925. The filing deadline time for in-person manual application and faxed application submissions is 4:30 p.m. on the filing deadline date.

    If application materials are faxed, the originals of the submissions must be mailed and post marked by the filing deadline date indicated in the job posting.

  • 04/08/2019 4:00 PM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Final Filing Date: April 29, 2019

    Salary: $6745-$8608 monthly 

     

    The San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District is currently recruiting to fill an Administrative

    Assistant to the Deputy Chief vacancy within the Fleet, Facilities and Operations Divisions. The

    ideal candidate must have experience performing a wide range of high level administrative and

    executive support duties and must have a proven ability to independently manage multiple tasks

    and projects with competing priorities and deadlines. This position requires exceptional

    organizational skills, flexibility and focus while working in a fast-paced professional environment.

    Organizing and maintaining administrative processes, calendaring, scheduling, coordinating

    meetings and responding to inquiries and public records requests are essential to this position.

    Excellent communication skills and a high level of professionalism are also required.

     

    The ideal candidate will be experienced in:

    *Preparing budget reports and annual budget requests

    *Providing high-level administrative and secretarial support to executive level management.

    *Communicating with elected officials, management, community leaders and members of the

    public.

    *Writing a wide variety of topics for various audiences and mediums (website, social updates,

    etc.).

    *Researching and organizing concise, eye-catching content for high-level presentations.

    *Managing multiple assignments while maintaining attention to detail.

    *Utilizing excellent computer and written communication skills.

    *Proficiency in computer systems and applications, such as Microsoft Windows and the

    *Microsoft Office suite (Microsoft Word, Excel, SharePoint, PowerPoint).

    *Adeptly proofreading documents including contracts, letters, etc.

    *Employing strong customer service, excellent written and verbal communication and

    effective problem-solving skills.

     

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    Any combination of experience and education that would provide the required knowledge and

    abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:

    Education: An Associate of Arts or Science degree is required. Bachelor of Arts or Science degree

    is preferred with course-work in business, office management or a related field.

    Experience: Four years full-time of increasingly responsible secretarial and clerical experience

    involving frequent public contact, including one year in a lead capacity. Experience working in a

    public agency setting is desirable. Experience must be within the last 5 years.

    LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE

    Possession of a valid California Driver's License. Maintenance of a valid California driver's license

    is required as a condition of employment.

    Application Process:

    Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. Candidates must apply online through Government

    Jobs at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/srvfire. A complete job announcement is also available

    on the District website at www.firedepartment.org/employment.

    T o be considered, please submit a completed application and resume. The application and

    attachments must be submitted into governmentjobs.com no later than 4:00 pm, April 19,

    2019. Interviews are tentatively scheduled for the week of April 29, 2019.

     

     

     

     

  • 04/08/2019 1:30 PM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Final Filing Date: Thursday, May 2, 2019

    Salary: $9431.00-$11555.00 per month

    Safety doesn’t just happen by accident!

     

    THE JOB:

    This is a management level job class responsible for the management, administration and coordination of the District’s health, safety and emergency management programs to assure an effective and coordinated response to emergency events and to protect the District from exposures to hazardous or unsafe conditions. This individual will have considerable knowledge of federal and state regulations pertaining to worker health and safety issues, and emergency preparedness. This position works closely with division managers and employees in establishing and maintaining comprehensive health, safety and emergency management programs.

    ·         Plans, organizes, integrates, develops and implements comprehensive employee health and safety programs to ensure compliance with District safety requirements and federal and state laws and regulations for employee occupational health and safety; evaluates on an on-going basis the effectiveness of safety training programs; identifies safety related training needs to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements;

    ·         Plans, develops and executes District health and safety programs and policies to prevent injury, occupational illness and damage to District property;

    ·         Interprets and implements health and safety regulations from Cal/OSHA; represents the District in inspections and hearings conducted by Cal/OSHA and other regulatory agencies;

    ·         Conducts special and periodic inspections of District facilities and operations to identify safety and environmental hazards; responds to the scene of employee personal injury accidents or serious incidents; develops findings and recommendations; and prepares required reports on employee accidents and accident trends;

    ·         Administers a hazardous materials and waste management program;

    ·         Develops emergency response and management programs, strategies, and solutions designed to provide employees with a safe and secure work environment;

    ·         Plans, develops and, in the event of an emergency, executes the District’s emergency management plan;

    ·         Develops and conducts exercises and tabletop drills to determine preparedness, ability to respond to disasters and crisis and to recover District resources; works with District emergency responder employees to ensure understanding of individual roles and responsibility related to emergency response;

    ·         Provides day-to-day leadership and supervision and works with staff to ensure high performance, customer service-oriented work environment;

    Minimum Qualifications:

    In addition to the skills and attributes mentioned above, the ideal candidate will meet the following minimum qualifications:

    ·         Graduation from a four year college with a degree in industrial safety, business administration, occupational health sciences, emergency management or other directly applicable field.

    ·         Five years of increasingly responsible professional experience in occupational health and safety, and/or emergency management or other closely related field.

    ·         Possession of a valid California Class C driver’s license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles and a satisfactory driving record.

    ·         Knowledge of computers and word processing, spreadsheet, visual presentation software used in conjunction with contemporary business practices

    Desired: Certifications related to OSHA, safety, industrial hygiene, emergency management, hazardous materials a plus.

    Apply online at www.Calopps.org
  • 04/08/2019 12:18 PM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Final Filing Date: Monday, May 6, 2019

    Salary: $12,288.00-$15,585.00 per month

    This is an opportunity for a dynamic, forward thinking and exceptional communicator to represent a highly visible and community oriented organization providing quality water to customers  and visitors of Central and Southern Marin County.

    This is a management level job class responsible for the planning, development and administration of a variety of the District’s public information services, legislative affairs, public outreach strategies, grants, and internal and external communications. Provides professional support for important District interests such as, water conservation and volunteer and community outreach programs. The Incumbent is responsible for compliance review and coordination of legislative programs and manages the overall development of the District’s communication program; provides direction to a communications team and oversees grant projects and the projects of the communications department.

    The Marin Municipal Water District is recruiting for a Communications and Public Affairs Manager to lead effective communications and direct the activities and operations in support of comprehensive communication, media outreach, customer and community affairs, legislative affairs and grant programs. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned public information professional with a proven track record of being highly adept at providing accurate, strong and consistent messaging, soliciting feedback and understanding and addressing local community needs. The manager will serve as a spokesperson for the District. The District interacts with numerous stakeholders, values input of the community and takes pride in providing efficient and transparent communication to address everyday routine issues to more complex and controversial issues. The collaborative, innovative and politically astute person will serve as an advisor to the General Manager and the Board regarding communications and public affairs. The successful manager will take initiative in community outreach and will use sound judgment in managing legislative and media affairs.

    MINIMUM  QUALIFICATIONS:

    In addition to the skills and attributes mentioned above, the ideal candidate will meet the following minimum qualifications:

    ·         Training: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in public relations, journalism, or a closely related field.

    ·         Experience: Five years of increasingly responsible experience in the field of public information, including experience with news outlets, event coordination, and community outreach. Experience must also include website management and management of social media for business purposes. Two years of experience in a supervisory or management capacity is highly desired. Experience in a like agency is desired.

    Apply online at Calopps.org

     

     

  • 04/04/2019 11:38 AM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

     

    The Position and Ideal Candidate

    • The Human Resources/Payroll Analyst is a confidential position that will report to the Administrative Services Director and will be responsible for all payroll and certain human resources activities.
    • The ideal candidate will be able to follow routine matters in accordance with City policy and can follow oral and written instructions; explain laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to payroll and human resources; and provide assistance by interpreting and explaining employee benefit plans.
    • Specific competencies should include strong interpersonal and excellent organizational skills.  An ability to work independently and in team environments. An ability to work on several different tasks simultaneously with accuracy and independence.    
    • This position requires a person who is flexible, a good listener and can express ideas clearly and concisely, exercises good judgment in analyzing situations and making decisions. An essential component of this position is the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others and provide exceptional customer service.
    • The Human Resources/Payroll Analyst will be involved in the collective bargaining process as a member of the City’s negotiating team. The position will be involved in preparing materials for labor negotiations, handling of correspondence between agency representatives regarding negotiation issues and use of salary and benefits data for labor cost analysis.

    The salary range for the Administrative Services Analyst is $4,116 - $5,516 per month. The City also offers an attractive benefits package including:

    • Retirement: California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CALPERS). State laws have established the following retirement requirements:
    • Classic Members: Retirement formula of 2.5% at 55 based on a single highest year compensation with employee paying a 2.75% contribution.
    • New Members: Retirement formula of 2% at 62, based on a 3 year final compensation period, with employee paying a 6.25% contribution.
    • Vacation: 12-23 days annually depending on years of service.
    • Personal Leave: 40 hours per year.
    • Holidays: 13 designated days and 2 floating holidays per year.
    • Sick Leave: 12 days per year.
    • Health Insurance: City paid Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
    • Life Insurance: City paid life insurance policy of $50,000.
    • Disability Insurance: City paid long term insurance.

     

    Please visit our website to apply for this opportunity. A completed City application is required and can be obtained on the City’s website at the following link:

    http://www.scottsvalley.org/334/Employment-Opportunities

    Resumes will be screened according to qualifications. The most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the City’s interview process. References will be contacted only following candidate approval.

    Filing Deadline

    Friday, May 3, 2019

    If you have questions,

    please contact:

    Tracy Ferrara, City Clerk
    1 Civic Center Drive

    Scotts Valley, CA 95066

    831-440-5600

    tferrara@scottsvalley.org

  • 04/04/2019 11:26 AM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

     

    The Position and Ideal Candidate

    The Accountant I is a represented position responsible to perform a variety of complex professional accounting and budgeting duties. Duties to include, but not limited to, the processing of accounts payable, payroll, and utility billing.

    The ideal candidate will be able to work independently to analyze, verify, prepare, and maintain complex and technical financial statements, documents, records and reports, and will also be able to meet schedules and timelines.

    Specific competencies should include knowledge of professional accounting standards such as generally accepted accounting principles and generally accepted auditing standards (GAAP, GAAS). 

    This position requires a person who is flexible, a good listener and can express ideas clearly and concisely, exercises good judgment in analyzing situations and making decisions. An essential component of this position is the ability to proficiently operate a personal computer, computer terminal, and other office equipment to prepare end products such as reports, statements, etc.

    The Accountant I must have at least two years of increasingly responsible experience in professional accounting, budget preparation, or analysis. Public agency experience is highly desired. The applicant must also have the equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in accounting, finance, economics, or related field.  

    The salary range for the Accountant I is $4,130 - $5,536 per month. The City also offers an attractive benefits package including:

    • § Retirement: California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CALPERS). State laws have established the following retirement requirements:
    • o Classic Members: Retirement formula of 2.5% at 55 based on a single highest year compensation with employee paying a 2.75% contribution.
    • o New Members: Retirement formula of 2% at 62, based on a 3 year final compensation period, with employee paying a 6.25% contribution.
    • § Vacation: 12-23 days annually depending on years of service.
    • § Personal Leave: 40 hours per year.
    • § Holidays: 13 designated days and 2 floating holidays per year.
    • § Sick Leave: 12 days per year.
    • § Health Insurance: City paid Medical, dental, and vision insurance.
    • § Life Insurance: City paid life insurance policy of $50,000.
    • § Disability Insurance: City paid long term insurance.

    To Apply-Filing deadline Friday, May 3, 2019

    Please visit our website to apply for this opportunity. A completed City application is required and can be obtained on the City’s website at the following link:

    http://www.scottsvalley.org/334/Employment-Opportunities
  • 03/28/2019 9:46 AM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Final Filing Date: Sunday, April 28, 2019

    Salary range currently under review (existing range goes up to $162,355). Salary is supplemented by a competitive benefits package.

    Located 40 miles north of San Francisco and known for its charm and character, the City of Petaluma (pop. 62,000) is the Gem of Sonoma County.  A quaint community with huge personality, Petaluma combines country with city and quirky with conventional for a unique lifestyle that has something for everyone.  With so much to offer, Forbes Travel declared Petaluma “the wine country’s hottest new destination” in 2017.  Petaluma is a full-service, Charter City with eight departments and approximately 340 staff.

    The ideal candidate will be a hands-on human resource professional with a strong foundation in public sector personnel management and organizational development. Along with being an exceptional leader and communicator, the new HR Director will be a key member of the executive team working with the new City Manager leading organizational change.  A bachelor’s degree plus five years of public personnel management experience, including three in a supervisory role, are required.

    Salary range currently under review (existing range goes up to $162,355). Salary is supplemented by a competitive benefits package. Closes midnight on Sunday, April 28, 2019.  Visit www.tbcrecruiting.com for latest info and to apply online.

Address: 909 Marina Village Pkwy #191, Alameda, CA 94501

Website: www.CalGovHR.org / Email: info@CalGovHR.org

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