Police LieutenantCity of PinolePinole, CAThis managerial class is distinguished from the Police Sergeant class in that there is broader responsibility and greater authority to act for the Department. $131,379 - $159,692 a year
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DispatcherThe City of PinolePinole, CAFollowing established procedures distributes to the proper individual or agency, such as the District Attorney, City Attorney, Probation Department, Sheriff's Office or court; files reports and maintains automated or manual logs of departmental actions.
WWTP Operations SupervisorThe City of PinolePinole, CaliforniaThis is the working-supervisory level in the wastewater treatment plant operations series, providing work oversight, supervision and review to staff in addition to performing work in all operational and maintenance areas, depending upon the immediate needs of the City. Successful performance of the work requires a high degree of technical and regulatory knowledge to ensure that all plant operations and laboratory activities are in compliance with NPDES requirements.
WWTP Operations SupervisorThe City of PinolePinole, CAThis is the working-supervisory level in the wastewater treatment plant operations series, providing work oversight, supervision and review to staff in addition to performing work in all operational and maintenance areas, depending upon the immediate needs of the City. Successful performance of the work requires a high degree of technical and regulatory knowledge to ensure that all plant operations and laboratory activities are in compliance with NPDES requirements.
Last updated 30+ days ago
WWTP Operator InternThe City of PinolePinole, CAThe purpose of this position is to provide an opportunity for a high school graduate interested in the wastewater profession and interested in obtaining his/her Operator In Training (OIT) certificate to work side-by-side with plant personnel to acquire job skills and gain an understanding of plant processes, particularly maintenance, laboratory and plant operations. Intern
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