City of Pleasanton

The City of Pleasanton is a full-service municipality with a workforce of approximately 465 employees and an additional 400 temporary staff. 

Located at the junction of I-580 and I-680, Pleasanton is proximate to the major business markets of Silicon Valley, San Francisco and the Central Valley.

As one of Northern California’s premier residential and business communities, Pleasanton is well-regarded as an attractive and friendly city with a strong heritage, active and involved residents, a wide variety of services, well planned business areas, a historic downtown and well-cared for homes in family oriented neighborhoods.

 

17 job(s) at City of Pleasanton

City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Sep 30, 2018
Full Time
Recreation Assistant (part-time, temporary) U:Job DescriptionsLifeguard - Job Announcement - 2018.docx Lifeguard (part-time, temporary) $11.03 - $12.76 per hour (depending on experience) Open Until Filled The Aquatics division seeks part-time, temporary Lifeguards to work at the Dolores Bengtson Aquatic Center for their seasonal and year-round aquatics programs. The POSITION: Under direction of the Recreation Supervisor, Lifeguards are responsible for monitoring various aquatic programs and activities to ensure the safety of participants through the enforcement of rules and policies. This position also assists in the maintenance of the pool, pool deck, locker room facilities, First Aid room, and break room for safety and cleanliness. Applicants must be available to work a flexible schedule including early mornings, afterschool, evenings, weekends, and holidays. All applicants must be able to attend the mandatory quarterly aquatic-specific training sessions held in the off seasons, in-service training sessions during the entire staff training week held at the beginning of summer (June 4-8, 2018), as well as regular summer aquatic-specific training sessions every other Friday throughout the summer aquatics program. Typical Duties • Oversees safety of patrons in and around the water through the enforcement of rules and regulations. • Responds to patrons in need of assistance in and out of the water including water rescues, administering First Aid, and CPR/AED as necessary. • Maintains clean and safe areas around pools. • Assists with activity set up, implementation, and clean up as necessary. • Other Aquatics-related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications • Applicants must possess a valid American Red Cross Lifeguard certificate which includes Lifeguarding, First aid, CPR, and AED. Additional Information Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities • Possess excellent customer service skills, strong communication skills, a professional appearance and demeanor, and training skills. • Ability to communicate verbally, including projecting the voice across distance; hear noises and distress signals; recognize hazardous situations and implement effective course of action; react quickly and calmly in emergencies; and perform rescue actions including administering first aid and CPR/AED. • Ability to lift 25 pounds of program equipment. • Perform the proper operation, care, and storage of aquatic program equipment and supplies. • Be able to follow oral and written directions, work in a team environment, and establish and maintain good working relationships with City employees and the public. U:Job DescriptionsLifeguard - Job Announcement - 2018.docx The Selection Process: Applications will be reviewed by the Recreation Supervisor as received. The most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. A reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer. Prior to starting employment, the selected applicants must provide a copy of a certificate showing that he/she has undergone and successfully cleared a tuberculosis test within the past two years, or undergo a tuberculosis test arranged by the City. Applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass fingerprint checks by the City prior to starting employment. If you have questions about this position, you may contact Recreation Supervisor, Tracy Newman at tnewman@cityofpleasantonca.gov or (925) 931-3423. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Sep 30, 2018
Full Time
Recreation Assistant (part-time, temporary) U:Job DescriptionsLifeguardAndInstructor - Job Announcement 2018.docx Lifeguard/Instructor (part-time, temporary) $12.76 - 15.51 per hour (depending upon experience) Open Until Filled The Aquatics program at the Dolores Bengtson Aquatic Center seeks part-time, temporary Lifeguard/Water Safety Instructors (WSIs) for employment. The POSITION: Under direction of the Recreation Supervisor, the WSI is responsible for teaching morning, daytime and evening swim lessons to all ages and ability levels, and providing participant evaluations, in addition to lifeguarding. Applicants must be available to work a flexible schedule including early mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays. Due to the nature and short duration of the summer programs, vacations schedules may not be accommodated. All applicants must be able to attend the mandatory quarterly aquatic-specific training sessions held in the off seasons, in-service training sessions during the entire staff training week held at the beginning of summer (June 4-8, 2018), as well as regular summer aquatic-specific training sessions every other Friday throughout the summer aquatics program. Typical Duties • Provide instruction on water safety and swimming skills. • Assist with program set up, implementation, and clean up. • Assist program participants. • Work with customers and provide information, evaluations and feedback as necessary. • Perform assigned tasks with limited supervision. • Oversees safety of patrons in and around the water through the enforcement of rules and regulations. • Responds to patrons in need of assistance in and out of the water including water rescues, administering First Aid, and CPR/AED as necessary. • Maintains clean and safe areas around pools. • Other Aquatics-related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications • Applicants must possess a valid American Red Cross Lifeguard certificate which includes Lifeguarding, First aid, CPR, and AED. • Applicants must possess a valid American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor certificate. Additional Information Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities • Possess excellent customer service skills, strong oral communication skills and a professional appearance and demeanor, and training skills. • Ability to perform all swimming strokes according to American Red Cross standards. • Be able to lift 25 pounds of program equipment. • Be able to work with limited supervision. • Assist the public and City employees with tact and courtesy; establish and maintain effective working relationships. U:Job DescriptionsLifeguardAndInstructor - Job Announcement 2018.docx • Ability to communicate verbally, including projecting the voice across distance; hear noises and distress signals; recognize hazardous situations and implement effective course of action; react quickly and calmly in emergencies; and perform rescue actions including administering first aid and CPR/AED. • Perform the proper operation, care, and storage of aquatic program equipment and supplies. • Be able to follow oral and written directions, work in a team environment, and establish and maintain good working relationships with City employees and the public. The Selection Process: Applications will be reviewed by the Recreation Supervisor as received. The most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. A reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer. Prior to starting employment, the selected applicants must provide a copy of a certificate showing that he/she has undergone and successfully cleared a tuberculosis test within the past two years, or undergo a tuberculosis test arranged by the City. Applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass fingerprint checks by the City prior to starting employment. If you have questions about this position, you may contact Recreation Supervisor, Tracy Newman at tnewman@cityofpleasantonca.gov or (925) 931-3423. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Sep 30, 2018
Full Time
ANNOUNCES EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR Per Diem Police Dispatcher Experience Required Part-Time, Temporary: $35.35 - $42.98 per hour 960 hours per year max Filing Deadline: Continuous Please apply online at: cityofpleasantonca.gov THE COMMUNITY One of Northern California's premier residential and business communities, Pleasanton is well regarded as an attractive and friendly city with a strong heritage, active and involved residents, a wide variety of services, well planned business areas, a historic downtown and well-cared for homes in family oriented neighborhoods. TO BE CONSIDERED If you are interested in this outstanding career opportunity, please consider submitting your application supplemental questionnaire and typing certificate through our online application process at www.cityofpleasantonca.gov. Applications are also available at the Human Resources Department, City of Pleasanton, 123 Main Street, Pleasanton, CA 94566. Typing certifications more than one year old will not be considered. Certifications may be obtained by a temporary employment agency or online. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Faxes will not be accepted. Candidates will receive all communications by email regarding the recruitment process, which includes, but is not limited to, application status, testing dates, and interview scheduling. If you require an alternate means of communications, please contact Human Resources, (925) 931-5048. SELECTION PROCESS The qualifications of each applicant, as set forth in the employment application, will be reviewed. The most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in an interview process, which may include certain practical and written exercises intended to assess the candidates' ability to perform certain duties of the position. COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS • $35.35 - $42.98 per hour • No benefits The Position This position performs a variety of duties in connection with the dispatch of Police Department units, Public Works units as necessary, and the maintenance of police records. The Per Diem Police Dispatcher position makes independent judgments in emergency situations, deals with the public in sensitive situations, and performs skilled typing and related clerical work, often of a confidential nature. • Answering emergency and non-emergency telephones and conducting interviews with callers to determine the nature of the call, priority and appropriate response and/or action. • Dispatching Police Department units and, as necessary, Public Works units. • Taking police reports and processing requests for routine information received in person and by telephone or radio. • Performing a variety of clerical duties including: typing, confirming warrants, taking reports from citizens, fingerprinting, and processing applicable reports and records. • As necessary, assisting in the processing and transport of prisoners which includes the performance of matron duties. • Operates a variety of equipment including typewriter, word processor and computer terminals and assists in the training of new personnel. The ideal candidate for Per Diem Police Dispatcher will be a seasoned professional in emergency dispatch and will possess: • At least two years public safety dispatching experience. • High school graduate, or GED equivalent. • A valid California driver's license. • The ability to complete the Basic POST Dispatcher training within one year of appointment. • Ability to type 35wpm net of errors. (Typing certificate is required at the time of application. Please see the "To Be Considered" section for details.) • The skill to respond correctly, calmly and quickly under emergency conditions. • The ability to retain and recall information read and visually observed. • The ability to communicate clearly and precisely. • The ability to work rotating shifts that include weekends and holidays. Typical Duties The Pleasanton Police Department's mission is to work in collaboration with our community to protect life and property, while enhancing the quality of life in our city. This shall be accomplished through the creative use of resources, community education and involvement, and interactive problem solving. We will strive to maintain trust, understanding, and mutual respect within our department and our City. Organizational Values • PROFESSIONALISM As individuals and as an organization, we place high value on honesty, and adhere to the standards embodied by the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics. • COMMITMENT As an organization, we will devote our full energy and resources to fulfill our department's mission. • PARTNERSHIPS We will work in conjunction with our community to identify needs and devise strategies for crime prevention and problem solving. • RESPONSIVENESS We will address the needs and concerns brought forth by the community and our organization. • SAFETY We will pro actively provide police services through a balance of traditional and contemporary law enforcement practices to enhance the quality of life in our community. The Department The Ideal Candidate Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Oct 09, 2018
Full Time
Recreation Leader III, Senior Center (part-time, temporary) $15. (Over) Recreation Leader III, Senior Center (part-time, temporary) $15.51 - $18.86 per hour (depending on experience) Open Until Filled The POSITION: Under the direction of the Seasonal Senior Center Recreation Leader, the Recreation Leader III assists staff with the administration of Senior Center operations, the Sage Café lunch program and occasionally, the Paratransit office. Typical Duties • Sage Café lunch program liaison with Open Heart Kitchen. • Plan and assist with Sage Café special event activities. • Manage kitchen equipment and coordinate maintenance and cleaning schedules. • Facilitate client communication, including reservations and survey forms. • Assist with marketing the Safe Café including providing information in the calendar and newsletter • Reconcile Safe Café daily cash receipts • Front desk administration as needed (registration, cash control, deposit bags, transportation tickets, etc.). • Assist staff with input of classes and programs. • Assist with RADD Registration. • Assist with Senior Center special events. • Maintains mailing/marketing lists. • Updates electronic/digital bulletin boards. • Works with Paratransit and RADD program clients/participants. • Assists with other administration duties as assigned The ideal candidate will: • Possess administrative office skills • Have excellent written, phone and customer service skills. • Have experience working with the public, including Seniors and people with developmental disabilities • Ability to pass basic Food Service and Safety practices (on-line certification). • Have basic cash handling experience. • Be proficient in MS Office Suite, including Word, Excel, and Outlook. • Work independently with minimal direct supervision. • Have experience in emergency procedures and safety protocols. This is a part-time, temporary position with a limit of 990 hours per year. The Selection Process: Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. A reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer. Prior to starting employment, the selected applicants must provide a copy of a certificate showing that he/she has undergone and successfully cleared a tuberculosis test within the past two years, or undergo a tuberculosis test arranged by the City. Applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass fingerprint checks by the City prior to starting employment. If you are interested in these positions, please complete the City Application available at http://www.cityofpleasantonca.gov/gov/depts/hr/jobs/ If you have questions about this position, you may contact Rachel Prater, Recreation Supervisor at rprater@cityofpleasantonca.gov or (925) 931-5367. The Division: The Library and Recreation Department, Human Services Division includes early childhood education programs; Gingerbread Preschool; teen programs and activities; Recreational Activities for the Developmentally Disabled (RADD); Senior programs and Pleasanton Paratransit Services. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Oct 09, 2018
Full Time
Maintenance Aide ? Streets Division (part-time, temporary) $15.00 Maintenance Aide - Streets Division (part-time, temporary) $15.00 per hour Open Until Filled The POSITION: Under the direction of a department supervisor or lead worker, the Maintenance Aide position are assigned to work as part of a 3 person team removing leaves from city streets. Typical Duties (include but are not limited to): • Perform leaf raking in the street to create rows for the vacuum equipment • Operate the vacuum equipment hose in order to vacuum the leaves into the hopper • Work in inclement weather using rain gear and boots while performing the raking and vacuuming tasks. • Perform this work while walking 5-10 miles per shift. • Perform cleaning and minor maintenance on tools and equipment • Follow city work rules and practices. The ideal candidate will: • Possess a valid California driver's license. • Have the ability to repeatedly lift up to 50 lbs. • Prioritize safety while working in the street. • Have the ability to communicate clearly. • Perform physical labor. • Follow city work rules and practices • Understand written and oral instructions. The Selection Process: Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. A reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer. Prior to starting employment, applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass fingerprint checks by the City prior to starting employment. If you are interested in these positions, please complete the City application available at http://www.cityofpleasantonca.gov. The Department: The Operations Services Department is responsible for the planning, operation and maintenance of the City's Parks, Streets & Signs, Building Facilities, Water, Recycled Water, Sewer, and Storm drainage systems. In addition, the departments Customer Service Center responds to resident service requests and water meter billing functions. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Sep 30, 2018
Full Time
Recreation Assistant (part-time, temporary) U:Job DescriptionsWSI - Job Announcement 2018.docx Water Safety Instructor (part-time, temporary) $11.03 - 12.76 per hour (depending upon experience) Open Until Filled The Aquatics program at the Dolores Bengtson Aquatic Center seeks part-time, temporary Water Safety Instructors (WSIs) for employment. The POSITION: Under direction of the Recreation Supervisor, the WSI is responsible for teaching morning, daytime and evening swim lessons to all ages and ability levels, and providing participant evaluations. Applicants must be available to work a flexible schedule including early mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays. Due to the nature and short duration of the summer programs, vacations schedules may not be accommodated. All applicants must be able to attend the mandatory quarterly aquatic-specific training sessions held in the off seasons, in-service training sessions during the entire staff training week held at the beginning of summer (June 4-8, 2018), as well as regular summer aquatic-specific training sessions every other Friday throughout the summer aquatics program. Typical Duties • Provide instruction on water safety and swimming skills. • Assist with program set up, implementation, and clean up. • Assist program participants. • Work with customers and provide information, evaluations and feedback as necessary. • Perform assigned tasks with limited supervision. • Oversees safety of patrons in and around the water through the enforcement of rules and regulations. • Maintains clean and safe areas around pools. • Other Aquatics-related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications • Applicants must possess a valid American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor certificate. Additional Information Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities • Possess excellent customer service skills, strong oral communication skills and a professional appearance and demeanor, and training skills. • Ability to perform all swimming strokes according to American Red Cross standards. • Be able to lift 25 pounds of program equipment. • Be able to work with limited supervision. • Assist the public and City employees with tact and courtesy; establish and maintain effective working relationships. • Ability to communicate verbally, including projecting the voice across distance; hear noises and distress signals; recognize hazardous situations and implement effective course of action; react quickly and calmly in emergencies. • Perform the proper operation, care, and storage of aquatic program equipment and supplies. U:Job DescriptionsWSI - Job Announcement 2018.docx • Be able to follow oral and written directions, work in a team environment, and establish and maintain good working relationships with City employees and the public. The Selection Process: Applications will be reviewed by the Recreation Supervisor as received. The most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. A reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer. Prior to starting employment, the selected applicants must provide a copy of a certificate showing that he/she has undergone and successfully cleared a tuberculosis test within the past two years, or undergo a tuberculosis test arranged by the City. Applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass fingerprint checks by the City prior to starting employment. If you have questions about this position, you may contact Recreation Supervisor, Tracy Newman at tnewman@cityofpleasantonca.gov or (925) 931-3423. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Sep 30, 2018
Full Time
Park Maintenance Aide (part-time, temporary) $15.00 - $18.23 per Park Maintenance Aide (part-time, temporary) $15.00 - $18.23 per hour Open until Filled The POSITION: Employees in this position are assigned to various crews, which are responsible for specific areas. Tasks performed by each crew include irrigation, turf maintenance, playground equipment, spraying, street planters, park planters, and special projects. Typical duties include: • Setting up traffic control such as sign boards, cones, and warning signs • Pruning and trimming trees, shrubs, and ground cover using gas powered and hand tools such as shears, chain saw, hedger trimmer, and vacuum • Edging turf using a string trimmer • Weeding areas using hoe, string trimmer, hand trimmer, or hand puller • Cleaning sandboxes, removes graffiti, and cleans walkways • Removing and replanting trees and shrubs using staking and tying methods; grinds stumps • Driving and operating vehicles such as lawn mowers and trucks • Fertilizing turf and landscaped areas such as parks, using tractor spreader and walk-behind spreader • Assisting in renovating turf and infield by reseeding, grading and laying down sod • Picking up litter in parks and landscaped areas; dumping garbage cans • Assisting in the repairing of structures such as bleachers, backstops, benches, and concrete walkways, curbs, and slabs • Attending periodic safety meetings to share and learn safety information and procedures The ideal candidate will possess: • Knowledge of basic pruning, turf maintenance, planting procedures, plant care and common safety procedures. • A valid California driver's license Will have the skill to: • Use basic math. • Appropriately select and safely use hand and power tools. • Interact effectively with the public. • Work effectively and harmoniously as part of a crew. • Assist in performing routine assembly and repair of playground equipment and repair of wood and concrete structures. • Bend, reach, twist, stoop; stand & walk for extended periods of time. The Selection Process: Applicants must submit a City application. The most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Oct 09, 2018
Full Time
Senior Recreation Leader, Assistant Naturalist ? Alviso Adobe (pa (over) Senior Recreation Leader, Assistant Naturalist - Alviso Adobe (part-time, temporary) $18.86 - $22.92 per hour (depending on experience) Open Until Filled The POSITION: Under direct supervision of the Head Naturalist, the Education Program Coordinator will be responsible for designing, planning, and implementing interpretive programs for summer camps, field trip classes, tour groups, and the public. During the summer, the Education Program Coordinator will serve as the staff lead for one of our four summer camps and will be responsible for the planning, coordination and day-to-day operation quality, safety and success of the camp. May work up to 30 hours per week on a 12-month, year-round, schedule: • Generally four to five days per week, Tuesday through Sunday, between 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. • May require some evening meetings or activities. This is a part-time, temporary position and cannot work more than 1,500 hours per fiscal year. It does offer limited PERS retirement benefits and also contributes to Social Security and Medicare. CPR, First Aid and AED certification are required. The City may provide training and certification classes, if needed, but certifications must be provided within one month of start date. Tasks, Duties, and Major RESPONSIBILITIES: • Assist in education program development and delivery. • Design and develop new interpretive programs for youth and adults regarding Ohlone cultural history, the California and agricultural periods, natural science, and natural history in conjunction with California State Standards, Common Core Standards, and Next Generation Science Standards (when applicable). • During the summer, facilitate songs, games and educational activities while motivating counselors and communicating effectively with campers, parents and staff. • Evaluate various programs and provide reports for Naturalist and Recreation Supervisor. • Greet the public, answer questions and provide information (via phone, e-mail, in person); conduct park tours as needed. • Assist in the day to day administration and maintenance of the facilities • Open and close park facilities; serve as the person-in-charge of the facility and activities in the absence of the supervisor. The Ideal Candidate will: • Have interest in and appreciation of nature, and a desire to interpret it to the public is essential. • Must be able to work outdoors and hike up to 8 miles in a variety of terrains and conditions. • Experience developing, organizing and conducting interpretive programs for youth and adults. • Ability to learn, understand and interpret facts pertaining to local history, cultures, plants and animals. Knowledge of local history, cultures, plants and animals preferred. • Familiarity with California State Standards, Common Core Standards, and Next Generation Science Standards highly desired. • Ability to handle and care for a variety of insects, reptiles and other animals desired. • Proven ability to interact with a diverse public in a tactful and appropriate manner. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public and City employees. • Proven ability to work effectively with minimal direct supervision and follow oral and written instructions. • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite on a PC system. • Must possess CPR, First Aid and AED certification. The Selection Process: The Recreation Supervisor will review applications as they are received. The most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview around October 1st, 2018. A reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer. Prior to starting employment, the selected applicants must provide a copy of a certificate showing that he/she has undergone and successfully cleared a tuberculosis test within the past two years, or undergo a tuberculosis test arranged by the City. Applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass a City of Pleasanton fingerprint check and physical prior to starting employment. If you are interested in this position, please complete the City Application available at www.cityofpleasantonca.gov If you have questions about this position, you may contact Michele Crose, Assistant Director at mcrose@cityofpleasantonca.gov or (925)931-5347. The Division: The Civics Arts Division offers programming through the Firehouse Arts Center which includes a performing theater and the Harrington Art Gallery, Amador Theater and the Alviso Adobe Community Park. Offerings include programs on cultural history, environmental education, fine arts and performance arts for all ages. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Oct 09, 2018
Full Time
Program Assistant ? Water Conservation Assistant (part-time, temp (Over) Program Assistant - Water Conservation Assistant (part-time, temporary) $20.00 - $40.00 per hour (depending on experience) Open Until Filled The Water Conservation Program seeks a part-time Water Conservation Assistant to work within the Water Conservation Program at the Operations Services Department. The POSITION: Under direction from the Water Resources Manager, the Water Conservation Assistant will perform various duties to support projects and assignments related to the City's numerous water conservation programs, including the recycled water program. Applicants must be able to work a flexible schedule, which includes weekdays (with hours of 7:00a.m. to 3:30p.m.), with occasional evenings, and occasional weekends (4-5 Saturdays a year). This is a part-time, temporary position, and cannot work more than 1,500 hours per fiscal year. Typical Duties • Assist the Water Conservation Technician in activities related to recycled water program development; including site specific report development, map development, calling customers to request materials, keeping records of activities performed, data entry, and providing field support during inspections. • Review, evaluate and process rebate applications for the City's Water-Efficient Landscape Program, Weather Based Irrigation Controller Program, and High-Efficiency Clothes Washer Program. • Track and report rebates, water-efficient devices, water consumption comparisons utilizing Microsoft Excel. • Assist customers, over the phone or in person, with their water conservation efforts or issues using the Utility Billing software, and the City's water conservation programs. Work includes conducting onsite irrigation system evaluations and providing customer irrigation controller programming assistance. • Perform analysis of various water use accounts for residential and non-residential customers. Work includes using proprietary software for identifying water leaks and making customer notifications as necessary. • Prepare updates and information to be posted on the City's website. • Work cooperatively with staff from City Departments, Divisions and external agencies for coordinating water conservation program efforts. • Track and evaluate new technologies/incentives in the water conservation field for possible implementation. • Assist with development and content of educational water conservation displays in City buildings, as well as handouts and web content. • Represent the City's Water Conservation Program at water conservation booths at events (such as the Farmer's Market) in the City to provide water conservation information/education to the public (may require weekend, evenings and holidays). • Perform related duties as required. The ideal candidate will: • Possess an interest/passion in water resources and water sustainability • Possess an Associate in Arts or Science degree from an accredited college, or currently be a junior/senior level college student in math, science or related fields. • Possess good planning and organization skills. • Possess excellent customer service skills, oral, and written communication skills. • Possess knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point, and mapping or design programs (such as ArcGIS and/or Google Earth Pro). • Possess or be in the process of working towards, certification within landscape irrigation auditing and/or Bay Friendly training. • Possess the ability to work independently on water conservation projects upon training, as well as the ability to work well within a team. • Possess the ability to multi task and prioritize assignments. • Able to assist the public and City employees in a tactful and courteous manner; and establish and maintain effective working relationships. • Value strong work ethics, such as responsibility, integrity, honesty, and professionalism. • Be able to lift 20 pounds of program equipment, and safely move, set up, operate, and take down equipment. • Possess a valid California Class C driver's license. The Selection Process: The qualifications of each applicant, as set forth in the employment application, will be reviewed. The most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in an oral examination process, which may include certain practical and written exercises intended to assess the candidate's ability to perform certain duties of the position. The position will remain open until filled. Prior to starting employment, applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass fingerprint checks by the City prior to starting employment. If you are interested in these positions, please complete the City application available at http://www.cityofpleasantonca.gov. If you have questions about this position, you may contact Rita Di Candia, Water Resource Manager at rdicandia@cityofpleasantonca.gov or (925)931- 5513. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Sep 30, 2018
Full Time
ANNOUNCES EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR Police Recruit $33.00 per hour Filing Deadline: 5:00 pm October 19, 2018 Please apply online at: cityofpleasantonca.gov THE COMMUNITY One of Northern California's premier residential and business communities, Pleasanton is well-regarded as an attractive and friendly city with a strong heritage, active and involved residents, a wide variety of services, well planned business areas, a historic downtown and well cared for homes in family oriented neighborhoods. THE DEPARTMENT The Pleasanton Police Department's mission is to work in collaboration with our community to protect life and property, while enhancing the quality of life in our City. This shall be accomplished through the creative use of resources, community education and involvement, and interactive problem solving. We will strive to maintain trust, understanding, and mutual respect within our department and our City. ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES • PROFESSIONALISM As individuals and as an organization, we place high value on honesty, and adhere to the standards embodied by the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics. • COMMITMENT As an organization, we will devote our full energy and resources to fulfill our department's mission. • PARTNERSHIPS We will work in conjunction with our community to identify needs and devise strategies for crime prevention and problem solving. • RESPONSIVENESS We will address the needs and concerns brought forth by the community and our organization. • SAFETY We will pro-actively provide police services through a balance of traditional and contemporary law enforcement practices to enhance the quality of life in our community. SELECTION PROCESS The qualifications of each applicant, as set forth in the employment application, will be reviewed. To be considered for this position the applicant must have completed the California P.O.S.T. Reading and Writing Test (PELLETB) and Physical Agility Test (WSTB). The tests must have been taken within one year prior to the application date. Results must be received by the Human Resources Department no later than 5:00 pm on October 19, 2018. These tests are available routinely at Regional Police Academies. This is a competitive process and only the top candidates will be invited to an oral interview. The first round of Oral Board interviews are tentatively scheduled for the week of October 1, 2018. The next round of Oral Board interviews are tentatively scheduled for the week of October 29, 2018. Candidates under consideration for conditional appointment must pass a background investigation. The selected applicant must pass a psychological evaluation, polygraph examination, and medical examination prior to regular appointment. TO BE CONSIDERED If you are interested in this outstanding career opportunity, please consider submitting an application, supplemental questionnaire and your P.O.S.T test results documentation through our online application process at www.cityofpleasantonca.gov. Applications are also available at the City of Pleasanton Human Resources Department, 123 Main Street, Pleasanton, CA 94566. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Deadline for submission of applications is 5:00 p.m. on October 19, 2018. Postmarks and faxes will not be accepted. Candidates will receive all communications by email regarding the recruitment process, which includes, but is not limited to, application status, testing dates, and interview scheduling. If you require an alternate means of communications, please contact Human Resources at (925) 931-5048. The Position An incumbent in the Police Recruit classification is required to attend and successfully complete a POST-approved Police Officer training academy in which the recruit will apply, through controlled training scenarios, the essential duties and functions of a Police Officer. This position offers no benefits. • Patrol a geographic area on foot or in a vehicle. • Conduct enforcement stops on law violators to include the issuance of warnings and written citations. • Initiate necessary enforcement functions in accordance with the law as well as city and department policies. • Answer routine and emergency calls for service. • Enforce applicable state and local laws, analyze complex situations and determine appropriate solutions. • Conduct criminal and accident investigations. • Interview victims, suspects and witnesses toward the effective completion of a case or through criminal litigation. • Gather, process and log evidence. • Provide traffic control. • Prepare complete, accurate, legible and grammatically correct police reports in a timely manner. • Effect physical arrests. • Provide court testimony. • Serve warrants and court subpoenas. • Work cooperatively with allied law enforcement organizations. • Maintain contact with community members regarding potential law enforcement related problems. • Foster good relationships with individual members and groups within the community. • Answer and respond to public inquiries. • Administer first aid as needed in emergency situations. • Respond to requests for mutual aid as directed. • Perform functions deemed necessary or appropriate by the Police Chief or his designee. • Assist the Fire Department and other public safety agencies as required. • Maintain a high standard of professionalism and demonstrate superior conduct consistent with the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics.. Typical Duties THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate for this position is an energetic, motivated and responsible individual who has strong interpersonal skills and a customer service orientation. Candidates who have a solid work history and a demonstrated interest in law enforcement or military service are encouraged to apply. The pursuit of formal education is also desirable. In addition, the candidate will: • Be at least 21 years of age at time of Academy graduation. • Be a High school graduate, or GED equivalent. • Be a U. S. Citizen or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for, has applied for, and is diligently pursuing citizenship. • Possess and maintain a valid California Class C driver's license and a satisfactory driving record. • Evaluate and analyze circumstances and situations in order to apply knowledge and decide appropriate action. • Assimilate, interpret, remember, recall, relate and act upon facts and details heard, observed and read; follow oral and written instructions. • Be able to communicate orally in English with a variety of people of various educational and socio-cultural backgrounds. • Identify, adopt, and exhibit appropriate demeanor and behaviors (interpersonal abilities) in order to deal effectively with a variety of people. • Write clearly, accurately, concisely, legibly with correct English grammar, construction, spelling, and punctuation. • Work regular hours, days, overtime, weekends, holidays, variable shifts, evening, on call and emergency call out. • Be of good moral character. • Have vision of 20/100 uncorrected in both eyes, correctable to 20/20 in each eye; day and night vision. • Have no hearing loss over 25 db in the 500, 1000, 2000 frequency range. No loss over 45 db in the 3000 or 4000 range as revealed by standard auditory test • Have the physical tolerance to work under adverse environmental conditions; extended or disrupted work schedules, stressful circumstances and repetitive, routine conditions. • Enforce laws regardless of personal ethics or feelings. Closing Date/Time: Fri. 10/19/18 5:00 PM Pacific Time
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Sep 30, 2018
Full Time
Recreation Leader II, Sports (part-time, temporary) $12.76 - $15. (Over) Recreation Leader II, Sports (part-time, temporary) $12.76 - $15.51 per hour (depending on experience) Open Until Filled The City of Pleasanton Sports division is seeking several part-time Recreation Leader II to referee, coach, and score keep for various City programs. The POSITION: Under direction of the Recreation Coordinators, Recreation Leader II's may work 0-40 hours per week on a flexible schedule. The schedule includes a variety of weekday, weekend, evening, and holiday shifts. The selected employees cannot work for than 1,000 per fiscal year. The position offers no benefits, but does contribute to Apple and Medicare. CPR and First Aid certifications are requires (employees will be trained upon hire). Typical Duties • Assist with program set up and clean up. • Assist with program implementation. • Assist Monitors with enforcing facility and program rules/regulations. • Officiate, coach, and score keep youth basketball games. • Score keep adult softball games. The ideal candidate will: • Possess knowledge of basketball and softball rules and regulations. • Have a high degree of attention to detail, while remaining calm under pressure. • Provide excellent customer service and perform all duties in a professional manner. • Make independent decisions and use good judgment in applying City policies, rules and regulations. • Communicate orally and in writing. • Lift 25 pounds and perform some manual labor. • Be reliable, courteous, responsible, friendly, diplomatic and punctual. • Carry out various special assignments, as designated by supervisor. • Provide feedback and look for ways to improve and enhance the participant experience. • Under limited supervision, work with participants in a positive and effective manner. • Be able to enthusiastically interact with parents and spectators. • Maintain effective working relationships. The Selection Process: The qualifications of each applicant, as set forth in the employment application, will be reviewed. The most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in an oral examination process. Prior to starting employment, the selected applicant must provide a copy of a certificate showing that he/she has undergone and successfully cleared a tuberculosis test within the past two years, or undergo a tuberculosis test arranged by the City. Applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass fingerprint checks by the City prior to starting employment. To be considered: If you are interested in this career opportunity, submit your application online at: www.cityofpleasantonca.gov/gov/depts/hr/jobs. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. If you have questions about the position, you may contact Recreation Supervisor, Nilo Velazquez at nvelazquez@cityofpleasantonca.gov or (925) 931-3439. The Division: The City of Pleasanton Sports Division oversees Adult Volleyball, Basketball, Bocce, Softball, Pleasanton Youth Basketball, Summer Youth Basketball, sports camps, Open Gym Sports (basketball, volleyball, and pickleball), Summer Pickleball Tournament, and also schedules all athletic field and middle school gymnasium use. Visit www.pleasantonsports.org for more information. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Sep 30, 2018
Full Time
Recreation Leader II, RADD (part-time, temporary) $12.76 - $15.51 (Over) Recreation Leader II, RADD (part-time, temporary) $12.76 - $15.51 per hour (depending on experience) Open Until Filled The POSITION: Under the direction of the Recreation Leader, the Recreation Leader II serves in a support role, assisting the Recreation Leader III during events, trips and special activities both on-site and out in the community for the Recreation for Adults with Developmental Disabilities (RADD) Program. Typical Duties • Supervises and ensures safety of participants during program hours • Availability to work on Friday nights and Saturdays • Works together with staff to provide quality recreation and leisure experiences to participants • Carries out policies and procedures set forth by the City during program hours and while interacting with participants • Responsible for legal documentation of incidents and accidents that occur during events • Interprets policies and procedures for clients/participants/families • Facilitates client communication and responds to concerns The ideal candidate will possess: • A working knowledge base and skills for interacting with individuals with various disabilities • Excellent customer service skills • A combination of coursework, work experience, certifications and/or licenses applicable to working with individuals with various disabilities • Ability to take direction, work independently, and work in a team • Experience in emergency procedures and safety protocols • Possess CPR and First Aid certification This is a part-time, temporary position. The selected employees cannot work more than 1,000 hours in a fiscal year. CPR and First Aid certification are preferred. A TB is required prior to starting employment with the City. The Selection Process: Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. A reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer. Prior to starting employment, the selected applicants must provide a copy of a certificate showing that he/she has undergone and successfully cleared a tuberculosis test within the past two years, or undergo a tuberculosis test arranged by the City. Applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass fingerprint checks by the City prior to starting employment. If you are interested in these positions, please complete the City Application available at http://www.cityofpleasantonca.gov/gov/depts/hr/jobs/default.asp If you have questions about this position, you may contact Rachel Prater, Recreation Coordinator at rprater@cityofpleasantonca.gov or call (925) 931-5376. The Division: The Human Services Division includes early childhood education programs; Gingerbread Preschool; teen programs and activities; Recreation for Adults with Developmental Disabilities (RADD); Senior programs and Pleasanton Paratransit Services. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Sep 30, 2018
Full Time
(Over) Recreation Leader III, House Manager for Performing Arts (part-time, temporary) $15.51 - $18.86 per hour (depending on experience) Open Until Filled The Civic Arts Division seeks a part-time Recreation Leader to work as House Manager/ Volunteer Coordinator for the Firehouse Arts Center and Amador Theater. The POSITION: Under direction from the Theater Recreation Supervisor, the Recreation Leader serves as the coordinator of "Front-of-House" operations and coordinator of all volunteers serving the Amador and Firehouse Theaters. This individual would also be the City of Pleasanton representative for many performances. Responsibilities include working with a database of volunteers for the Amador Theater and the Firehouse Arts Center; assisting with Usher Orientation program; coordinating house management needs directly with renters and users of the Amador Theater and Firehouse Arts Center. Coordination would include: assignment of volunteer ushers and ticket takers, coordinating start of performance with box office and show representative, as well as monitoring renter activities in box office, beverage bar, rest rooms and theater seating area. In addition, the House Manager would work with Box Office staff as a member of the Front-of- House staff team. This individual would learn basic box office operations to assist customers, as needed. During the year, the House Manager must be available to work evenings and weekends, as this is when most performances occur. Daytime performances are limited. However, daytime hours may be used to conduct volunteer coordination and orientation duties, as needed. This is a part-time, temporary position, and cannot work more than 1,000 hours per fiscal year. It does not offer benefits, but does contribute to Apple and Medicare. CPR and First Aid training and certification are required. Training can be made available as needed. Typical Duties • Greeting audience members, as they enter the theater, with a bright warm smile and "Hello." • Answering questions regarding rules and regulations of theater. • Assigning tasks to volunteer ushers for each performance. • Training new theater ushers on proper conduct and procedures. • Offer first response to any audience complaints that arise, routing to proper staff member if unable to resolve the issue. • Accommodating patrons requiring inclusion services who attend performances. • Becoming familiar with the season's performances, and answering questions about other performances in the local area. The ideal candidate will: • Possess excellent customer service skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, and a professional appearance and demeanor. • Be able to create an environment in which Front-of-house staff make all theater patrons feel welcomed, while working to enforce the rules and regulations of the facility. • Be able to respond to an emergency situation with sense of direction and calm. • Be able to assist the public and City employees with tact and courtesy; establish and maintain effective working relationships with volunteer ushers and Theater staff. Awareness of local performances and community events is a plus. The Selection Process: Applications will be reviewed by the Theater Recreation Supervisor as received. The most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. A reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer. Prior to starting employment, the selected applicants must provide a copy of a certificate showing that he/she has undergone and successfully cleared a tuberculosis test within the past two years, or undergo a tuberculosis test arranged by the City. Applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass fingerprint checks by the City prior to starting employment. If you are interested in these positions, please complete the City Application available at http://www.cityofpleasantonca.gov/gov/depts/hr/jobs/default.asp. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. If you have questions about this position, you may contact Rob Vogt, Recreation Supervisor at rvogt@cityofpleasantonca.gov or (925) 931-3456. The Division: Civic Arts is a division of the City of Pleasanton Library and Recreation Department, which includes management of the Firehouse Arts Center and Amador Theater; arts and enrichment classes; oversight of the public art collection and visual and performing arts. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Sep 30, 2018
Full Time
Recreation Assistant (part-time, temporary) C:UserskayrpDesktopRGS PleasantonJob Flyer - Rec Ldr III - Performing Arts Theater Tech - Oct 2017.doc Recreation Leader III Performing Arts Theater Tech (part-time, temporary) $15.51 - $18.86 Range DOE Open Until Filled The City of Pleasanton's Civic Arts Division seeks a part-time Theater Tech to assist the Theater Technician. The POSITION: Under direction from the Theater Technician, the Tech Staff works to accommodate the technical needs for all uses of the Firehouse Arts Center and the Amador Theater, including all City-sponsored performances as well as all rental clients. Responsibilities include sound system set-up, hanging and focusing lighting instruments, running sound and light boards as well as communicating with rental client to understand their technical needs. Hours are primarily in the afternoons and evenings during weekdays and all hours on the weekend. Hours vary week to week, depending on the scheduled uses of Firehouse Theater and the Amador Theater. This is a part-time, temporary position, and cannot work more than 1,000 hours per fiscal year. It does not offer benefits, but does contribute to Apple and Medicare. CPR and First Aid training and certification are recommended. Training is available. Typical Duties • Becoming familiar with and learning to use all equipment at the Firehouse Theater and the Amador Theater. • Setting up microphones, running mic cable and setting up monitors for performances. • Hanging lighting instruments, cabling and circuiting per light plot. • Helping rig and fly scenery on house counterweight system. • Janitorial duties, such as sweeping and mopping stage areas, when appropriate. • Acting as Stage Hand, loading and unloading equipment for City sponsored performances. (Ability to lift 40 lbs is a must.) • Monitoring of facility when used by more self-sufficient renters. The ideal candidate will: • Possess excellent technical theater skills, a professional appearance and demeanor, excellent customer service skills, some computer skills, and a valid California driver's license. • Have experience working in a professional theater environment. • Have taken coursework in technical theater. C:UserskayrpDesktopRGS PleasantonJob Flyer - Rec Ldr III - Performing Arts Theater Tech - Oct 2017.doc The Selection Process: Applications will be reviewed by the Theater Technician and Theater Recreation Supervisor as received. The most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. A reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer. The selected applicant will be required to undergo and successfully pass a fingerprint check by the City, as well as have a TB test prior to starting employment. If you are interested in this position, please complete the City application available at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/pleasanton/default.cfm If you have questions about this position, you may contact Bob Elliott at belliott@cityofpleasantonca.gov or (925) 437-0052. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The Division: The Civic Arts Division is a program of the Community Services Department. It includes management of the Firehouse Arts Center and the Amador Theater; Civic Arts Stage Company, including productions and classes; literary & visual arts as well as teen performing and improv programs. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Sep 30, 2018
Full Time
Recreation Leader III, RADD (part-time, temporary) $15.51 - $18.8 (Over) Recreation Leader III, RADD (part-time, temporary) $15.51 - $18.86 per hour (depending on experience) Open Until Filled The POSITION: Under the direction of the Recreation Coordinator, the Recreation Leader III serves in a lead role during events, trips and special activities both on-site and out in the community for the Recreation for Adults with Developmental Disabilities (RADD) Program. Typical Duties • Lead Recreation Leader II staff at RADD events • Availability to work on Friday nights and Saturdays • Document event details after each activity • Supervises and ensures safety of participants during program hours • Works together with staff to provide quality recreation and leisure experiences to clients • Carries out policies and procedures set forth by the City during program hours and while interacting with participants • Responsible for legal documentation of incidents and accidents that occur during events • Interprets policies and procedures for clients/participants/families • Facilitates client communication and responds to concerns • Reconcile credit card statement on a monthly basis The ideal candidate will possess: • A working knowledge base and skills for interacting with individuals with various disabilities • Excellent customer service skills • A combination of coursework, work experience, certifications and/or licenses applicable to working with individuals with various disabilities • Excellent organizational skills • Ability to take direction, work independently, and work in a team • Experience in emergency procedures and safety protocols • Possess CPR and First Aid certification This is a part-time, temporary position. The selected employees cannot work more than 1,000 hours in a fiscal year. CPR and First Aid certification are preferred. A TB is required prior to starting employment with the City. The Selection Process: Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. A reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer. Prior to starting employment, the selected applicants must provide a copy of a certificate showing that he/she has undergone and successfully cleared a tuberculosis test within the past two years, or undergo a tuberculosis test arranged by the City. Applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass fingerprint checks by the City prior to starting employment. If you are interested in these positions, please complete the City Application available at http://www.cityofpleasantonca.gov/gov/depts/hr/jobs/default.asp If you have questions about this position, you may contact Rachel Prater, Recreation Coordinator at rprater@cityofpleasantonca.gov or call (925) 931-5376. The Division: The Human Services Division includes early childhood education programs; Gingerbread Preschool; teen programs and activities; Recreation for Adults with Developmental Disabilities (RADD); Senior programs and Pleasanton Paratransit Services. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Aug 08, 2018
Full Time
ANNOUNCES EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR Police Officer Lateral Full-Time POSITION: $44.21 - $53.72 per hour Filing Deadline: Continuous Please apply online at: cityofpleasantonca.gov THE COMMUNITY One of Northern California's premier residential and business communities, Pleasanton is well regarded as an attractive and friendly city with a strong heritage, active and involved residents, a wide variety of services, well planned business areas, a historic downtown and well-cared for homes in family oriented neighborhoods. TO BE CONSIDERED If you are interested in this outstanding career opportunity, please consider submitting your application and supplemental questionnaire through our online application process at www.cityofpleasantonca.gov. Applications are also available at the Human Resources Department, City of Pleasanton, 123 Main Street, P.O. Box 520, Pleasanton, CA 94566. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Faxes will not be accepted. Candidates will receive all communications by email regarding the recruitment process, which includes, but is not limited to, application status, testing dates, and interview scheduling. If you require an alternate means of communications, please contact Human Resources, (925) 931-5048. SELECTION PROCESS The qualifications of each applicant, as set forth in the employment application, will be reviewed. The most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in an interview process, which may include certain practical and written exercises intended to assess the candidates' ability to perform certain duties of the position. COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS • $44.21 - $53.72 per hour • Choice of One of Four Comprehensive Health Plans • Dental and Vision Plan Coverage • Life Insurance and AD&D Coverage of $50,000 • 7.5% Holiday In-Lieu Pay • Paid Sick Leave • Long Term Disability Plan • Annual Vacation Beginning with 10 Days • CalPERS Retirement Plan • P.O.S.T and Education Incentive Pay • Initial Uniforms Fully Paid and Annual Uniform Allowance The Position Police Officers receive excellent training and the opportunity to gain valuable experience in a number of special assignments: Detectives, Motors, S.W.A.T., Narcotics, Juvenile, K-9, D.A.R.E., Bike Patrol, School Resource Officer and Crime Prevention. Pleasanton Police Officers respond to citizens calls for police assistance, enforce applicable laws and ordinances, maintain order in the community and prevent crime. Police Officers provide emergency services, investigate criminal activity, collect and analyze evidence, assist with the prosecution of offenders and prepare reports and other written records as required. The Department is involved in community education and providing police service for special community circumstances. • High school graduate, or GED equivalent. • Possession of a California P.O.S.T. Basic Certificate. • Two years of experience within the last two years with a California law enforcement agency as defined in Penal Code 830.1 and 830.2. • Out-of-state applicants with at least two years of experience in the last two years as a full-time sworn Police Officer or Deputy Sheriff, and have passed a probationary period, will be required to obtain a valid POST Basic Course Waiver prior to appointment. For more information on the Basic Course Waiver process, please call the California Commission of Peace Officer Standards and Training Basic Training Bureau at (916) 227-4254. • At least 21 years of age at the time of appointment. • Physical abilities consistent with P.O.S.T requirements. • California Class A, B, or C driver's license with an acceptable driving record. • The ability to retain and recall information read and visually observed. • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal. • The ability to use appropriate judgment in emergency situations. The Ideal Candidate The Pleasanton Police Department's mission is to work in collaboration with our community to protect life and property, while enhancing the quality of life in our city. This shall be accomplished through the creative use of resources, community education and involvement, and interactive problem solving. We will strive to maintain trust, understanding, and mutual respect within our department and our City. Organizational Values • PROFESSIONALISM As individuals and as an organization, we place high value on honesty, and adhere to the standards embodied by the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics. • COMMITMENT As an organization, we will devote our full energy and resources to fulfill our department's mission. • PARTNERSHIPS We will work in conjunction with our community to identify needs and devise strategies for crime prevention and problem solving. • RESPONSIVENESS We will address the needs and concerns brought forth by the community and our organization. • SAFETY We will proactively provide police services through a balance of traditional and contemporary law enforcement practices to enhance the quality of life in our community. The Department Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Pleasanton Pleasanton, California, United States
Sep 30, 2018
Full Time
Preschool Aide (part-time, temporary) $11.88 - $14.44 per hour (d (Over) Preschool Aide (part-time, temporary) $11.88 - $14.44 per hour (depending on experience) Open until filled The City of Pleasanton's Gingerbread Preschool program seeks a part-time Preschool Aide to work at the Gingerbread Preschool, 4333 Black Avenue, Pleasanton. The POSITION: Under direction from the Preschool Teacher, the Preschool Aide will work during the school year (September to June) with children ages two (2) to six (6) years old. Classes are offered Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00am-3:50pm. This is a part-time, temporary position. The selected employees cannot work more than 1000 hours in a fiscal year (July 1 to June 30). This position offers no benefits, but does contribute to Apple and Medicare. Typical Duties • Assists with classroom set up and clean up. • Assists program participants. • Facilitating classroom activities according to prepared curriculum. • Work effectively in a team environment. • Attending mandatory training and staff meetings. • Administer first aid as required and maintain a safe program environment and facility. The ideal candidate: • Must be 18 years of age. • Demonstrate knowledge of early childhood best practices. • Ability to supervise and lead children ages two (2) to six (6) years of age. • Ability to communicate effectively and possess excellent interpersonal skills while interacting with program participants, co-workers, supervisors, and the general public. • Must be able to climb stairs, squat, kneel, sit with children on the floor, and lift 40 pounds. The Selection Process: Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The most qualified applicants will be invited for a panel interview. A reference check will be conducted prior to making an offer of employment. Prior to starting employment, the selected applicants must provide a copy of a certificate showing that he/she has undergone and successfully cleared a tuberculosis test (TB) within the past two years, or undergo a tuberculosis test arranged by the City. Applicants selected for the positions will be required to undergo and successfully pass fingerprint checks by the City prior to starting employment. (Over) If you are interested in this position, please complete the City Application available at http://www.cityofpleasantonca.gov. The Division: The Youth and Human Services Division includes early childhood education programs; Gingerbread Preschool; teen programs and activities; Recreational Activities for the Developmentally Disabled (RADD); Volunteers, Activity Guide, Senior programs and Pleasanton Paratransit Services. If you have questions about this position, you may contact Recreation Coordinator, David Weisgerber at dweisgerber@cityofpleasantonca.gov or (925) 931-3474. Closing Date/Time: Continuous