Environmental Public Service Aide with City and County of San Francisco

The City and County of San Francisco Department of the Environment has an opening for a Public Service Aide.

The Green Business Associate will be responsible for providing hands-on support to and consulting with local businesses enrolled in the Green Business Program. This position will assist the Green Business Program team in performing professional-level work, technical consultation, and event planning.
Examples duties
This position will assist the Green Business Program team in performing professional-level work that includes:
•  Assist enrolled businesses in achieving green business recognition by performing in-depth phone consults, on-site Green Business evaluations, conducting trainings, recording environmental best management practices in place, and collecting documentation of Green Business practices.
•  Assist in the development and maintenance of Green Business program standards, toolkits and resources.
•  Update and contribute content to the Green Business website and managing content of the green business program’s social media channels including Facebook, blog, and newsletter.
•  Assist in quantifying the environmental benefits achieved through adoption of green business practices and developing case studies to document the successes of local green businesses.
•  Provide administrative support and perform other tasks as requested by the Green Business Coordinator and Toxics Reduction Senior Coordinator.
See the complete job description and apply to this position online at City and County of San Francisco – Dept. of Human Resources

Custodian Position for State of California Facilities in San Francisco

The State of California is currently accepting applications for custodian position at State of California Facilities in San Francisco through the Department of General Services.


All work to be accomplished in accordance with guidelines of the Department of General Services (DGS)/ Facilities Management Division (FMD) manuals, Real Estate Services Division (RESD) and FMD strategic plans and the Excellence in Public Buildings Initiative. The incumbent applies sustainable (environmentally safe) work practices in the operation and maintenance of all building systems and equipment.

The incumbent applies sustainable (environmentally safe) work practices in the operation and maintenance of all building systems and equipment.


Applies sustainable (procedures intended to create an effective/efficient job product within shifts and/or to use environmentally and friendly [green] products) work practices to uphold efficient and effective individual and team job performance and best practice facility maintenance, cleans common interior to maintain high level of cleanliness needed as a result of day use by occupants and/or visitors. Custodian operates systems or equipment such as a freight or passenger elevator to travel throughout the building(s) to assigned work areas.

Apply for this position online at CalCareers

Roadway Services Technician – Tow Truck Driver – Golden Gate Transit

The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District is currently accepting applications for the position of Roadway Services Technician at the Golden Gate Bridge.


Under general supervision, provides tow service and other emergency services on the Bridge and its approaches to keep traffic moving. Performs related work as required.


  • Two (2) years recent full-time experience driving heavy truck and/or tow equipment, or the equivalent combination of training (i.e., truck driving school, position-related apprenticeship programs, or position-related on-the-job training) and experience.
  • Must possess and maintain a current, valid California driver’s license and satisfactory driving recordNo more than two moving violations and/or “at fault” accidents within the last 3 years
  • No DUIs or Reckless Driving codes within the last 7 years on the current DMV print-out. Operates District vehicles on a regular basis
  • All Applicants must have a Valid Class A – Restriction 53 (which is for Tow trucks only) or an unrestricted Class A

Apply for this position online at CAL JOBS

State Park Interpreter on Angel Island

California State Parks currently has an opening for the position on State Park Interpreter on Angel Island.

This Angel Island State Park Interpreter I will be primarily assigned to the United States Immigration Station. Coordinating and providing tours, training volunteers, and providing PORTS programming. 

As part of the interpretive team, this position will help enact the Interpretation Master Plan across the island with programs and events. Angel Island attracts large numbers of school groups, individuals and organizations interested in learning about immigration history, Native Americans, historic military operations, as well as natural and recreation resources. This position also provides daily operational support to the island.  There are great opportunities for cultural and natural resources management learnings, community engagement and working with two active cooperating associations.

Learn more about this position at CAL HR

Victim Witness Advocate for the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office

The San Francisco District Attorney’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Victim Witness Advocate.

The Victim/Witness investigator I (8129) position, will provide direct services to victims of crime, establish and maintain working relationships with other criminal justice agencies and support the vision and mission of the Victim Services Division.Examples of duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Provides victim advocacy and support service for victims of crime
  • Assists victims of crime with their participation in the criminal justice system; including case status updates, court support, and other related activities
  • Offer information and make appropriate, need-based referrals to and from hospitals, clinics, mental health providers, social services, emergency resources and community based organizations
  • Assist criminal justice personnel in fulfilling their duties to victims of crime through advocacy, case consultations and training
  • Work with Assistant District Attorney’s, Investigators, and Police Inspectors in case development consultations and training
  • Provide educational presentations to community, public, and neighborhood groups for the purpose of education, developing collaborations building inter-community relationships and advocating for the prevention and treatment of criminal acts
  • Responsible for data collection (including monthly service reports), case management, and manual and computerized file maintenance
  • Other duties as required by management to guarantee the successful operation of the Division

Apply for this position through Indeed

Clerk – San Francisco Public Utilities Commission

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is currently accepting applications for the position of Clerk. The deadline to apply for this position is Friday, May 19, 2017

This position will provide administrative support for Wastewater Enterprise Planning and Regulatory Compliance Division staff implementing new regulatory requirements, and implementing and monitoring Sewer System Improvement Program regulatory matters and green infrastructure Projects. This support will include assisting with archiving key documents, scheduling meetings and coordinating with project teams, and providing document/presentation production and distribution support.

According to Civil Service Commission Rule 109, the duties specified below are representative of the range of duties assigned to this job code/class and are not intended to be an inclusive list.

1. Files, maintains and retrieves documents, records and correspondence in accordance with established procedures.

2. Codes and indexes documents, records and correspondence. Methods may include color code, terminal digit, numerical, alphabetical and/or chronological order to ensure proper filing and ready access of data.

3. Checks and reviews a variety of documents for completeness and accuracy.

4. Compiles information and data necessary for the preparation of various departmental reports in which judgment may be exercised in the selection of data and materials.

5. Prepares and maintains a variety of reports in which judgment may be exercised in the selection of data and materials.

6. Makes mathematical computations using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, decimals and fractions.

7. Receives and accounts for moderate amounts of money from the collection of fees and similar sources.

8. Disseminates information and answers inquiries by communicating with the public, departmental personnel and other departments.

9. Operates office equipment, including calculators, photocopying equipment, adding machines, computer terminals, microfiche viewers, fax machines and postage meters.

Apply for this position online at City and County of San Francisco – Department of Human Resources

Braillist Needed for the City and County of San Francisco

The City and County of San Francisco is looking for qualified Braillist

Essential Functions:

Duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Transcribing or producing original documents in braille using computer technology and mechanical devices.
  • Maintaining current equipment and keeping updated on current technology trends and developments as they relate to people who use the services.
  • Interacting with patrons and connecting those using assistive technology for access via Braille to online resources and braille production.
  • Downloading digital Talking Books. Assisting in other Access Services programs as needed; and performing other job-related duties as assigned.

Desirable Skills:

  • Knowledge of Braille devices and other peripheral equipment and aids.
  • Excellent skills in operating braille transcription equipment (including computers and other related devices).
  • Knowledge of the local community of people who are blind or have print disabilities.
  • Ability to interact successfully with library users with disabilities Commitment to the philosophy of universal access and excellent public service.

Special Condition

“Proficiency in Unified English Braille (UEB) both in reading and writing”

Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest and resume to ACE Recruiter- Porsche Bunton: Porsche.bunton@sfgov.org


Supply Technician at V.A. Health Care Center in San Francisco

The United States Department of Veteran’s Affairs is seeking a Supply Technician at the San Francisco Medical Center.

The primary purpose of the position is to ensure that supplies and material are distributed to all areas serviced by Logistics. Provides wards, clinics, operating rooms, secondary storage locations, and other hospital facilities with supplies and material including, but not limited to, sterile and non-sterile medical supplies, instruments sets, and equipment.

Assignments include but are not limited to: scanning, barcoding, receiving, storing, and the distribution of medical and surgical supplies, instruments, and other material. The work requires knowledge of applicable policies and procedures as well as inventory systems such as the generic inventory package (GIP), bar-coding, aseptic procedures and Logistics processes. Work is performed on established shifts, which may involve evening, overnight, or weekend.

Read the complete job description and apply for this position online at VA Careers

Automotive Service Worker for the City and County of San Francisco

The City and County of san Francisco currently has an open examination and application period for the position of Automotive Service Worker.


Under immediate supervision, an Automotive Service Worker performs a variety of semi-skilled work in maintaining, servicing, and safety checking of different types of gasoline, diesel, propane, natural gas and alternate fuel source vehicles.  Incumbents will be responsible for the servicing of heavy equipment vehicles; such as tractor-trailers and/or bulldozers.

Essential functions include:  operating a variety of automotive servicing equipment and hand tools; responding to automotive service requests; operating the refueling station and/or the tire shop; performing regular maintenance on vehicles; making minor repairs on disabled vehicles; maintaining a clean shop area; preparing routine records; assisting automotive mechanics and operating service vehicles.  Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


1.  One (1) year of full-time verifiable experience performing of semi-skilled work in maintaining, servicing, and safety-checking of gasoline, diesel or alternative fuel source vehicles; OR

2.    A certificate of completion of coursework in Automotive Mechanics from an accredited academic, trade or technical institution with a minimum of six (6) months.  Coursework in Auto Body, Fender or Welding may not be substituted for coursework in Automotive Mechanics; AND

3.    Possession of a valid Class C driver license.

Apply online at City and County of San Francisco – Department of Human Resources

Marin County Parks Seasonal Assistant – Visitor Study

Marin County Parks  will be hiring up to four seasonal positions to join an existing team charged with implementing a second phase of a park and open space visitor study, assisting with other department research projects, and fulfilling other duties as assigned.

1) Staff will be primarily responsible for counting and interviewing visitors at 17 park and open space locations. This position requires strong communication skills, familiarity with tablet computers and data entry, and a willingness to work alone, in addition to the requirements below.

2) Staff will assist open space rangers and resources staff with the maintenance of research cameras and review of data. This work requires sitting in a computer lab for several hours at a time, hiking, and some physical labor, in addition to the requirements below.

3) Staff may assist the department with other tasks from time to time, including: community outreach and engagement (including Roving Ranger support, attending community events, and tabling), participation in community programming, working with volunteers, writing summary reports, maintaining tools and equipment, general park and trail maintenance, and other tasks as needed.

This position requires strong interpersonal communications skills. All seasonal assistants must be able to drive to remote locations, lift 30-40 pounds of equipment, work alone, and engage visitors and assist them with completing surveys on tablet computers. Work may occur during adverse weather conditions. Seasonal assistants may also be required to hike and work in difficult conditions on rugged terrain. Some work may require the use of hand tools and will often be at sites that require hiking across remote terrain. Full training and safety gear will be provided depending on tasks assigned.

Crew members will be trained in:
• Survey methodology and data collection
• Driving and communications protocols
• Other skills depending on assignment

This is a full time, 4-5 day per week, temporary position to last approximately 5 months.

Apply for this position online at Craigslist

Spanish-Speaking Administrative Services Associate for Superior Court of California in Marin County

The Superior Court of California, County of Marin is hiring an Administrative Services Associate.

Under general supervision, provides varied, responsible and confidential clerical and administrative support assistance to Family Court Services Division, specifically the Child Custody Recommending Counselors and the Court Investigators as well as the Court Administration/Human Resources; greets all customers and directs them to the appropriate division and performs other related work as required. This class reports to the Chief Human Resources Officer and the Family Court Services Director.

This position requires a college degree, or its equivalent is preferred but not required. You must also have three years of increasingly responsible clerical and/or administrative support experience; legal support work that includes the processing of legal documents, or employment in a court or legal office. Proficient in speaking Spanish is a must!

Apply online at Government Jobs

Installer – Communications Division – County of Marin (Temp. Position)


Installer – Communications Division

The Department of Public Works, Communication Division is seeking an Installer for a full time temporary extra hire position. The candidate will have an electronics background and knowledge of basic electronic theory, including Ohms Law, AC/DC theory, audio and radio frequency circuits. Also desirable is knowledge of installation and repair principles of mobile radio equipment, light bars, wiring, auto electrical systems and basic auto body work. Must be able to read and interpret simple electronic drawings, diagrams and measurements, and have a working knowledge of mathematics for electronic technology. The ideal candidate uses sound independent judgment within established procedural guidelines and is knowledgeable regarding the safe operation of hand and power tools used in facility and equipment maintenance and repair.
For more information about the position please contact Richard Chuck at (415) 473-7313 or at Rchuck@marincounty.org.

Accounting Assistant for the County of Marin

The County of Marin Department of Finance has announced an open recruitment period for the position of Accounting Assistant:

Job Description:

Under the direction of a Division Chief, the Accounting Assistant performs in a myriad of fiscal areas: accounting, revenue billing and collection, accounts receivable, accounts payable, banking, public administration, payroll, statistical and other financial, fiscal and/or budgetary office support in a centralized or departmental setting.

This entry level accounting/financial support position also processes, records, reviews and reconciles a variety of financial transactions and prepares forms and documentations necessary to support the activities of the Division.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate is organized, dependable, flexible, accurate and able to work both independently and with a professional team. The ideal candidate would be an excellent written and verbal communicator. The ideal candidate would direct experience in customer service and would be able to demonstrate tact and diplomacy when dealing with the public and other departmental personnel. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have the ability to clearly articulate and document appropriate accounting procedures and would have experience in governmental accounting practices or similarly regulated environment in the private sector. The ideal candidate has experience working with financial accounting, banking, customer account maintenance and statistical reporting systems.

Read the complete job description and apply online at County of Marin – Department of Human Resources

Assistant Groundsworker for the City of Mill Valley

The City of Mill Valley is currently seeking a part-time Assistant Groundsworker.

Under general supervision, perform tasks in gardening and general golf course maintenance work and to do related work as required. This is an entry-level position. Training will be provided, if necessary, to perform duties listed below.


  • Operates hand and power equipment used in maintaining a golf course.
  • Fertilizes, cultivates and waters to golf course.
  • Spades, rakes, hoes and otherwise prepares ground for seeding and planting.
  • Plants flower gardens and borders.
  • Mows; weeds, trim and renovate lawn areas.
  • Trims; cuts and prunes shrubs and trees with handsaw and other basic pruning tools.
  • Performs general ground maintenance of raking, sweeping, garbage pick-up.
  • Performs repair and maintenance work, in keeping equipment in proper condition.

This is a partial job description. Read the complete listing and apply online through Craigslist  


Parks Seasonal Assistant – Landscape Assignment for County of Marin

Marin County Parks is hiring within the Landscape Division. The position requires planting, watering and maintaining various landscaped areas; turf grass care and fertilization; maintenance of public facilities and structures; weeding and spreading landscape mulch; constructing fences, signs, & other structure projects; drain cleaning, hand & power tool operation; grass cutting, brush removal, tree pruning for wildfire fuel reduction; learning the safe operation of a variety of hand and power tools; performing heavy, physical labor in landscaped areas; representing the Landscape Division, providing information to the public and wearing a uniform; removal of trash and garbage from landscaped areas; public contact: providing information and assistance; working with low voltage landscape electrical systems.

Minimum Qualifications:
Some direct experience or college level education in landscape maintenance, parks operations, or environmental resources studies is desirable. Level of appointment within the salary range is dependent upon the amount of experience and/or education directly related to the area of assignment.

HIGHLY DESIRABLE: Direct experience in the construction trade.

See the ad and apply online at Craigslist

Multiple Opening for Food Service Workers at San Francisco V.A. Medical Center

The Department of Veteran’s Affairs has multiple openings for the position of Food Service Worker in San Francisco.

Employee will serve as a Food Service Worker assigned to Nutrition and Food Service (NFS) located at the Veterans Healthcare Administration in San Francisco, CA.  Duties will include, but may not be limited to the following:

·  Performs duties that require a wide knowledge of food service operations including food and nourishment preparation, tray assembly, Café service tray deliver and pick-up, ware washing and sanitation.

·  Prepares serving area for tray service.

·  Assembles and portions foods in standard serving sizes, placing item on trays.

·  Distribute and collect trays from patient bedside and records information and reporting patient/staff comments and complaints to the supervisor/work leader or dietician.

·  Performs a variety of tasks in the dish room.

·  Sets up and operates mechanical dishwasher and pot and pan washer.

·  Cleans the tables and chairs.

·  Sorts, washes, peel, and cuts fresh fruits and vegetables.

·  Pushes tray delivery carts to distribute and collect trays.

·  Prepares uncooked items following simple instructions.

·  Performs other food service/kitchen related duties as assigned.

Apply online at USA Jobs

Senior Inventory Clerk for the City and County of San Francisco

The San Francisco Department of Public Health (DPH) is currently hiring one (1) permanent, full-time 1922 Senior Inventory Clerk. Under general supervision, the Senior Inventory Clerk will be responsible for the supervision and performance of detailed clerical and warehouse work involving the taking and maintaining of inventories of supplies and equipment.

Essential functions include:

  • Posts incoming charges to Materials Management System; identifies and tracks all expired products creating a loss analysis, tracks and properly coordinates the pick-up of surplus items, track and update crash carts and crash cart logs, helps the CPD Supervisor in maintaining a safe and clean warehouse.
  • Supervises taking of annual inventories; prepares machine tabulating cards, indicating quantity, location and description of new or reconditioned materials; checks inventory sheets from Central Distribution and assists in identifying questionable items; reports inventory or price corrections to tabulating department and notes corrections on stock records.
  • Assists in proof-reading purchase requisitions; estimates total cost of requisitions; checks purchase orders against purchase requisitions and calculates unit prices of all items on purchase orders.
  • Compiles monthly inventory reports; studies or researches projects on request; conducts cycle counts, identifies correct par levels for items, conduct audits to ensure all items are in their correct location and are properly labeled.
  • Clerical duties as assigned; may include greeting visitors, answering phones, filing, requisition tracking log, payroll duties, assisting vendors with the vendor credentialing system. File various documents such as charge slips, memorandums, expired/obsolete/overstock log

Read the complete job description and apply online at City and County of San Francisco – Department of Human Resources

Jobs with the United States Census Bureau

If you enjoy meeting people, the U.S. Census Bureau has a few openings for Part-Time Field Representatives. The Census Bureau conducts a variety of censuses and surveys, Every month, quarter, and year we conduct surveys with households and businesses. Field Representatives are selected based on openings in the county or city in which they live. Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply.

Minimum qualifications include:

•Be a citizen of the United States and present proof of identity and employment eligibility.

•Valid driver license and reliable vehicle to use in completing assignments.


Attend the Application Process Event:

Wednesday, April 27, 2017 1:00 PM

The Success Center SF, 1449 Webster St

San Francisco, CA 94115


For more information, visit United States Census Bureau – California Jobs

Office Assistant for California Highway Patrol – Marin County Office

The California Highway Patrol is currently accepting applications for the position of Office Assistant – Typing for their Marin County office in Corte Madera.

Under the general supervision of the Office Services Supervisor I, the Office Assistant (OA) would serve as the Area’s Timekeeper/Overtime Clerk, processing the CHP 415’s and the overtime report, sending the completed reconciliation reports to Golden Gate Division by the cutoff date.

The Main Function of the Timekeeping/Overtime Clerk is to review the Daily Field Records and process the uniform overtime with the reconciliation reports.

The position(s) require(s) the ability to type at a minimum speed as designated on the Class Specifications (link available in the additional documentation section). You must obtain a valid typing certificate confirming your ability to meet the minimum typing speed, prior to being hired.

Read the complete job description and learn how to apply on the official California state jobs website at CalCareers

Management Assistant at San Francisco Public Utilities Commission

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is currently accepting applications for the position of Management Assistant.

Under general supervision, the Management Assistant will perform professional-level administrative and management duties in a variety of functional areas, such as: office/operations management; budget development, administration and fiscal reporting; development and administration of contractual agreements; electronic data organization; and evaluation and development of management policies and procedures, including evaluation of impact of existing and proposed legislation.

The 1842 Management Assistant will work in the SFPUC Real Estate Services Division on real estate and real estate-related documentation and process improvement projects.

View the complete job description and apply online at City and County of San Francisco – Department of Human Resources

Communications Specialist at Human Service Agency of San Francisco

The San Francisco Human Services Agency (HSA) helps San Francisco residents experiencing poverty and abuse.

Our communications team is responsible for connecting San Franciscans to vital social services and keeping the public informed about public assistance such as the Affordable Care Act, food stamps, early education, and local services to support our aging population. At a time of great uncertainty at the federal level—particularly for immigrant communities—you will help shape and modernize the way one of the most progressive human service agencies in the nation communicates about a safety net system that touches nearly one in four San Franciscans.

General Functions

1.      Develop public relations and digital marketing programs that support HSA’s brand strategy objectives, engage the public, and identify innovative methods to bring targeted messages to market.

2.      Support communication efforts that advance HSA’s policy and legislative agenda.

3.      Create and develop informative, user-friendly, customer-focused, and visually compelling content across all distribution channels (i.e. websites, social media, mobile-applications, broadcast, video, photography, and print marketing collateral) for both internal and external communications.

4.      Prepare and issue press releases and articles concerning the Agency’s role in the community, current issues and relevant legislation through various mediums; maintain consistency in the website and print material design; respond to complaints or requests for information; ensure that all content is in compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

Read the complete job description and apply online at City and County of San Francisco – Department of Human Resources

Senior Clerk Position at San Francisco Community College District

The San Francisco Community College District is currently seeking a Senior Clerk. The position is an employee of the City and County of San Francisco.

Position Description:

Under general supervision, the 1406 Senior Clerk performs difficult, responsible, and specialized clerical work, may assign clerical and office work to subordinate office personnel and perform related duties as required in the Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) Department. Essential functions include interpreting, enforcing and carrying out existing methods and procedures relative to office operations; making regular contacts with other departmental personnel and providing information; explaining and interpreting existing laws, regulations and administrative policies to the general public in connection with office activities; gathering, preparing and maintaining a wide variety of records, reports and documents relative to office operations; and calculating basic mathematical computations in connection with the preparation of various reports.

Read the complete job description and apply online at City and County of San Francisco – Department of Human Resources

Park Interpretive Specialist on Angel Island State Park – On-site Housing Available

Live and work on an amazing island park in the middle of the San Francisco Bay!

Angel Island State Park is looking to fill seasonal park positions by March 2016, and is looking for people who would love to work in one of the most beautiful and historic settings in California. Surrounded by the San Francisco Bay, Angel Island offers the unique opportunity to work in both natural and historic sites in a California State Park. Additionally, positions on Angel Island come with the opportunity to live on the island in a dorm setting in a historic home. The cost of living the in the Bay area has skyrocketed in the past few years, housing on Angel Island works out to be less than $100 per month including utilities!

Duration: Positions run for a maximum of 1500 hours in a nine-month period; hours may be reduced due to budget constraints. Peak season is March- October.

Duties include: Answering visitor questions, providing interpretive guided tours to groups of all ages, provide staff support during special events. Collection of museum and tour fees provides site maintenance, and assist with possible research projects. Support school group tour operation. Support to other island visitor services operations and support during emergency response as needed.

Desirable characteristics: Ability to work weekends & holidays. Experience with public speaking and in large group settings. The ability to handle questions about potentially sensitive topics. Good organizational skills and pro-active attitude. The ability to accept and benefit from training in public service work. Multilingual skills a plus.

For instructions on how to apply, see the ad at Craigslist  

Media Specialist Needed for County of Marin

The County of Marin is currently seeking a Media Specialist.

The Media Specialist for Marin County Parks is responsible for developing information for a multitude of projects, programs, and initiatives for the purpose of promoting awareness and participation in department activities.

The Media Specialist will create and assist in the creation of content, designs, and materials by exercising skills in graphic design, environmental design, branding, marketing, writing, editing, outreach services, stakeholder communications, event planning, and photography/video.

The Media Specialist will be responsible for a wide range of work and communications including: public information campaigns in various media, website content development, newsletters, social media management, news releases, email communications, messaging and talking point development; Marin County Parks brand and style development and management; design of signs and environmental graphics, and design of print and electronic materials, including but not limited to infographics, flyers, posters, ads, brochures, calendars, maps, information sheets, and outreach/educational supplies; and coordinating Section 508 accessibility standards in development of all public information materials.

See the full job description and apply online at County of Marin – Human Resources

Administrative Specialist for the Judicial Council of California

The Information Technology office is responsible for assisting the courts in achieving the Judicial Council’s technology objectives. The division is directly responsible for the development, acquisition, implementation and support of automated systems in the appellate courts, trial courts and the Judicial Council.


• Provide daily administrative support to Principal Managers, Managers, Supervisors, and staff members of the JCC Court Application Services, and the Shared Services units in Information Technology.
• Manage and coordinate calendars and meetings for Principal Managers and Managers.
• Prepare travel request forms, make travel arrangements, prepare, process, and track travel expense claims.
• Support Information Technology Project Request tracking.
• Maintain and update hard copy and electronic files of travel expense claims, time sheets, correspondence, and other required documents.
• Prepare and assist in preparation of meeting materials including editing presentation slides, proofread agendas, and distributing meeting materials.
• Proofread and format various communication materials such as memos, meeting minutes, and presentations.
• Transcribe meeting minutes and prepare draft minutes.
• Coordinate transportation requests for in-person meetings, review, and process travel expense claims.
• Research and compile travel budget information.


Associate’s degree and one (1) year of administrative support, database maintenance, or meeting/event planning experience.

Additional directly related experience and/or education may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.


Two years as an Administrative Assistant with the Judicial Council of California or two years of experience performing the duties of a class comparable in the level of responsibility to that of an Administrative Assistant in a California state government entity.

For the complete job description, requirements and instructions for how to apply, see the ad at Craigslist


Library Assistant at San Francisco Public Library

The City and County of San Francisco has announced an open recruitment period for the position of Library Assistant for the San Francisco Public Library.

The essential functions of this classification include: performing circulation and registration duties; checking and verifying records; receiving and recording payment of fines; providing information to the public; assisting library patrons in a tactful and effective manner; generating reports such as circulation reports, overdue notices, paging lists, clear hold shelf lists, daily cash reports and other related reports; utilizing Integrated Library Systems software to create and access customer accounts and performing tasks such as, library applications processing, verification of application information, fines and fees resolution, library card usage policies and procedures, check/in – check/out of physical and digital materials; assisting with daily library operations, such as opening and closing procedures, completing ADA checklists, drafting desk schedules, etc.; utilizing a computer to retrieve information and input data; shelving and retrieving books and other library materials using alphabetical, numerical, chronological and Dewey Decimal classification systems; performing physical processing of library materials including filing and processing new periodicals, newspaper clippings and other information; performing routine book repair and/or weeding on condition as directed; operating microfilm machines and scanners; troubleshooting and providing assistance to patrons with library equipment, including microfilm machines, scanners, and multifunction devices (copy machines); providing direction, training and/or coaching to Library Pages as directed; entering data; and performing related duties as assigned.

For complete job information, including experience requirements and information on how to apply, visit City and County of San Francisco – Department of Human Resources

Internships and Apprenticeships at S.F. Public Utilities Commission

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has ongoing internship, apprenticeship and employment opportunities geared towards youth, students and recent college graduates.

There are opportunities in a variety of fields, including engineering, water resources and management, finance, human resources and information technology. An internship can be a first job or a stepping stone that provides exposure and helps identify opportunities for a future career path.

For more information, go to San Francisco Public Utility Commission – Internships, Apprenticeships and Youth Employment  

Office Assistant for the City of Novato

The City of Novato is accepting applications for the position of the Office Assistant II- Maintenance Division.

This position will provide technical and responsible administrative support to the Maintenance Division. The Office Assistant II will have a wide range of duties and responsibilities involving the day-to-day delivery of support services, division web site updates, and administering reservations for equipment loans and the Delong Avenue banner program.

Minimum Qualifications
• Experience: Two years of general clerical experience similar to an Office Assistant I with the City of Novato.
• Training: Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade.
• License or Certificate: Possession of a typing certificate showing ability to type 45 words per minute net of errors. Possession of a valid CA Driver’s License.

The deadline to apply for this position is April 17, 2017

Apply for this position online at City of Novato – Jobs

Senior Account Clerk – City of Mill Valley

The City of Mill Valley is currently seeking a Senior Account Clerk.

The Senior Account Clerk reports to the Director of Finance and Human Resources and performs a variety of accounting support functions such as: accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, employee benefits, account reconciliation, and related work as assigned. This position offers an excellent entry point to municipal finance.

Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. The ideal candidate, however, will have three to four years of accounting or related experience and have knowledge of governmental accounting. Particular training or experience in accounts payable and accounts receivable is preferred.

Read the complete job description and requirements at City of Mill Valley


Gardener Position at San Francisco Parks and Recreation

The Recreation and Parks Department of City and County of San Francisco has announced an open application period for the position of Gardener.

This position performs routine maintenance and landscaping renovation tasks to care for athletic fields, squares, parks, playgrounds, stadiums, thoroughfares, medians, natural areas and/or other landscaped areas.

See job description for a complete list of responsibilities and experience requirements.

Apply online at City and County of San Francisco – Department of Human Resources