Assistant County Administrative Officer

Do you love adventure, breathtaking natural beauty, and rich culture?  If you are a collaborative relationship builder who is humble, emotionally intelligent, and self-motivated, you won’t want to miss this exciting career opportunity in Inyo County, where adventure awaits at every turn. Apply now and be part of the team that is shaping the future of this remarkable county.

Chief Building Official

Salary: $10,083 – 13,476 / Month

Exciting opportunity to join the team as the Chief Building Official for the County of Santa Cruz! In this role, you will plan, organize and direct the Building Section of the Community Development & Infrastructure Department. Help shape the future of our community. Live, work and play in beautiful Santa Cruz County! 

The County of Santa Cruz offers a generous benefits package which includes annual leave, paid holidays, medical, dental, vision and CalPERS retirement benefits. 

Assistant City Manager

The City of Walnut Creek is a thriving community of over 70,000 residents that offers a distinctive blend of urban flair, suburban grace, and the tranquility of surrounding nature. With an exceptional quality of life that has become a hallmark of the city, Walnut Creek continues to show strength as a major employment center; a successful retail, arts, and entertainment hub; a regional medical provider, and a safe community with highly rated schools and attractive residential neighborhoods.

Assistant Community Development Director

The Assistant Community Development Director serves as the second person in charge and a key business partner for the Community Development Director, overseeing the department's diverse range of activities. The Assistant Director will assist in planning, directing, managing, and overseeing the Department's operations. These duties may include current and long-range advance planning, design review, environmental review, growth management, building and safety, code compliance, and housing programs and functions.

Director of Utilities

Escondido lies 30 miles northeast of San Diego and 100 miles south of Los Angeles, just 18 miles from the coast. The Utilities Department is comprised of Water, Wastewater and Water Reuse, and Construction and Engineering. The Director oversees an annual operating budget of $72.9 million, a CIP budget of $15.3 million, and a team of 164 dedicated professionals. 

Police Commander

The Police Commander assists in the management, supervision, operation and training of the Police Department in both emergency and non-emergency conditions, including developing goals, objectives, procedures and policies to facilitate the City’s day-to-day and long range Police Department activities. Performs related work as required. Under general direction of the Police Chief, the Police Commander directly manages one of two divisions: the Patrol Division or the Support Division.

General Manager

The City of Pasadena is approximately ten miles northeast of downtown L.A. at the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, with a residential population of 144,000 and a daytime population of 250,000. Pasadena Water & Power Department (PWP) is a community-owned utility supplying water and electricity to Pasadena and nearby areas. The General Manager (GM) reports to the City Manager and is supported by 419 employees and a $333.5 million FY2024 budget.