Assistant Director of Public Works - Utilities & Environmental Services

The City of American Canyon (pop. 21,432), located 35 miles northeast of San Francisco at the southern tip of Napa Valley, is a safe and diverse community known for its expansive nature preserves, affordable living, and high-quality schools. The Public Works Department is responsible for operations and maintenance of the City’s infrastructure. Supported by 22 staff, the Utilities and Environmental Services Division is responsible for planning and overseeing the City’s water, wastewater, recycled water, and environmental services.

Public Works Director

The City of Mountain View (pop. 83,601) is regarded as one of the safest and best places to live and work in the Bay Area. This progressive, full-service City seeks an experienced and forward-thinking public works professional with outstanding interpersonal and communication skills to lead a high-performing team of 249 staff and with a $123 million budget.

Deputy Fire Chief

This is an incredibly rare opportunity in the Tri-Valley region of Northern California’s East Bay. The Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department (LPFD) is supported by 128 full-time employees with eight engine companies and two truck companies and provides comprehensive emergency operations services to the Cities of Livermore (pop. 84,828) and Pleasanton (pop. 79,871). LPFD is governed under a JPA created in partnership by the two cities in 1996.

Deputy City Manager - Administrative Services

The City Manager Team (CMT) consists of the City Manager, Assistant City Manager, and, with the hiring of this position, three Deputy City Managers, each over a workgroup. Together, the CMT, under the general direction of the City Manager, provides leadership through collaboration, teamwork, and active engagement for the 15 departments and divisions that provide world-class programs and services to the Rancho Cucamonga community.

City Manager

Just 60 miles north of San Diego, lies the beautiful city of Murrieta, CA, offering natural scenic beauty, abundant recreation, and many growing opportunities. Dotted with towering oak trees, sycamores, valleys of grass, and natural hot springs, Murrieta offers a safe and exciting home for its residents and visitors alike. Those living in the community find distinguished schools, excellent medical facilities, expanding employment opportunities, and one of the lowest crime rates in Southern California. Murrieta is just 10 miles from many local wineries offering marvelous views and tastings.