City of Fremont
- Job Title: Building Maintenance Worker II- HVAC
- Design, fabricate, inspect, install, troubleshoot and evaluate problems with HVAC equipment
- Repair heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems and related apparatus.
- Install, repair and/or replace controls for energy management system.
County of Alameda
- Job Title: Hazardous Materials Specialist
Description: The Hazardous Materials Specialists are located in the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA), Local Oversight Program (LOP), and the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Program, of the Environmental Health Department. Incumbents conduct investigations and site data analysis for industrial, governmental and community sites regarding possible health hazards, environmental impact, or regulatory compliance concerns. The Hazardous Materials Specialist is distinguished from the Environmental Health Specialist in that the latter is primarily responsible for environmental and public health impacts associated with the improper use or storage of hazardous materials or has responsibility for the safe operation of Household Hazardous Waste Facilities, HHWF’s. The handling and managing of hazardous waste requires a comprehensive knowledge of the hazardous materials field. Incumbents receive direction from a Supervising Hazardous Materials Specialist.
- Job Title: Cook
Description: Must have at least two (2) years experience in quantity cooking, a basic knowledge of modified diets; training in food service sanitation, experience utilizing industrial kitchen equipment and utensils; and some prior kitchen supervisory experience preferred.
Job Title: Variety of Positions
Description: Prepares and cooks meals for customers, employees and for golf outings and functions by performing the duties listed in the Essential Duties and Responsibilities section. Must be able to manage protein butchery and coking to desired temperature properly. Must be able to manage large volume of protein cookery at one time .
- Job Title: Mobile Equipment Maintenance Mechanic
Description: The Mobile Equipment Maintenance Mechanic uses his/her knowledge in industrial mobile equipment to sustain production equipment processes. Maintenance Mechanics respond to breakdowns of industrial mobile equipment and make repairs as quickly as possible. They diagnose the root cause to machine breakdowns and perform preventative maintenance to optimize machinery uptime. This is a physically demanding job requiring walking and standing all day, as well as, bending, squatting, kneeling, climbing ladders and even lying on the ground intermittently throughout the day. In addition, the technician may wear a fall protection harness while working from heights or from a suspended position. Maintenance Mechanics will lift up to 50 lbs. and turn wrenches, screw drivers and other hand tools and power tools.
Catholic Charities East Bay
- Job Title: Administrative Coordinator
Description: Our ideal candidate will be an ambitious bilingual (Spanish and English) professional who takes initiative. We seek a collaborative and dependable team player, who executes sound judgement to effectively carry out the daily functions of this position and establishes good working relationships with internal and external clients of the Catholic Charities of the East Bay. Additionally, our ideal candidate will be self-motivated, able to meet deadlines, and have an understanding of how a non-profit organization functions.
- Job Title: Director of Grants
Description: The Director of Grants is responsible for the agency’s government and private foundation grant proposals and raises $5-6 million (and growing) in grant funds per year in support of the agency’s strategic vision. The Director of Grants is a member of the agency’s Senior Management team, and works with the CEO and agency leaders to set grants fundraising strategy and goals for the agency overall, as well as creates and executes specific grants fundraising plans for each of the agency’s key programs based on their needs and goals. The Director leads the Grants Department in conducting strategic research to identify potential grant sources, preparing grant submissions, tracking grant awards, and working closely with grant funders.
- Job Title: Program Manager, Immigration Legal Services
Description: The Immigration Legal Services Program Manager is responsible for grants management and reporting of deliverables, as well as leading revenue generating activities, including fee collection. Catholic Charities seeks a visionary, responsible, and compassionate Department of Justice (DOJ) accredited representative or Juris Doctor, with excellent communication skills in both Spanish and English, demonstrates a passion for immigrant rights issues, and has non-profit experience to fill the role of Immigration Legal Services Program Manager.