[SJSU_MURPs] Job Opportunity in Sunnyvale (Temp.)
- City of Sunnyvale - Neighborhood Preservation Specialist/Code Enforcement Officer
Job Description Type (Full Time / Part Time): Full-Time temporary (five or six month duration, filling in for a staff person while on maternity leave)
Filing Deadline: ASAP, open until filled.
Salary: Depending on Qualifications
Recognized as the �Heart of Silicon Valley,� Sunnyvale, with a population of approximately 138,000, is the fifth largest city in the San Francisco Bay Area and the second largest in Santa Clara County. Sunnyvale was incorporated in 1912 and, over the years, has transformed from an agricultural community, to a center for the defense industry, to the current nexus of research, development and manufacturing that created Silicon Valley. Sunnyvale is home to notable companies such as Yahoo!, Advanced Micro Devices, NetApp, and Lockheed Martin Space Systems. The draw of working in this dynamic community swells the City�s daytime workforce to 230,000.
The Specialist will work with homeowners and businesses to resolve Sunnyvale Municipal Code violations in an effort to preserve the quality of neighborhoods through education and progressive enforcement.
Candidates should be able to Interpret ordinances, policies, procedures, code enforcement concepts, document complaints, conduct inspections, prepare letters, and when necessary, issue administrative citations. The candidate should also have knowledge of basic code enforcement principals and be willing to work in a busy and fast-paced environment.
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to an Associate�s Degree and one year of experience in code enforcement or related field.
For a comprehensive job description, click here and search for Neighborhood Preservation Specialist.
To be considered for this position, please submit a City application to:
Acting Neighborhood Preservation Manager
City of Sunnyvale
456 West Olive Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
To download a printable version of the City job application, click here.
Contact Name Dale Huber
Contact Phone (408) 730-7614
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- Complete Streets: Designing for Transit, Pedestrians, Bicyclists and
Cars. Presentation by Michael Ronkin
Thursday, November 6, 2008
The Little Fox Theatre, Downtown Redwood City, 2209 Broadway
$10.00 fee payable at door
Nationally recognized bicycle and pedestrian expert MICHAEL RONKIN
will be speaking at "The Forum at Redwood City: A Continuing
Conversation on City Design" on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2008, from 6:00
- 7:45pm! Don't miss this timely and informative presentation on
"COMPLETE STREETS: DESIGNING FOR TRANSIT, PEDESTRIANS, BICYCLISTS AND
This is an extremely timely and relevant presentation for all of us
living in California! On September 30, 2008, Governor Schwarzenegger
signed into law Assembly Bill 1358, the California Complete Streets
Act, requiring cities and counties to include complete streets
policies in their general plans so roadways are designed to safely
accommodate all users: bicyclists, pedestrians, transit riders,
children, older people, those with disabilities. "Streets aren't just
for cars, they're for people, and with the Complete Streets Act local
governments will plan for and build roadways that are safe and
convenient for everyone," said Assemblyman Leno, the bill's sponsor.