City Manager jobs in San Jose, California (CA)
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- $100K - $156K •Confidential Company • San Jose, CAAnalyzing organizational structures, functions, procedures, and practices; providing analysis and recommendations of various kinds and levels of services provided by City government to create improved efficiencies.
- Quick ApplyThe Web and Digital Applications Analyst is primarily responsible for providing subject matter expertise to support, manage, and enhance the City's Web and Digital properties City Websites, Intranet (Sharepoint), O365, Social Media and other related applications.
- In this role, you will be working closely with the Project Manager, Architects, and Engineers, communicating with Owners/Tenants, Suppliers, Subcontractors, and City/County Officials/Inspectors, and managing Subcontractors and Trades to meet construction deadlines.
- $106K - $130K •Provide technical leadership for the City's enterprise infrastructure which includes: servers, Active Directory, VPN, Federation Service, Public/Private Cloud support, enterprise storage, system management and monitor, enterprise system backups and restore, as well as Disaster Recovery of infrastructure services.
- $100K - $156K •Assist in the preparation of mandated advertisements and presentation materials for public hearings and the adoption of the final budget by City Council.
- A successful Business Development Manager must have great passion to succeed and a strong desire to make a different in the marketing place regards to energy renewable, energy efficiency and sustainability. This role will be responsible for creating an enterprise-wide strategic plan, developing strategies for targeting clients with local Account Representatives, supporting local Account representatives in customer interactions, and driving growth.
- $91K - $118K •Effectively conveys information and expresses thoughts and facts clearly, orally and in writing; demonstrates effective use of listening skills and displays openness to other people's ideas and thoughts.
- The successful candidate will have experience managing and preparing California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documents, including initial studies, environmental impact reports, negative and mitigated negative declarations, CE's and exemptions. Additional responsibilities include preparation of Specific Plans, Master Plans, and other planning policy documents in supp
- $85K - $104K •Provides staff direction for preparing and evaluating funding applications, preparing grant awards, and participates in contract negotiations; plans, controls, directs and evaluates the operations of the Grants team.
- $106K - $130K •Interface with the Virtual Security Operations Center (V-SOC) and use deployed tools and services to ensure monitoring of systems and networks are taking place in accordance with defined service levels, contracts, and established standards.
- In this role, you will work across organizational and team boundaries to drive decisions that align with the future architecture, product and business goals.
- $116K - $182K •As a principal deputy, the Deputy Director of Citywide Planning represents the Department and the Director at all times and officiates on the Director's behalf as needed, and represents the Department and the Director at meetings with the public, elected officials, other departments /agencies and various stakeholders.
- Manage large and complex projects with high performance risk, driving project(s) to completion. May manage more than one large project simultaneously. Work is typically comprised of 80% time contribution towards project leadership and 20% as a technical contributor.
- In this role, you're a technical expert regarding the team's installed venue infrastructure. These systems are innovative, and installed in a manner and scale atypical for the industry. You will serve as the primary liaison with both architectural and system design teams to achieve facility theatrical production goals.
- $82K - $126K •Job Expertise - demonstrates knowledge of and experience with applicable profession/technical principles and practices, Citywide and departmental procedures/policies, federal rules and regulations: serves as a "resource person" on whom others rely for advice; answers difficult question: keeps informed of latest development and events in administration.
- Lead the internal communications and marketing strategy and associated implementation for the entire Real Estate and Workplace Services Programs portfolio and individual initiatives from beginning to end. Assess needs, develop plans that break the mold, bringing creativity and innovation in strategy and tactics; then foster buy-in for the plans and lead cross-functional, global teams to get work done.