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Maintenance Worker/Senior

Company: City of West Sacramento
Location: West Sacramento
Posted on: January 24, 2023

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Maintenance Worker/Senior Print (http://agency.governmentjobs.com/westsacramento/job_bulletin.cfm?jobID=3399341&sharedWindow=0) Apply Maintenance Worker/Senior Salary $49,632.00 - $66,816.00 AnnuallyLocation West Sacramento, CAJob TypeRegular Full TimeDepartmentPUBLIC WORKS O&MJob Number2021-00119Max Number of Applicants100ClosingContinuous

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  • Questions City of West Sacramento Public Works is looking for outstanding people to join our Utilities Maintenance Division as a Maintenance Worker/Senior . Multiple openings exist in Sewer Wastewater Collections, Road Maintenance, and Water Distribution. An official City of West Sacramento application form must be filled out, in its entirety. It is the applicant's responsibility to explain their qualifications fully and clearly. In addition, applicants must submit a resume and complete the required supplemental questionnaire. Incomplete information on the application, resume and/or supplemental questionnaire may be cause for disqualification. Application packages will be reviewed and screened for qualifications. Additional screening criteria will be developed based on the supplemental questionnaire. Depending upon the number of qualified candidates, an oral panel interview may or may not be held. The top candidates will be referred to the Department for further consideration.This recruitment is continuous until filled and may close without notice. Applications will be reviewed biweekly. DEFINITION: The Maintenance Worker/Senior performs a variety of tasks to install, maintain, repair, or improve all City infrastructure, which includes, but is not limited to, the sewer collection and water distribution systems, storm drainage facilities, streets and sidewalks, curbs and gutters.SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: The Maintenance Worker/Senior receives general direction from his/her supervisor. No direct supervision of staff is exercised.CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: Maintenance Worker is the entry level class in this series and is considered to be in a training status. Senior Maintenance Worker is considered to be the journey level in this series and works independently under general direction.Advancement to the Senior Maintenance Worker level shall occur after satisfactorily performing the duties of Maintenance Worker for two (2) years. Satisfactory performance means an overall satisfactory or higher rating on the performance evaluation during the last evaluation period. An employee may be advanced to the Senior Maintenance Worker level in less than two (2) years if the employee's performance is noted as exceptional by the supervisor and the employee is recommended for early advancement by the Department Head.Examples of Duties / Knowledge & SkillsRoad MaintenanceThis position is an entry-level position supporting all road and storm activities. Performs construction and maintenance work in one or more specialized programs in our public works department; work includes reconstruction/rehabilitation, surface maintenance, repair and or maintenance of potholes, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, storm drainage maintenance and repair, right-of-way maintenance, tree trimming or removal, street sweeping and customer service. Performs general road maintenance labor and operates light and heavy-duty equipment. Performs general traffic control, performs preventative maintenance on vehicles and equipment. Cuts, removes brush, mows grass, and weed eats. Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate possession of a commercial drivers license (CDL) with a tanker endorsement. Also, Qualified Applicator Certificate from the Department of Pesticide Regulation, State of California, in order to apply herbicides and pesticides to aquatic and right-of-way areas. Sewer Wastewater Collection Division This position is an entry-level position supporting all Wastewater activities and performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled heavy manual work, alone or as a member of a crew, in the construction, maintenance and repair and related service activities for wastewater collection systems and sewer laterals. Performs construction and maintenance work in one or more specialized programs in our public works department; Locates, installs, maintains, repairs, and inspects sewer mains, laterals, manholes, and clean-outs. Performs hydro-cleaning, mechanical rodding, and system flushing of pipelines. Performs CCTV inspection of mainlines and laterals. Responds to emergency calls, customer requests, mainline backups, and overflows. Conduct traffic control / flagging in the citys rights-of-way and USA marking. Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate possession of a commercial drivers license (CDL) with a tanker endorsement. Also, Possession of Grade 1 CWEA Collection System Maintenance CertificationWater Distribution This position is an entry-level position supporting all Water Distribution activities and performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled heavy manual work, alone or as a member of a crew, in the construction, maintenance and repair and related service activities for water distribution systems and transmission lines. Performs construction and maintenance work in one or more specialized programs in our public works department; Locates, installs, maintains, repairs, and inspects water mains, water meter installations, hydrants, valves, moving and upgrading service lines. Responds to emergency calls, customer requests. Conduct traffic control / flagging in the citys rights-of-way and USA marking. Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate possession of a commercial drivers license (CDL) with a tanker endorsement. Also, Possession of Grade 1 water distribution operator certificate issued by the California Water Resources Control Board. Maintenance Worker: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/westsacramento/classspecs/1228932?keywords=maintenance%20worker&pagetype=classSpecificationsSenior Maintenance Worker: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/westsacramento/classspecs/1228935?keywords=maintenance&pagetype=classSpecifications Minimum qualifications & RequirementsEDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination of training and experience which would provide the required knowledge and skill. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and skill would be:Education: High school diploma or equivalent. Experience: Maintenance Worker: One (1) year of experience in construction, utilities, and road maintenance or manual labor. Senior Maintenance Worker: Two (2) years of experience comparable to a Maintenance Worker I.LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES: Maintenance Worker: Must obtain a valid Class "B" California driver's license before the completion of the employment probationary period or six (6) months. Senior Maintenance Worker: Possession of a valid Class "A" California driver's license within one (1) year of appointment. Both levels must maintain the required commercial driver's license pursuant to the Department of Transportation regulations.Supplemental informationSPECIAL CONDITIONS: Ability to wear and use SCBA units as regulated by Cal/OSHA. Classification is subject to the drug and alcohol testing policy pursuant to the U.S. Department of Transportation regulation implementing the Federal Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991. May be required to participate in an on-call rotation. WORKING CONDITIONS: Field and construction site environment; exposure to dust and noise; some heavy lifting, standing, climbing and bending; work with heavy equipment; work in inclement weather conditions, adverse conditions, and/or emergency situations.PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must possess mobility to work in the field, streets and various other City infrastructure; strength, stamina and mobility to perform medium to heavy physical work, operate varied hand and power tools and construction equipment; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone or radio. The job involves field work requiring frequent walking at construction site areas to identify problems or hazards. Finger dexterity is needed to access, enter and retrieve data using a computer keyboard or calculator and to operate above-mentioned tools and equipment. Positions in this classification bend, stoop, kneel, reach and climb to perform work and inspect work sites; lift, move, and carry materials and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds and heavier weights with the use of proper equipment.ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS: Employees work primarily in the field and are exposed to loud noise levels, cold and hot temperatures, inclement weather conditions, road hazards, vibration, confining workspace, chemicals, mechanical and/or electrical hazards, and hazardous physical substances and fumes. Employees may interact with upset staff and/or public and private representatives, and contractors in interpreting and enforcing departmental policies and procedures.City of West SacramentoBenefits SummarySTATIONARY ENGINEERS, LOCAL 39TERM OF AGREEMENT: 07/01/2019 06/30/2022Acting Supervisor Differential:Paid additional 5% of base salary after first 3 days per calendar year in acting role.Auto Allowance:NoneBereavement Leave:2-4 days depending upon relationship of employee to deceased. Additional 2 days discretionary. See Personnel Rules.Bilingual Pay:A premium pay of 5% will be added for employees possessing and utilizing bilingual skills on duty. The number of individuals to receive this pay, the languages eligible, and the qualification requirements will be determined by the City.Call Back:Paid minimum of 2 hours at the overtime rate of time and one-half.Employees who are called back on the New Year's Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day holidays shall retain the holiday hours actually worked, not to exceed eight (8) hours. The holidays hours are to be taken at a later date within the same fiscal year earned and if not taken will be paid to the employee following the end of the current fiscal year.Deferred Compensation:Voluntary. Educational Incentive Program:See separate chart.Holidays:10 set and 4.5 floating. If required to work on a holiday, paid at 1 overtime rate and save holiday hours to be taken off later or cashed out.Life Insurance:$20,000 term. $1,000 term for spouse/children ages 6 months to 19 years; $100 term for children 14 days to 6 months. 100% paid by City. See rate chart for premium.Long Term Disability Insurance:Standard LTD paid by City (cost = 1.0% of gross wages).Management Leave:NoneMeal Allowance:Paid $9.00 meal allowance after 10 hours of work. Additional $9.00 meal allowance paid after 15 hours of work if City doesn't provide meal.Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance:Medical plans are offered through the CalPERS medical program (PEHMCA) using the unequal, minimum contribution methodology. Dental plan is self-insured through Delta Dental. Vision plan is Vision Service Plan. The cafeteria plan amount for health benefits (medical, dental and vision) for Employee Only shall either be equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the cost of the Kaiser plan for employee only and one hundred percent (100%) of the cost of employee only dental and vision or equal to $865, whichever is greater; for Employee plus One, the cafeteria plan amount shall either be equal to eighty percent (80%) of the Kaiser plan for employee plus one and eighty percent (80%) of the cost of employee plus one dental and vision or equal to $1255, whichever is greater; and for Employee plus Two or more, the cafeteria plan amount shall either be equal to eighty percent (80%) of the costs of employee plus two or more and eighty percent (80%) of the cost of employee plus two or more dental and vision or equal to $1625, whichever is greater. In no event shall any of the cafeteria plan contributions exceed 100% of the selected plan premium cost.Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance: Share the Savings (Opt Out)Employees hired prior to the first pay period after ratification and approval by the City Council, who opt out of the City's medical plans and show proof of enrollment in another group medical plan shall receive four hundred dollars ($400) per month plus City paid dental/vision up to the Employee Plus Two or More rate depending on coverage selected. This shall be referred to as "Share the Savings."Employees hired on or after the first pay period after ratification and approval by the City Council, who participate in Share the Savings will receive four hundred dollars ($400) plus City paid dental/vision at the Employee Only rate. Employees may purchase dental/vision coverage up to the family rate with the Share the Savings funds.Medical and Dental After Retirement:For employees and retirees hired before the first pay period after ratification and approval by the City Council: Medical and dental premiums to be paid by the City according to the formula below:10-14 years of service = $50 + 25% of premiums15-19 years of service = $75 + 30% of premiums20 or more years of service = $100 + 50% of premiumsThis benefit is never to exceed 75% of total premium or $750, whichever is less.Vision is offered for up to 18 months (COBRA) and is paid by the retiree.For employees hired on or after the first pay period after ratification and approval by the City Council: The City's maximum monthly medical contribution for each eligible retiree shall be equal to the minimum employer contribution required for active employees pursuant to the Public Employees Medical and Hospital Care Act (PEMHCA). In addition to the PEMHCA minimum, employees will receive the following contributions to their Retiree Health Savings (RHS) account:
    • From zero (0) to five (5) years of service, employees shall receive Twenty-five ($25) per month into be deposited to the employee's RHS account
    • After completion of five (5) years of continuous service with the City, employees shall receive One hundred dollars ($100.00) per month to be deposited into their RHS account.
    • After completion of ten (10) years of continuous service with the City, employees shall receive One hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00) per month to be deposited into their RHS account.
    • After completion of twenty (20) years of continuous service with the City, employees shall receive Two hundred dollars ($200.00) per month to be deposited into their RHS account.Employees who terminate City service for reasons other than retirement or layoff prior to completing ten (10) years of continuous service with the City will forfeit any City contribution.Employees will fall under the medical retirement tier based on original date of hire as a regular employee.Night Shift Differential:Paid additional 5% of base salary if 50+% of regular work hours is after 6pm and before 7am.Overtime:Paid 1 overtime rate or equivalent compensation time after 8 hours* worked in a day or 40 hours worked in a week. Overtime to be taken in cash or CTO. CTO not to accrue in excess of 80 hours. All accrued CTO to be paid off at termination. (*After 10 hours for Recreation Supervisor I/II and Recreation Coordinator.)Retirement:For employees hired on or after January 1, 2013, who are new CalPERS members, the retirement formula will be 2% @ 62 in accordance with the Public Employees' Pension Reform Act of 2013 (PEPRA) and includes highest thirty-six months for final compensation determination and Unused Sick Leave Credit. Employees pay the contribution rate of fifty percent (50%) of the total normal cost rate on a pre-tax basis.For employees hired on or after February 11, 2012, the retirement program shall be the CalPERS 2% @ 60 formula, highest thirty-six months for final compensation determination, 3rd level of the 1959 Survivor Benefit, Military Service Credit as Public Service, the Unused Sick Leave Credit option. Employee contributes entire 7% of the employee's contribution on a pre-tax basis.For employees hired before February 11, 2012, the retirement program shall be the CalPERS 2.5% @ 55 plan, includes highest thirty-six months for final compensation determination, 1959 Survivor's Benefit (3rd Level) and Unused Sick Leave Credit. Employee contributes entire 8% of the employee's contribution on a pre-tax basis.New employees covered by a public retirement system with reciprocity (i.e., 37 Act), will be placed in the 2% @ 60 plan, in accordance with PEPRA.Safety Equipment:For specified positions. See MOU for details.Salary Increases:For employees hired on or after the first pay period after ratification and approval by the City Council, the salary range consists of nine (9) steps (A through I) with approximately two-point five percent (2.5%) between each step.Effective the first pay period after ratification and approval by the City Council, a general salary increase of three percent (3.0%).Effective the first pay period after ratification and approval by the City Council, the following classifications shall receive an equity adjustment as follows:Accounting Technician I2.16%Accounting Technician II2.77%Accounting Technician III1.39%Chief Maintenance Worker1.25%Chief Parks & Grounds Worker4.52%Clerk/Senior Clerk2.59%Electrical Technician1.36%Engineering Technician II1.28%Groundskeeper1.58%Maintenance Worker1.25%Maintenance Worker, Senior1.25%Parks & Grounds Worker1.58%Parks & Grounds Worker, Senior4.15%Planning Technician2.51%Recreation Coordinator1.58%Recreation Supervisor I/II1.58%Secretary2.51%Water Treatment Plant Operator II0.64%Water Treatment Plant Operator III0.64%Effective the pay period inclusive of July 1, 2020, a general salary increase of three percent (3%).Effective the pay period inclusive of July 1, 2020, the following classifications shall receive an equity adjustment as follows:Accounting Technician I2.16%Accounting Technician II2.77%Accounting Technician III1.39%Chief Maintenance Worker1.25%Chief Parks & Grounds Worker4.52%Clerk/Senior Clerk2.59%Electrical Technician1.36%Engineering Technician II1.28%Groundskeeper1.58%Maintenance Worker1.25%Maintenance Worker, Senior1.25%Parks & Grounds Worker1.58%Parks & Grounds Worker, Senior4.15%Planning Technician2.51%Recreation Coordinator1.58%Recreation Supervisor I/II1.58%Secretary2.51%Water Treatment Plant Operator II0.64%Water Treatment Plant Operator III0.64%Effective the pay period inclusive of July 1, 2021, a general salary increase of three percent (3%).Sick Leave:12 days per year. Unlimited accumulation. Employees will be allowed to use full sick leave as family sick leave. An employee shall be paid one-half of the value of his/her accumulated sick leave upon retirement, layoff or death based upon his/her salary at the time of termination. At retirement, employee may choose to have 100% of unused sick leave reported to CalPERS as service credit or up to 50% cash out/remainder reported to CalPERS.Signing BonusEffective the first payroll period after ratification and approval by the City Council, employees hired on or before July 1, 2019, will receive a one-time, non-PERSable signing bonus of six hundred and ninety dollars ($690)Special Recognition Pay:Employees hired prior to the first pay period after ratification and approval by the City Council who have completed five (5) years with the City based on their original hire date as a regular employee will receive sixty dollars ($60) per month in Special Recognition Pay.Employees hired on or after the first pay period after ratification and approval by the City Council who have completed ten (10) years with the City based on their original hire date as a regular employee will receive an amount equal to sixty dollars ($60) per month in Special Recognition Pay.Standby:Paid $2.75 for each assigned hour. Water Treatment Plant Operators will receive $2.75 per hour for up to 8 hours of sleep time in their 24-hour shift. If while on stand by employee must leave home to report to work, employee will be paid minimum 2 hours at overtime rate.Employees who are required to be available for standby duty on the New Year's Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day holidays shall retain four (4) holiday hours in addition to standby pay. The holidays hours are to be taken at a later date within the same fiscal year earned and if not taken will be paid to the employee following the end of the current fiscal year.Tuition Reimbursement:Tuition reimbursement up to $1,500 per fiscal year.Uniform Allowance:City provided.Vacation:1-5 yrs = 10 days; 6-10 yrs = 15 days; 11-19 yrs = 20 days; 20+ yrs - 25 days. Maximum accumulation = 240 hours per year. Maximum accumulation increases to 300 hours after 20 years. Total payoff at separation.Employees with a maximum accrual of two-hundred forty (240) hours may sell back a maximum of twenty (20) hours per calendar year. Employees must maintain a minimum vacation accrual balance of two-hundred (200) hours after the twenty (20) hours have been sold back.Employees with a maximum accrual of three-hundred (300) hours may sell back a maximum of forty (40) hours per calendar year. Employees must maintain a minimum vacation accrual balance of two-hundred forty (240) hours after the forty (40) hours have been sold back.Eligible employees electing to cash out vacation hours may do so by completing the process implemented by Human Resources no later than December for the next calendar year. The decision by an employee to cash out vacation hours is irrevocable.Employees in this group should refer to the City Personnel Rules for further information on Employer/Employee relations, personnel practices, and terms and conditions of employment.City of West SacramentoLocal 39 Educational IncentivesGeneral Unit: General Unit members will receive:
      • 60 College Semester Units = $75/month OR
      • 90 College Semester Units = $120/monthIn addition, Local 39 members are eligible for the following certificate pays:PositionCertificate / IncentiveChief Facilities Maintenance Worker
        • Certificate of Completion of coursework in mechanical-electrical technology from an accredited college or university = 2.0%Chief Maintenance Worker
          • D-4 Water Distribution Certificate = 2.0%
          • Class A Commercial License = 5.0%
          • Spray Applicator or Pest Applicator Certificate = 0.5%Chief Treatment Plant Mechanic
            • D-2 Water Distribution Certificate = 1.0%
            • Class A Commercial License = 5.0%Electrical Technician
              • Certified General Electrician = 2.0%Equipment Mechanic I/II
                • ASE Certificate (any) = 0.5% (limit 1)
                • Equipment Mechanic II Class A Commercial License = 5.0%Facilities Maintenance Aide/Worker/Senior
                  • Certified Pool Operator or Aquatics Facilities Operator Certificate = 1.0%
                  • Certificate of Completion of coursework in mechanical-electrical technology from an accredited college or university = 2.0%Groundskeeper
                    • Spray Applicator or Pest Applicator Certificate = 0.5%
                    • Arborist Certificate = 1.25%Maintenance Worker/Senior
                      • Spray Applicator or Pest Applicator Certificate = 0.5%
                      • Grade II CWEA Collection System Maintenance Certification for the duration an employee is assigned to perform sewer collection duties = 1.0%
                      • D-1 Water Distribution Certificate = 0.5% OR
                      • D-2 Water Distribution Certificate = 1.0% OR
                      • D-3 Water Distribution Certificate = 1.5%
                      • Senior Maintenance Worker Class A Commercial License = 5.0%Parks & Grounds Worker/Senior
                        • Spray Applicator or Pest Applicator Certificate = 0.5%
                        • Arborist Certificate = 1.25%Recreation Coordinator
                          • CPRS Professional Certificate = 0.5%
                          • Certified Pool Operator or Aquatics Facilities Operator Certificate = 1.0%Recreation Supervisor I/II
                            • CPRS Professional Certificate = 0.5%
                            • Certified Pool Operator or Aquatics Facilities Operator Certificate = 1.0%Treatment Plant Mechanic I/II
                              • D-2 Water Distribution Certificate = 1.0%
                              • Treatment Plant Mechanic II Class A Commercial License = 5.0%Water Treatment Plant Apprentice
                                • T-2 Water Operator Certificate = 1.0%Water Treatment Plant Operator II
                                  • D-2 Water Distribution Certificate = 1.0%
                                  • T-3 Water Operator Certificate = 1.5% OR
                                  • T-4 Water Operator Certificate = 1.75%Water Treatment Plant Operator III
                                    • D-2 Water Distribution Certificate = 1.0%
                                    • T-4 Water Operator Certificate = 1.75% OR
                                    • T-5 Water Operator Certificate = 2.0%Water Treatment Plant Operator IV
                                      • T-5 Water Operator Certificate = 2.0%Water Treatment Plant Operator Apprentice - IV
                                        • Laboratory Analyst/Water Quality Analyst Certificate Grade I = 2.0%
                                        • Water Treatment Plant Operator Apprentice - IV shall be eligible to receive certificate incentives concurrently. The total number of employees who receive the Laboratory Analyst/Water Quality Analyst Certificate Grade I incentive is limited to one (1) employee at any given time.01 To be considered for the position, all candidates are to complete and submit the required supplemental questionnaire with their application and resume. Failure to submit the completed supplemental questionnaire and application and resume will disqualify you from further consideration in the selection process used to fill this position. Please be concise and limit your responses to no more than one-half (1/2) page per question. The answers to the questions below will be evaluated along with the information provided in your employment application. Therefore, your answers must be consistent with your employment application information (especially in the "education" and "work experience" sections), must be unambiguous, and must contain sufficient but concise detail and organization to facilitate the screening process. A resume will not be accepted in lieu of completing the supplemental questionnaire. Lack of clarity, incomplete or inconsistent information, and/or disorganized presentation will negatively affect your evaluation. Do you understand these directions?
                                        • Yes
                                        • No02 Please indicate if you have experience with the following equipment. (Check all that apply)
                                        • Backhoe
                                        • Boom Mower
                                        • Boom Truck
                                        • Dump Truck
                                        • Asphalt Rollers
                                        • Portable Asphalt Saw/Concrete Saw
                                        • Gas Powered Tamper
                                        • Front End Loaders
                                        • Sweeper
                                        • Paint Equipment
                                        • Paver
                                        • Jetter/vacuum truck
                                        • CCTV inspection equipment
                                        • Shovels, rakes, picks, sledges
                                        • Power tools, cut-off saws, grinders, chainsaws
                                        • Pavement breakers (60lb/90lb)
                                        • Forklifts
                                        • Pneumatic boring tools
                                        • Line locators
                                        • Loaders
                                        • Crane trucks
                                        • Leak Detectors
                                        • Tapping machines
                                        • None of the above03 Which of the following do you posses? (Check all that apply)
                                        • Commercial Driver's License
                                        • Tanker Endorsement for commercial license
                                        • Qualified Applicator Certificate
                                        • Grade 1 CWEA Collection System Maintenance Certification
                                        • Grade 2 CWEA Collection System Maintenance Certification
                                        • Grade 3 CWEA Collection System Maintenance Certification
                                        • Grade 1 water distribution operator certificate issued by the California Water Resources Control Board.
                                        • Grade 2 water distribution operator certificate issued by the California Water Resources Control Board.
                                        • Grade 3 water distribution operator certificate issued by the California Water Resources Control Board.
                                        • None of the above04 Please describe in detail your experience in construction and maintenance of road related facilities and infrastructure. (If no experience, type N/A) 05 Do you have any experience working with concrete (forming, pouring, or finishing)? If yes, please describe. (if no experience, type N/A)
                                        • Yes
                                        • No06 Describe any education, training, and experience you possess in the maintenance and repair of water distribution systems or related work. Within your answer, include your total years of experience and where you gained the experience. If you do not have any experience, mark N/A. 07 Describe any education, training, and experience you possess in the maintenance and repair of wastewater collection systems or related work. Within your answer, include your total years of experience and where you gained the experience. If you do not have any experience, mark N/A. 08 Any other coursework, training or experience you would like to add that directly relates to this position. (If none, type N/A) 09 I certify that all the statements made in this supplemental application are true, complete, and correct to the best of my knowledge and are made in good faith. I understand that any misrepresentation and/or falsification of my answers may result in my application being ineligible for this recruitment process.
                                        • Yes
                                        • NoRequired Question AgencyCity of West SacramentoAddress1110 West Capitol Ave 3rd Floor West Sacramento, California, 95691 Phone(916) 617-4567 Websitehttp://www.cityofwestsacramento.org Apply Please verify your email address Verify Email

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