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Employment Opportunities
Employment Applications can be picked up at City Hall or downloaded HERE. To submit your completed application and any supporting documents to the Personnel Department: 
  • Hand deliver or mail to City Hall, 621 11th St., Fortuna, CA 95540
  • Email Siana Emmons at  


City Manager
Full-Time

$115,000 to $133,300

Under the administrative direction of the City Council, The City Manager is responsible for the efficient and effective implementation of Council goals and policies; maintains effective relations with and is responsive to the City Council; serves as the Chief Administrative Officer of the City, provides leadership, direction and oversight to management-level personnel within the organization; serves as liaison between the City staff and the City Council; and manages the day-to-day operations of the City. 

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Police Dispatcher
Full-Time

$38,681 to $47,061 per year (Incentives Available) 

Under general supervision of the Police Dispatch Supervisor and on-duty Watch Commander, Dispatchers receive on-the-job police training for the principal duty of dispatching calls from the public for emergency and non-emergency services; assists with clerical duties within the Police Department and performs other related duties as assigned. Police Dispatcher is a full-time entry level position, responsible for dispatching emergency and non-emergency calls, and assisting with various support activities for the police department, and requires knowledge of codes, law enforcement, and dispatching policies and procedures, in addition to standard office support skills. Job assignments are often performed with minimal guidance and supervision with the expectations that incumbents have the ability to choose among alternatives in completing tasks. Work is typically performed in a general office setting and requires sitting for extended periods of time.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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Utility Worker II
Full-Time

$30,367.66 - $36,946.90 per year (Incentives Available)

Under the direct supervision of the Lead Utility Worker and general supervision of the Utilities Superintendent and/or Public Works Director, to inspect, clean, maintain, replace and repair the City's water distribution and sewer collection systems; to read meters; to clean, test, and rebuild meters; to operate, inspect and perform routine maintenance and repair of water and sewer pump stations; to perform maintenance work at the City's wastewater treatment plant facilities as needed; to perform underground construction work; and to do related work as required.

Utility Worker II is the full-time, entry level skill position in the Utility Worker class series with responsibility for a wide variety of water distribution and sewer collection maintenance, repair, and construction assignments with general supervision.  Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Lead Utility Worker, and some job assignments may be performed with minimal guidance and supervision with the expectation that incumbents have the ability to choose among alternatives in completing tasks.  Work is typically performed outdoors, and may include work in inclement weather, work in a cold and wet environment, and work in confined spaces.  Work assignments may include heavy physical labor and manual labor.

Application packets will be accepted until Friday, July 20, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

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Conference Center Worker
Part-Time

$12.00 to $14.59 per hour

Under the the general supervision of the Conference Center Manager, and/or Conference Center Supervisor, to provide a variety of support work for the events and for guests of the Riverlodge Conference Center and Monday Club; and to do related work as required. 

The Conference Center Worker is a regular or on-call, part-time position with responsibility for a variety of tasks related to the Conference Center and Monday Club.  Job assignments are sometimes performed with minimal guidance and supervision with the expectations that incumbents have the ability to choose among alternatives in completing tasks.  Work is performed under the general supervision of the Conference Center Manager or Conference Center Coordinator, with some latitude granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  Work is typically performed in a general office and meeting room environment.  Some work is performed in a commercial kitchen.  Work involves moderate to heavy physical labor in setting up and taking down tables and chairs and performing maintenance tasks.  Position will require work on a flexible schedule which will include nights and weekends.

Application packets will be accepted until Friday, July 20, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

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