THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN EMPLOYMENT WITH THE CITY OF BIG BEAR LAKE!
Current job vacancies will be listed below. We only accept applications if a vacancy exists, and recruitment is open.
To apply for an open position, download the application below. A completed City of Big Bear Lake Employment Application and any required supplemental materials must be submitted to the Human Resources Department by the deadline indicated on the job posting. For each position you apply for, a separate and complete application must be filed.
For additional information, please contact the Human Resources Department directly.
TEMPORARY ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK
$19.99/hour - $24.30/hour + benefits
Under general supervision, performs a variety of clerical and customer service duties including, but not limited to the following: assists the public at the counter by providing information, responding to questions, and providing and/or processing required forms, applications, or other City documents; answers, screens and routes incoming calls; provides routine cash transactions for the public; prepares check and reimbursement requests; sorts, logs, files, scans and maintains records and other documentation; performs data entry and database administration; prepares correspondence; conducts research and completes special projects; interprets and applies policies, procedures and work methods associated with assigned functions; performs other related duties as assigned.
CODE COMPLIANCE OFFICER I
$27.57/hour - $33.52/hour + benefits
Responsibilities include but are not limited to: perform residential vacation home rental inspections to ensure compliance with City regulations; enforce rules relating to vacation rentals; proactively monitor residential areas to identify and resolve public nuisance violations; receive complaints and determine existence and type of code violation; issue administrative citations and notices of violation; advise property owners or their representatives on City requirements and explain process needed to take corrective action for obtaining compliance; maintain accurate records and document related actions taken in the City’s database; appropriately implement, explain and apply codes and regulations to varying situations; effectively deal with non-cooperative people; make sound decisions within established guidelines; establish positive working relationships with representatives of community organizations, state/local agencies, City staff, and local business owners, community residents and tourists.
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DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICES
Annual Salary Range: $158,870 - $171,579 Based Upon Qualifications
The Director of Public Services is a management position responsible for a wide variety of professional duties that manage the activities of the City's Engineering, Public Works, and Sanitation Divisions. This position will serve as the City Engineer and will oversee all aspects of the City's capital improvement program; including project planning, budgeting, securing grant funding, design construction inspection, and overall project management. In addition, this position is responsible for the maintenance and operations of the City's infrastructure; including streets, parking lots, parks, trails, and facilities. The Public Works division also provides snow removal, street lighting maintenance, local community event support, and upkeep of City vehicles and equipment.