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Stanislaus County is currently hiring an Administrative Clerk II. The Administrative Clerk II performs a variety of tasks, including typing and clerical tasks. The position is “journey level class,” which allows more independence that the Administrative Clerk I position. The position requires knowledge of departmental policies and procedures relative to the office operations.
Blue Diamond Growers has opened eight full-time positions at its Turlock almond processing facility, and is currently accepting applications. Blue Diamond Growers is looking to fill eight Operator Technician positions, which are full-time and benefited positions. The positions are paid hourly, with pay around $19.50 per hour. The Stanislaus Economic Development & Workforce Alliance reports that the open positions are for the graveyard and swing shifts.
The owners of Turlock’s Las Casuelas, Karina and Guillermo Ramirez, are gearing up to open Memo’s Cocina, an upscale Mexican restaurant in Downtown Turlock. “Memo’s wants to bring more of an upscale city feel to the valley and incorporate locally-grown produce from the Turlock Farmers Market in our hand-crafted cocktails and entrees,” said Ramirez.
For the first time in years, the City of Turlock is now accepting applications for Police Officer Trainees. The program will hire new officers as recruits and pay to send them through the six-month police academy.Turlock Police Department abandoned the process of hiring untrained recruits years ago, but due to the large number of vacancies, it will resume. Turlock Police Department currently has six vacancies. In recent years, officers were required to have completed the police academy before the City of Turlock would hire them. The change in policy comes following an April 8 vote of the Turlock City Council.
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The Stanislaus County Fair will host a job fair this month to fill hundreds of openings for the upcoming fair season. The job fair will take place from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. April 24 in Building E-2 at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds. Department supervisors will be on-site accepting applications for available positions at the 2014 Stanislaus County Fair. “We are looking for the best possible staff to work at this year’s Fair,” said Chris Borovansky, CEO of the Stanislaus County Fair. “The Stanislaus County Fair is supported by its diverse community, and we want to show that job opportunities exist right here in Turlock.”
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