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- Employment Opportunities
You must submit an application, resume, and any related license and certification copies by the final filing deadline
If you are interested in applying for a position, you must complete a City application and cover letter online. Inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A job-related comprehensive application evaluation will first consist of a review of applications. A resume does not substitute for a completed application. A screening committee will be convened to review the application materials of the most suitably qualified applicants.
The committee will select the best qualified applicants to continue on in the selection process which may include a written and/or performance exam and/or an oral interview panel. Faxes or resumes alone will not be accepted in lieu of an original and official City of Marina application.
Possession of the minimum qualifications does not guarantee advancement in the selection process or placement on the eligible list. Prior to an employment offer being made, a thorough reference check will be done. At the time employment is offered, applicants are required to successfully pass a medical examination and must be able to furnish proof of legal right to work within the United States.
Come and join the exciting City of Marina and help support our vision. With approximately 100 full-time employees and an ever-growing City, this is an exciting time for the City of Marina.
We are a full-service City consisting of many Departments and Divisions. Find the right one for you and enjoy the City of Marina's full-time benefits and competitive salaries.
Come join the Marina Fire Department where we are dedicated to protecting the lives and property of the residents, visitors, and businesses in our diverse community through public education, prevention, and all-risk emergency response.
Our Fire Department will provide innovative, sustained high-quality public service through employees using their maximum capabilities. We continue to respond to the challenging needs of the public and our ever-growing community.
The newly established Marina Police Department is poised to grow with the City. Join an agency that is:
Marina Police Officers enjoy one of the most competitive salaries and benefit packages in Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito counties.
The City of Marina fills temporary positions on an as-needed basis. Temporary positions are typically without benefits and are usually limited in duration. These positions are seasonal and are not to exceed more than 960 hours in any fiscal year (July 1- June 30).
Temporary personnel have no legal rights to employment and can be released from employment for any reason.