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City of Compton is HIRING

(photo: file footage)

(photo: file footage)

The city of Compton has many openings that are either seasonal or permanent.

  • Pool Manager

    Compton, CA
    Seasonal – $18.38 – $21.50 hourly
    OPEN UNTIL FILLED The Pool Manager is responsible for staff supervision and facility operation; communicates closely with staff in the coordination of programs and operations; maintain a safe environment for pool patrons and ensures that departmental polices are followed.
  • Compton, CA
    Seasonal – $13.61 hourly
    OPEN UNTIL FILLED The Assistant Pool Manager is responsible for staff supervision and facility operation; communicates closely with staff in the coordination of programs and operations; maintains a safe environment for pool patron and ensures that departmental polices are followed.
  • Compton, CA
    Seasonal – $10.92 – $12.77 hourly
    OPEN UNTIL FILLED Instructs a variety of swimming classes; and performs related duties as required.
  • Compton, CA
    Full-Time – $43,860.00 – $51,324.00 annually
    HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT WILL BEGIN ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ON TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 2016 AT 3:00 P.M. THE FINAL CLOSING DATE IS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 2016 AT 5:00 P.M. OR UPON RECEIPT OF THE FIRST 100 APPLICATIONS – WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST.   Under general supervision, performs a variety of professional administrative functions supporting a department director and/or other senior management personnel; prepares correspondence; maintains departmental records and filing systems; conducts special projects; and performs other related duties.
  • Parking Control Officer
    Compton, CA
    Full-Time – $35,016.00 – $40,956.00 annually

    HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT WILL BEGIN ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ON TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 2016 AT 3:00 P.M. THE FINAL CLOSING DATE IS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 2016 AT 5:00 P.M. OR UPON RECEIPT OF THE FIRST 100 APPLICATIONS – WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST. Patrol assigned areas of the City, enforcing parking regulations and issuing citations; to assist in the removal of abandoned vehicles from City streets; to maintain a variety of records
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4 Responses so far.

  1. Mr Wright says:

    think about it when you open up the hiring process and except 100 apps what do you as a city government get from the federal government? but after your receive that you never hire to fill any positions. unless your best friends with the city manager and hire your best friends 21 years old son and he never took a test and had a oral interview with you. not a panel like others did. then you want to hire a code enforcement manager your is the father of that young man hummm. the father was a school police officer whom supposedly left after controversy. per say.

  2. Teresa says:

    That’s great.

  3. Charon Johnson says:

    Yes! Way to go Compton. Good job!

  4. Robert Ray says:

    I thought Compton was experiencing a “fiscal emergency”. I guess they have money if they plan to increase the city payroll.


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