City of Inglewood

The City of Inglewood is nestled in Southern California's South Bay, just 8 miles southwest of downtown Los Angeles.

The 9-square mile city has a population of 120,000, and is located near the LAX airport, Harbor and major freeways. Inglewood is home to the Forum, two major hospitals and many beautiful park facilities. Soon to be home of the Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Chargers and 2021 SuperBowl. 

The City employs over 525 full-time staff to include a full service Police Department. The City Council is comprised of an elected Mayor and 4 Councilmembers. The City's annual operating budget is in excess of $200 million.

 

2 job(s) at City of Inglewood

City of Inglewood Inglewood, CA, USA
Dec 06, 2019
Full Time
TASKS: Reviews, resolutions, ordinances and other legal documents for thoroughness, accuracy, formatting, compliance, spelling, grammar, and readability; Compiles, maintains, and prepares a wide variety of reports, attends board and commission meetings, and records and transcribes minutes; Formats and prints final documents, distribute, organizes and maintains various administrative, reference, and follow-up files; Inputs, retrieve and reference various computer data management systems; Provides information which may require elaborate interpretation of City policies and procedures to visitors and staff; Arrange for follow-up on the routine inquiries from the public or staff and refers or assists in resolution of problems; Collects and enters employee timesheets; checks account number charges and time-off requests; Schedules requests for leave and vacations, maintains department master calendar, sets appointments, and meetings; Creates centralized file management systems for departmental records, contracts, project files, and other department related documents.
CITY OF INGLEWOOD Inglewood, CA, USA
Nov 04, 2019
Full Time
Gathers, tracks, reports and maintains transportation records for documentation purposes; Trains staff and assess vehicle safety rules and regulations to ensure compliance with the Department of Transportation Drug and Alcohol Training policies and regulations; Initiates investigations to verify and respond to patron’s client inquiries and complaints; Collaborates with grant administrators and officers such as the DOT to ensure policies, procedure, and objectives are implemented effectively to ensure time-sensitive funding; Monitors and manages the section’s budget and employs problem-solving skills as necessary on day-to-day program-related needs; Attends local transit meetings, City management meetings;