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Energy Coordinator - Special Projects

Sacramento Municipal Sacramento, CA

2) Prioritizes projects and directs resources and integration of processes of business segments which support the Grid Planning & Operations… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Enterprise Tech Infrastructure Specialist (Journey) – new

Sacramento Municipal Sacramento, CA

Provide support and collaborate on firewall design and implementations. Collaborate and build relationships with Project Management Teams, Design and… Glassdoor

21 days ago

Network Administrator (Physical/Infrastructure)

Sacramento Municipal Sacramento, CA

• Provide 24-hour on-call support. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Project Manager II (*Revised)

Sacramento Municipal Sacramento, CA

s and justifications for department review. Coordinates project planning with other staff through meetings and shared written and oral reporting and… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Principal Distribution System Engineer REPOST

Sacramento Municipal Sacramento, CA

4. Responsible for the condition assessment of SMUD’s distribution and transmission systems through monitoring system performance and equipment… Glassdoor

6 days ago

GIS Data Technician

Sacramento Municipal Sacramento, CA

9) Enters new map data through use of a digitizer or by direct input of coordinate information using the principles of cartography including… Glassdoor

Sacramento Municipal Reviews

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    I worked at Sacramento Municipal full-time for more than 3 years


    Lots of talented people, dedicated and passionate employees. Good work / life balance, benefits and compensation are highly competitive for the Sacramento area.


    Just as many mediocre and disengaged employees, lots of politics. Lack inspiring, disciplined and compelling leadership. Executive leadership is insulated from the negative realities and make decisions based on filters facts.

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    For those with the vision at the executive level... You have what it takes, just roll up your sleeves and don't be afraid to get the ranks in line, talk to the front line employees, and get the raw facts. For those who are 'managers' and not leaders, let those who lead take the company into the 21st century.

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