THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN EMPLOYMENT WITH THE CITY OF BIG BEAR LAKE!

Current job vacancies will be listed below. We only accept applications if a vacancy exists, and recruitment is open.

To apply for an open position, download the application below. A completed City of Big Bear Lake Employment Application and any required supplemental materials must be submitted to the Human Resources Department by the deadline indicated on the job posting. For each position you apply for, a separate and complete application must be filed.

For additional information, please contact the Human Resources Department directly.

EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

 
CITY MANAGER  
Annual Salary: $258,000 + benefits
 
The City of Big Bear Lake is looking for a visionary that can identify and address future opportunities, a resource for new ideas and creativity, a collaborator and facilitator for resolving complex management, interpersonal, and project related issues and a relationship builder for working with diverse communities, stakeholders and interest groups. To best accomplish the City's goals and objectives, the most suited candidate is described as an individual with a combination of excellent judgement; manahement skills and technical knowledge; resiliency, confidence and humility; communication expertise; emotional intelligence and political savvy; ethics and honesty.
 
Filing Deadline: June 24, 2022
 
 
 

PRINCIPAL PLANNER  
Annual Salary: $93,746 - $113,942 + benefits
Department: Community Development
 
A Principal Planner performs professional level work in this field of current and advance planning, with an emphasis on highly complex and challenging tasks and projects. This position is responsible for management of major planning projects, which may include contract administration, project budgeting and scheduling, facilitation of public input, negotiation of contracts and agreements, supervision of project staff, plan adoption and project implementation. The position also assists the Director of Community Development with budgeting, personnel and other administrative duties. The position may excecise formal and/or functional supervision over clerical, technical, and less experienced professional staff. This position reports to the Director of Community Development.
 
 

FACILITIES/PARKS MAINTENANCE WORKER  
Salary: $20.50/hr - $24.93/hr + benefits
Department: Public Services - Public Works
 
Under general supervision, performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled tasks involved in the cleaning, maintenance, limited construction, or repair of City buildings, facilities, landscapes, and parks. Responsible for the Civic Center, parks, Village landscapes, facility, and grounds cleaning, repair, construction, debris and graffiti removal, maintenance, and restroom upkeep. Assembles and repairs office furniture; sets up for meetings and special events; repairs irrigation systems and maintains related timers and equipment. Performs snow removal and traffic control duties as needed.