Listed below are current employment opportunities with the City of Big Bear Lake.

To apply for an open position, download the application. 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 e-mail the Human Resources Department or call (909) 866-5831.


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(Annual Salary Range $130,270 - $ 158,870)

The Director of Planning & Inspections is a management level position responsible for a wide variety of professional duties related to long-term planning, development plan review, permit issuance and building inspection functions, ensuring they are performed in accordance with all applicable Federal/State laws, the General Plan, City Policies, accepted planning and safe construction practices, and building code compliance regulations. Also, this position will ensure the City's Development Code, Housing Element, and other community development and building-related ordinances and policies are updated to reflect the general plan, changes to Federal/State laws, and community values as directed by the City Council and Planning Commission. In addition, the successful candidate will be the Primary City representative responsible for all Planning Commission related activities. Overall, this Director will be accountable for working with the City's residents, business owners, contractors, developers and community stakeholders to promote effective customer service within the Planning & Inspections department and ensure applications, permits and inspections are processed and completed in a professional, timely and responsible manner.


(Annual Salary Range $130,270 - $158,870)

The Director of Tourism Management is a management level position responsible for a wide variety of professional duties that develop strategies, programs, and policies to promote responsible tourism, effectively manage the impacts of tourism on the community, and stimulate economic development through tourism. On behalf of the City, this position will collaborate with local organizations such as; Visit Big Bear, The Big Bear Lake Tourism Improvement District (TBID) Board, and the Big Bear Chamber of Commerce and will serve as the staff liaison to event organizers and other governmental partners. In addition, the successful candidate will administer the City's Transient Private Home Rental (TPHR) program, coordinate any related TPHR/citywide code compliance issues, and will oversee the City's Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) and TBID registration, permitting and remittance process. Overall, this position will continually work to promote tourism while responsibly managing community impacts resulting from the City's thriving tourism-based economy.






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