Warriors fans help raise $22k, CVS Health looking for registered nurses in Alameda County

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Warriors fans help raise more than $22k and provide more than 45k meals

Golden State Warriors fans, in conjunction with the Alameda County Community Food Bank, helped raise $22,595 and more than 45,000 meals last week across Alameda County. Interested parties can still donate at this link.

Calling all registered nurses!

CVS Health is looking to fill a Home Infusion RN position in Alameda County. The position comes with a $4,000 signing bonus. According to the post, the full-time position will require traveling across the county and a flexible schedule. Interested applicants must be a registered nurse in the state of their employment and have a minimum of one year of nursing experience, I-V experience is a plus. For additional details, click here.

Contra Costa County celebrates educators!

The Contra Costa County Office of Education is commending its teachers and staff in honor of American Education Week.

Contra Costa County looking for Network Managers

The Contra Costa County Public Works Department is looking to fill a Network Manager position. According to the post, the permanent full-time position starts with a pay of $105,017 and includes extensive health benefits. Interested applicants should have a bachelor's degree in computer science or a similar field and at least four years of experience in designing, maintaining and supervising LAN and WAN networks.

Above are some of the most interesting and relevant municipal, legal and health-related updates in the two major East Bay counties.

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