Rancho Bernardo Jobs

  • Substitute Teacher

    Teachers On Reserve - San Diego, CA

    And the award for Best Guest Teacher goes to... YOU. ...for the role of Substitute Teacher at Teachers On Reserve! Like guest stars on your favorite show, schools and students...

    from Teachers On Reserve - 7 hours ago
  • Driver - Team Truck Driver - Doubles - Class A CDL

    Schneider - San Diego, CA

    Team Truck Driver - Doubles - $10,000 Sign-On Bonus per Team - California - Arizona-140000003C Team truck drivers are among the highest compensated in Schneider’s fleet, with many...

    from Schneider - 12 hours ago
  • Bilingual Foreign Service Consular Adjudicator - Chinese Mandarin

    U.S. Department of State - San Diego, CA

    Job Title:Foreign Service Consular Adjudicator - Chinese Mandarin Department:Department Of State Agency:Department of State - Agency Wide Job Announcement...

    from U.S. Department of State - 11 hours ago
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Rancho Bernardo, California

Rancho Bernardo is a neighborhood of the city of San Diego, California, located in San Diego County. It is geographically located about 20 miles north-north-east of downtown San Diego, immediately north of Carmel Mountain Ranch, northwest of the city of Poway and south of Escondido. Rancho Bernardo, or popularly known as RB, was born in 1789 with a land grant from the king of Spain as La Cañada de San Bernardo . As the early name implies, the topography of RB consists of canyons and rolling hills. At the beginning of Rancho Bernardo's history, circa 1800, the population consisted of a volatile combination of indigenous Native Americans and ranchers. The early 1960s saw Rancho Bernardo's evolution into its present state and nomenclature when the Rancho Bernardo real estate obtained incorporation with the approval of the AVCO Community Developers. This was the beginning of Rancho Bernardo as it is known today.

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