Jennifer Enos has been promoted to head strength and conditioning coach at Arden Hills Resort & Country Club.
Kittelson & Associates Inc., a Sacramento firm that provides transportation planning, engineering and research services to government agencies, municipalities and private organizations, has hired the following: Sean Houck, principal engineer; Chirag Safi, engineer; Matthew Braughton, transportation analyst: and Darryl De-Pencier, planner.
Woodland Healthcare has hired the following: Corinee Case, physician assistant, family medical practice in Davis; Dr. Cristian Dinescu, internal medicine, Woodland; and Dr. David Kollhoff, urologist, Woodland Surgery Center.
First Bank has promoted Glenn Taijeron to customer service supervisor at its Sacramento branch, and Jimmy Nguyen to financial services representative at its Rancho Cordova branch.
Lanford Tobe has been named senior vice president of Johnson Capital, a real estate capital advisory firm, and opened a Sacramento office.
Evan Smith has been hired as vice president of food and beverage at Red Hawk Casino in Placerville.
Kaiser Permanente has named Erin Cabelera as pharmacy director for the south Sacramento area.
William Mooney has been promoted to president of Synergex International Corp. in Gold River.
Tri Counties Bank has hired Michael Cartoscelli as senior project manager at its Yuba City office.
Margeaux Esler has been promoted to account manager with Randle Communications.
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