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The mission of the Mayor's Office of Housing (MOH) is to make Boston a more equitable and inclusive city where all residents can thrive. MOH oversees programs that create and preserve affordable housing, support homeowners and renters, provide housing and services to homeless individuals and families, and develop city-owned property. MOH seeks to carry out its mission through a lens of promoting diversity, equity and inclusion and addressing the effects of systemic racism in our city.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job): Under the direct supervision of the Senior Housing Development Officer in the Neighborhood Housing Development division, the Housing Development Officer is responsible for all appropriate project and program management activities for assigned housing development projects and initiatives.
Requisition ID
2024-26791
Dept.
Office of Housing
Salary Range Minimum
65,106.05
Salary Range Maximum
95,042.63
Location
CITY OF BOSTON: DEPT OF NEIGH DEV (DND)
Post End Date
9/19/2024
The Equity and Inclusion (E&I) Cabinet of the City of Boston is seeking a creative, self-driven, equity and inclusion-enthusiast who wants to make a positive impact on Boston’s diverse communities as a Program Administrator. The Program Administrator will be responsible for the direct operations of the Equity and Inclusion Coordination Network (“E&I Network”) and the Equity and Inclusion Academy Program (“E&I Academy”), two intentional and results-driven initiatives of the E&I Cabinet to improve social determinants of health for the historically excluded communities represented in our cabinet.   The E&I Network will be the internal infrastructure responsible for embedding equity and inclusion standards throughout the City of Boston. Each E&I Network member will be an employee on the core team of a cabinet or cabinet-level agency in the City of Boston whose full-time role will be to work to achieve equity and inclusion in their own cabinet or agency’s policies, programs, and practices by operationalizing equity and inclusion processes and goals in a manner tailored to their respective cabinet or agency. E&I Network members will be in frequent communication with each other and the E&I Cabinet staff. The Program Administrator will create and sustain the infrastructure of the E&I Network under the direct supervision of the E&I Director of Policy and Research.    The E&I Academy is a transformative series of meticulously crafted learning experiences designed by the Equity and Inclusion Cabinet for City employees.The goals are to build trust across lines of difference, foster our sense of belonging, and equip participants with appropriate tools to better serve our City’s diverse populations. The Program Administrator will build upon the learnings of the pilot of the E&I Academy to establish and maintain the E&I Academy as a permanent program under the direct supervision of the E&I Chief of Staff.   Learn about the Equity & Inclusion Cabinet at boston.gov/equity. 
Requisition ID
2024-26789
Dept.
Office of Equity
Salary Range Minimum
79,127.36
Salary Range Maximum
114,171.42
Location
Boston City Hall
Post End Date
9/20/2024
Brief job description (essential functions of the job):   Includes library assistants working in the branch libraries whose duties involve the following: greeting and directing patrons, registration of borrowers, charging and discharging of books and other materials, maintaining the book and other materials collections, maintaining/troubleshooting equipment, typing/word processing and filing.
Requisition ID
2024-26780
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
35,823.38
Salary Range Maximum
47,457.80
Location
BPL: CODMAN SQUARE BRANCH
Post End Date
8/5/2024
Brief job description (essential functions of the job):   Includes library assistants working in the branch libraries whose duties involve the following: greeting and directing patrons, registration of borrowers, charging and discharging books and other materials, maintaining the book and other materials collections, maintaining/troubleshooting equipment, typing/word processing, and filing.
Requisition ID
2024-26779
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
35,823.38
Salary Range Maximum
47,457.80
Location
BPL: LOWER MILLS BRANCH
Post End Date
8/2/2024
Under the direction of the Deputy Chief of People Operations, the Project Manager will coordinate people and processes to ensure that key projects for the People Operations Cabinet are delivered on time, accurately, and produce the desired results. This project manager will design, launch, and implement key initiatives to improve the employee experience across our entire workforce, and make the City of Boston a more equitable, supportive, and competitive employer. The project manager will also support the Deputy Chief on all ongoing initiatives and operations as needed.  Projects might range from implementing citiwide programs, to rolling out human-centered workforce policies, to updating internal processes and policies to make them more equitable, efficient, and clear. Essential work activities will include: project planning and reporting, communications, task management, administration, and other activities related to the design and rollout of new employee-facing programs for the City of Boston.
Requisition ID
2024-26776
Dept.
ASD Human Resources
Salary Range Minimum
79,127.36
Salary Range Maximum
114,171.42
Location
Boston City Hall
Post End Date
9/19/2024
Responsible for managing the Creative Aging Program (CAP) projects, including, meeting/event planning and execution, partnership management, training coordination, and management of project progression, reporting and evaluation. The Creative Aging Program Manager position reports to the Director of Events and Programs. 
Requisition ID
2024-26773
Dept.
Age Strong
Salary Range Minimum
71,917.88
Salary Range Maximum
104,504.40
Location
Comm Elderly Affairs
Post End Date
9/18/2024
Position Overview: The Curator of Modern Books and Manuscripts is responsible for stewarding, developing, and promoting the use of collections in the Boston Public Library’s Rare Books and Manuscripts Department that date from approximately 1800 through the present day. Typical duties include researching and interpreting existing collections; working with colleagues to facilitate processing, description, and preservation of collection materials; participating in reference, instruction, and outreach efforts; and evaluating and recommending potential acquisitions that support the library’s collecting strategy and mission.   Reports to: Manager of Rare Books & Manuscripts   Supervises: Staff as assigned
Requisition ID
2024-26768
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
69,941.04
Salary Range Maximum
91,224.85
Location
Special Collections
Post End Date
7/22/2024
Position Overview Under direction of the Curator of the Kirstein Business Library & Innovation Center or delegate, responsible for carrying out the Library’s programs of service to the public with emphasis on advanced and specialized reference work, and to perform professional work requiring substantial application of professional knowledge and experience in the area of career and workforce development.   Reports to Curator of the Kirstein Business Library & Innovation Center (P4) or other ranking staff member.   Supervises As assigned, professional and support staff.
Requisition ID
2024-26767
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
63,508.52
Salary Range Maximum
82,826.30
Location
BPL Kirstein Business Branch
Post End Date
9/5/2024
This is a temporary, two-year position.  TNC Grant-funded.   The Boston Transportation Department (BTD) is seeking a Diversion Coordinator/Transit Operations Planner to develop and oversee programs to manage major transportation diversions and support transit operations planning.   The Diversion Coordinator/Transit Operations Planner will support the City of Boston's public transportation system by managing the response to planned and emergency MBTA subway diversions. This role will work closely with the MBTA to plan and execute subway diversions, track work, and other operational changes to ensure minimal disruption to riders. This role will also work on transit operations issues that impact the City's transit network and support innovative solutions to day-to-day operations issues.   Reporting to the Director of Planning, Streets Cabinet, or designee, the Diversion Coordinator/Transit Operations Planner is part of the Streets Cabinet Transit Team and works with city staff, partner agencies, key stakeholders, and members of the public to create and implement innovative approaches to manage the changing transportation landscape.
Requisition ID
2024-26765
Dept.
Traffic Division
Salary Range Minimum
63,517.01
Salary Range Maximum
95,115.57
Location
Btd Policy&Planning
Post End Date
8/6/2024
This is a provisional appointment. Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job): Under direction, performs work of moderate difficulty assisting the Director of Human Resources, Office of Streets with a wide variety of administrative functions.
Requisition ID
2024-26764
Dept.
Office of Streets
Salary Range Minimum
46,742.63
Salary Range Maximum
65,084.49
Location
Pwd Central Off. Admin.Rm714
Post End Date
4/21/2024
The City of Boston is committed to continuously improving the way it procures both goods and services in order to improve the experience for both staff and bidders, with a goal of increasing the diversity of our supplier base and leveraging procurement as a tool to serve the City’s operational needs and policy goals.    Under the direction of the Purchasing Agent, the Project Manager will coordinate people, policies and processes to ensure that key projects for the Procurement Department are delivered on time, accurately, and produce the desired results. The project manager will design, launch, support and implement key initiatives to improve the procurement experience across the City, including, but not limited to, updating the environmental purchasing policy, improving the supplier portal improvement, increasing engagement with individual procurements, ensuring consistent communications across business units/mediums and other new Procurement-related initiatives.   Essential work activities will include: project planning and reporting, communications, task management, administration and other activities.
Requisition ID
2024-26763
Dept.
Procurement
Salary Range Minimum
79,127.36
Salary Range Maximum
114,171.42
Location
ASD-Purchasing
Post End Date
9/18/2024
Design, monitor, and supervise athletic/recreational programs.
Requisition ID
2024-26761
Dept.
Boston Cntr - Youth & Families
Salary Range Minimum
41,672.79
Salary Range Maximum
55,978.03
Location
BCC003 - Central Office
Post End Date
9/19/2024
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under direction of the Commissioner or his/her designee, performs work of moderate difficulty involving supervision and assisting subordinates personnel engaged in the maintenance and repair of a variety of automotive vehicles such as pickup trucks, packers, trailers, earth moving diesel equipment, machining of metal parts, assembly, installation and repair of various machines; ensures preventative maintenance programs are adhered to; assists in the more complex repairs; maintains time and attendance records, requisitions parts and supplies; performs mechanical work and related work as required.
Requisition ID
2024-26758
Dept.
Parks Department
Salary Range Minimum
59,013.29
Salary Range Maximum
82,220.70
Location
Parks Franklin Park
Post End Date
9/19/2024
Under the supervision of the Human Resource Director and working in conjunction with the Director of Training, the Community Outreach Coordinator will in recruit, train, screen, and assign Poll Workers for their Election Day assignment.
Requisition ID
2024-26757
Dept.
Election Division
Salary Range Minimum
55,064.79
Salary Range Maximum
76,627.45
Location
Election
Post End Date
7/30/2024
The Office of Returning Citizens (ORC) is an office within the Mayor’s Office of Human Services that is dedicated to supporting the 3,000 individuals who return to Boston after being released from state, federal and county facilities each year, as well as others who were previously incarcerated. This office aims to empower people reintegrating into their communities after incarceration to reach full potential as individuals, family members and residents of Boston. The mission of the ORC is to help returning citizens recover from the trauma of incarceration, reclaim their dignity and purpose, and rebuild their lives through positive choices, incentives, and opportunities. We believe that with supportive services and resources, returning citizens can successfully return to safe, stable and fulfilling lives. The ORC aims to empower our clients to break the cycle of recidivism, through hands-on case management and an extensive provider referral network.   We are seeking an individual for the position of Director of Policy and Strategic Initiatives to assist with providing services to individuals reentering the community. Under the direction of the Director, the Director of Policy and Strategic Initiatives will help to break down systemic barriers that limit returning citizens from reaching their full potential.
Requisition ID
2024-26756
Dept.
Human Services
Salary Range Minimum
71,917.88
Salary Range Maximum
104,504.40
Location
BCC003 - Central Office
Post End Date
9/19/2024
Brief job description:   The Transition Integration Advocate coordinates visits to institutions, provides potential participants with unbiased information regarding available home and community based services, participate in discharge planning, and coordinates with other relevant agencies involved in the discharge and transition care of the veteran and family members.
Requisition ID
2024-26750
Dept.
Veterans' Services
Salary Range Minimum
64,296.91
Salary Range Maximum
89,523.43
Location
Veteran'S Services
Post End Date
9/13/2024
This is a provisional appointment. Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job): The Streets Cabinet Public Works Department and Boston Transportation Departments touch the lives of every resident in a multitude of ways. Helping residents understand the work and the workers of Public Works and BTD allows us to build a stronger relationship with our constituents and opens up new channels for their feedback on our work.   Under the direction of the Director of Communications, the Public Information Officer (PIO) ensures critical PublicWorks and Transportation Department information is publicly disseminated through new and traditional media, and is increasingly available in multiple languages so that it can be accessed by all constituents. The Public Information Officer will also be the Public Works and/or BTD’s spokesperson as needed.   The PIO leads the effort to tell the story of Public Works and Boston Transportation, identifying and implementing an outreach strategy for the Department.
Requisition ID
2024-26749
Dept.
Office of Streets
Salary Range Minimum
84,148.40
Salary Range Maximum
122,687.95
Location
Pwd Central Off. Admin.Rm714
Post End Date
4/20/2024
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of this job):   Under general supervision, independently performs analysis of financial controls and business process for revenue, expenditure and payroll functions.
Requisition ID
2024-26737
Dept.
Auditing Department
Salary Range Minimum
63,517.01
Salary Range Maximum
95,115.57
Location
Auditing Department
Post End Date
9/19/2024
The Boston Retirement Board has a diversified investment portfolio of approximately $8.5B; all funds are invested with outside investment managers. The System provides retirement benefits and services to over 15k retired members and 21k active members. The Finance and Accounting Unit provides several important functions for the Board related to procurement, retired members payroll, indemnifications for disabled members as well as keeper of the records for all finance transactions.   Brief Job Description:   Under the supervision of the Chief Financial Officer, the Finance Administrative Assistant, as a member of our finance team, will be responsible for collecting and reconciling financial data. Prepare and input entries into the financial software. Assist with processing and updating benefit payments as well as provide support in maintaining invoices for the procurement and contracting of goods and services.
Requisition ID
2024-26734
Dept.
Boston Retirement System
Salary Range Minimum
55,064.79
Salary Range Maximum
76,627.45
Location
Ret Retirement Board
Post End Date
9/19/2024
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under the general supervision of a Senior Administrative Analyst, the Administrative Analyst/Supervisor of Accounts Payable will work as part of a team to manage accounts payable processes for the City. This Supervisor will focus on contract management and support the other Supervisors in their respective areas of specialization.
Requisition ID
2024-26731
Dept.
Auditing Department
Salary Range Minimum
51,929.59
Salary Range Maximum
79,447.86
Location
Auditing Department
Post End Date
9/19/2024