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This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Overview/Description:   The Department of Innovation and Technology is looking for an Application Administratorto join the Enterprise Applications team. The Enterprise Applications team supports many of the technology platforms (Permitting, Revenue Management, ERP, etc.) which power the delivery of City services.   This is an opportunity for an experienced individual to ensure high-quality service delivery of enterprise platforms, including a strong commitment to highly-available technology that meets the needs of our business stakeholders and the public.   The Application Administrator will be the subject matter expert in implementing, supporting, maintaining, configuring,  and administering applications and will provide outstanding customer service and communication to diverse stakeholders. The administrator is expected to stay current on application lifecycle and will make recommendations around the City’s technology roadmap. The administrator is also expected to work with business stakeholders to identify and implement improvements, provide Tier 2 support, and provide end-user training support.
Requisition ID
2022-22458
Dept.
Dpt of Innovation & Technology
Salary Range Minimum
75,574.17
Salary Range Maximum
111,989.11
Location
ASD-Mgmt Information Systems
Post End Date
9/10/2022
The Department of Innovation and Technology seeks an Analyst to join the Citywide Analytics Team.   The Citywide Analytics Team’s mission is to use data to improve quality of life and to enhance government operations in the City of Boston. By combining modern data analysis and visualizations with a deeply engaged approach to performance improvement and change management, the team works with departments across the City to solve challenging problems, build a more effective government, and deliver better outcomes for people who live and work in Boston. You can learn more about our team, check out our “Year In Review” reports, and see examples of our projects at http://boston.gov/analytics.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under the direction and guidance of the Analytics Team leadership, the Analyst will be an essential member of the Citywide Analytics Team. The Analyst's work will directly contribute to operational and technical improvements throughout the City of Boston.
Requisition ID
2022-22457
Dept.
Dpt of Innovation & Technology
Salary Range Minimum
62,271.58
Salary Range Maximum
93,250.56
Location
ASD-Mgmt Information Systems
Post End Date
10/8/2022
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under general supervision, engages in code enforcement and community education for the Rodent Control Program.
Requisition ID
2022-22456
Dept.
Inspectional Services Dept
Salary Range Minimum
56,241.15
Salary Range Maximum
78,548.00
Location
Isd Weights&Measurers
Post End Date
9/10/2022
INDIVIDUALS WISHING TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION MUST COMPLETE THE CIVIL SERVICE LABOR SERVICE REGISTRATION PROCESS FOR THE POSITION AT http://www.mass.gov/hrd/macs IN ADDITION TO COMPLETING THE CITY OF BOSTON CAREER CENTER APPLICATION.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job)   Under immediate supervision, performs work of routine difficulty digging graves and maintaining grounds in the City's cemeteries and does related work as required.
Requisition ID
2022-22451
Dept.
Cemetery Division
Salary Range Minimum
37,994.33
Salary Range Maximum
49,059.27
Location
Parks Mt Hope Admin Bldg
Post End Date
10/8/2022
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   This is a newly restructured position in the Mayor’s Office of Human Services (HS). The Finance & Operations Manager is responsible for the coordination of office operations, financial processes, and organizational resources to facilitate effectiveness and efficiency. The primary goal of this role is to ensure the day to day activities and financial operations of HS run smoothly and in a timely manner. The ideal candidate will be experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and systems related tasks and will be able to work independently with little or no supervision. This person must be highly organized, flexible, and enjoy the challenges of a fast-paced environment.   Duties are performed under the general direction of the Cabinet Chief, reporting directly to the HS Deputy Chief. This job description covers the main tasks and conveys the spirit of the sort of tasks that are anticipated proactively from staff. Other tasks may be assigned as necessary according to departmental needs.  
Requisition ID
2022-22443
Dept.
Health & Human Servs
Salary Range Minimum
63,478.40
Salary Range Maximum
87,728.16
Location
BCC-Central Office
Under the Direction of the Workers’ Compensation Agent, Vendor Payroll Manager and Workers’ Compensation Payroll Manager, assist the Workers’ Compensation Payroll Manager and Vendor Payment Manager with payroll functions and the processing of medical and non-medical invoices related to the City’s Self-Insured Workers’ Compensation Service.
Requisition ID
2022-22440
Dept.
ASD Human Resources
Salary Range Minimum
56,175.00
Salary Range Maximum
85,570.72
Location
ASD-Workers Compensation.
Post End Date
10/8/2022
This is a provisional appointment.   BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION (essential functions of the job):   Reporting to the unit manager or assigned supervisor of higher grade, collects property data relating to commercial, residential real estate and persoanl property valuation, enters and manages data in a CAMA (computer assisted mass appraisal) system and related systems.   
Requisition ID
2022-22438
Dept.
Assessing Department
Salary Range Minimum
44,446.97
Salary Range Maximum
62,076.60
Location
Assessing
Post End Date
9/10/2022
This is a provisional appointment.   BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTION (essential functions of the job):   Reports to the designated manager, reviews work, provides direction and training to assessing staff.    
Requisition ID
2022-22437
Dept.
Assessing Department
Salary Range Minimum
65,794.77
Salary Range Maximum
91,888.05
Location
Assessing
Post End Date
9/10/2022
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under the general direction of the Director of Animal Control, removes any dog or other animal that is injured, maimed, or diseased.
Requisition ID
2022-22426
Dept.
Parks Department
Salary Range Minimum
46,225.45
Salary Range Maximum
64,558.85
Location
Parks Department
Post End Date
9/3/2022
Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Reporting to the Unit Manager or other assigned supervisor, performs clerical, information, data management and other office functions requiring a high degree of judgment and adherence to specific regulations and procedures.   
Requisition ID
2022-22413
Dept.
Assessing Department
Salary Range Minimum
45,056.21
Salary Range Maximum
62,852.24
Location
Assessing
Post End Date
9/10/2022
Brief Job Descritption (Essential Functions of the Job)   The City of Boston is committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2050. Transportation is the community’s second largest source of emissions, largely due to the use of gas-powered vehicles and commuters driving to Boston for work.    The parking freezes, administered by the Air Pollution Control Commission (APCC), were created under state and federal law to cap the amount of off-street commercial parking available in Boston’s core, and support the City’s transportation, carbon neutrality and clean air goals. On September 19, 2020, the APCC amended the freeze regulations to strengthen program administration.   The Air Quality Project Manager will work with the APCC and other City agencies, residents, businesses, and institutions to administer programs, identify obstacles and facilitate solutions leading to short-term and long-term air quality improvements, in support of the Mayor’s goals of carbon neutrality and a healthy environment. Candidates should have a passion for clean air and low-carbon mobility, an affinity with maps and spreadsheets, and bring energy and creativity to pollution reduction across Boston’s communities.
Requisition ID
2022-22408
Dept.
Environment Department
Salary Range Minimum
63,478.40
Salary Range Maximum
87,728.16
Location
Environment Department
Position Overview Is responsible for the supervision and oversight of facility management activities on nights and weekends. The position includes managing the activities of custodians, coordinating event preparation, including marathon and snow removal activities and evaluating existing operations and establishing protocols and procedures and recommendations to monitor and improve service overall. Primary supervision of all Central Library custodians.   Reports to Director of Operations or designee   Supervises Central Library custodial staff and other Facilities staff as assigned
Requisition ID
2022-22398
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
86,295.99
Salary Range Maximum
116,506.85
Location
BPL Buildings
Post End Date
9/10/2022
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job).   Under the direction of the City Registrar or designee, this position has the responsibility of assisting in the management of the department functions concerning vital record registration including recording, maintaining and issuing Boston marriage, birth, and death vital records in accordance to laws and procedures. Has the authority to record, register and sign any record received in the Registry Division and make determinations for the court process in order to establish information in compliance with Massachusetts General Laws. This position will manage one to two designed office units. This position will be responsible for supervising unit employees in any of the five office units. Assists in overall administration of Registry functions, including developing and maintaining administrative tracking systems.
Requisition ID
2022-22389
Dept.
Registry Division
Salary Range Minimum
56,175.00
Salary Range Maximum
85,570.72
Location
Registry Division
Post End Date
9/10/2022
Position Overview Library Assistant whose duties include the following:  Under the supervision of the Supervisor of Circulation, or delegate, performs duties relative to the routine operations of the Library’s central circulation activities.   Reports to Special Library Assistant II, Circulation
Requisition ID
2022-22384
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
33,923.47
Salary Range Maximum
44,940.85
Location
BPL Central Charging Rec
Post End Date
9/10/2022
Brief job description (essential functions of the job):   Class Specifications:   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
2022-22383
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
33,923.47
Salary Range Maximum
44,940.85
Location
BPL: CHARLESTOWN BRANCH
Post End Date
9/10/2022
About the Department of Youth Engagement & Employment The Department of Youth Engagement & Employment serves as a youth engagement resource center. The Department aims to connect, advocate and support youth constituents and stakeholders.   Mission We exist to employ, develop, and engage Boston's youth. We do this by amplifying youth voice and bridging opportunities for personal and professional growth. We envision a future where youth are educated, equipped, and empowered to transition successfully into adulthood.     The purpose of our work is to advance the lives of Boston's youth through: employment opportunities | career development training | civic engagement.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under direction from the Director of the Department of Youth Engagement and Employment, the Deputy Director is responsible for leading the department to focus on becoming an organization that maximizes its external impact while focusing on internal effectiveness and efficiencies. This role will support the strategic, operational, and financial responsibilities of the department by overseeing the development and buildout of internal systems, training and development, organizational structure, and evaluating impact – with the goal of increasing access and opportunities for youth across youth employment, workforce and career readiness, and civic engagement and outreach programs, services and initiatives. The Deputy Director will serve as a critical member of the DYEE Leadership team, and alongside the Department Director will manage the work across our data & evaluation, grant & budget, special projects, operations, and existing programming. This role will also assist in leading the expanded work of the department, managing current programs and services and lead the effort to support the build-out and implementation of new initiatives for the department. The position is designed for an individual that exemplifies and embodies a genuine passion for the department's mission of employing, developing and engaging Boston youth, by amplifying youth voices and bridging opportunities for personal and professional growth.
Requisition ID
2022-22382
Dept.
Youth Engagement & Employment
Salary Range Minimum
76,314.58
Salary Range Maximum
101,390.73
Location
YEE Office
Post End Date
9/10/2022
About the Department of Youth Engagement & Employment The Department of Youth Engagement & Employment serves as a youth engagement resource center. The Department aims to connect, advocate and support youth constituents and stakeholders.   Mission We exist to employ, develop, and engage Boston's youth. We do this by amplifying youth voice and bridging opportunities for personal and professional growth. We envision a future where youth are educated, equipped, and empowered to transition successfully into adulthood.     The purpose of our work is to advance the lives of Boston's youth through: employment opportunities | career development training | civic engagement.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   The City of Boston Department of Youth Engagement & Employment is seeking a proactive Youth Engagement & Partnerships Manager to be responsible for supporting the management and coordination of the day-to-day engagement, civic engagement and partnership functions of the department. This role will oversee the coordination and implementation of YEE engagement strategies, events, and marketing as well as oversight of civic engagement and connecting youth to programs and services, such as the Mayor’s Youth Jobs Program, Mayor’s Youth Council, YLC, Workforce Readiness, etc, and support with strategic partnerships cultivation and management.   The position is designed for a mid-career professional who brings experience with connecting residents and constituents to services through a variety of mediums, and also holds the ability to build internal and external relationships at the national, regional, state and local levels to increase engagement; and engaging stakeholders, local organizations, youth serving networks, and other collaborators. The Manager must be a motivated individual with strong communication, and organization skills and a passion for working in an inclusive environment, experience working in a fast-paced environment, and a desire to work on initiatives and issues affecting youth and young adults, to accomplish the goals of the department.
Requisition ID
2022-22381
Dept.
Youth Engagement & Employment
Salary Range Minimum
52,275.00
Salary Range Maximum
72,779.65
Location
YEE Office
Post End Date
9/10/2022
About the Department of Youth Engagement & Employment The Department of Youth Engagement & Employment serves as a youth engagement resource center. The Department aims to connect, advocate and support youth constituents and stakeholders.   Mission We exist to employ, develop, and engage Boston's youth. We do this by amplifying youth voice and bridging opportunities for personal and professional growth. We envision a future where youth are educated, equipped, and empowered to transition successfully into adulthood.   The purpose of our work is to advance the lives of Boston's youth through: employment opportunities | career development training | civic engagement.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under direction from the Director of the Department of Youth Engagement and Employment the Grants and Budget Manager is responsible for managing all grant related initiatives, monitoring the department budget, overseeing fiscal and stewardship responsibilities and creating opportunities for funding and development to support programs, services and activities.   The Grants and Budget Manager is an integral part of the DYEE team, who will primarily support the management of local, state and federal grants, expand the department's ability to provide grant funding to local 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations for youth and young adult jobs and workforce readiness, civic engagement, and partnerships - and support the department in improving internal financial governance by evaluating and optimizing the current budget and youth funds.   The position is designed for a highly detailed and process thinker with strong analytical, accounting, communication, organizational and research skills, and the ability for building relationships, experience overseeing grant funding, budget management and a commitment to youth, young adults, workforce development and civic engagement.
Requisition ID
2022-22380
Dept.
Youth Engagement & Employment
Salary Range Minimum
52,275.00
Salary Range Maximum
72,779.65
Location
YEE Office
Post End Date
10/8/2022
Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job)   The City of Boston Law Department provides legal services to the Mayor, City Council, and City departments regarding their official capacities within the City government. Our office has been in continuous existence for 180 years and under the sole authority of the Corporation Counsel for 125 years. The Corporation Counsel has supervisory authority over all City attorneys and legal affairs and is responsible for all litigation to which the City of Boston is a party.   Under the direction of the Director of Public Records, First Assistant Corporation Counsel for Litigation or Government Services, the Chief of Government Services, and Senior Assistant Corporation Counsel and Assistant Corporation Counsel, the Paralegal will research points of law, write legal memoranda, compile documents, file, and perform such other duties as assigned.      
Requisition ID
2022-22379
Dept.
Law Department
Salary Range Minimum
50,911.37
Salary Range Maximum
75,990.30
Location
Law Law
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   About the Office:  The mission of the Office of Returning Citizens 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. Mayor Wu is making an historic investment in the Office of Returning Citizens, enabling the Office to increase its staffing and programming significantly. The new leader of the Office will have an opportunity to build the team and shape the programming and direction of the expanded Office. Role The City of Boston seeks to hire a Director to lead the Mayor's Office of Returning Citizens. The Director will report to the Chief of the Human Services Cabinet, and will work in close partnership with the Mayor’s Senior Policy Advisor for Public Safety. The Director will have the primary responsibility of driving the vision, managing the day-to-day operations of an office charged with engaging, serving, and advocating for some of Boston’s most vulnerable residents: Individuals returning to Boston from incarceration and/or impacted by CORI. The Director must center equity in achieving the Office’s mission of addressing discrimination and ensuring fair access to housing, public services, and participation in activities for returning citizens, and must maintain a commitment to the belief that all people deserve to live to their fullest potential, regardless of their background. The Director will provide strategic leadership and serve as the City’s primary driver of policy, advocacy, programming, and services focused on uplifting and supporting individuals returning to Boston from incarceration and/or who are impacted by CORI. The Director must possess outstanding leadership qualities, including experience building and supporting successful teams; a commitment to centering equity and justice; the ability to build productive partnerships with relevant local, city, state, and federal agencies and institutions; a depth of experience building trust with and working for marginalized communities, especially those who have not historically been well-served by government programs; and strong program management and service-delivery skills. They will be a fierce advocate for returning citizens and a leader for the Office: bold, purpose-driven, service-oriented, and unafraid to tackle challenging, systemic problems. The ideal candidate will have a deep familiarity with the process and intricacies related to incarceration and reentry at the federal, state, and City levels, and a knack for designing, building, and delivering new services that are intuitive, welcoming, and culturally responsive to Boston’s returning residents.
Requisition ID
2022-22373
Dept.
Health & Human Servs
Salary Range Minimum
75,574.17
Salary Range Maximum
109,257.42
Location
BCC-Central Office
Post End Date
8/13/2022