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The mission of the Department of Neighborhood Development (DND) is to make Boston a more equitable and inclusive city where all residents can thrive. DND 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. DND 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. The Supportive Housing Division at the Department of Neighborhood Development is responsible for leading the collaborative effort to end homelessness in Boston. The importance of the Division’s work as well as growth in budget and scope have increased the need for leadership in funding, data and performance. Brief Job Description:   Under the supervision of the Deputy Director for Supportive Housing, the Assistant Director is responsible for overall leadership, supervision and project management associated with funding, data and performance to support the mission of equitably ending homelessness in Boston. The ideal candidate will possess the capacity to lead and implement complex system redesign with diverse – and at times competing – stakeholders. They will maintain a bias towards action and commitment to getting results in a highly matrixed environment. In addition, the ideal candidate will possess excellent staff supervisory and project management skills, communication skills, a collaborative approach and the ability to independently drive multiple complex projects at the same time. As a senior leader in the Division, the Assistant Director must be ready to represent the Supportive Housing Division and the Deputy Director when necessary.
Requisition ID
2021-21167
Dept.
Neighborhood Development
Salary Range Minimum
75,085.85
Salary Range Maximum
106,871.48
Location
CITY OF BOSTON: DEPT OF NEIGH DEV (DND)
The mission of the Department of Neighborhood Development (DND) is to make Boston a more equitable and inclusive city where all residents can thrive. DND 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. DND 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: Under the direct supervision of the Deputy Director for Neighborhood Housing Development or designee, the Assistant Director is responsible for a variety of housing development programs and projects. The Assistant Director is the senior team member responsible for tracking City’s affordable housing preservation pipeline and in managing community development initiatives with DND leadership or participation. In this role, initiatives may include building out the City’s affordable housing green retrofit program and managing the Department’s tenant outreach work in expiring use properties.
Requisition ID
2021-21166
Dept.
Neighborhood Development
Salary Range Minimum
75,085.85
Salary Range Maximum
106,871.48
Location
CITY OF BOSTON: DEPT OF NEIGH DEV (DND)
The mission of the Department of Neighborhood Development (DND) is to make Boston a more equitable and inclusive city where all residents can thrive. DND 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. DND 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. The Supportive Housing Division at the Department of Neighborhood Development is responsible for leading the collaborative effort to end homelessness in Boston. The importance of the Division’s work and growth of strategic plans, partnerships and initiatives have increased the need for leadership across those efforts.   Brief Job Description: Under the supervision of the Deputy Director for Supportive Housing, the Associate Director is responsible for overall leadership, supervision and project management associated with policy and strategic plans to support the mission of equitably ending homelessness in Boston. The ideal candidate will possess the capacity to lead and implement complex system redesign with diverse – and at times competing – stakeholders. They will maintain a bias towards action and commitment to getting results in a highly matrixed environment. In addition, the ideal candidate will possess excellent staff supervisory and project management skills, communication skills, a collaborative approach and the ability to drive multiple complex projects at the same time. As the “second in command,” the Associate Director must be ready to represent the Supportive Housing Division and stand in for the Deputy Director when necessary.
Requisition ID
2021-21162
Dept.
Neighborhood Development
Salary Range Minimum
87,840.25
Salary Range Maximum
125,024.59
Location
CITY OF BOSTON: DEPT OF NEIGH DEV (DND)
The mission of the Department of Neighborhood Development (DND) is to make Boston a more equitable and inclusive city where all residents can thrive. DND 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. DND 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: Under the direction of the Director of Operations or designee, the Human Resources Manager will be responsible for all Human Resources functions of the department. In addition, the incumbent will work with DND leadership to develop and implement personnel policies and strategies that support DND’s programmatic goals.
Requisition ID
2021-21161
Dept.
Neighborhood Development
Salary Range Minimum
75,085.85
Salary Range Maximum
106,871.48
Location
CITY OF BOSTON: DEPT OF NEIGH DEV (DND)
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description  (essential functions of the job):   Under general supervision, performs auditing and accounting support work processing financial transactions and bookkeeping  tasks within established rules and processes for procurement,payments, record keeping and audits.  Supervises plans,directs and reviews the work of employees in lower grades in the unit.
Requisition ID
2021-21153
Dept.
Auditing Department
Salary Range Minimum
45,056.21
Salary Range Maximum
62,852.24
Location
Auditing Department
The City of Boston’s Department of Innovation and Technology is seeking an entrepreneurial leader to deliver exceptional, user-centered digital government. Boston aims to set new standards in digital engagement, branding, and online services, and our Chief Digital Officer must combine strong vision with the ability to lead a team to deliver on these goals. The Digital Team is a collaborative in-house agency/product studio responsible for the digital interactions of constituents, including: boston.gov, social media channels, and mobile applications. The team also manages the City’s Brand Guidelines and serves as the design and production support for a variety of online and offline efforts across City departments.   With the launch of the new boston.gov in July 2016, the City of Boston established itself as a leader in digital government services. The new site puts the focus squarely on the user, creating an experience that is beautiful, welcoming, and highly useful. This site, built through a process that incorporated design thinking and extensive user engagement, serves as the model for other digital services we will provide.   Brief Job Description:   The Chief Digital Officer will be responsible for leading the team that makes this vision a reality across the City of Boston. This person will manage a dynamic team of designers, developers, product managers, and communications specialists to evolve and implement our product roadmap and help build the capacity to create outstanding digital experiences across City departments.   The Chief Digital Officer is part of the Department of Innovation and Technology, and reports to the City’s Chief Information Officer. This person will work directly with the Mayor’s Office, department heads, and other senior leaders across the City.
Requisition ID
2021-21147
Dept.
Dpt of Innovation & Technology
Salary Range Minimum
118,765.83
Salary Range Maximum
148,925.01
Location
ASD-Mgmt Information Systems
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
2021-21144
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
33,923.47
Salary Range Maximum
44,940.85
Location
BPL: EAST BOSTON BRANCH
Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   General Duties/Class Specifications: Under immediate supervision, performs custodial work in connection with the cleaning and maintenance of a library building and performs related duties as required.
Requisition ID
2021-21143
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
37,381.92
Salary Range Maximum
47,712.52
Location
BPL Catalog
Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under the direction of the Director of Scheduling and Advance, the Mayor’s Advance Coordinator supports the Mayor of Boston by coordinating logistics for the Mayor’s daily events and appearances. This includes, but is not limited to, communicating between multiple internal and external contacts to prepare for the Mayor’s participation in events, conducting site visits, and compiling briefing materials for the Mayor, providing staff support to the Mayor at events and facilitating his movement from arrival through departure, and assisting with special projects as needed.   The Advance Coordinator frequently interacts with administration officials, high-level executives, members of the press, and the public. The position may have exceptional opportunities for growth and offers high level of on the job experience for the right individual.
Requisition ID
2021-21138
Dept.
Mayor's Office
Salary Range Minimum
41,251.43
Salary Range Maximum
58,463.15
Location
May Mayors Office
Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   General Duties/Class Specifications: Under immediate supervision, performs custodial work in connection with the cleaning and maintenance of a library building and performs related duties as required.
Requisition ID
2021-21131
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
37,381.92
Salary Range Maximum
47,712.52
Location
BPL Binding
Housing affordability and preserving long term tenancies are critical to strong stable neighborhoods. However, with escalating pressures on rents in Boston, too many Bostonians are facing eviction and displacement due to the high cost of housing. In addition, many tenants face unequal access to housing information, legal services and programs to assist them in finding stable housing. The Deputy Director for Housing Stability is responsible for operating programs to assist Bostonians in housing crisis - whether this crisis is due to eviction, landlord-tenant disputes, rent escalations, unplanned loss of housing, or any other rental housing emergency.   Brief Job Description:   The Deputy Director will be responsible for operating the Office of Housing Stability at the Department of Neighborhood Development (DND). To be effective in this role, the Deputy Director must be both a case manager and a housing policy advocate. As the central point of contact for individuals in need of rental housing assistance, the Deputy Director must ensure that all cases handled by the office are effectively managed - whether the constituent needs simple informational counseling or time-consuming emergency housing search assistance. In addition, the Deputy Director must also serve as a policy advocate, with the ability to coordinate resources and partners across a wide range of stakeholders to ensure Bostonians are able to retain their homes.   This role is an exciting opportunity for a passionate advocate to dramatically impact the lives of people in Boston. It is challenging work that requires an immediate and orchestrated response to the needs of residents with housing issues, as well as occasional night and weekend hours - including emergency response (e.g., large fires with multiple displaced families). If successful, the Deputy Director will lead an office that can serve as a national model for housing stability.  
Requisition ID
2021-21128
Dept.
Neighborhood Development
Salary Range Minimum
95,007.94
Salary Range Maximum
135,226.63
Location
CITY OF BOSTON: DEPT OF NEIGH DEV (DND)
This is a provisional appointment.    Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Maintains and oversees the security of the building and participates in security duties, i.e., periodically checks doors and windows, and performs security and reception duties in the building as required.
Requisition ID
2021-21127
Dept.
Boston Cntr - Youth & Families
Salary Range Minimum
38,224.67
Salary Range Maximum
51,505.60
Location
BCYF: CURLEY COMM CENTER
City operations include police, fire, public schools, streets, parks, human services, economic development and arts and culture.  The Administration & Finance Department is at the hub of all branches of City government, providing financial resources and management through budgeting, purchasing, accounting and treasury, and human resource services through health insurance and workers’ compensation.  The Risk Finance Manager is part of a coordinated A&F team, working together with the operating departments.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job): Reports to the Director of the Office of Budget Management, supervise staff. The Risk Finance Manager plans, organizes, and executes a comprehensive citywide risk finance program to minimize the City’s loss of financial and physical assets due to unexpected events.  Manages all commercial insurance purchases and provides insurance expertise for vendor contracts. Works closely with other City departments to promote effective risk management practices in all areas.
Requisition ID
2021-21121
Dept.
ASD Office of Budget Mangmnt
Salary Range Minimum
87,717.44
Salary Range Maximum
122,613.57
Location
ASD-Budget Management
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief job description (essential functions of the job):   Under direction, the Utility Inspector is responsible for ensuring compliance of city rules and regulations and inspecting job sites for general safety in the work zone.  
Requisition ID
2021-21118
Dept.
Public Works Department
Salary Range Minimum
44,649.33
Salary Range Maximum
62,357.62
Location
PWD Hwy Of Enginering Cap
This is a Labor Service position.   In addition to applying via the City of Boston Career Center, individuals wishing to be considered for this position must also complete the civil service labor service registration process for the position at http://www.mass.gov/hrd/macs         Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under general supervision, performs maintenance, installation, repair and inspection work on traffic signals and signal posts; repairs damaged equipment in the shop, including replacing of parts and repairing of relays;
Requisition ID
2021-21110
Dept.
Traffic Division
Salary Range Minimum
39,694.94
Salary Range Maximum
55,436.89
Location
Btd Oper Support
Post End Date
1/31/2022
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
2021-21109
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
33,923.47
Salary Range Maximum
44,940.85
Location
BPL: SOUTH END BRANCH
General Duties/Class Specifications:   To have charge of and participate in the cleaning and sanitary maintenance of a branch library building, or under supervision, to participate in the cleaning and sanitary maintenance of the Central Library building, the care and maintenance for the basic operation of the HVAC and electrical systems and the care and maintenance of the grounds of the building; and to perform related work as required.
Requisition ID
2021-21108
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
42,201.42
Salary Range Maximum
53,887.10
Location
BPL: MATTAPAN BRANCH
Brief Job Description:   Under the general direction of the Executive Director and Deputy Director, the OPAT Policy and Data Analyst is part of a new team working to advance the goals of the Office of Police Accountability and Transparency (OPAT). OPAT was established in 2020 to provide a single point of entry for individuals with concerns or complaints related to the Boston Police Department and its officers and sworn personnel to be heard and responded to. The Policy and Data Analyst must be able to handle complex tasks with little supervision and be willing to think outside of the box. As a senior member of the OPAT team, the Policy and Data Analyst will be expected to lead projects through completion.  The incumbent in this position should possess an understanding of government relations, policy drafting and how to support advocacy activities through data analysis.The position requires a high level of professionalism, diplomacy, patience, and confidentiality. The successful candidate needs to consistently communicate effectively and clearly, both orally and in writing.
Requisition ID
2021-21103
Dept.
OPAT
Salary Range Minimum
60,148.35
Salary Range Maximum
87,874.13
Location
Boston City Hall
Brief Job Description:   The Project Manager supports the Boston Cannabis Board by providing strategic analysis and support for a newly established industry, managing administrative responsibilities and assisting with the creation and implementation of a regulatory framework for the cannabis industry in the City of Boston. This includes, but is not limited to, establishing standard operating processes, managing the overall organization of materials for the Boston Cannabis Board, ensuring adherence to municipal and state requirements. The Project Manager must have a firm understanding of licensing and be familiar with the Boston Zoning Code. The Project Manager will only require supervisory consultation on applications or administrative issues. The position frequently acts as a liaison to Administration officials, executives and the public.
Requisition ID
2021-21100
Dept.
Consumer Affairs & Licensing
Salary Range Minimum
66,948.58
Salary Range Maximum
91,124.96
Location
May Consumer Affairs
This is a provisional appointment. Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job): Reporting to the Director of the Human Resources Division (HRD), the Principal Administrative Assistant will act as the Assistant Director of the Human Resources Division.  
Requisition ID
2021-21096
Dept.
Boston Police Department
Salary Range Minimum
79,685.53
Salary Range Maximum
113,347.20
Location
BPD Police Headquarters