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The City of Boston Streets Cabinet is seeking a highly motivated Senior Vision Zero Project Planner to work on projects that will realize the City’s vision to create streets and public spaces that are safe, multimodal, and resilient.   The position requires considerable project management, technical, and managerial skills related to multimodal street design projects. Ideal candidates will have a passion for transportation justice and improving transportation through public service. Reporting to the Director of Planning, Streets Cabinet, or their designee.
Requisition ID
2024-26814
Dept.
Public Works Department
Salary Range Minimum
77,085.65
Salary Range Maximum
114,228.89
Location
Pwd Central Off. Admin.Rm714
Post End Date
9/14/2024
This is a provisional appointment. Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job): Under the supervision of the Human Resources Director, the Sr. Personnel Officer II manages and supervises the daily operations of the department's Personnel and Payroll responsibilities.
Requisition ID
2024-26811
Dept.
Parks Department
Salary Range Minimum
56,762.19
Salary Range Maximum
79,076.32
Location
Parks Department
Post End Date
9/28/2024
Under the direction of the Director of Engineering, the Supervising Traffic Engineer supervises the new Asset Management unit within the Boston Transportation Department’s (BTD) Engineering Division. The Supervising Traffic Engineer for Asset Management (STEAM) is tasked with the implementation of the Cartegraph (OpenGov) asset management system and the merger of the former Sign Investigations Unit into the Asset Management team. The STEAM will implement a defined process and workflow for projects, maintenance work, and customer-managed-relationship tasks performed BTD. The STEAM oversees the implementation of engineered plans and technical drawings and ensures work is appropriately evaluated and reviewed, planned and prioritized, and completed in accordance with the appropriate laws, rules, regulations industry standards, and best practices.   The STEAM evaluates feasibility studies for layout, design, and placement of traffic control devices; reviews stamped engineered plans, drawings, and technical specifications developed by neighborhood safety, policy and planning, public works, other public entities, and consultants for implementation; and reviews maintenance records of work performed for data completeness and accuracy.   The STEAM shall utilize asset management to track and supervise asset conditions, optimize workflows and create operational efficiencies; develop data-driven budgets and produce reports and recommendations for capital improvement and deferred maintenance programs; develop work schedules using scenario builder; and implement a preventive maintenance program that will schedule proactive, condition-based maintenance tasks based on data analytics and trends including asset age, predicted performance, and inspection data.
Requisition ID
2024-26810
Dept.
Traffic Division
Salary Range Minimum
92,630.13
Salary Range Maximum
132,717.41
Location
Btd Traffic Management
Post End Date
4/23/2024
The City of Boston is seeking a dynamic individual to fill the position of Assistant Corporation Counsel I (ACC I) within the Office of Labor Relations. The successful candidate will assist with representing the City in negotiating collective bargaining agreements, interpreting and administering such agreements, and representing the City in litigation that stems from such negotiations and enforcement of such agreements. In this environment, Counsels are expected to work collaboratively with other Counsel within a complex and highly diverse work environment. This opportunity provides a quality environment and place to make an impact.
Requisition ID
2024-26809
Dept.
ASD Office Of Labor Relations
Salary Range Minimum
86,331.37
Salary Range Maximum
122,589.23
Location
ASD-Labor Relations
Post End Date
9/20/2024
Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   This is a 6 month Temporary Fellowship.   The scope of work for this internship will include supporting the Food Sovereignty Raised Bed Garden program co-facilitated by the Office of Food Justice and GrowBoston. Under the guidance of OFJ program staff, the Raised Bed Garden Fellow will work to facilitate connections between raised beds recipients and builders, lead data collection and reporting, and support developing a plan for food distribution. This position is ideal for someone interested in food sovereignty, urban gardening or farming and community engagement. Background: The mission of the Mayor's Office of Food Justice is to build a food system that is equitable, resilient, sustainable, and just. In pursuit of this mission, OFJ will work to expand equitable access to nutritious food with respect to affordability, physical accessibility, and cultural connectedness; support Boston’s food economy; and promote environmentally sustainable and resilient food production. Building on the work of the city’s previous Office of Food Access, OFJ works to embed food systems and racial equity approaches into existing food access programming, and to pursue whole-of-government strategies, in partnership with GrowBoston, that leverage city resources and partnerships to shift the city and region’s food system, reduce food insecurity and address the food system’s impact on climate. This includes close partnerships with other city and state departments, along with facilitating a community of practice of organizations, businesses and entities in the city who are addressing food insecurity and inequitable food access by developing a new food system.
Requisition ID
2024-26808
Dept.
Office of Food Justice
Location
Boston City Hall
Post End Date
9/19/2024
Reporting to the Community Preservation Director, the Historic Preservation Project Manager serves as the principal CPA team member responsible for monitoring, assessing, analyzing, and strategizing historic preservation projects with the City of Boston's Community Preservation Office. This individual will participate as a member of a small, highly functioning, multi-disciplinary team advancing the policies, procedures, and mission of the Community Preservation Act. About Community Preservation Act (CPA): In November 2016, 74% of Boston voters approved the Community Preservation Act (CPA) by voting “yes” on Ballot Question 5. By adopting the CPA, the City has created a Community Preservation Fund. The City finances this fund in part by a 1% property tax-based surcharge on residential and business property tax bills, beginning in July 2017. Since 2018, the City has used funds from the CPA grant fund to support historic preservation, affordable housing, and open space and recreation projects.    A nine-member Community Preservation Committee (CPC) reviews all applications and recommends a slate of projects to the Mayor and City Council each year.
Requisition ID
2024-26802
Dept.
Treasury-Treasury Division
Salary Range Minimum
86,331.37
Salary Range Maximum
122,589.23
Location
Tre Treasury-Treasury
Post End Date
9/20/2024
Reporting to the Community Preservation Director, the Open Space & Recreation Project Manager will serve as the principal CPA team member responsible for monitoring, assessing, analyzing, and strategizing open space and recreation projects with the City of Boston's Community Preservation Office. This individual will participate as a member of a small, highly functioning, multi-disciplinary team; advancing the policies, procedures, and mission of the Community Preservation Act.   About Community Preservation Act (CPA):   The City of Boston receives more than $25 million annually from the Community Preservation Act (CPA) to fund affordable housing, open space and recreation, and historic preservation. The CPA funds will support Boston's goal of becoming the most livable city in the nation by working with communities to build strong neighborhoods. This will align with the City's numerous agencies, departments, and planning documents. The strategic investment of these new public resources will prioritize equity, public access and meeting the needs of underserved communities. Additionally, coordination with City agencies will guide decision-making for CPA projects. In November 2016, 74% of Boston voters approved for the Community Preservation Act (CPA) by voting “yes” on Ballot Question 5. By adopting the CPA, the City has created a Community Preservation Fund. The City finances this fund in part by a 1% property tax-based surcharge on residential and business property tax bills, beginning in July 2017. Since 2018, the City has used funds from the grant program to support historic preservation, affordable housing, and open space and recreation projects. A nine-member Community Preservation Committee (CPC) reviews all applications. By law, five members represent City commissions and boards. The City Council chooses four at-large members from the general public. All members must be Boston residents for the duration of their three-year term. Members may serve for a maximum of two terms. The Community Preservation Committee recommends a slate of projects to the Mayor. The Mayor then sends the recommendations to the City Council for a public hearing and final vote.
Requisition ID
2024-26801
Dept.
Treasury-Treasury Division
Salary Range Minimum
79,127.36
Salary Range Maximum
114,171.42
Location
Tre Treasury-Treasury
Post End Date
9/22/2024
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
2024-26795
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
35,823.38
Salary Range Maximum
47,457.80
Location
BPL Central Charging Rec
Post End Date
8/13/2024
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
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