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MOIA strives to strengthen the ability of immigrants to fully and equitably participate in economic, civic, social, and cultural life in Boston. MOIA also promotes the recognition and public understanding of the contributions of immigrants to the City.   We are seeking summer fellows for 2024. They will work closely with MOIA staff on various tasks to assist with the implementation, facilitation, and expansion of various MOIA initiatives and programs.    
Requisition ID
2024-26528
Dept.
Immigrant Advancement
Location
May Community Participate
Post End Date
8/21/2024
The Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement (MOIA) was created in 1998 as the Mayor’s Office of New Bostonians. Our mission is to strengthen the ability of immigrants and Boston’s diverse cultural and linguistic communities to fully participate in the economic, civic, social, and cultural life of our great City. We also work to promote the recognition and public understanding of immigrant contributions to Boston.   We are seeking an energetic, creative and committed intern, age 18 and older, to join our team this summer. This is a great opportunity for anyone who is passionate about equity and raising awareness on critical city and community resources to support our immigrant communities. MOIA is active on social media (Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram), maintains a website (boston.gov/immigrants), and issues a weekly e-newsletter. This intern will work with our Communications Manager on various projects and learn about communications work within city government.    The Communications intern will report directly to the Executive Director. Bilingual/Bicultural individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.    
Requisition ID
2024-26527
Dept.
Immigrant Advancement
Location
May Community Participate
Post End Date
8/21/2024
The Mayor’s Office is seeking an experienced, thoughtful and creative Digital Media Storyteller to document and communicate the important work of the City of Boston on Mayor Michelle Wu’s social media platforms.   The Digital Media Storyteller will report to the Mayor’s Digital Communications Director and support the Mayor’s Digital Team in advancing Mayor Wu's vision by delivering impactful content that informs and serves the diverse communities of Boston.
Requisition ID
2024-26526
Dept.
Mayor's Office
Salary Range Minimum
71,917.88
Salary Range Maximum
104,504.40
Location
May Mayors Office
Post End Date
8/15/2024
The Mayor’s Office is seeking an experienced, thoughtful, and creative Graphic Designer and Digital Strategist who is passionate about visually communicating the important work of the City of Boston on Mayor Michelle Wu’s social media platforms.   The Graphic Designer and Digital Strategist will report to the Mayor’s Digital Communications Director and support the Mayor’s Digital Team in advancing Mayor Wu's vision by producing engaging and compelling digital art, social media content, event collateral, print materials, and more to inform and serve the diverse communities of Boston.
Requisition ID
2024-26525
Dept.
Mayor's Office
Salary Range Minimum
71,917.88
Salary Range Maximum
104,504.40
Location
May Mayors Office
Post End Date
8/15/2024
  Reporting to the Director of Land Records or other assigned supervisor, performs research, drafting and related duties in a computerized mapping environment.  
Requisition ID
2024-26519
Dept.
Assessing Department
Salary Range Minimum
59,013.29
Salary Range Maximum
82,221.34
Location
Assessing
Post End Date
8/22/2024
The Carbon Neutrality team is responsible for the Environment Department’s work in developing and implementing the City’s greenhouse gas mitigation efforts, specifically in the built environment. 
Requisition ID
2024-26515
Dept.
Environment Department
Salary Range Minimum
66,542.92
Salary Range Maximum
91,772.38
Location
Environment Department
Post End Date
8/20/2024
Reporting to the Tree Maintenance Foreperson or General Tree Maintenance Foreperson, or a designee, the Tree Equipment Operator and Laborer (TEOL) will perform tasks related to the planting, removal, maintenance, and care of trees using hand and power tools, and adhering to all safety policies and procedures. Duties include planting, pruning, and removing trees and branches. He/she will also use climbing gear and equipment to climb trees with chainsaws, hand saws, and tree trimmers to complete jobs. This is labor-intensive work and requires strong communication skills to safely work with all crew members at the various job sites throughout the City of Boston.
Requisition ID
2024-26507
Dept.
Parks Department
Salary Range Minimum
41,610.61
Salary Range Maximum
53,582.84
Location
Parks Franklin Park
Post End Date
8/16/2024
This is a temporary, capital project-funded position for approximately three to five years or until the ending of the project.       This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under the direction of the Commissioner and his/her designee, performs work of moderate difficulty in the department's Design & Construction Division in the planning, management and review of design and development projects and performs related work as required.
Requisition ID
2024-26504
Dept.
Parks Department
Salary Range Minimum
77,085.65
Salary Range Maximum
114,228.89
Location
Parks Department
Post End Date
8/15/2024
Millions of people interact with the City of Boston digitally each year to do everything from finding information on City services to paying a parking ticket. We believe these experiences should be easy to navigate and accessible. DoIT is focused on partnering with City departments to improve service delivery across the City. We’re a cross-functional team with a mission to improve the user experience of existing digital services, better engage and communicate with our residents, and build new systems to improve how the City delivers services online. The Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT) provides and maintains mission-critical technologies for the City’s more than 18,000 employees and the hundreds of thousands of constituents they serve. As a Product Manager, you’ll lead cross-functional teams to deliver user-centered products using agile methodologies and modern software development practices while building capacity for product innovation in government. You’ll be a champion for user needs, with a goal of improving end-to-end user experiences through improvements in technology, business processes, and streamlined systems. You’ll work closely with City departments, and must have strong communication and relationship management skills.   Product managers on our team are: - Strategic thinkers who are comfortable defining a compelling vision and designing a measurable strategy and roadmap to achieve that vision, owning and stewarding the product vision and leading end-to-end product development. - Decisive leaders who know how to motivate cross-functional teams to build the right thing. - Comfortable working running a product directly as well as working in a consulting capacity with City departments with varying degrees of digital experience. - Excited to build institutional expertise around product management by sharing best practices and tools with your peers across the organization contributing to our growing culture of product management.  
Requisition ID
2024-26503
Dept.
Dpt of Innovation & Technology
Salary Range Minimum
77,085.65
Salary Range Maximum
114,228.89
Location
ASD-Mgmt Information Systems
Post End Date
8/16/2024
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under general supervision, serves as chief of a field survey party with responsibility for the performance of field surveys of ordinary/professional difficulty and performs a wide variety of other beginning level professional civil engineering work in the field and the office.
Requisition ID
2024-26501
Dept.
Public Works Department
Salary Range Minimum
59,013.29
Salary Range Maximum
82,221.34
Location
PWD Hwy Of Enginering Cap
Post End Date
8/15/2024
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
2024-26497
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 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.   The City of Boston seeks an Assistant Corporation Counsel to represent the City, Boston Fire Department, Boston Police Department, and Boston Public Schools before federal and state courts and administrative agencies. The incumbent will perform legal research, draft and review ordinances, and prepare opinions on legal issues in civil actions, arbitrations, administrative hearings, mediations, and other negotiations.    
Requisition ID
2024-26494
Dept.
Law Department
Salary Range Minimum
111,703.80
Salary Range Maximum
145,972.65
Location
Law Law
Post End Date
8/13/2024
The Human Resources Manager is responsible for the personnel and labor obligations, procedures and systems covering all Boston Public Library personnel and positions; in conjunction with the Library and City of Boston systems, policies and leadership, especially the City of Boston Offices of Human Resources and Labor Relations.   These include administrative, technical and professional duties in the areas of: position development, classification & compensation; vacancy management; recruitment, selection & onboarding; labor relations; performance appraisal, benefits administration, civil service responsibilities; and a coordinating role in ongoing staff and professional development; as well as technical work in developing, maintaining and ensuring compliance with the personnel policies and procedures of the Library. This role is also the principal personnel officer for individual labor and labor contract matters. Reports to:   Director of Finance & Administration or as delegated by the President of the Library.
Requisition ID
2024-26484
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
99,468.57
Salary Range Maximum
134,093.80
Location
BPL Personnel - 2
Post End Date
8/13/2024
The Policy Advisor & Legal Affairs Liaison is a key role on the BPL Leadership team with two key primary areas of responsibility. First, working in close cooperation with the City of Boston’s Corporation Counsel (CC)’s office and the designated City of Boston legal counsel for the library, the liaison role acts as a bidirectional conduit for legal questions and matters, may take lead on matters when delegated by CC or at the direction of the President; this role acts primarily as a resource for staff and for Trustees of the library (in the exercise of their duties and responsibilities as Trustees. No action may be taken and no advice given on matters that are within the formal purview of CC unless directed to do so. Second, the role acts as the primary reviewer and policy researcher for internal matters of policy and policy matters of interest and public interest specific to the work of the library in serving the public generally, across its local, national and international contexts.   The Boston Public Library is both a department of the City of Boston and a separately incorporated entity for certain purposes, i.e. as a library. In its legal role, this position is oriented to supporting Corporation Counsel in the development of guidance for the library staff in the exercise of their duties.   Reports To:    President of the Boston Public Library or designee, with determinative and general oversight provided as appropriate by the City of Boston Corporation Counsel or designee.
Requisition ID
2024-26482
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
90,282.34
Salary Range Maximum
121,713.72
Location
BPL Directors Office - 2
Post End Date
8/13/2024
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the position):   Under general direction, assists in the direction and formulation of all programs.
Requisition ID
2024-26480
Dept.
Inspectional Services Dept
Salary Range Minimum
70,017.53
Salary Range Maximum
104,514.34
Location
Isd Housing Division
Post End Date
8/13/2024
This is a provisional appointment.   Under the supervision of the Director, Boston Regional Intelligence Center, performs required duties as the Crime Analysis and Criminal Intelligence Supervisor. 
Requisition ID
2024-26477
Dept.
Boston Police Department
Salary Range Minimum
77,085.65
Salary Range Maximum
114,228.89
Location
BPD Police Headquarters
Post End Date
8/15/2024
The Boston Retirement Board seeks to provide accurate, timely and consistent guidance and benefits to its members. Reporting to the Operations Officer, and in accordance with performance indicators such as quality of service and productivity, the Member Contact Representative acts as the front desk receptionist and is often the first point of contact for members with the Boston Retirement Board.  Duties include, but are not limited to, answering all calls to the general numbers, greeting members and other office visitors upon arrival;  performing duties to maintain the customer relationship management (CRM) function in the V3 system such as logging all contact events, and using the V3 system to perform some functions related to enrollment, verification, and document processing.
Requisition ID
2024-26474
Dept.
Boston Retirement System
Salary Range Minimum
45,385.13
Salary Range Maximum
63,108.97
Location
Ret Retirement Board
Post End Date
8/13/2024
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under the general direction of the Manager of Application Development, in the Information Systems Group, the Business Operations Data Analyst reviews and analyzes business data to provide insights leading to opportunities to refine workflows and procedures within the department to operate in a more efficient manner.    
Requisition ID
2024-26468
Dept.
Boston Police Department
Salary Range Minimum
63,517.01
Salary Range Maximum
95,115.57
Location
BPD Police Headquarters
Post End Date
8/16/2024
This is a provisional appointment.     Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   The Senior Technical Project Manager will work under the direction of the Director of Application Development within the Technology Services Division.  The Senior Technical Project Manager will oversee assigned projects of moderate to high complexity concentrating in software development. This position is responsible for assembling and working with the project team, assigning responsibilities, and managing schedules and resources to ensure timely completion of assigned projects. An essential function of the position will include direction of staff resources on application development projects. This position requires specialized knowledge of appropriate programming languages and development tools. This is a senior level professional position requiring the ability to manage and complete development projects on a timely basis.
Requisition ID
2024-26466
Dept.
Boston Police Department
Salary Range Minimum
77,085.65
Salary Range Maximum
114,228.89
Location
BPD Police Headquarters
Post End Date
8/14/2024
As part of Mayor Wu’s vision for a Green New Deal for Boston, the City of Boston is seeking a Director of Energy Justice.  The Director will oversee all of the City of Boston’s energy work, specifically the Equitable Electrification and Municipal Energy Teams. The Director will lead the development and implementation of strategic initiatives and programs to ensure the City of Boston becomes a national leader in equitable, community-driven energy resilience and grid modernization work. The Director oversees the ongoing work of the Renew Boston Trust, the City’s program to implement energy and water efficiency and decarbonization measures in municipally-owned buildings and street lighting, and the development of related new initiatives to advance this work.The Director also oversees the City’s municipal aggregation program, Boston Community Choice Electricity. The Director is responsible for developing partnerships across the city, particularly with infrastructure and energy planners in the Office of Planning and the Boston Planning and Development Agency, as part of an all-of-government approach to equitable climate action. The Director is a leader for the City in equity and the energy sector, engaging with Boston’s energy utilities and in the engagement of other municipal offices as well as stakeholders in all segments of the Boston community.   The Director of Energy Justice reports to the Commissioner of the Environment Department, and interacts with all segments of Boston’s municipal government and of the Boston community. As part of the management team of the Environment Department, they will work closely with other members of the management team and have important administrative responsibilities.
Requisition ID
2024-26464
Dept.
Environment Department
Salary Range Minimum
108,062.35
Salary Range Maximum
129,989.08
Location
Environment Department
Post End Date
8/7/2024