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This is a temporary, grant-funded position, funded through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) expected to last through December 31, 2026 or when funds are depleted. The position may be extended based on operational need if alternative funding is identified. About ARPA: The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) plays a critical role in realizing Boston’s equitable and resilient recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. These historic federal resources lay a foundation for the future and accelerate a Green New Deal for Boston. Alongside the Operating and Capital Budgets, these investments will jumpstart solutions to long-term challenges; deliver equity, climate resiliency, jobs, and health across departments and sectors; and lay the foundation for long-term financial sustainability.   Brief Job Decription: The City of Boston is seeking a Director of ARPA Implementation to join the Finance Cabinet to lead the administration of this historic public funding. Under the direction of the Director of Strategic Partnerships or designee of the Chief Financial Officer, the Director of ARPA Implementation is responsible for managing the spending and implementation of the $558.7 Million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) that have been allocated to the City of Boston. This position will oversee all ARPA-funded work streams, including housing, economic opportunity and inclusion, climate and mobility, equitable pandemic response, arts and culture, behavioral health, early childhood and evaluation and administration. This position will also work on other strategic initiatives as needed.
Requisition ID
2022-23337
Dept.
Office of Admin & Finance
Salary Range Minimum
84,148.40
Salary Range Maximum
119,695.32
Location
Boston City Hall
Post End Date
4/1/2023
Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   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.   Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director for Design and Construction, the Architect is responsible for conducting design review for affordable housing projects, both in response to Requests For Proposals and on privately owned sites for which agency financial assistance and/or land acquisition is sought. The Architect is responsible for maintaining compliance with agency design and construction standards.
Requisition ID
2022-23335
Dept.
Office of Housing
Salary Range Minimum
59,868.62
Salary Range Maximum
87,933.09
Location
CITY OF BOSTON: DEPT OF NEIGH DEV (DND)
Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Join the team to make Boston's young people ready for work!  The City of Boston Department of Youth Engagement & Employment (DYEE) aims to not only to recruit and hire youth, but also to ensure that their entry level employment experience is engaging, meaningful, and a building block for their professional experience and personal success.  The Youth Engagement & Employment Internship Program is designed to support DYEE goals by engaging Boston youth in workforce readiness development and providing access to resources, civic and learning opportunities.   DYEE annually employees over 3,500 students, manages the Mayor's Youth Council, Youth Lead the Change, Youth Career Development Programs and the MBTA Youth Pass Program.   DYEE’s success in delivering optimal programming is made possible by the college aged interns who play an integral role in supporting the overall DYEE mission.
Requisition ID
2022-23331
Dept.
Youth Engagement & Employment
Location
YEE Office
Post End Date
4/1/2023
This role lives in the Equity & Inclusion Cabinet. Please read below to understand our larger vision. Equity & Inclusion Cabinet Mission The mission of the Equity and Inclusion Cabinet is to ensure that every resident has fair access to City resources and opportunities. We achieve this by embedding equity and inclusion into our current City practices, building our collective capacity on issues of racial and social justice, and fostering a more welcoming and accessible city. The departments in the Equity and Inclusion Cabinet take an anti-poverty approach to their work, focusing on the following areas: 1. Improving outcomes for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, people of color) communities, in particular immigrants, women, and LGBTQ+ residents. 2. Increasing access for people with disabilities and those who speak a language other than English. 3. Eliminating barriers to fair housing and human rights. This is not your typical 9-5pm role. We are looking for folks that share our core values of people-first leadership, intentional strategy, and justice.     Brief Job Description:  Under the direction of the Chief and Chief of Staff for the Equity and Inclusion (E&I) Cabinet, the Economic Mobility Program Manager is responsible for developing and driving innovative and scalable solutions that promote economic advancement for communities harmed by inequitable systems. Working in partnership with external and internal stakeholders, the Economic Mobility Program Manager will: Conduct community-informed research on the barriers to economic security and mobility. Design, test, and scale pilot initiatives/programs that address gaps or leverage opportunities in the City of Boston’s economic mobility ecosysteml. Review the impact of pilot programs/initiatives to determine the most effective approaches to maximizing the safety net for Boston residents.    
Requisition ID
2022-23329
Dept.
Office of Equity
Salary Range Minimum
84,148.40
Salary Range Maximum
119,695.32
Location
Boston City Hall
Post End Date
4/1/2023
Brief Job Description:   The Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement (MOIA) works 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 Boston. Under the direction of the Community Engagement Project Manager: The Community Engagement Coordinator will focus on community outreach and relationship building, expands and strengthens MOIA’s services in diverse immigrant communities, assists MOIA’s social media accounts, newsletter, attends and provides logistical support to special projects and events.
Requisition ID
2022-23323
Dept.
Immigrant Advancement
Salary Range Minimum
58,794.56
Salary Range Maximum
81,732.63
Location
May Community Participate
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under the supervision of the Superintendent of Buildings and Bridges, and/or a Drawtender of a bridge, the First Assistant Drawtender is in charge of and operates the drawbridge for the passing of watercraft.
Requisition ID
2022-23316
Dept.
Public Works Department
Salary Range Minimum
43,807.88
Salary Range Maximum
61,183.39
Location
PWD Bridges
Brief job description (essential functions of the job):   The Boston Public Library is seeking applicants for a part - time position in the Brighton Branch. Mature, dependable individuals are invited to apply. Daytime, evening, and weekend hours are available depending upon the needs of the department. Knowledge of one or more foreign languages is desirable.
Requisition ID
2022-23315
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Location
BPL Brighton Branch
General Description:    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.   The Supportive Housing Division at the Mayor’s Office of Housing is responsible for leading the collaborative effort to end homelessness in Boston.    Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Associate Deputy Director for Supportive Housing, the Senior Housing Officer is responsible for driving the system collaboration for ending homelessness among youth and young adults and for ensuring the homeless response system is effective and equitable for youth seeking pathways to housing and stability.    In addition, the position will be actively managing supportive housing and homeless contracts that fund programs run by partner agencies, including those funded through the City of Boston, City of Boston’s Continuum of Care (CoC) grant and Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) awards. These programs are pivotal resources to the City’s plan to prevent and end youth homelessness and determine pathways to housing for all people experiencing homelessness in Boston.    The incumbent will serve on the implementation team for Rising to the Challenge, and be responsible to assist with the coordination of internal and external programs and funding to ensure appropriate and efficient allocation of resources, and ultimately to assist with achievement of Divisional and City strategic goals.  
Requisition ID
2022-23303
Dept.
Office of Housing
Salary Range Minimum
76,143.23
Salary Range Maximum
111,049.62
Location
CITY OF BOSTON: DEPT OF NEIGH DEV (DND)
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.   The Supportive Housing Division at the Mayor’s Office of Housing is responsible for leading the collaborative effort to end homelessness in Boston.    Brief Job Description:   Under the supervision of the Assistant Director for Street Homelessness Initiatives or designee, the Senior Housing Officer for Street Homelessness Initiatives is responsible for the coordination of the unsheltered homelessness crisis response and housing intervention system for the City of Boston. This role manages the implementation, capacity building, and refinements of the community’s street outreach and housing solutions system.    The Senior Housing Officer is responsible for project managing housing assistance aligned to encampment mitigation and other street homelessness initiatives, which includes maintaining work plans, managing project scope and schedule, collaborating with partner agencies, managing the rehousing process at encampments or other locations not intended for human habitation, and reporting data and outcomes.    Additionally, they will assist the Assistant Director for Street Homelessness Initiatives and other colleagues and community partners to organize and support the City of Boston’s annual homeless census, also known as the Unsheltered Point-In-Time Count. The Senior Housing Officer will be part of implementation teams related to initiatives and plans on ending unsheltered homelessness, strategies to assist persons experiencing homelessness with high service needs, and to assist with the achievement of Divisional and City strategic goals as needed.    
Requisition ID
2022-23302
Dept.
Office of Housing
Salary Range Minimum
76,143.23
Salary Range Maximum
111,049.62
Location
CITY OF BOSTON: DEPT OF NEIGH DEV (DND)
Brief Job Description: The Chief of Operations is a leadership role at The Boston Public Library overseeing key functions of day-to-day operations, stewardship of library spaces and infrastructure, as well as a range of both incident response and planning & policy responsibilities. The Chief of Operations oversees all Library Facilities, including the historic central library in Copley Square, and currently a network of 25 branches throughout the city and an offsite collections storage facility.   Departments within the Operations portfolio include the Facilities department, Safety & Security, and the Major/Capital Projects Office. The Facilities Department teams include custodial staff, the shipping department, trades and laborers teams, as well as two major outsourced contracts for Security Services and MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing) Services, each with extensive on-site personnel.   Through smooth daily operations, the Library’s Operations Division supports the delivery of library services, secure Collections storage and management, the library’s special events business, as well as emergency and crisis response and planning activities. The Library’s facilities, which are a key part of the Library’s mission, must be maintained as welcoming, clean, safe, and dynamic spaces. The Chief of Operations role is the Library’s lead on climate and sustainability as it relates to our buildings and energy plans.     The Chief of Operations reports to the President and is a member of the Library's Leadership Team. The Chief of Operations is also responsible for system-wide space planning, infrastructure and project coordination, and operational policies as well as planning exercises that ensure continuity of operations, disaster preparedness and future space and infrastructure needs. The role works collaboratively with other City departments to ensure high quality, consistent and uninterrupted patron services.  Other responsibilities include fostering a positive work environment and developing operational efficiencies, through the use of processes and procedure development, technological support and human capacity building.   The Chief of Operations plays a key coordinating role with the Chief Technology Officer regarding the resilience and responsiveness of IT functions, including systemwide AV planning & support.   The Chief of Operations also prepares and manages budget and procurement activities for departments within the portfolio, in collaboration with the library’s Finance Division.     Reports to:President of the Boston Public Library  
Requisition ID
2022-23295
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
106,948.38
Salary Range Maximum
144,383.04
Location
BPL Directors Office - 2
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Responsible, together with the Program Manager and Site Administrator for implementing youth programs at the local level.
Requisition ID
2022-23288
Dept.
Boston Cntr - Youth & Families
Salary Range Minimum
41,971.37
Salary Range Maximum
56,558.02
Location
BCYF: PARIS STREET COMM CENTER
Post End Date
7/1/2023
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   The athletic assistant shall assist in the development/implementation and supervision of recreation programs, sports leagues, special programs/projects and other activities for all patrons. 
Requisition ID
2022-23287
Dept.
Boston Cntr - Youth & Families
Salary Range Minimum
35,907.68
Salary Range Maximum
48,375.21
Location
BCYF-Marshall Comm. Center
Post End Date
4/1/2023
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under general supervision, performs work of considerable difficulty in planning, supervising and coordinating community center programs and activities. 
Requisition ID
2022-23285
Dept.
Boston Cntr - Youth & Families
Salary Range Minimum
51,929.59
Salary Range Maximum
79,447.86
Location
BCYF: VINE STREET COMM CENTER
Post End Date
4/1/2023
This is a provisional appointment.    Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):    Under the direction of the Director of the Legal Division: The Senior Legal Asst will support lawyers with various legal tasks such as conducting legal research, drafting documents, and hearings.
Requisition ID
2022-23278
Dept.
Inspectional Services Dept
Salary Range Minimum
55,159.01
Salary Range Maximum
77,035.61
Location
Isd Administrative Div.
Post End Date
4/1/2023
Position Overivew Assists in format, design, and coding of library web sites and services content. Performs basic troubleshooting of web services and assists with maintenance of web applications.   Reports to Web Services Manager or delegate
Requisition ID
2022-23271
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
58,262.79
Salary Range Maximum
77,583.34
Location
BPL Digital Imaging Studio
Post End Date
3/4/2023
Position Overview Functions primarily as Tier 2 Technical Support, installs hardware I software and performs  full troubleshooting on personal computers, network computers, and peripheral computer components, provides coverage for Tier 1 Technical Support and provides backup coverage for Tech Central staff.   Reports to: Chief Technology Officer or delegate
Requisition ID
2022-23270
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
58,262.79
Salary Range Maximum
77,583.34
Location
BPL Data Processing - 2
Post End Date
4/1/2023
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
2022-23269
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
37,381.92
Salary Range Maximum
47,712.52
Location
BPL Binding
Brief Job Description:   The Treasury Department is seeking a Deputy Treasurer (Second Assistant Collector Treasurer), who will report directly to the First Assistant Collector Treasurer and will play a key role in the development of the Department’s strategy and priorities.  The ideal candidate will possess excellent supervisory, management and communication skills.   The Deputy Treasurer is responsible for the management and supervision of the Treasury Department and its divisions. The successful candidate must be ready to represent the Treasury Department in City Council hearings, interdepartmental meetings and external meetings. They also must be able to stand in for the First Assistance Collector Treasurer as needed. The Treasury Department is seeking to fill this position as soon as possible, and this position is designed to be in-person, and adheres to the City’s related policies.  
Requisition ID
2022-23256
Dept.
Treasury-Treasury Division
Salary Range Minimum
101,393.88
Salary Range Maximum
140,859.88
Location
Tre Treasury-Treasury
Post End Date
4/1/2023
Position Overview  Under the general direction of the Director of Library Services, and in specific collaboration with the library’s Chief Technology Officer and Chief of Communications, this role provides leadership for three essential service areas: the library’s digitization strategy & processes, digital engagement strategy, and the integrated online experience of the library across a range of platforms and technologies.    Digitization includes planning, development, and implementation of digitization activities and services, including digital imaging, digital repository development and maintenance. Digital engagement includes metadata oversight, description of collections, and public engagement and use of the Boston Public Library’s digital collections in support of improved public access and service. This includes the statewide digitization program of BPL as the Library for the Commonwealth. Online services include responsibility for the strategic direction, design, development, implementation, and operation of the library’s online services, primarily delivered on web and mobile platforms, prioritizing ease of access over preservation goals. This work is done in concert with the institution’s communications and marketing goals for the online world. Strategies for patron-facing and staff-facing solutions are based on both library information science best practices for Knowledge Management and Information Architecture as applied specifically to online solutions, as well as Marketing & Communications standards for online engagement. This role is seen as a critical leadership role as well as a hands-on management role, informed by the ideal of online library services as a 24-7 function. The role must embody a customer service philosophy based on delivering services that are user-friendly, responsive, and reliable.   Reports to Director of Library Services   Supervises Professional and support staff
Requisition ID
2022-23251
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
97,028.02
Salary Range Maximum
130,974.31
Location
BPL- Eastern Regional Library
Post End Date
5/6/2023
The Boston Parks and Recreation Department (BPRD) is responsible for the stewardship of the open space portfolio of more than 330 properties across the City of Boston. BPRD is the core agency that oversees the tracking, protection, maintenance and expansion of the City’s tree canopy, both in Parks and other City-owned open space, and in the public right of way.   In an effort to enhance Boston’s urban forest we are expanding the Urban Forestry Division within BPRD which will build and direct the division and work to ensure urban forestry principles and practices are incorporated into many public initiatives and plans, and become integrated into citywide operations.   Brief Job Description:   Reporting to the Director of Urban Forestry or a designee, the Executive Assistant for Urban Forestry will support the Urban Forestry Division in a variety of administrative tasks related to the operation of the division.   
Requisition ID
2022-23242
Dept.
Parks Department
Salary Range Minimum
57,298.50
Salary Range Maximum
87,282.13
Location
Parks Franklin Park
Post End Date
4/1/2023