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The Community History & Digitization Specialist participates in the Boston Public Library’s Community History projects, including development of community-driven research projects using archival and other historical materials, working with underserved communities to identify and amplify their personal histories, identifying and delivering historic records and data sets into proper workflows for deposit into the Massachusetts Digital Commonwealth’s statewide repository system, and providing educational pathways for the public to use the library’s digitized local history collections for learning and research. The position also conducts the work of neighborhood programming and outreach services related to local history in Boston Public Library (BPL) locations and in designated neighborhood locations.
Community History Supervisor
Staff as assigned
The Assistant Director of Health Benefits & Insurance plays a crucial supporting role within the Health Benefits & Insurance department of the City of Boston. This position assists the Director in the oversight and management of administering the health, life, and, ancillary benefits for approximately 50,000 City of Boston employees and retirees. In addition to taking a lead role in the development and implementation of wellness initiatives, the Assistant Director will contribute to the strategic planning, administration, and communication of benefits, ensuring they align with the city's objectives and meet the diverse needs of our workforce.
The City of Boston is seeking an exceptional leader to serve as Executive Director of the Office of Police Accountability and Transparency (OPAT) to advance police oversight and reform in the City of Boston. The Executive Director will lead a staff of 15 as the head of the department and cabinet. OPAT was established in 2020 to provide a single point of entry for individuals with concerns or complaints related to the Boston Police Department (BPD) and its officers and sworn personnel to be heard and responded to.
The OPAT Executive Director will oversee all operations of the department; including management of staff, development of policy, and all necessary relationship building to advance the goals of OPAT. Upon appointment, the Executive Director will also serve as a member of the OPAT Commission, one of OPAT’s three boards. The Executive Director should be a member of the Massachusetts bar, but shall not practice law while serving in this role. The Executive Director should have robust managerial experience and must reside in the City of Boston while serving in this role.
The City of Boston is seeking a Community Grantmaking Coordinator to join the Procurement Department to support grantmaking to community-based organizations in Boston. This individual will report to the Manager of Community Grantmaking and assist City departments with the grant application and review processes, engage with community stakeholders, and help ensure that the City’s resources are effectively distributed to organizations making a difference in the community.
Grantmaking by City Departments has increased significantly in recent years due to additional investments in the Operating Budget and an influx of recovery funds from the State and Federal governments, and today, the City operates over 30 grantmaking programs with various processes and procedures.
This is a provisional appointment.
Reporting to the Commander of the District, or an assigned designee, the Detectives Clerk will be assigned to District A-1 and will work closely and cooperatively with District Detectives to assist with daily functions.
This is a provisional appointment.
Under the direction of the Financials Application Manager, this position will support the PeopleSoft (BAIS - Boston Administrative Information System) Accounts Receivable, Billing and Loan Management (bolt-on) modules and related functions in a manner that ensures the maximization of delivered functionality and the efficient and effective use of the application by the City of Boston.
The Department of Innovation and Technology, in partnership with the Administration and Finance Cabinet for the City of Boston, is looking for an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, organized and collaborative Analyst to join our BAIS team.
As a member of a highly-collaborative team managing the City’s Financials technology solutions, the Business Analyst will work closely with the functional analysts, developers and stakeholders to research and assess new functionality and business process improvements, and move new features and enhancements to our production environment, and ensures they are adopted in a timely and efficient manner. This position will work closely with the project director, project managers, technical resources, change managers, business stakeholders and leadership.
We are looking for an innovative individual who is knowledgeable of best practice business processes and procedures and can provide clear communication, training, and assessments to ensure the changes associated within the PeopleSoft Update Manager (PUM) Images provide users with an experience that is highly useful and widely adopted across all City of Boston departments.
Under the direct supervision of the Regional Operations Manager, directs and administers a Community Center program which addresses community needs through a variety of services.
This is a provisional appointment
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The Department of Innovation and Technology is looking for a Senior Performance Coach to join our growing Analytics Team.
As part of a highly-collaborative group using data to improve all aspects of city government, the Senior Performance Coach will serve as a consultant for departments in evaluating, planning, and implementing improvements in processes, practices, and organizational effectiveness. Successful candidates will have experience in leading and facilitating process improvement projects with a record of successful implementation. The Senior Performance Coach will also assist in developing process improvement policies and structures and seek out opportunities for learning that will complement the team’s existing capabilities, provide expert guidance to city staff, and assist in training, mentoring, and hands-on assistance as needed.
The Analytics team is a diverse group of analysts, data scientists, project managers, developers, and engineers with a range of skills and backgrounds, working together to use data to improve life for those who live and work in Boston. The Senior Performance Coach will fulfill the responsibilities listed below and bring a collaborative spirit that will strengthen and expand the team’s overall range of abilities.
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.
To support this continuous reform, the Procurement Department seeks a Data Analyst to join the Procurement Planning and Support Services team. Reporting to the Director, the Data Analyst will combine modern data analysis and visualizations with a deeply engaged approach to performance improvement and change management. The Data Analyst will work with Departments across the City to drive data-based initiatives that will directly contribute to operational and technical improvements. This includes developing and enhancing both current and new data collection tools, queries, and dashboards that enhance the Department’s ability to report on the City Procurement (contract data, spending data, vendor registration, etc.) and improve the Procurement process for internal users (buying plans, contract management, etc.).
Incumbents are responsible for providing advocacy services to older adults, which may include providing information and referral, processing benefit applications, conducting home visits, preparing reports, selling taxi coupons, monitoring follow-ups, and performing related duties.
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. DoIT is seeking a Platform Administrator with expertise in planning, implementing, and sustaining one or more enterprise software platforms for the City of Boston. The purpose of this position is to achieve the best possible fit between a service operation and a platform’s technical capabilities, so that employees in service roles can deliver exceptionally good service experiences.
The Platform Administrator is an individual contributor focused on the smooth functioning of our platform(s), ensuring that vital systems are reliable, performant, and responsive to the City’s needs. The Platform Administrator will know the ins and outs of the platform(s) in their portfolio and will advise DoIT on solutions that will lead to the best outcomes for all users. This role will work with the DoIT staff, outside vendors, and various city departments. The right candidate will have a technology background and will be comfortable managing multiple platform integrations, data pipelines, and complex user/group administration.
The Boston Public Library is seeking applicants for part - time positions in the Central Branch Borrower Services department. 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.
This position develops and implements marketing activities to increase Age Strong’s visibility assisting with partnership cultivation, sponsorship, and grant writing, as well as nurturing new and old relationships with collaborative partners.
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. On the Digital Services team, we believe these experiences should be easy to navigate, dignified, and even delightful. The Digital Services team within 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 the Senior UX Designer / Researcher, you will create service experiences that are designed around the people that use them. This is a multidisciplinary design role where you’ll use the full range of your experience, exercising your skills in service design, research, digital strategy and product design. You’ll collaborate with teammates and stakeholders to build services that are simple and easy-to-use for staff, residents and businesses.
You’ll be a champion for user needs, improve business processes and streamline systems. You’ll work with a cross-functional team to analyze services, conduct user research, map user experiences across channels (for both staff and the public), communicate ideas, and lead change management. You will work directly with City departments, and must have strong communication and relationship management skills.
The Senior UX Designer / Researcher comes with solid experience managing multi-stakeholder projects, developing and executing human-centered research plans, conducting fieldwork, capturing and synthesizing information from various stakeholders, and analyzing and developing key insights that can lead to actionable solutions and measurable outcomes.
This is a provisional appointment.
Under the general direction of the Director of the Occupational Health Services Unit, the Case Manager performs work of considerable difficulty managing claims of work-related injuries and processing medical bills in accordance with M.G.L. c.41, section 100 including the medical indemnification program for all medical expenses incurred as a result of on-duty injuries.
Responsible for performing original and complex copy cataloging including bibliographic description, subject analysis, classification, and authority control for materials in all formats in accordance with established local and national policies, procedures, and standards. Advanced cataloging skills for serials will be required as needed. Special language competencies and/or subject knowledge will be required as needed.
Cataloging and Processing Supervisor or delegate
As assigned, professional and support staff
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 books and other materials, maintaining the book and other materials collections, maintaining/troubleshooting equipment, typing/word processing, and filing.
The Director of Investigations is responsible for overseeing all aspects of investigations of housing discrimination and enforcement of local and federal laws governing the Fair Housing Commission. Performs this function to ensure that the Office effectively engages and serves residents, especially the most vulnerable, and advocates for fair housing and equity, to reach the Office’s mission: to address discrimination and ensure fair access to housing, public services, accommodations, and participation in activities for all people of Boston.
The Age Strong Shuttle Driver provides door-to-door transportation service to Boston’s older adults. The Driver is responsible for providing prompt, courteous and safe transit to passengers while following traffic laws, and pre-scheduled routes.
The Boston Public Library is seeking applicants for a part - time position in the Mattapan 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.