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Reporting to the Community Preservation Director, the Manager of Projects and Planning (MPP) will help manage the monitoring of affordable housing, historic preservation, and open space and recreation projects with the City of Boston Community Preservation Office. The CPA MPP will ​work closely with the CPA Director to create planning strategies and help implement new initiatives proposed by the Community Preservation Committee (CPC) and the CPA Office. The aim is to accomplish the objectives outlined in the annual Community Preservation Plan which will bring positive impacts to Boston's residents and neighborhoods. The MPP 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 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 sends the recommendations to the City Council for a public hearing and final vote.
Requisition ID
2023-25352
Dept.
Treasury-Treasury Division
Salary Range Minimum
84,148.40
Salary Range Maximum
119,695.32
Location
Tre Treasury-Treasury
Post End Date
2/21/2024
Under the direction of the Chief of Collections Strategy, coordinates all aspects of system-wide collection development, focusing on circulating and general reference collections.  Provides strong and effective leadership to selectors and subject specialists in the management and coordination of the Library’s general collections at all age levels.  Creates and implements collection guidelines.    Provides system-wide leadership regarding all aspects of collection development.  Supervises Collection Development and Reader Services.   Plans and directs use of circulating materials budget.   Reports to Chief of Collections Strategy   Supervises Professional and support staff
Requisition ID
2023-25348
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
85,006.67
Salary Range Maximum
110,986.24
Location
Collection Development
Post End Date
2/21/2024
Position Overview: The position of Community History and Digitization Specialist is a two-year, grant-funded position created in partnership between the Boston Public Library and Northeastern University.   Under the provisions of a grant in support of the Northeastern University Library Boston Research Center (BRC), the Community History and Digitization Specialist will assist in cultivating and maintaining relationships with select community organizations in East Boston, Chinatown, Roxbury, and the South End in order to develop community-driven research projects using archival and other historical materials.  This potentially includes identifying and delivering historic records and data sets into proper workflows for deposit into the Massachusetts Digital Commonwealth’s statewide repository system, the Northeastern University Library’s repository system, or other online platforms.  The position also will perform any and all phases of work in support of grant-related neighborhood programming and outreach services in Boston Public Library (BPL) locations and in designated neighborhood locations.   Reports to: Boston Public Library Community History Supervisor.   Supervises: As assigned, professional and support staff.
Requisition ID
2023-25347
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
63,508.52
Salary Range Maximum
82,826.30
Location
BPL Office - 4
Post End Date
2/22/2024
Brief job description (essential functions of the job):   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
2023-25339
Dept.
Boston Public Library
Salary Range Minimum
44,564.95
Salary Range Maximum
56,905.10
Location
BPL: PARKER HILL BRANCH
Post End Date
2/21/2024
This is a provisional appointment.   Under general supervision, the Police Clerk & Typist will be assigned to District B-2.  
Requisition ID
2023-25324
Dept.
Boston Police Department
Salary Range Minimum
39,142.79
Salary Range Maximum
54,590.75
Location
BPD: B-2 YOUTH SERVICES
Post End Date
2/18/2024
WHO WE ARE   The mission of the Mayor’s Office of Economic Opportunity and Inclusion is to make Boston a national model of economic equity for working people, entrepreneurs, businesses, and investors by implementing sustainable solutions that repair economic harm and help build generational wealth for disadvantaged communities, foster local talent and innovative ideas, make city-sponsored opportunities more transparent and accessible, and strengthen the partnership between the City and local organizations, thereby enhancing the quality of life for all Bostonians and the experience for all visitors.   WHAT WE’RE LIKE This is not your typical 9-5. We are a growing department with a transformative mission and startup environment, led by a team of passionate individuals who are committed to achieving the urgent and important goal of eliminating the racial wealth gap and making the city more inclusive for all. With that in mind, you can look forward to a work culture that is: - Mission-driven: We are committed to excellence in all we do and put in the time and effort required to achieve our goals, no matter how long it takes. - Empowering: We believe in supporting leaders who are forward-thinking, independent, risk-takers, and confident. - Collaborative: We understand that our work is interrelated and interdependent. We don’t operate in silos. - Supportive: We create an environment that provides the physical, emotional, and intellectual space and tools to accomplish your tasks and exceed internal and external expectations. - Innovative: We know it’s better to work smart and are always seeking creative ways to move us closer to our goals and leverage new ways of learning and working together. WHAT YOU’LL DO   The Business Strategy Manager will manage relationships and business development opportunities in key industries for the City of Boston in the Business Strategy Unit of the Mayor’s Office of Economic Opportunity & Inclusion (OEOI). The Business Strategy Unit is charged with attracting, retaining, growing and strengthening businesses across key sectors in the Boston business ecosystem.  For this position, the Business Strategy Industry reflects businesses of all sizes (from the startup phase to large companies) in pharmaceutical sales and manufacturing, research and development in biotechnology, fintech, clean tech, physical, engineering, health and life sciences, analytical laboratory instrument manufacturing, testing laboratories, hospitals, research universities, medical test laboratories, medical device sales and manufacturing. The successful incumbent will work collaboratively with representatives across the Greater Boston innovation ecosystem to ensure that Boston remains a competitive and welcoming business location.
Requisition ID
2023-25319
Dept.
Off of Eco Opp & Incl
Salary Range Minimum
70,017.53
Salary Range Maximum
101,965.10
Location
ASD-Min & Womens Bus. Office
Post End Date
2/21/2024
This is a provisional appointment. Brief Job Description (essential function of the job): Under general supervision, interprets policies, rules and regulations.
Requisition ID
2023-25313
Dept.
Inspectional Services Dept
Salary Range Minimum
47,123.81
Salary Range Maximum
72,241.73
Location
Isd Housing Division
Post End Date
2/17/2024
This is a provisional appointment. Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job): Under general supervision, interprets policies, rules and regulations.
Requisition ID
2023-25311
Dept.
Inspectional Services Dept
Salary Range Minimum
40,304.52
Salary Range Maximum
56,290.54
Location
Isd Administrative Div.
Post End Date
2/17/2024
The Mayor's Office of Emergency Management (OEM) coordinates the City's homeland security and emergency management programs.  OEM's Mission is to enhance the City of Boston and Metro-Boston Homeland Security Region's capacity to prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover from major emergencies.  Working in close partnership with Boston's public safety and public health agencies, OEM plans and prepares for emergencies, educates the public about preparedness, conducts training exercises and drills, and performs other services to support the City and Region’s overall preparedness. OEM follows an all-hazards approach, preparing for emergencies of different types - whether they be natural or man-made.   The GIS/Situation Unit Analyst is assigned to develop and maintain situational awareness tools and systems that support OEM’s emergency preparedness, response and recovery efforts. Establishing a common operating picture and situational awareness is an essential component of any emergency management program, and this position will be tasked with leading these efforts for OEM and with our regional partners. The GIS/Situation Unit Analyst will maintain and enhance current planning and operational tools, while also seeking to advance OEM and City of Boston situational awareness capabilities.
Requisition ID
2023-25308
Dept.
Emergency Management
Salary Range Minimum
70,698.10
Salary Range Maximum
96,228.50
Location
May Mayors Office
Post End Date
2/18/2024
Under the direction of the Maintenance Repairperson Foreperson, the Locksmith has broad responsibilities relative to managing and maintaining the locking and keying system in City Hall and all off-premise sites under the care and custody of the Property Management Department.   The City of Boston Property Management Department's (PMD) mission is to manage, maintain, repair, and provide security for the City's municipal buildings, including City Hall and Faneuil Hall; to preserve the useful life of City facilities and reduce operating costs through effective preventative maintenance measures.
Requisition ID
2023-25300
Dept.
Property Management
Salary Range Minimum
57,843.14
Salary Range Maximum
80,707.24
Location
Prm Property Management
Post End Date
2/17/2024
The Director of Planning and Grantmaking is responsible for assessing community needs and service gaps, program planning, funding prioritization, strategic partnership development, and capacity-building across Boston's aging services network.
Requisition ID
2023-25298
Dept.
Age Strong
Salary Range Minimum
84,148.40
Salary Range Maximum
119,695.32
Location
Comm Elderly Affairs
Post End Date
2/17/2024
*This is a Labor Service position.   INDIVIDUALS WISHING TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION MUST COMPLETE THE CIVIL SERVICE LABOR SERVICE REGISTRATION PROCESS FOR THE POSITION AT http://www.mass.gov/hrd/macs IN ADDITION TO COMPLETING THE CITY OF BOSTON CAREER CENTER APPLICATION.     Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under general supervision, operates one of a variety of heavy and special motor equipment of five (5) tons or over.  Makes minor adjustments to equipment and when not driving, shall perform the duties of a Laborer (Park) and does related work as required.  
Requisition ID
2023-25289
Dept.
Parks Department
Salary Range Minimum
40,304.52
Salary Range Maximum
52,042.00
Location
Parks Franklin Park
Post End Date
2/10/2024
THIS IS A PART-TIME POSITION OF 15 HOURS PER WEEK. This is a provisional appointment.    Under the direction of the Community Service Officer, the School Traffic Supervisor will perform seasonal work in connection with regulating vehicular traffic at intersections and crosswalks throughout the City.
Requisition ID
2023-25288
Dept.
Boston Police Department
Salary Range Minimum
13,003.64
Salary Range Maximum
16,295.30
Location
BPD Police Field Services
Post End Date
2/22/2024
Under the direction of the Senior Director of Admin & Finance, the incumbent acts in a confidential capacity and serves as the Director of Human Resources for the Department to ensure effective personnel management and the development of human resource programs.  Leads all processes related to human resources and payroll functions of the Department
Requisition ID
2023-25257
Dept.
Age Strong
Salary Range Minimum
77,085.65
Salary Range Maximum
111,442.57
Location
Comm Elderly Affairs
Post End Date
2/9/2024
The Dispatcher plays a key role at the Age Strong Shuttle serving as a key communicator and problem solver. The position is responsible for efficiently managing day-of dispatch operations.
Requisition ID
2023-25224
Dept.
Age Strong
Salary Range Minimum
40,304.52
Salary Range Maximum
56,290.54
Location
Comm Elderly Affairs
Post End Date
2/9/2024
The Boston Transportation Department (BTD) is seeking a Zero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) Programs Manager to plan and implement initiatives that help the City’s ambitious mode-shift and emissions reduction goals. This position will lead the City’s commitment to provide publicly accessible EV charging within a 10 minute walk for all Bostonians by 2030.   Reporting to the Director of Policy and Planning or their designee, the ZEV Programs Manager will be responsible for managing all aspects of EV charging station deployment; providing technical support and education on ZEV programs and policies; supporting the New Mobility Team in increasing the use of EV car share, e-bikes, e-cargo bikes, and other e-micromobility, and envisioning and planning for the growth of Boston’s ZEV programs. The selected candidate will be expected to work with communities throughout Boston’s neighborhoods to further our climate justice and public health goals.   The position requires basic knowledge of and experience with EV charging services and infrastructure as well as a passion for developing partnerships with a diverse set of stakeholders including local utilities, consultants, general contractors, local businesses, providers of EV charging services, and other city departments; and ensuring equitable access to EV charging infrastructure. This position does not have specific supervisory responsibilities but may, when needed, instruct, and train support personnel.
Requisition ID
2023-25201
Dept.
Traffic Division
Salary Range Minimum
63,517.01
Salary Range Maximum
95,115.57
Location
Btd Policy&Planning
Post End Date
2/3/2024
Under the direction of the Executive Director of People and Culture, 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 experience with the Office of Human Resources across our entire workforce, and make the City of Boston a more equitable, supportive, and competitive employer. Projects will include, but are not limited to; systems implementation and project tasks related to HR Information Technology, creation of workflow maps and process improvement for OHR, and creation of a policy tracker. 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
2023-25191
Dept.
ASD Human Resources
Salary Range Minimum
77,085.65
Salary Range Maximum
111,442.57
Location
ASD-Human Resources
Post End Date
1/28/2024
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under the supervision of an employee of a higher grade in the Fire Prevention Division, interprets policies, rules and regulations and is responsible for the electronic scheduling and assignment of certificates, licenses, registrations, smoke and carbon monoxide detector inspections, permits (building, construction, etc.), and monitoring and tracking the completion of inspections. Receives requests for inspections and schedules inspections electronically using permitting Hansen software. Performs data entry during the scheduling process; electronically prepares the certificate to be issued to the customer and assigns the appropriate fee for the inspection. Strong customer service skills are required to increase daily inspection capacity with technical skills and attention to detail to process the transactions more efficiently and accurately.
Requisition ID
2023-25188
Dept.
Boston Fire Department
Salary Range Minimum
40,304.52
Salary Range Maximum
56,290.54
Location
BFD-Fire Prevention Civilian
Post End Date
2/4/2024
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under the general supervision of the Assistant Commissioner of Planning and Zoning, Inspectional Services Department.
Requisition ID
2023-25168
Dept.
Inspectional Services Dept
Salary Range Minimum
84,148.40
Salary Range Maximum
122,687.95
Location
Isd Plans&Examination Division
Post End Date
1/21/2024
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
2023-25138
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
1/20/2024