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Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):     Under the direct supervision of the Construction Manager, the Construction Supervisor is responsible for all construction management activities for projects of moderate to substantial complexity, in compliance with all relevant city, state, federal, and other appropriate regulations.
Requisition ID
2022-22231
Dept.
Office of Housing
Salary Range Minimum
56,693.45
Salary Range Maximum
83,269.50
Location
CITY OF BOSTON: DEPT OF NEIGH DEV (DND)
Post End Date
8/20/2022
Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under the direction of the Deputy Chief of Human Human Services: Develops and implements strategies for outreach, community engagement and public awareness. In collaboration with OHHS departments, develops and manages marketing/communications vehicles to promote cabinet programs, services and events.
Requisition ID
2022-22200
Dept.
Health & Human Servs
Location
BCC-Central Office
Post End Date
7/16/2022
Brief Job Description:   The City Clerk is the official record keeper of the City of Boston. Appointed by the Boston City Council for a three-year term, the City Clerk performs those duties prescribed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the ordinances of the City of Boston and other such duties as directed by the Boston City Council. The City Clerk acts as the parliamentarian of the Council and is responsible for preparing and maintaining City Council documents and postings of all notifications of meetings of Boston municipal bodies. The City Clerk also oversees the work of the Archives Commission and administers the City of Boston’s Lobbyist Registration Ordinance.
Requisition ID
2022-22194
Dept.
City Clerk
Location
CCL City Clerk
Post End Date
6/5/2022
This is a provisional appointment. Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job): Under general supervision with latitude for independent judgment, performs a wide variety of administrative and clerical functions of moderate difficulty as designated by the Payroll Supervisor.   
Requisition ID
2022-22192
Dept.
Office of Streets
Salary Range Minimum
48,293.40
Salary Range Maximum
67,447.44
Location
Boston City Hall
Post End Date
6/7/2022
THIS IS A SIX (6) MONTHS SUMMER AND FALL SEASON ONLY POSITION.    Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Role   The City of Boston seeks to hire twenty (20) Community Ambassadors to engage, inform, and assist the members of Boston’s community who are most directly impacted by gun and gang violence. Community Ambassadors work in diverse neighborhoods to promote safety and connect people to services. Community Ambassadors will report to the Mayor’s Senior Policy Advisor for Public Safety, and work in partnership with the Boston Housing Authority, Boston Public Health Commission, Human Services Cabinet and representatives from the City’s Street Outreach, Advocacy, and Response (SOAR) to ensure that our approach is effective and integrated into our broader framework.   Scope of Work   The Twenty (20) Community Ambassador positions are seasonal employment for a six (6) month period commitment providing coverage through the summer months and into the first quarter of the school year, two (2) periods during which  shootings and homicides generally tend to increase.   Community Ambassadors will work in two (2)-person teams (with a total of ten teams). Ambassadors will work on-site from a vetted referral group, and will support community members in their transition from high risk activity to resourced and engaged community work. Both the City’s Street Outreach, Advocacy, and Response team (SOAR) and the Safe and Successful Youth Initiative (SSYI) have extensive touch point and case management matrices that this team will seek to utilize, both to create synergy and to allow for a smooth transition/continuation of services.  - Tier A will serve individuals and families within the BHA footprint and communities who have been disproportionately impacted by gun violence (Humboldt corridor). - Tier B will serve the juvenile/young adult populations within BPS, DYS, and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office department of juvenile diversion under the age of 21. - Tier C will focus exclusively on case management and intervention strategies for proven gang members who are driving violence between the ages of 21-24. - Tier D will engage with the gang population aged 25+ looking to transition fully from active membership.  Framework The City of Boston’s public safety framework focuses on addressing violence through the public health and equity lenses of prevention, intervention and response. The City works to address the social determinants of violence and create pathways to opportunities for all Bostonians. Through enhanced and intentional communication and coordination between internal departments and our external community partners, we seek to maximize impact and more effectively respond to community needs.
Requisition ID
2022-22186
Dept.
Health & Human Servs
Location
BCC-Central Office
THIS IS A TEMPORARY, SUMMER ONLY POSITION.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job): As a member of the Camp Joy Staff and under the supervision of the Assistant Supervisor, the Camp Joy Counselor is responsible to assist the Assistant Supervisor in all aspects of the Camp Joy program.
Requisition ID
2022-22185
Dept.
Boston Cntr - Youth & Families
Location
BCC-Central Office
Post End Date
8/13/2022
Brief Job Description:   Context and Background Under the supervision of the Chief of Arts and Culture and working closely with the City Hall Plaza Oversight Committee, the Plaza Ambassador will implement the mission and vision of the plaza through year-round programming. Mission and Vision of the Plaza As the epicenter of civic activity, Boston City Hall Plaza is a place for inspiration, convening, and celebration. It will serve as an invitation for social, cultural, and political participation for and from all Bostonians. As a welcoming point of engagement with residents, visitors and newcomers, we see this space as an evolving place to play, relax, gather and enjoy a shared experience.  Value statements: - We will create fertile ground for a spectrum of diverse programming that reflects the many cultures and people of Boston - We will foster cultural and artistic expressions in line with our equity goals and the Boston Creates Cultural Plan - We will model sustainability and resilience in both infrastructure, environment and practice - We will prioritize accessibility for all ages and abilities - We will provide flexible and accommodating event venues that will attract diverse audiences - We will mobilize likely and unlikely partners, collaborate across institutions and sectors, to unite Boston’s cultural scene/civic space - We will encourage and inspire excitement, wonder and delight - We will reflect and be responsive, adapting this space to fit modern needs - We will use this space to inspire civic imagination and experimentation - We will welcome and celebrate visitors from all backgrounds  - We will reflect the spirit and diversity of our city in our language, programming and approach to the plaza - We will acknowledge the history of the land in which we operate on
Requisition ID
2022-22183
Dept.
Office of Arts & Culture
Salary Range Minimum
73,712.53
Salary Range Maximum
97,933.68
Location
Boston City Hall
Post End Date
7/16/2022
THIS IS A SEASONAL SUMMER ONLY POSITION.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   As a member of the Camp Joy staff and under the direct supervision of the Camp Joy Supervisor, the Camp Joy Assistant Supervisor is responsible for group supervision, group management, and childcare in the absence of or as directed by the Site Supervisor.
Requisition ID
2022-22182
Dept.
Boston Cntr - Youth & Families
Location
BCC-Central Office
Post End Date
8/13/2022
THIS IS A TEMPORARY, SUMMER ONLY POSITION.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   As a member of the Camp Joy staff and under the supervision of the Camp Joy Program Manager or designee, the Camp Joy Nurse is responsible for the health and safety of the campers at his/her site and in following policies and procedures. The nurse is responsible to promote health awareness within the camp.
Requisition ID
2022-22181
Dept.
Boston Cntr - Youth & Families
Location
BCC-Central Office
Post End Date
7/23/2022
THIS IS A SEASONAL SUMMER ONLY POSITION.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   As a member of the Camp Joy Staff and under the supervision of the Camp Joy Program Manager or designee, the Camp Joy Supervisor is responsible for the daily operations of the site in which he/she is assigned and for the health and safety of all the campers, staff, and volunteers, at his/her site.
Requisition ID
2022-22180
Dept.
Boston Cntr - Youth & Families
Location
BCC-Central Office
Post End Date
7/23/2022
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   Under the direction of the Sr. Traffic Engineer, the Traffic Signal Inspector supervises, inspects, tests and documents traffic signal related work performed by City staff and/or contractors, testing and documentation of results for local signal, loop and fiber communications cable as necessary.
Requisition ID
2022-22179
Dept.
Traffic Division
Salary Range Minimum
52,233.62
Salary Range Maximum
72,949.98
Location
Btd Traffic Management
Post End Date
6/19/2022
Brief Job Description:   The Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture (MOAC) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Director of Grants & Programs. This is a leadership position in the office and requires strategy development aligning with the City’s cultural plan, Boston Creates, as well as deep relationship building with other City departments as well as across Boston’s arts and culture sector.   The Director of Grants & Programs is responsible for the strategy and implementation of MOAC’s grants to individual artists and organizations, public programs, workshops/technical assistance for artists, and programmatic partnerships. This is a unique opportunity for an arts administration professional to combine a passion for arts and culture with the opportunity of providing important leadership at a pivotal moment in the city’s cultural development. This position reports to and works closely with the Chief of Arts and Culture.
Requisition ID
2022-22146
Dept.
Office of Arts & Culture
Salary Range Minimum
73,712.53
Salary Range Maximum
97,933.68
Location
Boston City Hall
Post End Date
7/16/2022
Brief Job Description:   The Director of HR Shared Services leads and manages the delivery of Human Resources, HR Information Technology, and Contact Center services for employees across all City departments. Collaborating with departmental leadership, this position oversees centralized services spanning recruiting, hiring, onboarding, and compensation transactions, policies, and processes. This position is accountable for managing people and deploying resources.   This role also sets the vision and strategy for the team to optimize efficiencies, create consistency in quality of practices, set and monitor key performance indicators, and ensure organizational compliance, while maintaining a customer focus. The Director leads the team in providing timely and appropriate handling of call center requests, supports managers, and contributes to business continuity. This position will work with the HR Transformation Director to implement and establish the new HR Operating Model and be a member of the OHR Senior Staff.
Requisition ID
2022-22142
Dept.
ASD Human Resources
Salary Range Minimum
103,241.21
Salary Range Maximum
135,056.29
Location
Boston City Hall
Post End Date
8/18/2022
Brief Job Description (essential functions of the position):    The Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) is a national leader in affordable housing and community development, and optimizes Federal, State, and City resources to make Boston the most livable city in the nation. Our programs, ranging from mixed-used, mixed-income housing development, to business and economic development, repurposing City-owned land, and creating community parks and gardens ensure that Boston is a place where our residents and businesses can thrive. Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director for Compliance or designee, the Compliance Monitor will be responsible for performing monitoring tasks and developing and implementing procedures and systems to insure that MOH programs are in compliance with federal, state and local grant regulations.
Requisition ID
2022-22141
Dept.
Office of Housing
Salary Range Minimum
51,821.15
Salary Range Maximum
77,043.64
Location
CITY OF BOSTON: DEPT OF NEIGH DEV (DND)
Post End Date
8/12/2022
  This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job): Under general supervision, independently perform complex and varied professional accounting, auditing, and financial analysis work related to accounts, financial activities, and business processes throughout the City. Work requires the application of accounting theories, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), and standards (Government Accounting Standards Board, GASB), and use of the City’s automated financial systems to research, analyze, and report on accounts and financial activities citywide and for all City agencies.
Requisition ID
2022-22140
Dept.
Auditing Department
Salary Range Minimum
62,271.58
Salary Range Maximum
93,250.56
Location
Auditing Department
Post End Date
8/13/2022
This is a provisional appointment. Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job): Oversees and coordinates all financial reporting aspects of the Accounting Program. Serves as a first-line supervisor of professional accounting analysts. Work requires the application of accounting theories, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and standards Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB), and use of the City’s automated financial systems to research, analyze, and report on accounts and financial activities citywide.
Requisition ID
2022-22139
Dept.
Auditing Department
Salary Range Minimum
68,644.64
Salary Range Maximum
102,465.04
Location
Auditing Department
Post End Date
8/18/2022
Brief Job Description (essential functions of the job):   In December 2016, the City of Boston released its first comprehensive vulnerability assessment and resilience plan called Climate Ready Boston. The plan’s primary goal is to prepare Boston for rising sea levels, increased precipitation, and more frequent and intense heat-waves associated with climate change. Since then, the City has advanced on several goals, such as neighborhood resilience planning in East Boston, Charlestown, South Boston, Downtown, and Dorchester, and the initial implementation of those plans. Continued implementation of additional strategies includes integrating preparedness and climate change projections into all municipal projects, planning, and permit review. Coordinating Boston’s preparedness activities with related work by other municipalities, regional authorities, offices of the Commonwealth and working with business, institutional, non-profit, and neighborhood groups to ensure that all parts of the Boston community have the knowledge, support, and resources necessary to reduce their vulnerability to the increasing risks associated with climate change.
Requisition ID
2022-22137
Dept.
Environment Department
Salary Range Minimum
61,314.01
Salary Range Maximum
84,736.95
Location
Environment Department
Post End Date
8/13/2022
Brief Job Description:   PFD seeks a Training and Compliance Specialist to assist the department in creating and maintaining a reference library and training program for all groups within the department. The Training and Compliance Specialist will report to the Assistant Director for Administration and Finance and will be responsible for the following job duties:
Requisition ID
2022-22127
Dept.
Public Facilities Department
Salary Range Minimum
59,228.82
Salary Range Maximum
82,649.03
Location
Public Facilities - 26 Court St
Post End Date
8/13/2022
This is a provisional appointment.   Brief Job Description:   Under the Director of the Waste Reduction Program Manager, the Zero Waste Programming Coordinator is responsible for organizing and executing a wide bariety of public recycling programs. 
Requisition ID
2022-22120
Dept.
Public Works Department
Salary Range Minimum
56,175.00
Salary Range Maximum
85,570.72
Location
Pwd Sanitary
Post End Date
6/3/2022
Brief Job Description:   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. This requires a range of activities, including but not limited to process mapping and re-engineering, change management, policy and procedure creation and rollout, and identifyies opportunities for the improvement of existing tools. In this role, the successful incumbent will support the Procurement Department in the design and execution of this program and work with City departments to execute specific procurements. The Procurement Analyst will provide departments with guidance and best practices, looking for common elements across departments with an eye towards standardization.    
Requisition ID
2022-22109
Dept.
Office of Admin & Finance
Salary Range Minimum
68,644.64
Salary Range Maximum
102,465.04
Location
ASD-Chief Operating Officer
Post End Date
8/10/2022