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November 25, 2013
** PRIMARY WATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR **
The Primary Water Treatment Plant Operator is responsible for the proper operation and maintenance of the water well and treatment facilities and the wastewater pumping facilities. These facilities include the wells, the pumping units, the aerators, the filtration tanks, the comminutors, the chemical feed systems, and the disinfection systems. The operator is responsible for testing the water characteristics so as to accurately maintain the proper dosages of the applied chemicals. The operator is responsible for keeping accurate and complete records of the pumping and treatment process operations and maintenance. The position is also responsible for other related assignments as required, including the plowing of snow.
Requirements: Possession of a valid Massachusetts Drinking Water Supply Operator Certification of Grade 2 Treatment. Education and experience requirements are determined by the Board of Certification of Operators of Drinking Water Supply Facilities and are outlined on the Education and Experience Requirements Worksheet for Operator Grade and Status. Possession of a valid Massachusetts Class B CDL with airbrakes endorsement. One to three years of supervisory experience. Basic knowledge of personal computers, SCADA equipment and electricity. Effective oral communications skills. Demonstrated ability to operate and perform maintenance on motor equipment.
The pay range is $20.35 to $26.41/hour. To apply, submit a Town job application or a cover letter and resume to the Human Resources Department, 525 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02482 or e-mail as a Word document of PDF to email@example.com by December 17, 2013. AA/EOE
** ON-CALL LOCAL BUILDING INSPECTOR **
Responsibilities of this on-call position include assisting the Building Inspector in enforcing the provisions of 780 Code of Massachusetts Regulations (CMR) R7; enforcing the Town’s Zoning Bylaw and any other applicable Town Bylaws; reviewing applications and inspecting building construction prior to issuing permits for new construction, alterations, or repairs. In accordance with the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 143, Section 3, each local inspector shall have had at least 5 years experience in the supervision of building construction or design or in the alternative a 2 year Associates Degree in a field related to building construction or design, or any combination of education and experience which would confer equivalent knowledge and ability, as determined by the Board of Building Regulations and
Standards (BBRS). General knowledge of the accepted requirements for building construction, fire prevention, light, ventilation, safe egress; as well as a general knowledge of other equipment and materials essential for safety, comfort and convenience of occupants of a building or structure. Each local inspector shall be certified by the BBRS in accordance with the provisions of 780 CMR R7, the Rules and Regulations for the Certification of Inspectors of Buildings, Building Commissioners and Local Inspectors. Current certification is preferred. If not currently certified as a Local Building Inspector, the successful candidate must obtain such certification within 18 months of appointment. The ability to interpret, apply, and enforce building codes and zoning laws; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; valid MA Construction Supervisor license; valid driver’s license. The hourly rate of pay is $25.34. The position is not benefit
eligible. Please submit cover letter and resume to the Human Resources Department, Town Hall, 525 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02482 or e-mail as a Word document to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 9, 2013. AA/EOE
** APPLICATIONS AND DATABASE MANAGER **
The Department of Public Works (DPW) is seeking a full-time Applications and Database Manager. The Applications and Database Manager is the primary resource for all technology-based management systems used by the DPW and oversees all in-house and vendor developed computer applications used to further the DPW’s operational goals and objectives.
The incumbent identifies, develops, implements, integrates and maintains computer technology systems that facilitate and improve the effectiveness of the management function and the DPW divisions.
The incumbent is a technical resource to Department personnel, provides technical solutions to help reach Department goals, and is the Department’s liaison with the Network and Information Systems Department for all DPW information systems needs.
Minimum requirements include a B. S. in computer science, management, business, finance, accounting or related field or four years of equivalent experience; two years of experience in the areas of application design and development, layouts and user interfaces; demonstrated proficiency in the use of Crystal Reports, Microsoft Windows Office Suite, databases and networking; excellent keyboard skills; demonstrated oral and written communication skills; excellent interpersonal skills; and the ability to work effectively with all levels of personnel.
Salary range is $49,370 - $74,830.
Graduate degree in computer science, management, business, finance, accounting or related field, working knowledge of SQL, Visual Basic, MUNIS tables and views, GIS, asset management software, municipal operations, and preparation of capital and operating budgets are preferred.
To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to the Human Resources Department, 525 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02482 or e-mail as a Word document or PDF to email@example.com by December 9, 2013. EOE/AA
** SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS **
Excellent opportunity for individuals concerned about the safety of children. The Town of Wellesley is currently looking to hire School Crossing Guards. We are seeking dependable individuals to assure the safety of school children crossing the streets as they go to and from school. Interested individuals need not be Wellesley residents. The morning shift is from 7:55 a.m. to 8:25 a.m. and the afternoon shift is generally from 3:05 p.m. to 3:35 p.m. On Wednesdays, the afternoon shift is from 12:05 p.m. to 12:35 p.m. Salary is $13.87/hour plus a $5.00 stipend for each shift. Fresh air and smiling children's faces are included. Please apply at the Human Resources Department, Town Hall, 525 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02482. AA/EOE
** On-Call Seasonal Sidewalk Tractor Operator / Maintenance Worker **
Responsible for performing a variety of snow & ice removal tasks that include hand shoveling & sanding, spreading ice melt with a walk behind spreader, operation of a walk behind snow blower and operation of a Trackless Sidewalk Tractor with plow, sander and blower attachments. The incumbent shall, when required, perform other assignments essential to the Department of Public Works snow & ice operation. Position requires being on call 24 hours a day with the ability to report to work within one hour of being notified in order to carry out snow and ice duties as assigned. Once assigned incumbent must be able to work long hours during snow and ice storm events that may last 24 hour periods or greater.
The incumbent shall plan and conduct a wide variety of skilled and semi-skilled routine and repetitive tasks; interpret maps, written and verbal instructions; determine work procedures; examine and inspect work; keep records of work and materials; take all necessary safety precautions; maintain and keep tools and equipment in proper operating order and insure that work is performed in accordance with standard snow & ice practices, general instructions, and established schedules. The incumbent may work alone or with others. Appointment is from November 15th, 2013 to April 1st. 2014. Rate of pay is $20.00 to $25.00 per hour based on experience. Minimum qualifications include: the ability to operate equipment such as a sidewalk tractor, 1-ton pick-up or dump truck with plow, walk behind snow
blower, walk behind spreader, shovel and various hand tools; the ability to interpret maps, written and verbal instructions; a valid Class D Massachusetts Operator's License; the ability to be on call 24 hours during Winter Season; the ability to report for work with one hour of being notified; the ability to work long hours that may exceed a 24 period; and the ability to work outdoors during snow & ice storms. Questions and town job application ( www.wellesleyma.gov) can be sent to:
Michael T. Quinn, MCLP
Assistant Superintendent / Deputy Tree Warden
30 Municipal Way
Wellesley MA. 02481
Tel.: 781-235-7600, ext. 3331 Fax: 781-431-7569
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