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Our members are the local governments of Massachusetts and their elected and appointed leadership.
The town of Douglas seeks qualified candidates for the full-time role of Director of Community Development. This is a unique opportunity for a forward-thinking, committed public servant to participate in a comprehensive overhaul of an active planning and development department. Process design, staffing levels, and use of technology resources are all part of the conversation. The Director is accountable to the job description posted with other job application materials at www.douglas-ma.gov. The town will consider candidates with either a planning or a civil engineering background. Planners must have a bachelor’s degree in the planning field and no less than five years of management and project exposure as a municipal planner or as a deputy planner in a community of 30,000 or greater. Registered professional engineers must have a bachelor’s degree and no less than five years of active experience as an engineer and no less than two years of experience working for a municipality. This role is a salaried, supervisory, exempt, fully benefitted position requiring a minimum of 40 hours of work per week. Starting salary range from $74,100 to $83,800 DQE. This position will remain open until filled. Submit a cover letter, resume, and Town of Douglas application for employment to Matthew J. Wojcik, Town Administrator at 29 Depot Street, Douglas, MA 01516 or via email to Suzanne Kane at firstname.lastname@example.org. The town of Douglas is an equal opportunity employer and provider.