Who is a member?
Our members are the local governments of Massachusetts and their elected and appointed leadership.
Responsible for overseeing and administering rehabilitation, infrastructure, construction and lead-hazard control projects primarily financed with federal funding. This position will evaluate existing conditions to draft a scope of work, prepare estimates, bid projects and oversee the construction work in both residential and commercial properties. This position also requires a highly organized and personable individual that demonstrates great attention to detail and documentation; compassion and sensitivity to low-moderate income, disabled, and/or minority individuals; they must be able to mediate between parties (contractors, tenants, property owners, etc.). Candidate must also be adaptable, flexible, a critical thinker and team player. This position may require evening and weekend hours as well as occasional out of state travel. Position is full-time, Monday through Friday.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS:
Minimum of one (1) year related work experience; Bachelor’s degree in environmental health, public policy, business administration or related fields; must possess knowledge of federal requirements such as Davis Bacon wage rates, historic reviews, environmental review; requirements for lead paint remediation and abatement methods for the purpose of reducing hazardous conditions affecting health and life safety; must have completed training in technical writing, estimating, engineering concepts and be well versed in building, fire, life safety, plumbing, and electrical codes; knowledge of Public Administration/Municipal Government; must be proficient in the use of personal computers including Microsoft Professional Office Suite; must possess a valid driver’s license; bilingual skills a plus combination of education and experience will be considered.
Submit cover letter, application, resume, and three professional references at: http://applitrack.com/nashua/onlineapp/
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER – Recruiting practices shall be consistent with State and Federal Law (5/12/2021)