Honorable Mayor of Lawrence William Lantigua Employment Opportunities week of September 23, 2013

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Part Time Administrative Office 
Lowe’s – Salem, NH 
Part-time
Responsible for providing quick, friendly customer service by answering customers questions, providing purchase assistance and keeping shelves stocked. Assigned primarily to one zone on the sales floor, but may be required to work in other areas. 

Job Requirements 

Requires morning, afternoon and evening availability any day of the week. Ability to operate, demonstrate and explain merchandise in assigned area. Ability to apply basic mathematical concepts such as adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing and knowledge of weights and measures. Understand and respond appropriately to basic customer and employee inquiries. Read, write and communicate using English language sufficient to perform job functions. Ability to operate store equipment in assigned area (including but not limited to LRT, telephone, paging system, copiers, fax machines, computers, CCTV surveillance system, key cutting, panel saw, paint mixing computer, blind cutting, forklifts, pallet jacks, electric lifts, etc). Ability to interpret price tag and UPC information. Ability to move throughout all areas of the store; sales floor, receiving, register areas, lawn and garden, including the outside perimeter of the store. Ability to work in both inside and outside environmental conditions. Physical ability to move large, bulky and/or heavy merchandise. Physical ability to perform tasks that may require prolonged standing, sitting, and other activities necessary to perform job duties. 
Lowe’s
Apply https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?jobId=3585300&PartnerId=25239&SiteId=5014&type=search&JobReqLang=1&codes=INDEED

Maintenance Manger 
NORTH OF BOSTON MEDIA GROUP – North Andover, MA
MAINTENANCE MANAGER – Â The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, MA Full-time. Ensure efficient operation of daily and weekly packaging production as well as weekend packaging. Supervise Machine Operators. Ensure all scheduled maintenance and repairs are performed on equipment. Excellent mechanical and electrical skills required. 3+ years management experience, knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel as well as strong verbal and written communication skills required. Prior machine operations and newspaper experience a plus.Comprehensive benefits package offered to all full-time (30+ hours) employees. For consideration, please e-mail resume and cover letter, with salary requirements, to . Resumes received without salary requirements will not be considered. Applications may also be obtained in the lobby of any of our publications Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. An Equal Opportunity Employer

For consideration, please e-mail resume and cover letter, with salary requirements, to hr@northofboston.com
Resumes received without salary requirements will not be considered.
Receptionist
NORTH OF BOSTON MEDIA GROUP – North Andover, MA
­ The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, MA Full-time. Responsibilities include answering a multi-line phone system, greeting customers, data entry and general clerical duties. Must have excellent organizational skills, ability to work independently and previous office experience.Comprehensive benefits package offered to all full-time (30+ hours) employees. For consideration, please e-mail resume and cover letter, with salary requirements, to . Resumes received without salary requirements will not be considered. Applications may also be obtained in the lobby of any of our publications Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. An Equal Opportunity Employer
For consideration, please e-mail resume and cover letter, with salary requirements, to hr@northofboston.com Resumes received without salary requirements will not be considered.

Mail Room Clerk
NORTH OF BOSTON MEDIA GROUP – North Andover, MA
­ The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, MA Full-time. Sort and distribute First Class mail to departments. Complete all paperwork for the processing of standard mail for EMC program. Process outgoing mail for proper discounting. High School education and previous clerical experience required. Must be able to work independently and have strict attention to detail. U.S. Postal experience a plus..Comprehensive benefits package offered to all full-time (30+ hours) employees. For consideration, please e-mail resume and cover letter, with salary requirements, to . Resumes received without salary requirements will not be considered. Applications may also be obtained in the lobby of any of our publications Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. An Equal Opportunity Employer
For consideration, please e-mail resume and cover letter, with salary requirements, to hr@northofboston.com Resumes received without salary requirements will not be considered.

Preprint Clerk
NORTH OF BOSTON MEDIA GROUP – North Andover, MA
­ The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, MA Full-time. Schedule inserts for publications. Create zone profiles for each zone insert. Prepare daily billing. Assist with product layouts and late inserts. High School education and excellent organizational skills, strong communications skills, strong clerical skills, ability to work well under deadline pressure..Comprehensive benefits package offered to all full-time (30+ hours) employees. For consideration, please e-mail resume and cover letter, with salary requirements, to . Resumes received without salary requirements will not be considered. Applications may also be obtained in the lobby of any of our publications Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. An Equal Opportunity Employer

For consideration, please e-mail resume and cover letter, with salary requirements, to hr@northofboston.com Resumes received without salary requirements will not be considered.

Senior Underwriter, Merrimack Valley Federal Credit Union 
Massachusetts Credit Union League – Lawrence, MA
Merrimack Valley Federal Credit Union (MVFCU) is seeking a detail-oriented, highly organized individual to join our busy mortgage department. Responsibilities include reviewing all mortgage loans and home equity loans/lines of credit and underwriting to secondary market guidelines. Five years of underwriting experience, strong knowledge of PC based mortgage platforms and regulatory compliance. 

MVFCU offers a comprehensive salary and benefits package. Qualified candidates send, fax or email resume to: Merrimack Valley Federal Credit Union, Human Resources, 500 Merrimack Street, Lawrence, MA 01843, Fax: 978-681-6329. lwante@merrimackvalleyfcu.org . EOE

Technical Writer- Flare
Clear Point Consultants Inc – Lawrence, MA
Contract
Contract Technical Writer
Term: 3 months
Start: October
Rate: $42-48/hour
lOur client, a medical software company is seeking a contract technical writer to create documentation for a new product.
Summary

To update the HV user guide based on edits provided by Marketing. The guide is in Framemaker 11. To be published in Adobe PDF. This will require getting familiar with the application to provide quality editing.
To update/clean up the CB user guide also in Framemaker 11. To be published in Adobe PDF. Edits provided by Marketing. A
To clean up the HTML from the converted System One user guide. To debug conversion and work with existing style sheets. It may require cloning style sheets (CSS) for new content.
To write the Center start up guide based on content outline provided by Marketing. The guide is in Framemaker 11. To be published in Adobe PDF.
To help with other technical writing activities.
Skills required:Framemaker 11
XML MadCap Flare
Send writing sample and resume to betsy@clearpnt.com

Inventory Control Clerk (Shift 2)
BCforward – Andover, MA
Contract
BC forward is seeking a highly motivated and determined Inventory Control Clerk (Shift 2) !
Job Description:
Provides day-to-day inventory control support to manufacturing and distribution areas.
Conducts cycle counts scheduling, physical inventory coordination, inventory variance research and reconciliation as
required.
Uses inventory control operating systems and report tools to control material flow and compile records concerned with
quantity, cost, and type of material received, inventory accounts, or issued.
Requisitions needed supplies; verifies material received to determine physical and financial variances in order;
inspects articles and rejects defective ones.
Prepares inventory records and reports and investigates discrepancies in stock counts.
Applies extensive knowledge of the job skills, company policies and procedures to complete complex, specialized
assignments/tasks in creative and effective ways.
Comprehensive understanding of the general/technical aspects of the job.
Works on assignments that are complex in nature and require considerable judgment, initiative, and
technical/specialized knowledge to resolve problems and/or develop recommended solutions.
Work is completed with minimal supervision and assignments may be completed without established procedures.
May determine methods and procedures for new assignments.
Typically requires minimum 5 years of experience.
Intermediate to advanced knowledge in the selected field.
Location: Andover, MA Rate: $15.00/hr. Contract Length: 2 years
Who to Contact: Adam Spiegl
How to Apply: Interested and qualified candidates may submit their resumes to Adam Spiegl at:
14121-MH2393@emailagent.maxhire.net
Project Manager
Alexander Technology Group – Lawrence, MA
Contract
Alexander Technology Group is currently seeking a Project Manager for our Northern Massachusetts based client. The ideal candidate will have experience managing multiple IT projects within operations.
Technology Environment includes:
BPIC MRP System
Business Objects
AS 400
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity please contact your ATG recruiter or forward your resume to Shaun Morrissey at SMorrissey@alexandertg.com or call 603-637-1466 .
Alexander Technology Group (ATG) is a professional staffing firm specializing in a variety of custom IT staffing and recruiting solutions. We provide project and interim staffing including contract to hire, custom IT contractors and direct placement services in southern New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts with offices in Bedford, NH and Woburn, MA.

Patient Service Representative
Greater Lawrence Family Health Center – Lawrence, MA
Part-time
Are you looking for a setting that’s fun, flexible, and challenging to put your skills and experience to work?
The Greater Lawrence Family Health Center (GLFHC) is a is a mission-driven group with close to 600 people whose primary focus is providing care to people in need. We are passionate about doing work that matters! We have a first-class Call Center team working to support a highly skilled clinical group. Our environment is fun and fast-paced, and caring. Located in Lawrence and Methuen MA, we have six primary care sites and have been nationally recognized as a leader in community medicine (family practice, pediatrics, internal medicine, and geriatrics). We are seeking a part-time Patient Services Representative who under the supervision of the Patient Services Supervisor the Patient Service Representative performs all functions necessary to make patients ready for the clinical part of their visit including the resolution of any insurance or financial issues necessary to ensure coverage for services.
Qualified candidates will possess:
Training in a Medical or Secretarial field
Bilingual (Spanish / English) required
Computer knowledge required
Excellent communication skills required
Ability to handle stressful situations
Ability to work flexible hours, evenings, and weekend coverage
Education High School diploma or GED certificate
Apply:https://re11.ultipro.com/GRE1019/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=%2A61D7786551EAED2A

Office Assistant
TOWN OF ANDOVER – Andover, MA
Town of Andover W W W . A N D O V E R M A . G O V Temporary Office Assistant II The Town of Andover seeks applications for a temporary office assistant to assist the Plant and Facilities Department in performing the accounts payable function for the department, as well as general administrative support. Duties require knowledge of office administration; accounts payable processing; automated office systems and procedures in accounting; 2-3 years related experience; or any equivalent combination of education and experience. $21.15/hour. For additional information and to apply for this position, please visitwww.andoverma.gov/jobs. Deadline for applications is September 27, 2013. EOE/AA

Office Clerk
Klein Management Systems – Andover, MA
Contract
Title: Office/Accounting Clerk
Accounting/Office Clerk needed in Accounting department to assist with Accounts Payable process.
Recieving invoices, bringing to various departments for approval.
Gather invoices and submit back to Corp location.
Some knowledge of A/P processes perferred.
Strong attention to detail and follow up skills.
Good communication skills.
Some data entry may be required.
MS Word, Excel.
Some filing and may assist with projects from time to time.
Must have tact concerning the handling of people and be accurate in all duties.
Apply: http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=50374df0138546f2&q=clerical&l=Lawrence%2C+MA&tk=18507e62d06a04ei&from=ja&alid=824ab45983be0bf9&utm_source=jobseeker_emails&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=job_alerts]

Employment Services Manager
Program Manager V
Agency Name: Executive Office of Health and Human Services
Official Title: Program Manager V
Functional Title: Employment Services Manager
Occupational Group: Not Used
Position Type: Non-Civil Service
Full-Time or Part-Time: Full-Time
Salary Range: $38,067.12 to $95,503.40 Annually
Bargaining Unit: M99
Shift: Day
Confidential: No
Number Of Vacancies: 1
City/Town: Tewksbury
Region: NORTHEAST
Facility Location: 365 East Street, Tewksbury MA 01876
Application Deadline: 10-04-2013
Apply Online: Yes
Posting ID: J37563
This position is funded from the Commonwealth’s annual operating budget.
Duties:
The Health Cluster Human Resources Unit of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services is looking for an experienced HR professional to manage its Tewksbury Office. The selected candidate, with a staff of 9 HR professionals, will be responsible to ensure the delivery of human resources to approximately 1200 employees who work for the Department of Public Health and the Department of Mental Health.
The primary responsibility of the Employment Services Manager is to direct and oversee the following human resources functions: recruitment/hiring process, performance management, classification, benefits/leave management; personnel/payroll processing a robust customer service function and Joint Commission compliance. The Employment Services Manager works collaboratively with various internal HR professionals in the functional areas of labor relations, workers compensation and diversity, as well as with managers and staff within the Department of Public Health and the Department of Mental Health.
The Employment Services Manager must have the ability to work effectively in a complex and fast paced environment.
Qualifications:
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS:

Applicants must have at least (A) five years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional, administrative, supervisory or managerial experience in business administration, business management, or public administration and (B) of which at least four years must have been in a supervisory or managerial capacity, or (C) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.
Substitutions:
I. A Master’s or higher degree with a major in business administration, management, public administration, industrial engineering, industrial psychology, or hospital administration may be substituted for a maximum of one year of the required (A) experience.*
* Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: None.
Preferred Qualifications:
•Five years of significant Human Resource experience.
•Knowledge and experience in dealing with employment services issues and strategies are required.
•Knowledge of state employment, classification, compensation, benefits and customer service policies and procedures preferred.
•Knowledge of collective bargaining policies and procedures, labor relations, civil service and industrial accident laws desired.
•Knowledge of health and human services programs helpful.
•Experience with Commonwealth of Massachusetts HR software.
• Demonstrated ability to develop and implement Human Resource programs for recruiting and employment, orientation, separation management, classification and compensation, organizational development, training and employee development.
• Experience in Human Service agencies including agencies that operate 24/7.
• Creative problem solver who relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
• Strong effective communicator in writing and in interpersonal communication.
• Strong attention to detail.
• Excellent interpersonal and coaching skills.
• Excellent problem-resolution and negotiation skills.
• Ability to manage, evaluate and motivate staff.
• Ability to work independently and manage multiple priorities effectively.
• Ability to manage a broad array of projects simultaneously and to respond to changes in goals or priority in a flexible manner.
• Ability to plan, prioritize and delegate tasks, and to develop staff members to provide them the tools to accomplish goals in the most effective and efficient manner possible.
• Ability to work effectively with internal and external stakeholders.
• Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Windows environment.
Comments:
A criminal background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit
http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori
How To Apply:
If you are applying for this position on-line, you must create a profile and log in .
We strongly encourage applicants to apply on-line. If you do not wish to apply for this position on-line, and would prefer to send your resume and cover letter by mail or fax please forward it to:

Lauren Guziejka
Office of Health
Human Resources Department
600 Washington St., 7th Floor
Boston, MA 02111

Please include posting ID# when applying for this position. Resumes can be faxed to 617-348-5509. Questions concerning this posting can be directed to the Customer Service Unit at 800-850-6968.
Please help our environment by not mailing and faxing your cover letter and resume if you have submitted your materials on-line. Thank you!
Agency Web Address: http://www.mass.gov/eohhs
Diversity Officer: Mr. Quoc M. Tran, (617) 348-8409

An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Program Coordinator I
Agency Name: Department of Criminal Justice Information Services
Official Title: Program Coordinator I
Functional Title: Program Coordinator I
Occupational Group: Office & Program Admin
Position Type: Civil Service
Full-Time or Part-Time: Full-Time
Salary Range: $44,467.28 to $64,249.12 Annually
Bargaining Unit: 06
Shift: Day
Confidential: No
Number Of Vacancies: 2
City/Town: Chelsea
Region: METRO BOSTON
Facility Location: Massachusetts Information Technology Center 200 Arlington Street Chelsea, MA 02150
Application Deadline: 10-02-2013
Apply Online: No Posting ID: J37484
This position is funded from the Commonwealth’s annual operating budget.
Duties:
a. Receive and track national fingerprint-based criminal record data from the Department of State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to properly track the workflow of fingerprint results for final dissemination.
b. Perform initial review and analysis of results of fingerprint-based criminal record data to determine that all relevant disposition data is complete.
c. Locate and obtain missing out-of-state charge disposition data necessary to determine proper crosswalk of laws of other states with Massachusetts General Laws and relevance to fingerprint record dissemination through contact with state bureaus of identification, local law enforcement agencies, and trial courts nationwide.
d. Assist the FRP Unit Supervisor with establishing, modifying, and updating training materials for FRPU staff.
e. Assist the FRP Unit Supervisor with writing and disseminating internal
and external correspondence.
f. Assist the FRP Unit Supervisor with creating and/or updating standard operating procedures for the Unit.
g. Provides guidance to constituent entities relating to the dissemination of fingerprint-based criminal record check results.
h. Perform related duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have at least (A) two years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional, administrative or managerial experience in business administration, business management or public administration the major duties of which involved program management, program administration, program coordination, program planning and/or program analysis, or (B) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.
Substitutions:
I. A Bachelor’s or higher degree with a major in business administration, business management or public administration may be substituted for the required experience.*

II. A Bachelor’s or higher degree with a major other than in business administration, business management or public administration may be substituted for a maximum of one year of the required experience.*
*Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Based on assignment, possession of a current and valid Massachusetts Class D Motor Vehicle Operator’s license may be required.
Preferred Qualifications:
a. Ability to communicate ideas clearly to individuals and groups.
b. Ability to communicate effectively in oral or written form.
c. Strong organizational skills and ability to pay attention to detail.
d. Ability to gather information, analyze data collected, and draw and present conclusions in oral or written form.
e. Ability to establish and maintain harmonious working relationships with
others.
f. Proficiency in the use of the Microsoft Office suite of applications,
particularly in the use of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Comments: This is a Civil Service position.
How To Apply: Mail cover letter and resume to:
Denise Sarro, Human Resources
Department of Criminal Justice Information Services
200 Arlington Street, Suite 2200
Chelsea, MA 02150

Agency Web Address: http://www.mass.gov/chsb/
Diversity Officer: Ms. Shawn Givhan, (508) 820-2656
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Director of Field Operations – Boston Area
Program Manager VIII
Agency Name: Dept. of Mental Health
Official Title: Program Manager VIII
Functional Title: Director of Field Operations – Boston Area
Occupational Group: Office & Program Admin
Position Type: Non-Civil Service
Full-Time or Part-Time: Full-Time
Salary Range: $48,478.04 to $122,453.34 Annually
Bargaining Unit: M99
Shift: Day
Confidential: No
Number Of Vacancies: 1
City/Town: Boston
Region: BOSTON
Facility Location: 85 E. Newton Street, Boston, MA
Application Deadline: 10-04-2013
Apply Online: Yes
Posting ID: J37569 This position is funded from the Commonwealth’s annual operating budget.
Duties:
The Director of Field Operations is an integral part of the Department’s Management and Budget Division, assigned to a specific area to provide ongoing administrative, budgetary, operational and financial management. The Director provides strategic guidance to the Area Director and his/her Leadership team. The Director of Field Operations is the main point of contact between the Area Office and Management and Budget Division.
The Director of Field Operations is responsible for all non-clinical, administrative and management functions needed to support the needs of the Area. He/she is responsible for the management of the Area’s Resources, ensuring prioritization of resources in support of the clinical and programmatic priorities of the Department and Area. The overall mission of the Director of Field Operations is to plan, develop, manage and support the administrative and financial resources allocated to the various divisions within the Area. The Director is an integral part of the Area’s management team in planning, strategizing and problem solving. The Director participates in the development of policy and procedures for the Area consistent with rules, regulations and statewide procedures.
The Director provides supervision to Management Analysts, Contract Manager, and designated contract staff supporting the Area. The Director is responsible for the operational activities related to the identified client and non-client related service needs of the Area.
The Director is responsible for the development of the Area’s annual Spending Plan and ongoing monitoring of expenditures and adherence to the plan. The Director works with Area Leadership, and their staff, to ensure maximization of resources in suport of the Departments overall mission of providing person-centered and recovery-focused programs.

Qualifications:
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have at least (A) five years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, supervisory or managerial experience in business administration, business management or public administration and (B) of which at least two years must have been in a managerial capacity.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: None.
Preferred Qualifications:
1. Knowledge of business administration including fiscal management, budget preparation, purchasing, personnel and labor practices
2. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities within a matrix organizational structure
3. Ability to interpret statute, regulation and DMH policy in consideration of programmatic goals and priorities
4. Ability to lead, delegate and supervise effectively
Knowledge of the principles of consumer driven initatives
Comments:
A criminal background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit ttp://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori
Click on “Information for Job Applicants” How To Apply:
If you are applying for this position on-line, you must create a profile and log in .
We strongly encourage applicants to apply on-line. If you do not wish to apply for this position on-line, and would prefer to send your resume and cover letter by mail or fax please forward it to:

David L. Woods
Office of Health
Human Resources Department
600 Washington St., 7th Floor
Boston, MA 02111
Please include posting ID# when applying for this position. Resumes can be faxed to 617-348-5509. Questions concerning this posting can be directed to the Customer Service Unit at 800-850-6968.
Please help our environment by not mailing and faxing your cover letter and resume if you have submitted your materials on-line. Thank you! Agency Web Address:http://www.mass.gov/dmh
Diversity Officer: Ms. Joy Connell, (617) 626-8133
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Agency Name: Division Of Professional Licensure
Official Title: Compliance Officer III
Functional Title: Compliance Officer III – TEMPORARY POSITION
Occupational Group: Investigation & Inspection
Position Type: Civil Service
Full-Time or Part-Time: Full-Time
Salary Range: $51,564.50 to $74,613.76 Annually
Bargaining Unit: 06
Shift: Day
Confidential: No
Number Of Vacancies: 1
City/Town: Boston
Region: BOSTON
Facility Location: The Division of Professional Licensure (DPL) is located at 1000 Washington Street in Boston’s South End. However, the Compliance Officer III will be expected to travel across Massachusetts.
Application Deadline: 10-04-2013
Apply Online: No
Posting ID: J37596
This position is funded from the Commonwealth’s annual operating budget.
Duties:
This is a TEMPORARY position that will end on or around October 1, 2014. The selected candidate may possibly have the opportunity to extend their employment with the agency, if positions are available.
The Compliance Officer III monitors, for compliance purposes, various activities, services and/or functions for regulated professions and professionals licensed by the Division of Professional Licensure.
The Compliance Officer III reviews complaints, documents and pertinent information concerning alleged violations of laws, rules and regulations; maintains liaison with assigned agency personnel; obtains evidence and establishes facts concerning complaints and cases of alleged noncompliance with laws, rules and regulations; confers with parties to complaints; prepares reports and performs related work as required.
DETAILED STATEMENT OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Oversees and coordinates assigned unit activities as specified below to ensure effective operations and compliance with laws, rules, regulations and policies. Monitors pertinent program areas, various activities, services and/or functions through observation, interviews, evaluations and/or conferences to ensure compliance with governing laws, rules, regulations, program goals, etc. and to provide feedback concerning agency programs. Agency oversees thirty-one (31) boards and some fifty (50) trades and professions, as well as private occupational schools, and may from time to time require incumbent to perform specified duties for agency program areas other than those specified as primary program areas. PRIMARY PROGRAM AREAS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING PROFESSIONAL FIELDS: PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS AND SHEET METAL. Other professional fields may be assigned in the future.
2. Reviews complaints, reports, documents and pertinent information received from the general public and agency personnel concerning alleged violations of laws and regulations in order to determine the appropriateness of the complaint, to determine appropriate action to be taken and/or to refer complaints to the appropriate agency.
3. Establishes professional rapport and makes contact with assigned agency personnel in order to provide information concerning, and encourage compliance with the provisions of laws, rules, and regulations.
4. Responds to inquiries in order to provide information concerning agency policies and procedures and laws, rules and regulations governing agency activities.
5. Assists with public record requests in the production of documents which are the subject of such request.
6. Determines procedures to be used in collecting information and evidence in connection with complaints and alleged noncompliance with laws, rules and regulations. Obtains evidence and establishes facts concerning complaints and alleged non-compliance with laws, rules and regulations by interviewing individuals and conducting on-site visits in order to determine extent of non-compliance, validity of complaints and to prepare evidence or information for appropriate action.
7. Verifies information obtained in order to establish accuracy and authenticity of facts.
8. Confers with parties to complaints in order to resolve issues, make appropriate settlements and to encourage compliance with established laws, rules and regulation.
9. Prepares reports concerning assigned activities in order to provide requested information and make appropriate recommendations.
10. Performs related duties such as maintaining records, attending meetings, and preparing correspondence.
11. Attends Division of Professional Licensure board meetings when requested, primarily to speak to the board regarding complaints as the assigned investigator of record.
12. Makes recommendations concerning changes in policies and procedures governing assigned unit activities and confers with management staff and other agency personnel to provide information, resolve problems and/or recommend changes in policies and procedures.
13. Reviews and analyzes reports, memoranda, etc. for accuracy, completeness and content and to take appropriate action to resolve problems.
14. Testifies at hearings.
15. Other duties as assigned.Qualifications:
Minimum Entrance Requirements:
Applicants must have at least (a) four years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, experience in investigatory or law enforcement work, or (b) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.
Substitutions:
I. A Bachelor’s or higher degree may be substituted for a maximum of two years of the required experience.*
*Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.
Special Requirements: Based on assignment, possession of a current and valid Massachusetts Class D Motor Vehicle Operator’s License.
Preferred Qualifications:
Must have experience with Massachusetts Plumbing and Massachusetts Gas Fitter’s Code and International Mechanical Code interpretation and enforcement.
Must possess an active Massachusetts Master Plumber’s and Master Gas Fitter’s License, and a Massachusetts Journeyman or Master’s Sheet Metal Worker’s License in good standing.
A current valid Massachusetts Class D Motor Vehicle Operator’s License, or reciprocal State driver’s license, is required.
Comments:
**THIS IS A TEMPORARY BACKFILL POSITION FOR THE DURATION OF AN EMPLOYEE LEAVE OF ABSENCE. THE POSITION WILL TERMINATE ON OR ABOUT OCTOBER 1, 2014.**
The selected candidate may possibly have the opportunity to extend their employment with the agency, if positions are available.
How To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter in PDF or Microsoft Word format to: dpljobs@state.ma.us
Please reference Posting ID J37596 in the subject line.
Agency Web Address: http://www.mass.gov/dpl/
Diversity Officer: Mr. Richard Page, Deputy Director for Administration and eLicensing
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Agency Name: Dept. of Housing and Community Development
Official Title: Program Manager IV
Functional Title: Risk Management Manager
Occupational Group: Not Used
Position Type: EX – Exempt from Civil Services
Full-Time or Part-Time: Full-Time
Salary Range: $35,247.68 to $85,262.46 Annually
Bargaining Unit: M99
Shift: Day
Confidential: No
Number Of Vacancies: 1
City/Town: Boston
Region: BOSTON
Facility Location: 100 Cambridge Street
Application Deadline: 10-18-2013
Apply Online: No
Posting ID: J37039
This position is funded from the Commonwealth’s annual operating budget.
Duties:
The Risk Management Manager position is within the Department of Housing and Community Development’s (DHCD’s) Legal Division. This position establishes litigation and settlement strategies, policies and practices related to claims against housing authorities and DHCD regarding state-funded public housing. The position handles the administration of DHCD’s self-insurance for liability and tort claims against housing authorities, as well as blanket property and crime policies for these agencies. This position is responsible for the investigation, negotiation and resolution of such claims while mitigating the financial impact to DHCD. In undertaking these responsibilities, the incumbent works closely with staff of the Public Housing & Rental Assistance Bureau and with DHCD counsel, claims investigators, outside counsel, and housing authority staff. He/she performs other related duties as assigned by the supervisor.
Duties Include:
1. Act as DHCD liaison between housing authorities, Division of Public Housing and Rental Assistance and counsel to insure that litigation and settlement strategies are carried out. Assist housing authorities in assessing liability for claims and make recommendations regarding settlement or denial. Make recommendations on settlement limits. Respond to questions from housing authorities related to risk management, litigation and settlement policies and practices. Conduct workshops for housing authority personnel, outside counsel, DHCD staff, claims investigators and others on the requirements for preparing a strong defense and pro-active claim prevention.
2. Supervise and evaluate services provided by investigators and outside counsel. Analyze loss reports and claim data/experience to inform risk management policies and practices. Read, analyze and make referrals and recommendations on all claim reports. Maintain log on settlement and claim denials.
3. Ensure proper implementation of insurance policies by agents; review loss reports; and act as liaison between agents and the housing authorities in the administration of these policies. Prepare comprehensive reports quarterly on liability self-insurance program including analysis of loss experience, cost effectiveness, performance of contractors and summary of important cases.
4. Procure and recommend insurance policies and/or programs that are cost effective. Procure and administer contracts for claims investigation services and legal counsel to defend housing authorities in litigation. Prepare bid specifications, review bids and make recommendations on selection of policies, programs and services.
5. Plan, develop, recommend for approval (by the Office of General Counsel and the Division of Public Housing and Rental Assistance) and implement risk mitigating programs, policies and procedures for housing authorities. Plan, develop, recommend for approval (by the Office of General Counsel and the Public Housing and Rental Assistance Bureau) general claims litigation and settlement strategies, policies and practices for DHCD and local housing authorities that prudently balance risk and financial liability and expense.
6. In collaboration with the Division of Public Housing and Rental Assistance, prepare and monitor annual budget for liability self-insurance program.
7. Audit insurance agents in their administration of the policies, especially as they relate to the property policy deductible and the proration of costs between federal and state programs where accruable.
8. Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have at least (A) four years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional, administrative, supervisory, or managerial experience in business administration, business management, or public administration and (B) of which at least three years must have been in a supervisory or managerial capacity or (C) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.
Substitutions: I. A Master’s or higher degree with a major in business administration, management, public administration, industrial engineering, industrial psychology, or hospital administration may be substituted for a maximum of one year of the required (A) experience.*
*Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: None.
Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience in the field of risk management, including at least 5 years of claims management, litigation and settlement.
• College degree in the areas of finance or actuaries is preferred.
• Prior experience in directing and/or managing counsel in the handling of litigation.
• Law degree in addition to the minimum entrance requirements is preferred.
How To Apply:
Please mail 2 copies of both your cover letter and resume referencing the CEO ID number J37039 to:
Department of Housing and Community Development
Human Resources Department
100 Cambridge Street, Suite 300
Boston, MA 02114-2524
Fax: (617) 573-1299
TTY: (617) 573-1140
To ensure consideration, resume and cover letter must be postmarked by midnight on the deadline date. Please reference posting ID number on all correspondence.
Agency Web Address:
http://www.mass.gov/dhcd/
Diversity Officer:Ms. Nancy DePaul, (617) 573-1100
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Agency Name: Dept. of Housing and Community Development
Official Title: Administrator VII
Functional Title: Director, Bureau of Housing Development and Construction
Occupational Group: Not Used
Position Type: EX – Exempt from Civil Services
Full-Time or Part-Time: Full-Time
Salary Range: $44,590.00 to $95,500.00 Annually
Bargaining Unit: M99
Shift: Day
Confidential: No
Number Of Vacancies: 1
City/Town: Boston
Region: BOSTON
Facility Location: 100 Cambridge Street Boston, Ma 02114
Application Deadline: 10-18-2013
Apply Online: No
Posting ID: J36775
This position is funded from the Commonwealth’s capital budget.
Duties:
The Director, Bureau of Housing Development and Construction (BHDC) is a senior level position within the Department of Housing & Community Development’s (DHCD) Public Housing and Rental Assistance Division. The Bureau of Housing Development and Construction Director oversees all of the capital policies, programs and projects for 242 housing authorities that own and operate 46,500 state-aided public housing and 1,537 federally-assisted low-income housing units for families, the elderly, and people with disabilities (building replacement value over $10 billion). These public housing programs play a significant role in meeting several key aspects of DHCD’s mission including: providing decent affordable housing for the Commonwealth’s poorest residents; increasing income and assets for this population and; reducing and preventing homelessness. The Director serves on a senior leadership team charged with creating and implementing innovative programs that further the preservation of state-aided public housing including annual capital planning, formula funding, mixed-finance, sustainability and other targeted capital programs. The Director also provides leadership in the design and implementation of a regional housing authority system. The Director is responsible for the review, revision, development and implementation of all policies and procedures regarding the modernization and development of state-aided public housing. The Director manages a team of approximately 40 professional staff charged with administering the capital programs and is responsible for building and maintaining positive, responsive and informative relationships with multiple stake holders including housing authority commissioners, staff, and residents.
1. Provide leadership and management to a staff of approximately 40, including the Bureau of Housing Development and Construction (BHDC) Senior Staff in accomplishing the following:
A. Direct and monitor the effective, timely and efficient management of all capital policies, programs and projects by DHCD staff and local housing authorities. Ensure that DHCD spends 100% of its annual spending cap effectively and efficiently. Establish, implement and measure guidelines, standards and procedures for capital planning and capital projects, including budget, scope, and project schedules; establish and measure internal and external standards of performance for such programs and, projects.
B. Ensure that state and applicable federal laws, regulations, and guidelines are followed; monitor and enforce compliance with all regulations, policies and guidelines established by the Department. Develop and implement corrective actions when policies, guidelines or procedures are not followed.
C. Work with DHCD’s legal department to assist in drafting new legislation when needed.
D. Conduct training programs for housing authority commissioners and staff and residents. Establish and reinforce a culture of professional partnership between DHCD and housing authorities.
E. Oversee the capital plans, budgets and the capital program and procurement practices for all housing authorities including procedures for making and communicating binding approvals and decisions in the planning, design and construction phases. Review, revise, and sign capital improvement plans, project budgets, and capital project documents.
F. Oversee effective utilization and up-to-date maintenance of DHCD’s capital planning system including ensuring the data is regularly updated by housing authorities.
G. In close collaboration with the Directors of the Bureau of Housing Management and the Policy and Program Development Unit, develop and implement programs, policies and systems to support cross bureau collaboration in order to ensure innovative practice and strategic use of capital and operating funds. Particular focus will be on innovative capital programs to assure the ongoing maintenance, modernization and preservation of real estate assets including mixed-finance and sustainable investments.
2. Manage, supervise, motivate and evaluate staff of the BHDC by providing leadership and clear and consistent direction to the Bureau’s senior management team to ensure that all staff has the support, skills, knowledge and technical tools necessary to accomplish their work. The Director meets with all staff in groups and individually. The Director ensures that DHCD’s data systems and office and field procedures are fully and effectively utilized and oversees the maintenance of timely and accurate records of all work in the BHDC.
3. Coordinate activities with others inside and outside DHCD. This work includes meetings with DHCD staff, local housing authorities, affordable housing and public housing advocates, non-profits, advocates for persons with special needs, state legislators, public housing residents, and concerned citizens.
4. Reform the public housing operating and governance systems. The purpose of the reform is to ensure the long-term viability of public housing as an affordable housing resource, including the reform of the statutory governance structure with a goal of creating a practical, cost-effective and modern regional governance structure.
5. Participate on Public Housing and Rental Assistance Senior Management team to address division-wide issues of management, organizational culture, and planning. Qualifications:
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have at least (A) five years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, supervisory or managerial experience in business administration, business management, or public administration and (B) of which at least one year must have been in a managerial capacity.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: None.
Preferred Qualifications:
1. This position requires an extensive knowledge of low-income subsidized housing design and development and conventional public housing capital modernization including planning, budgeting, design and construction and knowledge of procedures related to public contracting, personnel administration and housing finance.
2. The individual must possess excellent organizational, management, interpersonal, public speaking, and writing skills, and a working knowledge of state and federal housing programs, regulations, and guidelines.
3. Ability to negotiate issues with diverse constituents and to identify and analyze complex problems in order to intervene and achieve solutions is essential.
4. It is preferred that applicant possess an advanced degree in public policy or administration, planning, architecture, real estate development, business administration or a related field and at least 5 years of progressively more responsible professional experience, in the design or management of complex housing development projects or agencies engaged in housing design or development or related projects. How To Apply:Please mail 2 copies of both your cover letter and resume referencing the CEO ID#J36775 number to: Department of Housing and Community Development
Human Resources Department
100 Cambridge Street, Suite 300
Boston, MA 02114-2524
Fax: (617) 573-1299 TTY: (617) 573-1140
To ensure consideration, resume and cover letter must be postmarked by midnight on the deadline date. Please reference posting ID number on all correspondence.
Agency Web Address:
http://www.mass.gov/dhcd/
Diversity Officer: Ms. Nancy DePaul, (617) 573-1100An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Agency Name: Dept. of Housing and Community Development
Official Title: Auditor IV
Functional Title: Auditor IV
Occupational Group: Budget & Accounting
Position Type: EX – Exempt from Civil Services
Full-Time or Part-Time: Full-Time
Salary Range: $56,902.04 to $82,037.28 Annually
Bargaining Unit: 06
Shift: Day
Confidential: No
Number Of Vacancies: 1
City/Town: Boston
Region: BOSTON
Facility Location: 100 Cambridge Street
Application Deadline: 10-18-2013
Apply Online: No
Posting ID: J37203 This position is funded from the Commonwealth’s annual operating budget.
Duties:
The incumbent in this position will be conducting Internal Audits, and Internal Controls reviews on assigned fiscal, programmatic, contracting and management projects of Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) business units, its sub-recipients, its operational divisions, and management functions chartered under the Agency’s responsibility. The incumbent in this position will compile data, document procedures, examine, analyze programs and fiscal non-compliance matters and issue Internal Audit reports to the Director of Program Integrity and Accountability. The Internal Auditor performs risk analysis and provides accurate information on finding results so that Internal Controls can make determination on the Agency’s degree of exposure to operational risk, fraud, waste and abuse, while conducting business with third-party organizations, sub-recipients and service providers. The incumbent is required to conduct the internal audits in accordance with applicable, generally accepted government auditing standards and recommend corrective actions plans so that the agency can implement remedy for audit findings and non-compliance matters. The objective is that the entities that receive federal and state funding from DHCD and are in contractual relationships with DHCD to carry out program administration on its behalf are in compliance with the requirements and practices of accepted government auditing standards, DHCD’s policies and procedures, federal and state laws, rules and regulations.
1. Gathers and analyzes data for internal audit projects through a variety of methods including interviews, field site visits, audit questionnaires and financial research. Determines scope of audit reviews in conjunction with the Director of Program Integrity and Accountability. Communicates to Internal Controls aspects of the risk areas requiring audit controls, control enhancements and provides recommendations for implementing measures for improvements.
2. Evaluates the adequacy and effectiveness of the Agency’s systems of internal accounting and Finance operating controls. Tests the reliability and integrity of financial information and the means used to identify, measure, classify and report such data.
3. Evaluates the means of safeguarding assets and as appropriate, verifies the existence of such assets. Conducts audit testing of assets in specified area and identifies reportable variance issues and dimension of risk exposure. Develops auditing procedures and systems of controls to mitigate identified risk. Establishes techniques of examining, discovering, reporting fraud waste or abuse.
4. Analyzes financial records, gathers and documents samples for testing the adequacy and reliability of controls. Conducts verification of control records, tests for updates and compliance with current audit standards, accounting and system procedures. Documents audit procedures and systems for non-compliance during and subsequent to the audit testing. Conducts the risk analysis and audit work based on established risk management and audit plans, policies and procedures. Executes the audit ensuring completion within prescribed time frame and scope.
5. Conducts investigative research as assigned. Prepares technical, confidential Internal Audit reports on investigated matters in accordance with established audit standards. Presents findings with objective and independent audit opinion on the adequacy of fiscal, programmatic, contracting controls and procedures of the areas investigated. Present findings and corrective action plan to Internal Controls and Audit management.
6. Must be able to use Warehouse Query and submits all requested data and reports from Massachusetts Management Accounting & Reporting System (MMARS), Doc Direct, Partnernet etc. Conducts payment data analysis obtainined from MMARS for audit confirmations from independent auditors, who audit DHCD’s sub-recipients and service providers.
7. Conducts financial investigation and exposure analysis on requested projects on cost allocations and cost reimbursements schedules submitted for payments from service providers. Conducts requested contract data analysis on budgeted amount and payment request documents from vendors in order to verify accuracy of contracts terms or justify variances or amendments. Reviews sample payment documents in order to test potential duplicate payments and avoid reccurence.
8. Analyzes general appropriation accounts checking for proper authorization. Checks if fund transfers are conducted with proper levels of approval and authorized signatures. Sample review of Federal fund expenditures are directly associated with the correct time distribution and time allocations to the programs in question. Qualified programs/projects are funded from appropriate funding sources. Document variances and test for audit compliance.
9. Analyzes and reports quarterly loans data on Housing Management and NON-BAR accounts receivables by revenue sources codes verifying funds received and disbursed in state and federal fiscal years reflect or comply with State Financial Reporting requirements. Ensures that variances from year-to-year in revenues, loan principals, interest income, program income, Operating Transfers are well documented and variances justified.
10. Audits state and federal disbursements and receipts by reconciling financial transactions and statements of DHCD’s service providers’ with MMARS. Verifies accuracy of accounting between U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUDs), State Treasury’s and State Comptroller’s systems. Ensures compliance with standard government auditing and accounting practices, applicable laws and regulations.
11. Examines division reports from sub-recipients by working with division fiscal managers on the status of unspent funds left on service providers’ accounting books. Ensures that all disbursed funds to grantees are utilized per schedule or unspent funds are returned to the agency on a timely basis.
12. Audits Federal Cash Drawdowns Reconciliation reports by working with Accounting and Finance. Ensures agency is in compliance with Cash Management Improvement Act, HUD and federal grant accounting rules.
13. Updates audit and Internal Controls manuals. Standardizes procedures for examination of fiscal records. Files, archives and discards outdated audit materials in accordance with Records Management Policy and in consultation with the Director of Program Integrity and Accountability.
14. The incumbent is required to maintain confidentiality of data/materials/information existing in all forms media, obtained from any of DHCD’s divisions, programs, legal, fiscal, contract, administration, field operations and from any other related functions of the agency. DHCD exercises ownership right of all materials in possession of the incumbent while performing his/her duties.
15. Perform other relevant duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have at least (A) four years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional experience in accounting or auditing, of which at least (B) one year must have been in supervisory, administrative or managerial capacity, or (C) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.
Substitutions:
I. A Bachelor’s degree with a major in accounting, business administration or business management may be substituted for a maximum of one year of the required (A) experience.*
II. A Graduate degree with a major in accounting, business administration, or business management may be substitute for a maximum of two years of the required (A) experience.*
*Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.
NOTE: Educational substitutions will only be permitted for a maximum of two years of the required (A) experience. No substitution will be allowed for the required (B) experience.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Based on assignment, possession of a current and valid Massachusetts Class D Motor Vehicle Operator’s license may be required.
Preferred Qualifications:
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
1. In depth knowledge of government auditing principles and practices, techniques and financial analysis.
2. Knowledge of the principles and practices of general accounting and government fund accounting.
3. Ability to read and interpret program and fiscal documents such as financial reports, appropriation accounts and codes, documents in MMARS, DocDirect, and PartnerNet data.
4. Ability to perform mathematical calculations using Excel and/or Access programs to work on Government Fund Accounting, fiscal and program data.
5. Ability to work in team and/or individual setting with readiness to adapt to changes quickly.
6. Ability to deal tactfully with others with disposition to maintain good interpersonal relationships at the work place.
7. Ability to analyze and determine the applicability of audited financial/program results to DHCD’s business, draw conclusions and make appropriate recommendations.
8. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Power Point, Excel and Access) with methods used in preparation of charts, graphs, tables and other forms of presentations. Ability to prepare and interpret Excel spreadsheets.
9. Ability to work independently and under supervision.
10. Ability to write concisely, to express thoughts clearly and to develop ideas in logical terms.
11. Ability to work in team and/or individual setting with readiness to adapt to changes quickly.
12. Some travel throughout the state will be required.
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED AT HIRE
1. Knowledge of the principles and practices of general accounting terminology and standard abbreviations.
2. Knowledge of the principles and practices of auditing.
3. Knowledge of the methods of general report writing.
4. Knowledge of the methods used in the preparation of charts, graphs, and tables.

5. Ability to analyze and determine the applicability of financial data, to draw conclusions and make appropriate recommendations.
6. Ability to read and interpret documents such as financial reports, accounts and ledgers.
7. Ability to understand, apply and explains the provisions of the laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures governing assigned unit activities.
8. Ability to perform mathematical calculations using formulae to solve accounting problems.
9. Ability to give oral and written instructions in precise, understandable manner.
10. Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
11. Ability to gather information by examining records and documents and through questioning individuals.
12. Ability to maintain accurate records.
13. Ability to prepare general and financial reports.
14. Ability to write concisely, to express thoughts clearly and to develop ideas logically.
15. Ability to prepare and use charts, graphs and tables.
16. Ability to communicate effectively in oral expression.
17. Ability to exercise sound judgment.
18. Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential information.
19. Ability to deal tactfully with others.
20. Ability to establish and maintain harmonious working relationships with others.
21. Ability to work independently.
22. Ability to work in a team setting.
23. Knowledge of the methods and techniques of financial analysis.
24. Knowledge of principles and practices of governmental accounting.
25. Knowledge of the principles and practices of general accounting terminology and standard abbreviations used in governmental accounting.
How To Apply:
Please mail 2 copies of both your cover letter and resume referencing the CEO ID number J37203 to:
Department of Housing and Community Development
Human Resources Department
100 Cambridge Street, Suite 300
Boston, MA 02114-2524

Fax: (617) 573-1299
TTY: (617) 573-1140
To ensure consideration, resume and cover letter must be postmarked by midnight on the deadline date. Please reference posting ID number on all correspondence.
Agency Web Address:http://www.mass.gov/dhcd/
Diversity Officer:
Ms. Nancy DePaul, (617) 573-1100
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Gilda Duran
Neighborhood Planner
City of Lawrence
Community Development Department
225 Essex St 3rd floor
Lawrence, MA 01840
Phone: 978-620-3525
Fax: 978-722-9441
gduran@cityoflawrence.com

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