Human Resources Department
Contact: Jennifer Breaker - Human Resources Director
Job applications and resumes are only accepted for positions that are currently advertised. Please see available job opputunities below. A completed Town of Ipswich application is required to apply for any open position.
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Wastewater Plant Operations Mechanic
Town of Ipswich seeks qualified candidates for full-time) union position of Wastewater Plant Operations Mechanic. Skilled work in the operation of a wastewater treatment plant, pump stations and collection system on an assigned shift. Work involves computerized maintenance tracking, preventative, and corrective maintenance for the operation of pumps, compressors, chemical feed mixers, & other appurtenances at the wastewater treatment plant and all pump stations to maintain compliance with all applicable local, state & federal laws. Candidates must possess a minimum of a Grade 4C (Grade 5C Preferred) Commonwealth of Massachusetts Wastewater Operators Certification equivalent and have at least 2 years of operation and analytical experience at a similarly rated plant. Candidates should also have valid driver’s license, ability to obtain a CDL Class “B” w/ hydraulic endorsement within 1 year of employment, High School Diploma or equivalent trade school certificate, supplemented by successful completion of specialized training courses in wastewater treatment operations. Complete job description is available by clicking on the following link [PDF] Wastewater Operations Mechanic JD-Feb2014. Hourly position (7:00 am to 3:30 pm, M-F, weekends/holidays/emergency response/on-call on a rotating basis) starting at $25.49/hour - $28.25/hour DOE.
Open Space Program Manager
Town of Ipswich seeks qualified candidates for the part-time (24 hrs/wk) exempt position of Open Space Program Manager. Position oversees the Town’s open space plans and initiatives;manages the Open Space Bond Program and other open space funds; works closely with boards & committees on matters that involved open space interests; and provides guidance for the Stewardship Coordinator.Candidates should have bachelor’s degree, at least three years of experience with land acquisition and conservation, possess strong organizational & communication skills, the ability to manage multiple projects & tasks, communicate with constituents effectively, knowledge of GIS, and excellent computer skills. Reports to Director of Planning & Development. Complete job description is available by clicking on the following link: [PFD]Open Space Program Manager - Job Description - July2014 . Competitive salary; compensation depends on qualifications.
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