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 Current Openings:

  • Drivers
  • School Recycling Program Implementer
  • Local Building Inspector
  • SSRECC Communication Center Dispatcher

 


Title: PERMANENT and SUBSTITUTES
SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS
– CDL Preferred $19.74/hr.
SPECIAL NEEDS VAN DRIVERS – 7D License $17.14
Department Hingham Public Schools
Location: Depot
Qualification Training Program available; Good driving record
Application Procedure Please call and/or send letter of application, licenses and certifications to:

Patrick Cunningham, Director of Transportation
Hingham Public Schools
pcunningham@hinghamschools.org
Telephone: 781-741-1510
  Drug/alcohol testing is a condition of employment

The Town of Hingham is an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V and does not discriminate based on race, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, gender identity, sexual preference or any other legally protected status.


Title: School Recycling Program Implementer
Department: School
Rate: $15.00 per hour for 8-10 hours per wk. Grant funding up to 11 months. Hours may be flexible by mutual agreement between Program Implementer and supervisor.
Status: Part-time, as needed
Salary: $26.39 - $33.22

Project Summary:  

The goals of the grant funded role are:

  • to provide education, technical support, and focused effort to improve recycling processes in each of the six Hingham school buildings in order to achieve greater compliance with the town’s Recycling and Dumpster Requirements for Residents and Businesses that are part of the Town of Hingham’s Regulations
  • to educate the larger community of groups who use the school buildings and grounds after hours about complying with the Hingham School Recycling Policy
  • oversee and monitor a pilot program to collect organic and compostable paper waste for composting in one of the school buildings (East School).
  • and, if the pilot program proves cost neutral, to establish a model program for collections in the other five schools.

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct informational and educational meetings with personnel throughout the schools re: the new HPS Recycling policy and the Town recycling regulations.
  • Work with school custodians and building administrators to develop a measurement system for tracking waste, recycling, and compostable waste streams.
  • Conduct informational and educational meetings with community groups who use the school buildings and outdoor facilities regarding the new School Recycling policy and the Town’s recycling regulations and expectations for compliance.
  • Research best practices for recycling and organics collection system; oversee, monitor and report on a pilot at East School.
  • Provide education information to staff and students related to organics composting and provide feedback about the impact of successful recycling and composting during the implementation phase of the pilot program.
  • Track data during the pilot and participate in data analysis discussions to determine impact on waste streams and costs.
  • Meet Sustainable Materials Recovery Program grant deliverables that are required for MassDEP during the grant period.

Physical and Mental Requirements: Implementer works both inside and outside of the six school buildings and adjoining fields and athletic spaces. Individual is exposed to outdoor weather conditions and is required to stand, walk, talk, listen, use hands, and drive an automobile.

Education and Experience:  A candidate for this position should have a Bachelor’s degree, experience with taking the lead on designing and implementing a program within a complex system, and experience with educating a wide range of persons.

Special Requirements:  A candidate for this position must have a valid Massachusetts driver’s license. An automobile and access to a computer is also required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Strong public speaking and leadership skills appropriate to educational settings
  • Strong people skills to engage and work productively with school personnel at all levels and with community members
  • Research skills to explore best practices re: organics composting
  • Data collection and analysis skills
  • Skills in Excel, Word and Microsoft Office.

Application Procedure:  Send letter of interest and resume to the School Department, 220 Central Street, Hingham, MA 02043 or Email: rcronin@hinghamschools.org

Closing Date: October 24, 2014 (or Until Filled)
Date of posting: 10/16/2014

The Town of Hingham is an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V and does not discriminate based on race, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, gender identity, sexual preference or any other legally protected status.


 

Title: Local Building Inspector
Department: Community Planning Department
Location: Town Hall
Status: Part-time, as needed
Salary: $26.39 - $33.22

The Town of Hingham is seeking a Local Building Inspector to perform inspection and enforcement functions for the Building Department. Work includes conducting inspections; interpreting and enforcing building codes and zoning by-laws; and providing information and assistance to applicants regarding the permitting process. Employee works under the general direction of the Building Commissioner.

A candidate for this position should have an Associate's Degree or better in Building Construction or Design, and three (3) to five (5) years of experience in Construction or Design or equivalent education and experience. Must be a certified Local Inspector under 780 CMR 110.R.7.

A candidate for this position should have knowledge of the accepted requirements for building construction, fire prevention, lights, ventilation and safe egress, and equipment and materials essential for safety, comfort and convenience of occupants of a building structure. Skill in communication, customer service and organization skills, written and oral communication, enforcing codes and regulations fairly and impartially, computer programs and applications such as Microsoft Word, Email and Excel and become familiar with GIS. And the ability to inspect buildings and determine compliance with codes and regulations and exercise sound judgment and tact when dealing with potentially confrontational individuals. This position will be subject to a pre-employment physical, physical ability test, and CORI check.

To Apply: Send letter of interest and resume to Human Resources Department, 210 Central Street, Hingham, MA 02043. Email: humanresources@hingham-ma.com

Date of posting: July 29, 2014.
Deadline: Until Filled

The Town of Hingham is an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V and does not discriminate based on race, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual preference or any other legally protected status.


Communication Center Dispatcher

The South Shore Regional Emergency Communications Center (S.S.R.E.C.C.) is a newly formed
regional emergency communications center that supports the towns of Hingham, Hull, Norwell
and Cohasset.

The S.S.R.E.C.C. is seeking applicants for the position of Dispatcher to operate the public safety
communications systems that support the operations of the four member towns.

This position will work with existing Dispatchers receiving emergency and non-emergency calls
for service over the telephone and by other means, employing appropriate call screening
protocols, entering data into a computer(s) as it is being received and by dispatching the
appropriate public safety resources. This position is responsible for interaction with other public
safety dispatch agencies including the field personnel in law enforcement, fire and EMS. This
position is required to respond appropriately and professionally to requests for services from the
public as well as field personnel from the member municipalities.

Essential Job Duties

Operations

  • Processes incoming and outgoing emergency and non-emergency telephone calls
    ensuring agency policy, procedures, goals and objectives are met.
  • Dispatches and communicates with law enforcement, fire and EMS units ensuring
    agency policy, procedures and goals are met.
  • Speaks English clearly and verbally communicates effectively.
  • Learns and maintains familiarity with general geography of the communities served.
  • Works effectively and calmly in a high stress environment.
  • Make appropriate decisions based on minimal information.
  • Possess ability to recall details and record information/numbers quickly and correctly.
  • Meets all training requirements and certifications required by the S.S.R.E.C.C.
  • The S.S.R.E.C.C. operates under the requirements of 560 CMR 2.00 State 911
    Department Standards for Enhanced 9-1-1 and other regulations.

Essential Functions

Work Environment:

  • Shift work environment where hours of work will be driven by call volume and other
    workload factors of the S.S.R.E.C.C. rather than convenience of the staff.
  • 24/7 operations with work scheduled on days others consider holidays.
  • In addition to scheduled shifts, call back, holdover and overtime requirements exist.
  • Work performed at a technology driven stationary work station.

Physical Demands:

  • Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate multiple personal computers.
  • Sitting for extended periods of time while working at computer keyboards, monitoring a
    variety of public safety communications systems, completing electronic and written
    documentation required of operations.
  • Vision, specifically to include up close, distance, color and peripheral, depth perception
    and ability to adjust focus.
  • Hearing and speaking to exchange information with emergency callers and public safety
    personnel.
  • Applicants must type at least 30 words per minute.

Required Education and Experience:

  • Minimum of two (2) years of practical working knowledge and paid experience in public
    safety communications is preferred.
  • High school diploma or equivalent. College degree preferred.

Additional Requirements:

  • Applicants must be certified in CPR, or receive certification within 20 days of
    employment.
  • Preferred applicants to be certified in APCO EMD protocols.
  • Preferred applicants to be certified in LEAPS/CJIS
  • Applicants must successfully complete a background check and drug testing prior to
    employment.
  • Applicants must go through profile evaluations and will be evaluated accordingly using
    the S.S.R.E.C.C. materials and examinations. All results will remain confidential.

Salary and Benefits:

  • Full time union position. Will be assigned shifts based on need and availability.
  • Hourly wage starting at $ 19.16 to $ 23.13 per hour plus shift differential and possible
    overtime based on skills and prior experience.
  • S.S.R.E.C.C. currently uses eight (8) hour shifts on a rotating basis which is subject to
    change based on requirements.
  • Includes vacation (pre-approved) and holiday and health benefits.
  • Dispatchers will participate in the S.S.R.E.C.C. employee development program.

To Apply:

  • To apply, applicants can contact the SSRECC at 781-556-5445 or via email at
    mshirkus@ssrecc.org to obtain a detailed job description and application for
    employment. Applications will be sent to candidates via email.