IT/ Information systems I
The City of Claremont is expanding its Information Technology Department. We are looking for someone to fill the Information
Systems I Position. This computer savvy professional
will assist the Network Administrator in managing 9+ servers and 100+ city wide
computers. The selected candidate must possess the knowledge, skills, and
abilities, to maintain Microsoft Server and operating systems, an electronic
archiving system, work closely with vendors, evaluate department needs for hardware,
software and training and assist on various research projects. Responsibilities also include overseeing the
City’s telephone system. Candidate must
be able to communicate efficiently & effectively with management, staff and
vendors, and work independently when necessary. A strong generalized knowledge of information management and considerable
knowledge in TCP/IP networking and Microsoft software. Additional experience with GIS, Computer Assisted
Dispatch, municipal and property appraisal software a plus.
Bachelor’s degree in computer
science, Software Engineering or Computer Information Systems with a minimum of
five (5) years of extensive experience in varied computer applications, skill
in training of basic Micorsoft programs; or any equivalent combination which
demonstrates the possession of the required knowledge, skills and abilities.
Interested candidates should
submit their letter of interest, application and resume along with three
professional references by September 5, 2014 to:
Human Resources Coordinator, City of Claremont, 58 Opera House Sq.,Claremont, NH 03743 or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Offers of employment are contingent pending a
successful completion of pre-employment requirements including pre-employment
physical, drug screen and criminal background search. EOE
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DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC
The City of Claremont has an
immediate opening for a public works director. With a population of 13,300 citizens Claremont has all the amenities of
a large city, yet maintained a strong sense of community and citizen connection
to government. The City maintains an
infrastructure of 126 miles of roads, 90 miles of water transmission lines and
70 miles of sewer lines. We contract out
operations of our water and waste treatment plant. The Department of Public works provides
maintenance and repair services of the City’s roads, sidewalks, signs, water
and sewer lines, transfer station and city owned cemeteries. Oversees a budget of 7.3 million and a staff of 30.
The Director will be able to provide
the high level of expertise needed to successfully implement the vision for the
Public Works Department. This person
must be highly organized, decisive and an innovative leader with superb
interpersonal skills, judgment and integrity. Candidates must also be
results-orientated and committed to providing leadership that will inspire,
motivate and empower staff to achieve established goals.
A bachelor’s degree with major
study in Civil Engineering plus fifteen years of progressively responsible
experience in areas directly related to highway construction and maintenance,
municipal water and sewer systems, wastewater treatment plants and sanitary
landfill with at least five years of progressively responsible management and
supervisory experience or a combination which provides the required knowledge,
skills and ability. City residence required within 18 months of hire.
Salary is up to $92,842 D.O.E., with a generous
Interested candidates should send
a confidential comprehensive resume with a compelling cover letter, salary
history and references to:
City Hall, Human Resources, 58 Opera House
Square, Claremont, NH 03743 or email@example.com
Do you have good interpersonal
skills and enjoy working with the public? The City of Claremont, NH has an immediate opening for the position of
full time Building Inspector in the Planning & Development Department. This position is responsible for code
enforcement, inspecting residential buildings, commercial buildings and
alterations for compliance with City, State and Federal codes and regulations,
ensuring that they meet property maintenance, plumbing, mechanical, electrical
and building codes. The position offers a generous benefit package and starting
wage of up to $20.70 (DOE).
For more information visit our
website at www.claremontnh.com. Submit credentials to: Human Resources
Coordinator, City of Claremont, 58 Opera House Square, Claremont, NH
03743. Employment is contingent upon the
successful completion of pre-employment requirements. This position will remain
open till filled. The City of Claremont
is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Minute Taker for Boards and commissions
City of Claremont is seeking an experienced minute taker for our Boards and
Commission meetings. These meetings can be held during the day and some
evenings. Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft applications,
minute taking, strong administrative skills, and ability to translate notes
from any meeting into submissable documents within
5 days of meeting date.
is a temporary assignment paying $10 hourly. Qualified candidates may
apply to: Human Resources, 58 Opera House Square, Claremont, NH 03743 or
of employment are conditional pending the successful completion of
pre-employment requirements, which include drug screening and background
checks. The City of Claremont is an
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Parks & Recreation Department is seeking to fill the position(s) of Lifeguards. Life guarding responsibilities include monitoring participant's safety in the pool, maintenance of the pool, pool area, and locker rooms, maintaining records of pool usage, chemical testing and maintaining proper water balances in the pool.
The successful candidate must be a proficient swimmer. Prior lifeguard experience preferred but will train qualified individuals
. The selected candidate must successfully pass pre-employment requirements of a physical, drug screening, and criminal background search.
Wages start at $7.25 per hour through $12.00 depending upon experience. Hours of work may vary depending upon the staffing needs of the department.
- American Red Cross Lifeguard Training (or equivalent)
- CPR for the Professional Rescuer
Interested candidates must submit resumes and applications to the Human Resources Coordinator, City Hall, 58 Opera House Sq., Claremont, NH 03743, or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org The City of Claremont is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The City of Claremont, NH is seeking currently certified Full-Time officers to fill Full-Time officer vacancies. The City of Claremont has a population of 13,400 people providing an active policing atmosphere with a rural life style. The Claremont Police Department is a CALEA Recognized Agency.
To apply: Please submit a cover letter with resume to: Chief Alexander Scott, Esq., Claremont Police Department, 1 Police Court, Claremont, NH 03743. Resumes accepted until positions are filled. The City offers:
*Competitive wages relevant w/experience
*Paid vacation, paid personal & sick leave, 11 paid holidays
*Health Insurance, Dental, Life, Short Terms. Disability
*Enrollment with NH State Retirement (plus more!)
Visit www.claremontnh.com for a complete job description. Job will remain open until filled. The City of Claremont is an Equal Opportunity Employer
PART TIME COMMUNICATIONS - 911 OPERATOR
The Claremont Police Dept. is accepting applications and resumes for part time Communication Specialists to answer incoming telephone calls received at the Emergency Dispatch Center for the City of Claremont. Communications Specialists are responsible for dispatching information via radio, telephone and verbally to police, fire, emergency medical services, and other agencies responsible for the delivery of requested or required services. Other responsibilities include maintaining a log of all calls received including the nature of the call, the location of the call, and the applicable response information or data concerning the dispatch of services. Communication Specialists serve as a receptionist at the Claremont Police Dept. as well as performing a variety of clerical duties. The selected candidates must posses the abilities to communicate and interact well, effectively, and efficiently with the public, as well as with other staff and agencies that are responsible for responding to the situation. Selected candidates must also posses the abilities to think and act quickly while remaining calm and calming others, to focus on the immediate situation and act accurately under stressful emergency and non-emergency situations. Individuals must be team players!
Interested individuals must submit resumes and applications to the Human Resources Coordinator at City Hall, 58 Opera House Square, Claremont, NH 03743. Pre-employment requirements (physical/drug screen/criminal background check) are terms and conditions of all employment. This position will remain open until filled. Equal Opportunity Employer
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Address: 58 Opera House Square, Claremont, N.H. 03743-2677
Phone: 603-542-7026 Ext. 0298