Career Opportunities


Planning Department
Community Projects Manager


The Town of Hamilton seeks a Full-time Non-Exempt, 37.5 hours per week Community Projects Manager to provide administrative and technical support to the Community Preservation Committee (CPC), the Hamilton Affordable Housing Trust (HAHT), and the Historic District Commission (HDC).  This position will also oversee and coordinate the town’s grants programs, assist with communication of town projects, and development of a budget document to more effectively communicate the town’s annual spending proposal. The position requires professional judgment in providing support services and is responsible for maintaining and improving upon the efficiency and effectiveness of all areas under his/her direction and control. For a complete job description, click here.

Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in government, municipal planning, business or other related fields, and at least three years of experience in municipal management, housing, government law, planning, procurement, or related field; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and work experience.  Master’s degree preferred. Salary range of $30.02 – $34.48/hr., depending on qualifications.  

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume by March 16, 2020, to Hamilton Town Hall, 577 Bay Road, P.O. Box 429 Hamilton, MA 01936 or email

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A fantastic opportunity for an MLS librarian or MLS candidate librarian to work in a well-loved and busy library. We are looking for a forward-thinking, creative, and service-oriented
professional to join our team and help enhance our library services. The successful candidate will primarily work at the Reference desk but may also have shifts at the Circulation and/or
Children’s desk. Daily work includes assisting patrons at the desk with reference work, checkouts, holds, museum passes and readers’ advisory as well as assisting with electronic
resources, computers, microfilm, photocopiers and printers, scanners and mobile technology.

Duties, Responsibilities and Qualifications:
Candidate must have excellent interpersonal skills and be able to communicate effectively and work cooperatively with patrons of all ages, volunteers, community partners, colleagues and
supervisors. Qualified candidates must be organized, reliable, able to work independently and as part of a team, have a positive attitude, and excellent customer service and problem-solving

An MLS or MLS candidate is required. Experience with Symphony WorkFlows is a plus as well as proficiency with Microsoft Office, knowledge of current technology, technological trends, and
operation of related equipment, familiarity with online searching is required.

Hours of Work:
19.5 hours a week. The position includes a rotation of Saturdays. Hours are assigned and subject to change in order to meet the needs of the department and the Library. Flexibility is
expected and desired. *This is a temporary position covering for a leave and will work up to five months beginning approximately the beginning of April 2020. If budget allows this position could be moved to permanent.*

Rate: Librarian I hourly rate range FY’20 = $19.97-$22.94

For complete job description here.

Application Procedure:
Submit a cover letter and resume to Kim Butler, Library Director, 
First consideration given to applications received by March 14, 2020.

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