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Full Time Laborer- Highway Division
Town of Hampton The Highway Laborer performs a variety of routine unskilled and semi-skilled duties involving the construction, repairing, cleaning and maintaining of streets, sidewalks, parks and other facilities; may operate equipment, packers, dump trucks and vehicles in absence of regularly assigned personnel.
Full Time Sludge Truck Driver/Laborer for the Waste Water Treatment Plant Division
Town of Hampton An opening exists in the Public Works Department for a sludge truck driver/laborer for the Waste Water Treatment Plant Division. The Sludge Truck Driver/Laborer performs a variety of routine semi-skilled duties involving the operation and maintenance of the Wastewater Treatment plant and pump stations; drives the sludge truck and may operate other equipment as necessary.
FULL TIME WASTEWATER SYSTEM OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Town of Hampton The Wastewater System Operations & Maintenance Technician performs technical and mechanical work involving the operations and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant and pump stations and carries out the Division's Preventive Maintenance program. Performs grease trap and industrial pre-treatment inspections. Serves as back-up plant operator when needed.
Full Time Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator - On The Job Training
Town of Hampton The Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator OJT performs technical work involving the operation and maintenance of a wastewater treatment plant and the recording of related data.
A candidate for this position should have a High School diploma or GED, supplemented by one year of schooling in wastewater treatment and one year of experience in a wastewater treatment plant; OR equivalent combination of education and experience which demonstrates the possession of the required knowledge, skills, and abilities in the operation and maintenance of varied types of mechanical equipment.
LIGHT EQUIPMENT OPERATOR – SEWER & DRAIN DIVISION
Town of Hampton he Hampton Public Works Department has an immediate opening for a full time Light Equipment Operator in the Sewer & Drain Division. A person in this position performs semi-skilled and skilled operation of trucks (above 1-ton capacity) and light duty motor equipment on a full time or predominant basis and performs general laboring functions incidental to operation of assigned equipment, as assigned. Works under the direct supervision of a foreman.
Laborer/Transfer Station Attendant/Truck Driver
Town of New Hampton 40 hour a week full-time position with the Public Works Department in support of the day-to-day operations for both Highway and Transfer Station. The work schedule will include Saturdays at the Transfer Station/Recycling Center and will include operating a skid steer and backhoe.
Must be able to perform manual tasks related to highway maintenance, solid waste handling and plowing and sanding. Sanding and snowplowing experience is a plus. CDL-B preferred but willing to train to obtain the CDL-B within 12 months of hire.
Town of Henniker Is responsible for the enforcement of IBC building codes, site plan regulations, subdivision regulations, sign ordinance, zoning ordinance, and flood plain regulations. The position is also required to issue all permits, including building, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, other related permits required by the Town, and inspections of all new construction and renovation projects to ensure compliance with adopted code ordinances. Enforces public health laws and regulations and sanitary investigations as Deputy Health Officer. Performs all other related work as required.
Heavy Equipment Operator
Town of Henniker The Town of Henniker, NH Highway Department is currently seeking a full-time Heavy Equipment Operator. They will be responsible for operating heavy equipment, including loaders, backhoes, dump trucks, excavators, trucks equipped with snowplows, other snow and ice activities. Some everyday tasks could be shovel work, jackhammering, asphalt cutting, maintain drainage systems, clean out storm drains, culverts, and ditches, lay brick and block for drainage structures, dig trenches, and other related duties as assigned.
Seasonal Plow Drivers
Town of Bedford, NH POSITION: PLOW DRIVERS – Seasonal/Part Time PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
STARTING WAGE: $28 per hour based on experience and qualifications. Plus $500.00 end of season bonus for perfect attendance.
Seasonal/Part Time Plow Drivers work as needed, based on weather condition needs. Must operate the Town’s winter maintenance equipment as instructed. CDL license required and must have an excellent driving record.
Individuals selected must be able to work long and extended hours in adverse conditions, as needed.
(This list should not be construed to imply that these duties are the exclusive standards of the position. Incumbents may be required to follow any other instructions, and to perform any other related duties, as needed.)
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • CDL License with valid medical card • Excellent driving record • Adaptability and ability to properly deal with the public if needed
Please obtain the required application online at https://www.bedfordnh.org/230/Employment-Opportunities or in person at the Town Office. Completed applications, and cover letter may be submitted to email@example.com (preferred) or mail or deliver to:
Bedford Town Offices Human Resources Department 24 North Amherst Road Bedford, NH 03110
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Posted until filled for the 2021/2022 season.
Town of Bedford POSITION: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS TRUCK DRIVER – FULL TIME, UNION POSITION
PAY RATE: $19.17 – 27.00 per hour
SUMMARY: The Truck Driver operates all types and tonnage of trucks, and may operate tractors, rollers, and mowers, as well as perform a variety of manual tasks in connection with such operations. Truck drivers work under the immediate supervision of the Highway Superintendent, and/or other appropriate supervisory employees, and may be directed to supervise the work of other employees.
The Truck Driver works in a moderately noisy setting and in a variety of environments. Physical requirements include the ability to shovel, lift, bend, walk, sit or stand for long periods of time and carry objects weighing one hundred (100) pounds or more, as well as have the ability to work with a variety of cleaning, snow removal, lawn care and construction/maintenance related equipment.
Operates heavy trucks in the transportation of sand, gravel, stone, and supplies.
Operates light trucks to carry tools, equipment, and supplies to and from jobs. Performs road sanding and plowing in the winter months. Operates tractor and mower to cut large areas of grass. Occasionally services and performs minor repairs on equipment and vehicles. Assists in loading and unloading materials and equipment transported by truck. Performs the duties of laborer as assigned, when not engaged as a driver, which may include lifting and carrying objects weighing one hundred (100) pounds or more. Performs such other related duties as may be required from time to time.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should have a High School Diploma or equivalent, with two (2) or more years of experience in the capacity of truck driving; or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Applicants should be comfortable working in a moderately noisy setting and in a variety of environments - See link for full posting.
Financial Relationships Coordinator
NH Community Development Finance Authority CDFA is hiring a full-time Financial Relationships Coordinator to assist and support the team in areas such as loan processing and closings, training and technical assistance for external parties, correspondence, accounts receivable accounting functions, purchasing, and general office duties.
Public Access TV Station Coordinator (PT)
Town of Chester, New Hampshire Chester Public Access Television (PACT) is looking for a part time Station Coordinator. The person will work in the Town of Chester NH and maximize and maintain the Public Access channels for Government, Public and Education broadcast on the Comcast cable system; as well as, the Video On-Demand and Live stream system. The position is part time and will cover no more than 20 hours per week. There are no benefits. Details on the NHMA Classified page or available via email.
Transfer Station Attendant(s)
Town of Chester, New Hampshire The Town of Chester, NH prides itself on its clean and efficient Transfer Station. We are in need of enthusiastic individuals who care about the environment enough to assist in assuring that trash and recycling materials are properly handled. Recycling is mandatory in the Town of Chester, and materials are expected to be pre-sorted and brought to our Transfer Station for correct placement into labeled areas.
The Transfer Station is open Wednesdays from 5pm to 730pm and Saturdays from 7am to 2pm. This is a part-time position averaging between ten and twelve hours weekly.
Full details at Town website or NHMA Classified Ads page.
Human Health Risk Assessor
NH DES Working with the NH APPLETREE Team to make recommendations for NH residents regarding environmental health and exposure.
On-Call Snowplow Operator
Town of Bow Department of Public Works The Town of Bow is seeking an On-Call Snowplow Operator. The Town has a fleet of winter maintenance equipment ranging from pick-up trucks to 6-wheel dump trucks with wing plows. When storm intensity and/or staffing shortages dictate a need, we will reach out to the On-Call Drivers to report for duty and assist in winter maintenance operations.
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older, have a clean driving record, a CDL B License with Air Brake endorsement. Must reside within 30 minutes travel time of Bow Department of Public Works Building. Snowplowing with wing plow experience is a plus.
Interested individuals should apply using the Town’s Employment Application. All respondents must highlight the scope of their plowing experience, references and equipment used.
The wage for this Seasonal Position is $30.00/per hour, plus an end of Season Bonus of $500.00 for perfect attendance. This position is also eligible for Overtime for hours accrued after the completion of a 40-hour consecutive work week.
Finalist must complete a criminal background check and supply a current copy of their Motor Vehicle History.
If you want a blank application sent to you email Lois Richards firstname.lastname@example.org. Submit your applications by mail to Department of Public Works, 10 Grandview Road, Bow NH 03304, or email to email@example.com. Also, interested candidates can fill out the employment application online at the Town of Bow www.bownh.gov put Job Application in the Search Box.
Town of Bow is an equal opportunity employer. Questions? Call 603-223-3930 and ask to speak to Tim Sweeney, Director of Bow Public Works.