Today's job postings from Career Opportunities - 07/06/18

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Here are today's job offerings from Career Opportunities...

Job #1 – Building Commissioner/Zoning Enforcement Officer – Outer Cape Full Time: Perform administrative, supervisory and inspection work related to the enforcement and interpretation of the state building code and the local zoning bylaw. Performs field inspections and investigations of violations and checks compliance with approved site plans. Certification as Inspector of Buildings/Building Commissioner through the Massachusetts Department of Public Safety or as allowed under MGL Ch. 143 and 780 CMR 110.R7 and a valid motor vehicle operator’s license are required. Must have thorough working knowledge of Massachusetts State Building Code, local zoning bylaws, and other applicable state statutes and regulations. APPLICATION DEADLINE JULY 20, 2018

Job #2 – Machinist/Mechanic – Upper Cape Full Time: Responsibilities include operation of machine shop equipment, overhaul and repair of pumps, compressors, hydraulic systems, engine controls and diesel engines. EMD, Detroit and Caterpillar diesel engine experience is essential. Applicant must have 2 to 5 years of experience or equivalent in the repair, troubleshooting and maintenance of diesel engines and mechanical systems. Marine or shipyard experience is preferred. Applicant must be fully skilled and able to work from sketches, manuals and blueprints. APPLICATION DEADLINE JULY 27, 2018

If you are interested in one of these positions send your resume to [email protected] and indicate the job that interests you.


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