Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 05/21/19

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Here are today's job postings from MassHire...

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Job #3 – Civil Engineer – Upper Cape

Full Time: Position will primarily be in support of New England-based public and private sector clients but could include work in other areas of the United States. The office where the engineer will be based is negotiable, but the successful candidate will be expected to travel to other offices on occasion to coordinate with other staff members. The successful candidate will demonstrate experience in multiple aspects of civil engineering design including site design, storm water management, and roadway design. Requires Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or related field, experience in permitting at local and state level. Proficiency with AutoCAD. Between 5 to 8 years professional experience with knowledge of watershed hydrology and related software.

Job #4 – Environmental Services Director – Lower Cape

Full Time: Responsible for planning, organizing, developing and directing general operating maintenance, repair and housekeeping of the residence and the community physical plant to maintain proper operations. Oversees general operations of the Maintenance Department and Housekeeping. Responsible for communication and coordination with staff and schedules necessary tasks to accomplish repairs and alterations to buildings and equipment systems. Assumes responsibility for overall cleanliness, sanitation, safety and organization of the facility. Must have a minimum of three (3) years experience in a supervisory capacity in a maintenance plant related position, in building industry and/or housekeeping that requires the handling of upkeep, repair and maintenance of electrical, plumbing and structural matters, including HVAC systems. Must be knowledgeable in maintenance and housekeeping practices and procedures, as well as the laws, regulations and guidelines governing maintenance functions in the community.


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