Employment

All open positions accepting applications for employment with the Town of Randolph are listed below. 

The Town of Randolph is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

HEALTH & PLANNING

RANDOLPH INTERGENERATIONAL COMMUNITY CENTER

TREASURER/COLLECTOR

TURNER FREE LIBRARY

 

 

Community Wellness Planner

Departments: Town of Randolph Planning Department and Health Department

Position Title: Community Wellness Planner

Type of Position: This is a grant-funded, compensated position for employment with the Town of Randolph. The position will be part-time (20 hour/week) in the first year of employment, and full-time (35 hour/week) in the years two, three, and four of employment. If additional funding is secured, the position may continue beyond the 4 years that grant funding is available. The Community Wellness Planner shall be an at-will employee.  Employment shall not be guaranteed for any specified period of time and may be terminated at any time by the employee or by the Town of Randolph without cause or with or without notice. 

Type of Pay: The Community Wellness Planner will be paid a salary. The employee will be paid subject to all normal deductions for taxes and other withholdings as required by law and consistent with the Town’s applicable employment policies and procedures.

Appointing Authority: Town of Randolph Town Manager

Department Heads: Town of Randolph Health Director and Planning Director

Reporting Relationship: The Community Wellness Planner shall report to the Town of Randolph Planning Director and Health Director.

Benefits: For information on any available benefits, including any vacation, sick or personal time, please refer to the current Randolph Town Employee Handbook and consult with the Human Resources Office.

Location: Randolph, Massachusetts. 

Job Description: The Community Wellness Planner will be co-located in the Health Department and Planning Department and work closely with the Town, Randolph Public Schools, Community Organizations, and residents to build a healthy community through advocacy and programming. She/He/They will lead implementation of the Randolph Community Wellness Plan, and in doing so, organize and facilitate coalitions to advocate for policy, systems, and environmental change initiatives to improve the social determinants of health and promote health equity in Randolph.  To view the full job description, click HERE

Relevant files: Randolph Community Wellness Plan: (Full Document) 

Qualifications

·         Bachelor’s degree and three to five years of relevant experience in public health, urban planning, or public policy, or
          Master’s degree in urban public health, urban planning or public policy.

Status:
·         Part Time, Exempt. (0.5 FTE) in year 1 of employment with the Town of Randolph.
·         Full Time, Exempt (1.0 FTE) in years 2, 3, and 4 of employment with the Town of Randolph.
·         Typical work hours will be Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Occasionally work hours will include weekday evening and                     weekend hours.

Salary:
·         $40,000 (0.5 FTE) in year 1 of employment with the Town of Randolph.
·         $60,000 (1.0 FTE) in years 2, 3, and 4 of employment with the Town of Randolph.

Application Process: The Town will be accepting resumes until the position is filled and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. The Town of Randolph is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please submit your resume and cover letter to Anne Barkhouse at abarkhouse@randolph-ma.gov. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Seasonal Summer Help.
Please contact DPW Superintendent Chris Pellitteri at 781-961-0940 or via email at cpellitteri@randolph-ma.gov to apply or if you have questions. 

DEPARTMENT: Public Works
JOB TITLE: Seasonal Summer Help
SALARY RANGE: $15.00
# OF POSITIONS: 4
START DATE: Immediate Openings

NATURE OF WORK:

This is skilled work involved in maintenance and custodial care of municipal buildings, parks, recreational areas and ground. Work involves the operation of a variety of hand and power tools, equipment and vehicles; participating in the maintenance of buildings, grounds,  roadways,equipment and facilities.

EXAMPLES OF WORK*:

Performs maintenance on the interior and exterior of all town buildings as well as ground maintenance.
Participates in general cleaning, maintenance and repair of all town buildings.
Operates a variety of tools, equipment and vehicles including sprayers, string trimmers and mowers; paints a variety of surfaces.
Participates in seeding, mowing, raking and trimming of grass; cleans recreational areas; and otherwise prepares and maintains parks, forests and recreational areas and facilities.
Participates in tree and brush removal as assigned and other types of roadway operations.

REQUIREMENTS OF WORK:

Some experience in caring for lawns, trees and shrubs including some experience in one or more areas of the crafts and trades; graduation from high school; or any equivalent combination of experience and training. No benefits and no vacation.

Ability to lift heavy objects and to work continuously under varying weather conditions. Ability to understand and follow oral instructions. Ability to learn the safe operation of a variety of power tools, equipment and vehicles. Knowledge of the basic principles, practices and techniques of one or more of the crafts or trades.

Must possess a valid Massachusetts Class D Driver's License & be at least 18 years of age, and be subject to a CORI inquiry.

*The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to do this job. The above is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required.

 

Position:  Part time (19 hour) Front Desk Assistant at the RICC

To view the full job description, click here.

Applicants shall possess one to three years of experience in an office environment and the ability to deal with the general public appropriately and effectively. Applicant should have knowledge of Microsoft Office especially Excel.

Salary level for this position is $14.00

Resumes and cover letters should be emailed to: Elizabeth LaRosee, at elarosee@randolph-ma.gov The Town will be accepting resumes until the position is filled and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis.

Elder Services Part-Time Van Driver

The Town of Randolph seeks a part-time, non-exempt van driver for 14 hours per week at $12/hour. Provide friendly, courteous and safe transportation services to senior citizens as assigned or scheduled. Candidates must have a good driving record be courteous and sensitive to the needs of seniors. Have a working knowledge of local streets/roads. 

 Qualifications:
·        Adheres to the Town of Randolph’s driving/van services policies
·        Must have a valid MA Dr. License and operate vehicle(s) in accordance with all applicable laws
·        Routine check on vans (including, tires, fuel, seat belts etc.)
·        Reports issues/problems with vehicle to Adult/Senior service Director as soon as practicable
·        Provides daily reporting on van services (riders, mileage, fuel)
·        Assists passengers in getting on/off vans if necessary (curb to curb assistance)
·        Destinations may include Medical/dental appointments in surrounding towns (No Boston trips) or for non-medical appointments, within the town of Randolph
·        Must take mandated training as described by MArtap (Massachusetts Rural Transit Assistance Program) Including but not limited to, Wheelchair Lift and Securement, Safe Transportation under the ADA
·        Performs other related duties as assigned

Applications and/or resumes and cover letters should be emailed to: Elizabeth LaRosee, elarosee@randolph-ma.gov. The Town will be accepting resumes until the position is filled and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis.  

 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Motor Equipment Operator   Motor Equipment Operator Grade DPW-1      Hourly Rate $28.64

Vacancy- One to be filled on a permanent basis

Job Definition: Skilled work in the operation of motor equipment and laborers duties when assigned.

Distinguishing Characteristics: Works under general supervision and is assigned daily tasks by the division foreman. Work requires independent judgment and careful operation of assigned equipment to avoid breakdowns and to avoid damage to public and private property. Errors could be costly to correct and could result in damage to expensive equipment. Work requires constant heavy physical effort and is performed under varying weather conditions, and varying work hours during emergency operations such as snow and ice.

Examples of Work: Operates motor equipment in the performance of the tasks assigned. Types of motor equipment operated include pickup trucks, dump trucks, sanders, snowplows, bobcats, mowers, sidewalk tractors, and sidewalk snow blowers. Shall follow prescribed preventative maintenance procedures on assigned equipment, also performs labor incidental to the work of operating assigned equipment or other labor tasks within the DPW when not assigned to motor equipment.

Desirable Qualifications: High School graduation, two years qualifying experience in the operation of motor equipment. Basic knowledge in the servicing and preventive maintenance procedures related to motor equipment assigned to operate.

License requirements:  Mass CDL driver’s license with air brake, and tanker endorsements and Hydraulic Hoisting license are preferred at hire but successful candidate must acquire the licenses by the dates required by the IOUE contract language.

Anyone interested in applying for this position must submit a letter with qualifications to Anne Barkhouse, Town Manager’s Office, 41 S Main Street, Randolph, MA or email abarkhouse@randolph-ma.gov no later than 4:00 on Wednesday, August 4, 2021.

Administrative Assistant in the Treasurer/Collector Office. 

See attached job description.

The position requires a high school diploma and one to three years of experience in an office environment and the ability to deal with the general public appropriately and effectively. Applicant should have knowledge of Microsoft Office especially Excel and Powerpoint; Vision; Real Estate Research Consultants software; Munis and Kelly & Ryan excise software

Salary level for this position is $66,252.00-$73,979.00 per annum.

Resumes and cover letters should be submitted to: Anne Barkhouse, 41 South Main Street, Randolph, MA 02368 or emailed to abarkhouse@randolph-ma.gov no later than 4:00 P.M. Thursday, July 29, 2021.

Position Title:  Planning Clerk

Type of Position:  Appointed, compensated, non-exempt part-time employment position with the Town of Randolph.  The regular schedule for this position is 15-20 hours of work per week. 

Type of Pay:  Clerk will be paid an hourly wage for each hour worked subject to all normal deductions for taxes and other withholdings as required by law and consistent with the Town’s payroll practices.

Appointing Authority:  Town Manager

Department Head:  Town Planner

Reporting Relationship:   The Clerk shall report to the Town Planner and may be overseen on by the Town Manager.

Benefits:  For information on any available benefits, including any vacation, sick or personal time, please refer to the current Randolph Town Employee Handbook and consult with the Town Manager’s Office.

Job Description: Performs as variety of skilled semi-complex and complex administrative and secretarial work to assist the Town Planner in supporting the functions of the office to include the administrative, financial-related and technical work of the department; assist in the daily administration of the standard operating policies and procedures of the department; performs all other related work as required.

The essential functions or duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.

  • Assists in the operation of the office through the performance of various administrative functions to include typing, data entry, filing and management of applications and decisions, correspondence, billing, accounts payable, accounts receivable, agendas, legal notices, answering requests for information from the public and developers, types and edits documents for the Town Planner and Planning Board.
  • Assists residents and general public on the telephone and in person regarding complaints and requests for information; assists residents, contractors and other departments by providing copies, pulling files, issuing information, regulations and applications; assists in filling out forms and applications.
  • Accepts applications and fees for projects and sites in accordance with established procedures.
  • Prepares and submits departmental accounts receivables to the Treasurer Collector; processes various accounts payable bills from department accounts; processes various accounts payable bills; maintains detailed spreadsheets for accounts payable and accounts receivable.
  • Maintains project-specific spreadsheets to record accurately and timely monies received expenses and monies due or owed on each report.
  • Provides general assistance and types correspondence and various letters, forms, reports, bids, contracts and advertisements from copy, rough draft or general instructions; maintains departmental records; screens incoming departmental correspondence; prepares statistical reports as required; performs record keeping work.
  • May attend and record minutes from Planning Board meetings and other committee meetings; types minutes as required.
  • May be required to attend special meetings and be assigned special projects as required.
  • Performs similar or related work as required, directed, or as situation dictates.

ENVIRONMENT: Performs work under typical office conditions with normal interruptions;

operates computers and standard office equipment, including personal computer, typewriter, telephone, facsimile machine, and copy machine; has frequent contact with the general public to provide information regarding departmental policies and procedures, applications, notices, planning projects, etc.; also has frequent contact with other town departments for the purpose of coordinating work effectively; contact is in person, by telephone, and in writing.

Education:

High School diploma; Associate’s Degree preferred.

Experience:

Over two (2) years of office experience; experience in dealing with the public preferred.

Substitutions:

Additional years of relevant education may be substituted for equal years of experience.

Licenses/Certificates:

None

Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:

  • Knowledge of standard office practices, procedures and equipment.
  • Knowledge and ability to employ records management practices, prepare reports and correspondence.
  • Proficient in the use of personal computers and software programs (Microsoft Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Ability to multi task, organize, work independently and meet deadlines despite frequent interruptions in a fast-paced environment while maintaining attention to detail.
  • Ability to interact tactfully and effectively with Town employees, officials and the general public.
  • Superior communication skills; ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
  • Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail and accuracy.

Physical Requirements

Occasional light physical effort required to perform duties under typical office conditions with little exposure to occupational risks. May be required to sit, walk and stand for extended periods.

To apply, send cover letter and resume to Anne Barkhouse by mail at 41 South Main Street, Randolph, MA 02368 or by email to abarkhouse@randolph-ma.gov

 

Library Assistant

Current Status: Part Time

                                                                                              FLSA Status: Non-exempt

The position is 19 hours per week, $26.54 per hour (Union Grade 3, Step 1). The hours will include a combination of days, nights, and potentially weekends.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:

  • Works under the direct supervision of the Chief Circulation Librarian or other supervisor.
  • Provides a welcoming, friendly, and helpful environment to all patrons while maintaining the library mission of providing equal access to all patrons, while enforcing the Appropriate Patron Behavior Policy.
  • Performs a variety of routine and well-defined duties which require the exercise of some judgment and initiative in assisting patrons and responding to requests.
  • Enjoys frequent contact with the general public, requiring courtesy, tact, and patience in providing assistance to patrons.
  • Must appreciate the importance of confidentiality and privacy of patron circulation records, personal patron information, and patron book selections.
  • Moderate physical effort required in performing duties including lifting, carrying, and/or shelving books, under typical library conditions with minimal exposure to hazards.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:

  • Assists patrons at circulation desk, checking materials in and out, registering new patrons for library cards and Internet access, issues library cards and replaces lost cards, assists with holds and renewals, prepares and sends overdue notices, collects fines, resolves overdue and lost materials issues.
  • Maintain working knowledge of multiple computer softwares and databases required to exercise daily duties, including, but not limited to: Workflows, SAM, ILL, VirtCat, Open Office, Microsoft Office, assorted reference databases, the Turner Free Library home page, and the Internet.
  • Assist patrons in utilizing the above mentioned services.
  • Receive daily transit, including unpacking, checking in, shelving books on hold shelf, and calling patrons to alert them that their materials have arrived.
  • Provide reference assistance and readers advisory to library patrons.
  • Assists in the processing of materials for shelving.
  • Assists with special projects.
  • Print morning, noon, and evening holds lists, pull requested items and prepare them for transit to requesting libraries.
  • Troubleshoot public access computers, staff computers, and WIFI, place calls to service providers including, but not limited to SAM, Town of Randolph, and OCLN.
  • Collect money for overdue fines, lost or damaged items, printing, sales of fundraising items for Friends, replacement of library cards, and occasional donations to the library.
  • Answer telephone and assist patrons with holds, renewals, general reference, museum pass reservations, hours, program room, donations, directions, etc.
  • Reserve and distribute Museum Passes.
  • Clean and repair damaged library media.
  • Ready reference and readers advisory.
  • Maintain copier and provide assistance to patrons with copying.
  • Shelf reading assigned sections of library collection, shifting books, weeding duplicates, and blocking shelves for neatness.
  • Monitor book drops.
  • Assist in maintaining the cleanliness of the library: picking up trash, filling scrap paper and pencil supplies, keeping paper in all the printers and copiers, organizing furniture.
  • Assist with library programs.

RECOMMENDED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education & Experience:

High school diploma, entry level position, experience in library work or similar public service position preferred.

Substitute Library Assistant

Substitute Library Assistant position available at the Turner Free Library.  Responsible for exemplary customer service at busy circulation desks of a popular public library. Will answer phones, check patron materials in and out, complete hold lists, straighten shelves, readers advisory, computer troubleshooting, issue and replace library cards, assists with reserves, aids with materials processing, collect fines, prepare and send overdue notices. Computer proficiency required. ILS experience, particularly Symphony Workflows, is preferred.

Working hours will be split between adult and children’s departments. Applicants should be at least 18 years old.

The position is per diem, $20.00 per hour with no benefits. High school diploma or equivalent required. Hours will primarily include nights and weekends, with occasional day coverage shifts. 

Please email resume and cover letter to Library Director, Sharon Parrington Wright at spwright@ocln.org, open until filled. Randolph is an equal opportunity employer.