The Controller is responsible for oversight and administration of the City’s General Fund budget, its Special Revenue Funds (state and federal grants) and Capital Bonding Funds.
This is part time fiscal/clerical work in the collection of property taxes, and other fees in the office of the Tax Collector.
This is responsible part time work in the Department of Transportation, Traffic & Parking involving the safe crossing of children to and from schools. Locations are assigned by supervisor. Guards are required to maintain safe and efficient flow of pedestrian and vehicular traffic.
This is highly responsible administrative and supervisory work in coordinating, planning, organizing and directing programs and policies pertaining to populations of the New Haven community most vulnerable to poor outcomes including individuals experiencing homelessness, incarceration history, mental illness, substance use, and victims and perpetrators of violence.
This is highly responsible administrative and professional position involving the oversight and management of the Department of Transportation, Traffic, and Parking.
This is highly responsible, mayoral-appointed position in the Livable City Initiative, which is the City’s housing department. This position oversees a large staff covering four divisions whose primary responsibilities include the creation of new affordable housing units, the preservation of existing units, creating new market-rate units across the City, enforcement of the City’s housing codes, property maintenance, anti-blight activities and property acquisition and disposition.
This is responsible work in providing an evidenced-based home visitation program for enrolled families with children between the ages of zero and five, including during the prenatal period.
This is professional and technical work in the field of Civil Engineering in a municipal environment. The work consists of performing a variety of engineering and technical tasks to produce supporting designs and provide inspection services on projects that are developed within the Engineering Department or as assigned.
This is high level work in the care and maintenance of parks, fields, playgrounds or equipment. Internal only.
This is professional level work in assisting with the administration and operation of human resource management programs critical to the fulfillment of departmental goals and objectives.
This is a responsible and professional position providing oversight and development of appropriate and effective project management procedures for projects administered by the Environmental Health division of the Health Department.
This is a professional position, under the direction and supervision of the Director of Health. Work involves coordinating all aspects of Public Health Risk Communications and Emergency Response for the New Haven Health Department.
The Public Health Nurse will assume responsibility for providing professional nursing care and expertise to individuals and their families in one or more public schools, non-public schools, and in the community.
This position is responsible for performing advanced level quality management and continuous quality improvement of the New Haven Health Department Ryan White Program.
This is administrative professional recreation work organizing and directing regular and special recreation activities and events on a citywide basis. Work involves responsibility for developing and maintaining a large amount of varied recreation programming throughout the City; for planning and coordinating city-wide tournaments, or educational and cultural activities related to recreation; for coordinating in-service training, and providing administrative direction for city-wide recreation programs.