This is responsible bookkeeping and record keeping work of complexity and variety in the maintenance of financial, payroll and permit records for a large City department. Current vacancy in New Haven Police Department.
Work involves participation in maintaining books of accounts for city revenues and expenditures, balancing funds, and preparing accounting and fiscal reports on a cyclical basis. Internal only.
This is technical work in enforcing compliance with building codes and ordinances governing building construction, alterations, and repair. Work involves the inspection of buildings and the examination of building plans for compliance with zoning, safety, and related regulations and requirements.
This is an attorney position under the direction of The Office of the Corporation Counsel. This position involves providing legal advice and counsel to various City departments, Boards and Commissions relating to their official duties in all aspects of municipal law.
This is skilled work in enforcing compliance with plumbing and heating codes and related ordinances governing building construction, alteration and repair. Work involves the inspection of buildings and the examination of building plans for compliance with plumbing and heating related regulations and requirements, and inspecting plumbing and heating installations in residential and commercial buildings.
This is a senior staff position under the direct supervision of the Mayor tasked with assisting the Administration in coordinating and improving the departments, offices and agencies that make up the municipal government organization. The role of this position seeks to champion the vision of the Mayor internally and externally by valuing diversity, equity and inclusion for all City employees and constituents, as well as maintain an unyielding focus at all times on what is best for residents and for the City.
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.
The Nurse Practitioner acts as a member of the program team in providing services to clinic patients and individuals seeking clinic services, and will provide full time clinical coverage, continuity in patient care, and health education services as well as give assistance in evaluation and planning.
This is a full-time position in the City of New Haven Health Department that is responsible for providing nursing services to individuals throughout the continuum of life in clinic-, school-, and community-based settings. This work may include, but is not limited to, providing adult and pediatric immunizations, screening, and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, and assisting with pediatric physicals.
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, 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 a part-time position in the City of New Haven Health Department that is responsible for providing guidance and coordination on infection prevention and control efforts to local partners. The nurse will work with high-risk and healthcare facilities within New Haven to develop and strengthen infection prevention and control policies and practices; and, will work to build local capacity by establishing a city-wide infection control committee/task force and will support the COVID-19 hotline.
This position is responsible for the printing and/or duplication of a variety of documents and printed materials. Typical duties include but are not limited to: Sets up and operates offset press, copiers, computers and other digital or printing equipment to produce printed material.
This is a professional planning position involving various responsibilities in the City Plan Department, including support for the City Plan Commission matters as well as participation in analytical and research projects, project management and planning studies, with focus on environmental development plans.
The Policy Analyst, under the Office of the Mayor, will assist with projects tailored to meet the needs of stakeholders in New Haven and the State. The Analyst will focus on the collection, analysis, and manipulation of a broad range of data and assist in the development of meaningful recommendations for the Mayor, Coordinators, department heads and the Board of Alders to act on.
The Public Health Clinic Charge Nurse works in the Department of Health executing professional public health nursing practices while coordinating daily activities in maintaining the effectiveness and efficiency of the Health Department’s clinical services. The Health Department operates various preventative medicine clinics that include sexual health, international travel, school-age children’s immunizations and school physicals, adult immunizations, tuberculosis testing, and seasonal influenza immunizations.
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.
The Public Health Nurse Coordinator assists in the management of the Bureau of Nursing by working directly with the Public Health Nurse Director, nursing staff and others involved in the delivery of public health services. This entails coordinating and supervising the day-to-day activities of the Bureau.
Supervise and teach swimming & floatation techniques to children & adults.
The individual will assist the Program Specialist and Community Recreation Supervisor supervise and conduct classes, provide periods of instruction, keep accurate records and all other related duties.
The individual will supervise and conduct classes, provide periods of instruction in coaching or officiating, order supplies, keep accurate records and work directly with the Community Recreation Supervisor in related activities.