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Job Postings

Current Job Openings

Deadline: 2/12/2021

SALARY RANGE: $44,818 - $63,213 ANNUALIZED

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.

Deadline: 1/29/2021

SALARY RANGE: $44,818 - $63,213 ANNUALIZED

This is skilled work in enforcing compliance with electrical codes and ordinances governing building construction, alterations, and repair. Work involves the inspection of buildings, and the examination of building plans for compliance with electrical and related requirements.

Deadline: 1/29/2021


This is professional library work in the supervision of a major branch library. The branch serves a diverse population, including a substantial Spanish speaking community. Branch Managers supervise all aspects of daily branch operations.

Deadline: 12/31/2021

SALARY RANGE: $73,560 - $132,920 ANNUALIZED

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.

Deadline: 2/12/2021

SALARY: up to $50.47 per hour

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.

SALARY: $26.00 per hour

This is a part-time position with the New Haven Health Department as a Community Health Worker operating in the field to conduct outreach and educate people who are at risk for acute and/or chronic diseases of public health interest.


The New Haven Financial Empowerment Center (NHFEC) aims to improve the financial stability of New Haven households by providing confidential, high-quality, certified one-on-one financial education and counseling to low-income and prison reentry residents. This professional certified lead position delivers consumer counseling while taking a nurturing supportive role in development of emergent NHFEC Counselors.

Deadline: 1/29/2021


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.

Deadline: 1/29/2021


This is professional planning work involving the supervision of the activities of the zoning section of the City Plan Department.

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.

Deadline: 1/29/2021

SALARY: $19.14 per hour

This is PART TIME, professional work at the entry level, involving the use of all library techniques and materials in positions such as reference, branch, children’s, technical services, etc.

Deadline: 1/29/2021

SALARY: up to $16.50 per hour

This is a part time position that may involve clerical, materials processing, support and other standard library routines. Schedule of work is 19 hours per week, may include evenings and weekends, at Ives or at branches. This particular assignment may include maintenance and light labor tasks.

Deadline: 2/2/2021


The position of Captain, under the general supervision of the Assistant Chief of Police and/or Chief of Police, plans, schedules, organizes, supervises, reviews and evaluates the activities of the Police Department through subordinate levels of supervision. This position is responsible for the day-to-day operational mission of the Police Department including development and implementation of departmental operation programs; the supervisory responsibility for the operation of an assigned division or unit and performance of related work as required. Promotional only; open only to members of Elm City Police who satisfy minimum requirements.


Work involves day to day program management in a variety of housing loan programs, and requires professional and administrative skills.

Deadline: 1/29/2021


This is a responsible and professional position providing oversight and development of appropriate and effective project management procedures for projects administered by assigned department, specifically the Health Department.

Deadline: 1/29/2021


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.


Work involves coordinating all aspects of Public Health Risk Communications and Emergency Response for the New Haven Health Department.

Deadline: 12/31/2021


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 is responsible work pertaining to the inspection and enforcement of the public space ordinances which are under the jurisdiction of the Director of Public Works. Incumbent assists with the implementation & management of programs and regulations that affect public space.