SALARY: $889.19 – $1152.69
LOCATION: 980 HARRISON AVE
SCHEDULE: SUNDAY - THURSDAY 4:00PM - 12:00AM
ASSIGNMENT: ONE FULL TIME REGULAR POSITION
ELIGIBLE TO APPLY: ALL MEETING REQUIREMENTS LISTED BELOW
LAST DAY FOR APPLYING: OCTOBER 17, 2016
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Answer telephone call; receive complaints and requests for services; record location and type of maintenance request into a log book or a computer; distribute work orders among various crews; give maintenance crews additional information and instruction by telephone or radio, and post completed work orders into a log book or a computer. Use conventional written records or computer terminal, keyboard and printer to record maintenance data, office records and stock inventories; track responses to requests and produce periodic reports and correspondence. Type, file, coordinate and maintain various filing systems utilizing the computer and/or written records. Answer inquiries received from other departments. Perform related duties as required.
High School Diploma or GED required. Typing speed of 30-35 wpm. Must have basic general clerical and secretarial skills. Ability to deal effectively with other employees and the public. Required to work any emergency directed by the Commission or its designee. Good communication skills. Ability to work independently. Ability to open and close work orders daily. Knowledge of office record-keeping and equipment. . Successful completion of the BWSC’s Apprentice Program unless otherwise agreed. May be required to complete Waste Water Collection Course and obtain certification. May be required to complete Water Distribution Course.
INTERNAL APPLICANTS MUST HAVE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED AT LEAST SIX MONTHS OF SERVICE WITH THE BOSTON WATER AND SEWER COMMISSION. INTERESTED EMPLOYEES ARE ADVISED TO SEND THEIR APPLICATIONS THROUGH THEIR SUPERVISOR TO: HUMAN RESOURCES GENERALIST AT THE ABOVE ADDRESS. IN THE EVENT THAT THERE ARE NO INTERNAL CANDIDATES. PROBATIONARY EMPLOYEES MAY BE CONSIDERED. ** IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE CITY OF BOSTON RESIDENCY ORDINANCE, COMMISSION EMPLOYEES MUST REMAIN A CITY OF BOSTON RESIDENT FOR THE DURATION OF THEIR EMPLOYMENT.