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SEWER DEPARTMENT OPERATOR I (FULL-TIME 40 HOURS): Assist with the operation, maintenance and repair of sewer plant equipment. Perform daily work activities at sewer plant and collection system. Must obtain a CT Class I Wastewater Operators Certification within 2 years and Class 3 within 5 years. (Training Material Provided). Must obtain a CDL within 6 months. Must have a high school diploma. Random Drug testing required. Must carry a pager and be available to report to work 24/7 every 3 to 4 weeks. $20.34 per hour.


CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER I (PART-TIME 25 HOURS): Conducts inspections of housing and property to assess compliance with Housing, Zoning, and Ant-blight Ordinances and Regulations. Issues abatement orders and citations as needed. Must have considerable ability to work with supervisors, co-workers and the general public. Bilingual (English/ Spanish) strongly preferred. Must have an ability to read and interpret regulations. Must be High school Graduate and have valid Connecticut Driverís License. General knowledge of construction and property maintenance helpful. $17.21 Per hour.


ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY (PART-TIME 25 HOURS): Performs administrative and clerical work involving a wide range of skills: typing, scheduling, customer service and maintaining records. Knowledge of computer applications (Excel/Word) and basic math skills. Have strong organizational and interpersonal skills. Must be able to work with supervisors, coworkers and the general public. Must be a high school graduate or equivalent and have general office experience. Bilingual (English/Spanish) strongly preferred. $15.28 per hour.


Applications are available at the Town of Windham, Town Managerís Office, 979 Main St., Willimantic, CT 06226 or online at www.windhamct.com. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Closing Date: Monday, December 29, 2014, 5:00 p.m. EOE/ AA.



Town of Windham

Economic Development Director

The Town of Windham seeks qualified applicants for the position of Economic Development Director.


Position is responsible for planning, directing and overseeing activities for the Economic Development Commission and the Town Council. Must work closely with the Planning, Zoning and Conservation and Open Space Commissions. Also works cooperatively with the Windham Building, Zoning and Planning Officials. In addition to working in close partnership with Windhamís business, political, and corporate community, the Economic Development Director also works with other agencies such as the Chamber of Commerce and City, State and Federal officials and agencies.


Responsibilities include representing the Town in federal, state and regional efforts to promote community and economic development in Windham; providing an effective and rational system of land use and building management and controls; overseeing development and implementation of an Economic Development Master Plan addressing needs and promoting growth of the community; overseeing land use, environmental and long-range physical planning; developing divisional operating plans, budgets and objectives.


Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred, in Business Management, Marketing, Urban Planning, Real Estate or related field. Five to seven years of prior experience in economic development with strong organizational skills, and the ability to be a strong leader in a collaborative work environment. Position requires superior writing and oral skills and the ability to manage a large number of tasks and projects simultaneously. Experience in grant writing highly preferred. Hiring salary range is $65,429 - $79,168, equivalent with experience:


Cover letter, resume, and application will be accepted at the Town of Windham, Town Managerís Office, 979 Main Street, Willimantic, CT until, Monday, January 5, 2014.




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