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Employment Opportunities

Assistant Purchasing Agent-Temporary/Part Time 
Assistant Purchasing Agent City of Meriden seeks a temporary part time Assistant Purchasing Agent 20 hours; 4 days per week; to assist with purchasing work such as reviewing contracts and assisting Department Heads with RFP's for vendors and materials. Must have at least 5 years experience in municipal purchasing and at least the Assistant Director level. Salary DOE. Apply on line at or send resumes to Caroline Beitman, Personnel Department, City Hall, 142 East Main Street, CT 06450. Last date to apply is Friday, November 21, 2014. E. O. E.

Parking Attendant/Cashier - Part Time  
Parking Attendants/Cashiers This is semi-skilled work in maintaining, servicing and collecting money from parking lots. Taking collections from hourly parkers, daily reporting of monies collected, balancing receipts, monitor lot area, work in adverse weather. General maintenance of lots, office and gate house. Graduation from a standard high school, vocational school or equivalent. Must have a valid CT driver’s license. 25 hour work week. Mondays and Tuesdays 8:00A.M. to 6:00 P.M. and Wednesdays 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Salary $8.87 per hour. Meriden residents only. Applications are available in the Personnel Department, 142 East Main Street, Meriden, or on line at . Last date to apply is Friday, October 24, 2014. E. O. E.

Public Health Accreditation Manager - Temporary  
Public Health Accreditation (PHAB) Manager Meriden Health and Human Services Department Temporary Grant Funded Assignment 19.75 hours a week Meriden is seeking a part time temporary grant funded Public Health Accreditation Manager. This person will develop and implement projects and programs aimed at preparing the Meriden Department of Health and Human Services for future accreditation. The focus is on imbedding the practices of quality improvement, performance management and workforce development into the operation of the health department and aligning it with PHAB. Coordination and involvement in assuring the prerequisites for PHAB accreditation are met and overseeing the accreditation process are also key parts to this position. A Master’s degree in Public Health is preferred, a MS or MS in Public or Business Administration with public health coursework may be considered. A minimum of two years of program administration experience in a public health organization is required. • Thorough knowledge of public health, the functions of local health departments, and the various projects focusing on standards development. • Experience implementing formal quality improvement processes and performance management systems • Experience responding to the requirements of grants and other government funded projects. • Experience implementing and managing multiple complex project simultaneously. • Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills. • Knowledge of the PHAB process. Salary is $28.00 to $30.00 Apply on line at or at City Hall, Personnel Department, 142 East Main St, Meriden. Closing date is Friday, October 24, 2014. E.O.E. Women and Minorities urged to apply.

Substitute Crossing Guards 
Substitute School Crossing Guards Routine work in safeguarding the passage of school children across heavily traveled streets, responsible for protecting the lives of school children crossing at dangerous traffic points. Scheduled hours to cover the morning, noon and afternoon when children are traveling to and from school. Some knowledge of municipal traffic regulations. Must have valid CT driver’s license, own transportation, home phone and be willing to work in all types of weather. Applications are available in the Personnel Department 142 East Main Street, Room #235 or apply on line at Last date to apply is Friday, September 12, 2014. E.O.E. Women and Minorities are urged to apply.