Fleet Manager
Public Works Department-
This is a highly responsible position overseeing the activities of the Fleet Services Division in directing the maintenance and repair of equipment and replacement programs for City vehicles. Work involves planning and directing daily activities, long-term fleet replacement strategies, preventive maintenance plans and other major City-wide fleet management projects. Work is performed with considerable discretion and independent judgment under the general direction of the Director of Public Works. The position supervises the Parts Manager, Equipment Service Writer, Division Foremen, Fire Equipment Specialist and Accountant. Primary responsibilities include plan, organize, coordinate and direct the maintenance and repair of City fleet with over 500 vehicles and equipment, with a focus on overall safety and efficiency; maintains customer service focus by monitoring fleet repair satisfaction reports, feedback from user customers, and shop productivity reports; exercises overall management of the department's five (5) major inventories: equipment, fuel, lubricants, parts and records; recommends fleet replacement, preventive maintenance, and repair policies in support of City-wide fleet usage goals; manage surplus equipment disposal program; prepares recommendations and bidding documents and specifications for replacement equipment and annual equipment budgets, inspects and approves newly purchased equipment, supervises the processing of all City-wide equipment purchase requests with central Purchasing Agent staff, preparation of annual fleet cost records and summaries of equipment and maintenance of related records; prepares the annual Division budget, including program identification and funding, monitors the budget status throughout the year, provides funding recommendations for operations and fleet replacement needs; prepares reports relative to the budget, equipment readiness, inventory status and related topics as needed; oversees hiring, training, performance management, and employee relations of Division personnel; manages overall work order, fleet cost accounting and preventive maintenance program; handles the vehicle registration and related duties, utilizes system output for billing interdepartmental charges for vehicle service and use; oversees the daily operation of the fuel system, manages fuel usage and inventory reports, makes recommendations on fuel conservation measures; evaluates and updates latest information on alternative fuels, engine applications and other fleet technology that supports the City's overall sustainability goals and reduces energy costs; generates periodic reports for regulatory authorities, such as hazardous materials manifests and DEP reports; develops and manages a preventive maintenance program and asset management system for the City fleet; works collaboratively with Department Divisions, City Departments, and outside agencies and vendors; participates in the planning and preparations of the Department's seasonal operations; works with Division personnel to ensure a high level of morale and productivity in a safe work environment; works with Fleet direct reports to ensure adherence to state and local regulations; and performs related work as required. Requirements: Associate or bachelor's degree in Fleet Maintenance, Business or Public Administration or any equivalent combination of education, experience and training; experience in budgeting and financial operations, ability to analyze financial and operational data, working knowledge of creating and maintaining fleet expense and revenue budgets; knowledge of Federal and State regulations pertaining to fleet operations and fueling; ability to prepare clear and concise oral and written reports; ability to utilize computer and programs related to fleet management, diagnostics, inventory, and finance, working knowledge of inventory procedures and recordkeeping; experience supervising skilled, semi-skilled and administrative personnel; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, other departments and the general public; ability to plan work schedules and undertake routine projects with minimum supervision; considerable knowledge of standard practices, methods, tools and machines of the various skilled mechanical trades; able to analyze statistical information; working knowledge of the types and capabilities of equipment used in municipal fleets, including City operations, and public safety equipment; experience using vehicle maintenance and preventive maintenance software; willingness to work a flexible work schedule; ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing; ability to become familiar with local repair shops and their abilities. Desired Experience and Training: Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in Fleet Management; experience with financial software such as MUNIS, asset management software and GSuite (Google office productivity software); and experience with a union workplace preferred. Necessary Special Requirements: Must possess valid Maine Class C driver’s license and must have and maintain a good driving record. Offers of employment are contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory criminal background check. Salary range $79,073 to $94,400/year, based on education and experience. If applicable, relocation costs could be covered.
Accepting applications/resumes 8/14/2020 through 9/4/2020.

Fleet Manager
Public Works Department-
This is a highly responsible position overseeing the activities of the Fleet Services Division in directing the maintenance and repair of equipment and replacement programs for City vehicles. Work involves planning and directing daily activities, long-term fleet replacement strategies, preventive maintenance plans and other major City-wide fleet management projects. Work is performed with considerable discretion and independent judgment under the general direction of the Director of Public Works. The position supervises the Parts Manager, Equipment Service Writer, Division Foremen, Fire Equipment Specialist and Accountant. Primary responsibilities include plan, organize, coordinate and direct the maintenance and repair of City fleet with over 500 vehicles and equipment, with a focus on overall safety and efficiency; maintains customer service focus by monitoring fleet repair satisfaction reports, feedback from user customers, and shop productivity reports; exercises overall management of the department's five (5) major inventories: equipment, fuel, lubricants, parts and records; recommends fleet replacement, preventive maintenance, and repair policies in support of City-wide fleet usage goals; manage surplus equipment disposal program; prepares recommendations and bidding documents and specifications for replacement equipment and annual equipment budgets, inspects and approves newly purchased equipment, supervises the processing of all City-wide equipment purchase requests with central Purchasing Agent staff, preparation of annual fleet cost records and summaries of equipment and maintenance of related records; prepares the annual Division budget, including program identification and funding, monitors the budget status throughout the year, provides funding recommendations for operations and fleet replacement needs; prepares reports relative to the budget, equipment readiness, inventory status and related topics as needed; oversees hiring, training, performance management, and employee relations of Division personnel; manages overall work order, fleet cost accounting and preventive maintenance program; handles the vehicle registration and related duties, utilizes system output for billing interdepartmental charges for vehicle service and use; oversees the daily operation of the fuel system, manages fuel usage and inventory reports, makes recommendations on fuel conservation measures; evaluates and updates latest information on alternative fuels, engine applications and other fleet technology that supports the City's overall sustainability goals and reduces energy costs; generates periodic reports for regulatory authorities, such as hazardous materials manifests and DEP reports; develops and manages a preventive maintenance program and asset management system for the City fleet; works collaboratively with Department Divisions, City Departments, and outside agencies and vendors; participates in the planning and preparations of the Department's seasonal operations; works with Division personnel to ensure a high level of morale and productivity in a safe work environment; works with Fleet direct reports to ensure adherence to state and local regulations; and performs related work as required. Requirements: Associate or bachelor's degree in Fleet Maintenance, Business or Public Administration or any equivalent combination of education, experience and training; experience in budgeting and financial operations, ability to analyze financial and operational data, working knowledge of creating and maintaining fleet expense and revenue budgets; knowledge of Federal and State regulations pertaining to fleet operations and fueling; ability to prepare clear and concise oral and written reports; ability to utilize computer and programs related to fleet management, diagnostics, inventory, and finance, working knowledge of inventory procedures and recordkeeping; experience supervising skilled, semi-skilled and administrative personnel; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, other departments and the general public; ability to plan work schedules and undertake routine projects with minimum supervision; considerable knowledge of standard practices, methods, tools and machines of the various skilled mechanical trades; able to analyze statistical information; working knowledge of the types and capabilities of equipment used in municipal fleets, including City operations, and public safety equipment; experience using vehicle maintenance and preventive maintenance software; willingness to work a flexible work schedule; ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing; ability to become familiar with local repair shops and their abilities. Desired Experience and Training: Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in Fleet Management; experience with financial software such as MUNIS, asset management software and GSuite (Google office productivity software); and experience with a union workplace preferred. Necessary Special Requirements: Must possess valid Maine Class C driver’s license and must have and maintain a good driving record. Offers of employment are contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory criminal background check. Salary range $79,073 to $94,400/year, based on education and experience. If applicable, relocation costs could be covered.
Accepting applications/resumes 8/14/2020 through 9/4/2020.

CNA's
Health and Human Services Department-Barron Center
Full-Time & Part-Time Positions – Day Shifts and Evening Shifts available with flexible hours - The Barron Center is a 219-bed long-term care skilled nursing facility owned and operated by the City of Portland. Our 200-year history of excellence is the basis for a caring, creative work environment. We are currently looking for dedicated people to join our team. CNA's (not on-call) - if you have 3+ years of experience in an organization that is comparable to the Barron Center, your starting wage would be $16.82/hr., plus differentials. Excellent benefits package. Must successfully complete a pre-employment physical exam. Offers of employment are contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory criminal background check. For more information contact Karen Fecteau at 541-6551 or Kayla Rickards at 541-6545. Accepting applications until positions are filled.
Accepting applications/resumes 3/29/2019 through 8/31/2020.

Cook I
Health and Human Services Department-Barron Center
Nutrition Services – Full-time (37.5 hrs.) position – Schedule is 11:30 am–7:30 pm – includes weekend work and rotating holidays. Must have knowledge of large-scale cooking practices; graduate of culinary arts program or experience preferred. Must have supervisory experience; must pass a pre-employment physical exam. Must possess valid Maine Class C driver’s license. Offers of employment are contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory criminal background check. Full time position with a generous benefits package. Pay rate starting at $669/week. Accepting applications until vacancy is filled.
Accepting applications/resumes 4/3/2020 through 8/31/2020.

Food Service Worker
Health and Human Services Department-Barron Center
Nutrition Services – Full-Time (37.5 hrs.) positions – Schedule is 6:30 am–2:30 pm - two days off during the week – includes weekend work and rotated holidays. You can make a real difference in your life and our residents’ lives. The Barron Center is a 200+ bed long-term care facility with an excellent reputation for a caring, creative work environment. We currently are looking for dedicated people to join our team. Full time position with a generous benefits package. General kitchen work – tray set-up, dish washing. Must be able to lift objects weighing up to 50 lbs.; must be able to follow oral and simple written instructions. Must possess valid Maine Class C driver’s license. The successful candidate will be subject to a pre-employment physical exam. Offers of employment are contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory criminal background check. Starting salary rate is $470.25/week. Accepting applications until all vacancies are filled.
Accepting applications/resumes 5/24/2019 through 8/31/2020.

Hospital Housekeeper
Health and Human Services Department-Barron Center
Housekeeping – Search Re-Opened - Full time (37.5 hrs.) position - Must be able to work a flexible schedule to include weekends and holidays - General cleaning duties to include damp dusting, dry/wet mopping, and bathroom cleaning at a 219-bed long-term care facility. Interest in working with elderly residents; good work references; positive attitude. Institutional/commercial cleaning experience working with high/low speed floor equipment associated with floor refinishing and buffing preferred. Must be able to lift objects weighing over 50 lbs. Offers of employment are contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory criminal background check. Must undergo a pre-employment physical exam. Pay rate starting at $470.25/week. Accepting applications until vacancy is filled.
Accepting applications/resumes 6/26/2020 through 8/31/2020.

Police Officer
Portland Police Department-
NOW HIRING – SIGN ON BONUS AVAILABLE
LAW ENFORCEMENT OPPORTUNITY-PORTLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT

Maine’s largest municipal department is currently accepting applications for police officer. On-line testing will take place at the Public Safety building in Portland in the near future. Process will be expeditious and accommodating. JOIN THE PORTLAND POLICE And meet the challenges and opportunities of Maine’s largest city. For lateral level candidates: please call us and let us tell you about our employment opportunities! For more information, contact the Portland Police Office of Personnel - 207-874-8588, www.portland-police.com. Please be advised that you MUST submit a cover letter and resume before you will be scheduled to take the entry-level exam.

Portland Police Department-Protecting a Great City!

Accepting applications/resumes until all vacancies are filled.
Accepting applications/resumes 7/2/2018 through 8/31/2020.

Recreation Programmer-On-Call
Parks, Recreation & Facilities Department-Troubh Ice Arena
The Ice Arena operates 7 days a week – Flexible work schedule to include evenings, weekends and holidays. This position includes all duties typically associated with an ice arena such as resurfacing, skate sharpening, general maintenance and cleaning. Candidates must possess excellent customer service skills. Prior ice arena experience preferred. Offers of employment are contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory criminal background check. $16.95/hour. Will accept applications until all vacancies are filled.
Accepting applications/resumes 8/6/2020 through 8/31/2020.

RN's, LPN's & CNA's (Per Diem)
Health and Human Services Department-Barron Center
RN, LPN, CNA Per Diem Positions Available - All Shifts - The Barron Center is a 219-bed long-term care skilled nursing facility owned and operated by the City of Portland. Our 200-year history of excellence is the basis for a caring, creative work environment. We are currently looking for dedicated people to join our team. Excellent benefits package. Must successfully complete a pre-employment physical exam. Offers of employment are contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory criminal background check. For more information contact Karen Fecteau at 541-6551 or Kayla Rickards at 541-6545. Accepting applications until all positions are filled.
Accepting applications/resumes 3/29/2019 through 8/31/2020.

Seasonal Groundskeepers-Cemeteries
Parks, Recreation & Facilities Department-Cemeteries Division
May through November - Full-Time schedule (40 hours/week); schedule may include weekends. Responsibilities include the maintenance and upkeep of City Cemeteries. Duties include mowing, trimming, trash collection, general grounds/landscape and horticultural maintenance. Previous grounds/landscape maintenance preferred. Previous experience with zero turn riding mowers desired. Responsibility, maturity, dedication and the ability to work in varied weather conditions are a must. Offers of employment are contingent upon completion of satisfactory criminal conviction background check. Applicants for Groundskeeper positions must be at least 18 years old and possess a valid Maine Class C driver’s license. A Department of Motor Vehicle check will be conducted on all selected candidates. Cemetery maintenance positions start at $14.00/hour. Will accept applications for the above positions until all vacancies are filled.
Accepting applications/resumes 5/29/2020 through 8/31/2020.

Seasonal Groundskeepers-Forestry
Parks, Recreation & Facilities Department-Forestry Division
May through November - Full-Time schedule (40 hours/week). Responsibilities include assisting Forestry crews with tree and landscape maintenance. Duties include tree planting, watering, pruning, mulching and landscape maintenance. Prior tree or landscape experience and/or education desired. Responsibility, maturity, dedication and the ability to work in varied weather conditions are a must. Offers of employment are contingent upon completion of satisfactory criminal conviction background check. Applicants for Groundskeeper positions must be at least 18 years old and possess a valid Maine Class C driver’s license. Forestry maintenance positions start at $14.00/hour. Will accept applications for the above positions until all vacancies are filled.
Accepting applications/resumes 5/29/2020 through 8/31/2020.

Shelter Attendant (On-Call)
Health and Human Services Department-Social Services Division
*REVISED Pay Rate - The Oxford Street Shelter is searching for per diem/on-call shelter attendants. Schedules will vary. Availability to work a combination of nights, days, weekends, and holidays is desired. Duties include; welcoming homeless men and women in need of shelter, monitoring dorms, common areas, and shelter grounds. Frequent cleaning of dorms, common areas, bathrooms, and grounds is required. The position also involves crisis intervention, triage for over 200 guests per night, and conflict resolution. This position also includes rotation to multiple stations during the course of each shift including walking up and down flights of stairs and between multiple facilities several blocks apart. Also includes set up and take down of dormitories, including moving of mats, cots, chairs, tables, full laundry bags and other items as required. Positive attitude with exceptional patience and customer service skills required. Offers of employment are contingent upon completion of a satisfactory background check. Rate of pay is $15.00/hour. This is not a benefited position. Accepting applications until positions are filled.
Accepting applications/resumes 5/24/2019 through 8/31/2020.

Shelter Attendant-Family Shelter (On Call)
Health and Human Services Department-Social Services Division
*REVISED Pay Rate - The Family Shelter is searching for per diem/on-call shelter attendants - Schedules will vary - Availability to work a combination of nights, days, weekends, and holidays is desired. Duties include; welcoming homeless families of varying backgrounds in need of shelter, monitoring dorms, common areas, and shelter grounds. Frequent cleaning of dorms, common areas, bathrooms, and grounds is required. The position also involves crisis intervention, triage for over 200 guests per night, and conflict resolution. This position also includes rotation to multiple stations during the course of each shift including walking up and down flights of stairs and standing or sitting for long periods of time. Also includes set up and take down of sleeping spaces including moving of mats, chairs, tables, full laundry bags and other items as required. Positive attitude with exceptional patience and customer service skills required. Offers of employment are contingent upon completion of a satisfactory background check. Rate of pay is *$15.00/hour. This is not a benefit eligible position. Accepting applications until positions are filled.
Accepting applications/resumes 1/24/2020 through 8/31/2020.

Telecommunicator (911 Dispatcher)
Police Department-
NOW HIRING – SIGN ON BONUS AVAILABLE
Police Department - This is a critical position in Portland's Emergency Communications Center. The Communications Center provides 24-hour emergency/non-emergency dispatch services for Police, Fire and Emergency Medical services. The normal duties of this position include but are not limited to: work 8 or 12 hour shifts, to cover 24-hours a day 7 days a week, including holidays and weekends; communicates with police and fire units by radio; answers both emergency (911) and non-emergency telephones; provide Emergency Medical instructions over the phone for emergency medical situations; input data into computer regarding stolen property, vehicles, and guns; enter missing and wanted persons in state, local and national computer systems; other related duties as required. This is a fast-paced team environment that requires the following qualifications: graduation from high school or equivalent; ability to work with advanced computer-aided dispatching technology; capacity to act quickly, calmly and correctly in emergency situations; must be able to use tact and diplomacy in stressful situations; availability to work all shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays; strong listening, memory and multi-tasking skills; accurate typing skills; solid customer service skills. Job suitability assessment, Police background check and polygraph required. Must be able to obtain Maine Emergency Medical Dispatch Certification (EMD) and Maine Certified Terminal Operator Certification within 6 months of employment. Pay rate starting at $826/week. plus night shift differential when applicable. Accepting applications until all vacancies are filled.
Accepting applications/resumes 7/2/2018 through 8/31/2020.

Human Services Counselor
Health and Human Services Department-Social Services Division
*REVISED-corrected 7/31/2020 post* - Social Services Division – Oxford Street Shelter - Permanent, Full-Time (37.5 hours per week) - Two positions, Monday-Friday 10:00am-6:30pm - This position will focus on assisting homeless men and women staying at the Oxford Street Emergency Shelter by increasing community supports and overall stabilization leading to permanent, safe and supportive housing. Includes applying for housing subsidies, location and placement in permanent housing, client outreach and relationship building, development of housing resources, increased representative payee participation and referrals and follow up to ensure increased community supports. Other job duties include: Crisis intervention, referral for detox and other substance abuse services, referral for mental health services, referral for healthcare services, as well as fully participating as part of the Oxford Street Shelter Support Services and Shelter Teams. May supervise Shelter Attendant staff. Requirements: Experience with homeless or low income/at risk case management and excellent customer service skills. Experience with housing placement of homeless or at risk populations, mental health issues, substance abuse and other barriers to self-sufficiency preferred. B.A. degree in Social Services or equivalent combination of education, experience, and training. Valid Maine Class C driver’s license (please provide license number) and personal vehicle for work use. Offers of employment are contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory criminal background check. Pay rate starting at $851.63/week.
Accepting applications/resumes 8/6/2020 through 8/17/2020.


Permanent, full-time employees receive a generous benefits package which includes 12 ˝ paid holidays, employee health insurance; sick and vacation leave; optional dental, vision, life and income protection insurances; choice of retirement plans; and tuition reduction program with the University of Southern Maine. Part-time employees may receive a pro-rated benefits package which may include some, but not all, of the benefits listed above.