GovTemps – Concord, MA – Senior Services Director

       GovTemps USA is accepting resumes from qualified candidates for a  temporary, preferred 40-hour/week and on-site position of temporary Senior Services Director at the Town of Concord, MA. The selected candidate will be an employee of GovTemps with services contracted to the Town and begin work in the first half of June.   Key Position Duties and Requirements:  Reporting to Deputy Town Manager, this temporary position will be responsible for providing temporary managerial and administrative support to the Town’s Council on Aging which isRead More

Somerville, MA – Chief of Police

Somerville, MA—Chief of Police (Pop. 81,045) The City under the leadership of Mayor Katjana Ballantyne is seeking an experienced law enforcement executive to lead and help shape the future of the Somerville Police Department as its new Chief. The ideal candidate will work collaboratively to implement and advance the City’s Public Safety for All initiative andRead More

New Bedford, MA- Chief Financial Officer

The City of New Bedford, with a population of over 100,000 and which centers a region of approximately 250,000, continues to seek highly qualified applicants for the position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to join the leadership team of the city administration. New Bedford is a historic and culturally diverse city with livable and walkable neighborhoods, accessible job opportunities, green space, and outstanding services.   Widely known as America’s most valuable fishing port, New Bedford is emerging as a leading center for theRead More

GovTemps – Interim Assessing Services

GovTemps, a division of GovHR USA, is partnering with Massachusetts Association of Assessing Officers (MAAO) to offer interim Assessing Services to local governments in Massachusetts.GovTemps assists local governments across the country with their short and long-term staffing needs. Many of the interim assignments are filled by retired or in-transition human resource professionals. The assignments canRead More