Apply Now for Hamilton DPW Summer Jobs

hamilton dpw truck closeupThe Hamilton Department of Public Works is looking for some seasonal employees for the summer.

The positions are for 12 weeks starting on May 15 and the pay is $12 per hour. The jobs will include typical seasonal DPW work, including maintenance of parks, cemeteries and municipal buildings.

All candidates need to be at least 18 years old and have a valid driver’s license. Employees will also have to pass a background check and drug screening.

A complete job description and application can be found on the town website. Applications should be sent via email to Dolores Sheehan , administrative assistant for the DPW, at




Town of Hamilton Hiring for Community Projects Coordinator Position

The town of Hamilton is hiring. The part-time position of Community Projects Coordinator is open.

Community Preservation ActThe position assists and supports the Community Preservation Committee, Hamilton Affordable Housing Trust, and the Historic District Commission. The person in the position performs responsible, professional, technical and administrative work providing administrative support services for all four groups. The position reports to the Director of Planning and Inspections. It is a 19 hour per week position and the hourly wage range is $20.89 to $23.50, depending on qualifications and experience. Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree in government, municipal planning, business or other related field and two years experience in municipal management, housing, government law, planning, procurement or a related field. A cover letter and resume is due by Sept. 1. To see a complete job description, go here.

Currently, Rachel Meketon is in the position and her last day is Aug. 28. She is leaving to become a full-time student in the Masters in Planning Program at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

During about a year with the town, Meketon has accomplished a lot for the Hamilton Development Corp., Hamilton Affordable Housing Trust and the Community Preservation Committee.

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