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Development and Inspection Clerk

 

The clerk ensures the smooth and seamless process of scheduling, compiling appropriate Housing and Health related documents and billing related fees.  Development and Inspection Clerks have direct contact with both external and internal customers; therefore, the clerk will have excellent communication and customer service skills.  Also, the clerk must be able to readily adapt to, accept and implement changing codes and ordinances.

 

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GIS Coordinator

  • GIS user needs studies; GIS applications development and GIS technology implementation
  • Maintain, update and develop software, data when necessary
  • Provide technical support to users
  • Answer inquiries concerning systems operation problems; recommends, or preforms, remedial actions to correct problems
  • Performs other duties as needed

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Systems Administrator/Assistant Director

 

The Systems Administrator provides operational and technical support in the Reading Library District. They oversee the Internet, LAN, remote networks, firewall, web servers, and databases for the Reading District Libraries. Provides research and consultation to the District, and assists with the Library’s administrative and operational functions, particularly with library security and facilities.

 

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Equipment Operator II – Sewers

This position requires experience with the operation and maintenance of underground utilities to perform repairs, replacement, and rehabilitation via excavation work, pipe inspection and cleaning using specialized in-pipe equipment, and preventive maintenance to maintain the sanitary and storm sewer facilities owned by the City of Reading.

 

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Grants Coordinator

Responsible for developing, preparing, monitoring and administering federal, state, local and private grant applications.  This position plans, performs and coordinates the activities related to researching and identifying grant funding sources, writing and submitting grant applications, and overseeing completion of grant obligations.  Work is performed in accordance with established practices, requiring initiative and sound judgement.  This position reports directly to the Director of Finance. 

 

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CD Deputy Director

The Community Development Deputy Director will oversee Housing Urban Development (HUD) programs.  The CD Deputy Director is responsible for coordinating all programs related Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) developing, implementing and executing the grants offered for multiple programs to assist revitalizing the City of Reading’s real estate, including developing blight strategies, directing, identifying, remediating and reutilizing of abandoned and blighted vacant properties, maximizing revenue potential of City-owned, or encumbered, real estate; managing  City’s housing loan portfolio; overseeing the administration of federal, state and local grant programs funding housing or real-estate related activities.

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Maintenance Worker II (Electrical/Mechanical)

  • Perform all necessary maintenance tasks to maintain compliance with all Clean Water Act/Clean Stream Law requirements, NPDES Permit parameters, and all other applicable regulatory requirements, industry standards and manufacturers recommendations
  • Assist Operations and other teams with any and all corrective tasks that arise
  • Communicate any disruptions of treatment units due to maintenance tasks to the Operations staff or others as appropriate


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General Laborer
 

The candidate for this position must be able to work independently or on a crew in both indoor and outdoor environments, completing tasks as directed.  This is a part-time position working about twenty-eight (28) hours per week, between Monday and Friday.  The actual scheduling will be determined once the candidate is hired.

 

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