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ZBA/CODE ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATOR: Windham, a growing community in the southern part of NH, is accepting applications for the position of Zoning Board of Adjustment/Code Enforcement Administrator. Works on multiple aspects of municipal land use including research, analysis, report writing, code enforcement, and public speaking. Provides staff support to the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA), including review of all ZBA applications, written analyses, assisting applicants through the process, and attending evening meetings. As Code Enforcement Officer, is responsible for investigating code violations, enforcement actions, and some permitting activities to ensure compliance with local land use regulations. May also provide technical assistance to the Planning Board, Conservation Commission, and other land use boards.

30 hours/week. Salary range: $24.97 - $30.34/hr with limited benefits. Minimum qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in City, Town or Regional Planning, with at least two (2) years of progressively responsible experience with work experience emphasizing planning, land use law, and/or code enforcement. Strong background in Planning, preferably in municipal government. Experience in enforcement of municipal land use codes, OR any equivalent combination of experience and education which demonstrates possession of the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Send detailed resume to Paula Carmichael, HR Coordinator, 3 N. Lowell Rd., Windham, NH 03087 or email hr@windhamnh.gov. Deadline for submission: August 21, 2017. EOE.

VIDEOGRAPHER: The Town of Windham, New Hampshire is presently accepting applications for the position of Part Time Videographer to film public meetings. Working under the direction of the WCTV Coordinator, the videographer will film public meetings for the Town of Windham.

We are currently seeking coverage on Wednesday evenings for Planning Board meetings, with the opportunity to cover additional meetings as needed. Meetings typically begin at 7:00pm. Videographers need to arrive 20 minutes before each meeting to set up. They are then responsible for the video production of the meeting using three robotic cameras, Tricaster switcher, audio board, and some basic graphics. Meetings are recorded to DVD and also air Live on TV and online.

Qualified candidates must have a high school diploma or equivalent; understand basic video techniques as well as be able to pan, tilt, and zoom camera; and have the ability to stand or sit for up to 6 hours. Video production experience preferred.

Pay for each meeting is on a flat fee basis: $35 for meetings under 3 hours and $50 for meetings over 3 hours.

Send resume to Paula Carmichael, HR Coordinator, Town Hall, 3 North Lowell Road, Windham, NH 03087. EOE. Resumes must be received by September 1, 2017. Full job description is available at the Administrative Offices, 4 North Lowell Rd.

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