The Town of Brookline seeks an innovative and dynamic professional to lead its Engineering and Transportation Division. The following profile describes the Town, the Division and the position.
ENGINEERING AND TRANSPORTATION DIVISION
Engineering and Transportation is a Division of the Department of Public Works. The Public Works Department is managed by a Commissioner who oversees all divisions, including Engineering & Transportation, Highway & Sanitation, Parks & Open Space, and Water & Sewer. The Engineering and Transportation Director leads a staff of 14 and manages an annual budget of approximately $1.6M.
Responsibilities of the Division are divisible into seven broad service areas: 1) Permit administration and inspection; 2) Archival maintenance and reference; 3) Interagency coordination and oversight; 4) CIP project engineering, management, and construction; 5) Multi-modal planning, analysis and review; 6) Public right-of-way signage, signalization, and accessibility; and 7) Management and administration of the Town’s metered and permit parking program.
The Town has adopted a Complete Streets Prioritization Plan and Green Routes Network Plan 2020 and embarked upon several multimodal improvement studies. The Division is responsible for the engineering review and public improvement portion of private developments. This portion of the work often occurs in projects with high visibility and public interest. Additionally, the Town is currently reviewing and updating its Climate Action Plan, which will have significant impacts on the design and implementation of capital projects. It is expected that the Division will play a significant role in this cross-departmental initiative.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
In addition to being a dynamic community, Brookline is an excellent place to work. The Town has a generous benefit package including health insurance contribution by the Town at 83% of premium for most plans, a health insurance opt-out incentive program, dental plan, flexible spending and dependent care plans, life insurance options, and deferred compensation options. The Town anticipates negotiating a competitive total compensation package with the selected candidate, DOQ, in the range of $135,000 to $160,000.
APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS
Please submit a resume and cover letter detailing your qualifications by visiting the Town of Brookline Human Resources page and clicking on Engineering and Transportation Director at https://www.brooklinema.gov/1415/Work-With-Us. We encourage prompt responses. The position will be open until filled. Resumes will be screened and a group of candidates will be invited to
an initial interview. Selected candidates will be invited to a second interview.