City of Melrose is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Diverse applicants are encouraged to apply.

You want to be a part of a dynamic team focused on executing an ambitious agenda to innovate and create lasting change across city departments. You want to play a critical role in telling compelling stories about the great work we do to improve the lives and surroundings of our residents.

Mayor Paul Brodeur is reopening the search for a skilled administrator to fill a multi-faceted and fulfilling role in the Mayor’s office. The Administrative and Communications Coordinator performs a variety of confidential executive support functions for the Mayor. The Coordinator’s work is characterized by involvement with broad city-wide issues and interactions with other elected officials, constituents, representatives of a wide variety of community, civil and business groups, city management staff and others on complex and sensitive matters.

The qualified candidate is a seasoned administrator who anticipates needs; has a keen attention to detail, with an ability to meet strict deadlines within a high volume environment; can develop and establish systems that organize the Mayor’s Office ensuring smooth daily operations; has excellent grammar and spelling in written and oral communication; has demonstrated ability to use multiple media platforms to create clear and effective messages. The Administrative and Communications Coordinator must be able to exercise a high degree of confidentiality and have the ability to work with office staff, public officials, managers and the general public using tact, proper judgment, courtesy, and diplomacy.

A detailed job description is on the Employment page, www.cityofmelrose.org.

Please send a resume and cover letter by Nov. 4 to Marianne Long, Director of Human Resources, City of Melrose via mlong@cityofmelrose.org.