The U.S. Census Bureau needs to hire 500,000 people across the country in order to count every resident. Starting pay in Boston is $25/hour, the schedule is flexible, and the employment is temporary. Bilingual candidates are highly encouraged to apply and non-citizens may be eligible depending on hiring progress. These jobs are crucial for making sure hard-to-count communities get the funding and representation they deserve! We'll have Census staff available to assist with the application and laptops on which to apply!
Sazama Real Estate is looking to hire a Marketing Specialist / Office Administrator for 25-35 hours per week. Responsibilities include marketing properties for our team, connecting with clients, helping to generate future business, as well as managing documents for all transactions. Pay is competitive, based on experience. Our office is in Hyde Square, Jamaica Plain. Please contact Ken with interest and questions at 617-308-3678 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maloney Properties, Inc. is seeking candidates for a part-time Custodian opening in Jamaica Plain. Work hours are Monday to Friday at 20 hours per week. Responsibilities include daily cleaning of the buildings and grounds, trash removal, and snow removal. The Custodian will also assist with maintenance duties as needed. Cleaning and basic maintenance experience is required.
Workers dismantle the Casey Overpass, June 29, 2015. Credit: Chris Helms
Workers using huge equipment take down the Casey Overpass while another crew member wets down the area to limit dust. See all our Casey Overpass/Casey Arborway coverage here. Each weekday we post a “Photo of the Day” from around the neighborhood. If you have a photo that screams (or even whispers) "Jamaica Plain," here are four ways to nominate it:
Email me at chris@jamaicaplainnews
Tag a picture on Twitter with @02130News
Put your photo in the Jamaica Plain News photo pool on Flickr
Steven Mallard washes windows at Fazenda Cafe on June 22, 2015. Credit: Chris Helms
Steven Mallard has a business washing windows in Jamaica Plain. Here he is in action at one of his clients, Fazenda Cafe. Mallard said JP's locally-owned businesses are great customers. He can be reached at 857-237-9970.