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BRIMFIELD PLUMBING & GAS INSPECTOR AS NEEDED BACK UP
Pay is fee based position

DAILY:
  • Process plumbing and gas applications on-line
  • Verify that the plumbers gas fitters license is correct
  • Verify that the plumbing company license is current
  • Make sure that the scope of the work on the application meets the MA Plumbing & Gas Code 248CMR
  • Answer code questions from plumber / gas fitter and homeowners
  • Schedule and conduct plumbing and gas inspections to verify that work complies with the MA Plumbing & Gas Code 248CMR
  • Communicate any deficiencies after inspections to permit holder and owner, Building Dept, Fire Dept or Board of Health if necessary.
BRIMFIELD FAIR:
  • Conduct gas inspections on any free-standing gas equipment that is not part of a permanent structure or in a DOT Approved Food Trailer
  • Check that all hoses used to connect food vendors to the potable water supply are protected with backflow preventors.
ONCE APPOINTED:
  • Once appointed to the position you are required to notify the MA Board of Plumbing & Gas Inspectors of the appointment and to attend 12 hours of State run Continuing Education per year.


Videographers Wanted for Public Access TV

  • Record and Produce Programs
  • Training is provided
The town of Brimfield is seeking individuals ages 14 and higher who are available for paid, part-time positions recording and helping produce television programs for Brimfield’s local access cable stations.
This can be ideal for students, seniors or people of any age who are interested in their town. It is not restricted to local residents but local residents are especially encouraged to apply.
Hours are flexible. Compensation is at state minimum wage, currently $11 per hour.
Individuals should possess a familiarity with Brimfield, an interest in local affairs and aptitude to learn to operate video equipment including microphones in some instances. They will set up and run equipment to record local events and learn how to compose (frame) shots effectively for broadcast. Programs on government and public program channels are also posted online for on-demand viewing.
Applicants should be reliable, punctual and comfortable dealing with the public of all ages.
Applicants are hired by selectmen but should submit a resume (which may be informal) summarizing work history, relevant skills and interests and community or extracurricular activities to:
Bob Datz, Public Access Coordinator
or by mail to 23 Main St., Brimfield 01010
FIRST DEADLINE MAY 22, 2018
Applications may be considered that arrive after that date.





 
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