Seeking Volunteers to serve on the CIP Committee

CITIZEN VOLUNTEER NEEDED
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLANNING COMMITTEE MEMBER

The Litchfield Board of Selectmen is seeking a volunteer citizen to serve as a member of the Capital Improvement Planning Committee (CIP). The CIP Committee reviews proposed capital expenditures for purchasing, maintaining, improving and constructing town and school buildings, facilities, infrastructure, vehicles, equipment, and other similar items over a six-year period that generally have a useful life of at least three (3) years and cost $10,000 or more. With assistance from staff and department heads, the CIP Committee will prepare an advisory document for the Board of Selectmen to review and approve.

Applications should be submitted Friday, December 13, 2019, by email to ​Tbrown@litchfieldnh.gov​ or delivered to the Selectmen’s Office at 2 Liberty Way.

Please contact Troy Brown, Town Administrator at ​tbrown@litchfieldnh.gov​ or 603-424-4046 ext. 1240 for additional information or questions.

Building, Health & Code Enforcement Inspector

Town of Litchfield
Building, Health and Code Inspector

The Town of Litchfield is seeking an individual to serve in a full-time capacity as a Building, Health, and Code Enforcement Inspector.  This position is responsible for the review of building construction plans, issuing permits, inspecting work for compliance with all applicable codes and standards.  Investigate complaints of Building, Fire, Health Codes and Town zoning ordinance violations. The position requires a strong background in building, health and fire codes with experience in plan reviews, electrical and mechanical system installations.  The individual must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, have at least 5 years in the building trades or inspection field and familiar with municipal zoning concepts. ICC Certifications required to be obtained within a specified timeframe.   The position is subject to a thorough background investigation and reference checks.

The Town offers competitive benefits and salary based upon qualifications. This is a non-exempt hourly weekday position with occasional evening and weekend hours as necessary.

To Apply:
Resume and cover letter with three professional references will be accepted via email (pdf format) to chief@litchfieldfd.com until Friday, July 19, 2019, at 4 p.m. 

The Town of Litchfield is an EOE.
Questions may be directed to chief@litchfieldfd.com.

Closing Date: July 19, 2019

Seeking Full-Time Inspector

Town of Litchfield
Inspector

The Town of Litchfield is seeking an individual to serve in a full-time capacity as a Building, Health and Code Enforcement Inspector.  This position is responsible for review of building construction plans, issuing permits, inspecting work for compliance with all applicable codes and standards.  Investigate complaints of Building, Fire, Health Codes and Town zoning ordinance violations. The position requires a strong background in building, health and fire codes with experience in plan reviews, electrical and mechanical system installations.  The individual must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, have at least 5 years in the building trades or inspection field and familiar with municipal zoning concepts. ICC Certifications required to be obtained within a specified timeframe.   Position is subject to thorough background investigation and reference checks. The Town offers competitive benefits and salary based upon qualifications. This is a non-exempt hourly weekday position with occasional evening and weekend hours as necessary. The Town of Litchfield is an EOE. Resume and cover letter with three professional references will be accepted via email (pdf format) to chief@litchfieldfd.com until Friday April 26, 2019 at 4 p.m.  The Town of Litchfield is an EOE. Questions may be directed to chief@litchfieldfd.com.