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Posted on: July 14, 2014

Posted for July, the City of Hyattsville is looking for a Senior and Disability Services Coordinator and a Contracts/Grants/Purchasing Supervisor:

Coordinator, Senior and Disability Services:

The position coordinates with internal or external organizations to identify programs for seniors, the disabled and other residents of the City of Hyattsville. The position assists seniors, caregivers, families and other residents in making informed choices by referring them to available local resources. The incumbent advocates on behalf of seniors with City departments and government authorities and agencies. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Manager, Community Services.

ALSO: Taking care of seniors

Supervisor, Contracts/Grants/Purchasing:

The Supervisor will be primarily responsible for the review and monitoring of all contracts and grants for the City of Hyattsville as well as the City’s purchasing function. This position reports directly to the City Treasurer and provides report preparation support as requested for the City Administrator. The incumbent will also serve as a back-up in the Finance Department supporting the City Treasurer with Payroll, A/R, and A/P Functions.



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