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Thank you for your interest in working with the Town of Swansea! Below is a list of current employment opportunities within our general government. For information on employment opportunities within Swansea Schools, please visit  Please fill out and return a job application along with all resumes and
cover letters for positions to or in person at the Board of Selectmen's Office, 81 Main Street, Swansea, MA 02777.

Programs/Services Coordinator & Insurance Counselor

The Swansea Council on Aging is seeking a full-time Programs/Services Coordinator & Insurance Counselor.  This position is a social services role, responsible for all facets of senior services programming including transportation operation of the Swansea COA.  Some responsibilities include application assistance for social services programs, scheduling and reporting for various programs, dispatching, serves as a backup van driver when required. The candidate will have access to sensitive and personal information on a daily basis, confidentiality is paramount. The candidate will provide direction, coordinating with other staff members and supervisors to ensure client needs are met, the cost is controlled, equipment is well maintained and the appearance of our drivers and vehicles is up to standards.  The person in this position must also assist with marketing materials such as monthly newsletters and complete Medicare Health Insurance Counseling training and counsel Medicare beneficiaries throughout the year as is necessary. Email resumes, cover letters, and applications to or mail to Town Administrator, 81 Main Street, Swansea, MA 02777.  Position open until filled.  

Truck Driver/Laborer

Swansea Highway Department /DPW is seeking a full-time Truck Driver/Laborer.  This candidate will be responsible for driving any and all of the department’s trucks, operating small machinery, performing manual labor with hand tools, and following all directions given by a supervisor.  Applicants must provide a working knowledge of highway equipment operation (heavy equipment a plus), fundamental construction, and maintenance procedures, with the ability to follow proper methods, procedures, and safety precautions.  Required certifications are a minimum High School Graduate or GED,  a valid Driver’s License with a clean driving record, possession of valid C.D.L. Class B, and must be OSHA 10 certification with the willingness to obtain OSHA 30 within one year of employment. Email resumes, cover letters, and applications to or mail to Town Administrator, 81 Main Street, Swansea, MA 02777.  Position open until filled.  Job Application