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If you have a medical marijuana card, please provide a copy to HR. Depending on the position, you might be eligible for employment with the Town of Nantucket.
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The Town of Nantucket posts vacancies on the Town’s website here and bulletin boards at Town’s offices located on the island.
The application is available online here. Hard copy resumes are available at the Town and County Building, Human Resources Office: 16 Broad St, Nantucket, MA 02554, first floor.
Yes, the Town of Nantucket requires all applicants to fill out a new application for each position for which they wish to apply.
Each open position has a link to the online application that you can submit online. You can email a PDF application to HR@nantucket-ma.gov or fax it to 508-325-6117. You can also choose to mail or bring your application in person to Human Resources, 16 Broad St, Nantucket MA 02554.
No, all information must be complete on the application and the application must be signed by the candidate.
If the position is reopened for new applications, your application will be considered at time. Please remember, you need to submit a new application for each position you are interested in.
If you submitted your application online or over email, a member of our team will confirm the receipt of your job application via email. When the employment opportunity posting closes, all complete applications will be reviewed. The screening process may take up to 30 days. Human resources will contact the candidates who will receive an interview by phone or email. The candidates who are not selected for the interview will receive regret letters.
Yes, you MUST come in person and bring the original documents that prove your legal status. For a list of eligible documents, click here.
Yes, we can accept the document from your physical exam as long as it’s not older than 12 months.
If you are a regular employee that works a minimum of 20 hours per week for 52 weeks a year, you are eligible to enroll in benefits on or after your first day and must enroll within your first 30 days.
An employee shall not be entitled to vacation leave until the completion of six (6) months of continuous service at which time the employee is eligible to take one-half of the allotment for the year subject to the approval of the department head.
Unfortunately, HR is not permitted to advise or assist an employee with tax-related matters. Please consult a tax professional for advice and guidance.
Click here to access the TON Holiday calendar.
For full-time employee required paperwork, click here. For part-time and seasonal employment, click here.
You will be paid bi-weekly, every other Thursday. For Payroll Calendar, click here. You have an option to enroll in direct deposit during your new employee orientation or anytime during your employment.