Employment Opportunities

Annapolis - Risk Analyst

Posted 11/16/18 – Closes 11/20/18

The Risk Analyst directs the City’s risk management program and performs technical and administrative duties associated with that program.

This is an administrative position which encompasses activities pertaining to risk prevention, the purchase and monitoring of insurance coverage, and, with regard to self-insured risks, the analysis and settlement of claims alleging damages or injuries with the aim of reducing the city’s risk expenses. The Risk Analyst reports to the Director Finance and coordinates with employees, supervisors, department directors, and external stakeholders such as doctors and attorneys. The Risk Analyst monitors all risk-related investigations, provide progress reports and statistical summaries, and complete any other duties as assigned. Full details.

Berwyn Heights - Maintenance Worker

Posted 11/16/18 – Closes 11/23/18

The Town Council and employees of Berwyn Heights cultivate a high quality of life by engaging the community and delivering equitable, professional, and expeditious services to our residents.  We are a safe, diverse town at the center of abundant natural beauty, with a neighborly charm and community spirit that is welcoming to all.

What We Desire
•    A candidate must be able to operate heavy and light duty vehicles, multiple tools, and various types of equipment needed for the collection of trash and refuse.
•    An individual with building and facilities maintenance work experience
•    A candidate with general landscaping and street maintenance work experience.
•    Someone willing and able to work outside in all types of weather and on call after hours and during emergencies.  
•    An individual with desire to improve the Town’s appearance by the upkeep of its facilities and grounds, while providing excellent service to residents and visitors.

What You Can Expect
A competitive salary, Maintenance Worker II starting at $31, 824, Maintenance Worker III- $42,224. An attractive benefits package including medical, prescription, dental, vision, and life insurance. Participation in the Maryland State Retirement System. Full details.

Berwyn Heights - Public Information Aide

Posted 11/16/18 – Open until filled

The purpose of this position is to publicize the Town of Berwyn Heights, its events and activities to its residents and others in order to fully inform the community.

The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all- inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

1.    Assist with the production of Town Bulletin with attention to detail related to content, layout, photography, graphic design, to meet established deadlines.
2.    Maintains Bulletin editorial calendar including aligning future content with topics and special events, reoccurring events, etc.
3.    Maintain a routine review of the content on the Town of Berwyn Heights web page and social media platforms (Twitter and Facebook). All new content must be reviewed and approved by the Town Manager.
4.    Generate, edit, publish and share social media content that builds meaningful connections and builds community.
5.    Collaborate with other departments to manage reputation, identify key players and coordinate actions.
6.    Assist with planning, organizing, and documenting special events sponsored by Town.
7.    May serves as point of contact representing the Administration Department and the Town to the public in person and on the telephone.
8.    Assists with administrative and clerical tasks related to the Administration Department.
9.    Performs other duties as assigned.

Full details.

Berwyn Heights - Public Works Maintenance Worker II

Posted 11/16/18 – Open until filled

The purpose of this position is to perform semi-skilled maintenance work to support the functions of the Public Works Department. This includes manual labor as well as the use of hand tool and small equipment.

The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

1.    Maintain city-owned grounds and landscaping by:
a.    mowing grass and raking leaves
b.    pruning trees, plants and shrubs
2.    Install and maintain park improvements such as playground equipment.
3.    Pick up refuse including household, yard waste, bulk items and recycling and transports to packer trucks for appropriate disposal.
4.    Performs street maintenance such as snow removal, spreading sand or salt, patching potholes and repairing curbs.
5.    Operates a variety of vehicles and equipment including dump trucks, jackhammers, tractors, small rollers, etc.
6.    Assists with maintenance of vehicles and public works equipment such as mowers, tractors, leaf vacuums, chainsaws, etc.
7.    Cleans and maintains buildings.

Full details.  

Berwyn Heights- Public Works Maintenance Worker III

Posted 11/16/18 – Open until filled

The purpose of this position is to perform semi-skilled and skilled maintenance work to support the functions of the Public Works Department. This includes operating a variety of equipment used in the building, repair and maintenance of all types of city-owned property.

The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

1.    Operates a variety of heavy equipment requiring special licensing or skills including refuse vehicles, dump trucks, backhoe, front-end loaders, snow plows, etc.
2.    Maintains and repairs engines, machines and equipment associated with the public works operations by inspecting, planning repairs, requisitioning parts and performing necessary actions.
3.    Performs general electrical, structural and plumbing repairs.
4.    Maintain city-owned grounds and landscaping by:
a.    mowing grass and raking leaves
b.    pruning trees, plants and shrubs
5.    Install and maintain park improvements such as playground equipment.
6.    Pick up refuse including household, yard waste, bulk items and recycling and transports to packer trucks for appropriate disposal.
7.    Performs street maintenance such as snow removal, spreading sand or salt, patching potholes and repairing curbs.
8.    Operates a variety of vehicles and equipment including dump trucks, jackhammers, tractors, small rollers, etc.
9.    Assists with maintenance of vehicles and public works equipment such as mowers, tractors, leaf vacuums, chainsaws, etc.

Full details.

Frederick – Code Enforcement Inspector

Posted 11/16/18 – Closes 11/30/18

The Code Enforcement Inspector is responsible for the enforcement of and compliance with codes, laws and development regulations administered by the City of Frederick. This individual will provide code enforcement expertise to the Mayor and Board of Alderman, city departments, citizen review boards, community associations, businesses, contractors, residents and others. This individual will receive direct supervision from the Division Manager of Code Enforcement and Assistant Manager of Code Enforcement. Hours of work for this position (in addition to regular hours) include some after-hours, weekend, and/or holiday work required. The jobholder is an “Essential Employee” meaning they are responsible for providing services that are critical functions required to maintain order, peace, safety, and the well-being of residents and visitors to The City of Frederick in the event of a critical incident. As such, the jobholder will be required to respond to emergencies as needed throughout the Department of Public Works when directed to do so. Full details.

Montgomery County – Section Chief, Facilities Management

Posted 11/16/18 – Open until filled

Montgomery County Government, Department of General Services, Division of Facilities Management (DFM), seeks a highly skilled and experienced Individual with strong analytical, critical thinking, supervisory and superior communication skills and who thrives in a fast-paced and challenging work environment, for the position of Deputy Chief of Facilities.

The successful applicant will be customer service oriented, have hands-on experience in project management across engineering and construction disciplines and be skilled in managing trades and craftsworker staff responsible for the maintenance of critical facility systems, decision-making under stressful circum- stances, setting priorities and schedules.

The candidate must possess a thorough knowledge of, and experience with, work order systems, performance measures and reports, building automation, technology used in facility management and engineering technology tools (CAD, BIM, etc.).

The successful applicant will be responsible for managing the Planned Lifecycle Asset Replacement program and other distinct and level-of-effort CIP projects. The Deputy Chief of Operations leads a team of thirteen employees including engineers, inspectors, and maintenance/renovations technicians performing a variety of projects at over 400 County (owned and leased) facilities. The Deputy Chief of Operations serves as the lead for the DFM project review process as it relates to CIP projects in design by the County and other external agencies, and includes routine coordination with other DGS design and construction professionals on standards and practices.

For full details  visit our website click on the “Search Jobs" tab, and then on the Job Search link. Read the full job description under the “Managerial Executive” Job Category. The requisition number is IRC34722.

Boonsboro - Certified Water/Waste Water Operator II

Posted 11/9/18 – Closes 11/21/18

The Town of Boonsboro will be accepting applications for the position of Certified Water/Waste Water Operator through Wednesday, November 21, 2018. MDE Water Class II, 5 and a Waste Water Class 5 certification is required. Applications and details regarding this position may be obtained online or at the Boonsboro Town Hall, 21 N. Main Street, Boonsboro, MD 21713, Monday – Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

The Town of Boonsboro is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer and a drug free workplace.

Caroline County – Investigator

Posted 11/9/18 – Closes 11/24/18
 
The duties for the part-time investigator include but are not limited to reviewing correspondence between incarcerated individuals and citizens, acting as a law enforcement liaison, investigating citizen complaints as need. Approximately 30 hours weekly. Prior training and experience in Criminal Justice and/or law enforcement required.

Salary is $17.82 hourly. Upon an employment offer, applicants must submit to a substance abuse test and complete criminal background check. How to Apply:  Submit completed applications to: Caroline County Office of Human Resources, 103 Gay Street, Suite 1, Denton, MD  21629. Applications available from this address or call (410) 479 - 4105 to receive by fax or email. www.carolinemd.org. EOE.  

Caroline County - Program Leaders

Posted 11/9/18 – Open until filled

We are responsible for the development, delivery and management of a variety of recreation programs and public facilities within Caroline County. These include amenities and outcomes such as: Instructional sport and fitness programs, Community events, Afterschool program services, Athletic facilities, Public waterways access, Arts development programs, Playgrounds and walking trails, Community partnerships, Youth Camps and Trips and discount tickets. Learn more about Caroline County Recreation and Parks by visiting our Department page. EOE

About the Job: Positions located in afterschool programs at schools in Caroline County. Instructional interest/experience in nutrition/cooking, math/reading, and sports/fitness, science and arts/crafts. Between 9-11 hours per week, M-Th after school hours. Upon an employment offer, applicants must submit to a substance abuse test and complete criminal background check. Salary is $12-$18 per hours based on experience/education level.
 
How to Apply:  Submit completed applications to: Caroline County Office of Human Resources, 103 Gay Street, Suite 1, Denton, MD  21629. Applications available from this address or call (410) 479-4105 to receive by fax or email. Applications can also be downloaded here and then save as document and email to: hrposting@carolinemd.org

New Carrollton – Van Driver

Posted 11/2/18 – Open until filled

The beautiful tree-lined City of New Carrollton is a residential community located in suburban Prince George’s County, approximately eight miles from Washington, DC.  New Carrollton has a diverse population of over 12,000 residents.
 
The City of New Carrollton is looking for a full-time Van Driver to provide transportation to senior citizens and individuals with disabilities.  Hourly rate starts at $17.67; however, pay commensurate with experience.  Candidates must possess a valid Driver’s License and have a clean driving record for at least twelve (12) consecutive months.  Applicants must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug test.  Prior experience transporting senior citizens and/or individuals with disabilities is required.  CPR/AED certification must be achieved within six (6) months of being hired.
Please visit our website and click Employment to apply.

Montgomery County -Transit Marketing Specialist

Posted 11/2/18 – Closes 11/27/18

The mission of the Montgomery County’s Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is to move people and connect places with the best transportation choices and services.  MCDOT is seeking a Transit Marketing Specialist for the Commuter Services Section.

The Transit Marketing Specialist is responsible for conducting outreach and devising and implementing marketing plans and strategies to support the County’s Transportation Demand Management (TDM) policies and programs.  The position works with three primary target markets to influence them to adopt TDM policies and programs: businesses, employees and residents.  The position works with County employers to persuade them to adopt policies and programs supporting non-auto travel modes among their work force; and works directly with employees and residents to convince them to switch from driving alone to “alternative modes” (e.g., transit, car/vanpooling, walking, biking, telework).  

The Marketing Specialist is also responsible for promoting bikeshare for short trips, commuting and connecting to transit, as part of the County’s TDM policies.  This position will be required to conduct and attend Capital Bikeshare events and hold Commuter information fairs with employers.  This includes the MCLiberty program which requires ongoing Outreach to County agencies and non-profit organizations that service the low-income population.  This position is required to track and report bikeshare activity and memberships and conduct a number of other bikeshare-related functions.  Candidate will also be responsible for collecting, organizing, analyzing data and compiling reports.

To view the job posting and submit an application, please visit Montgomery County Government’s Career website and click on Search Jobs. You will find the job posting under the General Professional job category – IRC34301. EOE: M/F/D

Montgomery County – Engineer III

Posted 11/2/18 – Closes 11/23/18

This position may be filled at the Engineer I level, Grade 19 (salary - $48,039 to $79,285); at the Engineer II level, Grade 22 (salary - $55,176 to $91,314); or at the Engineer III level, Grade 25.  If underfilled, there is a non-competitive promotional opportunity up to the Engineer III, Grade 25.  

The mission of the Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is to move people and connect places with the best transportation choices and services.  MCDOT is seeking an Engineer for their Transportation Policy/Development Review Section.

Employee will be responsible for providing independent project oversight and coordination as a member of the department's Development Review Team, and is expected to provide leadership, mentoring and guidance to other professional and paraprofessional employees.

To view the job posting and submit an application, please visit Montgomery County Government’s Career website and click on Search Jobs. You will find the job posting under the General Professional job category – IRC34320. EOE: M/F/D

Montgomery County – Strategic Communications Manager

Posted 11/2/18 – Closes 11/26/18

The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is committed to delivering the first-rate, multimodal transportation system that Montgomery County needs.  We ensure that the County has a well-functioning, balanced transportation system that uses our roads more efficiently and supports more walking, bicycling and transit use.  We build and maintain the transportation infrastructure; reduce traffic congestion; increase mobility; improve pedestrian, bicyclist and vehicle safety; provide transit and alternative transportation services; and promote access to our central business districts.  MCDOT’s mission is to move people and connect places with the best transportation choices and services.  

MCDOT is seeking a Strategic Communications Manager (Manager III).  This is a senior level staff position with the MCDOT Director’s Office that reports to the department’s Deputy Director and provides direct support to the Department Director and Deputy Directors, Division Chiefs and senior staff. The successful candidate must possess tact; political acumen; creativity in problem solving; a highly collaborative style that positively builds relationships; high energy and maturity.  The Manager should have the ability to lead, serve as a unifying force and position communications discussions at both the strategic and tactical levels.

To view the job posting and submit an application, please visit Montgomery County Government’s Career website and click on Search Jobs. You will find the job posting under the General Professional job category – IRC34521. EOE: M/F/D

Garrett Park – Maintenance Assistant

Posted 10/26/18 – Open until filled
 
Performs intermediate semiskilled and skilled work in a variety of facility maintenance assignments; does related work as required.  Work is performed under the general supervision of the Facilities Manager. General facility maintenance and repair activities including landscaping, carpentry, minor electrical, plumbing and mechanical maintenance, and general repair tasks. Adheres to all safety requirements.

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience as a semiskilled or skilled worker in general maintenance, and repair activities.

Knowledge of general maintenance, repair and manual tasks; knowledge of the use of common hand and specialized power tools; knowledge of the safe use and operation and preventive maintenance of electrical and mechanical equipment required in the work; skill in the use of equipment to which assigned; ability to perform manual labor for extended periods; ability to follow instructions; ability to maintain effective working relationships with associates and the public. Further details call (301) 933-7488.

Charles County – Engineer I

Posted 10/26/18 – Open until filled

Performs professional civil engineering and related work for the County. The work involves the application of civil engineering principles and concepts to infrastructure projects; positions work within defined areas such as preliminary engineering, building, development and subdivision reviews. Workers carry out assignments on own, follow through on matters, and use independent judgment and training to take appropriate actions to deal with standard recurring situations.

Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering. One year of engineering experience. Valid driver's license. Engineer in Training (EIT) Certificate preferred. Salary is $29.10 hourly, $56,743 annually. Open until filled with a best consideration date of December 1, 2018.

Anne Arundel County - Planning Assistant

Posted 10/19/18 – Open until filled

This posting will be used to fill contractual Planning Assistant positions in the Development Division of the Office of Planning and Zoning. The candidates for this professional position will be expected to perform entry to mid-level land planning and development review tasks.

The Planning Assistant will be responsible for performing or assisting in the review, evaluation and processing of residential, commercial and industrial subdivisions, development applications, building permits and grading permits for compliance with Anne Arundel County Code, Landscape, Forest Conservation, Critical Area and Town Center criteria.

The Development Division of the Office of Planning and Zoning is responsible for the review and approval of all commercial and residential minor and major subdivisions, residential and commercial grading permits, Site Development Plans, and major projects which support economic development and the Economic Development Corporation. The Division is responsible for enforcement of all environmental regulations during plan review processes. Additionally, the Development Division is responsible for the review, tracking and decision on all modifications to the subdivision regulations, modifications for permits being reviewed by the Division, and provides comments to the Zoning Division on most variance and special exception applications. Salary range is $50,000 to $75,000 annually. Full details.

Centreville – Utility Worker

Posted 10/12/18 – Open until filled

The Town of Centreville is a customer-focused local government and offers a competitive salary, benefits package and pleasant working conditions in the County Seat of Queen Anne’s County on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

This position assists with maintenance of the Town’s streets, parks, water lines and sewer mains. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: fixing potholes, painting parking lines and operating equipment. Applicants should hold working knowledge of: the operation of trucks, the care and routine maintenance of such vehicles and gasoline engines; Traffic regulations of the State of Maryland; and possess the ability to follow directions. Starting salary is $13.68/hour with opportunity for growth.

Applications should be submitted via email to kebaugh@townofcentreville.org, by fax 410-758-4741 or mail to 101 Lawyers Row, Centreville, MD 21617. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. For further information, please contact Krystel Ebaugh, Human Resources Manager 410-758-1180 or visit the Town website. EOE.

Glenarden - Deputy Clerk to the Council

Posted 10/12/18 – Open until filled

The City of Glenarden City Council is presently accepting resumes for the part-time position of Deputy Clerk to the Council. The Deputy Clerk to the Council reports to the City Clerk to the Council and the Council President; and is responsible for the preservation of the official actions of the City Council through minutes, ordinances, and resolutions. The Deputy Clerk should have one to two years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience. Minimum of two-year Associate degree preferably in secretarial science or work equivalent. Excellent customer service skills. Demonstrated ability to work with confidential material. Some accounting knowledge. Working knowledge of computer and computer software skills including Microsoft Office Suite including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Ability to use copier, scanner, telephone, and fax machine.

Please submit your resume to James Herring at jherringward1@aol.com, Council Clerk at councilclerk@cityofglenarden.org and Deborah Eason at  deason@cityofglenarden.org. A full copy of the position description can be picked up from the James R. Cousins Jr. Municipal Center (Upper Level) at 8600 Glenarden Parkway, Glenarden MD, 20706.

Glenarden – Human  Resources Specialist

Posted 10/12/18 -  Open until filled

The City of Glenarden is presently accepting resumes for the part-time position of Human Resources Specialist. The Human Resources Specialist reports to the City Manager and the Council President; and is responsible for administering a variety of policies assisting employees in the areas of Personnel (advertising job positions, recruitment, processing applications, verifying employment/references and separation); Benefits (retirement/pension, health/life/disability insurance enrollment); Training; Employee job training, EEO/Sexual Harassment orientation; and employee OSHA education. Apprises the City Manager, City Treasurer and elected officials of changes in federal and State laws and regulations pertaining to employment-related matters.

The Human Resources Specialist should have two to three years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience. Minimum of Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution, with a major preferably in human resources management, urban planning, political science, business management or a related field. A Master's degree in public administration, business or urban planning is highly desired but not required.

Excellent customer service skills. Demonstrated ability to work with confidential material. Some accounting knowledge. Working knowledge of computer and computer software skills including Microsoft Office Suite including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Ability to use copier, scanner, telephone, and fax machine.

Please submit your resume to Eddie Tobias at etobias@cityofglenarden.org,  tjones@cityofglenarden.org and Deborah Eason at deason@cityofglenarden.org. A full copy of the position description can be picked up from the James R. Cousins Jr. Municipal Center (Upper Level) at 8600 Glenarden Parkway, Glenarden MD, 20706.

Laurel – Equipment Operator I

Posted 10/12/18 – Open until filled

An employee in this position operates a variety of light, heavy and special purpose maintenance and repair equipment. The employee is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of assigned vehicles and equipment. Performance of manual tasks in assigned work is required. The work is performed under the supervision and direction of an assigned supervisor. Full details.

Montgomery County - Manager III (Environmental Operations)

Posted 10/12/18 – Open until filled

The mission of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is to enhance the quality of life in our community by protecting and improving Montgomery County's air, water and land in a sustainable way while fostering smart growth, a thriving economy and healthy communities.  DEP is seeking a Manager III to lead the Northern Operations and Strategic Planning Section.  

The Manager III is responsible for the overall management of the following operations and functions:  Project Manager for the Agreements with the Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority (“Authority”) and Intergovernmental Agreement with the Maryland Environmental Service (MES), monitoring of operations at the County’s Resource Recovery Facility (RRF; the County’s waste-to-energy facility) and Composting Facility(ies), technical studies (to include environmental impact monitoring of solid waste operations related to these facilities) and solid waste system-wide planning studies (to include the 10-Year Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan).

The successful candidate will have the ability to work on tight deadlines with conflicting schedules, coordinate and collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders to carefully analyze a wide range of data and to make formal recommendations about issues which may have significant political, legal, and fiscal implications. Salary is $75,934 - $138,790. Full details.

Charlestown – Zoning and Code Enforcement Officer

Posted 10/5/18 – Open until filled

Town of Charlestown, Cecil County MD: Zoning and Code enforcement officer part-time/4 – 8 hours per week. General Summary: Part-time/flexible hours; leads in the enforcement of zoning and code regulation and citations/permits relating to maintenance and upgrading of properties. Assists with the enforcement of floodplain, critical area and forest retention regulations and issues zoning certificate and reports as needed. Conducts site inspections and investigations relative to the enforcement of town ordinances and regulations. Works with Cecil County Department of Permits and Inspections as well as other State agencies as needed. Attend evening Planning and Zoning meetings monthly and occasional evening Town Commissioner’s meeting.

Required knowledge, skills, and abilities: Ability to interpret zoning and code regulations and effectively communicate orally and in writing; Familiarity of MS Office Suite with emphasis on word and excel; Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record.

Physical tasks and environment conditions: Require the ability to perform on-site field inspections, which may include active construction sites in variety of weather conditions. Requires walking and standing; sufficient coordination to operate a computer, office equipment and motor vehicles; vision, hearing and speech communication to maintain communication with members of the public, staff and elected officials.

Chevy Chase Village - Seasonal Laborer: Leaf Collection

Posted 10/5/18 – Open until filled

Chevy Chase Village, a municipal government in southern Montgomery County, seeks to hire two (2) seasonal laborers to assist with the 2018 Leaf Collection Season.  Under the supervision of the Director of Public Works, the incumbent will perform a wide variety of manual, unskilled and semi-skilled labor tasks during leaf season. Major duties Include:

•    Performing heavy manual labor for extended periods, sometimes under unfavorable conditions
•    Using tools and machines, including but not limited to leaf rakes and pitch forks
•    Using the suction hose attached to a leaf machine, requiring heavy physical labor
•    Understanding and carrying out oral and written instructions
•    Using knowledge of competent, safe and efficient operation of equipment
•    Performing all other related work as required

This position is temporary with employment beginning in October, 2018 and ending in December, 2018 and may be extended at the discretion of management. The schedule will be Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. with the potential for overtime on Saturdays. The hourly rate of pay is $14.75 per hour.

Interested applicants may download an Employment Application from the Village website or request an application in person at: Chevy Chase Village Office, 5906 Connecticut Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD 20815 or by FAX 301-907-9721 or by EMAIL ccvillagejobs@gmail.com (Subject Line: Temp Laborer position)

Hancock - Chief of Police

Posted 10/5/18 – Open until filled

The Town of Hancock is now accepting applications for a full-time Chief of Police. The Chief of Police is a “working Chief” in the Town of Hancock. The applicant must be a Maryland Certified police officer.

Persons interested may contact the Town of Hancock municipal office at the address listed below for an application. Questions:  Please contact Town Manager David Smith. Town of Hancock, 126 West High Street, Hancock, MD 21750. 301-678-5622.

Hancock - Police Officer

Posted 10/5/18 – Open until filled

The Town of Hancock is now accepting applications for full-time police officers. At this time we are only accepting applications from certified officers. Persons interested may contact the Town of Hancock municipal office at the address listed below for an application. Questions: Please contact Town manager David Smith. Town of Hancock, 26 West High Street, Hancock, MD 21750. 301-678-5622.

Mount Rainier - Chief of Police

Posted 10/5/18 – Open until filled

The historic City of Mount Rainier, MD is a residential community sitting on the border of Washington, DC and Prince George’s County, MD.  Serving 12,000 residents, the community is a small urban oasis of historic homes and unique shops.

The City seeks an experienced Chief of Police who will demonstrate the highest integrity and a thorough sense of fairness.  The Chief will need to be open and accessible to staff and community, and quickly gain the trust of the City Council, City Manager, department staff, community and regional law enforcement agencies. The Department has 22.6 FTEs, including 18 sworn officers.  The current year departmental budget is approximately $2.3 million. Full details.

St. Michaels - Planning Officer/Zoning Inspector/ Codes Enforcement Officer

Posted 10/5/18 – Open until filled

The Town of St. Michaels has an opening for a Planning Officer/Zoning Inspector/Codes Enforcement Officer.  This position is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Town’s planning and zoning regulations as well as other town codes. BA in Land Use Planning preferred, but will consider extensive experience in land use planning, codes enforcement, construction and zoning. Works with County, State and local government agencies to ensure development projects are in compliance with current rules and regulations.  Acts as liaison to the State Critical Area Commission and MDE Floodplain Management programs, reviews and supervises applications to St. Michaels Board of Appeals, Historic District Commission, Planning Commission, Waterways Management and Technical Advisory Committee.  Drafts legislation as requested. Reviews building permits, grading permits, site plans, subdivisions, variance, special exception and appeal applications, historic district applications and event applications. Issues building permits, occupancy certificates. Acts as Code Enforcement Officer, identifies code violations and prepares code violation notices, and conducts zoning and historic district inspections.

Attendance at evening meetings is required. Other duties as assigned.  Required skills/ability to research, read interpret ordinances, site plans, technical reports and building plans, strong organizational skills, as well as strong communication skills - both written and oral. Please submit letter of interest and resume to jweisman@stmichaelsmd.gov, fax to 410-745-3463 or mail to P.O. Box 206, St. Michaels, MD 21663.  Full time position with benefits.

University Park - Police Chief

Posted 10/5/18 – Open until filled

The Town of University Park, a municipality with about 2,600 residents, seeks an experienced and progressive police leader to serve as its next full-time Chief of Police. The Chief of Police provides leadership, administrative direction, and strategic vision for the Town’s Police Department of 8 sworn officers and a civilian employee, and works as part of the Town’s senior leadership team. The Chief is expected to maintain positive relationships with residents, and work with Town stakeholders, other police departments and state/federal agencies.

This position has overall operational supervision of the Town’s police force in providing 24/7 coverage of the Town’s half square-mile area, ensures the enforcement of laws and codes, administers crime prevention programs/strategies, leads community police efforts, oversees the investigation of crimes and vehicular accidents, coordinates crime statistics and State/Federal compliance reporting, and oversees the maintenance of certification requirements for the Department. Dispatch services and holding facilities are provided by Prince George’s County Police, which also handles investigation of serious crimes. The position also oversees the Code Compliance operations of the Town.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Town Treasurer Dan Baden, by email to Treasurer@upmd.org. The Town of University Park is an equal opportunity employer. Applications will be accepted until November 1, 2018. Position will remain open until filled. Full details.

Pocomoke City - Lead Operator – Water/Wastewater

Posted 9/28/18 – Open until filled

As a lead operator the position requires: assisting, coordinating and directing personnel in the operation, monitoring and maintenance of water/wastewater treatment systems.  The successful candidate must possess and maintain an operators’ certification from the Maryland State Board of Waterworks and Waste Systems Operators in the classifications stated below:
•    Class 5A wastewater treatment
•    Class 3 water treatment

The successful candidate may be on a 24 hour on-call status and may be required to be on duty Saturdays, Sundays and holidays when assigned.   Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.

Please submit a resume and/or an on-line application to: Jeff Gleason, Director Human Resources, P.O. Box 29, Pocomoke City, Maryland  21851.

Hyattsville  - Grants Coordinator

Posted 9/24/18 – Open until filled

The City of Hyattsville is seeking an individual to fill the position of Contractual Grant Coordinator for the Hyattsville Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network Site (MCIN).  This is a grant funded, contract position with an annual salary range of $55,000 - $60,000.  Placement within the range will be based on qualifications and experience. There are no other employment benefits or relocations expenses associated with the position.  This is a full time position working 40 hours per week.

The Hyattsville City Police Department Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network Site (MCIN) addresses crime in the City and surrounding contiguous areas in Prince George’s County.  The program aggressively tracks offenders and criminal gangs by utilizing investigations in a multi-agency collaboration with Federal, State, County and municipal public safety agencies and community partners.  Grant funds provide salaries, and overtime pay for investigations and support crime reduction patrols targeted at the dismantling and disruption of criminal gangs and criminal offenders. Full details.

Hyattsville - Grant Crime Analyst
Posted 9/24/18 – Open until filled
                                                           
The City of Hyattsville is seeking an individual to fill the position of Contractual Grant Crime Analyst for the Hyattsville Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network Site (MCIN) Grant.  This is a grant funded contract position with an annual salary range of $50,000 - $55,000.  Placement within the range will be based on qualifications and experience. There are no other employment benefits or relocation expenses associated with the position.  Full time position and incumbent will work 40 hours per week.

The Hyattsville City Police Department Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network Site (MCIN) addresses crime in the City and surrounding contiguous areas in Prince George’s County.  The program aggressively tracks violent offenders and criminal gang members utilizing investigations in a multi-agency collaboration with Federal, State, County and municipal public safety agencies and community partners.  Grant funds provide salaries, and overtime pay for investigations and support crime reduction patrols targeted at the dismantling and disruption of criminal gangs and criminal offenders. Full details.  

WSSC - Accountant III - Policies and Procedures
Posted 9/24/18 – Open until filled


Establishes and updates Accounting policies and procedures. Conducts research, provides findings, and proposes potential changes impacted by recently released GASB standards. Assists in the preparation of annual external financial statements. Assists in implementing the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).
Provides expertise to cross-functional work groups to document data and process coordination between and among business units and software modules. Prepares special and periodic studies, ad hoc analyses and reporting when requested by internal customers, the Accounting Section Manager and/or Division Manager. Performs advanced professional accounting and analysis of a varied nature. Full details.  

Mount Rainier - Director of Finance
Posted 9/14/18 – Open until filled


The Historic City of Mount Rainier, MD is a residential community sitting on the border of Washington DC and Prince George’s County, MD. Serving 8,500 residents, the community is a small urban oasis of historic homes and unique shops. The City employs a staff of 50 to serve the community.

We are currently looking for a highly qualified, dynamic, detail-oriented professional to lead our Department of Finance and Accounting. This individual will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of finance and accounting. The ideal candidate should be a proactive thinker. Individuals must be able to develop and maintain strong working relationships others. Work is under the general direction of the City Manager.

The Director of Finance administers the daily operations of Finance, serves as a working supervisor to one to three staff. The Director of Finance directly oversees two core functions of the local government: Finance and Accounting and the City Budget. Full details.

Montgomery County - Chief, Facilities Management
Posted 9/14/18 – Open until filled


Montgomery County Government is seeking a highly qualified individual for the position of Division Chief in the Department of General Services (DGS), Division of Facilities Management. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing organizational leadership and management; fiscal oversight; planning and operational implementation; strategic business management; and, significant policy development to achieve County objectives related to its facilities. We are seeking an individual with superior written and verbal communication skills. The incumbent will represent the Department at meetings with elected officials, boards, commissions, and community groups and will advise executive officials on best practices in facility management. This candidate should exhibit a thorough knowledge of best practices, trends and developments in public and private sector facility management issues. The incumbent in this position will apply significant customer service focus, recognizing that the Division's mission is to help its customers achieve successful outcomes. Salary is $88,388 - $160,454. Full details.

Bel Air - Procurement Officer
Posted 9/7/18 – Open until filled


The Town of Bel Air is accepting applications for the position of part-time Procurement Officer in the Department of Finance. This person serves as primary support to the Director of Finance in the administration of the Town’s procurement policy which includes working with other departments to facilitate the procurement needs of the Town. This position works a flexible work schedule, in the office, 24 hours per week, as necessary. The Finance Department office is open from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. Apply online.

Bladensburg – Marketing/Event Coordinator
Posted 9/7/18 – Open until filled


The Town of Bladensburg is seeking a highly motivated, upbeat and positive individual to join our team. The qualified candidate will have extensive and practical experience in the use of social media outlets and website administration to promote the town and to keep the community informed.

The purpose of this position is to develop, implement, manage and administer the Towns marketing programs. Additionally, the candidate will be responsible for recommending and implementing brand awareness initiatives to advance the Town’s goals and objectives; as well as experience in planning and promoting events.

The candidate will be responsible for developing and implementing communication strategies across a broad spectrum of media, including digital, social media and web based communications to keep various stakeholders informed; managing, maintaining and updating the Town’s website; managing the Town’s presence on various social media platforms; developing, writing content and designing visually compelling marketing campaigns across all media to promote Town events and programs; planning and coordinating Town events; establishing and maintaining strong media relations with local media to promote positive stories highlighting the Town; and developing an annual Marketing Plan to achieve the goals and objectives of the Town’s leadership.

Excellent oral and written communication skills; experience in developing Marketing Plans; experienced in managing & developing social media campaigns; proficient with ADOBE Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator or other design programs; proficient in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; strong teamwork skills and ability to collaborate with a broad range of stakeholders; excellent attention to detail. For a more detailed job description visit the Town’s website.

Please submit your letter of interest and resume to Debi Sandlin, Town Administrator at dsandlin@bladensburgmd.gov.

Pocomoke City - Chief of Police
Posted 8/30/18 – Closes 12/31/18


The Police Chief of Pocomoke City must have the following experiences; law enforcement administration, budget development and management, emergency preparedness methodology, development and implementation of policies and procedures, patrol development/implementation, criminal investigation, personnel management and strategic planning, grants management and community leadership qualities. The Chief of Police must be an effective supervisor of employees and maintain positive professional relationships both inside and outside of the department. The Chief of Police must be familiar with Maryland Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights issues, computer literate, and must have working knowledge of Local, State and Federal Laws.

Qualifications:
• Minimum of twelve (12) years of experience as a certified police officer and a minimum of five (5) years of command staff experience.
• An Associates and/or Bachelor’s degree in public administration, criminal justice or related field preferred.
• Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission Certification.
• Must possess and maintain a valid Maryland Driver’s License.

Please send a letter of interest and resume to: Jeff Gleason, Director Human Resources, P.O. Box 29, Pocomoke City, Maryland 21851. Application Deadline is December 31, 2018. Pocomoke City is an equal opportunity employer.

WSSC - Deputy General Manager - Operations
Posted 8/30/18 – Open until filled


WSSC, one of the nation’s largest water and resource recovery utilities, seeks a Deputy General Manager, Operations to support the CEO/General Manager (CEO/GM) with the implementation of WSSC’s vision and strategic business plans. Specific responsibilities include directing, supervising and providing strategic leadership for the departments and offices within the Operations branch of the organization (e.g. Water Production & Resource Recovery, Pipeline Maintenance, Asset Management, Engineering & Construction, and Police/Homeland Security).

Salary range is $168,142 - $252,317. To learn more about WSSC, review the complete job description (vacancy #19-0033) and apply, please visit the Career Center at www.wsscwater.com. EOE/M/D/V

Cambridge - Finance Director
Posted 8/22/18 – Open until filled


The City of Cambridge, MD, is seeking a Finance Director involving highly responsible administrative work within the Finance Department including planning, coordinating and directing the collection, custody and disbursement of taxes and other public funds and the proper recording of all financial transactions. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a degree in business administration, accounting, finance or related field (MBA, CPA preferred). Eight years of progressively responsible related experience in a municipal position and a Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM). Experience in a town similar in size to the City of Cambridge is highly desirable, or any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Salary commensurate with experience including a great benefits package. If you are interested in joining an exceptional team of public executives working for a progressive, cohesive and stable city, please mail your confidential application and resume to: Oden C. Wheeler Jr., City of Cambridge, 410 Academy Street, Cambridge, MD 21613. An application must be submitted to be considered. A complete job description and application may be found here.

Greenbelt - Economic Development Coordinator
Posted 8/22/18 – Open until filled


The City of Greenbelt, MD, a progressive and diverse community of 21,000, is looking for an energetic and resourceful person who would be responsible for coordinating the economic development operations and activities to achieve the goals and objectives of the City of Greenbelt. The work is performed under the direction of the City Manager. Provides assistance in the development of short and long term economic and community development plans, as well as gathering information and preparing studies, reports and recommendations to achieve such goals. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in urban planning, marketing, economic development, public administration or other related field and at least 5 years’ experience in economic development, project management, strategic marketing or business management involved in planning, preparing and implementing proposals and project budgets or any equivalent combination or education and experience which meets the requirements of the duties and responsibilities. Designation as a Certified Economic Developer (CED), Economic Development Finance Professional (EDFP) or equivalent desired. Must have a valid driver’s license. Salary range is $66,601 - $78,353.

The City provides a generous fringe benefit package including medical, dental, life and retirement plans. To view the job class specification, summary of benefits and to apply, log onto www.greenbeltmd.gov. A City of Greenbelt application is required. EOE. ADA.

Laurel – Code Enforcement Specialist
Posted 8/22/18 – Open until filled


This is a skilled and responsible position involved in the enforcement of the City’s property standards and Zoning Ordinance. Work is performed under the general direction of the Chief Building Official but some leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. The nature of the work performed requires the employee to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public, other City Departments and other agencies.

Possession of a high school diploma or GED certificate recognized by the State of Maryland. Two years related experience in administrative and field duties securing compliance with ordinances and/or laws or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work. Experience in law and/or code enforcement, including court or other hearing procedures preferred. Must possess or be able to obtain the ICC International Property Maintenance Inspector Certification within 6 months of employment. Must possess a Maryland Class C Driver’s License, or a comparable driver’s license issued by the employee’s state of residence, and a proven safe driving record. Must possess or have the ability to obtain, within 6 months of employment, the Incident Command Systems ICS-100 and IS-700 Certification. Ability to operate a computer terminal or personal computer and use typical office software such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access. Able to learn and use other computer-based processes including the City’s software packages for permits and Geographical Information Systems. Estimated annual salary $39,278. Full details. EOE.

Takoma Park - Deputy Police Chief
Posted 8/28/18 - Open until filled


The Deputy Police Chief for the City of Takoma Park, Maryland will be someone who is interested in and passionate about making a positive and lasting impact on a community in a diverse, urban area through effective management of a full service police department. The Deputy Chief is a key member of the police departments leadership team and the position requires highly developed technical skills, polished communication and presentation skills, the ability to perform well under pressure, the capacity to meet deadlines, and the ability to develop and maintain credibility and trust within the department and with City staff, the public, elected officials, and cooperating agencies at the local, state, and federal levels. The successful candidate will have in-depth knowledge and experience in the management of municipal police departments, especially those providing a high level of community engagement and advanced crime prevention practices. The ideal candidate will have significant operational experience in the various ranks of a police department as his/her career has progressed and be current on contemporary best practices in policing.

For details on the City, position and to learn how to apply, please see the City of Takoma Park Deputy Police Chief Announcement. Applications can be submitted online using the Takoma Park Application.

Capitol Heights –Neighborhood Services/ Day Laborer
Posted 8/14/18 – Open until filled

The ideal candidate must demonstrate integrity and must have the ability to inspire the trust and confidence of Town staff and the Town Council. Candidates must have the capacity to work outside in severe weather conditions, and have the ability to supervise, train and evaluate maintenance crews. Candidates must also ensure the safe and productive use of equipment utilized and associated with repair work. Candidate should possess a certification or a licensed skill trade in plumbing, electrical, HVAC, masonry, etc.

Applicants should apply to Venus Drummond, Neighborhood Services Director, at vdrummond@capitolheightsmd.com or in person at Capitol Heights Town Hall, One Capitol Heights Boulevard, Capitol Heights, MD 20743. Job announcements are also on the Town’s website.

Rockville Economic Development – Executive Director
Posted 8/14/18 – Open until filled


The Board seeks an individual with a high level of enthusiasm, charisma, and the confidence to work with senior executives of the largest companies in the country, or ready to roll up their sleeves to assist a local entrepreneur.

Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume on-line; the position is open until filled with a first review deadline of Wednesday, September 12, 2018. For more information, contact Art Davis at adavis@springsted.com, or by phone at 816-868-7042.

Takoma Park - Planning Intern
Posted 8/9/18 – Open until filled


The City of Takoma Park is seeking a Planning Intern that would like to gain experience in planning, community and economic development, GIS-mapping, transportation planning, community outreach, and more. Our planning staff is small and interns play an important role in the City’s efforts to improve the quality of life of its residents through the implementation of policies that support transit-oriented, mixed-use development and active transportation.

The Planning Internship opportunity is open for qualified candidates, 30-40 hours/week, up to 12 months. The pay range is $14 to $17 per hour and commensurate upon educational experience. Full details.

Takoma Park - Grant Coordinator
Posted 8/9/18 – Open until filled


The City of Takoma Park seeks a part-time Grant Coordinator to administer its grant programs and select departmental contracts for services. Programs assigned to this position may include, but are not limited to, small grants to community and neighborhood groups, STEAM grants for nonprofits, emergency assistance grants to the community's low income residents, down payment assistance for first time homebuyers, and the Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. The hourly wage for this 20-hour per week position ranges from $26.91 to $30.47, commensurate upon experience. This position is subject to membership in the AFSCME Union. Full details.

Takoma Park - Economic Development Manager
Posted 8/9/18 – Open until filled


The City of Takoma Park is seeking an experienced individual with a broad range of economic development experience and skills. The initial focus of this position will be on the implementation of the City's Housing and Economic Development Strategic Plan and the establishment of a new Economic Development Division within the Housing and Community Development Department. Projects will include, among others, the development of a new Business Retention and Expansion Program; coordination of multi-jurisdictional efforts to mitigate the impact of a new light rail system - the Purple Line - on local businesses; the formation of a multi-jurisdictional business improvement district; redevelopment of a local recreation facility; and oversight of ongoing contracts for services with area business associations.

This is a full-time position that is not subject to membership in the AFSCME union. The annualized salary for the position ranges from $75,275.83 to $91,828.20 and is commensurate with experience. Full details.

Brentwood - Police Officer
Posted 8/3/18 – Open until filled

The Brentwood, Maryland Police Department is seeking Maryland certified police officer applicants for our department. The Department’s priorities are responsive service, community policing and partnership development.

The Brentwood Police Department is currently comprised of a Chief, three sworn officers and one civilian employee. The Department performs patrols, emergency management and other law enforcement functions. Officers serve a vital function in the community. They attend neighborhood meetings, participate in community policing events and provide support for the Town’s Special Events.

The salary range for police officer is $42,000 with a competitive benefits package. If you are a Maryland certified law enforcement officer who has a strong desire to serve a growing community, you are encouraged to apply. Please contact Ms. Taylor, Brentwood Police Department at 301- 864-1858 or via email at qtaylor@brentwoodmd.gov for application instructions. EOE.

Frederick – Physician
Posted 8/3/18 – Open until filled


The primary responsibility of the Physician is to deliver primary health care to low-income and homeless patients who are eligible for services offered by the FCAA. Duties include delivery of primary health care in an outpatient, ambulatory care setting; patient health education; preventative health care and screening; history taking; medical documentation and charting; making referrals; staff in-service education; assisting in the day-to-day operation of the health care clinic; consulting on patients treated by other providers as needed; coordinating overall patient care; developing and implementing clinical protocols and policies, and providing clinical supervision to mid-level practitioners such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Full details.

Frederick – Medical Assistant
Posted 8/3/18 – Open until filled

The primary responsibility of the Medical Assistant is to facilitate the delivery of health care services in the FCAA clinic. Duties include completion of clerical and reception responsibilities, delivering direct patient care and performing maintenance and infection control measures. This individual will receive direct supervision from a Nurse Practitioner. Regular work hours for this position vary, but may include overtime, evening, weekend and/or holiday work hours. Full details.

Frederick – Program Coordinator
Posted 8/3/18 – Open until filled


The program coordinator is responsible for all aspects of the given program, ranging from development, program content, scheduling, supplies, instruction, and implementation. Full details.

Frederick – Golf Course Associate
Posted 8/3/18 – Open until filled


At the City of Frederick’s Clustered Spires Golf Course, we are dedicated to making every visit by the public an enjoyable one. As Golf Associate, your first role is to provide excellent, friendly and knowledgeable service to the public. Reporting to the Head Golf Professional and Golf Pro, the Golf Associate position is a seasonal part-time position requiring teamwork, motivation and flexibility. You will have frequent interaction with the general public in a dynamic setting. The role involves both indoor and outside activities, including preparation of golf carts, picking and cleaning range balls and outside areas, and picking up trash. The Golf Associate may also act as a starter— regulating play, or as a ranger—monitoring play. The incumbent is responsible for the daily registration of golfers and scheduling of tee times, as well as for ordering, receiving, displaying and selling of merchandise. This individual will also assist with tournaments and outings. An individual in this position is required to work a minimum of 24 hours a week to include weekends and holidays. Full details.

Hampstead - Patrolman/Police Officer
Posted 8/3/18 – Open until filled


The Hampstead Police Department, located at 1112 Main Street, is staffed with nine sworn officers and one civilian. The Hampstead Police Department is dedicated to patrol and addressing the public safety needs of the community.

Benefits include (but may not be limited to): medical and dental insurance; life, AD&D and short-term disability insurance; Law Enforcement Officer Pension System (LEOPS) and 457B retirement fund program participation; and Take-Home Car Program.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens, high school graduates, 21 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license. Lateral applicants currently certified (or within 3 years of certification) by the Maryland Police Training Commission are preferred.

Please visit us online to complete an application. Applications are located under the Police Department section, Employment Opportunities. Salary: entry level - $46,000; lateral (DOQ) - $51,500. Applications can be hand-delivered, mailed, emailed or faxed to: Christy Collins, Human Resources Specialist, Town of Hampstead Town Office, 1034 S. Carroll Street, Hampstead, MD 21074. Telephone: 410-239-7408. Fax: 410-239-6143. Email: ccollins@hampsteadmd.gov