Employment Opportunities

Berwyn Heights – Police Officer
Posted 9/13/19 – Closes 10/31/19


The Town of Berwyn Heights Police Department is recruiting to fill a current vacancy for the position of full-time Police Officer. Maryland Police Training Commission Certification is required.  The Selection process includes a background investigation, truth verification, psychological screening, drug testing and a physical. The salary range is $41,063.02 to $53,381.92 and is commensurate with experience.
 
The Town offers an excellent benefits package, to include:
•    Paid Vacation and Sick and Safe Leave
•    Shift differential
•    Uniform and cell phone allowance.  
•    Take Home Patrol Vehicle program
•    Health, Vision, Dental, and Life Insurance
•    State of Maryland Retirement • Competitive Salary

Interested applicants should pick up application from the Berwyn Heights Police Station at 5411 Berwyn Road, Berwyn Heights, MD 20740. For more details visit our website.

Berwyn Heights - Code Compliance Officer II
Posted 9/13/19 – Open until filled        


Qualifications or Skill Required:
•    High school diploma or equivalent plus up to one (1) year post-secondary education or technical training in business or construction.  
•    Certification as International Code Council property maintenance and housing inspector certification preferred.  Those without current certification will be required to obtain certification within one year of hire.  
•    Three (3) years of previous administrative or municipal experience including customer service.  An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted.
•    Must have basic knowledge of computer use, including working knowledge of MS Word and Excel.
•    Must maintain a current, valid driver’s license.

Responsibilities:
•    Inspect town properties for compliance with Town Ordinances, rental property, interior and exterior property maintenance and refuse collection standards.
•    Issue warnings and violation notices, assess fines and arranges abatements.
•    Receive and investigate complaints and reports of code violations, issues correction notices and municipal infractions for resolution.
•    Assess fines, issues citations for municipal infractions and attaches liens for unpaid fines or fees.

Interested applicants should: Forward a cover letter, resume and a completed Town Application to Yvonne Odoi at yodoi@berwynheightsmd.gov or mail it to Town of Berwyn Heights 5700 Berwyn Road, Berwyn Heights, MD 20740 Attn: Yvonne Odoi. Full details.

College Park - Code Enforcement Field Supervisor
Posted 9/13/19 – Open until filled

The City of College Park, MD seeks an experienced professional to supervise the Code Enforcement officers. This position reports to the Director of Public Services and will supervise  a team of approximately  5 full-time and 3 part-time staff as well as handle their own code enforcement caseload.  The City is looking for an experienced Code Enforcement Supervisor who can mentor field officers in a proactive enforcement culture while also employing direct code enforcement skills.

Responsibilities include and are not limited to:  process own enforcement caseload; oversee the daily activities and casework of the other officers; schedule field officers to optimize efficiency and productivity; maintain best practices through supervision and professional development; prepare and conduct timely performance evaluations; serve as a resource person on difficult enforcement issues; and represent the City in court.  The ideal candidate will display a high degree of customer service, a strong commitment to public service, and will demonstrate excellent communication and relationship-building skills.  

Required qualifications are: a minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience as a code enforcement officer and a minimum of two years supervisory experience; an associate’s degree in a related field, or any combination of education and experience that qualifies a candidate for the position; excellent customer service and communication skills and an empathetic demeanor; strong and effective community-based, problem-solving experience; and experience handling code enforcement cases in a court of law.  Candidates with a strong customer service background are encouraged to apply.  The successful candidate must obtain the AACE Code Enforcement Administrator designation within six months of hire, if they do not already have it.

The hiring range is anticipated to be $59,793 to $82,888, depending on experience, plus excellent benefits.  The complete pay range for the position is $59,793 to $98,662, providing room for growth in the future.  To be considered in the first review of candidates, submit your application online including a cover letter and resume.  

Forest Heights - Public Works Maintenance Technician - Part Time Crewman
Posted 9/13/19 – Closes 9/22/19


The Town of Forest Heights is seeking an experienced Maintenance Technician I or II to assist in the maintaining the Town streets and landscapes.

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS
•    Conducts routine equipment maintenance which includes greasing, changing oil, and rotating/replacing tires.
•    Maintains lawn, flowers and plants at parks, trimming the lawn, fertilizing, laying sod, watering, plant new landscaping.
•    Provides minor repairs to Town buildings when required.
•    Provides custodial service daily for entire building.
•    Performs minor electrical and plumbing repair.
•    Removes snow from Town building sidewalks and steps as needed by shoveling first aide applying salt.
•    Monitors and maintains streets daily to check for litter, street signs, animal control, potholes and other issues.

Candidates must be 18 years of age or older to operate equipment and have a high school diploma or GED. In addition, must possess a C class driver’s license and a clean driving record. If selected, the candidate must pass a background check, and a drug and alcohol screening. Please submit resumes to LDVaughn@forestheightsmd.gov. Full details. No phone calls.

Forest Heights - Heights, Healthy Heights Program Coordinator
Posted 9/13/19 - Closes 9/22/19


The primary duties of the Forest Heights Healthy Heights part-time Coordinator are to develop, oversee and supervise programs to benefit the youth and the seniors of the Town of Forest Heights. Duties will include coordination and establishing various monthly educational seminars that provide information and interaction for seniors and other members of the community on matters such as health, finance, diet, nutrition, exercise and other quality of life concerns. The successful candidate will also be expected to provide guidance and oversight with respect to the above mentioned programs for youth with respect to healthy lifestyle intervention and education, maintain and monitor the program Budget and, assistance when needed with front desk telephone duties. Candidates must be 18 years of age or older to operate equipment and have a high school diploma or GED. In addition, must possess a C class driver’s license and a clean driving record. If selected, the candidate must pass a background check, and a drug and alcohol screening. Salary $15.00 per hour. Please submit resumes to LRobinson@forestheightsmd.gov. Full details. No phone calls.

Frederick – Operator I Trainee
Posted 9/13/19 – Closes 9/20/19


This is a helper/custodial position at the City Water Treatment Plant. This position will also assist in the operations of the four water treatment facilities as needed and will receive general supervision from the Water Treatment Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent and Operators.

Because the water treatment plant operates 24-hours a day, the incumbent must have the flexibility to work varying 8-hour shifts which include night, weekend, and holiday work schedules. This individual will be required to perform tasks alone, work at any city water treatment facility and must have the ability to work effectively with minimum supervision. This position is considered essential personnel and must respond to emergencies as required throughout the Department of Public Works. Full details.

Frederick – Operator II Water Treatment
Posted 9/13/19 – Closes 9/20/19


The City of Frederick’s Water Treatment Department is responsible for the treatment of the City’s drinking water. We take water from the source, give it a complete treatment method, including pH, fluoridation, chlorination, flocculation, sedimentation and filtration and pump it into the water tanks and distribution system for use. As an Operator II – Water Treatment, the incumbent is required to learn and demonstrate the ability to carry out the day-to-day activities of the water treatment facility. Work is performed opposite of and/or with a State certified operator at all times.

Because the water treatment plant operates 24-hours a day, the incumbent must have the flexibility to work varying shifts which include night, weekend, and holiday work schedules. This individual will be required to perform tasks alone, work at any City water treatment facility and must have the ability to work effectively with minimum supervision. The Operator II – Water Treatment position is an essential employee meaning you 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, you will be required to respond to emergencies as needed throughout the Department of Public Works when directed to do so. Full details.

Frederick – Safety Monitor
Posted 9/13/19 – Closes 9/20/19


The FCAA Safety Monitor is expected to carryout duties that keep the FCAA safe, clean and well-organized. The Safety Monitor, along with other staff, will take responsibility in establishing a pleasant atmosphere in the FCAA and form amiable relationships with the local community. Full details.

Rockville - Assistant City Attorney or Senior Assistant City Attorney
Posted 9/13/19  –  Open until filled


The City of Rockville is seeking an experienced attorney for its in-house City Attorney's Office.  Applicants must be a member of the Maryland State Bar and have experience in providing legal counsel and representation on a variety of matters with minimal supervision.  Experience in local government law, land use, legislation, petitions for judicial review, and the Maryland Public Information Act/Freedom of Information Act is preferred.  The position entails providing legal counsel related to all aspects of municipal law including land use, legislation, personnel, transactional matters, code enforcement and litigation.  The position requires the ability to attend regular evening and weekend meetings and to handle a heavy workload. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing legal advice to staff from all departments; preparing and reviewing documents including easements, leases, and other agreements; representing the City in administrative appeals and litigation before State and Federal Courts; and analyzing and recommending solutions to complex and unique legal problems.  The successful applicant must be able to take the initiative in identifying and resolving issues and demonstrate the ability to work independently in performing his/her duties in a fast-paced work environment.  Full Details

Caroline County - Facilities Superintendent
Posted 9/13/19 – Closes 9/26/19


About the Department: The Public Works Department maintains the County’s critical infrastructure. This includes roads, bridges, buildings, land, vehicles, and heavy equipment. The Department is comprised of two major divisions, Roads and Facilities, and includes the Central Shop, where County and allied agency vehicles are maintained, and administrative offices, including Purchasing. Learn more about Caroline County Public Works by visiting our Department page.

About the Position:  This is a full-time supervisory position responsible for the efficient operation and maintenance of County buildings and facilities. The superintendent plans, coordinates, administers the division budget and directs the maintenance repair of County buildings and facilities. This includes work by skilled trades, grounds maintenance, custodial services, building security, and refuse management and any other related work. Full details.

Montgomery County – Program Manager II
Posted 9/13/19 – Closes 10/7/19


The Department of Environmental Protection's (DEP) mission 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 Program Manager II.  This position is in the Recycling and Resource Management Division (formerly the Division of Solid Waste Services), Materials Management Section and will report to the Section Chief.  
 
Duties include but are not limited to:

• Manage the Montgomery County Yard-trim Composting Facility and the associated Grinding Operations located at the Transfer Station in Derwood, MD by hands-on contract management of the intergovernmental agreement with Maryland Environmental Service (MES).  Oversee bagging activities. Track transportation, both rail and truck, and report compliance of Covanta as well as MES with Master Plan Policy to use rail haul rather than trucking to the maximum extent practicable.  Manage all site related projects.
• Prepare, defend, track and implement annual County budgets for the Composting Facility, the grinding operation and the Dickerson Master Plan.  Review and pay invoices accurately & promptly.  Closely track, in detail, all MES expenditures on monthly basis.
• Maintain independent certification of compliance with the Environmental Management System (EMS) of the Composting Facility. Carry out lead responsibility for all EMS programs, assure required record keeping including documentation of continuous environmental improvements under the EMS. Perform all responsibilities of the Management Representative under the EMS.
• Oversee implementation of the Dickerson Solid Waste Facilities Master Plan. Work with the community and the Dickerson Area Facilities Implementation Group (DAFIG) to interpret and update the Master Plan as needed.  Provide support to the DAFIG, which is an official advisory body to the County Executive.
• Act as the main contact for Sugarloaf Citizen's Association (SCA). Support and assist with the DSWS Strategic Planning efforts for Food Waste Composting.  
• Manage DSWS's contract for maintenance of the County's Dickerson Weather Station and other monitoring structures. Collect and compile data daily, maintaining both hard copy files, electronic back-up, and on-line public access to real-time and archived weather data.  Assure that the weather station is physically maintained and compliant with USEPA Guidelines for weather stations used in air dispersion modeling.

Knowledge of composting and solid waste issues necessary.

For full details visit our website then click on the “Search Jobs" tab, and then on the Job Search link. Read the full job description under the “General Professional”  Job Category. Interested candidates must create an online account in order to apply. $64,708 - $107,346. The requisition number is IRC39270.

Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission - Public Affairs and Marketing Division Chief
Posted 9/13/19 – Open until filled


Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), a six-time National Gold Medal Winner for excellence in parks and recreation management, is seeking a dynamic, innovative communicator and savvy marketing specialist to be its next Public Affairs and Marketing Division Chief. This position reports to the Deputy Director for Facility Operations and supervises a six-member team of supervisors and managers responsible for Graphics (print, interactive, and web), Community Relations and Outreach, Media Relations, Publications, Marketing, and Volunteer Services and Community Partnerships. The division has an FY20 annual budget of $3.2 million.

Minimum qualifications for the position include a bachelor’s degree or four years of experience in public or business administration, or related fields such as communications, marketing or public relations, eight years of broad and varied experience as an administrative specialist or related position, including two years of supervisory experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Preferred qualifications include a master’s degree and ten years of experience in planning and implementing communications and marketing programs, with at least five years of strategic leadership and management experience.

The salary range for this position is $85,345 to $146,038 annually, depending upon the successful candidate's experience and qualifications. The Commission provides a robust and highly competitive benefits program.

To be considered for this opportunity, please complete an online application. Posting # 13584. This position is open until filled; first review of resumes occurs on October 9, 2019. Please direct inquiries about this recruitment to Sharon Klumpp at 651-223-3053 or sharon.klumpp@bakertilly.com.

College Park - Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 9/6/19 – Open until filled
 

Full-time Code Enforcement Officer position with some nights and weekends. Primary duties include ensuring compliance with City codes and ordinances related to property maintenance, zoning, fire safety and noise, for both commercial and residential properties in the City. Must have excellent communication skills, proficiency with computers, and a valid driver’s license with good driving record.  Code enforcement experience and ICC certifications as Property Maintenance and Housing and Zoning Inspector, MD Fire Service Personnel Qualifications Board certification as Fire Inspector I, II and III and Community Noise Enforcement certification are preferred; but will consider entry level applicants* with related experience in other fields such as OSHA, Fire Safety, or Criminal Justice. Bilingual candidates encouraged to apply.  Starting wage will depend on qualifications with a minimum of $21.45 plus excellent benefits.  

*Entry level applicants must achieve certification as Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector and Fire Inspector I during six-month probation.

Must apply online at: www.collegeparkmd.gov. Please attach a cover letter expressing interest and a current resume. EOE

District Heights – Custodial Job
Posted 9/6/19 – Open until filled


RESPONSIBILITIES:
•    Clean all building areas weekly, to include glass doors and flooring at all entry and exit points, stairways, and the deck, mirrors (dusting, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, cleaning ceiling vents, removing spider webs, restroom cleaning, emptying waste bins, etc.)
•    Set a schedule for and complete washing mops, waste bins, and waxing floors.
•    Stock and maintain supply rooms.
•    Resupplying or restocking restroom paper products and toiletries such as air freshener, towels and soaps.
•    Clean, polish and/or dust office tables, chairs, desks, pictures and all other furniture/items used in the entire building.
•    Cooperate with the rest of the staff.
•    Follow all health and safety regulations.
•    Notify management of occurring deficiencies or needs for repairs.
•    Integrity and ability to work independently.
•    Wipe out both microwaves on a weekly basis.
•    Clean out refrigerator on a monthly basis.

ADDITIONAL ITEMS TO CONSIDER:
•    Education and Training: The custodial position requires no formal education for employment, it only requires upkeep cleaning experience and ability to perform assigned duties.                                
•    Security: They monitor operations within company premises and report any suspicious activity to appropriate personnel.
•    Consistency/Endurance: They are required to perform their daily duties regularly. They are also able to lift heavy loads and bend or stand for long periods while carrying out cleaning and maintenance tasks.
•    Part time, not to exceed 24 hours weekly
•    Interested applicants should send resume to City Manager-Sharlá Crutchfield, by email to crutchfields@districtheights.org. EOE.

Hyattsville – Project manager
Posted 9/6/19 – Closes 10/7/19


This is a temporary assignment working initially up to 40 hours per week and not currently approved beyond a 12-month period. This position, under general direction of the City Administrator, provides analytical management assistance by planning, coordinating and leading programs, conducting research, and will take the lead on special projects as directed by the City Administrator. The position performs responsible administrative policy research, analyses and provides recommendations. The position is expected to perform the necessary analytical work associated with the task’s full project management. Full details.

Hyattsville - Coordinator, Youth Programs
Posted 9/6/19 – Open until filled


The City of Hyattsville offers numerous youth programs throughout the year. Primary among them are programs for toddlers and parents, seasonal camps for elementary-age children, and an afterschool teen program. The Youth Programs Coordinator will be involved in all three programs reporting directly to the City’s Supervisor of Recreation and Events. Pay Range: $22.29- $25.09 per hour commensurate with experience- 40 hours per week. Full details.

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS
•    Serve as Camp Director for all seasonal camps. Recommend for hire, train, and monitor camp coaches, set schedules including regular morning/afternoon breaks and lunch breaks for camp staff, establish daily work routines, and ensure that City policies and departmental procedures are followed. Plan and manage camp activities, field trips and transportation. Ensure camp activities and facilities are safe and hygienic. Manage registration and fees and effectively interface with parents and guardians. Conduct regular evaluation of the camps and seek constant improvement. Purchase all supplies, equipment and snacks. Perform all administrative tasks including accurate billing and recordkeeping.
•    Direct and carry out the Creative Minds program for toddlers and their parents or caretakers. Plan and lead activities and carry out promotion and recruitment. Conduct regular evaluation of the program and seek constant improvement. Manage registration and fees. Purchase all supplies and equipment.
•    Serve as support staff at the City’s teen programs, by leading or assisting with activities, performing administrative tasks, and ensuring the safety and well-being of participants.

Riverdale Park  - Program Specialist II
Posted 9/6/19 – Open until filled


Department: The Office of Administrative Services (OAS) provides program management and support service to the Office of Finance and Employee Services, the Office of Development Services, the Office of Public Projects and Services, and to OAS, including initiatives undertaken by the Town Manager. In addition to providing deliverables for internal customers, this centralized office interacts with and provides deliverables to the public, Town and local officials, contract staff, and others. The Office is comprised of two program specialists reporting to and working with the Town Clerk/Director of Administrative Services. Additionally, OAS coordinates and benefits from both an internship program and the summer youth employment program.

The Position: As part of the Administrative Services team, a Program Specialist II performs intermediate to high-level professional work in providing deliverables to internal and external customers.  Functional assignment areas will include a combination of the following: Town-wide communications, web and social media content management, financial program management (account payable or receivable; payroll), permit and licensing program management, data analysis and reporting, public events planning, coordination, and implementation, and related program management and support.  Work is primarily performed in an office setting. Position may be filled as a Program Specialist III depending on additional experience and qualifications. Full details.

Taneytown - City Manager
Posted 9/6/19 – Closes 9/30/19


The full service City of Taneytown, MD, population 6,300, seeks well qualified candidates for City Manager. Successful candidate will be a proven leader, with 5 to 10 years of local government experience. Salary range is $90,000 to $105,000. Send letter/resume to David J. Deutsch, SR VP, The Mercer Group, Inc. by September 30, 2019. daviddeutsch610@gmail.com , 301.343.6033; www.mercergroupinc.com  Full details.

Caroline County - Correctional Officer I
Posted 9/6/19 – Closes 9/23/19


About the Department: The Caroline County Department of Corrections operates the County Detention Center located at 101 Gay Street in Denton. The Detention Center is a secure correctional facility. Inmates can spend up to 18 months at the facility. Individuals with longer sentences are normally sent to State prison.  

In Caroline County the majority of our inmates are local residents waiting to stand trial or serving time for lesser offenses. In many areas, the jail is “out of sight and out of mind.”  We take a different approach in Caroline County. With innovative, thoughtful programs like CARE (Community Assistance and Rehabilitation Enterprise), work release, and the cat shelter program, we try to keep our low security inmates involved in the community. Our work programs provide valuable services to local agencies and help lower the cost of corrections for taxpayers. We also have had many success stories where positive work experiences and other programs have helped local residents learn from their mistakes and avoid returning to jail.

About the Job:  Corrections is a uniformed service and one of the largest branches of law enforcement. Correctional officers are responsible for overseeing individuals who have been arrested and are awaiting trial or who have been sentenced to serve local jail time, 18 months or less. Full details.

Montgomery County - Manager III
Posted 9/6/19 – 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. Given this mission, the Department has a vast array of programs and initiatives that support these objectives. Several of these programs are funded by dedicated taxes or fees paid by the residents of Montgomery County, in addition to the general taxes paid.  It is critical that the population of the County understands the benefits that these programs they pay for bring to improve our quality of life.  This position is to enhance the Department’s communication and outreach efforts to the residents, businesses and many partners in the community.

DEP is seeking to fill a Manager III position to manage the day-to-day activities of the department’s public information and communications as well as supervise a team of communications and outreach staff. This position will report to the Director of the Department.  The Manager for Communications and Public Engagement will focus on integrating all communication and outreach in DEP and developing a comprehensive communication program that informs and engages staff, other county agencies, county council, advocacy groups, media, and the public about the department’s initiatives, programs, and events.  This integration will be achieved through development and implementation of a strategic plan for communications, use of various forms of communication including social media, websites, presentations, speeches, etc. and outreach to the county residents through various partnerships. Salary Range: $77,453 - $141,566. Full details.

St. Mary’s County Government – EMS Operational Program Manager
Posted 9/6/19 – Closes 10/04/19


The St. Mary’s County Government is seeking an Emergency Medical Service Professional to assist the County in developing a career Emergency Medical Service.  The ideal candidate will be highly skilled in academic researching and writing comprehensive reports; has the ability to communicate equally well orally and in writing.

The specific duties are:  Performs executive management duties and assignments in the Department of Emergency Services. The Emergency Medical Services Program Manager is responsible for conducting extensive research, planning, implementing policies, evaluating systems and coordinating the County’s Emergency Medical Services Division. The Emergency Medical Services Operational Program Manager works closely with the County’s Jurisdictional Medical Director, local volunteer Fire/EMS providers, Advanced Life Support Unit, the local Rescue Squad Association and various agencies. This position works directly under the supervision of the Director of Emergency Services.

Must have: current valid driver’s license; current Maryland State license as an Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic, National Registry Paramedic Certification; certification in CPR, ACLS, EVOC, Haz-Mat Operations, Incident Management Systems ICS 100, 200, 300, 400, 700 & 800. MFRI Instructor II. BTLS/PHTLS. Instructor certifications; successful completion of EVOC training within six months. Full details.  

Chevy Chase Village - Seasonal Laborer: Leaf Collection
Posted 8/29/19 – Open until filled


Chevy Chase Village, a municipal government in southern Montgomery County, seeks to hire two (2) seasonal laborers to assist with the 2019 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 a number of 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

Minimum Qualifications Include:
•    Three (3) months to one (1) year of experience performing manual or similar work
•    Some High School
•    Combination of educational, professional or volunteer experience

This position is temporary with employment beginning in October, 2019 and ending in December, 2019 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 $15.05 per hour with no benefits. A full background check will be performed.

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)

District Heights - Public Works Laborer
Posted 8/29/19 - Open until filled


Definition: Working under the supervision of the Supervisor of The Department of Public Works, the laborer performs general unskilled manual work requiring no special training.

Duties and Responsibilities:
•    Must be able to lift at least 100 lbs.
•    Picks up  trash
•    Pick and shovel work on asphalt roadways.
•    Replace damaged street signs and replace missing signs.
•    Perform minimal concrete work and asphalt patching.
•    Paints curb and guardrails.
•    Operate a riding lawn mower and power trimmers.
•    Rakes leaves during leaf collection.
•    Drive the snow plow truck.
•    Knowledge of all tools in the shop and location.
•    Drive the backhoe.
•    Performs a variety of the heavy manual work in connection with the maintenance and construction of roadways.
•    Repair saws and other tools.
•    Set up tables and chairs, stage for special events.
•    
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
•    Some knowledge of variety of semi-skilled maintenance and manual task; willingness to perform routine manual work; ability to lift heavy articles; stamina. Ability to understand simple oral instructions; excellent physical condition.

Minimum Qualifications:
•    Graduate or equivalent from accredited high school
•    Possession of a valid class “C” driver’s license

Interested applicants should submit a resume to City Manager-Sharlá Crutchfield, by email to crutchfields@districtheights.org. The City of District Heights is an equal opportunity employer.

District Heights - Police Chief
Posted 8/29/19 - Open until filled


The City of District Heights, Maryland a municipality with about 6,000 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 Police Department’s sworn members and civilian employees to include code enforcement. The Chief is expected to maintain positive relationships with residents, and work with stakeholders, other police departments and state/federal agencies.

This position has overall operational supervision of the police force in providing 24/7 coverage, 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, which also handles investigation of serious crimes.
The ideal candidate should have the following experience: 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 the Maryland Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights and law enforcement technologies including computers, and have working knowledge of local, State and Federal Laws.

Qualifications: Experience and training may substitute for formal education. However, a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public administration, or a related field is preferred. Candidates should have a minimum of 15 years of policing experience, including 5 years command experience with a full-service law enforcement agency, preferably within the State of Maryland. In addition, the Chief of Police must be eligible for certification by the Maryland Police Training Commission to perform police duties in the State of Maryland. A valid Driver’s License is required. The candidate must successfully pass an in-depth background investigation.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to City Manager-Sharlá Crutchfield, by email to crutchfields@districtheights.org. The City of District Heights is an equal opportunity employer.

District Heights - Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 8/29/19 - Open until filled

The City of District Heights is soliciting applications for qualified interested individuals, to fill a vacancy in the open competitive position of Code Enforcement Officer on a permanent basis.  

In order to be considered for a permanent appointment to this position, the successful applicant will need to fulfill a one year probationary period as a Code Enforcement Officer in the City of District Heights.  This vacancy is a full-time position.

This position is responsible for the enforcement of specific local laws titled, Code of Ordinances, for the City of District Heights, but not limited to those pertaining to building, zoning, land use, subdivisions, site plans, multiple dwellings, mobile homes, unsafe structures, signs, junk and abandoned vehicles, excavation, demolition, dumping, garbage and refuse, floodplain and storm water management, fencing, grass, dogs running at large, trees, as well as the State of Maryland and the Prince Georges County, Fire Protection and Building Code, and also the issuance of permits and the conducting of related inspections in connection with those matters. Full details.

Hampstead - Police Administrative Assistant
Posted 8/29/19 – Closes 9/17/19


Position Title: Administrative Assistant (Law Enforcement)
Municipality: Town of Hampstead, Maryland 21074
Agency Type: Municipal Law Enforcement
Salary: Entry Level - $40,000.00 - $42,000.00 (BOE)

The Town of Hampstead is seeking to fill an Administrative Assistant position for the Hampstead Police Department.  

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: Medical and Dental Insurance; Life, AD&D and Short-Term Disability Insurance and 457B Retirement Fund Program Participation.

Applicants must be U.S. Citizens, High School Graduates, 21 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license.  Excellent Computer Skills required.  Government, Grant Writing and experience in a Law Enforcement environment preferred. Please visit us online.  Applications are located under the Police Department section, Employment Opportunities.  

Applications will be accepted until September 17, 2019 and 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

Montgomery County - Real Estate /Land Acquisition Specialist
Posted 8/29/19 – Closes 9/27/19


Help us build a better park system!  The Montgomery County Department of Parks, Park Development Division seeks a Real Estate Manager/Land Acquisition Specialist.  This position is within the Real Estate Management Section that manages the Department’s real estate portfolio, acquires new land for parks, and manages public-private partnerships on parkland.  The Land Acquisition Specialist position has two goals: to efficiently manage the existing Real Estate Portfolio for the long-term benefit of the Parks system, and to implement the Parkland Acquisition Program to meet the needs of the growing and changing County population.  The Park Development Division is responsible for implementing the Department’s $235.8 million Capital Improvement Program (CIP), a six-year plan for the acquisition, design, construction, and renovation of more than 37,000 acres of parkland within Montgomery County, Maryland.

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) is a six-time National Recreation and Parks Association Gold Medal Award Winner.  Montgomery County Parks serves a diverse population of more than one million residents in Montgomery County, Maryland, and manages 422 parks Montgomery Parks has an annual operating budget of over $100 million and a career staff of nearly 800 employees. SALARY:   $61,231 - $104,980 Annually. Full details.

Annapolis - Bus Driver
Posted 8/22/19 – Closes 10/31/19


Operates a transit bus or other vehicular equipment for transporting patrons, collects fares and oversees the safety of the passengers, may coordinate the movement of less experienced drivers; does related work as required. The Part-time Bus Driver position does not include benefits.  The work schedule is 28 hours per week.

An employee in this class operates a City transit bus or other vehicles used to transport passengers following a designated schedule and route or instruction. A Bus Driver is responsible for reporting maintenance and repair work, for making daily reports of distances traveled, passengers carried and fares collected. The work is reviewed through the safe and satisfactory operation of the vehicle, with periodic review by supervisors, and is performed on a shift basis. Full details.

Greenbelt - City Treasurer
Posted 8/22/19 – Open until filled

 
The City of Greenbelt, a progressive and diverse community of 21,000, is looking for an energetic and creative leader for its Finance Department after the retirement of its 30+ year director. The retiring treasurer will briefly work in tandem with the new treasurer to support a smooth transition in this long-time GFOA award winning organization.  The City Treasurer is the head of the Department of Finance and is responsible for the administration of the financial affairs of the City. The Department of Finance is responsible for business and financial planning which includes budget development, debt management, accounting revenue collection, vendor payments and payroll.  Minimum qualifications:  A Bachelor’s Degree and additional coursework from an accredited college or university in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or a related field and 10 of more years of progressively responsible related experience.  A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is desirable.  A Master’s degree or equivalent in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or a related field will be considered in lieu of a CPA license.  Local government finance experience is preferred.  Salary low to mid $100,000’s. Full details.

Greenbelt - Environmental Coordinator I
Posted 8/22/19 – Open until filled


Assists in developing and implementing policies, programs and partnerships that protect the natural environment and promote the City’s environmental initiatives.  Serves as the City liaison on Environmental Committees and provides assistance and guidance to the Committees.  Meets with citizens and neighborhood groups and homeowners associations on matters pertaining to the environment and conducts formal and informal presentations.  Must possess considerable knowledge in order to capture, store, manipulate, analyze and manage data in a Geographical Information System (GIS).  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Environmental Science, or a related field and one to two years of progressively responsible experience; or any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.  A City of Greenbelt application is required.  Salary range - $45,448 - $53,476. Please log onto www.greenbeltmd.gov to complete an application and review our summary of benefits.

Hyattsville - Grant Crime Analyst
Posted 8/22/19 – 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.  

The MCIN Crime Analyst is a newly created civilian contract position and all relevant experience should be noted in the application and/or resume to be considered.   The successful candidate will demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of database administration and mapping programs associated with crime analysis.  The candidate will possess the ability to write reports of a technical nature and have a working knowledge of the criminal justice system. Full details.  

Hyattsville - Grant Coordinator
Posted 8/22/19 – 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 - $65,000.  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.  

The MCIN Coordinator is a newly created civilian contract position, and all relevant experience should be noted in the application and/or resume to be considered.  Full details.

Annapolis – Facilities Maintenance Supervisor
Posted 8/19/19 – Open until filled


Responsible as a working supervisor for ensuring that maintenance and repairs to City facilities are properly completed; supervises daily operations of the buildings and building systems and responds to problems as they occur; and does related work as required.

This is highly responsible work supervising City buildings and building systems, and ensuring that all general maintenance and repair work is completed in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Supervision is exercised over the facilities stationary engineers and facilities maintenance technicians. Additionally, coordination and oversight of outside vendors is occasionally required. $59,327 - $100,011 (A13). Full details.

Bladensburg – Town Clerk
Posted 8/19/19 - Closes 9/20/19


This position is responsible for managing and supervising the preparation and maintenance of the Towns official records, the provision of support to the Town Council for council meetings, the administration of Town elections, administering the Town’s state retirement plan, and the completion of other functions assigned to the Town Clerk’s Office.

The salary for this position is $75,000 to $80,000, depending on experience. Knowledge and experience include a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration or similar field and five years’ experience serving as a municipal/Town Clerk, (Certified Town Clerk preferred).

The Town offers an excellent benefits package, including medical and dental and participates in the Maryland State Retirement plan. Full details. Please submit your resume to Debi Sandlin at dsandlin@bladensburgmd.gov.

Hyattsville – Driver (CDL) Laborer
Posted 8/19/19 – Open until filled


Within the Department of Public Works this position involves driving a variety of vehicles but predominately trash trucks and dump trucks. Employees in this classification may be assigned work driving a trash truck on a prescribed route, dumping trash at a County landfill, driving a pick-up or dump truck in support of street, sidewalk, and park maintenance. Work is performed under the general supervision of a Department of Public Works Crew Leader or the department supervisor. Full details.

New Carrollton - Administrative Assistant
Posted 8/19/19 – 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, D.C.  New Carrollton has a diverse population of over 12,500 residents.
The City of New Carrollton is currently looking for an outgoing, highly organized, customer service oriented Administrative Professional to join our Administration Department.  This position will directly support the City Administrative Officer, and assist with implementing administrative systems, procedures and policies within the department.  The ideal candidate must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, be proficient with computer-based systems, and be comfortable communicating with residents, property owners and elected officials.  Previous experience working for a local government is a plus. Starting salary is $43,742.00; however, pay commensurate with experience. Full details.

Carroll County – Deputy Director
Posted 8/19/19 – Closes 9/18/19


Manages various Bureaus within the Department of Public Works in overall direction, administration and evaluation. Ensures service standards and support necessary for Bureau (Building Construction, Solid Waste, Airport Operations) operations and compliance with governmental and other regulatory reporting requirements. $74,880 - $85,000 hiring range. Full details.

Westminster - Director of Community Planning and Development
Posted 8/12/19 – Open until filled

 
The City of Westminster is seeking a proven, dedicated, responsive, and experienced individual for its next Director of Community Planning and Development.  The Director will be responsible for leading and managing the department and developing the strategies and tactics to build upon the department’s prior successes.

Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in Urban Studies, Geography, Planning, or a related field and 7+ years of progressively responsible experience in the field.  Prior experience managing the planning and zoning functions of a local government is preferred.  A related Master’s degree and certification from the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) would be a plus.
 
Minimum salary for the position is $103,724, plus a competitive fringe benefit program.  Consideration of higher salary is dependent on experience and qualifications.  Hiring range is $103,724 to $115,000. Full details.

Position is open until filled. For best consideration, submit resume by 4:30 PM EDT on Wednesday, September 4, 2019. The Human Resources Department can be reached at 410-848-5236.  EOE

Charles County - Director of Planning & Growth Management
Posted 8/8/19 – Open until filled


The Director performs executive planning and growth management work in directing the County's planning, codes and permits, inspections and enforcement, resource and infrastructure management, and transportation programs.  The work involves planning, organizing and directing the programs and functions directed to managing the county's land use, development, public facility planning, property acquisition, public transportation, and related areas.  Work is performed under broad administrative direction, with the employee responsible for determining work plans, methods and procedures, and guiding departmental activities to achieve required goals and objectives.

Training and/or Education: Master's degree in Planning, Business Administration, Management, Architecture, Engineering or related filed. Experience: Ten years of progressively responsible professional planning experience  
Licenses or Certificates: Valid driver's license, Certified AICP strongly preferred.

This position is open until filled with a best consideration date of August 29, 2019. Full details.  

Tri-County Council - Regional Communications Platform Developer
Posted 8/8/19 – Open until filled


The Regional Communications Platform Developer is an individual eager to play a key role in the Tri-County Council’s new regional branding and marketing strategy for the three counties of the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. The position will be attractive to an individual who enjoys a semi-autonomous, creative atmosphere oriented toward projecting the effectiveness and visibility of an important regional organization. The ability to “brainstorm” with senior management and lead the conversation when necessary and essential. Salary: $45k - $50k annually. Full details.

MNCPPC - Director of Parks and Recreation
Posted 8/8/19 – Open until filled


Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is seeking a visionary Director of Parks and Recreation with demonstrated experience in advancing major park and infrastructure projects and recreation programs that contribute to a community’s overall quality of life. This position builds effective relationships with state, regional, and local officials and, without taking political sides, advocates and partners on behalf of the Commission.

This position requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, recreation management/administration, business administration or a comparable field, advanced degree preferred, and ten (10) years of senior level management experience, with at least five (5) years as executive or department head at a comparably complex organization engaged in the delivery of public parks and recreation and/or community programs or services. An equivalent combination of education and management experience will be considered. Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) designation as granted by the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) is a plus.

Candidates must submit an application here. This position is open until filled; first review of resumes begins September 13, 2019.  For more information, contact Sharon Klumpp at sharon.klumpp@bakertilly.com or 651-223-3053.

Centreville - Economic Development Manager
Posted 8/2/19 – Open until filled


The role of the Economic Development Manager (EDM) is to work to provide the necessary skills and experience to sustain, strengthen and expand the overall economic growth and development for the Town of Centreville MD in accordance with the Town’s current and future strategic plans. This part time contractual position will work collaboratively with the Centreville Economic Development Authority (CEDA), Main Street Manager, Centreville Town Council and other Town staff to identify and implement economic development initiatives to achieve the goals for economic growth of the Town. This position will perform a variety of strategic, administrative, technical and professional duties related to the timely delivery of economic development initiatives. Areas of economic development include: business retention and expansion, assisted living facilities, business recruitment, downtown revitalization, marketing, website content, and grant acquisition. Full details.

WSSC - Manager, Plant Engineering – Water & Wastewater
Posted 8/2/19 – Open until filled


WSSC is one of the nation’s largest water and resource recovery utilities. Headquartered in Laurel, MD, we serve over 1.8 million commercial and residential customers in suburban Maryland. We are actively seeking Plant Engineering Managers - for both our water filtration & distribution plants and wastewater treatment plants to participate in a rotation program among our water and wastewater plants to gain broad experience in overall plant activities.

Major responsibilities include assisting the Plant Superintendent in the overall management of the plant and associated off-site pumping stations and facilities; and, overseeing the digital process control system activities. The Manager, Plant Engineering will assume all Plant Superintendent duties when designated. Full details.

WSSC - Asset Strategy Manager
Posted 8/2/19 – Open until filled


WSSC is one of the nation’s largest water and resource recovery utilities. Headquartered in Laurel, MD, we serve over 1.8 million commercial and residential customers in suburban Maryland. We are actively seeking an Asset Strategy Manager – Support Facilities to be responsible for the development and management of WSSC’s Support Facilities asset management plans and the coordination of the Production Team’s asset management committee operations.  Specifically, the Asset Strategy Manger will coordinate facilities maintenance and operations staff activities by analyzing work order and asset performance data to provide input into the Asset Management Committee’s decision processes with respect to maintenance, capital and operational decisions. Full details.  

Middletown – Skilled Laborer
Posted 7/25/19 – Open until filled

 
This skilled position performs a wide variety of tasks including physical demanding tasks, operation of maintenance equipment and general custodial tasks in the Streets and Utilities Department and Parks Department. Daily supervision is received from the Superintendent of Streets and Utilities and direction may be received from the Assistant Director of Public Works.

This position requires possession of a Class B CDL or the ability to obtain the license within one year of the hire date (or legal commercial driving age) and the ability to work with a team. This position requires occasional weekends and overtime and the ability to drive a dump truck with snowplow and spreader is required. This is an essential staff position and requires lifting to 70 pounds, climbing, and confined space entry. Full details.  

Oxford – Police Officer
Posted 7/25/19 – Open until filled


The Commissioners of the Town of Oxford are currently accepting applications for a Sworn Police Officer for the Oxford Police Department. The Town is looking for someone who is results oriented, has a great attitude, has a passion for public service and wants to work in a team environment with the Chief of Police, the Commissioners of Oxford, the Town Administrator, the police officers in the Department, and other town staff. The successful candidate will have the ability to responsibly uphold and enforce State, County, and Town laws and regulations, will show fairness to all people, and will be proficient in writing reports and handling paperwork. The candidate must be willing to work shift work, nights, weekends and holidays as needed.

Minimum qualifications: Candidates should be Maryland Police Training Commissions (MPTC) certified or meet comparative compliance standards; must be a US citizen; have a high school diploma and preferably a two-year degree in criminal justice; and must possess a valid Maryland driver’s license. The Town offers a competitive salary and a generous benefit package including Maryland State Retirement. Please send resumes by email to lryan@bbcmlaw.com.

Takoma Park - Police Officer
Posted 7/25/19 – Open until filled


The City of Takoma Park is seeking a self-motivated entry level Police Office (Summer 2019) to perform specialized duties under general supervision to patrol City streets; enforces local, state and federal laws; maintains law and order and protects life, property and deter crime.  
 
This is a full-time position includes benefits and is subject to membership with the Local 400 union. The annualized salary for the position ranges from $49,510 to $90,931.00. Full details.

Takoma Park - Budget Specialist
Posted 7/25/19 – Open until filled


The City of Takoma Park is seeking a self-motivated Budget Specialist to perform specialized duties related to the preparation, management and ensuring the accuracy of budget reports, budget and financial information as well as the City’s annual budget. This full-time position, which reports to the Finance Director, is an integral part of a 5-person Finance Team, working closely with each of its members. The starting rate for the position is commensurate upon experience. We offer a highly competitive benefits package to include 100% paid medical, dental and vision premiums for employee only coverage and 80% paid premiums for dependents. This position is subject to membership within the AFSCME union. Full details.

Takoma Park - Photo Enforcement Specialist
Posted 7/25/19 – Open until filled


The City of Takoma Park, Maryland is currently recruiting a full-time Photo Enforcement Specialist to assist the Office of the Chief within the Police Department. The incumbent is responsible for the analysis of photographic evidence used in the enforcement of traffic laws.
 
This position will entail occasional weekend work regarding monitoring and/or calibration of the cameras. The beginning salary for this vacancy is approximately $44,907 annualized. This position is subject to membership within the AFSCME union.

Typical Duties of this Position include:
•    Tests cameras; identifies malfunctions and makes adjustments and repairs.
•    Reviews photographs to identify traffic violations.
•    Prepares evidence for court.
•    Prepares traffic enforcement reports.
•    Processes transfer of liability requests.
•    Performs related duties.

Minimum Qualifications: Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with completion of specialized training in the field of work, in addition to basic skills typically associated with a high school education; and

Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/ internship or having had a similar position for one to two years; or, Any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Full details 

Charles County - Engineer II
Posted 7/25/19 – Open until filled


Charles County Government is hiring an Engineer II in the Planning Division of the Department of Planning & Growth Management. This position performs professional civil engineering and related work for the County.  The work involves the application of civil and mechanical engineering principles and concepts to infrastructure projects; position functions as a specialist in an assigned project or functional area within the division. Work will be performed under the direct supervision of a licensed Professional Engineer. Overall goals are set and the Engineer II will schedule the specific tasks and assignments to be performed, independently handling new, unusual problems and deviations encountered in the work.
Training and Education: Bachelor's degree in civil engineering.
Experience: Three years of appropriate civil engineering and/or mechanical engineering experience.
Licenses or Certificates: Valid driver's license & Professional Engineering License with 3 or more years of experience preferred. This position is open until filled with a best consideration date of August 1, 2019. Learn more information at: https://bit.ly/2mbAIAI

Charles County - Chief of Environmental Resources
Posted 7/25/19 – Open until filled


Charles County Government is hiring a Chief of Environmental Resources in the Department of Public Works/Utilities. This position manages the Environmental Resources Division and performs supervisory and technical solid waste management. The work involves managing all aspects of the County's solid waste disposal, recycling, litter control, and waste reduction. Overall goals are determined and the worker executes the specific tasks and assignments to be performed, independently handling new, unusual problems and deviations encountered in the work.
Training and Education: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Environmental Management, or other degree that is applicable to Solid Waste management.
Experience: Eight years of progressively responsible experience in solid waste management.
Licenses or Certificates: Valid Driver's License.

This position is open until filled with a best consideration date of August 12, 2019. Learn more information at: https://bit.ly/2mbAIAI

Montgomery County - Chief Operating Officer
Posted 7/25/19 – Open until filled

Montgomery County Government, Department of General Services (DGS), seeks a highly skilled and experienced individual with a solid executive level background to manage the day-to-day service operations of the Division of Facilities Management, Division of Fleet Management, County Print & Mail Services, Records Management and Archives, and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance.
 The Division of Facilities Management (DFM) delivers operational and mission critical services 24 hours a day seven days a week on behalf of County residents and Montgomery County Government. DFM manages over 400 County buildings, ensuring they are maintained at the highest level to provide a comfortable environment for employees and the public.  DFM consists of FacilitiesManagement, EngineeringServices, MaintenanceRepairs, BuildingRenovations and Inspection Services.  DFM is a customer-driven support organization responsible for providing facilities management services to all agencies and offices. We are committed to planning, developing and maintaining a safe, sustainable and high quality working environment for Montgomery County residents and employees.
 
The Division of Fleet Management is an integral part of the Department of General Services and provides all vehicle and transportation services for the Montgomery County, MD. With customer mobility as our theme, Fleet Management owns and operates one of the largest government vehicle fleets in the State of Maryland consisting of 3565 vehicles. These vehicles serve the transportation needs of five County business groups that represent 30 individual departments. $103,099 - $183,113. Full details.

Takoma Park - Human Resources Director
Posted 7/19/19 – Open until filled       
 

The City of Takoma Park seeks a Human Resources Director to provide leadership to the Department and HR support to City operations. Reporting to the City Manager's Office, the incumbent will direct the City's human resources functions with past experience focusing efforts on performance management, union negotiations, compliance, training, budgeting and risk management. The successful candidate will understand the intricacies of local government and be a creative and strategic thinker with the ability to lead programs to fruition. Full details.                                                                          

Glenarden - Police Officer
Posted 7/17/19 – Closes 10/10/19


The Glenarden Police Department is currently accepting resumes/applications for the fulltime position of a Police Officer. The Candidate must be a Maryland Certified Police Officer. The starting salary is $42,725.00.

Please submit your resume to Karen Shoultz at kshoultz@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.

Hyattsville – Deputy City Clerk
Posted 7/12/19 – Open until filled


The Deputy City Clerk assists the City Clerk in planning and implementing the activities and operations of the Office of the City Clerk to promote open and transparent governmental services. Working under the direction of the City Clerk, responsibilities include organization of City Council and other public meetings, agenda preparation, preparation of meeting minutes, records management, filing and document retrieval, assisting in the municipal election process and other administrative work as assigned.

The Deputy Clerk position requires strong technical writing, administrative and organization skills, computer knowledge, and the ability to prepare minutes, reports, etc., in an accurate, professional, and timely manner. Candidates must be willing to attend evening City Council meetings. This position reports directly to the City Clerk and will coordinate and manage the work of the part‐time Records Clerk in the Department. Full details.

Hyattsville – Building and Grounds Supervisor
Posted 7/12/19 – Open until filled


This position, which reports to the Superintendent of Public Works, will oversee maintenance and repair of the facilities and grounds of the City of Hyattsville. Scope of duties includes making site surveys, preparing specifications for job estimates and bids, and supervising and training employees reporting to this position. This is a working supervisory position. Full details.

Chevy Chase - Assistant Town Manager
Posted 7/2/19 – Open until filled


The Town of Chevy Chase is seeking a new Assistant Town Manager. The Town currently employs four full-time employees and several part-time consultants to manage Town programs and services. The Town has an annual budget of approximately $3 million, with substantial reserves. Most Town services are delivered by contracted services. In addition to managing contractors, this position will oversee the Town’s finances, analyze and develop Town laws and regulations, and manage special projects.

The Assistant Town Manager position is being filled to provide more management capacity to the Town and to provide continuity of operations in the Town Manager’s absence and when the Town Manager retires.

Minimum requirements: bachelor’s degree and at least five years of local government experience. Preferred qualifications: master’s degree, clear communication and writing, budget/financial skills, intergovernmental and project management experience, and work in a customer-focused environment. There is no residency requirement. Salary range: $100,000–120,000, DOQ, with benefits.

Applications will be accepted electronically by The Novak Consulting Group. Open until filled with the first review of applications on August 5, 2019.

Glenarden – Gold Room Coordinator
Posted 7/2/19 – Closes 9/30/19


The Gold Room Coordinator acts as the liaison between renters, the public, and the City staff prior to, during and at the conclusion of events to ensure that facilities, equipment, physical setup and personnel provided meets the requirements of the event and the client's contractual agreements. The Gold Room Coordinator will report to the City Manager. Full details.

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS
•    Coordinates the rental process of the Gold Room for use by various groups for activities such as private affairs, repasts, funerals, family reunions, weddings, receptions , anniversaries, and business meetings.
•    Prepares and maintains a reservation schedule so as to avoid scheduling conflicts.
•    Responsible for the maintenance and repair of all equipment including carpet, tables, chairs, walls, bathrooms, lobby, kitchen appliances, ice maker, ceiling tiles, lights and fixtures.
•    Responsible for operating within budget. Submits the proposed budget each year to the City Manager.
•    Supervises Gold Room Crew Members.
•    Incumbent must be on-site during all Gold Room events. A faster than average pace will be the norm for this position.

The work requires a Bachelor's degree in Hospitality Management, Business Management, Public Relations, Marketing and/or any related field. Four years progressively responsible experience in a related professional capacity; or any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities required for this position. Detail information regarding this position is located on www.Cityofqlenarden.org. Please submit your resume to Karen Shoultz at kshoultz@cityofglenarden.org. Closing date September 30, 2019, first cut July 30, 2019.

Greenbelt - Animal Control Supervisor
Posted 7/2/19 – Open until filled


The Supervisor of Animal Control oversees the City’s Animal Control Shelter and Program.  Determines and establishes goals and objectives necessary for the effective and humane conduct of animal control operations.  Plans, prioritizes, assigns, supervises and evaluates the work of staff involved in the enforcement of ordinances governing the care and keeping of domestic animals.  Performs all Animal Control Officer’s duties, including cleaning cages/runs and monitoring of animals.  Oversees the proper maintenance of Animal Services case files, permits and licensing records.  

Minimum Qualifications:  Equivalent of an Associate’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in animal science, public administration, business administration, planning, public policy, law enforcement or a closely related field.  Minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience and increasingly knowledgeable professional experience in animal services, regulatory compliance/enforcement, law enforcement, military or related field.  At least 2 years of responsible experience in a supervisory or lead worker position.  Any combination of education, training and/or experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying.  Must have a valid driver’s license and National Animal Control & Humane Officer Academy (NACHO) Modules A and B to obtain NACA Certification.  The City provides a generous fringe benefit package including medical, dental, life and retirement plans.  Salary Range - $58,011 - $68,244. Full-time with benefits. To fill out an application and review our benefits summary, log onto www.greenbeltmd.gov.  A City of Greenbelt application is required.  

Charles County - Engineer IV
Posted 7/2/19 – Open until filled


Charles County’s next Engineer IV has the opportunity to work in one of the fastest growing areas of Maryland. The County is seeking a well-rounded engineering professional who has experience leading an engineering team, has a strong project management background, and is knowledgeable in the areas of water/sewer, stormwater, and roadway projects.

Minimum qualifications are any combination of education, training, and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and five years of progressively responsible engineering experience. Other requirements include a valid driver’s license and a State of Maryland registration as a Professional Engineer or the ability to obtain such registration.

Preferred qualifications include experience in a municipal government setting and supervisory experience. A master’s degree in a related field and demonstrated experience in water and sewer planning, stormwater management, and capital improvement planning are also preferred.

The salary range is $71,654 – $115,078, depending on qualifications, with an excellent benefits package. Applications will be accepted electronically by The Novak Consulting Group. Applicants complete a brief online form and are prompted to provide a cover letter and resume with salary history. Open until filled with first review of applications on August 5, 2019.

Annapolis - Planning and Zoning Director
Posted 6/15/19 – Open until filled


Directs and participates in the work of the City Planning and Zoning Department in the development of a wide variety of comprehensive plans for the orderly growth and historic preservation of the City; does related work as required.

This is a high level, highly visible professional planning and administrative position requiring a master’s degree and having a broad range of policy making responsibility and discretionary authority as defined in the State Land Use Article.  The Planning and Zoning Director administers a full service municipal planning department and provides leadership to a professional staff engaged in a wide range of programmatic responsibilities that support the mission and goals of the department.  In accordance with the City Code under Title 21, the Planning and Zoning Director reports directly to the City Manager. The Planning and Zoning Director guides the City Council in establishing legislative policy affecting all aspects of municipal government related to development, historic preservation, economic vitality, transportation planning, environmental policy, community development and housing planning. The Department of Planning and Zoning anticipates the City’s needs in formulating the City’s legislative and policy vision for the future.  The Planning and Zoning Director acts as liaison between state, regional and local officials and manages the legislative approval process on the local, state and regional level. This position works with the Planning Commission, Board of Appeals, Historic Preservation Commission, Building Board of Appeals, and Housing and Community Development Committee. This position may have some interaction with the Maritime Advisory Board and the Annapolis Conservancy Board. These functions require extensive public presentations as well as formal hearings and daily interaction with the public. The Planning and Zoning Director is required to present land use proposals at public hearings before the Planning Commission, the Board of Appeals and City Council on a regular basis. Full details.

Frederick – Communications Clerk
Posted 6/15/19 – Open until filled


This position is responsible for providing accurate city information, quality customer service, telephone switchboard coverage, radio dispatch, administrative support, accurate documentation, and data entry. This department operates 24/7 and all staff are required to assist as needed to accomplish this. Employees who work non-business hours are required to work alone. This position is considered “essential personnel”, and will be required to be able to respond to emergencies as needed. Full details.