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Westminster - Lateral Police Officer
Posted 3/24/17 – Open until filled

Applicants must hold a current Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission Certification OR hold a current law enforcement certification in another state commensurate with Maryland certification standards. Applicants must also successfully pass an oral interview, a pre-employment background investigation, a polygraph test and a psychological screening. Questions relating to the qualification requirements can be directed to Major Thomas Ledwell during business hours at 410-848-4646.

Excellent benefits including health, dental, vision, life insurance, and vacation leave, PLUS: L.E.O.P.S. 25 year retirement. Starting salary is $40,911 - $43,403 (Depending on Experience)

We reserve the right to close this position opening at any time. Apply online or download application at; OR pick up application at Human Resources, 56 West Main Street, Westminster; or call 410-848-5236 for an application. The City of Westminster Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEOP) Short Form is available for review from the Human Resources Office. EOE.

St. Mary’s County - Director, Public Works & Transportation
Posted 3/24/17 – Closes 4/19/17

Directs the activities of various divisions within the public works sector. These departments include: County highways, building services, engineering services, capital improvement program project management, development & plan review, solid waste, recycling, vehicle maintenance, non-public school bus transportation, metro mail services, airport operations, construction and inspections, STS transit system, and administrative functions. Directs, coordinates, and assesses the work of subordinate staff to facilitate the achievement of departmental goals and objectives; works under the general direction of the County Administrator with a wide latitude for independent action and judgment; The Director is evaluated based upon contribution to the efficiency of the Department and the effectiveness of program goals and objectives. Performs other duties as assigned.

To apply: A 2008 St. Mary's County Government application is required. Applications are available at: Governmental Center, Potomac Building, Department of Human Resources, 3rd Floor , 23115 Leonard Hall Drive, Leonardtown, MD 20650. Phone: 301-475-4200 extension *1100 (Must press the * key before the extension). Fax: 301-475-4082. Email: Website: Hiring range is $145,000 - $155,000 + fringe benefits. Full details.

St. Mary’s County - Engineer III – Environmental, C11
Posted 3/24/17 – Closes 4/12/17

Obtains, manages, and implements the county’s National Pollution Discharge Elimination System MS4 permit (Permit) in the Department of Public Works and Transportation. Ensures compliance with various development codes and regulations; supervises and directs staff functions; performs other duties as assigned.

To apply: A 2008 St. Mary's County Government application is required. All prior versions are obsolete. Applications are available at: Governmental Center, Potomac Building, Third Floor, Dept. of Human Resources, 23115 Leonard Hall Drive, Leonardtown, MD. Phone: 301-475-4200 extension: *1100 (Must press the * key before the extension). Fax: 301-475-4082. Email: Website: Hiring range is $74,110 - $81,806 (B.O.E.). Full details.

Maryland Department of General Services - Redevelopment Program Manager
Posted 3/24/17 – Closes 4/18/17

The Program Manager in the Office of Planning and Development will be responsible for managing public-private partnerships and redevelopment projects associated with County initiatives under the direction of the Redevelopment Manager. The incumbent in this position will manage elements of the County's redevelopment initiatives and manage day-to-day activities of the County's redevelopment program by providing oversight of private development partners related to zoning entitlements, planning, design and construction.

The incumbent will develop and administer public-private partnerships and development agreements that leverage County assets and facilities by identifying underutilized assets, collecting and analyzing market trend data, analyzing potential County program requirements, identifying development opportunities and determining market values. The incumbent will administer solicitations, general development agreements, purchase and sale contracts, ground leases, rights of entry and other documentation for the development, acquisition and disposition of land. The successful candidate selected to fill this position must possess an ability to deal tactfully, effectively and equitably with people. The incumbent will direct consultants and manage partnership agreements, project budgets, pay applications, invoices and insurance, as well as oversee third party site development activities, coordinating with other public agencies and the private sector.

Full details are available here. Click on “Apply Now” and click on “Search Jobs” then search under the “General Professional” job category, IRC24583. EOE M/F/H.

Washington Suburban Transit Commission - Senior Transit Analyst
Posted 3/24/17 – Open until filled

The Senior Transit Analyst for the Washington Suburban Transit Commission (WSTC) will provide lead planning work at the WSTC. This position will work closely with the staff of the Washington Suburban Transit Commission and the Director of the Maryland Department of Transportation's Washington Area Transit Office. Click here for the full advertisement.

EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in engineering, planning, geography, public administration, business administration, economics or transportation studies from an accredited college or university. A Master’s degree may be substituted at a rate of thirty credit hours for one year of the required experience.

EXPERIENCE: Two years of experience in public transportation with responsibility for transit operations, transit planning, or traffic engineering. Skills required include the ability to write clearly and concisely for executives, quantitative and spatial analysis using Microsoft Excel, ArcGIS, and other data analysis tools and familiarity with transit planning best practices.

TO APPLY: Send cover letters and resumes to Ms. K. Jane Williams, Washington Suburban Transit Commission, 4351 Garden City Drive, Suite 305, Hyattsville, Maryland 20785 at . Salary is $43,000- $55,000. EOE.

Bowie- Financial/Budget Specialist

Posted 3/17/17 – Closes 4/7/17

Assist in the preparation and maintenance of the City’s annual budget including operational, capital and grant funds. Collect and analyze data for preparation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. Assist in the tagging and recording of new assets, annual inventory, and depreciation schedules. Prepare and correct journal entries as requested by management.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Considerable knowledge of accounting principles, procedures, and practices.
• Ability to write concise reports, regulations, and policies.
• Associate's degree in business administration, finance, Aacounting or economics
• Two years work experience in finance, accounting or a similar field.
Preferred Qualifications:
• Bachelor's degree in finance, economics or business administration with a concentration in accounting.

Salary is $54,562. Full details and to Apply visit the city’s website and click on the employment ad.

Cottage City - Police Department

Posted 3/17/2017 - Opened until filled

The Town of Cottage City is looking for individuals who are results-oriented, possess great attitudes, demonstrate creativity and innovation, work efficiently, show a record of success, understand the tremendous value of community policing, and have a passion for public service. Having the best employees provides the best service to the community.

Our Police Officers are key participants in a partnership with the Town and community to identify and resolve crime problems affecting the quality of life of all residents. This community support and the diversity of cultures in Cottage City, makes it an exciting place to work.

Successful Police Officers are characterized by the ability to make sound decisions which are based on fact, not emotion, quickly and repeatedly throughout the day. They demonstrate a strong sense of fairness and the ability to apply both the spirit and letter of the law within legal parameters of discretion. Ideal candidates are proficient in writing reports and handling paperwork and willingly work varying shifts, weekends and holidays. Candidates that are bi-lingual in English and Spanish are a valuable asset to our community, however, this is not a requirement. Full details. Please email resumes to:

Frederick – Water Safety Instructor
Posted 3/17/17 – Open until filled

Water safety instructor is responsible for providing youth Red Cross swimming instruction in swimming techniques, skills, and water safety to participants while maintaining a balanced, safe and supervised program. Individual must be able to assess the needs and skill level of each program participant. Individual should be a team player with the commitment to be flexible and accommodating to the hours needed for instruction. Full details.

Frederick – Water Safety Aide
Posted 3/17/17 – Open until filled

The Water Safety Aide (WSA) is responsible for assisting the WSA Instructors in providing youth Red Cross swimming instruction in swimming techniques, skills, and water safety to participants while maintaining a balanced, safe and supervised program. Individual should be a team player with the commitment to be flexible and accommodating to the hours needed for instruction. Full details.

Montgomery County - Program Manager I – Partnership Development
Posted 3/17/17 – Closes 4/13/17

This position is part of the outreach team of the Office of Sustainability in the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), focusing on developing partnerships to support DEP’s programs related to a wide range of environmental topics, including energy efficiency and renewable energy, tree and forest protection and enhancement, waste reduction and pollution prevention, sustainable business practices, and other sustainability topics. The selected individual will develop direct relationships with residential organizations, business groups, non-profit entities, and others to identify partners in the development, delivery, and utilization of DEP’s sustainability-related activities. The successful candidate must have the ability to work in a collaborative environment within a large organization with multiple priorities.

To view the complete job announcement and to apply, visit our website and then click on “Apply Now." Click “Search Jobs" and see the full job description under the “General Professional" Job Category. The requisition number is IRC24654.

DHCD - Data and Technology Manager
Posted 3/17/17 – Closes 3/29/2017

Work that matters. The Maryland Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) is a national leader in community development and affordable housing. Our team needs a candidate who will challenge the status quo, effectively communicate excitement about grants management, independently implement practical and efficient solutions, believe change is good and want to come to work knowing that what they do makes a difference. DHCD has an immediate opening for a Data and Technology Manager in its Division of Neighborhood Revitalization.

This individual must be a highly organized and detail ­oriented, self­-motivated, team player, with experience managing database driven software systems in the public sector.

Serving as the Data and Technology Manager, this position supports the State's administration of state and federally funded grant, loan and tax credit programs serving local governments and nonprofit organizations throughout the State. The incumbent utilizes his/her expertise to manage and maintain data, ensuring data consistency across programs, accuracy of data and reports and timeliness to increase efficiency of administration of government funds. Recruitment #17­004499­0002. Full details.

Bel Air - Procurement Officer

Posted 3/14/17 – Closes 3/31/17

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. B.S. degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, accounting, procurement (purchasing), contract management, or marketing and four (4) years of experience as a buyer, purchasing agent, or in contract management. A CPPB (Certified Professional Public Buyer) or CPPO (Certified Public Purchasing Officer) is preferred. Strong computer skills and a working knowledge of procedural and reporting processes associated with governmental financial reporting. Possession of a valid driver’s license. For more information and requirements or to apply go online to EOE.

Frederick – Program Coordinator - Tennis
Posted 3/14/17 – Open until filled

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

Frederick – Leader
Posted 3/14/17 – Open until filled

Working under the direction of the Recreation Supervisor and Camp Director, the Leader is responsible for providing a balanced, safe, fun and supervised program of recreational activities to children registered for summer camps. This position requires good leadership, written and communication skills. Full details.

Frederick – Bus Driver
Posted 3/14/17 – Open until filled

The Bus Driver will be responsible for driving the children safely to and from the various camp activities and trips. The driver will report directly to the Recreation Supervisor or the Camp Supervisor and will have a direct schedule and route to follow. Full details.

Chevy Chase Village - Municipal Operations Coordinator

Posted 3/10/17 – Open until filled

Chevy Chase Village, a municipal government in southern Montgomery County, seeks to fill full-time position of Municipal Operations Coordinator. Duties include working a base schedule of Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with occasional evening, weekend and holiday meetings and events; daily direct public contact; oversight and management of all external municipal operations, including, but not limited to, infrastructure and utility projects, and parks and rights-of-way maintenance; establishes and manages all facets of contract development, major procurement, project management, such as constant and consistent interaction with all Village contractors to ensure compliance with established rules, regulations and practices; establishes and coordinates work priorities to meet deadlines and ensure efficient workflow; and provides fleet management support for the administrative and Public Works departments. Successful candidate must be self-motivated, highly organized, and be able to perform multiple tasks simultaneously; work independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced highly professional office. Excellent written and oral communications skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office required. Experience and practical knowledge of ESRI (GIS) software, preferred. Previous government, specifically municipal gov’t., experience preferred. Project Management certification a plus. Full background investigation, including driving records, will be conducted prior to a final offer of employment. Starting salary: $59,467 annual; generous benefits package. Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in related field required. Must have a valid driver’s license.

Submit resume and three business-related correspondence writing samples to: Chevy Chase Village c/o Village Manager, 5906 Connecticut Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD 20815 or fax 301-907-9721 or email (Subject Line: Municipal Operations Coordinator position) EOE M/F.

Montgomery County - Engineer III – Watershed Management Operations Division
Posted 3/10/17 - Closes 4/4/17

This position supports the implementation of the County’s MS4 permit as it relates to the stormwater facility inspection and maintenance program. Responsibilities of this position include providing project management of capital improvement projects, and engineering support and evaluation of maintenance and repair of stormwater facilities under the responsibility of Montgomery County. Types of capital improvement projects may include: designing repair, replacement, and retrofit of stormwater ponds and dams, dredging, and slip-lining maintenance projects, and dam safety improvement projects. Project management responsibilities include oversight of concept development, management of project budget and schedule, design and construction quality control, applying for regulatory permits, and coordinating with other public agencies, engineering consultants, and the public. Additionally, the successful candidate will provide engineering review of maintenance and repair inspection reports, and formulate the maintenance work orders defining the repairs and/or maintenance required for that stormwater facility. The individual will be expected to provide engineering support to construction inspectors, stormwater inspectors, program manager, senior engineer, or other staff.

To view the complete job announcement and to apply, visit our website and then click on “Apply Now." Click “Search Jobs" and see the full job description under the “General Professional" Job Category. The requisition number is IRC24466.

Laurel – GIS Analyst
Posted 3/6/17 – Closes 3/17/17 or until filled

This position will develop and maintain the City’s Geographic Information System (ArcGIS), assist in the creation of GIS layers and maps, develop and deploy GIS web pages, integrate and maintain GIS functionality in the City’s Finance/HR, Economic Development, Public Safety and Parks & Recreation software packages. This person will also manage contract consultants and work closely with other government providers of GIS data. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Director, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment.

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum of 30 credits in computer science, information technology, cartography, geography, GIS, or two years of documented GIS experience using ESRI and Microsoft products. Must possess a Maryland Class C Driver’s License and have a proven safe driving record. Proficiency in Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office and ESRI products required including ArcGIS, ArcGIS Online, experience with Microsoft SQL Server and other database engines preferred. Must be a citizen of the United States of America and have no felony or serious crime convictions. For additional information visit and visit job opportunities.

Montgomery County - Manager III (Well and Septic Manager)
Posted 3/6/17 - Closes 4/1/17

The position will manage Well and Septic Program operations and regulatory requirements established in State and County law. This will include providing supervision, direction, and guidance to a group of registered sanitarians in directing the day-to-day activities of the Well and Septic Section of the Land Development Division as well as overseeing programmatic procedures and amendments to maintain required program compliance.

The position will utilize professional expertise for conformance with applicable codes, standards, and regulations and coordinates reviews with other sections of the Department of Permitting Services to ensure regulatory compliance with the construction standards. The position will ensure that requirements, policies, and procedures are correctly and uniformly interpreted and applied. The position advises the Division Chief and Director by evaluating State and County legislation and regulations. The work will be performed under the general supervision of the Division Chief and higher-level departmental managers. Salary is $74,445 - $136,069. To view the complete job announcement and to apply visit our website  and then click on “Apply Now." Click “Search Jobs” and see the full job description under the “Managerial Executive” category IRC24558. EOE.

Chevy Chase – Financial Management Specialist
Posted 3/3/17 – Open until filled

The Town of Chevy Chase, Maryland (pop. 2,800) is seeking a part-time (20-hour per week) financial management specialist. Under the general supervision of the Town Manager, the employee is responsible for processing accounts payable and recording ACH revenue, preparing monthly financial reports, reconciling bank and credit card statements, processing payroll, assisting accountants with annual audit, and performing other duties as assigned. Candidates must be able to work closely with Town management as well as have the ability to work independently. For consideration, candidates must possess strong bookkeeping skills and must be proficient in QuickBooks and Microsoft Office. Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Business or related field is required. Knowledge of public financial management is desirable. Part-time position may evolve into a full-time opportunity depending on Town needs. Email resumes to

Baltimore - Budget and Management Analyst I

Posted 2/27/17 – Open until filled

This position will be assigned a portfolio of City agencies and will lead all phases of the budgeting process for these agencies, acting as a lead for one of the City’s 6 Priority Outcomes. The Analyst will also be assigned projects as part of the department’s emerging focus on management research, long-term financial analysis, strategic planning and innovation. This is a civil- service position. Full details.

Glenarden - City Council Clerk
Posted 02/16/17 — Open until filled

The Glenarden’s City Council is seeking resumes for the position of Council Clerk. The Clerk should attend every meeting of the City Council and keep complete and accurate records of the proceedings. The Clerk must be willing to work flexible hours. The salary is negotiable. An applicant should have one or two years’ experience and/or training in a related field. A Bachelor’s degree is required, and the applicant should be proficient in Microsoft Office suite, web design, and HTML. A valid driver’s license is required. Please submit your resume immediately to or .

Pocomoke City – Director, Planning, Housing & Zoning
Posted 2/24/17 – Open until filled

Pocomoke City is hiring a Director for its new Planning, Housing & Zoning Department. The position is a full-time, FLSA exempt position. The Director will be in charge of all of the planning, housing, and zoning functions of the department. It is anticipated that, for a time, the Director will be the sole staff member of the department, and will work with a grant funded person charged with the development of our EnerGov and GIS systems.

Pocomoke City is a small community of approximately 4,200 people, 30 miles south of Salisbury, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, near the Virginia border. There are outstanding recreational and other pastime opportunities available in the area, as well as reasonably priced housing and services.

The successful applicant will start on or about June 1, and work with the incumbent until his retirement on July 1, 2017. Applications are preferred by April 15, 2017 and may be obtained from the City Clerk, 410-957-1333. A complete job description is available from the City Clerk or on our website. Questions regarding the position may be directed to the City Manager, Ernest Crofoot, at 410-957-1333.

Brentwood - Code Enforcement Officer

Posted 2/22/17 – Open until filled

The Town of Brentwood, Maryland has an immediate opening for a full-time Code Enforcement Officer. The Code Enforcement Officer enforces municipal codes, coordinates inspections to ensure compliance with codes and investigates violations, and issues citations as needed. Inspections of rental properties for licensing is also a regular function of this position. Candidate must be able to read and comprehend laws, regulations, maps, procedural instructions, and other reference material related to the duties of the position. Candidate must have a valid driver’s license. Candidates with experience in code enforcement is preferred but will consider relevant field experience.

Candidates must be a U.S. Citizen or have legal documentation and be permitted to work in the U.S. Candidate must treat a variety of people of diverse cultures and levels of society courteously, have exceptional customer service skills and must be people oriented. Candidate must be able to communicate effectively; orally and in writing. Some evening (until 7:00 PM seasonally) and weekend hours are required. Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply.

For a copy of the complete detailed job description or to have an application emailed to you please contact the Town Administrator at Resume and cover letter may also be emailed. EOE.

Aberdeen - Assistant City Engineer

Posted 2/17/17 – Open until filled

The City of Aberdeen is seeking to fill the position of Assistant City Engineer. The successful candidate will work under broad supervision and direction from the City Engineer assisting in professional and technical engineering duties.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assists in providing professional engineering and technical skills related to the design and construction of developments, buildings, and infrastructure requirements. Assists in evaluating site plans and specifications for adequacy of easements, storm drain facilities, storm water management, erosion and sediment control, traffic flow, parking, etc.; ensuring plans and specifications are compliant with all City ordinances and policies as well as county and state regulations. Assists in inspecting the construction of developments, buildings, utilities, roads, etc. to ensure that all codes are met.

REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering required; 3 to 5 years of increasingly responsible experience involving public works and other municipality engineering projects is preferred. Must possess an Engineer in Training License and show potential to obtain a Maryland Professional Engineer’s License. Extensive knowledge of civil engineering design and construction practices; working knowledge of engineering plans, codes and specifications (local, county, and state); working knowledge of computer applications to engineering.

Qualified applicants should send a resume and cover letter, including salary history to: City of Aberdeen, 60 N. Parke Street, Aberdeen, MD 21001. Attn: S. Donald. E-mail: . EOE.

Fairmount Heights – Police Officer
Posted 2/10/17 – Open until filled

The Town of Fairmount Heights is seeking qualified candidates for a full-time police officer position. Must be Maryland Certified or have the ability to be Maryland Certified within 6 months of hire, pass a comprehensive background investigation including a psychological and physical exam. A successful candidate will be subject to a one-year probationary period.

Applications are available at: The Town of Fairmount Heights Municipal Center, 6100 Jost Street, Fairmount Heights, MD 20743. Please see Mrs. JoAnn Tucker 301-925-8585. All interested applicants must submit an application Monday – Thursday, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. EOE.

Fairmount Heights – General Laborer
Posted 2/10/17 – Open until filled

The Town of Fairmount Heights is seeking candidates for a General Laborer position. Duties include but are not limited to, general maintenance, landscaping and trash collection. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license from their state of residence with no more than 3 points. Applicants will be subject to a background check and required to produce a copy of their driving record.

Applications are available at The Town of Fairmount Heights Municipal Center, 6100 Jost Street, Fairmount Heights, MD 20743. Please see Mrs. JoAnn Tucker 301-925-8585. All interested applicants must submit an application Monday – Thursday, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. EOE.

La Plata - Manager of Inspections
Posted 2/3/17 – Open until filled

The Town of La Plata is accepting applications for the position of Manager of Inspections. Successful candidates must be able to oversee the inspections of building and structures in all stages of construction, alteration, and repair to insure compliance with standard construction practices and Town ordinances. This position is responsible for the rental licensing program and reviews plans for public infrastructure and building code requirements and inspects/oversees the inspection of such. Hiring range is $53,710 - $72,510 DOQ. Interested persons may obtain an application and supplementary information at the La Plata Town Hall, 305 Queen Anne Street, La Plata, MD or Application review will begin on March 1, 2017. EOE.

Ocean City - Network Support Specialist
Posted 2/3/17 – Open until filled

As a Network Support Specialist you will perform a wide variety of evaluation, maintenance, installation and training tasks to ensure that computer network performance meets the Town of Ocean City’s needs.

You will be responsible for analyzing, designing, installing, configuring, maintaining and repairing of network infrastructure and application components…and… you will be knowledgeable of active directory, domain controller infrastructure, policy management, scripting, mapping, DNS and DHCP.

A university level program certificate or relevant AS / BS degree; or two to four years related experience and training; or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.

The hiring salary range for this position is $52,133 - $65,687 depending on your qualifications and experience. Please visit “employment” at for more information and to apply on-line. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled; applications received prior to 2/12/17 will receive preference in the interview selection process. Human Resources-City Hall - Room 106, 301 Baltimore Avenue, P.O. Box 158, Ocean City, MD 21843. EOE. Veterans and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Talbot County – Planner
Posted 2/3/17 – Open until filled

The Planner provides technical assistance to applicants and agents, Planning Commission, Board of Appeals, County staff and other organizations. Primary responsibilities include development review for consistency with County zoning and subdivision codes, as well as compliance with state and federal regulations. This position provides project management for the Technical Advisory Committee and undertakes special studies and projects as required. Must be able to drive county vehicle and travel within and outside the County. Some evening meeting attendance may be necessary in the performance of duties. Extensive public interaction is required; applicant must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and effective public speaking skills. Knowledge of the principles and practices of comprehensive land use planning as well as zoning, subdivision and other planning implementation techniques. This is a full-time position with full benefits. Salary DOQ. Send resume with cover letter, three professional references and salary requirements to: Cheril Thomas, Talbot County Government 11 N. Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601 or email to . A full position description may be found on the County’s website or call 410-770-8012. For best consideration, apply by February 15, 2017. EOE.

Talbot County - Zoning Coordinator
Posted 2/3/17 – Open until filled

Zoning Coordinator’s primary responsibilities include review and determination for zoning and construction compliance relating to building approval. Must possess ability to read, understand and implement rules and regulations, zoning and building codes and applicable State and Federal regulations. This position provides technical assistance to applicants, County staff and other agencies and organizations regarding zoning related matters. Extensive public interaction is required; applicant must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and effective public speaking skills. This is a full-time position with full benefits. Salary DOQ. Send resume with cover letter, three professional references and salary requirements to: Cheril Thomas, Talbot County Government, 11 N. Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601 or email to . A full position description may be found on the County’s website or call 410-770-8012. For best consideration, apply by February 15, 2017. EOE.

Denton - Facilities Maintenance Worker

Posted 1/27/17 – Open until filled

The Town of Denton is accepting applications for a full-time Facilities Maintenance Worker I. Salary range is $13.60 – $18.31. Applicant should have knowledge of and experience in: facility & park maintenance, operation of street sweeper, leaf vacuum, wood chipper & other related machinery. Applicant must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. and possess a MD commercial driver’s license, CDL class “B” with appropriate endorsements.

Application and complete job description are available at the Town Office; 4 N. Second Street or visit for more details.
Position will be open until filled. Resumes without applications will not be accepted. E.O.E.

Takoma Park - Dispatcher
Posted 1/27/17 – Open until filled

This position is responsible for receiving and dispatching emergency and non-emergency calls for service. Under general supervision, the incumbent provides prompt and accurate dispatching of police units; receives and disseminates emergency and non-emergency calls for service from citizens on the telephone; and enters and maintains records in the computer system. The incumbent must have knowledge of radio codes and policy terminology, dispatching procedures, and skills in the operation of telecommunications equipment in emergency and non-emergency situation.

Typical Duties:
• Answers emergency and non-emergency calls from the public; determines the nature of the call; determines action required to handle call appropriately
• Dispatches the appropriate equipment and personnel to the scene
• Maintains awareness of officer’s location in order to dispatch calls appropriately, efficiently, and provide for officer safety
• Enters and maintains records into computer system
• Monitors equipment for functional performance
• Checks for warrants on suspects, runaways, and stolen vehicles utilizing the computer systems
• Serves as receptionist and assists callers with non-emergency situations, such as giving office hours and directions to various agencies
• Performs other related duties as assigned
Full details.

New Carrollton – Horticulturist

Posted 1/20/17 - Open until filled

The City of New Carrollton is seeking a highly skilled, self-motivated, and creative full-time Horticulturist to plan the landscaping and design of the City’s green areas. The Horticulturist directly supervises the Parks Department which includes a team of Laborers, Crew Chiefs, and an Arborist. Work assignments for this position are performed primarily outdoors within the City limits. Pay commensurate with experience. Position reports to the Director of Public Works.

Must have an Associate’s Degree in horticulture or a related field. Minimum of five (5) years of experience in planning, designing and constructing landscaping projects, and at least three (3) years of supervisory experience. Must possess Maryland Pesticide Application Certification. Must possess or be able to obtain Maryland Tree Care Expert Certification. Class B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) preferred.

Interested candidates are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume to .

Denton - Director of Planning and Codes

Posted 1/6/17 – Open until filled

The Town of Denton is seeking a Director of Planning and Codes. The Director plans for and implements planning and zoning related ordinances, assists in coordinating grant projects. The Director is responsible for a full range of supervisory, managerial, and professional activities associated with the daily operations of the Department to include, in part, all matters related to planning, land use, zoning, and building code enforcement in the Town as well as supervising all staff and resources of the Department. The successful candidate must possess a Bachelor's degree in public or business administration, planning, building construction or related fields with at least three years of professional management experience in planning, and at a management level supervisory capacity. HS Diploma/GED maybe substituted as further defined in the class specification. The incumbent should possess knowledge of the principles of local, state and federal planning, and building trade programs; the principles of zoning and subdivision; public relations; municipal budgeting; experience with GIS; and business principles as well as possess a strong working knowledge of applicable local, state and federal laws, ordinances, policies, and regulations relating to the activities and responsibilities of the Department. A detailed Job Specification and Application Form are available online at and at the Town Hall. Salary range is $55,138 - $81,090. Interested persons should send a resume and application to the Town of Denton, Attention Town Administrator, 4 North Second Street, Denton, Maryland 21629.

Perryville - Finance Director
Posted 1/6/17 – Open until filled

Town of Perryville is accepting applications/resumes for Full-time Finance Director. Job requirements can be viewed at Submit Application/Resume to Town of Perryville, Human Resources, P.O. Box 773 Perryville, MD. 21903. EOE.

Montgomery County - Manager III (Section Chief, Facilities Management)
Posted 1/6/17 – Open until filled

The Deputy Chief, Section of Operations, Division of Facilities Management Services (DFM) of the Department of General Services (DGS), directs the DFM budget, contracts and human resources as they relate to capital-funded projects and related work, facility maintenance, renovation and inspection efforts. 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.

This position oversees DFM warehouse operations, ensuring availability of parts and accurate inventorying of all components. Works in close coordination with the DFM Deputy Chief of Property Management to ensure full coordination of projects and initiatives throughout the department. Duties also include developing and implementing business process improvements; monitoring budget to actual expenditures and determining the reason(s) for any variance; coordinating guidelines and justification for budgetary increases; developing and monitoring program measures; drafting solicitations and scopes of service; preparing, negotiating and reviewing contracts, and administering contract services.

To view the full job posting and submit an application, visit our website. Click on “Apply Now” and click on “Search Jobs” then search under the “Managerial Executive” job category, IRC23939. Grade M3. Salary range is $74,075 - $135,392. EOE M/F/H

Montgomery County - Division Chief of Fleet Management
Posted 12/23/16 – Open until filled

Montgomery County, one of the country's leading county governments, is seeking a dynamic and visionary expert to manage one of the United States leading public fleets. The fleet manager must be a professional with experience directing a diverse and expanding fleet. This position will carry on a number of technologically innovative and organizationally challenging initiatives. The position is expected to continually seek innovative solutions to fiscal and organizational challenges, implement industry-leading best practices, and utilize advanced technology solutions. This position requires the ability to attend meetings or perform work at locations outside the office.

As a manager/supervisor of unionized employees, this position has a responsibility for fostering a positive labor relations environment based on mutual trust, respect, and cooperation.

Minimum qualifications include: Experience: Seven (7) years of progressively responsible professional experience in organizational management of a large, diversified fleet that includes acquisition, maintenance, repair, rehabilitation & disposal responsibilities, three (3) years of which were in a supervisory or executive capacity. Note: The term "executive" is further defined as a high echelon or high level position in an organization that is assigned technical research, management advisory services responsibilities, or policy-making duties and responsibilities that exerts considerable influence on organizational policy, plans, and operations through technical research, management advisory services, and/or policy-making duties and responsibilities (e.g., County positions at Grade 30 or above).

Salary is $86,224 - $156,525. To view the full job posting and submit an application, please visit our website. Click on “Apply Now” and click on “Search Jobs” then search under the “Managerial Executive” job category, IRC23904. EOE M/F/H.

Boonsboro - Municipal Services Worker

Posted 12/12/16 – Open until filled

The Town of Boonsboro has an immediate opening for a full-time Municipal Services Worker.

Primary duties and responsibilities involve the routine maintenance and repair of town owned buildings, grounds and parks and infrastructure; including streets and the water and sewer distribution system. Experience in operation of heavy duty equipment, such as backhoe and dump truck is preferred as well as Public Works and/or Utilities experience. Valid driver’s license and a High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Full Job description and salary details are available at or please call 301-432-5141.

Hyattsville - Safe Streets Initiative Crime Analyst
Posted 12/9/16 – Open until filled

The City of Hyattsville is seeking an individual to fill the position of Contractual Grant Crime Analyst for the Hyattsville Safe Streets Initiative Grant. This is a grant funded contract position with an annual salary range of $40,000 - $45,000. Placement within the range will be based on qualifications and experience. There are no other employment benefits associated with the position.

The Hyattsville City Police Department Safe Streets Initiative (HSSI) addresses crime in the City and surrounding contiguous areas in Prince George’s County. The program aggressively tracks offenders by utilizing a security integration model of multi-agency collaboration with State, County and municipal public safety agencies and community partners. Grant funds provide salaries, overtime pay and program supplies to support crime reduction patrols, supervision and containment of priority offenders, warrant service, nuisance abatement, patrol officers training, reduction of juvenile truancy and enhanced technology and equipment.

The HSSI Crime Analyst is a newly created civilian contract position. The 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.

Questions may be directed to Vivian Snellman, Human Resources Director at 301 985-5043. Full details here.

Laurel – Public Relations Officer
Posted 12/9/16 – Open until filled

The Public Relations Officer represents the Chief of Police and the Police Department personnel in any media related aspect, to ensure compliance with laws, policies and procedures and to develop appropriate media relations. The work is performed under the direction of the Chief of Police but extensive leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. The nature of the work performed requires that an employee in this position to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, federal, state and other law enforcement agencies, the media citizens, elected and appointed officials. The principal duties of this position are generally performed in an office environment; however, the employee also responds to a variety of emergency and non-emergency situations, such as crime scenes and traffic accidents in a variety of locations and weather conditions.

A Bachelor’s Degree in communications, broadcast and/or written journalism, public relations or related field and at least five (5) years’ experience as a public Information or Public Relations Officer in a Public Safety agency/department, or any equivalent combination of education or experience. Must possess National Public Safety Media Relations/Public Information Officer Certifications. Must possess or have the ability to obtain the NIMS Compliance Training Course requirements for Incident Command Systems (ICS) – ICS-100, ICS-200, IS-700 within 6 months of employment. Must possess or have the ability to acquire within six (6) months of hire the possession of a valid Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC) certificate provided by an acceptable training institution. Full details here.