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Glenarden - City Council Clerk
06/19/17—Open until filled

The City of Glenarden’s City Council is searching for an energetic, detail-oriented person who has strong oral and written communication skills, computer skills, and who can work with minimal supervision. Attendance at evening meetings required. Full Job Descriptions can be picked up at the address below. Interested candidates may submit resumes to: 8600 Glenarden Parkway, Glenarden, Md 20706 or email to

Mount Rainier – Police Officer
Posted 6/19/17 – Open until filled

The Mount Rainier Police Department has an immediate opening for Maryland certified police officers (at the rank of officer or police officer first class) or a person pending or able to be certified by comparative compliance* training from the Maryland Police Training Commission. Criminal and personal history background required including truth verification test, credit report, criminal history and activity, driving record. Vacancies are open until filled. Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) persons are encouraged to apply.

Below is a synopsis of benefits offered by the City of Mount Rainier.

Salary: $43,950 for Maryland certified (up to $52,026 DOQ).
Take home police vehicle (with personal use) for officers living within 25-miles of the City.
Maryland State Retirement (ACPS).
Health Insurance (includes prescription and dental coverage) – Single coverage at no cost.
401/457 Deferred Compensation Plan.
Uniforms and equipment provided.
12 days annual leave for new employees and one personal day.
Holiday pay at double time hourly salary rate.
Shift Differential.
Court pay minimum of two hours at overtime rate.
Competitive promotion process.

Send cover letter of interest and resume to or by facsimile to 301-985-4074.

Mount Rainier - Social Services Resource Coordinator
Posted 6/19/17 - Open until filled

The Mount Rainier Police Department is looking for an individual who will assist the community with finding public assistance and resources that are available through various local, county, state and Federal agencies.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in psychology or social services, knowledge of resources through county, state and Federal agencies, and be familiar with the Prince George’s County Social Services Division.

Examples of the type of resources that might be required to obtain for citizens –

• Housing resources
• Mental health services
• Job counseling services
• Tax breaks for city residents
• Free tax preparation services
• Homeless shelter services
• Coordination of job fairs
• Call-A-Bus
• Animal shelters and free spay and neuter
• Immigration services
• Translation
• Monitor and contribute to social media accounts

The position requires 25 hours per week, during evenings, nights and weekends. Scheduling is flexible depending on services necessary. Spanish speaking applicants are preferred but not required. Compensation is from $17 to $25 per hour commensurate with experience. No benefits are offered with this position. Must be proficient in the use of various computer applications to include Microsoft Office.

New Carrollton - Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 6/19/17 – Open until filled

We are currently looking for a full-time Code Enforcement Officer. This individual will be required to perform rental inspections and search for unsightly conditions, code violations and property maintenance issues throughout the City, as well as respond to complaints of loud noise, dumping, illegal signs and any other code related matters. The ideal candidate must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and have the ability to educate residents, property owners, and businesses on the City code. Maintaining a professional demeanor at all times is a must. Work is performed under the direction of the Code Enforcement Manager. Pay commensurate with experience.

Please visit the Employment Opportunities page on our website for the full job description. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume to .

New Carrollton - Parks Laborer
Posted 6/19/17 – Open until filled

The City of New Carrollton is seeking a full-time Parks Laborer to join our Public Works Department. This position is under the direct supervision of the Parks Supervisor/Horticulturist. Work assignments for this position are performed primarily outdoors within the City limits. The employee will be exposed to loud noise, machinery with moving parts, dirt, dust, debris, chemicals, and foul odors. Bilingual in Spanish and English is a plus. Starting hourly rate is $12.55. This is an unskilled, non-commercial driver’s license position.

Must possess a high school diploma or GED. Ability to comprehend the English language including the meaning, spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar. Any satisfactory combination of experience, education and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be deemed acceptable.

Please visit the Employment Opportunities page on our website for the full job description. Interested candidates should apply in person at the Municipal Building at 6016 Princess Garden Parkway between the hours of 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M., Monday – Friday, or forward their cover letter and resume to .

New Carrollton- Drivers
Posted 6/19/17 – Open until filled

The City of New Carrollton is looking for two (2) full-time Drivers with a valid Class B Commercial Driver’s License. Candidates must have at least one (1) year of experience operating a trash packer, dump truck, loader and/or a backhoe. Strong working knowledge of maintenance and construction or experience using refuse collection equipment preferred.

Applicants must have a clean driving record for a minimum of (12) consecutive months. Bilingual in Spanish and English is a plus. Starting hourly rate is $15.01.
Must possess a high school diploma or GED. Ability to comprehend the English language including the meaning, spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar. Any satisfactory combination of experience, education and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be deemed acceptable.

Please visit the Employment Opportunities page on our website for the full job description. Interested candidates should apply in person at the Municipal Building at 6016 Princess Garden Parkway between the hours of 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M., Monday – Friday, or forward their cover letter and resume to .

New Carrollton – Assistant City Administrative Officer
Posted 6/19/17 – Open until filled

We are currently looking for an outgoing, detail-oriented, self-motivated individual for the position of Assistant City Administrative Officer. The Assistant City Administrative Officer will work under the general supervision of the City Administrative Officer. This position will assist with the direction, administration, and coordination of activities and functions of the various City officers, departments, commissions and boards in implementing the requirements of City ordinances and the policies of the City Council. The ideal candidate must work well with all levels of staff, have the ability to manage multiple projects and assignments simultaneously, and possess excellent problem-solving skills. Building rapport and maintaining key internal and external relationships is a vital part of this role. The Assistant City Administrative Officer serves as Acting City Administrative Officer in the absence of the City Administrative Officer. Salary commensurate with experience.

Please visit the Employment Opportunities page on our website for the full job description. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume to .

New Carrollton - Administrative Assistant
Posted 6/19/17 – Open until filled

The City of New Carrollton is looking for a highly motivated Administrative Assistant who takes initiative to support key government functions including but not limited to Human Resources and Economic Development. The ideal candidate must be extremely proficient in Microsoft Office and various social media platforms including Facebook and Twitter. The administrative assistant role is customer centric and engages with all levels of staff as well as the public. The individual must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills and be able to exercise a high degree of discretion when dealing with confidential information. Prior experience supporting a human resources and/or economic development department is preferred. Previous experience working for a local government is a plus. Pay commensurate with experience.

Please visit the Employment Opportunities page on our website for the full job description. Interested candidates should forward their cover letter and resume to .

Riverdale Park – Accountant
Posted 6/19/17 – Open until filled

The purpose of this position is to assist the Finance Director in all aspects of fund accounting; budget preparation; managing accounts, accounts payable and receivable. This position supports the financial operation of the Town. This position will assist in managing payroll and provide financial reports. Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to the compilation of data; conducting project / program research; ensuring compliance with GAAP, GASB, and related standards. The position may also assist with related Town programs and initiatives. This position must pass a security review prior to formal offers of employment. This position will remain open until filled with first review of applications scheduled for 6/19/2017. Full details.

Seat Pleasant - Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 6/19/17 – Open until filled

The City of Seat Pleasant maintains a high quality of our neighborhoods and therefore we are accepting resumes for the Code Enforcement Officer. The Officer will perform under general supervision, performance and variety of technical duties in support of the City’s local code enforcement programs. Candidate is responsible for implementing the City’s ordinances, codes, and regulations related to zoning, land use, nuisance housing, building codes, health and safety, blight, graffiti, water, waste, and other matters of public concern; and serves as a resource and provides information on City regulations to property owners, residents, businesses, the general public, and other City departments and divisions. Issues all City permits and licenses per city code and ordinances passed by the City Council.

Operations, services, and activities of municipal code compliance program. Pertinent codes, ordinances, laws, and regulations pertaining to zoning, nuisance abatement, property maintenance, building, health and safety, and related areas. Knowledge of various ordinances and environmental codes; ability to read and interpret blueprints, site plans, and designs and to ensure compliance with appropriate ordinances and codes; general knowledge of legal procedures related to the enforcement of ordinances and codes.

Submit cover letter and resume to include salary requirements ATTN: Human Resources . EEO/AA employer No phone call please.

Seat Pleasant - Fund Administrator Manager
Posted 6/19/17 – Open until filled

The Fund Administrator is responsible for ensuring the timely, complete and compliant
development of agreements between potential acquisitions and applicants and the City of Seat Pleasant. The Fund Administrator also monitors fund activity, ensuring files and documentation are maintained, and that agreements remain in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations. The Fund Administrator will have the responsibility for managing a portfolio – acting as the primary interface for a specific group of applicants. This position has the primary responsibility for the development and execution of all fund agreements and supporting documentation, along with the responsibility for all aspects of fund file set-up and maintenance. The Fund Administrator’s responsibilities are to draft new fund agreements, as well as to monitor and amend existing fund agreements as needed. The Fund Administrator will oversee and manage all fund agreements within the context of developing and sustaining long-term relationships, and helping City of Seat Pleasant in staying ahead of any legislative changes or trends that may affect City of Seat Pleasant and its donors. Minimum qualification include Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s of Science or Arts Degree or related work experience along with two (2) or more years in Business or Public Administration. Economic development experience in the public or private sector and at least two (2) years of advanced level state or local government economic development experience preferred, or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Proficient with the use of the Internet and computer software programs; Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.

Submit cover letter and resume to include salary requirements ATTN: Human Resources . EEO/AA employer No phone call please.

Aberdeen - Administrative Assistant

Posted 6/9/17 – Closes 7/7/17

The City of Aberdeen seeks an experienced Administrative Assistant. Position responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Providing administrative support to the Department of Planning and Community Development and the Economic Development Commission; receive phone calls and emails: assisting callers and visitors: maintain appropriate files: schedule meetings and events: prioritize, coordinate and facilitate communications: prepare reports and transcribe meeting minutes: maintain business inventory and other datasets: prepare promotional/recruitment materials: conduct internet research for a multitude of projects, and assist with various projects as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS: B.S. degree in Business Administration or Marketing with three years of experience working in planning or economic development or a combination of education, training and experience, proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and social media platforms, basic accounting, research and marketing knowledge, customer service oriented, excellent communication and public relation skills, including written, oral, and editing, and the ability to work as a member of a team.

We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. Qualified applicants should send resume and cover letter to: City of Aberdeen, 60 N. Parke Street, Aberdeen, MD 21001, E-mail: , EOE.

Frederick – Truck Driver
Posted 6/9/17 – Closes 6/23/17

An employee in this class, under general supervision of the Superintendent or his/ her designee, occasionally operates medium and heavy road repair and maintenance equipment. Drives trucks with GVW over 26,000 lbs, to transport materials to and from specific destinations. This position is considered “essential personnel” and must be able to respond to emergencies outside normal business hours as necessary. Full details.

Frederick – Welder
Posted 6/9/17 – Closes 6/23/17

The Tech III Welder welds metal components together with brazing and variety of arc and gas welding equipment to fabricate or repair products such as vehicles, equipment, plant equipment, and structural assemblies, by performing the following duties. This position is considered “essential personnel” and must be able to respond to emergencies outside normal business hours as necessary. Full details.

Hyattsville - Code Enforcement Inspector
Posted 6/9/17 – Open until filled

The City of Hyattsville, Maryland, has an immediate opening for a full-time Code Enforcement Inspector. The Code Enforcement Inspector enforces municipal codes, coordinates inspections to ensure compliance with code and investigates violations, and issues citation 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. Work will include inspecting the city’s its multi-family dwelling units and businesses for compliance with City codes and applicable state laws, as well as adherence to plans, specifications, and safety regulations.

Officers conduct inspections to determine that buildings, or any other structures and land usage, are in conformity with land use and safety regulations. Incumbents issue permits and licenses for various activities subject to local law. Officers work under the supervision of the Code Enforcement Manager.

Applications may be picked up at the Hyattsville City Administrative Office, 4310 Gallatin Street, Hyattsville, MD, at the 3rd floor reception area, Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The application is also available for download at www.hyattsville.org. Questions on this vacancy may be directed to Vivian Snellman at 301-985-5043. Fax resumes to 301-985-5007. Full details.

Pocomoke City - City Manager
Posted 6/9/17 – Open until filled

Pocomoke City seeks a progressive visionary leader with a strong, service-oriented approach to managing municipal operations. The successful candidate will be a seasoned professional who is engaged and visible within the community, possesses interpersonal and managerial skills to lead and mentor experienced, dedicated employees, and who is passionate about providing exceptional service to residents.

Candidates must show demonstrated ability in budget, finance, capital improvement, staff relations and supervision, business, and community and intergovernmental relations and should have an entrepreneurial mindset to take on an administrative/economic and development/negotiating role for the City. This position will report directly to the Mayor and the City Council.

Key Responsibilities:
Coordinate the City strategies and activities.
Develop and implement policies, practices and procedures.
Recommend to and confer with management staff regarding plans, specifications, financial needs and capital improvements for the city.
Monitor projects in progress for adherence to project objectives and schedules.
Plan, direct, supervise and coordinate the work activities of the City administrative division to accomplish work objectives and assignments.
Confer with department director and staff to coordinate daily operations and assist in organizing, scheduling and directing the work efforts of the City Departments. Full details.

Riverdale Park – Accountant
Posted 6/9/17 – Open until filled

The purpose of this position is to assist the Finance Director in all aspects of fund accounting; budget preparation; managing accounts, accounts payable and receivable. This position supports the financial operation of the Town. This position will assist in managing payroll and provide financial reports. Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to the compilation of data; conducting project / program research; ensuring compliance with GAAP, GASB, and related standards. The position may also assist with related Town programs and initiatives. This position must pass a security review prior to formal offers of employment. This position will remain open until filled with first review of applications scheduled for 6/19/2017. Full details.

Upper Marlboro – Police Officer
Posted 6/9/17 – Open until filled

Must be experienced and MD certified. This is a part-time position as a municipal police officer with a full service, community-oriented police department. The incumbent conducts law enforcement and peacekeeping activities. They establish strong involvement with community, using problem solving to address issues of concern. The person in this position is responsible for crime prevention, traffic law enforcement, protective patrol services, arbitration in neighborhood and family disputes, apprehension and arrest (or citation or warning) of criminal law violators and recovery of stolen property. Work is performed in accordance applicable statutory law, case law, accreditation standards and department policy. Work involves an element of personal danger and, as a majority of the work is performed without the presence of a supervisor, the employee must be able to make decisions and act independently without direct supervision. The employee must exercise discretion and professional judgment when making enforcement decisions, during use of force situations and in meeting emergencies. Assignments and special instructions are received from superior officers, who review work methods and results through personal observations, inspections, reports and discussions. Send resume to Chief of Police, Town of Upper Marlboro, PO Box 280, Upper Marlboro, MD 20773. EOE. See website for more info.

Berwyn Heights - Public Works Maintenance Worker Position

Posted 6/3/17 – Closes 6/30/17

The Town of Berwyn Heights is accepting applications for one Public Works Maintenance Worker position with the Department of Public Works. This position will be filled on a part-time (approximately 32 weekly hours) basis. The position may be filled at the Maintenance Worker I, or II classification depending on the selected candidate’s experience, certifications, and qualifications. The starting hourly rate for a Public Works Maintenance Worker I is $13.70, and Public Works Maintenance Worker II is $15.07.

Part time positions are eligible to participate in the State of Maryland retirement system Applicants selected for employment will be required to submit to a pre-employment background check and medical examination with drug screening.

The application and job description for this position is available at www.berwynheightsmd.gov and should be mailed to the attention of Human Resources Manager at the Town of Berwyn Heights, 5700 Berwyn Road, Berwyn Heights, Maryland 20740. Applications will be accepted through Friday, June 30, 2017.


Berwyn Heights – Police Officer
Posted 6/3/17 – Open until filled

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 Standards Commission (MPTSC) Certification is desired, although applicants without experience are also encouraged to apply. Although the Town of Berwyn Heights is an Equal Opportunity Employer, preference will be given to candidates who are bilingual (Spanish) and/ or female.

The Selection process will include: A physical agility test, a written examination, a formal interview, an extensive background investigation, contingent offer of employment, a polygraph examination, a psychological examination, a pre-employment physical examination, and a drug test.

The starting pay shall be commensurate with experience. The Town offers an excellent benefits package. Interested applicants should contact the Berwyn Heights Police Department for instructions at 5711 Berwyn Road, Berwyn Heights, Maryland 20740 or via telephone at (301)474-6554.

Bowie – Financial/Budget Specialist
Posted 6/3/17 – Closes 6/23/17

Entry-level opportunity that is vital 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. Full details

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Associate’s Degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Admin., or related field
• Considerable knowledge of accounting principles, procedures, and practices.
• Ability to write concise reports, regulations, and policies.
• Two years work experience in finance, accounting or a similar field.

Equivalent combinations of experience and training may be considered in lieu of some listed qualifications. EOE.

Frederick – Economic Development Manager
Posted 6/3/17 – Closes 6/29/17

The Economic Development Manager (ED Manager) position supports the Director of Economic Development with departmental operations and professional economic development projects as assigned. The ED Manager shall have the authority to oversee Department activities in the Director’s absence. Full details.

Hampstead – Police Officer
Posted 6/3/17 – Open until filled

Starting salary competitive with a full range of benefits. Qualifications: Persons currently certified by the Maryland Police Training Commission are preferred. Successful candidates must be U.S. citizens, High School graduates, 21 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license. Apply at: Hampstead Police Department, 1112 S. Main Street, Hampstead MD 21074. 410-239-8954. EOE.

Mount Rainier - Director of Human Resources
Posted 6/3/17 – Open until filled

The Historic City of Mount Rainier, MD is a residential community sitting on the border of Washington DC and Prince George’s County, MD. Serving 8,500 residents, the community is a small urban oasis of historic homes and unique shops. The City employs a staff of 40 to serve the community.

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

The Director of Administrative Services administers the daily operations of Human Resources, serves as a working supervisor to one to three staff. The Director of Administrative Services directly oversees two core functions of the local government:

1. Human Resources (70%)
2. Community Events / Development (30%)

1. Performs professional level work directing a variety of human resources program areas to include position classification, benefits, recruitment, compensation, and employee relations. Work involves the application and interpretation of Personnel laws, regulations and policies and oversight of all personnel actions. Duties require employees in this class to work with all levels of City personnel and to be able to inform and interpret personnel policies and procedures. Position reports directly to the City Manager.

2. Performs work related to planning and implementing community events in the City. Works with applicable committee’s and representatives to plan up to six events a year. Including, but not limited to: Mount Rainier Day, Easter Egg Hunt, Halloween Party, etc..

Any combination of education and training equivalent to graduation from an accredited institution of higher education with at least an Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Political Science, or Public Administration or related field. Certification as PHR, SPHR, or IPMA-CP is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

The salary range is competitive, with an excellent benefits package. EOE.

Mount Rainier - Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 6/3/17 – Open until filled

The City of Mount Rainier, Maryland has an immediate opening for a Part-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. Prior experience with Court and Civil Processing of violations and issuance of citations. Inspections of rental properties for licensing are 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 and ICC Certification in Code Enforcement are preferred but will consider relevant field experience.

Candidates must be a U.S. Citizen 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 Director of Code Enforcement. Resume and cover letter may also be emailed to . EOE.

Mount Rainier - Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 6/3/17 – Open until filled

The City of Mount Rainier, 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. Prior experience with Court and Civil Processing of violations and issuance of citations. Inspections of rental properties for licensing are 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 and ICC Certification in Code Enforcement are preferred but will consider relevant field experience.

Candidates must be a U.S. Citizen 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 Director of Code Enforcement. Resume and cover letter may also be emailed to . EOE.

Brentwood - Police Officer

Posted 5/19/17 – Open until filled

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

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

The salary range for police officer is $45,000 with a competitive benefits package. If you are a Maryland certified law enforcement officer who has a strong desire to serve a growing community, you are encouraged to apply. Please contact Ms. Taylor, Brentwood Police Department at 301/864-1858 or via email at for application instructions. EOE.

Centreville - Police Officer
Posted 5/19/17 – Open until filled

The Centreville, MD. Police Department is recruiting to fill a current vacancy for the position of full-time Police Officer. Maryland Police Training Standards Commission (MPTSC) Certification is desired, although applicants without experience are also encouraged to apply. The town offers an excellent benefits package, to include:

• Competitive Salary
• Health & Vision Insurance;
• State of Maryland Retirement;
• Paid Vacation & Sick Leave;
• Paid Holidays;
• Uniform Cleaning Allowance;
• Take-Home Patrol Vehicle Program

The starting pay shall be commensurate with experience. The Centreville Police Department recruits for this position year-round to ensure a pool of qualified applicants. Applications can be located on the Town of Centreville website or may be obtained in person at the Centreville Police Department. Interested applicants should complete the Centreville Police Department Employment Application and submit it, either in person or via U.S. Mail to the Centreville Police Department, 420 North Commerce Street, Centreville, MD. 21617, 410-758-8437. EOE.

District Heights - Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 5/19/17 – 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, as designated by the District Heights Police Chief, including, 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.

The salary for this position will be $18.22 per hour; depending upon experience and qualifications. Competitive benefits package offered. Submit application, cover letter, and resume to Ms. Amber Waller, Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Police by email:

Westminster - Certified Public Accountant
Posted 5/19/17 – Open until filled

City of Westminster seeks an experienced, licensed Certified Public Accountant, reporting to the Director of Finance, to develop the City’s financial records and reports in compliance with GAAP, GASB, and City requirements. Assists the Director in preparation of annual financial statements and preparing various annual audit analysis sheet summaries; responsible for the continuous improvement and documentation of all finance processes throughout the year. Bachelor’s degree required with a minimum of 3 years public accounting, auditing and government experience. MBA preferred. Experience with Tyler Technologies Eden system preferred. This is an exempt position with a starting salary range of $60,242 - $74,090 commensurate with experience and qualifications. Excellent benefits including health, dental, vision, life insurance and retirement plan. Resume must be submitted with application. Apply online at www.westminstermd.gov; or pick up application at 56 W. Main Street, Westminster; or call 410-848-5236. Position will remain open until filled. EOE.

Charles County - Deputy Director of Planning & Growth Management
Posted 5/19/17 – Open until filled

Charles County Government seeking skilled professional for Deputy Director of Planning & Growth Management (PGM) to perform executive management work. Work with the Director in managing the functions of the Department, including budget development, administration and management of department programs, leadership, policy guidance, interagency liaison, and assisting to plan, organize and direct the operation of PGM programs and activities. Responsibilities include coordinating activities that are often diverse and difficult to integrate and administer; representing the PGM Director on a wide range of matters within the county government, and initiating proposals, policies, projects and programs to improve PGM Department services. This is a highly responsible, senior-level position. Overall goals are set and the worker determines the specific tasks and assignments to be performed, independently handling new and unusual problems and deviations encountered in the work. Requires Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) and 6 years experience. AICP or P.E. preferred. $89,661 – 116,774, DOQ and excellent benefits. For details and to apply, visit our Jobs page at www.charlescountymd.gov

Annapolis - Environmentalist (Urban Forester)

Posted 5/12/17 – Open until filled

The City of Annapolis is seeking a qualified professional to manage the City’s urban forest program. This position will support various boards and commissions, review development proposals for environmental compliance and carry out enforcement to ensure regulatory compliance. Requires graduation from a four-year college or university of recognized standing, advanced degree preferred, with major work in natural resource management, environmental or civil engineering, or closely related fields of study, or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge and skills. Certifications as an Arborist through the International Society of Arborticulture, and as a Maryland Roadside Tree Expert through the Maryland Department of Natural Resources desired. Possession of a valid Maryland State Driver’s License for motor vehicles is required. For further details please visit our website. EOE.

Centreville – Finance Officer
Posted 5/12/17 – Open until filled

The Town of Centreville is seeking applicants for the position of Finance Officer. This is an appointed management position in the Town of Centreville. An appointee in this class shall serve at the pleasure of the Town Council under the direct supervision of the Town Manager and shall be the Chief Financial Officer of the Town.

Minimum experience, training and education: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business administration or related field. At least seven (7) years of experience with at least three (3) years involving management of governmental finance and budgeting or any equivalent combination of education and extensive working knowledge of governmental accounting, budgeting, and management. Salary to be commensurate with education and experience.

Preferred qualifications: Master’s degree in accounting, finance, business administration or related field. Possession of a valid license as a Certified Public Accountant. Municipal government experience.

The salary range is $70,323.92 – 118,623.87. Application and job description are available at the Centreville Town Hall, 101 Lawyer’s Row, Centreville, Maryland (410-758-1180) as well as on the Town’s website. Applications and resumes should be submitted to the Town Office no later than 4:30 p.m. on May 30, 2017 or until position is filled.

Frederick - The Aquatic Supervisor
Posted 5/12/17 – Open until filled

Provides general oversight of The City of Frederick’s Edward P. Thomas, Jr. Memorial Swimming Pool and the William R. Diggs Memorial Swimming Pool, providing overall supervision of the pool management company and City employees assigned to pools. The incumbent ensures a safe, clean and enjoyable aquatic environment for recreation program participants and pool patrons. This individual ensures that aquatics programs and services are delivered in accordance with all City of Frederick Recreation Program Safety Standards and serves as a role model and team leader for all non-lifeguard and pool operations staff of the City’s swimming facilities by demonstrating exemplary job skills and behaviors. Full details.

Frederick – Tennis Aide
Posted 5/12/17 – Open until filled

The Tennis Aide is a non-graded, part-time entry-level position responsible for assisting the tennis instructor in providing safe, effective, motivating group tennis instruction for participants in City of Frederick-sponsored recreation programs. Under general supervision of the Tennis Instructor, Tennis Coordinator and Recreation Supervisor, the Tennis Aide will monitor and encourage class participation and assist participants with tennis technique. This individual is responsible for presenting a positive, professional and competent image of The City of Frederick and the Recreation Department by assisting the Tennis Instructor to deliver quality instruction to meet the diverse needs of the community. Full details.

Middletown – Meter Technician
Posted 5/12/17 – Open until filled

Closes This semi-skilled position performs tasks including installation, maintenance and setup of residential and commercial meters. The technician will collect water meter readings, make repairs and install water meters in new and existing locations. The position requires strong communication and customer service skills and attention to detail. Daily supervision is received from the Office Manager and assistant Director of Public Works.

Special requirements:
• Able to demonstrate the ability to solder copper tube.
• Ability to obtain a Temporary Class I Water Distribution System certificate as issued by MD Board of Waterworks and Waste Systems Operators within the 6 month probationary period and full licensing within 2 years
• Possession of a valid automobile operator’s license
• Required availability for snow removal or other on-call emergency situations at anytime
• Available for special event work that is scheduled in advance

Full-time position at $30,160/year plus overtime with full benefits. Full details.

Brunswick - Waste Water Utility Operator
Posted 5/5/17 – Open until filled

The City of Brunswick is seeking an experienced Utility Operator for our Waste Water Treatment Plant. The Utility Operator is part of the team that maintains and operates the City’s water and wastewater systems and treatment plants under the supervision of the Director of Utilities. Duties include: water sampling and testing, taking readings, lifting, climbing, and entering confined spaces. This position may require shift-work, overtime, and on-call status. Driver’s license, high school diploma, and Wastewater (Class 5 or 5A) license required. Commercial driver’s license, mechanical, electrical, and computer skills are a plus. Applicants may be required to submit to a background investigation and drug screening. Please visit www.BrunswickMD.gov to download an employment application. Submit applications to or 1 West Potomac Street, Brunswick, MD 21716. EOE.

Brunswick - Maintenance Specialist
Posted 5/5/17 – Open until filled

The City of Brunswick is seeking a Maintenance Specialist to work in the Public Works Department. Maintenance Specialists work as part of a larger crew and independently on tasks such as water and sewer repairs, street and signage repairs, building inspections and maintenance, snow removal, and various other tasks. At a minimum, applicants should have a basic knowledge of carpentry skills and be able to operate small equipment. Water Distribution License, Waste Water Collection License, and CDL preferred, but not mandatory. Applicants with greater equipment operator skills may be consider for Utility Specialist position. Further room for advancement for applicants with all of these qualifications. Applicants may be required to submit to a background investigation and drug screening. Please visit www.BrunswickMD.gov to download an employment application. Applications are due to or 1 West Potomac Street, Brunswick, MD 21716. EOE.

New Carrollton – Code Enforcement Manager
Posted 5/5/17 – Open until filled

We are currently looking for a highly qualified, detail-oriented professional to lead our Department of Code Enforcement. This individual will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the code enforcement department including but not limited to rental property inspections, commercial area inspection, supervising all code enforcement staff, ensuring enforcement of all city ordinances, recommending improvements, modifications, and changes to existing city codes for efficiency, practicality and “addressing the problem.” Individuals must be able to develop and maintain strong working relationships with department heads, Mayor and Council. Maintaining a flexible work schedule (days and evenings) to accommodate City Council meetings is a must. Work is under the general direction of the City Administrative Officer.

Fluency in Spanish and American Association of Code Enforcement (AACE) certification as a Code Enforcement Administrator preferred, but not required. The starting salary is $64,715 with a comprehensive benefits package. Salary commensurate with experience.

Please visit the Employment Opportunities page on our website for the full job description. Questions should be directed to

Sykesville - Public Works Director
Posted 5/5/17 – Open until filled

The Town of Sykesville is seeking a Public Works Director to plan, direct, and administer public works activities for the Town. Activities include but are not limited to solid waste/recycling collection, Town parks and grounds maintenance, snow removal, road maintenance, and stormwater facility maintenance. Ideal candidate should be energetic, with strong communication and community outreach skills. Demonstrated leadership experience and the ability to exercise strong administrative and management skills. This position works under the general supervision of the Town Manager. As a member of the department director team, this position has direct input on city policies and procedures, and advises the Town Manager on related issues. At least three years in a managerial or supervisory capacity required. Five years of progressively responsible public works experience and valid CDL preferred. Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits. Cover letter, resumes, and list of 5 references (at least 3 of which are job related) to Dawn Ashbacher, Town Manager, 7547 Main Street, Sykesville, MD 21784 or . First review on May 15. More information at www.townofsykesville.org

Capitol Heights - Administrative Assistant
Posted 4/28/17 – Open until filled

The Town of Capitol Heights is seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant for the Capitol Heights Police Department. The position is 40 hours per week.

Duties include, but not limited to:
- Logging in court appearances
- Logging and maintaining traffic and parking citations
- Logging in and mailing vehicle impounds notices
- Responsible for all MVA Flagging procedures for outstanding citations
- Responsible for all Purchase Orders and maintaining logs
- Ink and LiveScan fingerprinting operations
- Maintaining and mailing court and repair orders
- Handle complaints and concerns at the window and handle phone calls
- Assist with researching and compiling grants
- Assist with news letter
- Assist with creating flyers for events and crime prevention publications
- Manage Citizens’ ID Card Program
- Assist Neighborhood Services with flyers and announcements
- Ordering clothing and supplies for staff
- Maintain the CHPD social media sites
- Maintain CHPD Chaplains calendar and correspondence; and

Applicants, please submit: (1) cover letter; (2) resume; (3) and list of references to: The Town of Capitol Heights, 1 Capitol Heights Blvd., Capitol Heights, MD 20743 or email

Greenbelt - Summer Help - Public Works
Posted 4/14/17 – Open until filled

Salary is $10.75/hour. Performs a variety of tasks requiring manual labor. May perform basic landscaping tasks such as mowing lawns, raking leaves, planting shrubbery, leveling playing fields, cutting and pruning trees, maintaining playgrounds and clearing dead wood. May perform traffic safety tasks such as the maintenance of traffic signs, street painting, and patching streets by pouring and shoveling asphalt and concrete. A High School diploma or equivalent is required. Must possess a Maryland State Driver’s License in good standing. A City of Greenbelt application is required. To apply log onto www.greenbeltmd.gov.

Garrett County - Deputy Sheriff
Posted 4/3/17 - Open until filled

The Garrett County Sheriff Department is accepting applications for current and future hiring for Deputy Sheriff. This law enforcement position is directly responsible for enforcement of state and county laws and regulations and is under the supervision of the Sheriff.

Conducts police patrol functions, serves civil and criminal court process, investigates accidents, responds to citizen complaints, provide prisoner transports, issues civil and traffic citations, conducts courtroom security. Must be at least 21 years of age.

Full job description and application.

Garrett County - Correctional Officer
Posted 4/3/17 – Open until filled

The Garrett County Sheriff Department is accepting applications for current and future hiring for Correctional Officer to maintain security and custody of inmates in the Garrett County Detention Center. Adhere to all policies and procedures, answer citizens calls for service. This position is for a 24 hour, seven days per week shift coverage.

Assist in the control of Detention Center records, reports, procedures, personnel transactions, and supplies. Provide for appropriate and efficient operations of the Garrett County Detention Center. Conduct booking, classification, and release of incoming and outgoing inmates including photo and fingerprinting of inmate. Provide for a safe and secure facility through routine cell checks and head counts. Complete and document all internal inspections within the facility. Conduct investigations and document through reports, incidents involving inmate infractions. Schedule and supervise inmate visitations. Oversee community inmate work crews. Provide inmate transportation to court hearings, medical appointments, etc. Provide prisoner transport to other holding facilities, such as Department of Corrections. Responsible for the releasing of inmates as ordered by the Courts and following related procedures. Responsible for overseeing of inmate trustees with their assigned duties. Must be at least 18 years of age.

Full job description and application.

Garrett County - Public Safety Communications Officer (911 Dispatcher)
Posted 4/3/17 – Open until filled

The Garrett County Sheriff Department is accepting applications for current and future hiring for Public Safety Communications Officer (911 Dispatcher) to work with, oversee, and/or coordinate with the following on a day-to-day basis: Law Enforcement, Fire and EMS Departments, State Highway Administration, County Roads Department, and allied agencies.

Receives 9-1-1 and non-emergency request for assistance in case of fire, medical, police and other emergencies and assists as needed and required; Provides emergency dispatch protocol to all applicable calls; Dispatches and notifies Fire, EMS, Police and allied agencies as needed; Operates radio receiver/transmitter and recording devices; Logs all radio and telephone messages received and sent; Prepare written reports as required; Notify appropriate agencies after hours as needed and required; Maintain a listing of all roads and streets in Garrett County; Monitors severe weather conditions at all times and makes appropriate notifications; Maintains records of all available emergency equipment; Maintains communication with all units in the field during each event; Receive warrants, criminal summons and protective orders from the court systems and maintain the proper files as required. Must be at least 18 years of age.

Full job description and application.

Aberdeen – Police Officer

Posted 3/31/17 – Open until filled

The Department is located at 60 N. Parke Street, Aberdeen MD 21101. Excellent benefits including health, dental, vision, life insurance, take-home vehicle program (must live within 25 miles of the station), education reimbursement.

Starting salary is $45,423 in year 1. Salary will be $46, 760/year upon graduation from the Police Academy. Entry level police officers will have a probationary period of 2 years. Successful candidate will undergo 6 continuous months of resident training at a Maryland police academy.

The Selection process will include (if you meet the minimum requirements): A physical agility test, a written examination, a formal interview, an extensive background investigation, contingent offer of employment, a polygraph examination, a psychological examination, a pre-employment physical examination, and a drug test.

Follow the application process instructions on the Job Announcement. An Aberdeen Police Department Application for Employment is required. Full details and application may be found on the Aberdeen Police Department website. EOE.

Ocean City – Seasonal Positions
Posted 3/31/17 – Open until filled

Transfer station and collections
Solid Waste Worker I (copy of last 3 years driving record may be required) Collections: Solid Waste Worker I (copy of last 3 years driving record may be required) Solid Waste Worker II (must have minimum CDL class B with current DOT physical card. (Copy of last 3 years driving record may be required). 410-524-0318.

Boardwalk Comfort Station Attendants
The Maintenance department is looking for reliable, personable persons to clean and maintain the Boardwalk restrooms. Day shift 8:00-4:30 p.m., Night shift 4:30-1:00 a.m. Employment from May to September. 410-524-0391.

Maintenance Workers
Duties include assisting at special events, painting, and picking up debris. 410-524-0391.

Parking Lot Attendants
Low-stress stationary work overlooking the inlet. Duties include greeting visitors and processing parking payments. 410-524-0391.

Full details.

Ocean Pines Association - General Manager
Posted 3/31/17 – Open until filled

The General Manager of the Ocean Pines Association will have the opportunity to serve one of the country’s premier residential communities. Ocean Pines is a bustling planned community with its own police and fire departments, water system, restaurants, shops, and extensive recreation facilities.

As the chief administrative officer, the General Manager is responsible for the executive management and staff of the Association’s day-to-day operations.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and ten years’ progressively responsible experience managing a homeowners’ association, master planned community, or local government, including supervision and executive level management (manager, assistant manager, or key department director) with financial management, strategic planning, and/or public works experience. Preferred qualifications: Master’s degree (MPA or MBA), an ICMA Credentialed Manager or Professional Community Association Manager certification, experience in similar communities, strong budget and CIP experience, demonstrated customer service orientation, and a track record of using technology to achieve an organization’s goals.

Expected hiring range: $150,000-$170,000 DOQ with a comprehensive benefit package. Residency isn’t required, but the General Manager will be required to live within a reasonable driving distance.

Visit The Novak Consulting Group for more information. Open until filled with first review of applications May 1.

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 www.westminstermd.gov; 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.

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.

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.

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