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Hampstead - Police Officer
Posted 5/18/18 – Closes 6/30/18

The Town of Hampstead is seeking to fill a Patrolman/Police Officer position.

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

Applicants must be U.S. Citizens, High School Graduates, 21 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license. Applicants currently certified by the Maryland Police Training Commission are preferred.

Applications will be accepted through June 30, 2018. You can pick up applications at 1112 Main Street, Hampstead, MD 21074 or visit us online at www.hampsteadmd.gov. Applications are located under the Police Department News and Announcements.

Applications can be delivered or sent to: Lieutenant Stacey Gaegler, 1112 Main Street, Hampstead, MD 21074, 410-239-8954,

Mount Rainier - Director of Code Enforcement
Posted 5/18/18 – Open until filled

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

We are currently looking for a highly qualified, dynamic, 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.” . 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 Code Enforcement administers the daily operations of the Code Enforcement Department, serves as a working supervisor to two full-time and one-part-time staff. The Code Enforcement Department ensures the health, safety and wellbeing of city residents by enforcing building, property, and environmental codes. The Department upholds the community’s standards and enhances property values through its comprehensive code enforcement program. The Code Department administers a comprehensive rental housing licensing program. Full details.

North East – Certified Patrol Officer
Posted 5/18/18 – Open until filled

The Mayor and Commissioners of the Town of North East, MD are accepting applications for a Maryland Certified Patrol Officer. Candidates must be at least 21 years of age; must be a citizen of the United States; must possess a high school diploma or GED certificate; must possess a valid MD driver’s license. All candidates will be required to successfully complete written and oral examinations, physical wellness exam, including drug screening, background investigation, polygraph examination, psychological examination and oral interview(s). Starting salary is $38,875.00 however may be adjusted depending on experience/years of service. The Town offers full benefits. The Town is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Applications can be obtained from the Town’s website www.northeastmd.org/employment or by calling 410-287-5801. Applications should be submitted to The Town of North East, P.O. Box 528, North East, MD 21901-0528; ATTN: Town Administrator. Electronically transmitted applications will not be accepted.

Takoma Park – Community Development Manager
Posted 5/18/18 – Open until filled

The City of Takoma Park is seeking a skilled manager with a broad range of housing experience to oversee its new Housing and Community Services Division. The initial focus of the individual selected for this position will be on the implementation of the recently completed Housing and Economic Development Strategic Plan. Ongoing responsibilities include administration of the Division's rental housing licensing and registration programs, mediation of landlord tenant disputes, tenant association assistance, enforcement of local rent stabilization laws, grants administration, implementation of affordable housing programming, and oversight of a variety of contracts for services benefiting the community’s low and moderate income residents. Full details.

Charles County - Planning Technician
Posted 5/18/18 – Closes 06/03/18

Performs technical plan review work, conducts research on specific planning issues, and compiles information and data in support of planning projects. The work involves examining site development plans and proposals for conformance to the zoning requirements, assisting in the development of staff reports, coordinating mailings and meeting arrangements, compiling and maintaining mailing lists, responding to citizen requests for information, and serving as clerk to the Board of Appeals and/or Planning Commission. The worker carries out assignments, follows through on matters, and uses independent judgment and training to take appropriate actions to deal with standard recurring situations. Salary: $24.67 - $32.19 hourly. $48,116.00 - $62,766.00 annually. Full details.

Charles County - Planner II
Posted 5/18/18 – Closes 06/03/18

Performs professional land use planning and related work for the County. The work involves the application of land use and environmental principles and concepts to planning projects; positions function as specialists in an assigned project or functional area within the division. Overall goals are set and the worker determines the specific tasks and assignments to be performed, independently handling new, unusual problems and deviations encountered in the work. Salary: $28.81 - $37.56 hourly. $56,181.00 - $73,250.00 annually.
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Charles County - Planner III
Posted 5/18/18 - 06/03/18

Performs land use planning and related project or program supervision work for the County. The work involves the application of land use and environmental principles and concepts to planning projects; positions are assigned responsibility for major projects or programs within the division. Overall goals are set and the worker determines the specific tasks and assignments to be performed, independently handling new, unusual problems and deviations encountered in the work. Salary: $31.14 - $40.59 hourly. $60,718.00 - $79,149.00 annually. Full details.

Charles County - Chief of Codes, Permits, and Inspection Services
Posted 5/18/18 – Closes 5/30/18

Supervises and manages professional engineering work of developer improvement projects, the County's construction inspection program and the administration and inspection enforcement of the County's Zoning and Forest Conservation Ordinances. The work involves managing the planning, design, permitting and construction inspection of work performed or to be performed by developers, or others of buildings and infrastructure as part of their development projects (i.e., buildings, grading, roadways and related structures, storm water management and drainage, water/sewer facilities, and related structures and appurtenances). Overall goals are set and the worker determines the specific tasks and assignments to be performed, independently handling new, unusual problems and deviations encountered in the work. Salary: $42.52 hourly. $82,922.00 annually. Full details.

Montgomery County – Manager II, Grade M2 (Housing)
Posted 5/18/18 - Closes 6/6/18

The Department of Housing and Community Affairs (DHCA) plans and implements activities which prevent and correct problems that contribute to the physical decline of residential and commercial areas; ensure fair and equitable relations between landlords and tenants; increase the supply of affordable housing; and maintain existing housing in a safe and sanitary condition.

The Manager II (Chief of Housing) will manage the work of the Division of Housing, which focuses primarily on the development of rental and sales housing projects, providing housing opportunities to all are affordable to a wide-range of individuals and families, the elderly, and special needs individuals and groups. Salary Range: $88,388 - $160,454. The requisition number is IRC31302.

To view the complete job announcement and to apply, please visit our website and then click on “Apply Now." Click “Search Jobs" and see the full job description under the “Managerial” Job Category.

Maryland Dept of Housing & Community Development - Development Officer II Community Assistance
Posted 5/18/18 – Closes 5/24/18

The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development is a national leader in the development of affordable housing and community development lending. The Division of Development Finance & Community Development Administration is recruiting for a Development Officer II Community Assistance position.

The Development Officer II analyzes residential properties, evaluates plans, specifications and contractors’ bids; inspects rehabilitation work and recommends payment of loan funds; monitors local housing agencies administration of Special Loan Programs; and provides technical assistance to loan applicants, local governments and contractors on loan programs offered by Special Loan Programs. The duties performed will help Single Family Housing meet its Managing for Results goal for Special Loan Programs to increase the percentage of low and moderate-income Maryland households who live in decent housing. Apply here.

Berwyn Heights - Town Manager
Posted 5/11/18 – Closes 6/17/18

Town of Berwyn Heights (pop. 3,100) seeks well-qualified candidates for Town Manager position. The Town is a compact, diverse community of single family homes located near Washington, D.C.

The Town Manager is appointed by and works under the direction of the five-member elected Town Council. Budget of over $3 million. Supervises 26 full time employees, including police, public works, code compliance and Treasurer. Sound finances.

Requires a Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration or other relevant field; Master’s degree preferred. Candidates should have at least five years of progressively responsible leadership and management experience in local government or business; experience as a municipal manager preferred. Experience in Maryland municipal government is a plus, as is a candidate who is fluent in Spanish.

Send letter of interest (email preferred), including salary history, and resume to: David J. Deutsch, SR VP, The Mercer Group, Inc. Application letters must be received by 5 p.m. EDT on June 17, 2018. Salary range mid90s to low 100s. Attractive benefits. EOE, Town values diversity.

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Frederick – Electrician
Posted 5/11/18 – Closes 5/23/18

This is a semi-skilled position that assists lead technicians with the installation and maintenance of series and multiple street lighting circuits, traffic signal repair and installation and other facilities maintenance. This position is considered essential personnel and must be able to respond to emergencies outside normal business hours as necessary. Full details.

Frederick – Administrative Assistant
Posted 5/11/18 – Closes 5/24/18

This is a skilled administrative position responsible for varied and complex clerical work involving considerable detail in support primarily to the Board of Aldermen. The position will also provide backup support to the Mayor’s Office as assigned. The individual in this position is expected to work with confidential and sensitive information requiring good judgment and discretion. Full details.

Frederick – Code Enforcement Inspector
Posted 5/11/18 – Closes 5/23/18

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

Montgomery County – Manager III - Energy & Sustainability Programs
Posted 5/11/18 – Closes 5/29/18

The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is seeking an experienced individual to manage and lead energy and sustainability programs in the Division of Environmental Policy & Compliance. The programs may include, but are not limited to, energy efficiency and renewable energy, including energy financing policies and programs; climate change initiatives; support for residential and commercial sustainability-related practices; and planning and research efforts focused on developing, expanding, and improving DEP programs designed to enhance the quality of life in the community by protecting and improving Montgomery County's air, water and land in a sustainable way while fostering smart growth, a thriving economy and healthy communities. Salary Range: $75,934 - $138,790.

To view the complete job announcement and to apply,
please visit our website and then click on “Apply Now." Click “Search Jobs" and see the full job description under the “Managerial Executive" Job Category. The requisition number is IRC28822.

Greensboro - Wastewater Operator
Posted 5/4/18 – Open until filled

The Town of Greensboro is seeking an experienced Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator that is currently licensed by the Maryland Board of Waterworks and Waste System Operators with a Wastewater Certification (W-5A) or able to obtain through reciprocity upon selection. Preference will be given to those applicants that also possess a Maryland Water Certification (T-1). The successful applicant will perform a variety of skilled technical and maintenance work in the operations, maintenance and repair of the wastewater plant, wastewater collection system, water distribution and treatment systems and other duties as needed. Required to work weekends.

Salary is dependent upon experience. For further information on the duties please refer to our website www.greensboromd.org and go to the documents tab and then public works. Application may be obtained in person at 113 S. Main Street, Greensboro, Maryland or by email from .

La Plata - Town Treasurer
Posted 5/4/18 – Open until filled

La Plata is seeking their next Town Treasurer who will have the opportunity to join a town with healthy reserves, low debt, and sound financial management.

The Town Treasurer is the chief financial officer and administrator of La Plata’s finance and budget programs. The Treasurer is responsible to the Town Manager, the Mayor, and the Council for the proper administration of all financial affairs of the Town and prepares the annual budget for the Mayor and Council’s consideration.

Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree in public administration, finance, or related degree, and five years of government budget/finance experience with some management/supervisory experience.

Preferred qualifications: a Master’s degree in public finance, public administration, accounting, finance, or related field, a Certified Public Finance Officer (CPFO) or Certified Public Accountant (CPA) designation, experience with utility billing and information technology, and strong budget and fiscal management in a fiscally conservative local government environment.

Salary range is $92,000-$147,000 DOQ, with an excellent benefit package that includes the Maryland state retirement and pension system and 100% Town-paid health insurance for employees and dependents.

For more information and to apply, visit thenovakconsultinggroup.com/jobs. Open until filled with first review of applications June 1.

Westminster – Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Posted 5/4/18 – Closes 5/21/18

Monitor equipment readings and respond as necessary; requires a general knowledge of mechanics and laboratory equipment; ability to operate and troubleshoot equipment and to accurately read and record data, charts and gauges; must be able to work in a weekend and holiday rotation; City will train; must either have or be able to obtain a CDL Class B license. $14.64/hour plus $.95/hour differential for this non-certified 3rd shift position (11 p.m. to 7 a.m.); 40 hours/week; excellent benefits including health, dental, vision, life insurance, and retirement plan. To apply, go to WestminsterMD.gov; or pick up application at 56 W. Main Street, Westminster; or call 410-848-5236. Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on May 21, 2018. EOE.

Montgomery County - Manager III
Posted 5/4/18 – Closes 5/23/18

The mission of the County's Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is to move people and connect places with the best transportation choices and services. MCDOT is seeking a Manager III for their Transportation Policy/Development Review Section.

The position will manage the Department’s coordinated review and processing of all (residential and commercial) development plans, transportation-related analyses and calculations for same, and for proposed work within County-maintained rights-of-way and easements, in accordance with the County Code and Department Standards/policies/procedures. Plan elements that are frequently assessed include but are not limited to: improvements to existing roads, design and construction of proposed County roads, site distance evaluations, adequacy of the existing downstream County-maintained system drainage systems, requests for Design Exceptions from Department standards and policies, and coordination with nearby MCDOT Capital Improvement Project (CIP) projects.

To view the job posting and submit an application, please visit Montgomery County Government’s Career website at www.montgomerycountymd.gov/careers and click on Search Jobs. You will find the job posting under the General Professional job category – IRC29387. EOE: M/F/D

Talbot County – Airport Manager
Posted 5/4/18 – Closes 6/15/18

Talbot County, Maryland - One of the busiest general aviation facilities in Maryland has an opening for an Airport Manager to oversee management and operation of the Easton Airport, including aircraft, public safety, security, staff management and customer service. The Airport Manager provides guidance and direction to ensure compliance with all federal, state and local regulations and standards. Minimum qualifications: Four year degree in airport management or public/business administration from an accredited college or university and at least four years of airport experience as an airport manager or operations supervisor or any combination of experience and education that provides the skills and knowledge to fulfill the position’s responsibilities. This is a full-time position with full benefits and paid leave allowances. More details and full position description may be found at www.talbotcountymd.gov - Select ‘About Us’, then ‘Employment’. For best consideration, submit resume with cover letter, three professional references and salary requirements by June 15, 2018 to: Talbot County Government – Administrative Services, 11 North Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601 or email to . EOE.

Centreville - Utility Worker

Posted 4/27/18 – Open until filled

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

The Utility Worker position assists with maintenance of the Town’s streets, parks, water lines and sewer mains. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: fixing potholes, painting parking lines and operating equipment. Applicants should hold working knowledge of: the operation of trucks, the care and routine maintenance of such vehicles and gasoline engines; Traffic regulations of the State of Maryland; and possess the ability to follow directions. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma or GED preferred. This position requires a valid Maryland driver’s license, the ability to pass a Dept. of Transportation physical exam, and ability to obtain a commercial driver’s license. An equivalent combination of education and experience may substitute for certain qualifications.

Applications should be submitted via email to , by fax 410-758-4741 or mail to 101 Lawyers Row, Centreville, MD 21617. Applications will be accepted until Tuesday, May 7, 2018 or until the position is filled. For further information, please contact Krystel Ebaugh, Human Resources Manager, 410-758-1180, or visit the Town website. Starting salary of $28,452.28. EOE.

Centreville - Utility Worker
Posted 4/27/18 – Open until filled

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

This seasonal part-time Utility Worker position assists with maintenance of the Town’s streets, parks, water lines and sewer mains for the Town of Centreville. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: fixing potholes, painting parking lines and operating equipment. Applicants should hold working knowledge of: the operation of trucks, the care and routine maintenance of such vehicles and gasoline engines; Traffic regulations of the State of Maryland; and possess the ability to follow directions. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires a valid Maryland driver’s license and clean driving record.

Applicants should submit an application via email to , by fax 410-758-4741 or mail to 101 Lawyers Row, Centreville, MD 21617. Applications will be accepted until Tuesday, May 7, 2018 or until the position is filled. For further information, please contact Krystel Ebaugh, Human Resources Manager, 410-758-1180 or visit the Town website. Starting salary of $28,452.28. EOE.

Emmitsburg - Town Planner
Posted 4/27/18 – Closes 5/22/18

The Town of Emmitsburg has an exciting opportunity available for a Town Planner. The Town Planner directs and assists management with all municipal planning and land use functions for the Town. Acts as an advisor to the Town Board, Planning Commission, and Board of Appeals and provides leadership and support on all planning and infrastructure related projects. Additional responsibilities include grant writing and administration, permit issuance, ordinance creation/modification, zoning enforcement, maintaining accurate records, and public interaction. This position falls under the general supervision of the Town Manager. Additional duties will/can be assigned by the Town Manager and Mayor.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Prepare Comprehensive Plan for the town on a periodic basis, as required by MD Land Use Law. Coordinate plan review process with staff, applicable county and state agencies.
• Work with state and county agencies, developers, engineers, architects and other professionals on infrastructure projects within the town, as well as individual site development projects. Coordinate with County and State agencies on planning issues.
• Manage the Geographic Information system (GIS) and coordinate with other departments and consultants as needed.
• Research potential grants, write grant applications, and manage grants received. Compose progress reports and other required elements.

Salary range (based on experience): $55,503-$61,042. Resumes should be submitted via email to by May 22, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. Full details.

Greenbelt - Police Chief
Posted 4/27/18 – Open until filled

Greenbelt, MD seeks a highly experienced and community-oriented Chief of Police. Starting salary of low to mid $100K DOQ/E plus excellent benefits. A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in criminal justice, business, public administration, or a related discipline is required, with a graduate degree preferred. Candidates should demonstrate knowledge of police department operations and management, public administration of local governments, and knowledge of best practices in the management of municipal police services. Ten years of police work experience, with 5 years as a lieutenant or higher in a comparable or larger agency or the equivalent is required. Advanced training such as the FBI National Academy, Southern Police Institute or equivalent programs is highly preferred. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume on-line. This position is open until filled. First review deadline is Wednesday, May 21, 2018.

College Park – Mechanic

Posted 4/13/18 – Open until filled

Full-time position available for a mechanic. Duties include preventive maintenance and vehicle repair on a variety of City vehicles and equipment, including automobiles, pickup trucks, dump trucks, trash trucks, snow plows, and landscape equipment, with gasoline and diesel engines. Also, includes performing a variety of tasks concerned with repairing, rebuilding, overhauling, modifying and doing a variety of maintenance on special purpose vehicles and the inspection of and diagnosis of malfunctions. The successful applicant will work under the general supervision of the fleet supervisor and will be expected to perform independently.

Requirements include four-years of vehicle and equipment maintenance and repair; a valid Class B CDL with airbrake endorsement and good driving record; refrigeration license; and class A CDL preferred; the ability to read and interpret maintenance and repair manuals and the ability to follow oral and written directions. Work is predominantly inside a repair shop, but outdoor work may also be required. The minimum starting wage is $25.06 hour depending on qualifications plus excellent benefits. Qualified applicants should submit an application online at www.collegeparkmd.gov. EEO

Cottage City and Colmar Manor - Joint Town Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 4/13/18 – Closes 6/1/18

The Towns of Cottage City and Colmar Manor are seeking candidates for a full-time, Joint Town Code Enforcement Officer position. The vision of both Towns’ Code Enforcement position is to promote and maintain a safe and desirable living and working environment so both Towns are known as an attractive, pleasant and safe place to live, raise families, work, and retire. Both Towns will strive to maintain and improve the quality of our adjoining communities by administering fair and unbiased enforcement of each respective town’s local ordinances to correct violations and reduce conditions that adversely affect the quality of life of our residents, businesses and guests. The ideal candidate will work in partnership with both communities and educate or motivate our residents and business owners through meetings, public announcements, and handouts to seek voluntary compliance. Through this joint collaboration, the Towns will experience improved land values, improved safety, an increased sense of community, improved public image, improved quality of life, reduced health threats, and the increased likelihood of economic development.

This position has a competitive salary and full benefit package. Salary is $45,000.  Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and references to or to The Town of Cottage City, 3820 40th Avenue, Cottage City, MD 20722, ATTN: Dylan Galloway. Full details.

Frederick – Water Treatment Operator I Trainee
Posted 4/13/18 – Open until filled

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

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

Hyattsville - Police Officer (Entry Level)
Posted 4/13/18 – Open until filled

The Hyattsville City Police Department is a full-service, internationally accredited law enforcement agency. We offer a wide variety of employment opportunities including uniformed patrol, investigations, community services, school resource officers, crime scene/evidence technician, traffic enforcement, K-9, emergency response team (ERT), technical services, training, and communications.

We offer generous and competitive salary and benefits packages, including: health care; extensive training and educational opportunities, 25-year State pension (LEOPS/DROP); voluntary deferred compensation plan; opportunity for both lateral (specialist) and promotional career growth. Salary: $40,200 (in academy); $46,219 upon graduation.

Requirements:

  • 21 years old upon academy graduation;
  • High school diploma or GED;
  • Valid driver’s license and good driving record;
  • Successfully complete:
  • Entrance written exam
  • Fitness test
  • Background investigation
  • Medical physical exam

To apply visit www.hyattsville.org/95/Join-Our-Team

Hyattsville - Police Officer
Posted 4/13/18 – Open until filled

The Hyattsville City Police Department is currently seeking Maryland certified police officers to join our ranks. Out of state police officers may qualify on a case by case basis.

The Hyattsville City Police Department is a full-service, internationally accredited law enforcement agency. We offer a wide variety of employment opportunities including uniformed patrol, investigations, community services, school resource officers, crime scene/evidence technician, traffic enforcement, K-9, emergency response team (ERT), technical services, training, and communications.

We offer generous and competitive salary and benefits packages, including: health care; extensive training and educational opportunities, 25-year State pension (LEOPS/DROP); voluntary deferred compensation plan; opportunity for both lateral (specialist) and promotional career growth.

Salary: $46,219 - $49,773 (Depending on experience level)
$3,000 sign-on bonus for experienced police officers

Written test is not required for experienced police officer but must successfully complete.

o Fitness test
o Background investigation
o Medical physical exam

To apply visit www.hyattsville.org/95/Join-Our-Team

Bowie - Assistant Director of Public Works

Posted 4/6/18 – Open until filled

The City of Bowie is seeking a proven and experienced professional to serve as its Assistant Director of Public Works. The successful candidate will have a background in public works operations, project or construction management, and engineering. This individual will be a skilled problem solver with the ability to communicate effectively with employees at all levels of the organization, as well as City residents. This person will have the ability to effectively supervise others and achieving excellent performance.

The Assistant Director of Public Works will have a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, architecture, environmental management or a closely related field. A professional engineer’s license (PE) and/or Project Management Professional certification (PMP) are preferred. Additionally, the successful candidate will have three to five years’ experience in public works, civil engineering or project management related work. Must have extensive supervisory experience.

Salary is $100,000 – $120,000. To apply and for full details visit the city’s website at: www.cityofbowie.org and click on the employment link.

New Carrollton - Administrative Assistant
Posted 4/6/18 – Open until filled

The City of New Carrollton is looking for a highly motivated Administrative Assistant who takes initiative to support key personnel within the Administration Department, including but not limited to the City Administrative Officer and the Human Resources Administrator. 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 our website and click the Employment Opportunities link to apply.

New Carrollton - CDL Drivers
Posted 4/6/18 – Open until filled

The City of New Carrollton is looking for two (2) non-exempt 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 $17.32.

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 our website and click the Employment Opportunities link to apply.

Landover Hills - Chief of Police
Posted 3/30/18 – Closes 5/31/18

The Town of Landover Hills is a diverse community of 1,687 residents, located in Prince George's County and is seeking to fill the position of Chief of Police. The Police Chief is the administrative head and chief executive officer of the police department. As an integral part of the municipal organization, the Police Chief must be able to communicate effectively with the public, public officials and town staff. The Police Chief is a recognized community leader responsible for providing leadership and vision for the Police Department and advice and recommendations to the Town Manager.

Ideal candidates will possess a minimum of five years of senior management experience in a municipality or public agency, including personnel development, grant development and budgeting. The selected candidate must possess a valid Driver's License and a Police Officer certification issued by the State of Maryland Police Training Commission (blue card) and be able to pass a job-related background investigation and a pre-employment physical. It is preferred that the Police Chief live within a 30-mile radius of Landover Hills.

Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Town of Landover Hills, Attention: Kathleen Tavel; Town Manager, 6904 Taylor Street, Landover Hills, Maryland 20784. Additional detailed job duties are available on request. For more information, contact Kathleen Tavel, Town Manager at 301-773-6401.

Westminster – Police Officer
Posted 3/23/18 – Open until filled

Starting salary is $37,050 (Salary increases to $40,911 upon successful completion of police academy training). Qualified applicants must meet all minimum standards set by the Maryland Police & Correctional Training Commission. Successful candidates will be sent to an approved Maryland Police Academy. Any questions should be directed to Major Thomas Ledwell during business hours at 410-848-4647.

Minimum requirements: U.S. Citizen, Must be 21 years of age by end of Police Academy, High School diploma or GED certificate, Eligible to possess and use a handgun, Able to read, write, and speak English, Valid Driver’s License

Applicants must also successfully pass a written examination, an oral interview, a pre-employment background investigation, a polygraph test and a psychological screening.

Excellent benefits including health, dental, vision, life insurance and vacation leave, PLUS: L.E.O.P.S. 25 year retirement. Maryland law provides a $5,000 tax incentive for Westminster Police Department officers who reside within the City limits.

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. EOE.

WSSC - Business Development Manager
Posted 3/23/18 – Open until filled

The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) seeks an experienced Business Development Manager to be responsible for generating non-rate related revenues through the sale of products, services and/or real property. S/he leads the strategic development of business development opportunities as well as the implementation of approved strategies. Responsible for negotiation and preparation of contracts, public private partnerships and development of revenue generation plans consistent with WSSC policy and strategic goals. Plans and manages all activities and functions related to business development and is responsible for analyzing opportunities to generate revenues through the sale of products, services and/or real property.

Key Responsibilities:
• Plans, and manages all business development activities
• Handles the strategic development of business development opportunities as well as implementation of approved strategies
• Advises and represents the General Services Director and the Commission on business development issues
• Manages complex analyses and special studies of proposed business development initiatives such as public/private partnership opportunities, marketing environmental laboratory services to state & local governments and private industry and selling proprietary software
• Handles surplus property evaluation and sale, as well as other property issues

Salary is $99,869- $152,456. To learn more about this vacancy (18-0140) and apply, please visit our Careers page at www.wsscwater.com. EOE/M/D/V

Frederick – Aquatics Supervisor
Posted 3/16/18 – Open until filled

The Aquatic Supervisor 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 – Golf Associate
Posted 3/16/18 – Open until filled

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

Frederick - Golf Course Helper
Posted 3/16/18 – Open until filled

At the City of Frederick’s Clustered Spires Golf Course, we are dedicated to making every visit by the public an enjoyable one. As a Golf Course Helper, your first role is to provide excellent, friendly and knowledgeable service to the public by maintaining the Golf Course grounds. Reporting to the Golf Course Superintendent, the Helper position is a seasonal part-time position requiring teamwork, motivation and flexibility. You will have frequent interaction with the general public in a dynamic setting. The role involves outside maintenance activities, including (and not limited to) weeding, mowing, maintaining flower beds, and trash removal. Full details.

Frederick – Leader
Posted 3/16/18 – 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 – Water Safety Aide
Posted 3/16/18 – 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 – Water Safety Instructor
Posted 3/16/18 – 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.

Gaithersburg – Procurement Division Chief
Posted 3/9/18 – Open until filled

The Finance & Administration Department of the City of Gaithersburg is seeking a collaborative, proven leader for the full-time position of Procurement Division Chief to direct and oversee the day-to-day operations, functions, and activities of the Procurement Division.

The ideal candidate will be an excellent communicator with outstanding people skills, as the position requires extensive contact with City staff, officials, vendors, and the public. The individual will have the opportunity to help the City continue to develop written operational procedures; as such, the ideal candidate must understand how to balance procurement best practices with operational efficiency.
Customer service both within and outside the organization will be a top priority. The Division Chief will be an innovative and creative problem solver, very analytical, and always looking for ways to improve operations and internal controls while reducing costs. Good judgment and common sense are essential. The ideal candidate will be an excellent day-to-day manager who can keep operations running smoothly while also taking time to consider the future, and will excel at bringing out the best in people, recognizing and mentoring talent, and creating an environment of collaboration and partnership.

Salary negotiable within the range ($72,399 - $115,841) DOQ, plus stellar benefits package and excellent work/life balance. Open until filled; initial review of applications will begin March 26, 2018. Full details.

La Plata - Town Manager
Posted 2/16/18 – Open until filled

La Plata’s next Town Manager will join a hard-working and committed team of employees who deliver high quality services, work with an energetic and engaged Mayor and Council, and help the Council guide the Town into its vision for the future.

The Town Manager is the executive officer and head of the Town’s administrative branch. The Manager is responsible to the Mayor and the Council for the proper administration of all the Town’s affairs.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and at least five years’ progressively responsible experience in a local government, including three years’ supervision and/or executive level management (manager, assistant, or department director/assistant director).

Preferred qualifications: Master’s degree in public administration or a closely related field; strong human resources/employee relations, fiscal management, economic development, regional and intergovernmental expertise; ICMA-CM; and work in a full-service council-manager government.

Per Town Charter, residency within the Town is required for the Town Manager after appointment.

Salary range: $103,000 - $165,000, DOQ with an excellent benefit package that includes the Maryland state retirement and pension system and 100% Town-paid health insurance for employees and dependents.

Confidential applications accepted at thenovakconsultinggroup.com/jobs. First review of applications April 2, 2018.

Betterton - WWTP Operator/Maintenance Worker
Posted 2/9/18 – Open until filled

Essential Functions: Operate WWTP and WTP on weekdays and rotating weekends. Maintain daily records. Perform maintenance on pump stations and town streets. Plow snow and cut grass.
Required Education/Experience: HS Diploma or GED. Ability to lift 75 pounds. Clean driving record. Minimum one-year experience.
Preference will be given to those candidate with WWTP operator’s license, maintenance experience, and with CDL class B license.

Salary commensurate with experience. Full-time with benefits. Send resume to or drop off at Town Hall, 100 Main Street Betterton, MD.

Rockville - Community Planning and Development Services Director
Posted 2/9/18 – Open until filled

Rockville’s next Director of Community Planning and Development Services (CPDS) will join a high-performing organization in a community recently ranked as “the best place to live in Maryland.” This Director is responsible for the overall administration and implementation of all functions of the Department, including long-range community planning, development review, zoning administration and enforcement, historic preservation, redevelopment coordination, housing programs, and building construction codes. The Director reports to the City Manager, is a member of the senior management team, and actively participates in strategic planning efforts for the City.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in urban planning, public administration or a related field and minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible work in community planning, zoning or development review/permitting services working directly for a local government, plus at least three years in a supervisory or management position overseeing staff.

Visit thenovakconsultinggroup.com/jobs for full details. Open until filled with the first review of applications March 12, 2018.