Employment Opportunities

Capitol Heights - Property Standards Authority Inspector
Posted 9/14/18 – Closes 9/30/18

Positions in this classification provide work support for the Neighborhood Services Director and over the department functions. Ensures Performs work under the general supervision of the Neighborhood Services Director. All PSA employees are considered critical and essential and are required to participate in the Department's Snow and Ice Control Program, during natural or manmade disasters and during other special operations as assigned. Essential employees are expected to report to work or remain at work when others are granted Administrative Leave. Starting rate is $30,000-$32,000. Full details.

Delmar - Wastewater Operator
Posted 9/14/18 – Closes 10/1/18

Delmar Wastewater Treatment Facility – Accepting applications for entry level full-time Wastewater (WW) Operator. Preferred:  Some WW experience; DE or MD WW License; WW Certificate for passing WW Classes; and CDL.  The WW Operator will be responsible for assisting Lead Operators in all facets of the WW operations.

Submit application and resume’ to Delmar Town Hall, 100 S. Pennsylvania Avenue, Delmar, MD, 21875 until 4:00 p.m. Monday, October 1, 2018.  No phone calls.  Salary based on experience. EOE. Full details.

Frederick – Housing Counselor
Posted 9/14/18 – Closes 9/26/18

The primary responsibility of the Housing Counselor is to provide comprehensive housing counseling services to families and/or individuals who are in need of pre-purchase, post-purchase, default, foreclosure, rental, or reverse mortgage counseling. Duties of the Housing Counselor include: coordinating all aspects of service delivery to clients; assisting homeowners in applying for loss mitigation options through their lender; providing homebuyer education; performing budget and credit counseling; assisting clients to access affordable mortgage products and financial assistance for down-payments and closing costs; providing reverse mortgage counseling; and providing outreach services as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Full details.

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

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

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

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

Trappe - Public Works, Water and Wastewater Apprentice
Posted 9/14/18 – 9/24/18

The Town of Trappe is soliciting applications for the full-time position of Public Works, Water and Wastewater Apprentice.  This position involves the day-to-day operation and maintenance of 1) the public water system, 2) the wastewater treatment system, 3) routine maintenance of the Town streets, parks and equipment and 4) all grass cutting of Town owned properties.  Applicants must possess, at a minimum, a valid Maryland driver’s license, a high school diploma or equivalent and either possess or have the ability to immediately apply for a temporary Maryland Water 1 and Wastewater 5A certification.  Basic maintenance and troubleshooting skills with mechanical, electrical and piping systems are preferred.  This position requires working rotating weekends, some holidays and being on call on a rotating schedule.    Resumes and/or a completed application will be accepted until September 24, 2018 at the Trappe Town Office.  Packages may be delivered in person or mail to Trappe Town Office, P.O. Box 162, 4011 Powell Avenue, Trappe, MD 21673 or faxed to (410) 443-0562.  For further information call (410) 443-0087.

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

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

Office of the Attorney General - Staff Attorney
Posted: 9/14/18 – Closes 9/27/18

The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants to serve as a contractual Staff Attorney to the Consumer Protection Division’s Home Builder and Home Builder Sales Representative Registration Unit. The Staff Attorney will represent the interests of the Consumer Protection Division with respect to the new home building industry and will be responsible for enforcing the home builder registration laws, including the laws governing home builders, home builder sales representatives and the guaranty fund, and responding to business and consumer inquiries.

The ideal candidate will have legal experience in administrative and new home construction laws. Admission to the Maryland Bar is required. Full details.

Office of Attorney General - Assistant Attorney
Posted 9/14/18 – Closes 9/25/18

The Office of Attorney General is seeking an attorney to serve as an Assistant Attorney General to the Maryland State Police. Primary responsibilities include litigation in federal and state courts, along with advice, counsel, and support to all bureaus of the Department, on a variety of matters including police operations, constitutional law, employment law, forensic sciences, criminal discovery, Public Information Act, procurement, etc. The litigation for the agency is primarily defending suits involving civil rights, intentional torts and motor vehicle torts.

The ideal candidate will have at least seven years of litigation experience (civil preferred), including jury trial experience, as well as strong writing and oral advocacy skills. Experience providing advice to a government agency is also preferred. Maryland and Federal Bar (District of Maryland) membership is required. Full details.

Office of the Attorney General - Assistant Attorney General
Posted – 9/14/18 – Closes 9/27/18

The Office of the Attorney General, Department of Information Technology (“DoIT”), is seeking applicants for an Assistant Attorney General.  Responsibilities for this position include supporting DoIT’s IT procurement activities, including review of requests for proposals, advice to DoIT’s procurement unit, handling any protests or contract claims that arise as a result of a procurement or under a State contract (including litigation of those matters), advice during the term of procurement contracts and oversight of IT procurements by other State agencies. The AAG is also responsible for drafting and review of MOU’s, performing legal research, writing legal memoranda and pleadings, drafting advice memorandum, and providing advice on a range of matters related to DoIT’s activities.

The ideal candidate will have at least five years of legal experience and familiarity with State procurement law. The ability to handle personnel issues is desirable. Maryland Bar membership is required. Full details.

The Office of the Attorney General - Assistant Attorney General
Posted 9/14/18 – Closes 9/27/18

The Office of the Attorney General, Department of Environment (“Department”) is seeking applicants for an Assistant Attorney General to represent the Department. This position serves as counsel to the Water and Science Administration. Position responsibilities include legal and regulatory advice, and litigation before state, federal, and appellate courts, as well as administrative agencies.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of five years of legal experience and excellent writing skills. Admission to the Maryland Bar is required. A background in environmental law with a focus on water pollution and wetlands is highly desirable. Full details.

The Office of the Attorney General - Assistant Attorney General
Posted 9/14/18 – Closes 10/1/18

The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants for an Assistant Attorney General position with the Maryland State Retirement and Pension System (“System”).  The System provides retirement and pension allowances and other benefits to more than 385,000 participants, including State employees, teachers, judges, law enforcement officers, legislators and employees of more than 100 participating governmental units in Maryland.

This position will provide legal advice and representation to the State Retirement Agency on all issues related to disability retirement benefits provided by the System.  The attorney will be involved in all stages of the disability claim and appeal process, including assisting and advising the Agency’s Disability Unit and the System’s Medical Board, representing the System at Administrative Hearings before the Office of Administrative Hearings, and representing the System in judicial review proceedings in the Maryland circuit courts, Court of Special Appeals, and Court of Appeals.  This position may also provide advice and representation on other issues related to the administration of pension benefits to participants of the System. This position is shared between two attorneys each working 50% time (20 hours per  week). Full details.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Cottage City – Town Manager
Posted 9/7/18 – Closes 10/5/18

Cottage City, a diverse town of 1300 people located in Prince George’s County on the border of Washington, DC, is looking for a qualified person to serve as its Town Manager.

The applicant should have education and experience in public/municipal administration. He or she should be a self-starter, able to handle challenging situations that arise professionally, and with diligence, creativity and patience.
Under the supervision of the Cottage City Commission, with direct reporting to the Commission Chair, the Town Manager will have primary responsibility for management and oversight in the areas of HR, police relations, public works and street maintenance, technology, operations, office management, procurement, and contracts for Cottage City. It is expected that this person will work closely with the town attorney and town treasurer.

Salary range $65,000-$80,000, with benefits. Full details. Candidates should, no later than October 5, 2018, submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample, salary requirements, and a list of references to the Cottage City Office Manager at: townhall@cottagecitymd.gov

Caroline County - EMT-B
Posted 9/7/18 – Closes 9/17/18

The Department of Emergency Services is responsible for providing advanced Emergency Medical Services (EMS), emergency planning and coordination for County government, and emergency communications, including 911 dispatch, police communications for the Sheriff’s Office and four town police departments, and fire and rescue communications for nine volunteer fire companies. Visit our Department page for more information.

About the Job: EMT-B Full-time and part-time. This is skilled specialized work as a Maryland Certified Emergency Medical Technician. Full details.

Requirements: Must be a high school graduate and possess a minimum NREMT certification at time of interview and meet other minimum requirements in the BLS job classification. Six months experience preferred. Applicants must also have a Maryland Class “C” driver’s license. If candidate is not licensed within the state of Maryland it must be obtained within 30 days of employment.

Caroline County - Paramedic/CRT-I
Posted 9/7/18 – Closes 9/17/18

The Department of Emergency Services is responsible for providing advanced Emergency Medical Services (EMS), emergency planning and coordination for County government, and emergency communications, including 911 dispatch, police communications for the Sheriff’s Office and four town police departments, and fire and rescue communications for nine volunteer fire companies.

About the Job: Full and part-time Paramedic or CRT-I. This is skilled specialized work as a Maryland License Paramedic or CRT-I. Full details.

Requirements: Must be a high school graduate and be a Maryland Licensed National Registered EMT-I or Paramedic. Six months experience preferred. Applicants must also have a Maryland Class “C” driver’s license. If candidate is not licensed within the state of Maryland, a Maryland CRT-I or Paramedic license must be obtained within 30 days of employment.

Caroline County - Public Safety Dispatcher
Posted 9/7/18 – Closes 9/17/18

The Department of Emergency Services is responsible for providing advanced Emergency Medical Services (EMS), emergency planning and coordination for County government, and emergency communications, including 911 dispatch, police communications for the Sheriff’s Office and four town police departments, and fire and rescue communications for nine volunteer fire companies. Visit our Department page for more information.

About the Job: Full-time Public Safety Dispatcher. This is specialized work in receiving, assisting and dispatching emergency medical, fire and police units. Work is performed on rotating shifts, 365 days a year, in the County’s 911 Emergency Communications Center. The incumbent also receives calls and requests for non-emergency matters during non-business hours for other county agencies. An employee in this class works with direct and indirect supervision from a designated supervisor or telecommunicator. Full details.

Requirements: EMD (Emergency Medical Dispatch), EFD (Emergency Fire Dispatch), EPD (Emergency Police Dispatch) and NCIC certification preferred. Knowledge of CAD systems and 700mhz radio system. Some knowledge of Caroline County. Must be able to speak clearly and read maps. HS Graduate or GED required.

Talbot County - Public Information Officer
Posted 9/7/18 – Closes 9/21/18

Talbot County, Maryland is accepting applications for a part-time Public Information Officer. This part-time position reports to the County Manager and acts as the primary information liaison between the County Council and the public, including news media and citizens. PIO also handles special projects as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: B.A. in Public Relations, Communications or a related field and a minimum of 4 years in Public Relations, Communication or a related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience. PIO may be required to report to or remain on duty over weekends, holidays or when County offices are closed due to inclement weather or for other reasons. Salary DOQ. For full position description and requirements, visit our website. To apply, please submit resume with cover letter, job history, salary requirements and 3 professional references to: Employment Applications, Talbot County Government, 11 N. Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601 or email to applications@talbotcountymd.gov. For best consideration, apply by September 21, 2018. Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Office of the Attorney General - Assistant Attorney General
Posted 9/7/18 – Closes 9/19/18

The part-time Assistant Attorney General will represent the Maryland State Library Agency and the State Library Board and its employees. The duties will include handling all procurement and all personnel issues including employee discipline, termination, discrimination claims, and all litigation related thereto. The Assistant Attorney General will provide legal advice on the State Library budget process; approval of County library capital projects, grant management, gifts and other federal and State appropriations. The Assistant Attorney General will advise on the promulgation of regulations, Public Information Act requests, Open Meeting laws, and appeals to the State Library Board. Full details.

Office of the Attorney General - Assistant Attorney General
Posted 9/7/18 – Closes 9/26/18

The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants for an Assistant Attorney General position at the Subsequent Injury Fund. The successful candidate will provide legal advice and representation to the Subsequent Injury Fund. Responsibilities include, but not limited to, representation of the Fund before the Workers= Compensation Commission and various circuit courts of Maryland and interpretation of the law pertaining to the Subsequent Injury Fund and its application to the claims of injured workers in Maryland. Position carries a heavy trial load and State-wide travel is required. Full details.

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

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

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

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

St. Mary’s County - Senior Program Manager
Posted 8/30/18 – Closes 9/26/18

Working with supporting staff and consultants, develops and administers the program to satisfy the St. Mary’s County MS/4 permit commitments and requirements. Maintains the GIS data base of county stormwater facilities and works with inspection agencies and county staff to meet the requirements of the MS-4 Program. Through coordination with the Department of Land use and Growth Management, work to satisfy the County’s requirements under the Watershed Improvement Program and other regulations and guidance on stormwater quality and quantity. To develop and implement that program, interprets state and federal regulations, provides input into reviews of subdivision and site plan development, and capital improvement project plans, with particular emphasis on stormwater management, drainage, grading, and road plan elements. Investigates and responds to citizen, elected official, and developer requests. Provides input into the implementation of the County’s Capital Improvement Program for the Department of Public Works & Transportation to include buildings, roads, marine and other public facilities; performs design and project management, develops cash flow projections and project schedules; performs other duties as assigned. Full details.

St. Mary’s County - Deputy Director
Posted 8/30/18 – Closes 9/26/18

Assists the Director in coordinating, directing, and assessing the work of department staff to facilitate the achievement of departmental goals and objectives; works under the general direction of the Department Director with latitude for independent action and judgment and is evaluated on the contribution to the efficiency of the Department and the effectiveness of program goals and objectives; performs other duties as assigned. Full details.

St. Mary’s County - Project Manager
Posted 8/30/18 – Closes 9/26/18

JOB SUMMARY: Manages projects in the implementation of the County’s architectural and engineering Capital Improvement Program for the Department of Public Works & Transportation; including buildings, roads, marine, drainage, airport improvements, and other public facilities; ensuring that all assigned projects are designed and constructed in accordance with all relevant standards, to budget and schedule. Investigates and responds to citizen, elected official, and developer requests; performs other duties as assigned. The applicant can have expertise in civil engineering or facility projects, although experience in both would be considered a positive factor in the selection process. Performs other duties as assigned. Full details.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Riverdale Park - Assistant Chief of Police
Posted 8/22/18 – Open until filled

This is an executive-level position within the Police Department and the position reports directly to the Chief of Police. The Assistant Chief of Police serves as the daily operations commander with supervisory oversight of the Patrol and Criminal Investigation Commanders and the Professional Standards operation. The position is a salaried and FLSA exempt position.

The behavioral competencies that the candidate must demonstrate include, but are not limited to, integrity, accountability, adaptability, and service commitment. The candidate must be a visionary with a proven record of initiative and sound decision-making. This is a sworn-officer position.

The ideal candidate will be seeking a long-term career opportunity and has a minimum of five (5) years senior-level command experience with a full-service law enforcement agency. Command experience with a police agency within the State of Maryland is preferred. Demonstrated experience with the administrative and operations components of a police department is strongly preferred. Experience and training may substitute for formal education. However, a Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public administration or a related field is preferred, and a Master’s degree is strongly desired. The successful candidate must have, or have the ability to obtain, certification by the Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission within 6 months of employment and must have a valid driver’s license. Bi-lingual, English/Spanish verbal and written communications skills are a plus. The candidate must successfully pass an in-depth background investigation. Full details.

Riverdale Park - Director, Public Projects and Services
Posted 8/22/18 – Open until filled

This is a senior-level management and administrative position. The incumbent serves as a member of the Town’s staff leadership team and the manager of the Public Works Department. The position leads the Department in all areas of assigned service delivery; and researches, plans, coordinates, and executes the delivery of all Capital Improvement Projects and the capital acquisitions within the Department. Incumbent must be available for emergency response as may be required. This position reports to the Town Manager. The position is a salaried and FLSA exempt position.

The core qualifications that the successful candidate must demonstrate within the context of public projects and services include, but are not limited to, leading change, leading people, results driven, business acumen, and building coalitions. Equivalent experience will be considered. The candidate must be a visionary with a proven record of initiative and sound decision-making.

The ideal candidate will be seeking a long-term career opportunity and has demonstrated successful experience in leading public projects and services. A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, public administration, urban planning, or related field is required. An advanced degree is preferred. A combination of education and experience may be considered. Demonstrated experience must include at least three (3) years in a leadership role which required management of technical, administrative, and direct-labor staff or equivalents. Municipal experience in public works or public projects is preferred. Project management, infrastructure maintenance, project finance, grant/contract management experience is strongly desired. Full details.

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

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

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

Charles County - Chief of Environmental Resources
Posted 8/22/18 - Open until filled

Manages Environmental Resources Division. Performs supervisory and technical solid waste management. The work involves managing all aspects of the County's solid waste disposal, recycling, litter control, and waste reduction. Overall goals are determined and the worker executes the specific tasks and assignments to be performed, independently handling new, unusual problems and deviations encountered in the work. Full details.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Garrett Park - Town Manager
Posted 7/27/18 – Open until filled

The Town of Garrett Park is seeking a new Town Manager. The Town Manager reports directly to the Mayor and serves as the chief financial officer and the Clerk-Treasurer, as defined in the Town Charter. The Town Manager runs the day-to-day operations and supervises Town staff members. Working under the direct supervision of the Mayor, the Town Manager develops the budget, manages the Town’s finances, administers Town contracts, and assists with municipal elections. He or she also makes recommendations on various Town matters for consideration and possible action by the Town Council, and represents the Town at meetings and conferences as directed.

Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree and progressively responsible government experience. Preferred qualifications: Master’s degree, local government experience, supervisory experience, project management, grants management, and oversight of a budget, finances, and/or a capital improvement plan (CIP).

There is no residency requirement. Salary range is $95,000 – 125,000 DOQ plus an excellent benefits package. Confidential applications will be accepted electronically by The Novak Consulting Group at thenovakconsultinggroup.com/jobs. Open until filled with first review of applications September 14, 2018.

Anne Arundel County - Assistant Planning and Zoning Officer
Posted 7/27/18 – Open until filled

This posting will be used to fill a full-time, appointed, exempt position in the Office of Planning and Zoning that serves at the pleasure of the Planning and Zoning Officer.

The core functions of the Office of Planning and Zoning are to manage the growth and development of the County through its long-range planning programs, to review development projects, to ensure compliance with the County's subdivisions, site planning, and environmental regulations. In additional, the office administers and enforces the County's zoning code.

Work includes responsibility for assisting in planning, organizing, and directing the programs and activities of the Office of Planning and Zoning. Work also includes the research, coordination, preparation, review, and evaluation of operating and capital budget requirements and of reports of findings to the Planning and Zoning Officer. Supervision is exercised directly or through subordinate supervisors. Work is performed with considerable latitude for independent initiative and judgment under the administrative direction of the Planning and Zoning Officer, and is reviewed through conferences and reports.

Salary range is $83,077 - $148,335. Full details. Email questions to recruiter@aacounty.org

Talbot County - Environmental Manager
Posted 7/27/18 – Open until filled

Talbot County Department of Public Works is seeking a full-time Environmental Manager for the Talbot County Sanitary District and Bio-Solids Facility. Position manages Maryland Licensed Operators and is responsible for complying with all federal and state environmental regulations and responding to emergencies as they arise. The Environmental Manager must maintain a Class V License in Wastewater Treatment. Minimum Qualifications: Completion of a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering at an accredited college or university preferred, a minimum of three years working experience in sanitary engineering and management, and an understanding of the Clean Water Act; OR possession of a permanent Maryland Board of Waterworks and Waste Systems Class V wastewater operator’s certification (or ability to obtain within six (6) months), and an understanding of the Clean Water Act. Full position description with required skills, experience and duties may be found on the County’s website at www.talbotcountymd.gov. Salary range $70,490 to $80,224, DOQ, plus full employee benefits. For best consideration, submit cover letter, resume and three professional references as soon as possible to: Employment Applications, Talbot County Courthouse, 11 N. Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601 or email to applications@talbotcountymd.gov. EOE.

Aberdeen – Program Manager
Posted 7/20/18 – Open until filled

Provides programmatic oversight for the City’s contract of water and wastewater services with Aberdeen Proving Ground, and leads a small team in performing maintenance duties. Provides professional and technical direction related to the planning, design, construction and management for Capital Improvements projects to support APG’s mission.

B.S. preferred, and experience involving public works related to water production, water distribution, waste water collection, waste water treatment. Engineering experience is a plus. Must possess a valid driver’s license, and qualify and maintain clearance to access all facilities as it relates to the execution of the contract. A Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification is highly desirable for this position.

Salary up to the mid-90’s (Based on Qualifications). We offer an excellent benefits package including paid holidays/vacations, medical, dental, vision, retirement and savings plans. For additional details and to apply visit aberdeenmd.gov. EOE.

Cottage City and Colmar Manor – Joint Town Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 7/20/18 – Open until filled

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 salary of $45,000 and full benefit package. Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and references to codeofficer2018@gmail.com or to The Town of Cottage City, 3820 40th Ave. Cottage City, MD 20722, ATTN: Dylan Galloway. Full details.

Caroline County - Program Leaders
Posted 7/13/18 – Open until filled

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

Positions located in afterschool programs at schools in Caroline County. Instructional interest/experience in math/reading and sports/fitness, science, arts/crafts, cooking. Between 9-11 hours per week, M-Th after school hours.
Salary is $12-$22 per hour based on experience/education level.

Submit completed applications to: Caroline County Office of Human Resources, 103 Gay Street, Suite 1, Denton, MD 21629. Applications available from this address or call 410-479-4105 to receive by fax or email. Applications can also be downloaded here. Download to desktop; save as document and email to:

Glenarden - City Manager
Posted 7/9/18 – Open until filled

The City of Glenarden is interested in adding to its team a highly skilled professional to operate as City Manager. The applicant must have significant management and municipal government experience. As chief administrative officer of the city, strong leadership and personnel skills are required to provide direction for the government's five departments. You must be efficient, effective and accountable for all city resources and responsive to the needs of the citizenry. We are looking for a person who has strong organizational and project management skills. The position reports to the Mayor and City Council and is critical to assisting the city officials in their policy making roles. Amongst other duties your responsibility will include general and specific reporting, attending regular meetings, and assisting in the preparation and oversight of the city budget. If this position is of interest to you, please forward your resume to Councilclerk@cityofglenarden.org.

Havre de Grace - Director of Public Works
Posted 7/6/18 – Open until filled

The City of Havre de Grace is seeking employment applications for a contractual Director of Public Works position. In addition to those duties described in the City Charter by Ordinance, the Director of Public Works, under the direction of the Mayor, performs duties to promote the efficient administration of City affairs as related to the department of Public Works. The Director is responsible for the full range of supervisory, managerial, and professional activities associated with the daily operations and activities of the Department. Job functions include but are not limited to:

• Responsible for all matters relating to the maintenance and operation of the City physical environments including but not limited to streets, water, wastewater, sanitation, and City facilities along with related capital assets, construction management, maintenance, and operation of the physical properties of the City.
• Setting and implementing departmental policies
• Developing and measuring accomplishments of short and long-term goals
• Developing and achieving departmental costs and capital budgets
• Developing bids, evaluating proposals, and overseeing construction projects
• Managing the daily operations and staff for the department
• Develops and executes departmental budget and annual planning documents
• Meets with elected or appointed officials of the City as required, attends and participates in meetings and conferences with counterparts in other municipalities, counties, and at the State and Federal level
• Review engineering plans for roads, water and sewer, storm water management, and sediment and erosion control
• Performs other duties as assigned

Applications and full details are available at City Hall, 711 Pennington Avenue, Havre de Grace, MD and on the City’s Website www.havredegracemd.com.

WSSC - Senior Manager, Accounting
Posted 7/6/18 – Open until filled

The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) is one of the nation’s largest water and wastewater utilities, serving commercial and residential customers in suburban Washington, DC. Headquartered in Laurel, MD, WSSC is a 100-year old organization that prides itself on serving our customers and surrounding communities with excellence.

WSSC seeks an experienced Sr. Accounting Manager to direct advanced professional accounting and analysis of a varied nature, manage the work of professional accountants and functional implementers and coordinate financial system (general ledger, assets and A/R) activities and sub-system interfaces to the general ledger. Salary is $101,867 - $155,506.

To learn more about this vacancy (18-0203) and apply, please visit our Careers page at wsscwater.peopleadmin.com. EOE/M/D/V

Frederick – Sports Turf Crewleader
Posted 6/22/18 – Open until filled

Under general direction of the Parks Superintendent, leads, trains, schedules, and coordinates work of individual employees and maintenance crews performing a variety of operations projects and general maintenance tasks in park areas specifically related to sports fields and athletic areas. Main responsibilities are to perform routine and specialized duties primarily related to: field preparations, turf management, chemical and fertilizer application, irrigation, etc. The Sports Turf Crew Leader will desire to be part of an organization that values service, people, integrity, responsibility, innovation and teamwork.

The jobholder is designated as an “Essential Employee”— meaning s/he is required to work when City office closing is authorized. The designation of “essential” can depend upon the employees’ duties, as well as the circumstances for the closing and generally apply to employees who, by virtue of their job descriptions, provide services which are essential for the health, welfare and safety of the residents and the public in The City of Frederick. Full details.

Hyattsville – Code Compliance Inspector
Posted 6/22/18 – Open until filled

This position includes inspections within the City for its residential properties/dwelling units and businesses for compliance with Hyattsville City codes, applicable Prince George's County, and State of Maryland laws, as well as adherence to plans, specifications and safety regulations. Inspectors are required to conduct inspections to determine that buildings, or any other structures and land usage, are in conformity with land use and safety regulations. Incumbents also issue permits and licenses for various activities subject to local law. This position's regular working hours are weekday evenings and weekends, working under the direct supervision of the Code & Parking Compliance Manager. Full details.

Capitol Heights- Administrative Assistant
Posted 6/1/18 - Open until filled

This is an administrative position that provides extensive staff assistance and effective administrative support to the Neighborhood Services Division. Primary duties include preparing invoices, reports, memos, letters, financial statements and other documents, using word processing, spreadsheet, database, or presentation software. Answer phone calls and direct calls to appropriate parties or take messages, conduct research, compile data, and prepare papers for consideration and presentation by executives, committees and board directors, attend meetings with supervisors and other staff support members.

Must have experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher. Candidates are required to type at least 40wpm.General knowledge of the layout and streets of the town and the locations of frequently scheduled events throughout the town preferred.

Candidates must have a High School Diploma. Candidates must have a valid Driver’s License. Applicants must have a clean driving record for at least twelve (12) consecutive months, and be able to pass a criminal background check and drug test.

Submit résumé, cover letter, and references to vdrummond@capitolheightsmd.com

Federalsburg - Chief of Police
Posted 6/1/18 – Open until filled

The Mayor and Council of Federalsburg is currently accepting applications for a Chief of Police of the Federalsburg Police Department. The Town is looking for someone who is results oriented, has a great attitude, has a passion for public service and wants to work in a team environment with the Mayor and Council, the Town Manager, the police officers in the Department, and other town staff. The successful candidate will have excellent leadership and decision-making skills, will show fairness to all people, will be proficient in writing reports and handling paperwork. The candidate must be willing to work shift work, nights, weekends and holidays as needed.

Minimum qualifications: Candidates should be Maryland Police Training Commission (MPCTC) certified; must be a US citizen; have a high school diploma and preferably a two-year degree in criminal justice; at least 5 years administrative and senior command experience in law enforcement; and must possess a valid Maryland driver’s license. The Town offers a competitive salary and a generous benefit package including Maryland State Retirement. Please send resumes to The Federalsburg Town Office, Attn: Shirley Greene, Town Manager 118 N. Main Street, P.O. Box 471, Federalsburg, MD 21632 by June 25, 2018. Any questions can be directed to Shirley Greene, Town Manager, at 410-754-8173 or shirley@federalsburg.org.