Employment Opportunities

Edmonston - Maryland Certified Police Officers

Posted 1/11/19 – Open until filled

The Edmonston Police Department is excepting applications and resumes for Maryland Certified Police Officers to join our agency.

We offer an excellent benefit package including Maryland State Retirement Defined Pension Plan, Health Insurance, paid holidays, a take-home vehicle and a competitive salary.

The Selection process will include: A formal interview, an extensive background investigation, contingent offer of employment, a polygraph examination, a psychological examination, a pre-employment physical examination, and a drug test and any other required testing that is set by the Maryland Police Training Standards Commission (MPTSC) and State laws and Town Codes.

If you are interested email your resume to Deputy Chief Billy Sullivan at BSullivan@EdmonstonMD.Gov and you will receive a return email with the application package that you will need to complete and return the originals to Captain Sullivan by mail or deliver them to the Edmonston Police Department located at 5005 52nd Avenue, Edmonston, Maryland 20781.

Frederick – Automotive Mechanic

Posted 1/11/19 – Closes 1/23/19

The Tech II Automotive Mechanic in the Department of Public Works for The City of Frederick performs automotive maintenance on a wide range of vehicles and equipment within the City’s vehicle fleet. The incumbent performs intermediate, direct support, (and sometimes general support) level maintenance and repairs on equipment as prescribed in the equipment Technical Manuals (TM’s), checks and replaces batteries; rotates, repairs, and replaces tires; washes, polishes, and cleans interiors and exteriors of vehicles; adjusts brakes drains and flushes fluid systems as required. The Tech II Mechanic partners with other mechanics to repair and replace engines, cylinder heads, alternators, water pumps, radiators, transmissions, differential gear cases, and other vehicle components as required. This position is considered “essential personnel” and must be able to respond to emergencies outside normal business hours as necessary. Full details

Frederick - Water Safety Aide

Posted 1/11/19 – 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 1/11/19 – 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

Frostburg - City Administrator

Posted 1/12/19 – Closes 3/1/19

The City of Frostburg, Maryland is seeking qualified applicants for the position of City Administrator.  The position is the senior management officer for the City that has a combined operating and capital budget of over $11 million and 56 employees. Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration or Related Field. The successful candidate must have 5 to 7 years of experience in public sector employment or similar not-for-profit employment, including 3 to 5 years of experience as a senior manager or department director in a public agency. The candidate should have experience in human resources management, public agency budget preparation, capital projects management, and public agency requirements for open meeting meetings and records retention.  Applicants must submit a cover letter, detailed resume and at least 3 letters of reference to Mayor Robert Flanigan, P.O. Box 440, Frostburg, Maryland 21532.  Applications will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 1, 2019. More information is available at www.frostburgcity.org. Questions may be directed to jkirby@frostburgcity.org or 301-689-6000, Ext. 101.

Ocean City – Seasonal Workers

Posted 1/12/19 – Open until filled

Ocean City is hiring bus drivers, tram drivers, and tram conductors.  For details contact Dianna Davis at 410-723-2174.

Caroline County - Long Range and Agricultural Planner

Posted 1/12/19 – Closes 1/23/19

About the Department: The Department of Planning and Codes was established in 1985 to administer county-wide planning and zoning. In addition to the administration, implementation and enforcement of a number of ordinances, regulations and codes (listed below), the Department also develops and implements county-wide plans, performs Alcoholic Beverage Licensing, and Excise Tax Assessment.

About the Job:  This is a professional position focused on Long range and agricultural planning. The position is responsible for assisting in the development and implementation of the Comprehensive Plan and other land use plans, provides support to Planning Commission and administers the County’s agricultural preservation programs.

Requirements: An Associate Degree in planning, agriculture or related field plus three years of work experience required.

Starting Salary: $41,490. Upon an employment offer, applicant must submit to substance abuse test and a complete criminal background check. EOE.

How to Apply: Submit completed application to the Caroline County Office of Human Resources, 103 Gay St., Ste. 1, Denton, MD 21629 or email to hrposting@carolinemd.org. Applications available from this address or call 410.479.4105 to receive by fax or email. www.carolinemd.org.

Frederick – Manager of Comprehensive Planning

Posted 1/4/19 – Closes 1/25/19

This is a professional position with the City of Frederick, Maryland responsible for administering the City of Frederick’s long range planning activities and overseeing the housing and community development efforts. This position requires broad and specific knowledge of community development, including State and Federal community development programs and regulations. It requires frequent contact with government officials, community groups and the general public, as well as serving as the key liaison to the community on the comprehensive and neighborhood planning efforts. This individual provides expertise on data collection techniques and land use/infrastructure analysis to City departments, citizen review boards, businesses, and residents. This individual will receive direct supervision from the Deputy Director for Planning and will supervise the professionals, paraprofessionals and office support staff in the Comprehensive Planning Division. Regular hours for this position are Monday through Friday from 8:00 until 5 p.m. with frequent work required after hours to attend public meetings. Full details.

Hyattsville – Crime Scene Investigator

Posted 1/4/19 – Closes 2/3/19

This civilian position is assigned to the Police Department Criminal Investigations Section and is responsible for the maintenance, storage, security and chain of custody for all property and evidence. This includes property seized as evidence to be used in criminal prosecution and/or laboratory analysis, lost, abandoned, or recovered property held for safe keeping. The incumbent is responsible for regular audits and disposal of property in accordance with City, State and Federal guidelines. The position also serves as the crime scene investigator and is responsible for processing crime scenes to include fingerprinting, photographing, sketching, and using evidence collection procedures and equipment. The incumbent will be responsible for testifying in court procedures and other duties as assigned. The incumbent will be responsible for adherence to all CALEA standards related to property and evidence. Full details.

Montgomery County - Treasury Business Process Manager

Posted 12/21/18 – Closes 1/14/19

The Department of Finance, Division of the Treasury, is looking for a candidate to fill the Treasury Business Process Manager (Manager III).  This Division is responsible for providing coordination and oversight of treasury operations and customer services through the cashiering function. All money received by the County is processed, administered, and recorded in a timely fashion in the County's accounting system. This program handles property, transfer and recordation, and excise taxes; fines and fees; and offers specific employee services, such as the fare media pass.
 
This position oversees the billing and collection of all property taxes, supervising both the Billing Manager and the Collections Manager. This position also oversees the Cashiering and Accounting operations and is the manager for the supervisors in these areas. The position is the Treasury lead on all technical (IT) issues and must be equally conversant on both the business (functional) and technical (IT) sides of the many software systems that are used only in Treasury. The position also develops all business operation policies related to these areas and oversees the implementation of them. The position also acts as a business advisor for other Treasury sections, as well as other parts of Finance and other Departments. Finally, the position manages the external printing contract, which is responsible for printing property tax bills (funding almost half of the County budget).
 
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Read the full job description under the “General Professional”  Job Category. The requisition number is IRC35383.

Chevy Chase - Administrative Assistant

Posted 12/14/18 - Open Until Filled

The Town of Chevy Chase is seeking a skilled Administrative Assistant responsible for assisting the Town Manager with administrative duties and providing administrative support to the Town Council and Town committees.  The position requires a high degree of interaction with residents, elected officials, and contractors.  Resumes from interested candidates should be submitted to townoffice@townofchevychase.org.  This is a full time position with excellent benefits.  The Town of Chevy Chase is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Hyattsville – Driver CDL

Posted 12/14/18 – Open until filled

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

Charles County - Engineer IV

Posted 12/14/18 – Closes 2/13/19

Charles County Government is hiring an Engineer IV in the Planning & Growth Management Department. This position is responsible for the development and oversight of the technical engineering team for Water and Sewer Infrastructure Planning and design. Performs supervisory civil engineering and related work for the County. The work involves the application of civil engineering principles, project management, permit compliance and concept development for developer infrastructure and/or capital improvement projects. Position is assigned responsibility for major functional areas 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. With a salary range of $71,654 - $113,939 annually, the requirements for this position are: Bachelor's degree in civil engineering; Five years of progressively responsible engineering experience; Maryland Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) required. This job is open until filled with a best consideration date of: February 13, 2019. To learn more and apply visit: https://bit.ly/2mbAIAI

Greenbelt - Animal Control Supervisor

Posted 12/7/18 – Open until filled

The Supervisor of Animal Control oversees the City’s Animal Control Shelter and Program.  Determines and establishes goals and objectives necessary for the effective and humane conduct of animal control operations.  Plans, prioritizes, assigns, supervises and evaluates the work of staff involved in the enforcement of ordinances governing the care and keeping of domestic animals.  Performs all Animal Control Officer’s duties, including cleaning cages/runs and monitoring of animals.  Oversees the proper maintenance of Animal Services case files, permits and licensing records.  Minimum Qualifications:  Equivalent of an Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in animal science, public administration, business administration, planning, public policy, law enforcement or a closely related field.  Minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience and increasingly knowledgeable professional experience in animal services, regulatory compliance/enforcement, law enforcement, military or related field.  At least 2 years of responsible experience in a supervisory or lead worker position.  Any combination of education, training and/or experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying.  Must have a valid driver’s license and National Animal Control & Humane Officer Academy (NACHO) Modules A and B to obtain NACA Certification.  The City provides a generous fringe benefit package including medical, dental, life and retirement plans.  To fill out an application and review our benefits summary, log onto www.greenbeltmd.gov.  Salary Range - $56,888 - $66,913. Full-time with benefits. A City of Greenbelt application is required.  

Riverdale Park - Neighborhood Improvement Specialist II

Posted 12/7/18 – Open until filled

The Position: Under general supervision, this is an intermediate position that involves inspections, community engagement, problem-solving, and enforcement of the Town's community standards. The community standards, commonly referred to as codes, apply to all residential and commercial properties, establish minimum requirements for the upkeep of properties, as well as technical requirements in the built environment. As part of the ODS Team, the Neighborhood Improvement Specialist II, is tasked with improving neighborhood quality of life, improving safety in the built environment, and encouraging active participation in neighborhood redevelopment. Most of the time is spent in the field; having daily contact with property and business owners, tenants, community stakeholders, and neighborhood groups. The position requires managing an active caseload; negotiating improvement plans; ensuring timely follow-up; abatement of deficiencies; and encouraging participation in neighborhood improvement. Depending on qualifications, this position may be filled as a Neighborhood Improvement Specialist III.

Compensation: The starting salary range is $49,442 to $55,640; depending on qualifications. The Town offers competitive health care benefits, leave package, and excellent retirement plan options. In addition to base pay, the Town offers $2,080 per year for bilingual speaking and writing English-Spanish skills. Full details.

WSSC - Chief Procurement Officer

Posted 12/7/18 -  Open until filled

The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) seeks an experienced Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) to oversee WSSC’s procurement function as the Commission’s primary contracting officer; developing and leading the enterprise-wide supply chain management initiative.

Working with the senior leadership and other internal customers, the CPO leads the implementation of strategic supply chain initiatives that provide value, increase efficiency and effectiveness to manage the total cost of operations. The CPO works with internal and external stakeholders to develop, maintain, revise and communicate supply chain strategy and tactics, overall policies, guiding principles, plans, practices, tools and performance measures and targets that ensure achievement of WSSC customer service, procurement value and cost management objectives in alignment with the WSSC vision, mission and strategic plan. Salary Range: $137,714 - $206,622. Vacancy 19-0085. Full details.

WSSC - Chief Engineering/Director of Engineering

Posted 12/7/18 - Open until filled

WSSC is one of the nation’s largest water and resource recovery utilities. Headquartered in Laurel, MD, we serve over 1.8 million commercial and residential customers in suburban Maryland. We are actively seeking a Chief Engineer/Director of Engineering to help us tackle the infrastructure engineering challenges we face as we continue to build and improve our pipelines and assets.

The Chief Engineer directs and manages the Engineering & Construction Department of WSSC. This role is responsible for overseeing department functions that include facility design & construction, regulatory services, pipeline design & construction, process control, planning, development services & environmental engineering.

The Chief Engineer also sets the vision and strategy to guide our professionals in our challenging engineering work. The Chief Engineer sparks innovation and creativity, motivating teams to do their very best. Salary Range: $151,516 - $227,326.
Vacancy 19-0088. Full details.

Hyattsville – City Planner

Posted 11/30/18 – Open until filled

This position is primarily responsible for evaluating proposed development projects, assist in community planning efforts, preparation of land use planning policies and procedures, and coordination with Senior staff, City and County officials, residents, regional planning staff and developers. This position reports to the Director of Community & Economic Development

The work requires an in-depth knowledge of basic principles of community and urban planning, land use and zoning, familiarity with the Prince George’s County General Plan and Zoning Ordinance and municipal government functions.

Responsibilities will include the preparation of written and graphic reports on various planning matters; review of zoning, variance, permit, subdivision, design review, and other similar planning related applications. This position provides technical support to the City, makes oral presentations, performs site inspections, collaborates with other city departments, assists with community planning efforts, responds to requests for information at the public counter, and performs other duties as assigned. This position will be responsible for oversight of programming to include the City’s GIS program, community development and related programming. Full details.

Hyattsville – Mechanic II

Posted 11/30/18 – Open until filled

This is skilled work in the maintenance and repair of gasoline and diesel engine powered equipment for the City of Hyattsville, Department of Public Works.

The Mechanic II in the Fleet Maintenance Division performs a variety of skilled work in the maintenance and repair of gasoline and diesel engine powered equipment. The work ranges from minor repair to overhaul of equipment to include mowers, saws, passenger cars, trucks, tractors, loaders, compressors, pumps and other heavy construction equipment. The work involves welding and machine shop operations. Full details.

Charles County – Director of Human Resources

Posted 11/30/18 – Open until filled

Performs human resources (HR) executive management work in directing the County's HR programs. The work involves developing, implementing and directing recruitment and retention, the progressive discipline process, the position classification program, the performance management program, wage and pay program, health and welfare programs
which includes self-insured health plans and retiree health insurance, two different 401(a) pension plans, training, customer service, tuition reimbursement and employee relations, legal and EEOC issues and the grievance policy. This is a working manager position. Work is performed under broad administrative direction, with the employee responsible for determining work plans, methods and procedures and guiding departmental activities to achieve required goals and objectives. Full details.  

Charles Country - Attorney

Posted 11/30/18 – Open until filled

Closes Works under the general supervision of the Commissioner President with guidance from the County Administrator.  Work involves planning and directing the activities of the county legal department including: representing and advising county officials, agencies, and boards on legal issues; negotiating and writing and/or reviewing contracts; researching and writing resolutions and legal opinions; and coordinating and monitoring legal services provided by outside counsel or other public agency counsel.  Position is appointed and serves at the pleasure of the Board of County Commissioners. Full details.  

Aberdeen – Main Street Coordinator

Posted 11/21/18 – Open until filled

We’re looking for an extraordinary individual who wants to help transform our downtown while having the potential to develop and build their own job.  This is a new part-time position through June 30, 2019, however, depending on success may turn into a full-time career opportunity. The hourly rate for this part-time position is $18.27.

The successful candidate will serve as Aberdeen’s primary action officer/POC for developing and implementing a Main Street program utilizing the “Five Point Approach”:  organization, promotion, design, economic vitality, and clean, safe, and green.

The goal is to promote activities within the downtown area of Aberdeen with the primary objective to bring economic and social activities to the area.  The right person will have good administrative skills since they will be responsible for developing the Maryland Main Street Program (MSP) and will represent the City and the MSP to stakeholders.
The position requires excellent verbal and written communication skills; business and marketing experience; social media and event planning skills, and financial management with strong organizational attributes.

Send a resume to: City of Aberdeen, 60 N. Parke Street, Aberdeen, MD 21001. Attn:  Human Resources Manager, thartman@aberdeenmd.gov 

Greenbelt - Director of Recreation

Posted 11/21/18 – Open until filled
 
The City of Greenbelt, a progressive and diverse community of 21,000, is looking for an energetic and creative leader for its award-winning Recreation Department after the retirement of its 30+ year director.  This position provides direction and vision for the department which has a budget of $5.9 million; 59 FTEs; operates an indoor/outdoor pool and fitness center, a 55,000 sq. ft. community center, two recreation centers and provides programming for all ages and interest.  Responsible for hiring, training, developing programming, planning and directing work, appraising performance and resolving problems.  Bachelor’s degree in Recreation or related field; Master’s degree preferable; and five to ten years of progressively related experience.  To view the job specification, benefits summary and to apply, log onto www.greenbeltmd.gov.  Salary low to mid $100,000. A City of Greenbelt application is required.  

Berwyn Heights - Public Information Aide

Posted 11/16/18 – Open until filled

The purpose of this position is to publicize the Town of Berwyn Heights, its events and activities to its residents and others in order to fully inform the community.

The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all- inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

1.    Assist with the production of Town Bulletin with attention to detail related to content, layout, photography, graphic design, to meet established deadlines.
2.    Maintains Bulletin editorial calendar including aligning future content with topics and special events, reoccurring events
3.    Maintain a routine review of the content on the Town of Berwyn Heights web page and social media platforms (Twitter and Facebook). All new content must be reviewed and approved by the Town Manager.
4.    Generate, edit, publish and share social media content that builds meaningful connections and builds community.
5.    Collaborate with other departments to manage reputation, identify key players and coordinate actions.
6.    Assist with planning, organizing, and documenting special events sponsored by Town.
7.    May serves as point of contact representing the Administration Department and the Town to the public.
8.    Assists with administrative and clerical tasks related to the Administration Department.
9.    Performs other duties as assigned.

Full details.

Berwyn Heights - Public Works Maintenance Worker II

Posted 11/16/18 – Open until filled

The purpose of this position is to perform semi-skilled maintenance work to support the functions of the Public Works Department. This includes manual labor as well as the use of hand tool and small equipment. Full details.  

The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

1.    Maintain city-owned grounds and landscaping by:
a.    mowing grass and raking leaves
b.    pruning trees, plants and shrubs
2.    Install and maintain park improvements such as playground equipment.
3.    Pick up refuse including household, yard waste, bulk items and recycling and transports for appropriate disposal.
4.    Performs street maintenance such as snow removal, spreading sand or salt, patching potholes and repairing curbs.
5.    Operates a variety of vehicles and equipment including dump trucks, jackhammers, tractors, small rollers, etc.
6.    Assists with maintenance of vehicles and public works equipment such as mowers, tractors, leaf vacuums, chainsaws 7.    Cleans and maintains buildings.

Berwyn Heights- Public Works Maintenance Worker III 

Posted 11/16/18 – Open until filled

The purpose of this position is to perform semi-skilled and skilled maintenance work to support the functions of the Public Works Department. This includes operating a variety of equipment used in the building, repair and maintenance of all types of city-owned property.

The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

1.    Operates a variety of heavy equipment requiring special licensing or skills including refuse vehicles, dump trucks, backhoe, front-end loaders, snow plows, etc.
2.    Maintains and repairs engines, machines and equipment associated with the public works operations by inspecting, planning repairs, requisitioning parts and performing necessary actions.
3.    Performs general electrical, structural and plumbing repairs.
4.    Maintain city-owned grounds and landscaping by:
a.    mowing grass and raking leaves
b.    pruning trees, plants and shrubs
5.    Install and maintain park improvements such as playground equipment.
6.    Pick up refuse including household, yard waste, bulk items and recycling and transports for appropriate disposal.
7.    Performs street maintenance such as snow removal, spreading sand or salt, patching potholes and repairing curbs.
8.    Operates a variety of vehicles and equipment including dump trucks, jackhammers, tractors, small rollers, etc.
9.    Assists with maintenance of vehicles and public works equipment such as mowers, tractors, leaf vacuums, chainsaws.

Full details.

Montgomery County – Section Chief, Facilities Management

Posted 11/16/18 – Open until filled

Montgomery County Government, Department of General Services, Division of Facilities Management (DFM), seeks a highly skilled and experienced Individual with strong analytical, critical thinking, supervisory and superior communication skills and who thrives in a fast-paced and challenging work environment, for the position of Deputy Chief of Facilities.

The successful applicant will be customer service oriented, have hands-on experience in project management across engineering and construction disciplines and be skilled in managing trades and craftsworker staff responsible for the maintenance of critical facility systems, decision-making under stressful circum- stances, setting priorities and schedules.

The candidate must possess a thorough knowledge of, and experience with, work order systems, performance measures and reports, building automation, technology used in facility management and engineering technology tools (CAD, BIM, etc.).

The successful applicant will be responsible for managing the Planned Lifecycle Asset Replacement program and other distinct and level-of-effort CIP projects. The Deputy Chief of Operations leads a team of thirteen employees including engineers, inspectors, and maintenance/renovations technicians performing a variety of projects at over 400 County (owned and leased) facilities. The Deputy Chief of Operations serves as the lead for the DFM project review process as it relates to CIP projects in design by the County and other external agencies, and includes routine coordination with other DGS design and construction professionals on standards and practices.

For full details  visit our website click on the “Search Jobs" tab, and then on the Job Search link. Read the full job description under the “Managerial Executive” Job Category. The requisition number is IRC34722.

Caroline County - Program Leaders

Posted 11/9/18 – 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. EOE

About the Job: Positions located in afterschool programs at schools in Caroline County. Instructional interest/experience in nutrition/cooking, math/reading, and sports/fitness, science and arts/crafts. Between 9-11 hours per week, M-Th after school hours. Upon an employment offer, applicants must submit to a substance abuse test and complete criminal background check. Salary is $12-$18 per hours based on experience/education level.
 
How to Apply:  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 and then save as document and email to: hrposting@carolinemd.org

New Carrollton – Van Driver

Posted 11/2/18 – Open until filled

The beautiful tree-lined City of New Carrollton is a residential community located in suburban Prince George’s County, approximately eight miles from Washington, DC.  New Carrollton has a diverse population of over 12,000 residents.
 
The City of New Carrollton is looking for a full-time Van Driver to provide transportation to senior citizens and individuals with disabilities.  Hourly rate starts at $17.67; however, pay commensurate with experience.  Candidates must possess a valid Driver’s License and have a clean driving record for at least twelve (12) consecutive months.  Applicants must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug test.  Prior experience transporting senior citizens and/or individuals with disabilities is required.  CPR/AED certification must be achieved within six (6) months of being hired.
Please visit our website and click Employment to apply.

Garrett Park – Maintenance Assistant

Posted 10/26/18 – Open until filled
 
Performs intermediate semiskilled and skilled work in a variety of facility maintenance assignments; does related work as required.  Work is performed under the general supervision of the Facilities Manager. General facility maintenance and repair activities including landscaping, carpentry, minor electrical, plumbing and mechanical maintenance, and general repair tasks. Adheres to all safety requirements.

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience as a semiskilled or skilled worker in general maintenance, and repair activities.

Knowledge of general maintenance, repair and manual tasks; knowledge of the use of common hand and specialized power tools; knowledge of the safe use and operation and preventive maintenance of electrical and mechanical equipment required in the work; skill in the use of equipment to which assigned; ability to perform manual labor for extended periods; ability to follow instructions; ability to maintain effective working relationships with associates and the public. Further details call (301) 933-7488.

Charles County – Engineer I

Posted 10/26/18 – Open until filled

Performs professional civil engineering and related work for the County. The work involves the application of civil engineering principles and concepts to infrastructure projects; positions work within defined areas such as preliminary engineering, building, development and subdivision reviews. Workers carry out assignments on own, follow through on matters, and use independent judgment and training to take appropriate actions to deal with standard recurring situations.

Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering. One year of engineering experience. Valid driver's license. Engineer in Training (EIT) Certificate preferred. Salary is $29.10 hourly, $56,743 annually. Open until filled with a best consideration date of December 1, 2018.

Anne Arundel County - Planning Assistant

Posted 10/19/18 – Open until filled

This posting will be used to fill contractual Planning Assistant positions in the Development Division of the Office of Planning and Zoning. The candidates for this professional position will be expected to perform entry to mid-level land planning and development review tasks.

The Planning Assistant will be responsible for performing or assisting in the review, evaluation and processing of residential, commercial and industrial subdivisions, development applications, building permits and grading permits for compliance with Anne Arundel County Code, Landscape, Forest Conservation, Critical Area and Town Center criteria.

The Development Division of the Office of Planning and Zoning is responsible for the review and approval of all commercial and residential minor and major subdivisions, residential and commercial grading permits, Site Development Plans, and major projects which support economic development and the Economic Development Corporation. The Division is responsible for enforcement of all environmental regulations during plan review processes. Additionally, the Development Division is responsible for the review, tracking and decision on all modifications to the subdivision regulations, modifications for permits being reviewed by the Division, and provides comments to the Zoning Division on most variance and special exception applications. Salary range is $50,000 to $75,000 annually. Full details.

Centreville – Utility Worker

Posted 10/12/18 – Open until filled

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

This 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. Starting salary is $13.68/hour with opportunity for growth.

Applications should be submitted via email to kebaugh@townofcentreville.org, by fax 410-758-4741 or mail to 101 Lawyers Row, Centreville, MD 21617. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. For further information, please contact Krystel Ebaugh, Human Resources Manager 410-758-1180 or visit the Town website. EOE.

Glenarden - Deputy Clerk to the Council

Posted 10/12/18 – Open until filled

The City of Glenarden City Council is presently accepting resumes for the part-time position of Deputy Clerk to the Council. The Deputy Clerk to the Council reports to the City Clerk to the Council and the Council President; and is responsible for the preservation of the official actions of the City Council through minutes, ordinances, and resolutions. The Deputy Clerk should have one to two years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience. Minimum of two-year Associate degree preferably in secretarial science or work equivalent. Excellent customer service skills. Demonstrated ability to work with confidential material. Some accounting knowledge. Working knowledge of computer and computer software skills including Microsoft Office Suite including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Ability to use copier, scanner, telephone, and fax machine.

Please submit your resume to James Herring at jherringward1@aol.com, Council Clerk at councilclerk@cityofglenarden.org and Deborah Eason at  deason@cityofglenarden.org. A full copy of the position description can be picked up from the James R. Cousins Jr. Municipal Center (Upper Level) at 8600 Glenarden Parkway, Glenarden MD, 20706.

Glenarden – Human  Resources Specialist

Posted 10/12/18 -  Open until filled

The City of Glenarden is presently accepting resumes for the part-time position of Human Resources Specialist. The Human Resources Specialist reports to the City Manager and the Council President; and is responsible for administering a variety of policies assisting employees in the areas of Personnel (advertising job positions, recruitment, processing applications, verifying employment/references and separation); Benefits (retirement/pension, health/life/disability insurance enrollment); Training; Employee job training, EEO/Sexual Harassment orientation; and employee OSHA education. Apprises the City Manager, City Treasurer and elected officials of changes in federal and State laws and regulations pertaining to employment-related matters.

The Human Resources Specialist should have two to three years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience. Minimum of Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution, with a major preferably in human resources management, urban planning, political science, business management or a related field. A Master's degree in public administration, business or urban planning is highly desired but not required.

Excellent customer service skills. Demonstrated ability to work with confidential material. Some accounting knowledge. Working knowledge of computer and computer software skills including Microsoft Office Suite including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Ability to use copier, scanner, telephone, and fax machine.

Please submit your resume to Eddie Tobias at etobias@cityofglenarden.org,  tjones@cityofglenarden.org and Deborah Eason at deason@cityofglenarden.org. A full copy of the position description can be picked up from the James R. Cousins Jr. Municipal Center (Upper Level) at 8600 Glenarden Parkway, Glenarden MD, 20706.

Laurel – Equipment Operator I

Posted 10/12/18 – Open until filled

An employee in this position operates a variety of light, heavy and special purpose maintenance and repair equipment. The employee is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of assigned vehicles and equipment. Performance of manual tasks in assigned work is required. The work is performed under the supervision and direction of an assigned supervisor. Full details.

Montgomery County - Manager III (Environmental Operations)

Posted 10/12/18 – Open until filled

The mission of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is to enhance the quality of life in our community by protecting and improving Montgomery County's air, water and land in a sustainable way while fostering smart growth, a thriving economy and healthy communities.  DEP is seeking a Manager III to lead the Northern Operations and Strategic Planning Section.  

The Manager III is responsible for the overall management of the following operations and functions:  Project Manager for the Agreements with the Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority (“Authority”) and Intergovernmental Agreement with the Maryland Environmental Service (MES), monitoring of operations at the County’s Resource Recovery Facility (RRF; the County’s waste-to-energy facility) and Composting Facility(ies), technical studies (to include environmental impact monitoring of solid waste operations related to these facilities) and solid waste system-wide planning studies (to include the 10-Year Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan).

The successful candidate will have the ability to work on tight deadlines with conflicting schedules, coordinate and collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders to carefully analyze a wide range of data and to make formal recommendations about issues which may have significant political, legal, and fiscal implications. Salary is $75,934 - $138,790. Full details.

Charlestown – Zoning and Code Enforcement Officer

Posted 10/5/18 – Open until filled

Town of Charlestown, Cecil County MD: Zoning and Code enforcement officer part-time/4 – 8 hours per week. General Summary: Part-time/flexible hours; leads in the enforcement of zoning and code regulation and citations/permits relating to maintenance and upgrading of properties. Assists with the enforcement of floodplain, critical area and forest retention regulations and issues zoning certificate and reports as needed. Conducts site inspections and investigations relative to the enforcement of town ordinances and regulations. Works with Cecil County Department of Permits and Inspections as well as other State agencies as needed. Attend evening Planning and Zoning meetings monthly and occasional evening Town Commissioner’s meeting.

Required knowledge, skills, and abilities: Ability to interpret zoning and code regulations and effectively communicate orally and in writing; Familiarity of MS Office Suite with emphasis on word and excel; Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record.

Physical tasks and environment conditions: Require the ability to perform on-site field inspections, which may include active construction sites in variety of weather conditions. Requires walking and standing; sufficient coordination to operate a computer, office equipment and motor vehicles; vision, hearing and speech communication to maintain communication with members of the public, staff and elected officials.

Chevy Chase Village - Seasonal Laborer: Leaf Collection

Posted 10/5/18 – Open until filled

Chevy Chase Village, a municipal government in southern Montgomery County, seeks to hire two (2) seasonal laborers to assist with the 2018 Leaf Collection Season.  Under the supervision of the Director of Public Works, the incumbent will perform a wide variety of manual, unskilled and semi-skilled labor tasks during leaf season. Major duties Include:

•    Performing heavy manual labor for extended periods, sometimes under unfavorable conditions
•    Using tools and machines, including but not limited to leaf rakes and pitch forks
•    Using the suction hose attached to a leaf machine, requiring heavy physical labor
•    Understanding and carrying out oral and written instructions
•    Using knowledge of competent, safe and efficient operation of equipment
•    Performing all other related work as required

This position is temporary with employment beginning in October, 2018 and ending in December, 2018 and may be extended at the discretion of management. The schedule will be Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. with the potential for overtime on Saturdays. The hourly rate of pay is $14.75 per hour.

Interested applicants may download an Employment Application from the Village website or request an application in person at: Chevy Chase Village Office, 5906 Connecticut Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD 20815 or by FAX 301-907-9721 or by EMAIL ccvillagejobs@gmail.com (Subject Line: Temp Laborer position)

Hancock - Chief of Police

Posted 10/5/18 – Open until filled

The Town of Hancock is now accepting applications for a full-time Chief of Police. The Chief of Police is a “working Chief” in the Town of Hancock. The applicant must be a Maryland Certified police officer.

Persons interested may contact the Town of Hancock municipal office at the address listed below for an application. Questions:  Please contact Town Manager David Smith. Town of Hancock, 126 West High Street, Hancock, MD 21750. 301-678-5622.

Hancock - Police Officer

Posted 10/5/18 – Open until filled

The Town of Hancock is now accepting applications for full-time police officers. At this time we are only accepting applications from certified officers. Persons interested may contact the Town of Hancock municipal office at the address listed below for an application. Questions: Please contact Town manager David Smith. Town of Hancock, 26 West High Street, Hancock, MD 21750. 301-678-5622.