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Frederick – Electrician
Posted 1/15/18 – Closes 1/26/18

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

DHCD - Regulatory and Compliance Inspector
Posted 1/15/18 – Closes 1/31/18

The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development is a national leader in the development of affordable housing and community development lending. The Regulatory and Compliance Inspector ensures compliance with Maryland and Federal regulations regarding the industrialized building and manufactured homes together with additional code enforcement responsibilities of the State while serving in an entry level of inspection duties in the evaluation of construction of industrialized buildings and manufacturers.The Regulatory and Compliance Inspector also travels within and out of state to inspect industrialized building (modular) manufacturing plants to determine code compliance. This position also prepares reports of findings on the integrity, safety and energy efficiency of construction of industrialized buildings. These reports are then sent to manufacturers and the State-approved testing facilities for correction of noncompliance. Salary is $21.10- $27.33/hour. Recruitment #17-004587-0002. Full details.

Frederick – Secretary
Posted 1/8/18 – Closes 1/22/18

Administrative support staff position for the Office of the Chief of Police (OCP). Has responsibility for the administrative needs of the Chief of Police and his Command Staff. Includes general secretarial and clerical duties; coordination with personnel and other resources; maintenance of records and files; operation and maintenance of computerized systems, including tracking systems; completion of special and/or unique functions and projects. This position requires strong organizational skills and must possess a creative and positive attitude. This individual must have the ability to plan, organize and perform complex tasks with minimal supervision. Full details.

Rockville - Chief of Police
Posted 1/8/18 – Closes 2/14/18

The Chief of Police reports directly to the City Manager and is a key member of the City’s management team. The Department has a strong reputation for effectiveness and operates using a $12.6M budget supporting the Field Services, Administrative Services, and Special Operations Bureaus. RPD has concurrent jurisdiction with Montgomery County Police, and most complex investigations, especially homicides and sexual assaults, are handled by Montgomery County.

The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in criminal justice, business, public administration, or a related discipline; a graduate degree is preferred. Candidates should demonstrate knowledge of police department operations and management, and law enforcement best practices. Command level experience in a comparable or larger agency is required. Advanced training such as the FBI National Academy, Southern Police Institute or equivalent programs is highly preferred. The selected candidate must be able to obtain Peace Officer certification in Maryland and a Maryland Driver’s License in a reasonable period of time.

Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume on-line here. First review deadline is Wednesday, February 14, 2018. For more information, please contact Art Davis by phone at 816-868-7042; or contact Chuck Rohre by phone at 214-466-2436.

Talbot County – Chief Code Compliance Officer
Posted 1/8/18 – Closes 2/5/18

Chief Code Compliance Officer, Department of Planning and Zoning, Talbot County, MD - This position supervises the operations and activities of the county’s code enforcement program including conducting investigations, onsite inspections and Code awareness training. Also responsible for ensuring corrective action to include issuing notices of violations and citations, as applicable. Required to drive county vehicle and travel within and outside the County. Some evening meeting attendance required. Minimum qualifications: Associates degree from an accredited college plus five years of working experience in a management capacity that includes managing an office, supervising personnel, computer/data base skills or any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the skills required for the full position description. Extensive public interaction is required; applicant must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and effective public speaking skills. This is a full-time position with full benefits. Salary DOQ. Send resume with cover letter, three professional references and salary requirements to: Cheril Thomas, Talbot County Government, 11 N. Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601 or email to . The full position description may be found on the County’s website, or call 410.770.8012. For best consideration, apply by February 5, 2018. Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DHCD - HCD Community Program Administrator
Posted 1/8/18 – Closes 1/18/18

Neighborhood Revitalization is seeking a qualified candidate to serve as a Project Manager. This position administers grants, loans and other services provided to local governments and nonprofit organizations located in designated areas.

The incumbent ensures compliance with federal, State and Departmental standards, and regulatory and statutory requirements pertaining to homeless grants and awards. This position also provides technical assistance, reviews applications for award, approves disbursement requests against project terms and funding guidelines and assists with the preparation of grant and loan documents.

The incumbent will develop policies and manage statewide grant programs and initiatives. The incumbent also develops materials, data analysis and written reports. The incumbent will monitor awardees and engage in partnership building and capacity building activities with partners. Specifically responsible for duties pertaining to Homeless Service Grants received and administered to local communities, and programs such as the federal Emergency Solutions Grants and the state Rental Assistance Program as well as assisting with the administration of other State and federal financing programs assigned to the team. Full details.

Charles County - Safety Officer
Posted 1/5/18 – Closes 2/4/18

Oversees the management of the County's comprehensive safety programs. The work involves inspecting work sites and recommending changes to reduce potential losses and/or injuries, and investigating worker injuries when they occur. Overall goals are set and the worker determines the specific tasks and assignments to be performed, follows through on matters, and uses independent judgment and training to take appropriate actions to deal with standard and non-standard situations.

Manages the County’s Workers’ Compensation program, monitors premiums, medical and indemnity payments, claims, rehabilitation, subrogation and anti-fraud efforts.

Responsible for the development and implementation of County’s safety program. Coordinates safety training programs and budget requirements; monitors and administers safety policies and applicable laws dealing with employee safety and safety-related liability exposures; assists departments in determining appropriate safety standards to ensure effectiveness, awareness, accountability and compliance in each department.
Administers and maintains the County’s Risk Management and Safety Manual, including the Driver’s License Program.

Serves as the County’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator and makes decisions regarding ADA grievances and/or complaints related to housing, transportation, and County programs. Assist residents to resolve ADA situations in the public sector. Full details.

Havre de Grace - Deputy Director, Department of Planning
Posted 1/2/18 – Open until filled

The City of Havre de Grace is seeking an individual with unique planning skills to fill an employment opportunity as the Deputy Director for the Department of Planning. The Department of Planning manages the building land use process for building construction activity in the City which includes a multi-discipline review not limited to Federal and State regulated activities such as The International Building Codes, Forest Conservation Act, Storm Water Management, Chesapeake Bay Critical Area, Floodplain Management and The Americans with Disabilities Act. In addition, local government regulations governing Zoning, Parking, Signs, Site Plans/Subdivision Plats, Building Demolition, Property Maintenance and Historic Preservation are under the purview of the Department of Planning. The Deputy Director is responsible for the implementation of these regulations which necessitates the need for an individual who can multi-task and yet focus on priorities which can change daily. The individual should possess the ability to work as a team member within City Administration staff which all play a role in the development process. Evening public meetings with the Planning Commission, Board of Appeals and City Council are an essential function of the Deputy Director who acts as the liaison to these other review levels. The Deputy Director must possess a friendly and outgoing personality as there is considerable interaction with professionals in the public sector such as engineers, architects, attorneys and contractors whereby assistance is provided to help them through the land use process and explain regulations. Full details.

Cambridge – City Manager
Posted 12/22/17 - Open until filled

The City of Cambridge is seeking a visionary but grounded leader with an energetic, results-oriented, diplomatic candidate with strong team building and customer service skills for the position of City Manager. The City Manager is responsible for the general management of day to day operations, including administrative affairs, planning, budget development and the implementation of services programs in all departments of the City. The candidate must possess a minimum of a Master’s degree in public administration, business administration or a post-baccalaureate degree in another closely related field. All candidates for the position shall also have a minimum of five (5) years of experience as a City/County Manager or Assistant City/County. Persons interested in applying should submit a cover letter, professional resume, and completed City of Cambridge Employment Application. Send to City of Cambridge City Manager Recruitment, 1025 Washington Street, Cambridge, Maryland 21613 or e-mail to . This position is open until filled, first review of resumes will occur on March 16, 2018. For an information flyer and to learn more about the City of Cambridge, please visit

College Park - Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 12/22/17 – Open until filled

The City of College Park has a flexible part-time position available for a Code Enforcement Officer to work from 10 to 20 hours on weekends. The hours that the City needs coverage are: 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights; 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. on Saturday day work; and 11:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. on Sunday. Candidates can tell us their preferred work hours, with a minimum of 10 hours per weekend. Candidates must also be available for court and staff meetings on some Wednesday afternoons.

Primary duties include ensuring compliance with City codes and ordinances related to noise, property maintenance, and fire safety for both commercial and residential properties in the City. Qualified applicants must have excellent communication skills, proficiency with computers, and a valid driver’s license with good driving record. Code enforcement experience and ICC certifications as property maintenance inspector and community noise inspector are preferred; but will consider entry level applicants with related experience in other fields. English/Spanish bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply. Starting wage will depend on qualifications with minimum of $18.78/hour plus excellent benefits. Must submit an online application available at: EOE

Greenbelt - Director of Planning
Posted 12/15/17 – 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 Planning and Community Development Department. This position provides direction and vision for the department; formulates and implements plans and policies that provide for the orderly development of the City while promoting public health, safety and general welfare of its citizens, protecting property values and planning for future City needs. Knowledge of principles and practices of urban planning, historic preservation, and land use and zoning laws. Educational requirements include a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning, City Planning, Urban Studies or a related field; and, two to three years of progressively responsible experience in those fields. Must be certified by the American Institute of Certified Planners To view the job specification, benefits summary and to apply, log onto Salary is $92,662 - $108,971. A City of Greenbelt application is required.

Greenbelt – Community Planner
Posted 12/8/17 – 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 assisting with City planning functions including assisting with the preparation of planning studies, review of development plans, drafting of legislation, preparing reports, correspondence, coordinating capital projects and working with professional consultants. Masters degree in urban or community planning, urban studies or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience. 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 A City of Greenbelt application is required. Salary $53,206 - $62,608. EOE ADA

Laurel – Safety Compliance Officer
Posted 12/1/17 – Open until filled

This position ensures safety compliance through training, inspections and counseling programs. Work is performed under the supervision of the City Administrator. Duties include working with Departments to assure safety training to employees and outside agencies, writing safety policies and programs, working with departments to assure buildings, vehicles and equipment comply with safety requirements.

Seeking any combination of education, training and experience substantially equal to a Bachelor’s degree. A Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification as well as an Associates in Risk Management (ARM) certification is desirable, and a minimum of 3 years of progressively responsible experience in risk management, safety or related areas. Must possess valid Class “B” Maryland driver’s license and a proven safe driving record. Must be able to type 35 words per minute. Work schedule 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays. $17.54/hour (approx. annual $36,497). Apply in person at 8103 Sandy Spring Road, Laurel, MD or visit to download application. Must be able to pass a pre-employment physical examination, including a drug screen, and a criminal background check. EOE.

Laurel – Communications Specialist Trainee - Police Dept.
Posted 11/22/17 – Open until filled

Entry-level position involving radio dispatching, operating communication instruments, coordinating the overall communication system and related clerical work. H.S. diploma or GED with previous clerical and communications experience helpful. Must be U.S. citizen, 18 years of age, no record of felony convictions or serious misdemeanors and type 25 wpm. Rotating shifts: $17.54/hour (Approx. $36,497 annual). Apply in person or visit to download application. Closing date December 8, 2017 or until filled.

Written testing/Oral Interview/Background/ Drug Screening/Psychological/ Pre-employment physical required. EOE. City of Laurel Dept. of Budget and Personnel Services 8103 Sandy Spring Road, Laurel, MD 20707

Westminster - Risk Coordinator
Posted 11/17/17 – Open until filled

Seeking a Risk Coordinator to perform a variety of safety and risk management functions, including: loss prevention, risk control, safety training, Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) program, OSHA and DOT mandated programs; oversight of Workers Compensation and multi-peril insurance policies and maintenance of City property records. Conducts routine worksite occupational safety and health inspections, coordinates onsite loss control visits, and investigates accidents. Bachelor’s degree in occupational safety and health, risk management, insurance, or closely related field; and 2 years’ experience in occupational safety or risk management; or an equivalent combination of technical training and related experience. Safety and/or Risk Management Certification preferred. 40 hours/week, $21.63 - $26.61/hour, depending on experience and qualifications. Excellent benefits, including health, dental, vision, life insurance, and retirement plan. Apply online at; or pick up application at 56 W. Main Street, Westminster; or call 410-848-5236. EOE

Centreville - Utility Worker
Posted 11/10/17 – Open until filled

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

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

Applications should be submitted via email to , by fax 410-758-4741 or mail to 101 Lawyers Row, Centreville, MD 21617. Applications will be accepted until Tuesday, November 21, 2017 or until the position is filled. For further information, please contact Krystel Ebaugh, Human Resources Manager 410-758-1180 or visit the Town website. EOE

Greenbelt – Supervisory Inspector
Posted 11/10/17 – Open until filled

Position is assigned to the Department of Planning and Community Development and is responsible for the supervision, administration and enforcement of the city’s housing and property maintenance code, construction code, sediment control regulations and other related codes/regulations. Minimum requirements: AA degree in engineering, architecture, public administration, planning, housing, or related field; supervisory experience in building, housing or civil construction inspection; International Code Council (ICC) certification as a Building Code Official or related certification; state sediment control inspection certification; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Valid Maryland driver’s license is required. 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 Starting salary is $58,656 with excellent benefits. A City of Greenbelt application is required.

Greenbelt - Public Works Maintenance Worker VI (Tree Technician)
Posted 11/10/17 – Open until filled

Performs and leads the work of other maintenance workers in the support of maintaining all parks, streets and other outdoor public areas of the City. Operates and maintains various vehicles, equipment and machines. Maintain up to date listing of hazard trees. Maintain GPS study of street trees. Help to create and maintain City tree master plan. Act as first responder to all tree emergency issues. Help to mitigate and/or solve any citizen related questions or issues related to trees. Act as Public Agency representative to Maryland Department of Resources. Maintain required Maryland Tree Care Expert licensing. Maintain current tree inventory data. A High School diploma or equivalent and two to three years of progressively responsible experience or any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Must possess a CDL License in good standing 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 Starting salary is $45,968 - $54,080. A City of Greenbelt application is required.

Greenbelt - Assistant Director of Public Works (Parks)
Posted 11/10/17 – Open until filled

The City of Greenbelt, MD, a progressive and diverse community of 21,000, is looking for an energetic and resourceful person to plan, organize and direct the programs, operations, services and staff of the Parks Division. Manages related special events. Develops, manages and maintains urban park space. Bachelor’s degree in parks management or equivalent experience, and seven to ten years of progressively responsible experience. Must have a Maryland Pesticide Applicators License and an Arborists Certification. To view the job specification, benefits summary and to apply, log onto Salary is $71,780 – 84,448. A City application is required.

St. Mary’s County - Communications Specialists
Posted 11/3/17 – Open until filled

JOB SUMMARY: Receives emergency 911 calls and dispatches appropriate agencies; logs all calls and answers administrative non-emergency phone lines. DUTIES: Answers 911 emergency phone calls utilizing in-depth questioning and call taking procedures; Answers administrative phone lines and dispatches appropriate agencies; Receives and dispatches calls for the St. Mary's County Sheriff’s Office; Evaluates requests and sends appropriate response by dispatching fire and emergency medical services/EMS or law enforcement in accordance with established protocols; Records and logs all information pertaining to all calls (emergency and routine) into the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) System; Provides information about calls to various responding agencies; Utilizes NCIC/MILES/NLETS law enforcement network; St. Mary's County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Obtains and maintains certifications in National Crime Information Center (NCIC), Maryland Interagency Law Enforcement System (MILES), National Law Enforcement Telecommunication System (NLETS), Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Emergency Communications Specialists (ECS), Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD), Emergency Fire Dispatch(EFD) and Emergency Police Dispatch (EPD).

Full-time salary $32,677 Annually St. Mary’s County Government offers a complete benefits package. Part-time: $17.14 an hour – no benefits. Full details.

Applications are available at: Governmental Center, Potomac Building Department of Human Resources, 3rd Floor 23115 Leonard Hall Drive, Leonardtown, MD 20650 Phone: 301-475-4200 Extension: *1100 Fax: 301-475-4082 Jobs Line: 301-475-4200 Extension: *1109 Email: Website: Must press the * key before the extension.

Barnesville - Clerk/Bookkeeper
Posted 10/30/17 – Open until filled

Barnesville, MD, a small town in Upper Montgomery County, is looking for a part-time town clerk/bookkeeper to assist three Commissioners in the day-to-day operations of the town. Clerk will:

• Provide bookkeeping functions through Quick Books,
• Pay bills and deposit checks,
• Prepare all required reports,
• Take minutes for monthly town meetings,
• Prepare routine and specific town correspondence,
• Coordinate with auditor and provide all required financial records for the annual audit,
• Assist in town special events,
• Manage town hall operations such as cleaning contractor, repairs and maintenance, town hall rentals,
• Updating website, maintaining town email list and maintaining town calendar,
• Communications with town residents,
• Other administrative tasks as required.

Prior book keeping experience with Quick Books or similar programs is highly desired. Flexible hours range from 5-10 hours per week. Please submit your resume and cover letter to .

Charles County - Civil Engineers
Posted 10/13/17 – Open until filled

Charles County Government is seeking civil engineers to fill positions of Engineer II and Engineer IV in the Department of Planning & Growth Management/Resource Infrastructure Management Division. These are excellent opportunities for engineers with experience in stormwater management and water and sewer system modeling. Engineer II is an entry-level position working under the supervision of a Senior Engineer to focus on Water and Wastewater Planning, Analysis, Infrastructure Design and Project Management. The Senior Engineer is an Engineer IV and is responsible for the development and oversight of the technical engineering team for Water and Sewer Infrastructure Planning. The Engineer II position requires a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and 3 years experience; a certified P.E. is preferred. The Engineer IV position requires a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, 10 years experience, and a P.E.

The Engineer II salary range is $60,718 - $79,149, DOE. The salary range for the Engineer IV position is $70,945 - $92,442, DOE. Charles County Government offers competitive salary and benefits and the chance to work with an outstanding team of professionals to better the community. For details and to apply, please visit our Jobs page at

Colmar Manor - Police Officer
Posted 10/2/17 – Open until filled

The Colmar Manor Police Department has immediate openings for full-time Maryland certified Police Officers or persons pending or able to be certified by comparative compliance training from the Maryland Police Training Commission. Criminal and personal history background required, including polygraph test, credit report, physical examination, drug screening, criminal history and activity, driving record. Vacancies are open until filled. Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) candidates are a valuable asset to our community, however, this is not a requirement.
Our Police Officers are key participants in a community policing partnership with the Town and residents to identify and resolve crime problems affecting the quality of life of all residents. This community support and the diversity of cultures in Colmar Manor, makes it an exciting place to work.

Below is a synopsis of benefits offered by the Town of Colmar Manor.
• Competitive Salary
• Take home police vehicle for officers living within 35 miles of the Town.
• Health Insurance (includes prescription and dental coverage) – Single coverage at no cost.
• 401/457 Deferred Compensation Plan.
• Uniforms and equipment provided.
• Annual Leave and sick leave
• Holiday pay at double time hourly salary rate.
• Court pay minimum of 3 hours at overtime rate.

Send cover letter of interest and resume to Sergeant M. Sims at or to Chief W. Lowry at .