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Anne Arundel County – Senior Planner
Posted 7/13/18 – Closes 7/30/18

The Research & GIS Division is responsible for providing demographic, geographic, and economic information through the collection, maintenance, and analysis of county data. The Division provides Geographic Information System (GIS) services to the Office, other governmental agencies and the public. All demographic and mapping data support major planning efforts such as the General Development Plan Update; Small Area Plans; zoning updates; Sewer and Water Master Plan Updates; population, household and job forecasts; and other special reports affecting economic development in the County. This Division also includes Information Counter services to the public and house numbering and street addressing for the County.

Preferences: previous experience in managing a team project working with staff from different agencies; significant experience with research methods employed in the collection, evaluation and presentation of planning data; expertise in using local and regional development data, demographic and socioeconomic data and other sources of data to develop projections, forecasts and trends relative to land use; experience conducting independent planning projects and working in a team environment; experience with computer programs such as Relational Databases (MS SQL Server, Oracle, or IBM DB2), QMF, MS Access, MS Excel or Google Sheets, MS Word or Google docs, GIS software (analyze, manage and present spatial data), Stata, MS Publisher or Adobe Indesign, Adobe Photoshop or GIMP, and PowerPoint. Extensive experience with ArcGIS Desktop 10 or ArcGIS Pro, statistical analysis – linear and multiple regression, Seagate Crystal Reports, and some programming to retrieve data from multiple database platforms.

Salary range is $66,523 – $118,777. Full details. Questions e-mail

Anne Arundel County – Planner I
Posted 7/13/18 – Closes 7/30/18

The Zoning Division is primarily responsible for the processing, review, and presentation of zoning petitions. Staff attends public hearings before the Administrative Hearing Officer and presents and explains the departmental staff report for all Variances, Special Exceptions, Rezonings, and Critical Area Reclassifications. If a decision is appealed to the Board of Appeals, staff continues to be involved in the process by presenting evidence and testimony at the hearing. This program also prepares draft legislation relative to zoning matters and responds to County Council member's inquiries, reviews certain licenses for compliance with zoning standards, and researches and prepares administrative decisions for the registration of nonconforming uses and twenty-year registered uses. Duties associated with the Critical Area Program include Critical Area Reclassification Applications, Growth Allocation Applications, Buffer Exemption Map Amendment Applications, and public outreach with staff of the Development Division. Zoning also serves to answer all public inquiries regarding zoning regulations including telephone and email inquiries, zoning verification letters, and walk-in customers.

Preference will be given to applicants who possess the following: -experience with State and local government codes and environmental regulations -experience with legislative processes -Considerable experience in legal research -Ability to succinctly convey ideas and requirements in written (ex: reports, summaries, zoning or legal decisions) and oral (ex: public presentations) format -Strong customer service experience to include telephone and face to face contact with the public, outside agencies, appointed and elected officials, and co-workers -Proficiency beyond beginner level in MS Office.

Salary range is $49,464 – $84,056, Applications may be filed online. Questions e-mail r

Caroline County - Program Site Coordinators
Posted 7/13/18 – Closes 7/31/18

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, Parks, Community partnerships, Youth Camps and Trips. Learn more by visiting our Department page.

Part-time contractual grant funded position implementing an afterschool program at Colonel Richardson Middle School. Position is for the 2018-19 school year, approximately 25 hours per week. Must be able to work until 5:30 pm M-Th.
Requirements: AA degree and 2 years of experience in community recreation, education, or human services or a combination of education, training, and experience required. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Salary is $18-$20 per hour. Submit completed applications to: Caroline County Office of Human Resources, 103 Gay Street, Suite 1, Denton, MD 21629. Call 410-479-4105 to receive by fax or email. Applications can also be downloaded here. Email to:

Caroline County - Paramedic / EMT-I
Posted 7/13/18 – Closes 7/26/18

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.

Must be a high school graduate and be a Maryland Licensed National Registered EMT-I or Paramedic. Six months experience preferred. 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.

Salary range is $18.25/hour (EMT-I) or $19.95 (Paramedic). Submit completed applications, copies of certification documents and 3- year driving record to: Caroline County Office of Human Resources, 103 Gay Street, Suite 1, Denton, Maryland 21629. Call 410-479-4105 to receive application by fax or email. Applications can also be downloaded by clicking here. Email to:

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:

Charles County – Health Officer
Posted 7/13/18 – Closes 8/3/18

The Health Officer provides leadership, direction, and oversight to public health programs affecting the County. Programs include Community Health, Environmental Health, Behavioral Health, Clinic and School Health, and Health Information and Promotion. The Health Officer assesses community health needs, plans and develops programs, enforces County and State laws and ordinances, and acts as spokesperson on public health issues for the County in coordination with the State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. The Health Officer serves as an advocate for public health with the media, social service agencies and other community organizations in Charles County and is responsible for promoting and stimulating interest in public health.

Must possess a degree in medicine from an accredited college or university, a Master's degree in public health and have two years' experience as a licensed physician working in the field of public health. Applicants may substitute five years of experience as a licensed physician working in the field of public health for the Master's degree in public health and two years as a licensed physician working in the field of public health requirement. Salary is $122,799 - $202,588/year. Apply here.

Office of the Attorney General – Staff Attorney
Posted 7/13/18 – Closes 7/25/18

The Criminal Division’s Organized Crime Unit of the Attorney General’s Office is seeking applicants for a Contractual Staff Attorney to handle investigations and prosecutions involving the illegal purchase, possession, sale, and trafficking of firearms. The Staff Attorney will also handle investigations and prosecutions related to gun violence and gangs. The Staff Attorney will work directly with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to combat firearms related crimes across the State of Maryland.

The ideal candidate will have three years of legal experience with an emphasis in criminal prosecution. Experience in a state’s attorney’s office and a demonstrated ability to work with law enforcement agencies in conducting criminal investigations is preferred.

Interested persons should submit resume with cover letter to: Kathleen Murphy, Director of the Criminal Division, . Please write “Staff Attorney Application” in the subject line. Full details.

Office of the Attorney General - Senior Counsel
Posted 7/13/18 – Closes 7/25/18

The Office of Attorney General, State Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, is seeking applicants for a Senior Counsel to represent the Agency. This position functions as Senior Counsel for the Agency, as well as providing similar services as necessary to the State Lottery and Gaming Control Commission. The Senior Counsel has a particular expertise in personnel law and/or procurement matters. Position responsibilities include legal and regulatory advice, limited assignment of work tasks to Assistant Attorneys General, and litigation before state, federal and appellate courts, as well as administrative agencies.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of seven years of legal experience, strong analytical skills, and excellent writing skills. A strong background in State Personnel or procurement law is highly desirable. Admission to the Maryland Bar is required.

Interested persons should submit resumes to Robert T. Fontaine, Principal Counsel, Office of the Attorney General, Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, by mail to 1800 Washington Boulevard, Suite 330, Baltimore, MD 21230; fax at 410-230-8787 or preferably email to . Full details.

Office of the Attorney General - Assistant Attorney General
Posted 7/13/18 - Closes 8/15/18

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 civil litigation experience, 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.

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 .

Frederick – Events Coordinator
Posted 7/6/18 – Closes 7/16/18

The Events Coordinator is a highly visible, full-time professional position in the Office of Special Events for The City of Frederick reporting to the Development Supervisor. This individual is responsible for coordinating activities and logistics surrounding multiple City-sponsored events produced by the Office of Special Events and Celebrate Frederick, Inc. The Events Coordinator will work directly with event committees and volunteers, and City staff, and will attend committee meetings, and provide on-site management of events. This professional position is also responsible for the execution of bids surrounding event entertainment and vendor rentals. Full details.

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

Village of North Chevy Chase – Manager
Posted 7/6/18 – Open until filled

Part-time position: Manager for the Village of North Chevy Chase. The Village is comprised of approximately 200 households. Governance is provided by the Village Council, which meets monthly. Manager must be able to operate out of his/her residence, with ability to be onsite at the Village when required. Village laptop and smart phone will be provided. Principal responsibilities include:

• serving as primary point of contact for Village residents and with external entities;
• publicly representing the Village’s position on matters consistent with Council decisions;
• ensuring compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations;
• performance of basic budgeting and financial reporting activities;
• providing support for Council at its monthly meetings;
• preparation of official Village written materials including: correspondence, monthly Village newsletter, and website maintenance;
• contract oversight regarding vendors providing services to the Village.

Interested applicants should contact Council Chair at , with a copy to .

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 EOE/M/D/V

Cambridge - Finance Director
Posted 6/29/18 – Closes 7/20/18

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 by 4:00 p.m. EST July 20, 2018 to: Oden C. Wheeler Jr., City of Cambridge, 410 Academy Street, Cambridge, Maryland 21613. An application must be submitted to be considered. Full details.

College Park – Assistant Director, Operations and Facilities
Posted 6/29/18 – Closes 7/20/18

Full-time position available for a facilities manager with experience in municipal public works operations. General duties will include: Planning and coordinating the activities of staff assigned to the Solid Waste, Streets, and Facilities Maintenance crews; maintaining the City’s buildings, miscellaneous structures, and parking lots; preparing bids, reviewing contracts, and managing any building projects and renovations for any City-owned buildings; supervising crew chiefs; and serving as a member of the Department of Public Works (DPW) leadership team.

Qualified candidates will possess: a bachelor’s degree in mechanical or civil engineering or other related field; a minimum of five years professional experience in municipal public works or building trades; and a minimum of three years supervisory or management experience; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. To be successful, candidates must also have: the ability to speak and write clearly and concisely to a range of different audiences and for different purposes; proficiency in Microsoft Office software and Outlook; the ability to motivate, communicate with, and direct a diverse group of skilled and unskilled workers; and the ability to take charge in an emergency situation. Must also have a valid driver’s license with a good driving record. Salary - $79,541-$100,000 Depending On Experience.

For full details and to apply online visit and attach a cover letter and resume. EOE.

Westminster – Wastewater Treatment Plant
Posted 6/29/18 – Closes 7/16/18

Monitor equipment readings and respond as necessary; requires a general knowledge of mechanics and laboratory equipment; ability to operate and troubleshoot equipment and to accurately read and record data, charts and gauges; must be able to work in a weekend and holiday rotation; City will train; must either have or be able to obtain a CDL Class B license. $15.82/hour plus $.95/hour differential for a permanent 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. shift; 40 hours/week; excellent benefits including health, dental, vision, life insurance, and retirement plan. To apply, go to; or pick up application at 56 W. Main Street, Westminster; OR call 410-848-5236. Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on July 16, 2018. EOE.

Westminster - Equipment Operator I
Posted 6/29/18 – Closes 7/16/18

To assist in the construction and maintenance of the City’s roads, streets, and highways; must have a valid Class C driver’s license and the willingness and ability to obtain a Class B CDL license within 6 months on the job; 40 hours/week; $15.82/hour; 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. Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on July 16, 2018. EOE.

Westminster - Housing Specialist
Posted 6/29/18 – Closes 7/16/18

Seeking Housing Specialist to provide support for the Section 8 HCV Program. Position will be administering the Intake and Occupancy functions, including responding to customer needs and providing required audit trail of all transactions. Requirements include a thorough knowledge of the HUD Section 8 HCV policies and procedures; possession of or ability to obtain a recognized program Certification in Occupancy, within 6 months of employment. 6 months of relevant experience; or equivalent combination of formal training and related experience. 40 hours/week; $15.83 - $17.30/hour DOE; excellent benefits, including health, dental, vision, life insurance and retirement plan. To apply, go to; or pick up application at 56 W. Main Street, Westminster; OR call 410-848-5236. Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on July 16, 2018. EOE.

Charles County - Chief of Tourism
Posted 6/29/18 - Closes 7/15/18

This is promotion and public relations work at an experienced level. This manager initiates their own daily assignments, follows through on matters, and uses independent judgment and training to take appropriate actions to deal with standard recurring situations. Work involves planning and coordinating tourist attractions to market the County. Implements marketing programs designed to increase the economic impact of tourism to the County. It involves developing, promoting, organizing and coordinating events and activities in support of such efforts. Also collaborates with southern Maryland region to market the entire region and promotion of southern Maryland. Salary is $39.33 hourly, $76,695 annually. Full details.

Garrett County - Sheriff Department
Posted 6/29/18 – Closes 7/14/18

The Garrett County Sheriff Department will conduct pre-employment testing for the positions of Deputy Sheriff and/or Correctional Officer. Candidates who meet the minimum requirements and are interested in participating in the pre-employment test must complete and submit a Garrett County employment application and bring to Garrett College 687 Mosser Road McHenry, MD 21541 GIEC building room 111. at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 14, 2018 along with the $25.00 testing fee.

A check or money order made payable to Garrett County Government will be required in order to take the pre-employment test on July 14, 2018. Candidates with a passing test score will also be interviewed immediately following the test.

Montgomery County - ADA Technician (Design Technician II)
Posted 6/29/18 – Closes 8/2/18

The Montgomery County Department of Parks seeks an enthusiastic, self-starter with strong graphic and computer skills to be a full-time career Design Technician II in its Park Development Division. This person will primarily support the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) program in the division but will support other programs as time permits. The Park Development Division is responsible for the implementing the Department’s $195.0 million Capital Improvements Program (CIP), a six-year plan for the acquisition, design, construction, and renovation of the more than 400 parks within Montgomery County, Maryland.

The Montgomery County Department of Parks is part of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC). M-NCPPC is a six-time award-winning, nationally recognized agency and recipient of the National Gold Medal Award for Excellence in Parks and Recreation management, serving the Maryland region adjacent to Washington, D. C. We have a career staff of nearly 800 employees, and we serve a diverse population of more than one million residents. We have an annual operating budget of over $100 million. Job #14757. Full details.

Talbot County - Deputy Director/ Asst. Warden
Posted 6/29/18 – Closes 7/15/18

Talbot County Department of Corrections is accepting applications for a full-time Deputy Director. This position assists the Director in all phases of the Department’s operations. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college in Public Administration, Criminal Justice Administration or Business Management, or equivalent combination of acceptable education and experience. Excellent oral and written skills. Must be proficient with current office technologies, methods and processes. Experience in budget administration, assistance in budget preparation and management of fiscal resources. Experience in project management regarding major systems repair and operations management regarding programs and services for inmates. Thorough knowledge of case law, statutory law and state and local regulations regarding the operation of adult detention centers in Maryland. More details and full position description may be found at Salary DOQ, starting salary range $71,000 with full benefit package. For best consideration submit cover letter, resume and references by July 15, 2018 and send to: Employment Applications, Talbot County Administrative Services, Courthouse, 11 N. Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601. Talbot County is an equal opportunity employer.

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.

Salisbury – Director
Posted 6/22/18 - Closes 7/20/18

The City of Salisbury is looking for an energetic and detail oriented leader, with a track record of career accomplishments to serve in the capacity of Director of the Water Works Department. Top candidates for this challenging leadership role must thrive in a robust, fast-paced, and complex environment. The next Director will be creative, strategic, and able to fully implement best practices for a data-driven deployment of resources. The Director will embrace and appreciate the performance of the entire Department.

The Water Works Department is a dynamic department that administers operations and maintenance for two divisions, Water and Wastewater, comprised of 50 full-time employees. The Water Divisions operates two water treatment facilities, with three remote water storage tanks. The two facilities have a combined capacity of 10.5 million gallons per day supplied with an average of 5.5 million gallons pumped daily. The Wastewater Division manages a recently upgraded 5A S wastewater treatment facility, which operates under a National Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit issued by the Maryland Department of the Environment. The wastewater plant is responsible for 46 remote pump stations which circulates 6.8 million gallons of waste per day and administers an industrial pretreatment program under the mandate by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. $76,346 - $85,978 DOQ . Excellent range of benefits. Full details.

Carroll County – Bureau Chief - Bureau of Roads Operations
Posted 6/22/18 – Closes 8/28/18

Manages the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of the Bureau. Oversees and manages activities of employees engaged in road operations including maintaining County roads, bridges, drainage structures and pipes, and ditch lines during normal and emergency situations. Full details.
A Carroll County Government job application is required for this position
Apply on-line: Call the Carroll County Job Hotline at 410-386-2020 to request an employment application or call 410-386-2129 for employment inquiries

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

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 .

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

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

We are currently looking for a highly qualified, dynamic, detail-oriented professional to lead our Department of Code Enforcement. This individual will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the code enforcement department including but not limited to rental property inspections, commercial area inspection, supervising all code enforcement staff, ensuring enforcement of all city ordinances, recommending improvements, modifications, and changes to existing city codes for efficiency, practicality and “addressing the problem.” The ideal candidate should be a proactive thinker. Individuals must be able to develop and maintain strong working relationships others. Work is under the general direction of the City Manager.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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