Employment Opportunities

Charlestown - Lead Maintenance Worker
Posted 11/12/19 – 11/15/19


The Town of Charlestown is seeking a full-time lead maintenance worker with light construction, carpentry, electrical, HVAC & plumbing experience. Successful candidate will supervise a small staff, as well as, fully participate in the daily work activity. A wide variety of tasks are performed by municipal workers in all weather conditions. The successful applicant must have experience driving a light dump truck, plowing snow and operating a backhoe/loader. A valid driver's license and clean driving record are required. Drug free workplace, benefits offered. Applications required and are available at Town Hall, 241 Market St., Charlestown or call Town Clerk at 410-287-6173.  See more information at www.charlestownmd.org.

Colmar Manor - Police Officers
Posted 11/12/19 – Open until filled


The Colmar Manor Police Department is accepting resumes for the following police officer position, preferred experienced Maryland Certified Police Officers. The starting base salary is $46,300.

We offer health Insurance, holiday pay, leave package, 457 we contribute 5% a year and a take-home vehicle.

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.  

If you are interested email your resume to Chief Miltenberger at Chief@colmarmanor.org. Full details.

Colmar Manor - Police Sergeant
Posted 11/12/19 – Open until filled


The Colmar Manor Police Department is accepting resumes for the following police officer position, preferred experienced Maryland Certified Police Officers. The starting base salary is $50,000.

We offer health Insurance, holiday pay, leave package, 457 we contribute 5% a year and a take-home vehicle.

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.  

If you are interested email your resume to Chief Miltenberger at Chief@colmarmanor.org. Full details.

Frederick – Plumbing Inspector
Posted 11/12/19 – Closes 11/20/19


The Plumbing Inspector position is responsible for enforcement and compliance of City, County, State and Federal Plumbing and Gas Codes/ Regulations. This position may be called upon for enforcement and compliance, in whole or in part of other various codes/ regulations adopted by the City. This position will maintain inspection records, coordinate and perform plumbing and gas inspections of all residential and commercial buildings, both new and existing. This position will meet with Architects, Engineers, Contractors and the General Public in person, by phone and through written correspondence, providing code/ regulation interpretations. This position investigates and resolves various complaints received. This position will receive supervision from the Sr. Plumbing Inspector. Full details.

Frederick – Nurse Practitioner/Physician’s Assistant
Posted 11/12/19 – Closes 11/20/19


The primary responsibility of the Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physician Assistant (PA) is to deliver primary health care to low-income and homeless patients who are eligible for services offered by the FCAA. Duties include delivery of primary health care in an outpatient, ambulatory care setting; patient health education; preventative health care and screening; history taking; medical documentation and charting; making referrals; staff in-service education; and assisting in the day- to-day operation of the health care clinic. Full details.

Montgomery County - Program Manager I (Assistant Operations Manager)
Posted 11/12/19 – Closes 11/27/19


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 an experienced individual to serve as a full-time Assistant Operations Manager (Program Manager I) in the Department of Environmental Protection, Recycling and Resource Management Division, Resource Conversion Section. This position entails supervisory work.  The primary purpose and responsibility of this position are to assist in managing all aspects of the Transfer Station and Recycling Center Scale Houses, and the overall Transfer Station, including to implement all contractual, regulatory compliance, facility operations and maintenance, and professional and public communications-related services. $58,958 - $97,655.

To view the complete job announcement and to apply, please visit our website, click on the “Search Jobs" tab, and then on the Job Search link. Read the full job description under the “General Professional”  Job Category. Interested candidates must create an online account in order to apply. Montgomery County Government offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits. The requisition number is IRC40873

Montgomery County - Manager III (Chief, Office of Energy and Sustainability)
Posted 11/12/19 – Closes 12/6/19


The Department of General Services (DGS) seeks an experienced Manager III to oversee the Office of Energy and Sustainability (OES) and ensure that government operations are led by example with the utmost stewardship of the environment. Montgomery County OES is core to the Montgomery County Executive priority of a greener County and an 80% reduction in Greenhouse Gas emissions by 2027.

This individual will be responsible for management of a team whose mission is to expand operational efforts, capital projects and public private partnerships focused on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and maintaining sound financial practices. The portfolio includes direct oversight of the County's sustainability plans for County operations, energy and utilities management operations and advanced capital energy projects. The selected candidate will also coordinate with other Departments and Agencies on efforts to improve resiliency of public infrastructure, reduce fleet emissions, implement programs to encourage employee behavior changes, and other efforts to promote sustainability practices, improve resiliency and reduce resource use from County operations. This candidate will be responsible for interacting with and advising boards, authorities, utilities, executive and elected officials. The successful candidate will be the DGS go-to person responsible for providing expert advice in energy and sustainability practices.

The candidate will be responsible for oversight and management of operational programs, capital projects and public private partnerships (P3). Capital projects include large scale energy efficiency retrofits of County buildings and properties, and installation of electric vehicle charging stations. P3s include negotiated Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) for renewable energy installations, microgrids and microgrid ready projects. Operations include the development of energy management plans, energy purchasing and utility bill processing and verification. The successful candidate will also be responsible for overseeing the development of annual reports, websites and social media to bolster awareness of the County's efforts and provide transparency to the general public. $77,453 - $141,566

To view the complete job announcement and to apply, please visit our website, Click “Search Jobs" and see the full job description under the “Managerial Executive" Job Category. Interested candidates must create an account in order to submit a resume. The requisition number is IRC40571

Montgomery County - Environmental Health Specialist I / II / III
Posted 11/12/19 – Closes 11/29/19


This position may be under-filled at the Environmental Health Specialist I, Grade 20, with a salary range of $51,305 to $84,762 or the Environmental Health Specialist II, Grade 23, with a salary range of $58,958 to $97,655.  There is a non-competitive promotional opportunity to an Environmental Health Specialist III, Grade 24, with a salary range of $61,765 to $102,377.
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 to fill an Environmental Health Specialist position with an individual that possess a broad range of technical, investigative and regulatory work experience related to the enforcement of environmental laws and regulations.  The individual will perform inspections and investigations of air, water, noise, hazardous waste, and dry weather and suspicious stormwater discharges or other environmental incidents or complaints, and as appropriate enforce environmental laws and regulations, including the issuance of violation notices and citations to individuals and businesses.

Montgomery County Government offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits. Salary Range: $61,765 to $102,377

To view the complete job announcement and to apply, please visit our website, click on the “Search Jobs" tab, and then on the Job Search link Available Jobs. Read the full job description under the “General Professional" Job Category.
Interested candidates must create an online account in order to apply. The requisition number is IRC40907

Mount Airy – Water & Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Posted 11/6/19 – Closes 11/18/19


Duties to include:
•    Perform operations & maintenance of water plants and the wastewater plant.
•    Perform sample water collection and lab analysis, process adjustments, chemical feed pump adjustments and preventative maintenance.
•    Will be required to obtain a Class 5A Wastewater & Class 3 Water Treatment licensing.  Already licensed a plus!
•    Assist in snow removal.

Full-time. On the job training will be provided. Excellent benefits package including participation
in Maryland State Retirement. Salary will commensurate with experience. Interested applicants may apply: Town Hall, 110 South Main Street, Mount Airy, MD  21771. Email resume to: hmccleary@mountairymd.gov. Fax resume to:  301-829-1259. EOE

Perryville – Public Works & Parks Crewman
Posted 11/6/19 – Open until filled


Town of Perryville is accepting applications/resume for openings in the Public Works and Parks Department.  Required: High School diploma/GED.  Job information is located at www.perryvillemd.org. Send resume/application Attn: Human Resources, Town of Perryville, 515 Broad Street, P.O. Box 773, Perryville, MD 21903 EOE.

Caroline County - Correctional Officer
Posted 11/6/19 – Closes 11/19/19


About the Department: The Caroline County Department of Corrections operates the County Detention Center located at 101 Gay Street in Denton. The Detention Center is a secure correctional facility. Inmates can spend up to 18 months at the facility. Individuals with longer sentences are normally sent to State prison.  

In Caroline County the majority of our inmates are local residents waiting to stand trial or serving time for lesser offenses. In many areas, the jail is “out of sight and out of mind.”  We take a different approach in Caroline County. With innovative, thoughtful programs like CARE (Community Assistance and Rehabilitation Enterprise), work release, and the cat shelter program, we try to keep our low security inmates involved in the community. Our work programs provide valuable services to local agencies and help lower the cost of corrections for taxpayers. We also have had many success stories where positive work experiences and other programs have helped local residents learn from their mistakes and avoid returning to jail.

About the Job:  Corrections is a uniformed service and one of the largest branches of law enforcement. Correctional officers are responsible for overseeing individuals who have been arrested and are awaiting trial or who have been sentenced to serve local jail time, 18 months or less. Full details.

Montgomery County - Program Specialist I (Reduction and Recycling Education Specialist)
Posted 11/6/19 – Closes 11/21/19


The Department of Environmental Protection's (DEP) mission 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 to fill two Program Specialist I positions area in the Recycling and Resource Management Division's Waste Reduction and Recycling Section and serve as waste reduction and recycling education specialists assisting non-residential properties, including businesses, not-for-profit organizations and Federal, state and local government facilities to develop, implement and improve their on-site waste reduction, reuse and recycling programs and initiatives, in compliance with Montgomery County's recycling and solid waste regulations.  Employees will assist businesses, organizations and government facilities in implementing programs to reduce waste further and increase recycling participation and achievement.  The County's goal is to reduce waste and recycle 70% of waste, aiming for 83% and beyond toward zero waste. $46,795 - $77,166.
 
To view the complete job announcement visit our website. Click on the “Search Jobs" tab, and then on the Job Search link . Read the full job description under the “General Professional”  Job Category. The requisition number is IRC40807.

Montgomery County - Program Manager II
Posted 11/6/19 – Closes 11/26/19


The Department of Environmental Protection's (DEP) mission 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 Program Manager II.  This position is in the Recycling and Resource Management Division (formerly the Division of Solid Waste Services), Materials Management Section and will report to the Section Chief. $64,708 - $107,346.

To view the complete job announcement visit our website. Click on the “Search Jobs" tab, and then on the Job Search link. Read the full job description under the “General Professional”  Job Category. The requisition number is IRC40789

Montgomery County - Program Manager I (Commercial Food Waste/Food Scraps Recycling)
Posted 11/6/19 – Closes 12/3/19


The Department of Environmental Protection’s mission 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's Recycling and Resource Management Division is seeking a Program Manager I to plan, develop, and evaluate County strategies, programs, initiatives and activities to decrease generation of food that is wasted, and to increase recycling of food waste/food scraps generated in the commercial sector. $58,958 - $97,655.

To view the complete job announcement visit our website. Click on the “Search Jobs" tab, and then on the Job Search link. Read the full job description under the “General Professional”  Job Category. The requisition number is IRC40867

Cottage City – Police Officer
Posted 11/1/19 – Open until filled


The Cottage City Police Department is accepting resumes for the following police officer position, preferred experienced Maryland Certified Police Officers. The starting base salary is $46,363. We offer health Insurance, holiday pay, leave package, 457 match up to $3000 a year and a take-home vehicle.

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.  

If you are interested email your resume to Chief Miltenberger at Chief1@cottagecitymd.gov. Full details.

Cottage City – Sergeant
Posted 11/1/19 – Open until filled


The Cottage City Police Department is accepting resumes for the following Sergeant position, preferred experienced Maryland Certified Police Officers. The starting base salary is $48,672. We offer health Insurance, holiday pay, leave package, 457 match up to $3000 a year and a take-home vehicle.

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.  

If you are interested email your resume to Chief Miltenberger at Chief1@cottagecitymd.gov. Full details.

North East – Water Plant Operator/Trainee
Posted11/1/19 – Open until filled


The Town of North East is accepting applications for a  Full Time position with the North East Water Department.  With instruction and oversight from a certified operator, trainee will learn water plant operations, involving water treatment theory/practice, plant equipment operation, maintenance and repair, distribution on system maintenance and repair, meter reading and customer service. Applicants must possess a valid MD driver’s license, a high school diploma or equivalent and must apply for Temporary Class IV Water Operators License within three months and must obtain a Class IV Water Operators License within five years.  The Town is an E.O.E. Applications and job description 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.

Talbot County – Housing Coordinator
Posted 11/1/19 – Closes 11/18/19


This part-time position is responsible for the development, management & administration of County-wide housing policies, programs, & projects. Provides administrative & technical support to the County & its citizens regarding development & implementation of housing initiatives. Responsibilities include advocating for & assisting Talbot County citizens with access to applicable housing services & grant opportunities; preparing grant applications/reports & coordination with Federal, State & local housing programs, funding resources & assisting the public as needed with housing program applications. Position works closely with MD Dept of Housing Community Development (DHCD); training will be provided on grant opportunities offered by DHCD applications. Also, acts as a liaison for state & local housing boards, commissions & committees to achieve County housing goals & priorities, to include Council appointed commissions or committees such as the Talbot County’s Affordable & Workforce Housing Commission. Approx. 20hrs/wk, some evening meeting attendance may be necessary.  Must have a minimum of 2yrs relevant professional experience. Full job description & application requirements available at www.talbotcountymd.gov.

Apply online or by mail to Employment Applications, Talbot County Government, 11 N. Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601 no later than November 18, 2019. Include resume, cover letter, & a minimum of 3 professional references. Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/Vets/Disabled.

Talbot County - Grants Administrator
Posted 11/1/19 – Closes 12/2/19


This part-time position is responsible for the research and development of federal and state grant applications on behalf of the County, including partnering with community agencies on County projects. Responsible for preparing grant applications, reports and overall grant management working with grant sub-recipients. Requirements:  Minimum of two years’ grant writing / management experience. Prefer candidates with Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Fiscal Management or related field. This position provides significant flexibility to the successful applicant regarding work hours and overall schedule, with more hours required during April/May/June when grant applications are due.

Apply online at applications@talbotcountymd.gov or by mail to Employment Applications, Talbot County Government, 11 North Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601.  Include resume, cover letter, and a minimum of three professional references. Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/Veterans/Disabled.

Talbot County - Treatment Plant Operator I
Posted 11/1/19 – Closes 11/22/19


Talbot County Department of Public Works has a full-time opening for Treatment Plant Operator.  Applicants should have a minimum of 1 year of experience in general mechanical maintenance and construction work, a High School Diploma or equivalent and a valid driver’s license. Applicant may be required to acquire Maryland CDL designation. Salary range starts at $32,000, plus full employee benefits.  You may view a full position description and apply online at www.talbotcountymd.gov. For best consideration submit an application by November 22, 2019. You may also mail applications to:  Employment Applications, Talbot County Government, 11 North Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601. Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/Vets/Disabled.

Office of the Attorney General - Child Support Attorney
Posted 11/1/19 – Closes 11/15/19


Description: The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants for a part-time Child Support Attorney to represent the Child Support Administration of the Department of Human Services in Howard County. Primary responsibilities of this position involve state court litigation in the area of child support establishment and enforcement, and providing general agency advice and counsel.

Experience: The ideal candidate for this position would have at least two years of experience in trial litigation, and excellent oral and written advocacy skills. Maryland Bar membership is required. Family law experience is highly desirable.
Submission: Interested persons should electronically submit their resumes in PDF to Charlton Howard, Chief, Office of 

Special Counsel, Charlton.Howard@maryland.gov. Please write "Child Support Administration – Howard County" in the subject line. Applicants who are invited for an interview may also be asked for a writing sample. Interested persons should submit their resumes by close of business day on Friday, November 15, 2019. Full details.

Office of the Attorney General - Child Support Attorney
Posted 11/1/19 – Closes 11/15/19


Description: The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants for a part-time Child Support Attorney to represent the Child Support Administration of the Department of Human Services in Howard County. Primary responsibilities of this position involve state court litigation in the area of child support establishment and enforcement, and providing general agency advice and counsel.

Experience: The ideal candidate for this position would have at least two years of experience in trial litigation, and excellent oral and written advocacy skills. Maryland Bar membership is required. Family law experience is highly desirable.

Submission: Interested persons should electronically submit their resumes in PDF to Charlton Howard, Chief, Office of Special Counsel, Charlton.Howard@maryland.gov. Please write "Child Support Administration – Howard County" in the subject line. Applicants who are invited for an interview may also be asked for a writing sample. Interested persons should submit their resumes by close of business day on Friday, November 15, 2019. Full details.

Office of the Attorney General - Assistant Attorney General
Posted 11/1/19 – Closes 11/15/19

Description: The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants for a full-time Assistant Attorney General to represent the Child Support Administration of the Department of Human Services in Baltimore City. Primary responsibilities of this position involve state court litigation in the area of child support establishment and enforcement, supervising a trial team of five attorneys, and providing general agency advice and counsel.

Experience: The ideal candidate for this position would have at least five years of experience in trial litigation, and excellent oral and written advocacy skills. Maryland Bar membership is required. Family law experience is highly desirable.

Submission: Interested persons should electronically submit their resumes in PDF to Charlton Howard, Chief, Office of Special Counsel, Charlton.Howard@maryland.gov. Please write "Child Support Administration – Baltimore City" in the subject line. Applicants who are invited for an interview may  also be asked for a writing sample. Interested persons should submit their resumes by close of business day on Friday, November 15, 2019. Full details.

Bladensburg – Treasurer
Posted 10/25/19 – Open until filled


The Town of Bladensburg, Maryland in Prince George’s County is seeking a full-time Treasurer to manage their Finance Department.  This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or a related field and at least five years upper-level accounting experience.  Preferred candidates will be a CPA and/or have a Master’s Degree in Business, Accounting, or Public Administration, and have prior municipal or county governmental experience.  Strong computer knowledge is essential and candidates should be proficient in QuickBooks Enterprise Accounting Software and MS Office Programs.  The Treasurer is responsible for producing all financials, budgets, and variance analysis for the Town’s departments.  The Treasurer is also responsible for human resources functions such as payroll and management of employee benefits.  Candidates must have great verbal, writing, and presentation skills as to communicate the Town’s financials and budgets to the public.  

The best consideration will be given to those who respond by November 8, 2019. Full details.  

Colmar Manor – Administrative Assistant
Posted 10/25/19 - Open Until Filled


The Town of Colmar Manor is looking for a part-time Administrative Assistant to work in our busy administrative department. The Administrative Assistant provides administrative support under the direction of the Clerk-Treasurer and/or Mayor. This position is responsible for extending upon the efficiency and effectiveness of the Administrative Office. Often the Administrative Assistant is the first point of contact for residents and the general public. This position requires a person who likes working with the public, is friendly and professional, detail oriented, able to prioritize and can multi-task effectively.

This is a part-time position with an average of 20-24 hours per week. $17/hour. Resume and cover letter should be sent to kcooper@colmarmanor.org. Full details.

Oxford – Police Officer
Posted 10/25/19 – Open until filled


The Commissioners of the Town of Oxford are currently accepting applications for a Sworn Police Officer for the Oxford 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 Chief of Police, the Commissioners of Oxford, the Town Administrator, the police officers in the Department, and other town staff. The successful candidate will have the ability to responsibly uphold and enforce State, County, and Town laws and regulations, 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 Commissions (MPTC) certified or meet comparative compliance standards; must be a US citizen; have a high school diploma and preferably a two-year degree in criminal justice; and must possess a valid Maryland driver's license. The Town offers a generous benefit package including Maryland State Retirement. Salary commensurate on experience. Please send resumes by email to lryan@bbcmlaw.com.

Gaithersburg – Legislative Affairs Manager
Posted 10/18/19 – Open until filled


The City of Gaithersburg Office of the City Manager is accepting applications for an experienced and skilled Legislative Affairs Manager to assist in coordinating, developing, and advancing the City's legislative program. The Legislative Affairs Manager analyzes legislative and regional issues and prepares written policy options for the City Manager and Mayor and City Council members.  A primary job focus is to represent the City during the Maryland State Legislative session and at Montgomery County Legislative Hearings. The successful candidates will also have the opportunity to perform other intergovernmental activities, functions, programs, and objectives.

The ideal candidate will be a self-starter; master multi-tasker with superior research, analytical, and writing skills; attentive to detail; a good communicator with strong people skills; able to take ownership of responsibilities from beginning through timely completion; and have the ability to manage conflicting priorities with minimal guidance. Good judgment, integrity, common sense, customer focus, and the ability to be diplomatic and professional are essential.  The position requires representing the City at various meetings and hearings, including travel to Annapolis two to three times per week during the Legislative Session.

The expected starting salary range for this position is $58,362 to $75,871 annually, negotiable DOQ, plus top notch benefits package, excellent work/life balance, and opportunities for professional growth.  Open until filled; apply by October 30, 2019, for best consideration. Interested applicants must apply online to be considered.  Full details.

Hyattsville – Building and Grounds Supervisor
Posted 10/18/19 – Open until filled


This position, which reports to the Superintendent of Public Works, will oversee maintenance and repair of the facilities and grounds of the City of Hyattsville. Scope of duties includes making site surveys, preparing specifications for job estimates and bids, and supervising and training employees reporting to this position. This is a working supervisory position.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1.    Supervises and trains all employees in the maintenance department who maintain the building and grounds of the City.
2.    Hires workers, gives performance appraisals, and carries out disciplinary procedures.
3.    Schedules working hours and assigns projects.
4.    Develops schedule for routine maintenance and monitors performance to ensure that the schedule is followed, and the quality of work meets established standards.
5.    Works with Department Director and Superintendent of Public Works to prepare a budget for the department and reviews monthly financial reports to be aware of any deviations.
6.    Prepares reports for Superintendent of Public Works as required or requested.
7.    Works with Superintendent of Public Works to determine needs for major renovations, modifications, or new construction.
8.    Prepares specifications for job estimates and bids for major projects that are to be performed by outside contractors instead.
9.    Inspects and approves all work performed by outside contractors.

Applications may be downloaded online or picked up at the Hyattsville City Administrative Office, 4310 Gallatin Street, Hyattsville, MD, at the 3rd floor reception area, Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Questions on this vacancy may be directed to Vivian Snellman at 301-985-5043. Range $56,926 - $63,142. Full details.

Mount Rainier - Interim City Manager
Posted 10/18/19 – Open until filled


The City of Mount Rainier is seeking first an interim city manager and then a full-time city manager.  The City is taking this approach to allow time to review the status of the City prior to bringing on the full-time city manager.

Position Summary: Chief administrative officer of the city, responsible to the Mayor and Council for the administration of all city affairs placed in the city manager’s charge by or under the city charter, code, or ordinance.

Primary Functions of Interim City Manager: The Interim City Manager (ICM) shall provide all the services and duties ordinarily performed by the City Manager under the direction and control of the Mayor and City Council, and as set forth in the City Charter, position description and other applicable City written policies, rules, regulations, procedures, and directives of the Mayor and City Council. Among other things, the Interim City Manager has the authority to interview, hire and fire employees and direct the workforce subject to the specific limitations outlined in Employee Handbook, FOP contract, and appropriate federal and state laws.

The Interim City Manager shall provide quarterly reports, comply fully with reporting and disclosure of work accomplishments, goals, and objectives.

Length of Assignment:   Approximately four months, but may be extended if both parties agree to an extension

Resumes should be sent to Mount Rainier’s Mayor and Council/Attention:  Mayor Malinda Miles, One Municipal Place, Mount Rainier, MD 20712 or send email to Council@mountrainiermd.org with the subject line:  Interim City Manager Position. Full details.

Carroll County - Director, Fire & Emergency Medical Service (EMS)
Posted 10/18/19 – Open until filled


Manages the overall direction, administration and evaluation of the Department of Fire & Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Plans, develops, implements and evaluates the County’s fire and EMS policies and procedures. Works closely with the Department of Public Safety. Coordinates operations with the Carroll County Volunteer Emergency Services Association to prevent fires and protect the lives and property of Carroll County residents. Full details.

Montomery County - Manager III - Sediment and Stormwater Inspection Manager
Posted 10/18/19 – Closes 11/13/19


The Department of Permitting Services is seeking a Manager III, Sediment and Stormwater Inspection Manager, to join their team.

The position manages water resource program operations and regulatory requirements established in Federal, State and County law. This includes sediment control, stormwater management, floodplain management, special protection areas, and tree protection. This includes providing supervision, direction, and guidance to a group of field supervisors and inspectors in directing the day-to-day activities of the assigned section of the Land Development Division as well as overseeing programmatic procedures and amendments to maintain required program compliance.

The employee utilizes professional expertise for conformance with applicable codes, standards, and regulations and coordinates inspections with other sections of the Department of Permitting Services as well as other departments and agencies to ensure regulatory compliance with the construction standards. Ensures that requirements, policies, and procedures are correctly and uniformly interpreted and applied. Employee advises the Division Chief and Director in the evaluation State and County legislation and regulations. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Division Chief and higher level departmental managers. Salary Range: $77,453 - $141,566.

To view the complete job announcement and to apply, please visit our website, click on the “Search Jobs" tab, and then on the Job Search link Available Jobs. Read the full job description under the “General Professional" Job Category. The requisition number is IRC39907

Chevy Chase Village - Administrative & Constituent Services Assistant
Posted 10/11/19 – Open until filled


Chevy Chase Village, a municipal government in southern Montgomery County, seeks to fill full-time position of Administrative & Constituent Services Assistant.  Duties include working a base schedule of Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with occasional evening, weekend and holiday meetings and events; daily direct public contact; primary administrative support for a fast-paced highly professional office; establishes and coordinates work priorities to meet deadlines and ensure efficient workflow; coordinates community events, classes, and rental facility administration. Responsible for publishing monthly newsletter and annual community directory; must take routine board and committee meeting minutes. Successful candidate must be self-motivated, highly organized, and be able to: perform multiple tasks simultaneously; work independently and as part of a team.  Excellent written and oral communications skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office and Adobe InDesign required.  Previous government, specifically municipal gov’t., experience preferred.  Prior meeting and event planning experience is a plus.  Full background investigation, including driving records, will be conducted prior to a final offer of employment.  Starting salary:  $48,776 annual; generous benefits package.  Minimum of an AA in communications or related field required; equivalent experience accepted in lieu of degree.  Must have a valid driver’s license.

Submit resume and three business-related correspondence writing samples to: Chevy Chase Village c/o Village Manager or FAX 301-907-9721 or EMAIL ccvillagejobs@gmail.com (Subject Line: Administrative & Constituent Services Assistant position)

Cumberland  - Chief of Police
Posted 10/11/19 – Closes 11/22/19


Provides highly responsible and complex administrative and managerial assistance to the City Administrator and is directly responsible for the oversight of the Cumberland Police Department.  This is a supervisory position that works under the general direction and appointment of the City Administrator.  The responsibilities include oversight and approval of police department employees’ work product and coordination of multiple activities and resources including staff, supplies, equipment, funds and/or contract resources.  The decisions made through this position significantly impact the operations and effectiveness of the organization.

Judgment is required in the application of established policies, goals and objectives, as well as in the application of concepts, plans, and strategies that may deviate from traditional methods and practices.  Extensive interaction with the citizens of Cumberland and local media is considered an important aspect of the position. Salary Range:    $ 61,222 - $ 113,693 DOQ

Physical Requirements: Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and the public through the use of the telephone, electronic mail and personal contact, as normally defined by the ability to see, read, talk, hear, handle or feel objects and controls.  Physical capability to effectively use and operate various items of office related equipment such as, but not limited to, a personal computer, calculator, copier, and fax machine.  Significant standing, walking, moving, climbing, carrying, bending, kneeling, crawling, reaching, and handling, pushing, and pulling.

Education & Experience: Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, police science or related field, and ten or more years of progressively responsible police supervisory experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.  Graduation from the FBI National Academy or attendance at similar nationally recognized police management program(s) preferred.

For details and to apply: A cover letter and resume must be received by postal mail or email by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, November 22, 2019.  Application screening and interview scheduling may take 3-4 weeks from the closing date of recruitment to complete.  To ask additional questions, receive a copy of the recruitment brochure, or provide additional information, please contact: Ms. April Howser, Human Resources Officer, (301) 759-6415 or april.howser@cumberlandmd.gov.  You can also refer to the City of Cumberland website.

Laurel – Crew Leader
Posted 10/11/19 – Opened until filled


This position is the first line supervisor overseeing the work of unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled employees performing maintenance, repair and construction activities.  The position is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of assigned their employees.  Performance of manual tasks in assigned work is required.  This position performed under the supervision of the Street Maintenance Supervisor but leeway is granted to exercise independent judgment and initiative. This position must establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, contractors, vendors and the Public. The principal duties of this position are performed in an outdoor work environment with potential personal hazards.

QUALIFICATIONS: High School diploma or GED and two (2) years’ experience directing and supervising maintenance activities related to roadways and appurtenant structures, traffic control devices, and snow removal operations.  Applicant must have two years’ experience in street construction or maintenance activities including the use of Traffic Control Zones.  Must possess a Maryland Class B Commercial Driver’s License with Air Brakes endorsement or a comparable driver’s license issued by the employee’s state of residence, and a proven safe driving record. Possession of a current Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) or American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) Flagger Certification Card.  Completion of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) command courses required by the City Office of Emergency Management within six (6) months of employment with the City. Estimated annual $44,389. EOE

MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL EXAMINATION, INCLUDING A DRUG SCREEN, AND A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK. CLOSING DATE:  October 24, 2019 or until filled. City website.

Takoma Park - Budget and Accounting Manager
Posted 10/11/19 – Open until filled


The City of Takoma Park seeks a self-motivated Budget & Accounting Manager to perform specialized duties related to the preparation, management, and accuracy of reports, financial information, and the City’s annual budget. This full-time position reports to the Finance Director, and is an integral part of a 5-person Finance Team, working closely with each of its members.  Among other things, this position will assist the Finance Director with management of accounting functions. The starting salary for the position is competitive and commensurate with experience, generally falling into a salary range of $73,149 to $85,585. Full details.

Charles County - Director of Emergency Services
Posted 9/27/19 – Open until filled


Charles County Government, located in Southern Maryland, approximately 35 miles outside of Washington, DC, offers a unique opportunity to work in one of the fastest growing counties in the Metropolitan Washington area. We proudly serve the residents and businesses in the County as we continue to expand opportunities for all.

We seek a dynamic Director of Emergency Services who will utilize their technical, collaborative and leadership skills to bolster the efforts of the hardworking staff of the department as they serve our growing community of over 160,000 residents. With that growth comes opportunities to engage staff in the areas of skills development, creation of a new vision for the department, and change management. The successful candidate will develop a strong collaborative relationship within the department as well as with the volunteer fire fighters in the County and other jurisdictions.  The Director will work to understand the evolving needs of our diverse community and work to create partnerships to better serve the citizens of Charles County.  The incumbent will serve a major role in leading the successful finalization and implementation of a recent strategic assessment of the department. Full details.  

Charles County - Engineer I
Posted 9/27/19 – Open until filled


Charles County Government is looking to fill two Engineer I positions. The Engineer I 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.

Training and Education: Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering.
Experience: One year of engineering experience.
Licenses or Certificates: Valid driver's license and Engineer in Training (EIT) Certificate preferred.
Full details.  

Wicomico County - Grant Coordinator
Posted 9/27/19 – Open until filled


Full-time grant funded/contractual. Coordinate and implement the grant application and management process including: identification of potential new funding sources, development of funding resources for existing and proposed programs and/or services, writing grants, developing budgets, collaborating on grant applications with various community providers and or governmental agencies, as well as processing, monitoring and coordinating required report evaluations on existing grants. Monitors the financial management of grants (e.g. budget preparation, modifications, expenditures, etc.) for the purpose of complying with all program and funding guidelines of awarding organizations.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in fiscal management, or related field desirable, Quantitative/qualitative research methodologies and experience in data driven assessment is required. Two years’ experience grant writing preferred, Two years’ experience budgeting, account reconciliations, accounts payable and general accounting functions required; and Additional Business Administration experience preferred. A comparable amount of training and experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications. Knowledge of local human service systems for children and families; Must be computer literate, competent in MS Word, MS Office, spreadsheets such as Excel; Must understand and prepare grant budgets and manage same; Must have the experience and intuitive understanding of when to seek additional direction, help and guidance; Must be a team player; Ability to work with federal or state grant compliance regulations; Ability to work with agency and department heads, organizations and other community leaders; Conflict resolution skills; and Excellent written and oral communication skills Possession of a valid driver’s license. Must pass background and drug testing.

Salary: $40,000. Send application and resume to: Wicomico County, Department of Human Resources, 125 N. Division Street, Salisbury, MD 21801. 410-334-3105. FAX: 410-334-3111, Website: www.wicomicocounty.org, Email: hr@wicomicocounty.org

Edmonston - Police Officers
Posted 9/20/19 – Open until filled


The Edmonston Police Department is accepting applications and resumes for the following position Experienced 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 Standards Commission (MPTSC) and State laws and Towns 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 Ave, Edmonston, Maryland 20781. Flyer.

WSSC Water - Wastewater Plant Superintendent
Posted 9/20/19 – Open until filled


WSSC Water, one of the nation’s largest water and resource recovery utilities in the nation, seeks Wastewater Plant Superintendents to plan, direct and manage the overall long-term operation and maintenance of one or more large wastewater treatment plants and related remote facilities.  The Wastewater Plant Superintendent is responsible for ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local regulations applicable to the managed facilities.

Key Responsibilities:

• Plans, organizes and directs the activities of one or more major wastewater treatment plants and related remote facilities
• Initiates and participates in long-range planning, engineering, testing, acceptance and transition to routine operation and maintenance of capital improvement projects for existing and future treatment plants and remote facilities
• Confers with supervisors and staff; analyzes, evaluates and makes determinations concerning plant operations and maintenance
• Reviews plant operating data to make operational and maintenance decisions which require immediate action
• Approves design and make equipment/process modifications
• Sets priorities for repairs and modifies procedures to adjust for non-operating equipment
• Performs operational review of plans and specifications for new plants, expansions and process modifications
• Responsible and legally accountability for the effective operation, maintenance and management of all aspects of a major wastewater treatment plant

Salary Range:  $114,296 - $174,478. To learn more about WSSCWater, please visit www.wsscwater.com.  Full details.

Berwyn Heights - Code Compliance Officer II
Posted 9/13/19 – Open until filled        


Qualifications or Skill Required:
•    High school diploma or equivalent plus up to one (1) year post-secondary education or technical training in business or construction.  
•    Certification as International Code Council property maintenance and housing inspector certification preferred.  Those without current certification will be required to obtain certification within one year of hire.  
•    Three (3) years of previous administrative or municipal experience including customer service.  An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted.
•    Must have basic knowledge of computer use, including working knowledge of MS Word and Excel.
•    Must maintain a current, valid driver’s license.

Responsibilities:
•    Inspect town properties for compliance with Town Ordinances, rental property, interior and exterior property maintenance and refuse collection standards.
•    Issue warnings and violation notices, assess fines and arranges abatements.
•    Receive and investigate complaints and reports of code violations, issues correction notices and municipal infractions for resolution.
•    Assess fines, issues citations for municipal infractions and attaches liens for unpaid fines or fees.

Interested applicants should: Forward a cover letter, resume and a completed Town Application to Yvonne Odoi at yodoi@berwynheightsmd.gov or mail it to Town of Berwyn Heights 5700 Berwyn Road, Berwyn Heights, MD 20740 Attn: Yvonne Odoi. Full details.

College Park - Code Enforcement Field Supervisor
Posted 9/13/19 – Open until filled

The City of College Park, MD seeks an experienced professional to supervise the Code Enforcement officers. This position reports to the Director of Public Services and will supervise  a team of approximately  5 full-time and 3 part-time staff as well as handle their own code enforcement caseload.  The City is looking for an experienced Code Enforcement Supervisor who can mentor field officers in a proactive enforcement culture while also employing direct code enforcement skills.

Responsibilities include and are not limited to:  process own enforcement caseload; oversee the daily activities and casework of the other officers; schedule field officers to optimize efficiency and productivity; maintain best practices through supervision and professional development; prepare and conduct timely performance evaluations; serve as a resource person on difficult enforcement issues; and represent the City in court.  The ideal candidate will display a high degree of customer service, a strong commitment to public service, and will demonstrate excellent communication and relationship-building skills.  

Required qualifications are: a minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience as a code enforcement officer and a minimum of two years supervisory experience; an associate’s degree in a related field, or any combination of education and experience that qualifies a candidate for the position; excellent customer service and communication skills and an empathetic demeanor; strong and effective community-based, problem-solving experience; and experience handling code enforcement cases in a court of law.  Candidates with a strong customer service background are encouraged to apply.  The successful candidate must obtain the AACE Code Enforcement Administrator designation within six months of hire, if they do not already have it.

The hiring range is anticipated to be $59,793 to $82,888, depending on experience, plus excellent benefits.  The complete pay range for the position is $59,793 to $98,662, providing room for growth in the future.  To be considered in the first review of candidates, submit your application online including a cover letter and resume.  

Rockville - Assistant City Attorney or Senior Assistant City Attorney
Posted 9/13/19  –  Open until filled


The City of Rockville is seeking an experienced attorney for its in-house City Attorney's Office.  Applicants must be a member of the Maryland State Bar and have experience in providing legal counsel and representation on a variety of matters with minimal supervision.  Experience in local government law, land use, legislation, petitions for judicial review, and the Maryland Public Information Act/Freedom of Information Act is preferred.  The position entails providing legal counsel related to all aspects of municipal law including land use, legislation, personnel, transactional matters, code enforcement and litigation.  The position requires the ability to attend regular evening and weekend meetings and to handle a heavy workload. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing legal advice to staff from all departments; preparing and reviewing documents including easements, leases, and other agreements; representing the City in administrative appeals and litigation before State and Federal Courts; and analyzing and recommending solutions to complex and unique legal problems.  The successful applicant must be able to take the initiative in identifying and resolving issues and demonstrate the ability to work independently in performing his/her duties in a fast-paced work environment.  Full Details

Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission - Public Affairs and Marketing Division Chief
Posted 9/13/19 – Open until filled


Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), a six-time National Gold Medal Winner for excellence in parks and recreation management, is seeking a dynamic, innovative communicator and savvy marketing specialist to be its next Public Affairs and Marketing Division Chief. This position reports to the Deputy Director for Facility Operations and supervises a six-member team of supervisors and managers responsible for Graphics (print, interactive, and web), Community Relations and Outreach, Media Relations, Publications, Marketing, and Volunteer Services and Community Partnerships. The division has an FY20 annual budget of $3.2 million.

Minimum qualifications for the position include a bachelor’s degree or four years of experience in public or business administration, or related fields such as communications, marketing or public relations, eight years of broad and varied experience as an administrative specialist or related position, including two years of supervisory experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Preferred qualifications include a master’s degree and ten years of experience in planning and implementing communications and marketing programs, with at least five years of strategic leadership and management experience.

The salary range for this position is $85,345 to $146,038 annually, depending upon the successful candidate's experience and qualifications. The Commission provides a robust and highly competitive benefits program.

To be considered for this opportunity, please complete an online application. Posting # 13584. This position is open until filled; first review of resumes occurs on October 9, 2019. Please direct inquiries about this recruitment to Sharon Klumpp at 651-223-3053 or sharon.klumpp@bakertilly.com.

College Park - Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 9/6/19 – Open until filled
 

Full-time Code Enforcement Officer position with some nights and weekends. Primary duties include ensuring compliance with City codes and ordinances related to property maintenance, zoning, fire safety and noise, for both commercial and residential properties in the City. 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 and Housing and Zoning Inspector, MD Fire Service Personnel Qualifications Board certification as Fire Inspector I, II and III and Community Noise Enforcement certification are preferred; but will consider entry level applicants* with related experience in other fields such as OSHA, Fire Safety, or Criminal Justice. Bilingual candidates encouraged to apply.  Starting wage will depend on qualifications with a minimum of $21.45 plus excellent benefits.  

*Entry level applicants must achieve certification as Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector and Fire Inspector I during six-month probation.

Must apply online at: www.collegeparkmd.gov. Please attach a cover letter expressing interest and a current resume. EOE

Hyattsville - Coordinator, Youth Programs
Posted 9/6/19 – Open until filled


The City of Hyattsville offers numerous youth programs throughout the year. Primary among them are programs for toddlers and parents, seasonal camps for elementary-age children, and an afterschool teen program. The Youth Programs Coordinator will be involved in all three programs reporting directly to the City’s Supervisor of Recreation and Events. Pay Range: $22.29- $25.09 per hour commensurate with experience- 40 hours per week. Full details.

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS
•    Serve as Camp Director for all seasonal camps. Recommend for hire, train, and monitor camp coaches, set schedules including regular morning/afternoon breaks and lunch breaks for camp staff, establish daily work routines, and ensure that City policies and departmental procedures are followed. Plan and manage camp activities, field trips and transportation. Ensure camp activities and facilities are safe and hygienic. Manage registration and fees and effectively interface with parents and guardians. Conduct regular evaluation of the camps and seek constant improvement. Purchase all supplies, equipment and snacks. Perform all administrative tasks including accurate billing and recordkeeping.
•    Direct and carry out the Creative Minds program for toddlers and their parents or caretakers. Plan and lead activities and carry out promotion and recruitment. Conduct regular evaluation of the program and seek constant improvement. Manage registration and fees. Purchase all supplies and equipment.
•    Serve as support staff at the City’s teen programs, by leading or assisting with activities, performing administrative tasks, and ensuring the safety and well-being of participants.

Montgomery County - Manager III
Posted 9/6/19 – 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. Given this mission, the Department has a vast array of programs and initiatives that support these objectives. Several of these programs are funded by dedicated taxes or fees paid by the residents of Montgomery County, in addition to the general taxes paid.  It is critical that the population of the County understands the benefits that these programs they pay for bring to improve our quality of life.  This position is to enhance the Department’s communication and outreach efforts to the residents, businesses and many partners in the community.

DEP is seeking to fill a Manager III position to manage the day-to-day activities of the department’s public information and communications as well as supervise a team of communications and outreach staff. This position will report to the Director of the Department.  The Manager for Communications and Public Engagement will focus on integrating all communication and outreach in DEP and developing a comprehensive communication program that informs and engages staff, other county agencies, county council, advocacy groups, media, and the public about the department’s initiatives, programs, and events.  This integration will be achieved through development and implementation of a strategic plan for communications, use of various forms of communication including social media, websites, presentations, speeches, etc. and outreach to the county residents through various partnerships. Salary Range: $77,453 - $141,566. Full details.

Chevy Chase Village - Seasonal Laborer: Leaf Collection
Posted 8/29/19 – Open until filled


Chevy Chase Village, a municipal government in southern Montgomery County, seeks to hire two (2) seasonal laborers to assist with the 2019 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 a number of 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

Minimum Qualifications Include:
•    Three (3) months to one (1) year of experience performing manual or similar work
•    Some High School
•    Combination of educational, professional or volunteer experience

This position is temporary with employment beginning in October, 2019 and ending in December, 2019 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 $15.05 per hour with no benefits. A full background check will be performed.

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)

District Heights - Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 8/29/19 - Open until filled

The City of District Heights is soliciting applications for qualified interested individuals, to fill a vacancy in the open competitive position of Code Enforcement Officer on a permanent basis.  

In order to be considered for a permanent appointment to this position, the successful applicant will need to fulfill a one year probationary period as a Code Enforcement Officer in the City of District Heights.  This vacancy is a full-time position.

This position is responsible for the enforcement of specific local laws titled, Code of Ordinances, for the City of District Heights, but not limited to those pertaining to building, zoning, land use, subdivisions, site plans, multiple dwellings, mobile homes, unsafe structures, signs, junk and abandoned vehicles, excavation, demolition, dumping, garbage and refuse, floodplain and storm water management, fencing, grass, dogs running at large, trees, as well as the State of Maryland and the Prince Georges County, Fire Protection and Building Code, and also the issuance of permits and the conducting of related inspections in connection with those matters. Full details.

Greenbelt - City Treasurer
Posted 8/22/19 – 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 Finance Department after the retirement of its 30+ year director. The retiring treasurer will briefly work in tandem with the new treasurer to support a smooth transition in this long-time GFOA award winning organization.  The City Treasurer is the head of the Department of Finance and is responsible for the administration of the financial affairs of the City. The Department of Finance is responsible for business and financial planning which includes budget development, debt management, accounting revenue collection, vendor payments and payroll.  Minimum qualifications:  A Bachelor’s Degree and additional coursework from an accredited college or university in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or a related field and 10 of more years of progressively responsible related experience.  A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is desirable.  A Master’s degree or equivalent in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or a related field will be considered in lieu of a CPA license.  Local government finance experience is preferred.  Salary low to mid $100,000’s. Full details.

Greenbelt - Environmental Coordinator I
Posted 8/22/19 – Open until filled


Assists in developing and implementing policies, programs and partnerships that protect the natural environment and promote the City’s environmental initiatives.  Serves as the City liaison on Environmental Committees and provides assistance and guidance to the Committees.  Meets with citizens and neighborhood groups and homeowners associations on matters pertaining to the environment and conducts formal and informal presentations.  Must possess considerable knowledge in order to capture, store, manipulate, analyze and manage data in a Geographical Information System (GIS).  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Environmental Science, or a related field and one to two 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.  A City of Greenbelt application is required.  Salary range - $45,448 - $53,476. Please log onto www.greenbeltmd.gov to complete an application and review our summary of benefits.

Hyattsville - Grant Crime Analyst
Posted 8/22/19 – Open until filled

                                                             
The City of Hyattsville is seeking an individual to fill the position of Contractual Grant Crime Analyst for the Hyattsville Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network Site (MCIN) Grant.  This is a grant funded contract position with an annual salary range of $50,000 - $55,000.  Placement within the range will be based on qualifications and experience. There are no other employment benefits or relocation expenses associated with the position.  Full time position and incumbent will work 40 hours per week.

The Hyattsville City Police Department Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network Site (MCIN) addresses crime in the City and surrounding contiguous areas in Prince George’s County.  The program aggressively tracks violent offenders and criminal gang members utilizing investigations in a multi-agency collaboration with Federal, State, County and municipal public safety agencies and community partners.  Grant funds provide salaries, and overtime pay for investigations and support crime reduction patrols targeted at the dismantling and disruption of criminal gangs and criminal offenders.  

The MCIN Crime Analyst is a newly created civilian contract position and all relevant experience should be noted in the application and/or resume to be considered.   The successful candidate will demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of database administration and mapping programs associated with crime analysis.  The candidate will possess the ability to write reports of a technical nature and have a working knowledge of the criminal justice system. Full details.  

Hyattsville - Grant Coordinator
Posted 8/22/19 – Open until filled


The City of Hyattsville is seeking an individual to fill the position of Contractual Grant Coordinator for the Hyattsville Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network Site (MCIN).  This is a grant funded, contract position with an annual salary range of $55,000 - $65,000.  Placement within the range will be based on qualifications and experience. There are no other employment benefits or relocations expenses associated with the position.  This is a full-time position working 40 hours per week.

The Hyattsville City Police Department Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network Site (MCIN) addresses crime in the City and surrounding contiguous areas in Prince George’s County.  The program aggressively tracks offenders and criminal gangs by utilizing investigations in a multi-agency collaboration with Federal, State, County and municipal public safety agencies and community partners.  Grant funds provide salaries, and overtime pay for investigations and support crime reduction patrols targeted at the dismantling and disruption of criminal gangs and criminal offenders.  

The MCIN Coordinator is a newly created civilian contract position, and all relevant experience should be noted in the application and/or resume to be considered.  Full details.

Annapolis – Facilities Maintenance Supervisor
Posted 8/19/19 – Open until filled


Responsible as a working supervisor for ensuring that maintenance and repairs to City facilities are properly completed; supervises daily operations of the buildings and building systems and responds to problems as they occur; and does related work as required.

This is highly responsible work supervising City buildings and building systems, and ensuring that all general maintenance and repair work is completed in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Supervision is exercised over the facilities stationary engineers and facilities maintenance technicians. Additionally, coordination and oversight of outside vendors is occasionally required. $59,327 - $100,011 (A13). Full details.

Hyattsville – Driver (CDL) Laborer
Posted 8/19/19 – Open until filled


Within the Department of Public Works this 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.

New Carrollton - Administrative Assistant
Posted 8/19/19 – 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, D.C.  New Carrollton has a diverse population of over 12,500 residents.
The City of New Carrollton is currently looking for an outgoing, highly organized, customer service oriented Administrative Professional to join our Administration Department.  This position will directly support the City Administrative Officer, and assist with implementing administrative systems, procedures and policies within the department.  The ideal candidate must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, be proficient with computer-based systems, and be comfortable communicating with residents, property owners and elected officials.  Previous experience working for a local government is a plus. Starting salary is $43,742.00; however, pay commensurate with experience. Full details.

Charles County - Director of Planning & Growth Management
Posted 8/8/19 – Open until filled


The Director performs executive planning and growth management work in directing the County's planning, codes and permits, inspections and enforcement, resource and infrastructure management, and transportation programs.  The work involves planning, organizing and directing the programs and functions directed to managing the county's land use, development, public facility planning, property acquisition, public transportation, and related areas.  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.

Training and/or Education: Master's degree in Planning, Business Administration, Management, Architecture, Engineering or related filed. Experience: Ten years of progressively responsible professional planning experience  
Licenses or Certificates: Valid driver's license, Certified AICP strongly preferred.

This position is open until filled with a best consideration date of August 29, 2019. Full details.  

Tri-County Council - Regional Communications Platform Developer
Posted 8/8/19 – Open until filled


The Regional Communications Platform Developer is an individual eager to play a key role in the Tri-County Council’s new regional branding and marketing strategy for the three counties of the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland. The position will be attractive to an individual who enjoys a semi-autonomous, creative atmosphere oriented toward projecting the effectiveness and visibility of an important regional organization. The ability to “brainstorm” with senior management and lead the conversation when necessary and essential. Salary: $45k - $50k annually. Full details.

MNCPPC - Director of Parks and Recreation
Posted 8/8/19 – Open until filled


Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is seeking a visionary Director of Parks and Recreation with demonstrated experience in advancing major park and infrastructure projects and recreation programs that contribute to a community’s overall quality of life. This position builds effective relationships with state, regional, and local officials and, without taking political sides, advocates and partners on behalf of the Commission.

This position requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, recreation management/administration, business administration or a comparable field, advanced degree preferred, and ten (10) years of senior level management experience, with at least five (5) years as executive or department head at a comparably complex organization engaged in the delivery of public parks and recreation and/or community programs or services. An equivalent combination of education and management experience will be considered. Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) designation as granted by the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) is a plus.

Candidates must submit an application here. This position is open until filled; first review of resumes begins September 13, 2019.  For more information, contact Sharon Klumpp at sharon.klumpp@bakertilly.com or 651-223-3053.

Centreville - Economic Development Manager
Posted 8/2/19 – Open until filled


The role of the Economic Development Manager (EDM) is to work to provide the necessary skills and experience to sustain, strengthen and expand the overall economic growth and development for the Town of Centreville MD in accordance with the Town’s current and future strategic plans. This part time contractual position will work collaboratively with the Centreville Economic Development Authority (CEDA), Main Street Manager, Centreville Town Council and other Town staff to identify and implement economic development initiatives to achieve the goals for economic growth of the Town. This position will perform a variety of strategic, administrative, technical and professional duties related to the timely delivery of economic development initiatives. Areas of economic development include: business retention and expansion, assisted living facilities, business recruitment, downtown revitalization, marketing, website content, and grant acquisition. Full details.

WSSC - Manager, Plant Engineering – Water & Wastewater
Posted 8/2/19 – 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 Plant Engineering Managers - for both our water filtration & distribution plants and wastewater treatment plants to participate in a rotation program among our water and wastewater plants to gain broad experience in overall plant activities.

Major responsibilities include assisting the Plant Superintendent in the overall management of the plant and associated off-site pumping stations and facilities; and, overseeing the digital process control system activities. The Manager, Plant Engineering will assume all Plant Superintendent duties when designated. Full details.

WSSC - Asset Strategy Manager
Posted 8/2/19 – 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 an Asset Strategy Manager – Support Facilities to be responsible for the development and management of WSSC’s Support Facilities asset management plans and the coordination of the Production Team’s asset management committee operations.  Specifically, the Asset Strategy Manger will coordinate facilities maintenance and operations staff activities by analyzing work order and asset performance data to provide input into the Asset Management Committee’s decision processes with respect to maintenance, capital and operational decisions. Full details.