Employment Opportunities

Frederick - Director of Housing and Human Services
Posted 3/26/20 – Closes 4/24/20


The Director of Housing and Human Services (the “Director”) is an appointed position that serves at the pleasure of the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Board of Aldermen. The Director is also accountable to and receives direction from the independent Boards of Directors of the Frederick Community Action Agency (FCAA) and the Friends for Neighborhood Progress 501(c)(3) (FFNP). In this capacity, the Director provides executive leadership to the Department of Housing and Human Services and is responsible for the strategic planning, organization, operation, and management of multiple department programs and services. In support of the City’s established mission and goals, this position develops and executes strategies to lead City efforts as a welcoming community with increased opportunities for people of all incomes to reside in the City and to provide robust human services outreach to support vulnerable residents. The position is responsible for leading community-based services, ensuring human rights are maintained, maintaining appropriate licensure and accreditation, and identifying, securing, and utilizing funding streams. Department operations include the programs administered by the FCAA, the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), weatherization and energy assistance programs, human services outreach programs, Moderately Priced Dwelling Unit program (MPDU) and various housing and neighborhood programs. Additionally, FFNP receives and administers grants from federal, state, and local governments as well as donations from foundations and the public in connection with programs jointly operated with the City and FCAA. The position requires considerable public contact with numerous groups, boards and commissions, non- profit entities, County, State, and Federal departments and officials as well as clients of the above-named programs and citizens of Frederick City and County. Full details.

Frederick – Arborist
Posted 3/26/20 – Closes 4/26/20


Under general direction of the Parks Superintendent, the Arborist oversees a comprehensive tree maintenance program for The City of Frederick. Performs administrative and technical work responsible for the day-to-day supervision of planting, cultivation and maintenance of trees to ensure the continuity and health of community trees along city streets, parks and related areas, and oversees the landscape design of such areas. Supervises the care, maintenance and appearance of existing trees and reviews the planning of new landscape designs. Plans and supervises the activities of Arboricultural and Horticultural crews as well as providing training in tree care and equipment operation. Work involves frequent contact with the general public for providing technical assistance to individuals, groups and other City departments relating to arboriculture, forest insect and disease management, tree valuation, tree risk assessment and management, landscaping and tree preservation. The Arborist will desire to be part of an organization that values service, people, integrity, responsibility, innovation and teamwork. Full details.

Snow Hill - Town Manager
Posted 3/26/20 – Open until filled


The Town of Snow Hill seeks well-qualified candidate for Town Manager position. The Town is a small historic community located along the Pocomoke River on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.  

The Town has a work force of 23 full-time employees and 4 part-time employees, providing municipal services including police, public works and parks, water and wastewater services, and administrative services.  The Town Manager oversees Town staff, and a budget of approximately $3.3 million (general fund and water/sewer).  The Town Manager is appointed by the Mayor and three-member Town Council.  

The ideal candidate will have a well-rounded background with an understanding of municipal government operations covering many of the following areas: supervisory management, infrastructure maintenance and development, financial management and budgeting, general knowledge of planning and land development, as well as creating collaborative initiatives with the State and County to promote economic development and plan for capital improvement projects. Superior communication and leadership skills must be accompanied by a successful employment history that highlights excellent customer service and a proven ability to work with stakeholders including residents, employees, and the local business community. Five to ten years working in local government management is highly desired. A bachelor’s degree is preferred in public administration or related field.  Prior Town Manager experience is required.

TO APPLY: Send letter of interest/resume via email to Margot Resto, Town of Snow Hill, mresto@snowhillmd.com.  

Charles County - Planning Director
Posted 3/26/20 – Open until filled


This position performs management level land use, zoning, and resource and infrastructure planning and related work for the county. The work involves directing the county’s land use planning and related functions. Overall goals are set and the worker determines the specific tasks and assignments to be performed, independently handling new, unusual problems and deviations encountered in the work. The salary range is $84,588.00 - $110,185.00 Annually.
 
Training and Education: Bachelor’s degree in Planning, Geography, Engineering, or related field. Master’s degree preferred. Experience: Six years of progressively responsible professional planning experience.
 
This position is open until filled with a best consideration date of April 1, 2020. Full details.

Charles County - Planner II or III
Posted 3/26/20 – Open until filled


This position performs land use planning and related project or program supervision work for the County. The work involves the application of land use and environmental principles and concepts to planning projects; positions are assigned responsibility for major projects or programs within the division.  Overall goals are set and the worker determines the specific tasks and assignments to be performed, independently handling new, unusual problems and deviations encountered in the work.

Training and Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Planning, Geography, or Public Policy. Master’s degree in planning preferred. Experience: One to Five years of progressively responsible professional planning experience. Licenses or Certificates: Valid driver’s license.
 
This position is open until filled with a best consideration date of April 2, 2020. Full details.

M-NCPPC - Planning Supervisor
Posted 3/26/20 - Closes 4/3/20


The selected candidate will manage and direct the work program of a staff that includes Planner Coordinators, Senior Planners, Planners, Principal Planning Technicians, and Senior Planning Technicians; prioritize the work program and assist  with budget  preparations;  serve  as facilitator of multiple planning and implementation projects; monitor staff work performance and prepare performance appraisals; and represent the Planning Department on key issues and programs. As Planning Supervisor, you will play a leading role that oversees the review of various development applications that include, but are not limited to, detailed site plans, preliminary  plans  of subdivision, tree conservation  plans,  natural  resource  inventories  and  permitting.  The Supervisor will also play a key role in environmental policymaking and legislative decisions that affect development and planning in Prince George’s County. The position reports to the Division Chief and is part of the division management team. Salary is $71,266 - $124,203. Full details.

Berwyn Heights - Administrative Manager
Posted 3/20/20 - Open until filled

 
The Town of Berwyn Heights is accepting applications for an Administrative Manager in the Department of Public Works. The Administrative Manager will be the head of the department, managing the work flow and administrative functions of the department. Candidates with a background in public administration are encouraged to apply.  A bachelor’s degree is preferred but not required.  Must be able to attend occasional meetings or respond to emergency situations and weather events, during the evenings and on weekends. Pay range is $64,000 - $84,000 depending on experience.  Interested persons should submit an application and cover letter to mailto:yodoi@berwynheightsmd.gov.  First review of applications will be on April 17, 2020. Full details.  

Gaithersburg - City Manager
Posted 3/20/20 – Open until filled


The City of Gaithersburg is seeking a City Manager. The current City Manager will be retiring. The City has a history of stability and civility, strong leadership, and a workforce committed to exceptional service.

The City Manager oversees all staff except for the City Attorney. The City Manager is responsible for all department directors and the Deputy City Manager, Assistant City Manager, and Assistant to the City Manager. Residency is not required.

Experience and Education
Minimum qualifications are a bachelor’s degree and at least ten years of local government experience. Preferred qualifications include a master’s degree; ICMA-CM; and strong skills in intergovernmental relations, financial management, economic development and redevelopment, human resources, and strategic planning.

Compensation
The salary range for this position is $200,000 - $230,000, DOQ. Full details. Open until filled with the first review of applications on April 27, 2020.

Frederick – Intake Worker
Posted 3/13/20 – Closes 4/10/20


The primary duties of this position involve interviewing clients requesting assistance with energy needs, assisting clients with the OHEP application process, determining eligibility for program benefits, providing energy conservation counseling, networking and making community referrals for residents needing energy assistance. Clients are interviewed on a walk-in or phone-in basis and are usually in crisis due to the lack of fuel and/or a utility cut-off. The position is fast-paced and involves continuous public contact. Direct supervision is received from the Manager of Energy Assistance Services. Full details.

Frederick – Case Manager
Posted 3/13/20 – Closes 4/10/20


The primary responsibility of the Case Manager is to provide comprehensive case management services to families and/or individuals who are low-income or homeless. Duties of the Case Manager include coordinating all aspects of social service delivery to clients; attaining entitlements, shelter and/or housing, employment, and support services; providing information and referral services; and providing outreach services as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Full details.

Frederick – Assistant Director
Posted 3/13/20 – Closes 4/10/20


The primary responsibility of the Assistant Director is to administer certain aspects of the day-to-day function and operation of the Frederick Community Action Agency. General duties of the Assistant Director include: administration of program operations; supervision and training of supervisors, case managers, and other staff; preparation, submission and monitoring of grant applications and reports; participation in agency- wide planning and the development of new programs/program components; performing or facilitating all aspects of programmatic and grant reporting and documentation. This individual will receive direct supervision from the Director of the Frederick Community Action Agency and the FCAA Board of Directors. The Director of the Frederick Community Action Agency serves as the hiring authority for this position. Full details.

Frederick – Technician Utility Maintenance
Posted 3/13/20 – Closes 4/10/20


Under general supervision of the Department Foreman or other employee designated to supervise, the Technician Utility Maintenance will perform physically demanding, skilled manual work. This position is considered essential personnel and will be required to respond to emergencies as needed throughout the Department of Public Works. Full details.

Greenbelt - Aquatics Coordinator
Posted 3/13/20 – Open until filled

 
The City of Greenbelt, MD, a progressive and diverse community of 21,000, is looking for an energetic and resourceful person to work at the Greenbelt Aquatics and Fitness Center (GAFC) as an Aquatics Coordinator.  This position is responsible for developing and implementing aquatic and fitness programs and activities, and supervises the staff, activities and programs conducted at the GAFC.  Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation, Physical Education or Kinesiology or a related field and one year of progressively responsible related experience in an aquatic facility or any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.  Must have Prince George’s County Pool Operator’s License, American Red Cross Lifeguarding/ First Aid/CPR/AED Certification American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Certification preferred and America Council on Exercise Certification required within three months of employment.  To view the job specification, benefits summary and to apply, log onto www.greenbeltmd.gov.  Starting Salary - $50,221A City application is required.

Bel Air - Planner II
Posted 3/6/20 – Open until filled


The Town of Bel Air is accepting applications for the full-time position of Planner II. This is an intermediate level position in the Department of Planning & Community Development, involving complicated technical planning assignments. This individual will coordinate the enforcement of the Town Code, provide administrative support to the Historic Preservation Commission and review and process zoning permits, and have primary responsibility for development and maintenance of the Town’s Geographic Information System.  The employee performs work under the supervision of the Director through conferences, reports, observation of results and team assignments. The position requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, preferably in a related field, and two (2) years of relevant experience. Computer literacy using Microsoft Office software applications and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is required. The work schedule is Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, plus availability to attend public meetings in the evening. Location: 705 E. Churchville Rd., Bel Air, MD. Apply online.

Easton - Assistant Finance Officer
Posted 3/6/20 – Closes 4/15/20

 
The Town of Easton is recruiting for an Assistant Finance Officer that will oversee all aspects of purchasing, grants, accounts payable and payroll functions.  Reports to and perform other duties and powers as delegated by the Finance Officer.

The job requirements include a Bachelor Degree in accounting, business or the equivalent, plus a minimum of five years in accounting with increasing responsibilities, governmental accounting experience is a plus.  The candidate would be required to obtain their CPA certification within 5 years.  Work is performed independently within established policies and procedures.

The Town of Easton offers an excellent compensation and benefit package and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Please forward cover letter and resume to Human Resources, P.O. Box 520, Easton, MD 21601 by April 15, 2020.

Hyattsville - Director of Community Services & Civic Engagement Programming
Posted 3/6/20 – Open until filled


The Director of Community Services and Programs is a member of the executive leadership team of the City of Hyattsville, reporting directly to the City Administrator and responsive to the City Council. The position is responsible for the execution of various City services and programs including:  recreation; toddler, youth and teen services, senior, disabled, and age-friendly services; cultural and community events, outreach, and civic engagement; volunteer and neighborhood services; liaison with schools and partner community organizations; health and active living programs and City reception desk operations. The director oversees full time staff-members and part-time and seasonal employees as required. Full details.  

New Carrollton – Sanitation Crew chief
Posted 3/6/20 – 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 looking for a full-time Sanitation Crew Chief with a valid Class B Commercial Driver’s License to lead a crew in trash collection within the residential area of the City.  This individual will be responsible for one (1) of three (3) crews that collect trash for the City’s 2,500 single-family homes. Work assignments for this position are performed primarily outdoors with exposure to loud noise, moving machinery, dirt, dust, debris, chemicals, and foul odors.  Hourly rate starts at $18.17; however, pay commensurate with experience. For more information or to apply please visit our website.

Montgomery County - Manager III
Posted 3/6/20 – Open until filled


The mission of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is to enhance the quality of life in our community by protecting and improving Montgomery County’s air, water, and land in a sustainable way while fostering smart growth, a thriving economy, and healthy communities.

DEP is seeking an experienced individual to serve as a full-time Manager III (Section Chief) in the Department of Environmental Protection, Recycling and Resource Management Division, Recycling and Refuse Services Section. This position is responsible for the overall management of the Recycling and Refuse Services Section and administers the ongoing performance of the Refuse, Recycling and Yard Waste collectors, and the Section’s employees, including managers, supervisors, inspectors, and support personnel. Additionally, the position is responsible for planning, budgeting and implementing continuous operations improvements while assuring the quality of all County provided residential recycling and refuse collection services as well as the enforcement and prosecution of County laws controlling the collection and disposal of recycling and refuse. $79,176 - $144,751.

To view the complete job announcement and to apply, please visit our website and click on the “Search Jobs" tab, and then on the Job Search link. Read the full job description under the “Managerial Executive”  Job Category. The requisition number is IRC42465.

Annapolis - Chief of Comprehensive Planning
Posted 2/28/20 – Open until filled


Responsible to the Director of Planning and Zoning for the efficient performance of comprehensive planning activities, manages and supervises the work of employees within the division in developing and implementing plans; coordinates the activities of the division with activities of other division(s), City departments and jurisdictions; provides staff support and/or liaison to City boards and commissions, plan advisory committees and civic groups: acts on behalf of the Director in his/her absence. Full details.

Boonsboro - Town Planner & Zoning Administrator
Posted 2/28/20 – Open until filled


The Town of Boonsboro will be accepting resumes and applications for the position of Town Planner & Zoning Administrator through Friday, March 13, 2020. A Bachelor’s Degree in Planning, Environmental Planning, Public Administration or another related field is required. Experience with GIS, Land Use Planning, and Grants Administration is desired. More information regarding this position may be obtained online or at the Boonsboro Town Hall, 21 N. Main Street, Boonsboro, MD 21713, Monday – Friday between the hours of 8:00AM and 4:30PM.  

Elkton – Planner I
Posted 2/28/2020 – Open until filled


The Town of Elkton is seeking a Planner I to perform professional and administrative work in the field of urban planning under guidance and supervision of the Director of Planning. Performs entry level professional planning, research and analysis to ensure the orderly growth of the Town and efficient administration of Town resources. Work requires consistently high level of customer service while providing technical guidance and assistance to a variety of groups and individuals, including other Town departments, government officials, and a wide variety of public contacts on matters requiring judgment, firmness, and tact.

Requires Bachelor’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning or closely related field (AICP certification preferred) with one year of public sector professional planning experience strongly desired, or acceptable combination of education and experience.  Valid driver’s license and good driving record.  Hiring range $43,777 to $59,098. Full details.

Frederick – Program Assistant
Posted 2/28/20 – Open until filled


The primary responsibility of the Program Assistant is to perform custodial and maintenance duties and assist in the general operation of the FCAA. Duties include general cleaning of agency, transitional shelter, transitional apartments, and common areas of the rental apartments. Additional duties include performing grounds maintenance, restocking supplies, and assisting in the operation of food and nutrition programs. Full details.

Greenbelt - Community Planner II
Posted 2/28/20 – Open until filled

The City of Greenbelt, MD, a progressive and diverse community of 21,000, is looking for energetic and resourceful people who would be responsible for assisting with City planning functions including assisting with the preparation of planning studies, review of development plans, drafting of legislation, preparing reports, correspondence, coordinating capital projects and working with professional consultants.  Requirements : Master’s Degree in Urban or Community Planning, Urban Studies or related field with two years of progressively responsible experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.  City provides a generous fringe benefit package including medical, dental, life and retirement plans.  Salary range - $61,027 - $71,801. To view the job class specification, summary of benefits and to apply, log onto www.greenbeltmd.gov.  A City of Greenbelt application is required.  

Cambridge - Housing Specialist
Posted 2/21/20 – Open until filled


This is a two year, grant funded, independent consultant (IRS 1099) position that requires a highly responsible and skilled applicant. The Housing Specialist shall:

-Relocate to the City of Cambridge or expected to report to work in Cambridge.
-Provide oversight and full management of the City of Cambridge’s housing and neighborhood revitalization program.
-Possess strong organizational and administrative skills with the ability to prioritize a dynamic work program.
-Have excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as strong interpersonal skills.
-Be a creative problem-solver, have analytical skills, paying close attention to detail.
-Possess experience and knowledge in public processes, municipal code administration, project management, and real estate development/finance.
-Have experience in the practical application of real estate underwriting concepts and procedures.  
-Be able to coordinate and perform complex urban renewal functions, working under the direct supervision and guidance of the City Planner.
-Have in depth knowledge of urban and building design.
-Full details.

Frederick – Leader
Posted 2/21/20 – Closes 7/31/20


Working under the direction of the Recreation Supervisor and Camp Director, the Leader is responsible for providing a balanced, safe, fun and supervised program of recreational activities to children registered for summer camps. This position requires good leadership, written and communication skills. Full details.

Frederick  - Seasonal Helper
Posted 2/21/20 – Closes 7/31/20


The incumbent in the position of the Seasonal Helper in Parks Maintenance is responsible for performing a variety of manual to semi- skilled tasks relating to the maintenance of City-owned parks, grounds, and recreational areas. Full details.

Garrett Park - Parking Enforcement Officer
Posted 2/21/20 - Open Until Filled


The (Contract) Parking Enforcement Officer will work independently to enforce the Town’s parking policies and issue parking tickets as warranted. Job responsibilities include:

•    Monitor designated streets, lots, and other public areas in Town to ensure compliance with Town parking policies and ordinances. Monitoring may be accomplished through walking or in the (Contract) Parking Enforcement Officer’s private vehicle.
•    Issue parking warnings and write tickets for non-compliance using the Town-provided Montgomery County citation book. Coordinate with the Town Manager to send a copy of the citations to Montgomery County Public Safety Headquarters and to order new citation booklets as needed. Represent the Town at the County court during adjudication of parking appeals when required.
•    Work cooperatively with the Town Office and the public to promote and uphold applicable laws, codes and ordinances through efficient, equitable and fair parking enforcement activities.

This is a contract position estimated at 10 hours per week; working hours will be set by the Town and may vary. Pay is $19 - $30 hourly. Full details.

Charles County - Chief Equity Officer
Posted 2/21/20 – Open until filled


Reporting to the County Administrator, the Chief Equity Officer uses innovative and effective strategies to achieve racial equity within Charles County. The incumbent is responsible for the development, implementation and management of a strategic framework whereby the County’s diversity, inclusion and equity programming will be structured and maintained. The incumbent works collaboratively with county departments and partner agencies exercising broad direction over equity work across the County, provides leadership and training, and serves as the knowledge leader and is a catalyst for change in the field of racial equity. This position supports all County operations and functions in the evaluation of policy decisions, budgeting, programs and services with an equity perspective to determine how best to effect racially equitable outcomes and fair access to opportunity for all.  The incumbent also makes decisions independently within policies and procedures. The salary range is $84,588 - $110,185 annually.

Training and Education: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in sociology, education, public administration, ethnic studies, communication, or relevant field.
Experience: Minimum of 7 years of demonstrated successful and progressively responsible experience in program management and leadership in the administration of community, education and/or social justice programs which focus, in part or in whole, on elimination of structural racism and implementation of equity programming.

This position is open until filled with a best consideration date of March 22, 2020. Full details.

Montgomery County - Senior Human Resources Officer
Posted 2/21/20 – Open until filled


Reporting to the Director of ABS, you will develop collaborative relationships within the organization and with the Office of Human Resources (OHR), Office of Labor Relations, Payroll, and MC Time. You will provide expertise and analysis in employee management and performance, HR operations, and program development and implementation. This position has a responsibility for fostering a positive labor relations environment based on mutual trust, respect, and cooperation.

5+ years of professional experience in human resources management with experience in multiple disciplines, including Talent Acquisition and Management, Classification and Compensation, Performance Management, Employee and Labor Relations, and/or HR Compliance in a fast-paced environment; and a Bachelor’s Degree in human resource management, business or public administration, or related field (an equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted) is required. Annual salary: $77,453.00-$141,566.00

Submit your application and resume via the Montgomery County Government Careers website (Click "Search Jobs" then search for keywords "Senior Human Resources Officer"). Online brochure: executivesearch.cpshr.us

Wicomico County – Public Works Director
Posted 2/21/20 – Open until filled


Responsible for organizing, coordinating, and directing the activities and functions of the Public Works Department including both the Roads Division and Solid Waste Division. Full details.  

WSSC - Program Manager, Anaerobic Digestion/Combined Heat & Power
Posted 2/21/20 – Open until filled


WSSC Water, one of the nation’s largest water and resource recovery utilities in the nation, seeks a Program Manager, Anaerobic Digestion/Combined Heat & Power (AD/CHP) to plan, direct and manage the overall long-term operation and maintenance of the Anaerobic Digestion/Combined Heat & Power (AD/CHP) facility at the Piscataway Water Resource Recovery Facility in Accokeek, MD.

Key Responsibilities:
•    Assumes responsibility and legal accountability for the effective operation, maintenance and management of all aspects of a major AD/CHP plant including cake receiving, de-watering and side stream treatment operations
•    Plans, organizes and directs the activities of a major AD/CHP facility including thermal hydrolysis pre-treatment, mesophilic anaerobic digestion, fats, oils & grease handling equipment, cake receiving, de-watering operations, side stream treatment and combined heat & power processes and equipment
•    Confers with supervisors and staff, analyzes, evaluates and makes determinations concerning AD/CHP plant operations and maintenance
•    Acts as a WSSC Water project team member for the design and commissioning of the AD/CHP plant
•    Develops and maintains standard operating and emergency procedures and operation manuals for AD/CHP facility
•    Performs operational review of plans and specifications for the new AD/CHP facility, expansions and process modifications
•    Prepares and/or approves work schedules for 24 hour/day plant operations

To learn more about WSSC Water, please visit www.wsscwater.com.  If you are interested in applying for this opportunity (vacancy # 20-0119), please visit our Careers page. Salary Range:  $103,905 - $158,617.

WSSC - Sr. Manager, Asset Management Program
Posted 2/21/20 – Open until filled


WSSC Water, one of the nation’s largest water and resource recovery utilities in the nation, seeks a Sr. Manager, Asset Management Program (AMP) to lead the development and implementation of WSSC Water’s Asset Management Program.

Key Responsibilities:
• Directs and manages all operations related to organization of the asset management program
• Provides overall management and guidance to the AMP Strategic Committee
• Establishes asset management-related policies and procedures for the program
• Leads, plans and manages the development and implementation of the Asset Management Program (AMP) including the continuous improvement of asset management processes and practices within WSSC Water
• Provides expert advice on modifications to asset management processes and procedures; coordinates for the consistent implementation of asset management process and procedures within the organization
• Evaluates asset-related standards and determines necessary action to apply such standards within the organization
• Ensures that the outcomes of the WSSC Water Asset Management Program implementations meet the needs of strategic investment planning for the infrastructure
• Identifies resource requirements and performance data for the program

To learn more about WSSC Water, please visit www.wsscwater.com.  If you are interested in applying for this opportunity (vacancy # 20-0114), please visit our Careers page. Salary Range:  $114,296 - $174,478.

Cambridge - Finance Director
Posted 2/14/20 – Open until filled


City seeking a Finance Director responsible for the collection, custody, monthly financial reporting and disbursement of taxes and other public funds and the proper recording of all financial transactions. A Bachelor’s Degree in business or related field from an accredited college (CPA preferred). Prefer progressively responsible accounting experience.  Salary commensurate with experience. Great benefits package included.   E-mail resume: pcomiskey@choosecambridge.com (410-228-4020).  Cambridge is EOE.

College Park – Mechanic / Fleet Supervisor
Posted 2/14/20 – Open until filled


Full-time position for an experienced truck mechanic.  Work involves preventive maintenance, diagnostic and repair work on all types of City vehicles and motorized equipment, including automobiles, pickup trucks, dump trucks, trash trucks, lawn and grounds equipment, etc.; vehicle records maintenance; and assigning and overseeing the work of one mechanic. Must have previous experience with all those functions; a valid commercial driver’s license with airbrake endorsement; and the physical ability to lift heavy objects, bend, stoop, stand for long periods of time; and work during emergency situations.  The starting salary is $28.75. To apply, please complete the online application at www.collegeparkmd.gov.

Ocean City - Human Resources Director
Posted: 2/14/20 – Open until filled


Reporting to the City Manager, the Director maintains a municipal government Human Resources program to include workforce planning and employment; compensation and benefits; training and development; employee and labor relations; policy development and interpretation; and compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations.

Providing services to a fulltime workforce of 550+ that increases annually by the hiring of an additional 750+ seasonal employees, the Director manages under conditions where peak workloads require tasks be accomplished in compressed timeframes.  The Town also engages in collective bargaining with two public safety labor unions representing Fire/EMS and Police.  

In addition to strong Human Resources technical skills, a deep knowledge of employment law, benefits administration and labor relations is required.   The Town seeks a leader to guide an HR staff of three and provide consultation to multiple departments with differing operational and hiring needs.  

A seasoned Human Resources professional with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or a closely related field is required.  PHR or SPHR certification is strongly preferred.

The salary range minimum is $88,371 or pay commensurate with education and relevant experience.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled with first consideration to applications received by February 25, 2020.  To apply electronically visit the employment listing at www.oceancitymd.gov.

Denton - Property Maintenance Inspector
Posted 2/7/20 – Open until filled


Town of Denton is accepting applications for a F/T PMI. Starting salary of $18.60 per hr. Min. qualification - HS Grad. or GED, with 1 yr. experience at a journeyman level in the construction industry; computer skills; valid MD Class C Driver’s License or equivalent. Must be able to obtain ICC Certification as IPMC Inspector within 6 months of hire date. Pre-employment drug screening required. Complete job description and employment application forms available at the Denton Town Office, 4 N. Second St., Denton, MD or at www.dentonmaryland.com. Resumes w/o applications will not be accepted. Interested person should send a resume and application to the Town of Denton, Attn: Clerk-Treasurer, 4 N. Second St., Denton, MD 21629. E.O.E.

Emmitsburg - Sewer/Water Operator
Posted: 02/07/2020 – Open until filled


 The Town of Emmitsburg, a small municipality in northern Frederick County, Maryland, is currently recruiting a dynamic individual to be a sewer/water operator.

The sewer/water operator is responsible for performing the daily operation and maintenance of the Town of Emmitsburg’s water and wastewater plants within the parameters of the Safe Drinking Water Act and state, and local regulations, including all systems, equipment, grounds equipment, laboratory equipment, and vehicles.

This is a full-time position with benefits. Compensation will vary based on licenses held, but ranges from $16.84 per hour to $20.96 per hour. Candidates without current licenses will be required to obtain them within in the first 12-18 months of employment. Candidate must also have an ability and the willingness to obtain a CDL and Flaggers License within six months of hire and have a valid driver’s license when hired. Resumes should be submitted via email to amanda@hranswerbox.com. Full details.

Annapolis - Director, Public Works
Posted 1/31/20 – Open until filled


The City of Annapolis is looking for its next Director of Public Works. The incumbent, after nine years as the Director, will become City Manager in February 2020, and YOU could be the next leader of the department.

The Director of Public Works is a highly responsible, at-will position managing the department’s 108 employees, $21 million annual budget, and five operating divisions.  The Director reports to the City Manager.  The department provides comprehensive public works services to city residents, businesses and internal customers, including capital project engineering and construction, City facilities maintenance and repair, City fleet management, solid waste and recycling collection, storm water management, street maintenance including snow removal, sanitary sewer collection, and potable water production and distribution. Salary and Benefits: $98,425 - $165,923. Full details.

Charles County - Chief of Tourism
Posted 1/31/20 – Open until filled

 
Charles County Government is hiring Chief of Tourism. This is promotion and public relations work at an experienced level. 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. The salary range is $78,236.00 - $101,927.00 Annually.

Training and Education: Bachelor’s degree in marketing or related field required, Master’s Degree in related field preferred.
Experience: Five years’ experience working with a Destination Marketing Organization (DMO).
Licenses or Certificates: Valid driver’s license.

This position is open until filled with a best consideration date of February 17, 2020. Full details.  

Aberdeen - City Engineer
Posted 1/24/20 – Open until filled


The City of Aberdeen has an opening for City Engineer for our Public Works Department. The City Engineer provides professional engineering and technical skills related to the design and construction of developments, buildings, and infrastructure requirements.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Evaluates site plans and specifications for adequacy of easements, storm drain facilities, storm water management, erosion and sediment control, traffic flow, parking, etc.; ensures plans and specifications are compliant with all City Ordinances and policies, County and State regulations. Inspects construction of site developments, buildings, and utilities, road, etc. to ensure that City specifications and standards are met. Assists Director of Public Works in Building Code Enforcement by providing technical assistance/reports to ensure compliance of all City, County, State and Federal Codes.

QUALIFICATIONS: B.S. degree in Civil Engineering, or related field. Seven years of responsible experience involving public works and other municipality engineering projects. Maryland Professional Engineer (PE) License or be able to obtain within six months of hire date. Extensive knowledge of civil engineering design and construction practices; working knowledge of engineering plans, codes and specifications (local, county, and state). Full details.

Cheverly - Town Clerk
Posted 1/24/20 – Open until filled


The Town of Cheverly, incorporated in 1931, contains 1.27 square miles, and is home to approximately 6,400 residents. The housing stock is approximately 80% single family homes, and 20% multi-family with large apartment complexes comprising the majority of the multi-family units. Single family units include an eclectic mix of Sears Roebuck houses, stone Cape Cods, bungalows and red brick colonials from the post-World War II era. The residents of Cheverly are passionate about their community, which is demonstrated through participation in a number of Town committees and volunteer organizations.

Cheverly is a diverse community. The 2010 Census data showed the Town with a population with African-Americans (57%), Caucasian (32%) and Hispanic (10%). The community regards diversity as a core strength and is dedicated to increasing access and inclusion.

THE CHEVERLY TOWN CLERK DUTIES: The Town Clerk, under direction of the Town Administrator, shall attend all public meetings of the Mayor and Council, shall keep the minutes thereof, and shall keep a record of all ordinances and resolutions of such body. Such minutes and records shall be available for inspection, in the Town Clerks’ presence, by any resident of the town. The Town Clerk shall keep the assessment books and, subject to procedures established by the Treasurer, shall collect all taxes and other receipts and deposit same to the credit of the town; shall be custodian of other town files and records, respond to citizen inquiries, including Public Information Act Requests. Full details.

Aberdeen - Maintenance Trainee/Maintenance Worker
Posted 1/17/20 - Open until filled


The City of Aberdeen has openings for Maintenance Trainee/Maintenance Worker for our Public Works Department. The Public Works Department constructs, repairs, and maintains parks, streets and other City owned facilities. The DPW also operates and maintains underground utilities such as water, sewer, and stormwater systems.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Performs tasks related to the maintenance and operations of City streets, sidewalks, parks, storm drains, water and sewer systems and City-owned facilities; Provides support for a variety of community special events, including supporting the event management team, traffic control, site preparation, security, and site clean up; Helps with snow/ice removal, storm recovery, and other emergencies during and outside of normal work hours; Completes any reports or logs; Follows all safety policies and procedures; Performs other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidate has a high school diploma or GED and some work experience in construction, maintenance, and/or repair tasks. A valid driver’s license is required for our Maintenance Trainee positions. A valid Commercial Drivers License (CDL) is required our Maintenance Worker positions. Full details.

Aberdeen - Police Communications Officer
Posted 1/17/20 – Open until filled


Performs a variety of duties associated with receiving calls and dispatching information related to routine and emergency calls for service in the Police Department.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Receives phone calls from citizens, ascertains nature of call, gathers necessary information, prioritizes call and transmits to police personnel via radio; Dispatches police response vehicles, broadcasting nature of call, location and time of incident. Contacts all required agencies to include fire department; Enters and extracts information from NCIC/MILES systems and relays to patrol officers as required; Inputs data onto standard office and departmental forms, both manual and computerized; makes posting to various reports; compiles and tabulates data. Maintains all required dispatch documents and records; As needed, collects and records receipt of money for fines and fees; sends and receives teletypes, gives street directions; gives out food and lodging vouchers; takes and relays messages; maintains key control.

QUALIFICATIONS: Previous police communications experience preferred; High school diploma or GED equivalent; Ability to type 35 words per minute; Excellent communication, customer service, including the ability to maintain composure under stress; Able to maintain METERS/NCIC user certification; Able to work holidays and weekends; rotating shifts. Full details.

Hyattsville – Mechanic I
Posted 1/17/20 – Open until filled


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

The Mechanic I in the Fleet Maintenance Division performs a variety of skilled work in the maintenance and repair of gasoline and diesel engine powered equipment. The work ranges from minor repair to overhaul of equipment to include mowers, saws, passenger cars, trucks, tractors, loaders, compressors, pumps and other heavy construction equipment. The work involves welding and machine shop operations and reports directly to the Manager, Fleet Operations with work coordinated by the Senior Mechanic of the department.

Considerable knowledge of the maintenance, preventative maintenance schedules, and repair of gasoline and diesel powered engines and equipment; thorough knowledge of the tools, equipment, materials, original equipment and manufacturers recommendations, methods and practices used in the automotive trade; considerable knowledge of occupational hazards and safe work practices; skilled in operation of mechanical equipment, machine tools, welding apparatus and hand tools common to the trade; ability to effectively carry out verbal and written instructions Grade 108 - FLSA Non-Exempt – Benefit Eligible. Salary Range: $17.66 to $19.87 per hour. Full details.  

Centreville – Water Wastewater Operator
Posted 1/10/20 – Open until filled

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

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:  controlling flow and adjusting treatment processes to ensure that the system achieves compliance with applicable environmental permits; monitoring and documenting system performance by reviewing the results of sampling, in-plant tests, operational control tests, process calculations and technical data; work as necessary including Saturdays, Sundays, holidays and evenings to assure smooth operation of treatment facilities.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma or GED preferred. 0-6 month’s exp. in the operations and maintenance of water treatment facilities, wastewater treatment facilities, wastewater pump stations, wastewater collection systems and water distribution system. This position requires a valid driver’s license; the ability to pass a Dept. of Transportation physical exam, and ability to obtain a Commercial Driver’s License. Equivalent combination of education and exp. May substitute for certain qualifications.  

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

College Park - Code Enforcement Field Supervisor
Posted 1/10/20 – 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 and mentor a team of 6 full-time and 3 part-time staff as well as handle a code enforcement caseload.  The City desires a proactive enforcement culture combined with high levels of customer service from our officers.

Responsibilities include and are not limited to:  oversee the daily activities and casework of the code enforcements 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; process their own enforcement caseload; 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.  

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.  For full details and to be considered in the first review of candidates, submit your application, cover letter and resume online. You must attach a cover letter and complete resume in order to be considered. Position will be open until filled.  Questions about this position may be directed to the Human Resources Department at 240-487-3533.

Greenbelt – Community Planner II
Posted 1/10/20 – Open until filled


The City of Greenbelt, MD, a progressive and diverse community of 21,000, is looking for energetic and resourceful people who would be responsible for assisting with City planning functions including assisting with the preparation of planning studies, review of development plans, drafting of legislation, preparing reports, correspondence, coordinating capital projects and working with professional consultants.  Requirements : Master’s Degree in Urban or Community Planning, Urban Studies or related field with two years of progressively responsible experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.  City provides a generous fringe benefit package including medical, dental, life and retirement plans. Salary range for Community Planner II - $61,027 - $71,801. Full details.  

Greenbelt - Community Development Inspector I
Posted 1/10/20 – Open until filled

Position is assigned to the Department of Planning and Community Development and is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the city’s housing and property maintenance code, construction code, sediment control regulations and other related codes/regulations. Minimum requirements: AA Degree in engineering, architecture, public administration, planning, housing, or related field; experience in building, housing or civil construction inspection; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Valid Maryland driver’s license required. Before the end of probationary period must be a Certified Maryland State Sediment Control Inspector and a Certified Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector.   The City provides a generous fringe benefit package including medical, dental, life and retirement plans.  Salary Range - $45,448 - $53,476 with excellent benefits. Full details.    

Hampstead - Police Officer
Posted 1/10/20 – Open until filled


The Town of Hampstead is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer with the Hampstead Police Department.

Hampstead is in Carroll County Maryland and serves the incorporated town as well as the surrounding communities. The Hampstead Police Department is focused on providing quality police service based on a community policing model. Officers build strong ties with the various members of the community while providing professional police services.

We are currently accepting applications from both entry level as well as potential lateral candidates. Candidates with no training could be considered for entry level training beginning in June. Candidates with a current Maryland Police Certification would be considered for a more immediate hiring. Individuals with out of state police certification may be eligible for a comparative Compliance certification and are encouraged to apply. The starting salary for entry-level candidates is $46,000. Lateral and comparative compliance candidates is based on experience.

Complete benefit package to include:
•    Medical and Dental Insurance
•    Life, AD&D and Short-term Disability Insurance
•    Law Enforcement Officer Pension System (LEOPS)
•    Optional 457B Retirement Fund Program Participation
•    Take-Home Car Program upon completion of Probationary Period

Applicants must be U.S. Citizens, High School graduates, 21 years of age, possess a valid driver’s license and capable of passing a comprehensive background investigation.

New Carrollton - Grounds Maintenance Supervisor
Posted 1/10/20 – 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. The City of New Carrollton is seeking a highly skilled, self-motivated full-time Grounds Maintenance Supervisor to oversee, coordinate, and execute grounds maintenance projects.  The Grounds Maintenance Supervisor will directly supervise a team of Grounds Maintenance Laborers and a Grounds Maintenance Crew Chief.

Qualified applicants must have (4) four years of supervisory experience in landscaping and grounds maintenance.  A valid Class B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) is preferred; however, the selected candidate must have the ability to obtain a Class B CDL, Maryland Pesticide Application Certification, and a Maryland Fertilizer Application Certification within six months of employment.  Prior experience operating heavy equipment such as a dump truck, loader and/or a backhoe is required. Salary starts at $48,224.00; however, pay commensurate with experience. Full details.  

Charles County - Planner IV (Program Manager)
Posted 1/10/20 – Open until filled


Charles County Government is hiring a Planner IV (Program Manager) in the Department of Planning & Growth Management. This position is responsible for providing policy development direction to staff within a specific functional section of the Planning Division, Performs supervisory land use planning and related program management work for the County. The work involves the application of land use and environmental principles and concepts to planning projects; positions are assigned responsibility for major functional areas within the division.  Overall goals are set and the worker determines the specific tasks and assignments to be performed, independently handling or assigning to staff new, unusual problems and deviations encountered in the work.

Training and Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Planning or related field. Master’s degree in Planning preferred.
Experience: Five years of progressively responsible professional planning experience. Licenses or Certificates: American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) preferred. This position is open until filled with a best consideration date of January 31, 2020. Full details.  

Glenarden – Police Officer
Posted 1/2/20 – Closes 3/30/20


The Glenarden Police Department is currently accepting resumes/applications for a full-time position as a Police Officer. The Candidate must be a Maryland Certified Police Officer. The starting salary is $42,725.00.

Please submit your resume of Karen Shoultz at kshoultz@cityofglenarden.org. A full copy of the position description are available at the James R. Cousins, Jr. Municipal Center (Upper Level) at 8600 Glenarden Parkway, Glenarden, MD 20706. Closing date: March 30, 2020 (1st cut off February 1, 2020).

Mount Rainier – City Manager
Posted 1/2/20 – Open until filled

The Historic City of Mount Rainier, MD is a diverse and inclusive 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, arts district and unique shops.
 
The City Manager is hired by and serves at the pleasure of the Mayor and four-member City Council. The manager assists the Mayor and Council in the development of City policies and carries out the policies established by ordinances and resolutions approved by the Mayor and City Council. The City Manager is the Chief Executive Officer of the City. The City Manager must have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with department supervisors, employees, vendors and the general public. Additionally, the City Manager must have the ability to develop, enact, and administer City policies, laws, and programs, as well as, prepare and administer the City budget and perform other work as assigned.
 
For a complete job description or to apply, please visit our website. Only applications submitted via the City’s job portal will be considered. For best consideration kindly apply prior to January 20, 2020.

Talbot County - Assistant Finance Director
Posted 1/2/20 – Open until filled


Talbot County is seeking a full time Assistant Finance Director to supervise the daily financial activities of the County.  This position will report to the County Finance Director.  Responsible for overseeing/assisting with preparation of various financial reports and budget documents.  Able to coordinate accounting matters with other departments, locations and agencies.  Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree from accredited four-year college or university with a major in accounting or finance.  Previous experience or certification as a CPA.  Experience in the preparation of financial statements and knowledge of accounting principles and GASB pronouncements desired.  Will consider equivalent combination of education and experience.  Starting salary DOQ plus full benefits.  This position will be open until filled with the first review of applications on January 10, 2020  Please visit our website for a full position description and to apply online.  You may also submit a cover letter, resume and references on the website or send to: Employment Applications, Talbot County Courthouse, 11 N. Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601