Employment Opportunities

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.

Edmonston - Administrative Manager
Posted 1/24/20 – Closes 2/4/20


The Town of Edmonston is seeking a dynamic, highly motivated, customer service-oriented team player for a full time Administrative Manager position. The position supports the operations of the Police Department and the General Government Departments of the Town. Tasks include providing administrative support to the Chief of Police, preparing a variety of reports, conducting statistical and strategic analysis, scheduling events for the Town, managing accounts payable and receivables, managing daily telephone traffic, greeting the public and general support to the Town.  The successful candidate should demonstrate two or more years of work experience in public safety, emergency management or other local government positions.   They should possess a thorough knowledge of social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and other platforms as required.  A complete job description can be found on the Town’s website. All applicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalent and be eligible to obtain a Notary Public by the State of Maryland. Bi-Lingual candidates are encouraged to apply.

The Town offers a comprehensive salary and benefit package including health, dental and life insurance, State of Maryland pension, and vacation and sick leave.  The salary is dependent upon qualifications.

The Town of Edmonston is an equal opportunity employer.  Please submit cover letter and resumes to Police Chief Demetrious Harris at dharris@edmonstonmd.gov, or bring your credentials to Edmonston Police Department, 5005 52nd Avenue, Edmonston, MD  20781 by 4:00 p.m.  Tuesday, February 4, 2020.  
 
Frederick – Tech II Mechanic
Posted 1/24/20 – Closes 2/7/20


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

Frederick – Plumbing Inspector
Posted 1/24/20 – 1/7/20


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.

Upper Marlboro - Deputy Clerk
Posted 1/24/20 – Closes 2/3/20


The Town of Upper Marlboro, located in Prince George’s County Maryland, is seeking a motivated individual to serve as Deputy Clerk. This is a perfect entry-level position for an individual interested in pursuing a career in municipal government.  This position provides administrative support under the direction of the Town Clerk.  This position is responsible for extending upon the efficiency and effectiveness of the Town’s Administrative Office.  The Deputy Clerk 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 multitask effectively.

Submission: Cover Letter & Resume no later than Monday, February 3rd, 2020 at 5pm. By Email: to Info@UpperMarlboroMD.gov in (PDF Form). In-Person: Town Hall 14211 School Lane Upper Marlboro MD 20772. By Mail: Town of Upper Marlboro P.O. Box 280 Upper Marlboro MD 20773. Full details.  

Village of Martin’s Additions - Village Manager
1/24/2020 – Open until filled


The Village of Martin’s Additions in Chevy Chase, Maryland, is seeking a full-time Village Manager. See position description for details. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience. To apply, please submit (1) a cover letter or email; (2) a resume; and (3) a list of three (3) references with their current contact information, including phone number(s) and email(s) to HR@martinsadditions.org in a single email. Incomplete application packages will not be considered. This announcement will be open until a suitable candidate is selected. Consistent with all applicable law, Martin’s Additions may run credit and other background checks, including criminal history checks, on employees. No phone calls please. Full details.

Worcester County - County Administration
Posted 1/24/20 – Closes 2/7/20

         
This individual serves as an Assistant to the Chief Administrative Officer and deals with areas of County administration.

•    Performs administrative staff work for the CAO including correspondence, reports, contracts, leases, etc.
•    Coordinates scheduling and notification of all meetings of the County Commissioners and dissemination of data to the Commissioners for review prior to each meeting.
•    Attends County Commissioners’ meetings, directs preparations of minutes, and coordinates follow-up of Commissioners’ directives.
•    Coordinates County competitive bidding process.
•    Assists in the preparation of bond rating presentations.
•    Maintains County Code of Public Local Laws including preparation and processing of all Legislative Bills and associated notices of introduction and passage; and coordinates Code supplementation with Code Publisher

For review of full job description and consideration of hire, please submit Worcester County application form available online along with resume and salary requirement to:  ahankins@co.worcester.md.us, fax to 410-632-5614 or mail to Department of Human Resources, Worcester County Government Center, Attn:  Ann Hankins, One W. Market Street, Room 1301 Snow Hill, MD  21863

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.

Charlestown – Maintenance worker
Posted 1/17/20 – Closes 1/31/20

The Town of Charlestown in Cecil County seeks FT Maintenance worker. A wide variety of tasks are performed by municipal workers, i.e. yard waste and bulk trash collection, street sign maintenance, painting, beach clean-up, snow removal, use of power tools, operating back hoe and driving light dump truck. Must be able to lift 50 lbs, have valid driver’s license with clean driving record. The employer offers health, dental and life insurance, 401K, vacation & sick leave. This is a drug free workplace with periodic testing, EOE. Applications are available at Town Hall, 241 Market Street, Charlestown, MD 21914 or www.charlestownmd.org. Application deadline Jan 31, 4PM.

Frederick – Crime Scene Technician
Posted 1/17/20 – Closes 1/27/20


A Crime Scene Technician is directly responsible for the difficult and skilled specialized work of identifying, collecting, and preserving evidence at crime scene investigations in support of law enforcement activities. S/he performs the following duties: photographs crime scenes including burglaries, robberies, deaths, thefts, autopsies, and assault victims to record the appearance of evidence using highly-skilled photographic and evidence-gathering techniques; identifies, collects, and secures physical evidence such as: blood, body fluids, hair and fibers, firearms, and narcotics for laboratory testing and use as evidence in criminal prosecutions; searches for and develops fingerprints at crime scenes and participates in laboratory processing; photographs and fingerprints suspects, victims, witnesses, and applicants; ; prepares court presentations of evidence; and testifies in court. A Crime Scene Technician may also search for, retrieve, and provide security information such as fingerprint cards and mug shots to law enforcement personnel and authorized agencies. An important aspect of the duties is to establish and maintain records to ensure proper chain of custody of physical evidence, which is critical to the successful prosecution of a case. Full details.

Frederick –  Watch Person
Posted 1/17/20 – Closes 1/31/20


This position is responsible for providing a wide variety of support to City operations, departments, and special events which occur after normal business hours. The individual in this position will be required to drive a city vehicle as well as provide walking foot patrol as a means to provide drive-by and close up visual checks of City facilities and assets. This requires the individual to be able to monitor, observe, confirm problems, provide corrective measures, and relay all findings to DPW Communications Dispatchers so the proper department can be notified. This position is considered “essential personnel” and will be required to be able to respond to emergencies as needed. Full details.

Frederick – Tech I - IV Plant Maintenance
Posted 1/17/20 – Closes 1/31/20


The Dispatcher works within the police department’s Emergency Communications Center. S/he is responsible for receiving all emergency 911 calls and non-emergency calls made to the department, and is responsible for providing dispatch services to the Police Department using a computer aided dispatch (CAD) system. Supervision is provided by a Communications Supervisor or Assistant Communications Supervisor. Technical or functional supervision may be provided by the Police Department sworn supervisor or Watch Commander in the absence of the Communications Supervisory staff. Specific training and guidance is received from the Communications Supervisory staff. Positions in this class are responsible for providing general instruction and on the job training to new dispatchers. Full details

Frederick – Dispatcher
Posted 1/17/20 – Closes 1/31/20

The Dispatcher works within the police department’s Emergency Communications Center. S/he is responsible for receiving all emergency 911 calls and non-emergency calls made to the department, and is responsible for providing dispatch services to the Police Department using a computer aided dispatch (CAD) system. Supervision is provided by a Communications Supervisor or Assistant Communications Supervisor. Technical or functional supervision may be provided by the Police Department sworn supervisor or Watch Commander in the absence of the Communications Supervisory staff. Specific training and guidance is received from the Communications Supervisory staff. Positions in this class are responsible for providing general instruction and on the job training to new dispatchers. 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.  

New Carrollton - Grounds Maintenance Crew Chief
Posted 1/17/20 – 1/30/20


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 Grounds Maintenance Crew Chief with a valid Class B Commercial Driver’s License to join our Public Works Department. This position works under the direct supervision of the Horticulturist. 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. If you are interested in applying for this job or want additional information, please visit the link below to apply. The vacancy will be open until January 30, 2020. Full details.

University Park - Town Administrator
Posted 1/17/20 - Closes 2/14/20

 
The Town of University Park, a municipality with about 2,600 residents, seeks an experienced and progressive local government leader to serve as its part-time Town Administrator. Working under the direction of the Mayor as part of the Town’s senior leadership team, the Town Administrator will provide management expertise in support of key functions of the Town government, including strategic plan implementation, staff support to the Town Council, grant proposal development and administration, personnel policies and practices, code enforcement, communications, information technology management, and contract and project management. This is a part-time appointment. The Town Administrator is expected to maintain positive relationships with residents and work with Town stakeholders, other municipalities, and State and County agencies.

The Town Administrator will work an average of 20-24 hours per week with a flexible schedule to include evening meetings. The salary range is $55,000 to $60,000 annually. The Town offers a competitive benefit package. A complete job description can be found on the Town’s website or requested from the Town Treasurer by email at treasurer@upmd.org.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Town Treasurer Dan Baden by email to treasurer@upmd.org. The Town of University Park is an equal opportunity employer. Applications will be accepted until February 14, 2020. The Position will remain open until filled.

WSSC - Associate Counsel II
Posted 1/17/20 – Open until filled


WSSC Water, one of the nation’s largest water and resource recovery utilities in the nation, seeks an Associate Counsel II to serve as the principal legal advisor to the Inspector General.  Specifically, the Associate Counsel II provides legal counsel, services, and policy advice to the Inspector General (IG) and the Office of Inspector General (OIG) auditors, investigator, and other staff. 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.  

Office of the Attorney General - Senior Assistant Attorney General
Posted 1/10/20 – Closes 1/28/20


Description: The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants for a Senior Assistant Attorney General position at the Department of Labor. This is a Litigation Counsel position which involves representation of the Department in complex litigation before the Office of Administrative Hearings and other administrative agencies, and in State and federal courts.  The attorney will handle cases on behalf  of the Occupational and Professional Licensing Boards and Commissions, the Commissioner of Labor and Industry, the Commissioner of Financial Regulation, and the Division of Workforce Development and Adult Learning, as well as defend the Department and employees in personnel cases and other lawsuits.

Experience: The ideal candidate will have at least seven years of business and complex litigation experience, including, but not limited to, labor and employment law, consumer finance, contract disputes and bankruptcy, as well as excellent writing and oral advocacy skills. Federal Bar admission and federal court experience is highly desirable. Maryland Bar membership is required.

Submission: Interested persons should send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and a list of three references, via email to milena.trust@maryland.gov, or via regular mail to Milena Trust, Division Director, Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, 500 North Calvert Street, Suite 406, Baltimore, MD 21202, by the close of business on Tuesday,  January 28, 2020.  Please put “Litigation Counsel” in the subject line.

Office of the Attorney General - Child Support Attorney
Posted 1/10/20 – 1/29/20


Description: The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants for a full-time contractual Social Services Attorney 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 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. Maryland Bar membership is required. Family law experience is preferred.

Submission: Interested persons should electronically submit their resumes in PDF to Lee Dix, Lead Supervising Attorney, Lee.Dix@maryland.gov, by the close of business on  Wednesday, January 29, 2020. 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.

Cottage City/Colmar Manor - Joint Town Code Enforcement Officer
Posted 1/2/20 – Open until filled


The Towns of Cottage City and Colmar Manor are seeking candidates for a Full-time, Joint Town Code Enforcement Officer position.  The vision of both Towns’ Code Enforcement position is to promote and maintain a safe and desirable living and working environment so both Towns are known as an attractive, pleasant and safe place to live, raise families, work, and retire. Both Towns will strive to maintain and improve the quality of our adjoining communities by administering fair and unbiased enforcement of each respective town’s local ordinances to correct violations and reduce conditions that adversely affect the quality of life of our residents, businesses and guests. The ideal candidate will work in partnership with both communities and educate or motivate our residents and business owners through meetings, public announcements, and handouts to seek voluntary compliance.

This position has a competitive salary and full benefit package. The complete job description is available on the Town of Cottage City website.

Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and references to townmanager@cottagecitymd.gov  or to The Town of Cottage City, 3820 40th Ave. Cottage City, MD 20722, ATTN: Consuella Barbour.

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

Greenbelt - Community Center Coordinator I
Posted 12/19/19 – Open until filled


Develop, implement and supervise recreation programs, activities and special events.  Manage facility reservations; Recruit, hire, train, schedule and supervise part time facility staff, camp staff and instructors; Manage preschool summer day camp.  The position involves a wide latitude for independent judgment, initiative and self-motivation.  Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation or related field, CPRP is preferred.  Work week:  Sunday – Thursday with weekday evening shifts.  The City provides a generous fringe benefit package including medical, dental, life and retirement plans. The job class specification and summary of benefits are available on our website.  A City of Greenbelt application is required. Full time: Starting salary $50,211 - $59,072. Please log onto www.greenbeltmd.gov to fill out an application.

Hyattsville - Communications Manager
Posted 12/19/19 – Open until filled


The Communications Manager performs advanced level professional work and is responsible for developing and implementing policies and strategies to manage the City’s brand, style, and communications content across all platforms. The Communications Manager will serve as the City’s official spokesperson and Public Information Officer and must be able to build and foster effective working relationships with media contacts, residents, community leaders, other municipalities/agencies, and a broad population of City stakeholders. This position will respond to and manage media inquiries regarding non‐Police matters including emergency and matters sensitive and controversial in nature. The selected candidate must exercise sound public relations and marketing techniques to research and compose various types of communications, such as news releases, media advisories, social media postings, brochures, speeches, speaking points, advertisements, web page content, etc., to inform the public about the activities of the City of Hyattsville.

Outstanding verbal and written communications, copywriting and graphics skills, as well as knowledge of video production are essential to this role in order to present complex information and concepts to the public. The Communications Manager must also be flexible to respond at any time to address crisis, weather, and/or other events or situations. Candidates must be willing to attend City events which may be held in the evenings or weekends. This position will supervise the work of Communications staff and reports directly to the Director of Communications & Legislative Services/City Clerk. Grade: 116 ‐ FLSA: Non‐Exempt Full Time and Benefit Eligible Salary: $62,098 – $70,946 Full details.

Takoma Park – Recreation Programs Supervisor-Child Care
Posted 12/19/19 – Open until filled


The City of Takoma Park is seeking an experienced Recreation Programs Supervisor to coordinate various child care programs.  The selected candidate will serve as the coordinator for camps, the before and after school program (grades K-5), and will serve as the Department’s “go-to” for our ActiveNet registration software.

The starting rate for this position is between $27.56 and $31.97 per hour, commensurate with experience. The City offers an excellent benefits package, including premium-free health insurance for single coverage.

For a complete job description or to submit an application, please visit our website. Only official applications submitted via the City’s Job Portal will be considered. For questions or additional information, contact the Office of Human Resources at: HR@TakomaParkMD.gov.

Charles County - Deputy Director of Planning and Growth Management
Posted 12/19/19 – 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.

Reporting to the Director, the Deputy Director performs executive management work in the Planning & Growth Management (PGM) department to include working with the Director in managing the administration and financial functions of the Department. The work involves budget development, administration and management of department programs, leadership, policy guidance, interagency liaison, and assisting to plan, organize and direct the operation of PGM programs and activities.  The Deputy will coordinate activities that are often diverse and difficult to integrate and administer and will represent the PGM Director on a wide range of matters within the county government.  Overall goals are set, and the Deputy determines the specific tasks and assignments to be performed which include initiating proposals, policies, projects and programs to improve PGM Department services.  

This position is open until filled with a best consideration date of January 10, 2020. Full details.    

Maryland Environmental Service - Strategic Partnerships Associate
Posted 12/19/19 – Open until filled


Maryland Environmental Service has seeks a Strategic Partnerships Associate at our Headquarters facility in Millersville, MD. Primary responsibilities include a combination of maintaining, developing, and expanding existing and new partnership relationships and opportunity management in collaboration with internal business units.

Minimum Requirements: High school diploma/GED, plus two years of related experience. College degree preferred. Must have a valid driver’s license with less than 5 points.

MES believes our employees are our greatest asset. We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package including: Generous 401k match, health insurance, considerable financial assistance towards continuing education, paid vacation, personal, and sick leave as well as life and disability coverage. MES is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full time basis. MES does not participate in programs which require sponsorship for work visas. Full details.  

Hyattsville - Communications Specialist
Posted 11/27/19 – Open until filled

The Part‐Time Communications Specialist supports the City’s marketing, communication, and customer service strategies across all digital and social media channels working 25 hours per week. This position will strive to increase public awareness of the City’s programs and services. The Specialist is primarily responsible for assisting with the update of the City’s website at hyattsville.org, social media and subscriber updates, and content for City newsletters. Additional duties include assisting communications staff with content planning and development, press event logistics, and community engagement.

Employees in this department have frequent contact with the public and answer a variety of questions requiring knowledge of City and departmental news, events and information. The ideal candidate will be a positive, team‐ oriented individual who can develop, produce, edit, and modify digital content and electronic communications quickly and accurately; who has excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills; and who can manage multiple assignments simultaneously and be comfortable collaborating and taking feedback. Candidates must be willing to attend City events which may be held in the evenings or weekends. The daily activities of this position are coordinated by the Bilingual Communications and Outreach Coordinator with direct reporting to the Director of Communications and Legislative Services/City Clerk. Salary: $19.83 – $22.32 per hour. Full details.

Berwyn Heights - Public Works Department Openings
Posted 11/22/19 – Open until filled  


The Town of Berwyn Heights is recruiting for several positions in its Public Works Department. The work involves the disposal of Town recycling and refuse and the construction, repair and maintenance of Town buildings and facilities, infrastructure, automotive equipment, and all other activities of the Public Works Department.  

The salary range is $29,065.92 to $54,439.63 depending on qualifications, experience and additional licensing.  The Town offers excellent benefits package for full and part-time employees.

Interested applicants should apply by sending a completed Town Employment application and a resume with references to yodoi@berwynheightsmd.gov or mail to 5700 Berwyn Road, Berwyn Heights, MD 20740 ATTN: Human Resources. Applicants selected for interviews will be required to consent to a background investigation and pre-employment physical. Complete job descriptions are available at Berwynheightsmd.gov.  

Seat Pleasant – Chief Financial Officer
Posted 11/22/19 – Open until filled


Performs highly complex professional and administrative work in planning, organizing, and directing the financial activities of the City and participates as a member of the department’s management team in departmental policy development, administrative planning and addressing of departmental problems; does other related work as required.

An employee in this classification works under the administrative direction of the Chief Operating Officer and is reviewed for conformance to established policy though conferences, written reports, and observation of fiscal performance standards and goals. Supervision is exercised over accounting staff. Annual salary 65k.

Planning, directing, and participating in the accounting, collections, payroll, and financial recordkeeping programs of the City; overseeing and participating in accounts payable and purchasing function and the preparation and maintenance of financial records and systems.

Comprehensive knowledge of general laws and administrative policies governing municipal financial practices and procedures; comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of accounting and budgeting in government; thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of a municipal purchasing system; thorough knowledge of the practices, methods, and laws relating to municipal bond financing; ability to evaluate complex financial systems and efficiently formulate and install accounting methods, procedures, forms, and records; ability to prepare informative financial reports; ability to plan, organize, direct, and evaluate the work of subordinate employees; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other department heads and governmental officials; ability to conduct long-range planning; ability to communicate technical ideas effectively, both orally and in writing. Full details.

Contact: Anthony Biddiex, Human Resources Manager, City of Seat Pleasant, 301-336-2600 Ext. 2235, 240-462-4236 Cell, Anthony.Biddiex@seatpleasantmd.gov.

Wicomico County - Grant Coordinator
Posted 11/22/19 – Open until filled


Duties: 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. Full-time. Grant Funded/Contractual. Salary: $40,000

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.

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. Web site: www.wicomicocounty.org Email: hr@wicomicocounty.org EOE

Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission - Youth and Countywide Sports Division Chief
Posted 11/22/19 – Open until filled


The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is seeking a Youth and Countywide Sports Division Chief to lead the Prince George’s County Parks and Recreation Department’s initiative to expand athletic opportunities for the county’s 912,000 residents and establish a countywide youth sports registration system serving 180,000 plus young people.  
The newly created Division includes three major programs: Sports, Health and Wellness and Permits and Field Operations. A primary focus for this position is to direct and oversee the creation of a countywide network with one-stop access for youth sports registration and permitting of fields and facilities operated by the Prince George’s County Parks and Recreation Department and partnering agencies. For fiscal year 2020, the Division has a budget of $3.4 million and 23 full-time staff.
The position requires a bachelor’s degree in parks and recreation or a related field and six years of highly responsible varied park and recreation experience, including four years at a supervisory level. A master’s degree is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.

The salary range for this position is $85,345 to $146,038 annually. Please complete an online application here. Please direct inquiries to Sharon Klumpp at 651-223-3053.

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


The Colmar Manor Police Department is accepting applications for police officer positions. Applicants should be Maryland Certified Police Officers. The starting base salary is $55.000.

We offer health and dental Insurance, paid annual and sick leave, holiday pay,  457 Deferred Compensation Plan with a 5% Town Contribution and a take-home vehicle.

The Selection process will include: A formal interview, an extensive background investigation, contingent offer of employment, polygraph examination,  psychological examination,  pre-employment physical examination, drug test and any other required testing.  

If you are interested, email your resume and cover letter to Clerk-Treasurer Daniel Baden at danbaden@comcast.nett. Positions open until filled. The Town of Colmar Manor is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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


The Colmar Manor Police Department is accepting applications for a Sergeant position. Applicants should be Maryland Certified Police Officers. The starting base salary is $70.000.

We offer health and dental Insurance, paid annual and sick leave, holiday pay,  457 Deferred Compensation Plan with a 5% Town Contribution and a take-home vehicle.

The Selection process will include: A formal interview, an extensive background investigation, contingent offer of employment, polygraph examination,  psychological examination,  pre-employment physical examination, drug test and any other required testing.  

If you are interested, email your resume and cover letter to Clerk-Treasurer Daniel Baden at danbaden@comcast.net. Position open until filled. The Town of Colmar Manor is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Full details.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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)

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.