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Finance Director

Cranberry Township

Cranberry Township, Butler County, is seeking applicants for a full-time Director for the Finance Department. Cranberry Township is a growing residential and business community and as the Director of Finance, the incumbent for this position will play an integral role in providing and supporting the strategic direction, planning and management of the Township’s financial operations.

The Finance Director is responsible for directing and administering the Township’s municipal funds, budgeting and financial reporting, financial forecasting and long-range planning, accounting systems and internal controls, systems development, debt management, external and internal auditing, grants management, payroll, revenue collection, pension administration, cash management, centralized purchasing and contracting. This individual also provides management, leadership, and coordination over all areas of fiscal operations, forecasting, and analysis for the Township and oversees and develops department employees.

This position requires an individual who will support and motivate staff and promote the development and growth of others. The successful candidate for this position must have expertise and knowledge in fiscal operations and management that can be used to develop policies and procedures and determine and implement efficient and innovative ways to accomplish the organization’s strategies. The ability to support and motivate others is a critical key to success.

Required Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, economics, business or public administration or related field; supplemented by ten (10) years of progressively responsible finance experience including accounts payable/receivable, payroll, billing, budgeting, and grant administration which included at least five (5) years managing governmental accounting and finance programs; and at least three (3) years directing staff; or an equivalent combination of education, certification, training, and/or experience.

The successful candidate must have a valid, insurable driver’s license.

Preferred Qualifications:

Master’s degree in finance, accounting, economics, business or public administration or related field; supplemented by at least two (2) years of experience related to leading and managing an entire division or department, including strategic planning and employee development experience. Certified Public Account (CPA) or Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM) preferred.

Wage and Benefits:

Approximate annual salary of $105,000-$115,000, but will be determined based on successful candidate’s qualifications, plus our fringe benefits package. Fringe benefits include, among other things, health, dental and vision benefits, and a generous deferred compensation plan. Specific questions regarding benefits can be sent to [email protected]

Public Works Director

Borough of Forest Hills

The Borough of Forest Hills Public Works Director oversees the day-to-day operations of the public works department. Plans, organizes, supervises and directs various work crews in the Public Works Department engaged in the maintenance, repairs and construction of public works facilities including street; storm drainage; buildings; grounds; parks; and other public facilities, vehicles and equipment. This position requires strong leadership, technical knowledge, and organizational skills to ensure the efficient functioning of various public works projects and maintenance activities. The Public Works Director works under the general supervision of the Borough Manager.

Key Duties Include:

  • Lead and supervise a team of public works employees, including laborers, equipment operators, and technicians.
  • Plan, prioritize, and assign tasks for various public works projects, including road maintenance, street cleaning, sidewalk repair, and park maintenance
  • Coordinate with other departments, contractors, including the Borough’s Engineering Consulting firm, and other agencies to ensure timely project completion and adherence to budgetary constraints
  • Coordinate repair and maintenance activities, such as pothole patching, street sweeping, and snow removal. Note: May be required to work independently during off hours to handle unscheduled demands such as snow removal, sewer or drainage issues, downed trees or other similar events
  • Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations governing public works activities, including environmental regulations, safety standards, and permits
  • Enforce safety regulations and best practices to prevent workplace accidents and injuries
  • Stay informed about changes in regulations and industry best practices, and implement appropriate measures to maintain compliance
  • Qualifications:

    • High school diploma or equivalent; additional education or training in public works management or related field preferred
    • Proven experience in public works/property/physical plant operations, including supervisory experience. A minimum of seven (7) years experience in a public works/property/physical plant environment and a minimum of three (3) years experience in a supervisory role
    • Knowledge of construction techniques, materials, and equipment used in public works projects
    • Familiarity with local regulations, zoning codes, and environmental standards related to public works operations
    • Experience working or supervising in a union environment
    • Familiarity with regulatory requirements governing public works activities, such as OSHA regulations

Social Services Coordinator

Cranberry Township

Cranberry Township, Butler County, is seeking applicants for a full-time Social Services Coordinator with the Cranberry Township Police Department. If you’re interested in being an integral part of the Township’s collaborative effort to bridge the gap between law enforcement and social services by connecting citizens with mental health resources and long-term solutions and provide support to the Police Department’s response to mental health-related calls for service, this position may be for you.

As a social services coordinator, the successful applicant will support both the public and Police Department personnel by providing specialized assistance, consultation and case follow-up for crisis intervention and mental health services and needs, including department consultation and training on the same. This position will regularly interface with the public and assist them in a variety of ways, including providing short-term crisis counseling and social services, as well as community outreach and education. This position will also facilitate relationships with various social service agencies to ensure a collaborative approach to supporting community members, providing mental health support, and providing a community policing response.

Required Qualifications:

This position requires a Masters' Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or other social science related field supplemented by at least two (2) years’ experience in the area of social science, including at least one (1) year of experience in crisis intervention and providing mental health services to individuals and families; or an equivalent combination of education, certification, training, and/or experience.

The successful applicant must be able to obtain Pennsylvania and FBI child abuse clearances as required under the Child Protective Services Law and must possess a valid driver’s license.

Preferred Qualifications:

Master’s Degree in Social Work, with a specialization in Forensic Social Work or Crisis Intervention; One (1) year of experience within the criminal justice system. Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Professional Counselor certification

Wage and Benefits:

Approximate annual salary of $63,000-$68,000, but will be determined based on successful candidate’s qualifications, plus our fringe benefits package. Fringe benefits include, among other things, health, dental and vision benefits and a generous deferred compensation plan. Specific questions regarding benefits or the position can be sent to [email protected]

Borough Manager

Borough of Munhall

The Borough of Munhall, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania is accepting resumes for the position of Borough Manager. The Borough is an inner-ring suburb 8 miles southeast of downtown Pittsburgh with a population of 11,121, $11+ million general fund budget and 45 full-time employees. Munhall is an historic community with multiple business districts, the Waterfront Shopping and Entertainment Complex, and access to the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) Trail.

The successful candidate shall have a bachelor’s degree, masters preferred, in public or business administration, or related degree, with 3-5 years’ experience preferred as manager or assistant manager in a municipality of comparable size. The Borough Manager will oversee all municipal departments pursuant to the PA Borough Code and the Munhall Borough Manager Ordinance. Areas of demonstrated expertise include: strong financial management and budgeting, economic development, grant writing, union contract negotiations, and land use management. Candidates must have people skills.

Township Manager

Lower Saucon Township

Lower Saucon Township, located in Northampton County, is actively seeking candidates for the position of Township Manager to lead our vibrant community of over 11,000 residents. As a Home Rule community, our policies and annual budget are determined by a five-member Council, with the Township Manager providing valuable advice on administrative matters. With an $11 million General Fund budget and the maintenance of 87 miles of roadway alongside a robust park system, Lower Saucon Township offers an exciting opportunity for a dynamic individual to join our team.

The Township Manager will oversee the day-to-day operations of the Township Administration. We invite individuals with strong communication, leadership, and organizational skills to apply. The ideal candidate should possess a minimum of five years of experience in municipal government, along with a bachelor’s degree in public administration or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Additionally, desirable skills include expertise in fiscal management and budget preparation, building community relations, effective facilitation, problem-solving abilities, and experience in staffing public meetings such as those with the Council, Park and Recreation Board, EAC, Etc. Oversight of employees is also a crucial aspect of this role.

This is a full-time, salaried position offering a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, life insurance, paid time off, and pension. Dental and vision insurance are also provided. Compensation will be determined based on the candidate’s experience and education level.

Join us in Lower Saucon Township and be part of our dedicated team driving positive change and growth within our community.

Office Manager

Centre Regional Planning Agency

The Centre Regional Planning Agency (CRPA) is housed within the Centre Region Council of Governments (COG) that serves six municipalities in the State College area of Centre County, PA. Within the CRPA, the Centre County Metropolitan Planning Organization (CCMPO) provides transportation planning services for Centre County, Pennsylvania.

The CRPA is seeking an experienced, skilled, and high performing individual to fill a key position in the CRPA and the CCMPO as the Office Manager. The primary duty of the Office Manager is to support the Director in coordinating and overseeing the administrative functions of the Agency office. This includes effectively handling all financial matters such as accurately documenting revenue and expenses for the Agency, processing invoices and timesheets, and assisting with the Agency’s annual budget. This role provides positive engagement to the Committees and the elected officials that support the Agency and delivers exceptional customer service to the general public.

A successful candidate will possess exceptional skills in both verbal and written forms of communication; possess a keen attention to detail; and have the capacity to effectively organize, prioritize, and execute office tasks with minimal oversight. The candidate should be adept at proofreading and revising written materials for accuracy and proper grammatical structure. Proficiency in mathematical operations related to invoicing procedures and budget management is crucial. Additionally, the individual should be self-motivated and demonstrate sound judgement when handling various situations.

Township Manager

Mount Joy Township

Mount Joy Township, Lancaster County, is seeking candidates for Township Manager to lead our growing community of over 10,700 residents. As a Second-Class Township, a five-member Board of Supervisors sets the Township’s policies and annual budget, with the Township Manager advising the Board on those and other administrative matters. Mount Joy Township has a $5+ million General Fund budget and maintains 66 miles of roadway and 3 public parks.

The Township Manager is responsible for the daily operations of the Township Administration and works directly with the Township Roadmaster to oversee the Public Works Department. Individuals with strong communication, leadership, and organizational skills are invited to apply. Five years of experience in municipal government with a bachelor’s degree in public administration or equivalent degree, or a comparable combination of education and experience, are minimum qualifications for the ideal candidate.

Additional highly desirable skills include:

  • Fiscal management and budget preparation
  • Community relations and relationship building with residents and organizations, including strong facilitation and problem-solving skills.
  • Knowledge of the PA Second Class Township Code
  • Staffing of public meetings such as the Board of Supervisors, Park, and Recreation Board, etc.
  • Oversight of employees
  • This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits including health insurance, life insurance, paid time off, and pension through the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System. Dental and vision insurance are also offered. Wage is commensurate with experience and education.

Township Manager

Mount Joy Township

Mount Joy Township, Lancaster County, is seeking candidates for Township Manager to lead our growing community of over 10,700 residents. As a Second-Class Township, a five-member Board of Supervisors sets the Township’s policies and annual budget, with the Township Manager advising the Board on those and other administrative matters. Mount Joy Township has a $5+ million General Fund budget and maintains 66 miles of roadway and 3 public parks.

The Township Manager is responsible for the daily operations of the Township Administration and works directly with the Township Roadmaster to oversee the Public Works Department. Individuals with strong communication, leadership, and organizational skills are invited to apply. Five years of experience in municipal government with a bachelor’s degree in public administration or equivalent degree, or a comparable combination of education and experience, are minimum qualifications for the ideal candidate.

Additional highly desirable skills include:

  • Fiscal management and budget preparation
  • Community relations and relationship building with residents and organizations, including strong facilitation and problem-solving skills.
  • Knowledge of the PA Second Class Township Code
  • Staffing of public meetings such as the Board of Supervisors, Park, and Recreation Board, etc.
  • Oversight of employees
  • This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits including health insurance, life insurance, paid time off, and pension through the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System. Dental and vision insurance are also offered. Wage is commensurate with experience and education.

Executive Director

Centre Region Council of Governments

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – CENTRE REGION COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS (pop 95,679) State College, PA. The Centre Region Council of Governments (COG) is seeking its next Executive Director. The current Executive Director will be retiring in the Spring of 2024. The COG is a voluntary association, established in 1969, of State College Borough and the Townships of College, Ferguson, Halfmoon, Harris, and Patton. The COG's service area covers approximately 150 square miles with a population of 95,679 residents including 48,535 University students. It is the oldest and most successful COG in the Commonwealth.

The COG provides Fire Protection, Emergency Management, Code Enforcement, Parks and Recreation, Library, Planning, and Refuse and Recycling services for the region and has a budget of approximately $29M and 430 full- and part time, and seasonal staff. The COG is governed by a 32-member General Forum comprised of the elected officials from the member municipalities. Despite the size of the governing body, most votes are unanimous.

The Executive Director is expected to be an exemplary leader, participatory manager of COG staff, a capable and trustworthy financial steward, and must possess outstanding interpersonal skills. The successful candidate will have an extraordinary ability to connect to a variety of people, facilitate discussions, actively listen, identify challenges, opportunities, and solutions, and resolve conflict in a diplomatic manner.

In addition, the ideal candidate should have:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in public administration, public policy or related field; MPA preferred;
  • A minimum eight years of increasingly responsible management experience in local/state/federal government and/or non-profit organization; preferably in an organization of similar complexity;
  • Extensive experience developing and administering complex budgets;
  • Demonstrated experience in building consensus;
  • Ability to effectively deliver persuasive and compelling presentations; and
  • Ability to mentor, lead, and develop staff.
  • The starting salary range is $132,875 – $186,025 DOQ with an excellent benefit package. Centre Region residency is required within 6 months of appointment unless otherwise waived by the Executive Committee.

Assistant Municipal Manager

Municipality of Bethel Park

The Municipality of Bethel Park is a progressive home rule community in the suburbs of Pittsburgh with approximately 33,000 residents. This position is a high-level supervisory position of considerable challenge that will work directly with the Municipal Manager. Salary commensurate with experience and includes a comprehensive benefits package including a pension. The Municipality of Bethel Park is an equal opportunity employer.

SUMMARY:

Performs complex professional and administrative work on a variety of assignments relating to the planning, direction, control and evaluation of the operations and programs of the Municipal government. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Municipal Manager. In the absence of the Municipal Manager, supervision is exercised over all Municipal staff and operations.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist the Municipal Manager with the direction, control and evaluation of municipal operations
  • Serve as primary back up to the Municipal Manager; represent the Manager upon delegation
  • Assist with the preparation of material for Council agendas, attends Council sessions, provides information or technical assistance, and prepares research reports and follow-up as required
  • Guides and assists department Directors and coordinates, troubleshoots and oversees specialized projects and programs (i.e., Community Map, Chronicles publications)
  • Manage citizen service requests and complaints
  • Acts as the Right-to-Know officer for the Municipality
  • Responsible for the Municipality’s Strategic Plan
  • Participates in the preparation, coordination, and presentation of the Municipality’s budget
  • Serves as liaison between the Manager and the operating department heads and various boards, committees and agencies
  • Point of Contact for all Refuse and Recycling related inquiries
  • Develop and support efforts to coordinate grants and fundraising activities across all departments for capital purchases and special events
  • For more information, please visit: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=135479&clientkey=1FB03C577ED18CD3ABFC2D5355FD7327

Utility Worker, Streets

Cranberry Township

Cranberry Township, Butler County, is seeking applicants for a full-time position within the Streets Division of the Public Works Department reporting to the Streets and Fleets Manager. The Township is accepting applications with the intent to fill at least one (1) open position.

This is a bargaining unit position that is responsible for (but not limited to) performing routine street maintenance, operating heavy and light duty equipment, and snow removal duties during winter months with a heavy emphasis on availability for overtime. Duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Dig, shovel, haul, load and unload materials
  • Spread, shovel, rake, lute and roll asphalt; repair potholes
  • Clean storm drains and culverts of debris
  • Operating light and heavy-duty equipment
  • Read and interpret maps, manuals, and specifications
  • Complete daily work logs, time sheets, and work-related forms
  • Operate and maintain a wide variety of hand and power tools and equipment related to the work, including jackhammers, concrete saws, tamper, rollers, compressors, generators, salt spreaders and salt brine tanks
  • Implement safe work practices; cones, vests, traffic control flagging protocol
  • Perform vehicle and equipment minor maintenance; report the need for major repairs and service, fuel and lubricate vehicles and equipment, wash and clean assigned vehicles, observe safe driving practices
  • Job Qualifications:

    Candidate must have a H.S. diploma or G.E.D; supplemented by at least one (1) year of experience in a team environment, at least one (1) year of personal or professional experience in a construction or mechanical trade and at least six (6) months experience demonstrated an ability to utilize technical hardware (computers, tablets, etc.) and software (Microsoft Office programs). Candidates must have a valid insurable driver’s license and must acquire CDL Class A license within one (1) year of hire.

    This position requires the successful applicant be able to work outside for extended periods of time, lift up to 75lbs, stand and walk for long periods of time, stoop/bend over to pick up objects, perform repetitive laborious tasks, and safely use construction equipment.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    Utility Worker I – One (1) year of experience with street maintenance and construction; One (1) year of experience with snow removal; Class A CDL license

    Starting Hourly Wage: $28.33; Hourly wage pursuant to Collective Bargaining Agreement. Fringe benefits include, among other things, health, dental and vision benefits and a generous deferred compensation plan. Specific questions regarding benefits can be sent to [email protected]

Township Manager

Richland Township

Due to the pending retirement of the current long serving township manager, the Richland Township Board of Supervisors is seeking an experienced leader with a proven record of success in Pennsylvania local government to serve as the Township's chief administrative officer. The Manager's responsibilities are listed in the Township Manager Job Description and Richland's Home Rule Charter and Administrative Code. The Manager is responsible for overseeing the Township's workforce in the day-to-day operation of Township business and is ultimately accountable for the quality and effectiveness of the overall performance of the municipal government.

The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated track record of achievement in the areas listed in the Township Manager Job Description, as well as a minimum of five years of increasing responsible experience in municipal management and strong credentials in budgeting, finance, collective bargaining, capital project management and customer services. A master's degree in public administration, or a closely related field is required, though experience may be substituted for the education requirement, if the Board deems it to be appropriate. Residency is not required. However, the manager needs to be available to respond to an be present in the community for emergencies when they occur. Board members expect the Manager will participate in community activities outside of the hours of the traditional workday and will be available and responsive to the needs of the community 24/7.

The successful candidate must lead by example and encourage collaboration to build a strong team of committed employees and volunteers who will work hard to solve problems and achieve organizational goals. The manager must treat every staff member, resident, business owner and person who interacts with the Township with dignity and respect. To be successful, the Manager must also understand the role of the position in relation to the Board of Supervisors and have a willingness to commit to a long tenure of service.

All applications will be held in strict confidence, only to be shared with the Board of Supervisors for review.

The Township of Richland is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Part-Time Administrative Assistant - Public Works Department

South Fayette Township

South Fayette Township is seeking a part-time administrative assistant for the Department of Public Works to work between 24 hours and 32 hours per week.

Under supervision, the successful applicant will perform a variety of responsible, confidential and complex administrative, technical and clerical duties. Good customer service skills are required.

The position offers flexibility and supports the department’s capability to manage projects, facilitate interdepartmental communication and respond to public inquiries.

Tasks include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Creation and Organization of Work Orders: Generate accurate work orders in a timely manner
  • Customer Service and Vendor Communication: Interact via phone calls, email and online correspondence
  • Permit Management: Oversee street excavation permits
  • Database Management: Create and maintain databases in the iWorq work order system and support the department's overall technology infrastructure
  • Report Assistance: Assist in compiling and generating reports
  • Job Qualifications:

    • Prior experience in administrative roles, with a proficiency in database management and report generation
    • Excellent organizational and multitasking skills
    • Capable of managing numerous concurrent responsibilities
    • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, vendors and the public
    • Technical competence
    • Pay range is between $21 and $25 per hour, depending on skills and experience.

Planner/Senior Land Use Planner

Centre Region Council of Governments

The Centre Regional Planning Agency (CRPA) is housed within the Centre Region Council of Governments (COG) that serves six municipalities in the State College area of Centre County, PA. The planning area has a population of approximately 95,000 people including Penn State students and a geographic area of 150 square miles.

The CRPA is seeking a talented individual to fill a key position in the organization as either a Senior Planner or Planner based on their level of qualifications. This opportunity is not like many others! A Senior Planner will be able to immediately make an impact by working on a variety of local and regional planning projects. This could also be a chance for an entry-level Planner to learn the essentials of both local and regional planning from a Planning Director with a proven track record of mentoring entry and mid-level planners as they make their way in the profession, providing them with the tools necessary to succeed.

The selected individual will have the opportunity to build upon or develop skills related to plan review, meeting and group facilitation, interacting with a wide number of parties with varied interests, analyzing data, drafting and presenting reports, and contributing to the preservation and growth of a beautiful area of the Commonwealth. In addition, the CRPA is excited to offer an opportunity to participate in driving a ten-year update of the regional comprehensive plan. This opportunity does not come around often and will be an aspect of the workload for this position.

Full-Time Police Officer

Borough of Carnegie

Qualified persons are invited to apply to the Borough of Carnegie Civil Service Commission to take competitive examinations leading to eligibility for appointment as a Full-Time Patrol Officer for the Carnegie Borough Police Department.

General Requirements:

Candidates, at the time of application must: (1) Possess a diploma from an accredited high school or a graduate equivalency diploma (GED); (2) Be Act 120 Certified under the Municipal Police Officers Education and Training Act (Act 120), or shall have successfully completed Act 120 Training and successfully passed the final exam, thus being eligible for Act 120 Certification; (3) Be a United States Citizen; (4) Be physically and mentally fit to perform the full duties of a police officer; (5) Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age; and (6) Possess a valid motor vehicle license in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.(7) Have no visible tattoos on the head, face, neck or hands. Arm tattoos are permitted but must be covered while on duty.

Successful applicants must also meet all the requirements of the Borough’s Civil Service Rules and Regulations that will include a background investigation, and if selected, be required to successfully pass a physical and psychological examination.

An application form and details of the selection process may be obtained at the Carnegie Borough Building, located at One Veterans Way, Carnegie, PA 15106. Applications must be filed by Friday, March 8th at 4:00 PM.

The physical agility test will be conducted at the Allegheny County Police Academy on Tuesday, March 12th, at 9:00 AM. The written examination is scheduled on Tuesday, March 26th at 6:00 PM at the Carnegie Borough Building, Council Chambers Room, for the applicants that pass the Physical agility test.

Finance Director

Borough of Whitehall

The Borough of Whitehall is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Finance Director. This position is responsible for most financial and budgeting functions of the Borough and plays an integral role in assisting the Borough Manager and Council achieve the Borough’s financial and operating objectives. This position reports directly to the Borough Manager. Applicants should possess knowledge of local government finance and accounting. A minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible work experience is preferred.

The Finance Director is responsible for all aspects of the finance department including, but not limited to, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, deposits, journal entries, coordinating audit activities, budget preparation, financial reporting and maintenance of financial records.

Content and Communications Specialist

Cranberry Township

Cranberry Township, Butler County, is seeking applicants for a full-time position Content and Communications Specialist in its Communications Department. Cranberry Township is a thriving residential and business community that is constantly striving to build connections between the local government and its residents, business owners and visitors. The Content and Communication Specialist will be a key component to building those connections and providing information to the community.

This position is responsible for the conception, design, creation, development, and production of high value content – written, video, audio, and photography for the Township’s communications and for diverse audiences, including internal and external stakeholders and the general public. This position will also assist in maintaining the Township website and social media platforms by creating, adding & scheduling content on a regular basis.

Required Qualifications:

Associate degree in communications, creative writing, journalism, marketing or a related field; supplemented by two (2) years of journalism, marketing, and/or communications experience, including experience with Adobe software; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in communications, creative writing, journalism, marketing or a related field

Wage and Benefits:

Approximate Hourly Wage: $23.50 - $25.00 plus our fringe benefits program. Fringe benefits include, among other things, health, dental and vision benefits and a generous deferred compensation plan. Specific questions regarding benefits or the position can be sent to [email protected]

Manager of Information Systems

Cranberry Township

Cranberry Township, Butler County, is seeking applicants for a full-time Manager of Information Systems with the IT Department. Cranberry Township is a growing residential and business community. As the Manager of Information Systems, the incumbent for this position will be integral in maintaining and developing the Township’s information systems and database applications. This position requires managing data team personnel, overseeing the Township’s GIS system, as well as a hands-on role with respect to analyzing, maintaining and implementing all software and database applications, including enterprise software.

The successful candidate will work in conjunction with and provide technical expertise to all Township Departments and have the ability work successfully with a variety of internal and external stakeholders to ensure effective and efficient technical support to meet the demands of Township operations. This position requires full on-site work with the option for partial remote work after one year.

Required Qualifications:

This position requires a bachelor’s degree in information systems, computer science or engineering, or related field; supplemented by six (6) years of experience with Information Systems/Database applications and project management; or an equivalent combination of education, certification, training, and/or experience. Previous experience must include at least three (3) years working with end users and at least two (2) years of supervisory experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

Eight (8) years of directly related experience; Two (2) years of experience with SQL based reporting software. SQL and/or Business Intelligence certifications.

Wage and Benefits:

Approximate Salary: $85,000-$90,000, plus our fringe benefits program. Fringe benefits include, among other things, health, dental and vision benefits and a generous deferred compensation plan. Specific questions regarding benefits or the position can be sent to [email protected]

Part-Time Office Assistant

Washington County Sewage Council

The Washington County Sewage Council (“WCSC”) is seeking to fill the part-time, hourly position of Office Assistant to work 18 -24 hours / week. Duties include providing administrative support to the office. The successful candidate will have a high school diploma or GED equivalent with a minimum of two years of experience as an administrative assistant/clerical or any combination of education and experience that demonstrates effective administrative and customer service skills.

The job description is available at the WCSC Office or www.wcsewagecouncil.com. Interested candidates are to submit resume, cover letter to the WCSC at 70 East Beau Street, Suite 850, Washington, PA 15301 or [email protected].