Northampton Township Public Works Department is seeking a Parks Maintenance Crew Laborer employee. This is a fulltime assignment that requires occasional overtime as needed. The Parks Maintenance Crew Laborer is responsible for the maintenance and repairs to Township owned Parks and Recreation facilities. The duties of the position include, but are not limited to, mowing of park properties, inspection and repair of playground equipment, trash collection from parks, park bathroom inspections and cleaning, minor plumbing repairs, inside and outside painting, maintenance of mowing equipment, manual labor duties, snow salting/plowing and other duties as assigned.
Applicants must possess a High School diploma or GED, a minimum of 5 years of experience in construction trades, maintenance of simple and complex building repairs or equivalent level of experience. It is not required but it is recommended for applicant to possess and maintain a PA CDL class A license.
Candidates who receive a conditional offer of employment will be required to pass a physical exam, drug screen, DMV check and criminal background evaluation.
Applications should be turned into the Director of Public Works, Gregory Hucklebridge at the Public Works office or email to

The Recreation Program Manager oversees a variety of programming, administrative, and supervisory tasks of moderate complexity. This role is crucial within the Park and Recreation Department, focusing on developing and managing a wide range of innovative, year-round programs and events for the community, including multi-generational enrichment programs, camps, clinics, leagues, after-school programs, summer camps, pop-up programs, and events.
Key responsibilities include recruiting, training, scheduling, and supervising instructors, staff, and volunteers. The Program Manager actively promotes programs through the development of promotional materials, community engagement, and communication with participants. Additionally, they monitor and report on financial activities, conduct assessments and evaluations, and perform related administrative duties as required.
The ideal candidate should possess strong organizational skills, along with a customer service mindset and be committed to community engagement.
Letters of interest and resume should be submitted at Doylestown Township, 425 Wells Road, Doylestown, PA 18901, or to Margaret Trageser at resumes will be accepted until position is filled.

The Chalfont-New Britain Township Joint Sewage Authority seeks a qualified and dynamic individual to serve as our next Director of Finance. The Director of Finance will be responsible for day-to-day financial management of the Sewer Authority.
This is a full-time salaried position under the general direction of the Executive Director that will work directly with other department heads and manage the administrative staff of the Authority. The successful candidate will be expected to work in an office environment during normal business hours. Occasionally there will be a need to attend meetings or conferences that fall outside of normal business hours.

We offer a competitive annual salary depending on qualifications, knowledge, and experience as well as a comprehensive benefits package. The final candidates’ hire will be contingent on the successful completion of a comprehensive background check and pre-employment screening.
We encourage anyone who is interested to submit a cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to the Executive Director, John Larson ( The Chalfont-New Britain Township Joint Sewer Authority is an EOE.

TOWNSHIP MANAGER/SECRETARY/ZONING AND CODE OFFICER—Worcester Township (population 10,750), Montgomery County, PA seeks an experienced leader to serve as its Township Manager.  Manager has authority to supervise all day-to-day operations, and coordinates the three-member Board of Supervisors, staff, and the community with 3 direct-reports (Assistant Manager, Finance Director, Public Works Director). Manager serves as Zoning Officer/Code Enforcement Officer with two staff members serving as support. Worcester is in a beautiful section of Montgomery County with easy access to major highways.  With a history of financial stability, the Township has the lowest (.05 mills) real estate tax rate in Montgomery County.  Manager administers an annual budget of $7.86 million including $4.4 General Fund and $870,800 Wastewater.  Candidates should have (1) at least 5 years of municipal management experience; (2) knowledge of modern local government management principles; (3) strong organizational and financial skills & extensive zoning/planning/land development experience; and (4) strong communication skills.  Salary range $130,000-$160,000 with excellent benefits; actual salary to be based on experience/qualifications. Send cover letter, resume, and salary history/expectation in one document to by Friday, June 28, 2024.

Uwchlan Township, located in Exton, PA in the heart of historic Chester County, seeks an experienced Township Manager to lead a Second-Class Township of approximately 19,518 residents in 10.45 square miles. The Township’s government provides a wide range of services to reflect a unique mix of history and progress and is widely recognized for its efforts to provide a high quality of life and participatory government for its residents to live and/or work. While embracing the future and cherishing its heritage, the Township oversees 80 miles of roads, 400 acres of open space and 13 parks. The Township operates with an approved 2024 total overall budget of approximately $18.5 million for all funds with approximately 55 full-time equivalent staff and one union.
The Township Manager is the Chief Administrative Officer, appointed by a three (3) member Board of Supervisors (BOS) with staggered six (6) year terms. The Manager reports to the BOS and will be an outstanding communicator who provides reasoned and sound recommendations for the BOS’ consideration. The Manager, who embraces open government, transparency and diplomacy, is a highly visible position within the Township and is responsible for implementing all policies set by the BOS and the general oversight of all the Township’s day-to-day operations. The seasoned Township Manager must efficiently, responsibly, and creatively provide the essential services that build value and protect the health, safety, and rights for all who live and work in Uwchlan. The position will assume management responsibility, leadership, and accountability for, but not limited to administrative staff, financial management, public works, codes, building and life safety, engineering, police and emergency medical services, sanitary sewer, storm water, transportation/traffic management, infrastructure, parks and recreation, grant administration, public communication and labor management relations.
Work involves supervising, directing, and coordinating all departments and activities of the Township to ensure operations are in conformance with policy directives, rules, regulations, and the Pennsylvania Second Class Township Code as well as providing excellent municipal services. The Manager attends day and evening meetings with the BOS, various boards and commissions, governmental authorities, department heads, and other meetings as required.
In pursuit of excellence the Township values integrity, stewardship, responsiveness, respect, transparency and partnership. Therefore, the following knowledge, skills, abilities and competencies are required for this position:

• A high level of successful performance in municipal management. A progressive record of strong, open professional administrative leadership in a similar community or organization.
• Demonstrated and verifiable experience developing, managing, and balancing an annual operating and capital expenditure budget of similar complexity to the Township’s is required.
• Ability to analyze and resolve issues with innovative creativity.
• Demonstrated/verifiable experience utilizing sound and effective leadership techniques to establish goals and achieve results within financial and other resource limits, a proven record of leading with high personal integrity and ethical behavior and a record of successful labor/management issues and contract negotiations are important considerations.
• A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in public or business administration, finance, planning or a related field is required. Master’s degree in public or business administration, Political Science, or a closely related field or an Equivalent Degree, strongly preferred. ICMA Credentialed Manager, a plus.
• A minimum of five (5) years of direct experience as a municipal manager or assistant manager/senior executive, with experience in planning, organizing, and directing administrative, operational services and municipal finance administration or an equivalent combination of education and qualifying experience.
• The Manager must give bond and will need to drive a vehicle to Township locations and must have a valid driver’s license.
Competitive compensation and benefits package commensurate with knowledge, skills, abilities, qualification, and experience. The final candidate’s hire is contingent upon successful completion of a comprehensive background check/verification.
Applicants should submit cover letter, resume and salary expectations in one document to Roseann McGrath at This position is open until filled, with the first review of applicants no later than July 5, 2024.

Haverford Township is seeking an experienced Zoning Officer to join our team.
This position is responsible for implementing and enforcing the Township Zoning Code, addressing all incoming communications regarding zoning matters and is a liaison for the Township’s Zoning Hearing Board. Primary functions include administering the intake, technical review, administrative processes and approval of zoning permits, Zoning Hearing Board applications, variance requests, and other zoning matters.
Starting salary is in the low to mid $70,000’s, depending on experience and qualifications.
Work Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday (35 hours per week with the possibility of some flexibility, subject to the approval of the Department Head and Township Manager), plus mandatory attendance at evening meetings of the Zoning Hearing Board and occasional attendance at other evening meetings.
Applications will be accepted until filled.
Essential functions:
• Serve as staff liaison to the Haverford Township Zoning Hearing Board and other boards, commissions and committees, as assigned.
• Administer the intake, technical review, administrative processes and timely approval or rejection of Zoning Hearing Board applications and other zoning related permit applications.
• Provide technical and administrative support to the Zoning Hearing Board on zoning appeals, variance requests and other zoning matters.
• Review and evaluate building and zoning permit applications for compliance with the Township Zoning Code.
• Serve as the primary contact for inquiries and complaints relating to zoning related issues; investigate, research, interpret, explain, and provide guidance; engage other employees when inquiries extend into their areas of expertise.
• Perform inspections to ensure compliance with applicable Township ordinances; routinely tour the Township to detect structures and/or uses that are in violation of Township regulations.
• Prepare for court cases; attend court hearings and/or testify on behalf of the Township as the Zoning Officer, working with the Township Solicitor as appropriate.
• Collaborate with the Director of Planning and Zoning to draft and implement amendments to the Township Code.
• Work with the Permit and Licensing Coordinator to maintain current and accurate electronic and paper records pertaining to zoning and code matters.
• Work with the Permit and Licensing Coordinator to prepare routine reports to summarize zoning and code-related activity.
• Provide input on the Community Development section of the Township website.
• Ensure compliance with all legal requirements for public notice relating to public hearings and other zoning and development related matters.
• Perform field inspections and non-criminal investigations into zoning related matters.
• Develop personal goals and objectives for the approval of Director of Community Development.
• Remain current on legislative changes and case law that influence zoning and code administration through publications, training, and personal contact with other industry professionals.
• Interpret and administer programs and procedures in accordance with approved policies, Township ordinances, and applicable laws, rules, and regulations of authorities having jurisdiction.
• Provide assistance in the review and approval of vendor, supplier and consultant invoices for the department.
• A minimum of three (3) years of progressively responsible, related experience, in Pennsylvania municipal government, is required.
• Working knowledge of zoning administration and enforcement in accordance with the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code.
• A thorough understanding of the principles and practices of zoning administration and enforcement is required.
• Ability to grasp basic legal principles of Land Use Law.
• Ability to perform administrative procedures, technical reviews, field inspections and non-criminal investigations.
• Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office programs including Excel, Outlook, and Word.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Able to demonstrate a high level of service delivery; prioritize citizen and community needs.
• Ability to research, understand and implement municipal policy.
• Ability to interpret maps, property surveys, and aerial photography.
• Ability to work as part of a team and independently with self-directed priorities.
• Considerable ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, associates, subordinates, employees and their representatives, professional groups, officials of other agencies, elected officials, attorneys and the general public.
• Ability to properly handle material of a highly confidential nature and exercise discretion.
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Licenses, Registrations, or Certificates Required:
Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License
• Defined contribution retirement plan
• 457(b)
• Paid life insurance
• Excellent paid time off and holidays
• Low-cost medical, dental, and vision plans
• Employee Assistance program
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Towamencin Township (pop. 18,000), a Home Rule Municipality, following the Second Class Township Code in Montgomery County, PA, seeks a financially skilled and experienced individual to serve as its Finance Director. The Finance Director reports directly to the Township Manager and is generally responsible for the development and management of the township’s $23 million operating and capital budget (including a $10 General Fund budget, a $3 million capital budget, and an $8 million sewer system budget).
The Finance Director will manage a two-person staff and administer all financial activities, including: payroll, record-keeping, payment of expenses, recording of revenues, financial reporting, the collection of real estate taxes and managing the annual budget process. The Finance Director is responsible for providing an accurate and timely monthly Financial Statement to the Board of Supervisors, Finance Committee and the Manager, including an analysis of budgetary trends.
The position requires a person who is knowledgeable of fund accounting, has excellent computer aptitude and software skills, and the use of integrated municipal finance systems. The individual must have a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license.
Qualified candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree from a recognized college or university in finance, economics, public or business administration or a related field and training in governmental accounting, plus a minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible financial governmental management experience preferably in a supervisory capacity. A master’s degree in public administration or a related field is desirable or equivalent combination of education, experience, certification and/or training which provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform the essential functions of the position.
We offer a competitive annual salary and comprehensive benefits depending on qualifications, knowledge and experience. For a full job description, please visit The final candidate’s hire is contingent upon successful completion of a comprehensive background check.
Position is open until filled, with the first review of applicants no later than June 28, 2024. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and salary expectations in one document to: