Employment Opportunities

The Borough of Schwenksville has a council-manager form of government in a unique small town located in the scenic Perkiomen Valley of Western Montgomery County, PA. The Borough seeks an experienced Borough Manager to lead the affairs of the Borough pursuant to the Borough Code. The Borough is less than one square mile and has a population of approximately 1,296. The Borough’s government provides a 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. The Borough operates with a proposed 2022 operating budget of $2,433,818 with 2 Borough staff. At the H.E.A.R.T. of the Schwenksville community is Schwenksville Borough’s Main Street. The acronym stands for Historic, Engaging, Authentic, Recreational and Timeless. The Borough remains committed towards revitalization efforts along with preserving the historical significance of the Borough to provide a great community to work and live.

A competitive salary with a comprehensive benefits package is dependent on qualifications and experience. An employment offer is contingent upon successful completion of all background checks/verifications.
Applicants should submit cover letter and resume in one document to Roseann McGrath at Roseann@rmcgrathconsulting.com no later than January 3, 2022. Schwenksville Borough is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer who values diversity, equity and inclusion.

Lower Southampton Township is seeking applicants for one (1) full time Receptionist / Finance Support Clerk. This is a Union/Non-Exempt position. The Receptionist / Finance Support Clerk provides general office support with a variety of clerical activities and related tasks. The receptionist will be responsible for answering incoming calls, directing calls to appropriate associates, mail distribution, flow of correspondence, requisition of supplies as well as additional clerical duties.

Applicants must have minimum of an Associates Degree and 4 years of relevant experience (bachelors degree preferred), very good computer skills, effective communication skills both written and oral; excellent customer service skills, ability to work independently on assigned tasks and ability to become knowledgeable of department procedures.

Applicants should submit a completed application to administration@lstwp.org. Starting rate is $19.00 – $23.00 per hour; hourly rate may be increased for applicants depending on qualifications. Benefits are available. Lower Southampton Township is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

New Hope Borough, Bucks County, PA, is seeking a dynamic municipal professional for the position of Borough Planner and Zoning Officer. This is a Full-Time Exempt position.
Successful candidate must possess land use planning credentials and a high degree of independent judgement, must be able to work effectively with elected officials, employees, general public and applicants. This position serves as staff to the Planning Commission and Zoning Hearing Board and works with the Code Official by reviewing building permits for compliance with the Zoning Code. He/she advises the Planning Commission on borough planning and zoning issues, coordinates the review of land development applications, meets with residents and developers to evaluate building projects for compliance with the Zoning and Land Development Codes, processes applications to the Zoning Hearing Board, and issues Notices of Violation for zoning offenses. Applicant must be willing to work evening hours, as required for performance of duties.
Thorough knowledge and at least 5 years of experience of the PA Municipalities Planning Code, floodplain regulations and principles of zoning is required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Excel and Word, excellent communication and organizational skills is expected.
To be considered for this opportunity, submit your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to: Peter Gray, Borough Manager, New Hope Borough at pgray@newhopeborough.org.   New Hope Borough is an Equal Opportunity Employer.