The Borough of Dublin, located in Upper Bucks County, is hiring a Borough Manager. Dublin has experienced growth over the past few years and continues to see revitalization. The Borough’s 2022 Budget is $3.5 million for general operating, water, sewer, and capital projects. The Borough maintains its own Police Department. There are 6 full time employees and 8 part-time employees. The Borough Manager is the Chief Administrative Officer, Borough Secretary and Right to Know Officer, serving a
seven (7) member Council and Mayor. The Manager reports to the President of Council and will be an outstanding communicator who provides reasoned and sound recommendations for Council’s consideration. Position will assume management responsibility, leadership, and accountability for, but not limited to grants, administrative staff, budget management, public works, codes, solid waste and recycling services, water system, sewer system, police depa11ment, planning and zoning, as well as coordinating with the fire company. The Borough of Dublin is an Equal Oppo1tunity Employer who values diversity, equity & inclusion.
The following skills and competencies are required for this position: A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in public or business administration, political science, finance, planning/geography, or a related field. Experience as a municipal manager, or assistant manager/senior executive, with two (2) or more years in a supervisory capacity with experience in planning, organizing, and directing administrative, operational municipal services and municipal finance administration or an
equivalent combination of education and qualifying experience. Must have a valid driver’s license and be bondable. Annual salary $90,000 – $95,000 with a comprehensive benefits package. An employment offer is contingent upon successful completion of a background check/verification. Applicants should submit cover letter and resume in one document to LHAGEY@DUBLINBOROUGH.ORG no later than June 10, 2022.

Lower Makefield Township is accepting resumes for the position of Public Works Director.  The position will oversee a full-time staff of fourteen (14) laborers and a full time administrative assistant.  The position oversees all public works operations, which includes 138 miles of local roads, open space property maintenance, storm water management facilities, municipal facility maintenance, as well as ongoing coordination with other department heads in areas of mutual concern.  The salary range for the position if $95,000-$120,000 with excellent benefits.  Resumes will be accepted until Friday, June 10th at noon.

Please submit a cover letter and resume as one document to Kurt Ferguson at kurtf@lmt.org

https://www.lmt.org/community/employment-opportunities/

Radnor Township is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of “Code Official.” The successful applicant will work under the Director of Community Development. Applicants are encouraged to review the full job description which can be found at https://www.radnor.com/government/about-us/employment-opportunities.
Essential duties of the Code Official shall include code compliant inspections in accordance with the Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code (PA. UCC) and other ordinances as adopted by Radnor Township. Perform comprehensive plan review for UCC and zoning compliance.
Candidates must have strong communication and conflict resolution skills and ability to manage a complex work schedule. Should have basic computer and time management skills and must have ability to work without supervision. Candidate must maintain their current certifications and obtain additional certification(s) as directed and authorized by the Director of Community Development.
Candidates for this position must be in good physical condition sufficient to handle bending, climbing and other tasks on a regular basis.
Certifications:
Preferred Certifications:
• PA UCC Certification(s) for Commercial Building, Plumbing, Mechanical & Energy inspections, and plan review.
• PA UCC Certification as an Accessibility Inspector and Plans Examiner.
Desired Certifications:
• PA UCC Certification(s) for Residential Building, Plumbing, Mechanical and Energy inspections.
• PA UCC Certification as a Fire Inspector
• ICC Certification as a Housing and Property Maintenance Inspector.
Qualified applicants must submit a cover letter, a resume, and a completed township application form to:
Radnor Township
Director of Community Development
301 Iven Ave
Wayne, PA 19087
The anticipated starting salary range for this position is between $75,000 and $85,000 per year, subject to employee contract provisions and in line with the candidate’s qualifications. The base salary is supplemented by an excellent fringe benefit package. The applicant hired will be required to successfully complete a comprehensive physical examination, including a screening for alcohol and other drugs, prior to being placed in the position.
Radnor Township is an equal opportunity employer. It is the Township’s policy to grant job opportunities to qualified persons on the basis of merit without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, armed forces veteran’s status, marital status, political party affiliation, a physical or mental disability that, with or without reasonable accommodations, does not affect the applicant’s ability to perform the essential functions of the job, or any other legally protected status.

Radnor Township is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of “Fire Safety Inspector.” The successful applicant will work under the Director of Community Development. Applicants are encouraged to review the full job description which can be found at https://www.radnor.com/government/about-us/employment-opportunities.
This is a new position within the Township. The successful applicant must demonstrate the ability to develop and build this inspection program from the ground up. Essential duties of this position are to perform fire inspections at all non-residential, mixed use, and multi-family buildings to assure compliance with applicable codes and standards, create reports and notices of violations, enforce the fire code as applicable; and develop and provide fire prevention and safety programs. It is anticipated that this position will evolve to also include investigating and determining the cause and origin of fires.
Candidates must have strong communication and conflict resolution skills and ability to manage a complex work schedule. Should have basic computer and time management skills and must have ability to work without supervision. Candidate must maintain their current certifications and obtain additional certification(s) as directed and authorized by the Director.
Candidates for this position must be in good physical condition sufficient to handle bending, climbing and other tasks on a regular basis.
Certifications:
• UCC Fire Inspector
• ICC Certifications as a Fire Inspector 1 & 2
Qualified applicants must submit a cover letter, a resume, and a completed township application form to:
Radnor Township
Director of Community Development
301 Iven Ave
Wayne, PA 19087
The anticipated starting salary range for this position is between $65,000 and $75,000 per year, subject to employee contract provisions and in line with the candidate’s qualifications. The base salary is supplemented by an excellent fringe benefit package. The applicant hired will be required to successfully complete a comprehensive physical examination, including a screening for alcohol and other drugs, prior to being placed in the position.
Radnor Township is an equal opportunity employer. It is the Township’s policy to grant job opportunities to qualified persons on the basis of merit without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, armed forces veteran’s status, marital status, political party affiliation, a physical or mental disability that, with or without reasonable accommodations, does not affect the applicant’s ability to perform the essential functions of the job, or any other legally protected status.

Easttown Township is a suburb of Philadelphia, located in Devon, Chester County PA. The Director of Planning and Zoning is a strategic partner who works closely with the Township Manager to lead a Township of the Second Class with approximately 11,000 residents in 8.2 square miles. The Township’s government provides a wide range of services to reflect a unique mix of history and progress and is recognized for its efforts to provide a high quality of life and participatory government for its residents.
This highly responsible hands-on management position reports to the Township Manager and partners closely with a five (5) member Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission, Historical Commission, Zoning Hearing Board, Department Heads, administrative staff, consultants, attorneys, and the public. This position is responsible for the Township’s current and long –range planning functions, including land development, property maintenance, zoning, historic preservation and respective administrative duties. Work involves technical and administrative duties managing the Township Engineer and Building Code Official. The positions serves as the appointed Zoning Officer and principal staff for the Township Planning Commission, Historical Commission, and Zoning Hearing Board.
Candidate must have considerable knowledge on matters of zoning, land development, subdivision, land development, floodplain management, zoning, and property maintenance. Strong knowledge of zoning codes, subdivision and land development codes, comprehensive plans, and the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code. Candidate must have the ability to read engineering and architecture plans as well as read, interpret, and enforce laws and codes. Strong grant writing and administration for planning and zoning projects.
Qualified candidates must possess Bachelor degree in Planning, Urban Studies, Engineering, Architecture or other related fields with five (5) years of experience in planning and zoning related work. Master degree Planning, Urban Studies, Engineering, Architecture or other related field with suitable experience in planning and zoning related work preferred. American Institute of Certified Planners and Pennsylvania Certified Zoning Officer certifications are a plus.
Salary range of $90,000 to $105,000 with a competitive compensation and benefits package is commensurate with qualifications and experience. All hires are contingent on successful completion of a background check/verification.
Applicants should send resume and cover letter to Eugene Briggs, Township Manager at
ebriggs@easttown.org. For a full job description and qualifications please visit www.easttown.org. Position is Open Until Filled.
Easttown Township is an Equal Opportunity Employer Who Values Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Warwick Township, Bucks County, is seeking a full-time Accounting/ HR Administrator. This position provides accounting support, including payroll and general ledger administration, along with general HR duties. Must possess proficient writing abilities, excellent verbal communication skills, and outstanding organizational and time management skills. Bachelor’s degree in accounting or other related field and municipal experience is preferred.

Warwick Township offers an excellent benefits package. Salary range is $24-$30/hr, DOE. To apply, please submit a fully completed application for employment and resume by May 13, 2022 to Becki Wilhelm, Director of Finance and Benefits, at bwilhelm@warwick-township.org.

The successful candidate is required to successfully complete a comprehensive background check. Warwick Township is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity, equality, and inclusion.

East Pikeland Township (Chester County) is currently seeking applications for the position of Planning & Zoning Official. This position is responsible for managing Planning and Zoning activities which include a broad range of duties, including current and future planning, with emphasis on subdivision, land development, updating and implementing various elements of the zoning ordinance, and code enforcement.  Applicants must possess the minimum of a bachelor’s degree with at least three years of experience in local government, planning, code enforcement or related field.  The position includes a competitive salary with an excellent benefits package; exact salary will depend on qualifications/experience.

Bristol Township is accepting applications for an entry level JUNIOR ACCOUNTANT. The successful candidate will be working in the Township finance office under the direction of the finance director. The job will run the full range of accounting duties from posting books of original entry (accounts payable and accounts receivable) in specialized financial software such as ADP and MUNIS and prepare journal entries, supporting schedules and reconciliations as directed. Undergraduate degree in accounting or related field required; experience is not necessary but will be looked upon favorably. Must be proficient in Excel. Full time Mon-Fri. Salary DOQ plus excellent benefit package. Interested parties should send completed resume and cover letter by May 31, 2022, to Francis X. Phillips, Finance Director, fphillips@bristoltownship.org. EOE.

Wrightstown Township in Central Bucks County, population 3094, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Township Manager. The Township is governed by a 3-member Board of Supervisors, with a small public works department and office staff. The Township is serviced by the Newtown Police Department and is a member of the Newtown, Upper Makefield, Wrightstown Joint Zoning Council. A degree in public administration/equivalent experience is required. Pennsylvania Municipal Government experience is desired. Knowledge of zoning, code enforcement, public works administration and municipal finance is necessary. Salary negotiable. Please email your resume to Manager@wrightstownpa.org. Include “Wrightstown Township Manager Search” in email subject. Wrightstown is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Lehighton Borough (population 5,300), Carbon County, PA seeks a skilled leader to serve as its Borough Manager.  Mgr oversees all day-to-day, administrative operations, & coordinates with the seven-member Council, Mayor, staff, & community.  Borough provides a wide range of public services, including public power.  Mgr administers a total budget of $20.5m (GF $5.2m, Public Power $10m, Sewer $3.5m).  Borough is looking for a skilled, collaborative, and proactive leader. Candidates should have (1) municipal government or executive level, private sector experience; (2) outstanding interpersonal skills; (3) strong financial skills & planning/zoning knowledge; (4) Bachelor’s Degree; and (5) strong communication skills.  Salary $90-120,000 with excellent benefits. Send cover letter, resume, and salary history/expectation with all included in only one attachment to woglomd@lafayette.edu. Deadline is noon on May 27, 2022.  EOE.

Hatfield Township is looking for a new Township Manager.
The ideal candidate will have significant experience working in a comparable sized local government organization as a Township Manager or Assistant Township Manager.
The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to build relationships with all internal and external stakeholders, especially residents, volunteer fire companies, and the business and faith-based communities.
• Salary range: $145k – $155k
• Additional contribution towards 401(a) and 457
• Car allowance
• Retirement Health Savings Plan
• New employee gym
• Modern Township Building and Office space
• Only two evening meetings per month
• Flexible Schedule
Please visit http://jobs.hatfield.org/ or email Aaron Bibro at abibro@hatfield.org with any questions.

Tullytown Borough is accepting applications for part-time clerk position, Monday through Friday, 6 hours a day, $17 per hour, AFSCME. Proficient with Microsoft Office, strong typing, and customer service skills. Good verbal and written communication skills are required. Duties include assisting with the following: permits, volunteer committees, zoning and code enforcement. Full job description is below. Please submit resumes to: Pat Marks, Borough Secretary, Borough of Tullytown, 500 Main Street, Tullytown, PA 19007 or pmarks@tullytownboro.org.
Tullytown Borough is an equal opportunity employer.