Verona Seeks New Town Engineer


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Township Engineer Jim Helb, left, at a Town Council meeting last year.
Township Engineer Jim Helb, left, at a Town Council meeting last year.

Verona’s municipal government is looking for a new, full-time town engineer. Jim Helb, the current town engineer, has been a consultant to Verona since retiring five years ago.  As it did with the recent hiring of a new town manager, the Town Council is publicly posting its job search for the engineer.

The notice posted by the municipal clerk reads:

TOWNSHIP ENGINEER – TOWNSHIP OF VERONA, Essex County.  Professional Engineer with minimum BS in civil engineering, NJ PE license and at least seven years experience in municipal engineering.  Public Works experience preferred.  Seeking customer service oriented individual who possesses strong managerial and administrative skills including ability to effectively supervise staff, enforce ordinances, and manage demanding projects (road program, drainage, project design, construction management, GIS, planning board support).  Knowledge of government organization, procedures, construction plans and specifications, codes and regulations, construction estimating and personnel management. Responsible for four divisions:  Engineering, Public Works, Planning and Water Pollution Control Facility.  Knowledge of Professional Planning; possession of a valid NJ Professional Engineer License preferred. Interested candidates submit cover letter, resume and salary requirement by December 18, 2015 to Jennifer Kiernan, Municipal Clerk, Township of Verona, 600 Bloomfield Avenue, Verona, NJ 07044.  EOE/ADA

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  1. We have neglected to increase revenue for the Utility /Sewer Water by not having watermeters for each unit(two family(Why should those of us pay the same fee for LESS WATER USAGE??Councilman Rowan has prided himself on revenue recived by the Township.


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