Town Posts 5 New Positions

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jobsThe Township of Verona has posted openings for five municipal positions, both full and part-time.

The first opening is for an assistant municipal engineer, for a workweek of 25 to 35 hours. Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, a Professional Engineers license or an Engineer-in-Training certificate issued by the New Jersey State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. The position pays $45 to $60 an hour, and applications are due by March 14.

Verona also needs a full-time custodial worker in the Buildings and Grounds Department. Applicants must be a citizen and resident of New Jersey, and the annual salary for the position is $35,026. Applications for this position are due March 10.

The township sewage plant has an entry-level opening for a full-time sewage plant attendant. Duties include operation of the wastewater treatment facility, collection system, mechanical repair and other duties. the position may include evening and weekend shifts. A college degree or credits and wastewater or collection system licenses or experience are preferred but not required, and a commercial driver’s license valid in New Jersey is preferred. The salary range is $35,026 to $40,932. Applications for this position are also due March 10.

The Public Works Department has a full-time opening for a laborer. This is an unskilled position and evening and weekend work may be required. Applicants must be a citizen and resident of New Jersey, and the annual salary for the position is $35,026. Applications for this position are due March 10.

Finally, the township needs certified and experienced public safety telecommunicators for its dispatching operation. This is a per diem job, with a starting wage of $12 to $15 per hour and a maximum of 25 hours per week. Certified applicants with little to no experience may be considered for employment as a public safety telecommunicator trainee. Interested applicants should follow these directions to submit their candidacy to the chief of police.

You can find more information on all town job openings on the municipal website.

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