Talbot County, Maryland

Employment Opportunities

FULL-TIME POSITIONS

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT POSITIONS (2)
Talbot County Government has two immediate openings for Administrative Assistants. Administrative Services has an opening for an Administrative Assistant/Secretary, while an Administrative Assistant is needed in the County’s Bay Street complex to work with multiple departments. Both positions require strong customer service and office skills. Starting salary ranges $30,336 to $34,969, DOQ. These are full-time positions with full benefits and paid leave allowances. More details and position descriptions may be found below.

For best consideration, submit resume with cover letter and three professional references by July 21, 2017, to: 
Talbot County Government – Administrative Services
11 North Washington Street
Easton, MD 21601
or email to applications@talbotcountymd.gov

Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

POSITION JOB DESCRIPTIONS

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/SECRETARY
Administrative Services Department
The Administrative Services Department coordinates the administrative affairs of the County Government under the direction of the Director of Administrative Services. Human Resources and all County insurance coverages fall under this department. The Administrative Assistant provides secretarial services to the Director and some staff support. This is a full-time position with full benefits. Starting salary range is $32,306 - $34,969, DOQ.

For best consideration, submit resume with cover letter, three professional references and salary requirements by July 21, 2017 to:  Talbot County Government – Administrative Services, 11 North Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601 or email to applications@talbotcountymd.gov Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

QUALIFICATIONS  
This position requires significant experience in administrative/secretarial duties with an emphasis on customer service skills. Applicants must have a minimum of three years working experience in administrative positions of increasing responsibilities. Further requirements: excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to multi-task efficiently in a busy office, proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel, strong organizational skills both within the office and with electronic files and ability to quickly learn and utilize new software programs. Experience in human resources and/or in health or property insurance is a plus, as is proficiency in Adobe Acrobat Pro and Microsoft Publisher. The individual in this position must be self-directed, able to work without supervision and be able to maintain a high level of security and confidentiality in all work-related matters.

RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Assists the Director of Administrative Services in a secretarial capacity, specifically all areas of insurance coverage and contracts, project management, research and grant applications.
2. Coordinates all job applications and interviews. Maintains all position descriptions.
3. Under the supervision of the Director, must develop, manage and maintain correspondence for the department.
4. Manage and maintain all departmental records and files, paper and electronic.
5. Coordinates Employees’ Wellness Programs.
6. Coordinates all employee training programs.
7. Assists Benefits staff as needed in data entry and other tasks as time permits.
8. Other duties as assigned.

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
(Multiple Departments – Talbot County Bay Street Complex)
This position provides general receptionist and support staff duties for the Departments of Economic Development and Tourism, Public Works, and Facilities Maintenance. While under the supervision of the Director of Economic Development and Tourism for the purpose of personnel management, the individual in this position is responsible for performing specific tasks for all three departments. Most tasks assigned to the position are generic and can be combined for all three departments. This is a full-time position with full benefits. Starting salary range is $30,336 - $34,490.

For best consideration, submit resume with cover letter and three professional references by July 21, 2017 to:  Talbot County Government – Administrative Services, 11 North Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601 or email to applications@talbotcountymd.gov  Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

QUALIFICATIONS
Graduation from an accredited high school with at least three years of experience in a professional office setting providing secretarial or clerical services/support. Excellent computer skills, proficiency with Microsoft Office products and current office technology, methods and processes is required. Any equivalent combination of acceptable education and experience that provides the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities may be substituted. Excellent customer service skills required. Ability to edit/proofread and research, and experience with grants a plus. All work requires attention to security protocols and confidentiality.

RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Answer telephones and greet visitors at reception desk. Provide information and instruction(s) as necessary; forward calls and inquires to appropriate individuals for response.
2. Arrange conferences and meetings, including scheduling, set up and breakdown. Staff meetings if needed to take minutes. Prepare meeting packets and coordinate with commission/board/committee members. Maintain tidiness and booking schedule for Conference Rooms.
3. Provide clerical/secretarial support to all three departments, including but not limited to: drafting routine letters and documents, preparing reports, forms and documents as directed. Establishing and maintaining correspondence files if directed to do so.
4. Assist in processing invoices and billing statements when directed to do so.
5. Prepare and/or maintain reports regarding staff leave use and overtime. Maintain time cards for employees utilizing them.
6. Maintain office supply inventories. Prepare and submit purchase requests to designated supervisors when replenishment is necessary. Order supplies when requests are approved.
7. Provide assistance to staff and serve as liaison on major office equipment including copier(s), fax machines, printers and telephones.
8. Collect mail at Courthouse and distribute for all departments. Deliver mail to Courthouse for processing.
9. Maintain vehicle sign out and return. Inspect vehicles for cleanliness daily and report concerns or supervisor or designee. Maintain maintenance logs and service logs.
10. Perform other duties as assigned and/or required.

 

CORRECTIONAL OFFICER 

TALBOT COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 
H.S. Diploma or G.E.D., 18 years of age.  Starting salary for an uncertified correctional officer is $32,261 and for a certified correctional officer is DOQ with benefit package. We accept applications for this position year round.

For best consideration direct submissions to:
Department of Corrections
Administrative Office 
115 West Dover Street
Easton, MD 21601
or email to applications@talbotcountymd.gov

Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

TALBOT COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY SERVICES 
accepts applications for the following positions on a rolling basis:
 
EMT-B/Driver
Paramedic
Emergency Communications Dispatcher
 
Please submit letter of interest and resume to:
Cheril Thomas
Director of Administrative Services
Talbot County, Maryland
11 North Washington Street
Easton, MD 21601 
or email to applications@talbotcountymd.gov
 
Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
 
 

ENTRY LEVEL AND LATERAL DEPUTY SHERIFFS
The Talbot County Sheriff's Office currently has openings available for qualified applicants for Entry Level and Lateral Deputy Sheriffs.

Requirements for these positions are listed on our Applications which can be viewed and printed by clicking the Public Safety link above, and then clicking the Employment sections under the Sheriff tab.

For further information regarding the applicant process, please contact Captain Scott Mergenthaler or Corporal Marlene Gieraltowski at 410-822-1020.

Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

TALBOT COUNTY FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR
Principal community coordinator in the daily implementation of Talbot County’s flood loss reduction activities including enforcement of the Floodplain Management Ordinance. This position is required to drive county vehicles and travel within and outside the County. This position will coordinate and oversee department-wide grant applications and management.Evening and weekend meeting attendance will be necessary in the performance of duties. Minimum qualifications include: Training in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) with a possession of a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM®) certificate, or will obtain and maintain such a Certificate within (12) months of beginning employment. High school diploma or GED supplemented by vocational/technical training in a related field. Previous experience and/or training involving floodplain management is required. Preferred requirements: College degree with a minimum of an Associate degree, Bachelors’ preferred, in a related field of study including floodplain management, emergency management, planning, environmental studies, engineering, hydrology/hydraulics, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), governmental studies, etc. or commensurate experience. Compensation package includes: starting salary $38,207 plus full employee benefits.

For best consideration submit resume, letter of interest and at least three professional references by July 7, 2017 to:
Cheril Thomas
Director of Administrative Services
Talbot County, Maryland
11 North Washington Street
Easton, MD 21601
or email to applications@talbotcountymd.gov

Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

POSITION JOB DESCRIPTION

OVERVIEW
The Talbot County Department of Planning and Zoning administers and facilitates planning for the county’s physical development, growth and preservation. This includes comprehensive planning, zoning, subdivision, building permit and site plan review and enforcement of county, state and federal mandates and programs. The Department administers and coordinates the functions of several boards and commissions to include the Board of Appeals, Planning Commission, Historic Preservation Commission, and Agricultural Land Preservation Advisory Board. The Department oversees the issuance and inspection process for a variety of permits and licenses.

GENERAL POSITION DESCRIPTION 
Unless directed otherwise, this position reports to the Assistant Planning Officer and is the principal community coordinator in the daily implementation of Talbot County’s flood loss reduction activities including enforcement of the Floodplain Management Ordinance, updating flood maps, plans and policies, and any activity related to administration of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). This position is responsible for the maintenance of records and documents that keep the community eligible to participate in the FEMA’s NFIP and Community Rating System (CRS).

This position will also coordinate and oversee department-wide grant applications and management including identifying potential funding sources, writing grants, collaborating with other County agencies on grant applications and processing, monitoring and coordinating required reports.

This position is required to drive county vehicles and travel within and outside the County. Evening and weekend meeting attendance will be necessary in the performance of duties.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Training in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) with a possession of a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM®) certificate, or will obtain and maintain such a Certificate within (12) months of beginning employment. High school diploma or GED supplemented by vocational/technical training in a related field. Previous experience and/or training involving floodplain management is required.

Preferred requirements
College degree with a minimum of an Associates degree, Bachelors’ preferred, in a related field of study including floodplain management, emergency management, planning, environmental studies, engineering, hydrology/hydraulics, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), governmental studies, etc. or commensurate experience.

REQUIRED SKILLS
1. Familiarity with floodplain development requirements and the ability to explain same to community leaders, citizens, and general public when requested.  Function as community representative for floodplain management studies and mapping activities.
2. Proficient at or the ability to become proficient at reading and interpreting floodplain maps, flood insurance studies, plats, construction plans and site plans.
3. Ability to maintain records and documentation that keep Talbot County eligible to participate in FEMAs NFIP and Community Rating System.
4. Review and maintain files, documents, permits, variances, FEMA map revisions (LOMC), elevation certificates, and maintain Community Floodplain Management reference library.
5. Ability to provide floodplain management guidance related to community drainage improvements, flood protection, floodplain management and mitigation projects.
6. Ability to assist and cooperate with FEMA and State Floodplain Manager representatives during Community Assistance Visits (CAV), Community Rating System (CRS) Program reviews, and other floodplain management program actions for coordination.
7. Ability to read and understand rules and regulations, zoning, building and floodplain codes, and applicable State and Federal regulations. 
8. Thorough knowledge of business English, spelling, punctuation and math.  Excellent reading comprehension, writing and communication skills. Strong verbal communication skills with ability to prepare and offer oral presentations, written reports and grant applications. 
9. Proficiency with Microsoft Office, plus familiarity GIS or CAD programs and graphics software.
10. Able to work effectively and efficiently with minimal supervision.
11. Ability to set and achieve priority tasks while maintaining a high level of accuracy.  Excellent organizational and time management skills are required to handle multiple tasks, set priorities and meet deadlines.


DUTIES AND WORK EXAMPLES (in general order of precedence and subject to change without prior notice)
1. Reviews building permit and planning applications to ensure compliance with Floodplain Management Ordinance and related State and Federal regulations. Coordinates with applicants, other departments, commissions and outside agencies to facilitate additional review requirements to ensure expeditious processing of application.
2. Provides floodplain management support to various Boards or Commissions as assigned. Creates applications, forms, staff reports, and other documents as needed.  Processes applications and submittals and coordinates scheduling of hearings, and notifications. 
3.   Prepares outreach presentations and materials, coordinates and conducts community outreach events. Works with various County and community agencies to provide public education and awareness of the Floodplain Management Program.
4. Prepares and distributes to appropriate staff, property owners, and general public, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) flood zone overlays using Geographical Information Systems (GIS) applications and digital FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps.
5.  Coordinate and assist in Community Assistance Visits (CAV), Community Rating System (CRS) Program reviews, and other floodplain management program outreach and public education presentations.
6.   Research, prepare and submit grant applications related to topics of interest to the County; oversees their implementation and monitors for compliance.  Assist in managing associated budgets.
7. Provides support and technical assistance to administrative, inspection and development review staff as required.
8.   Other duties as assigned.

 

MACHINE EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II
TALBOT COUNTY ROADS DEPARTMENT
Graduation from an accredited high school or possession of a high school equivalence certificate is required. Minimum two years of full-time experience or its equivalent in the operation of dump trucks and/or construction equipment or commercial road maintenance equipment is preferred.  At least one of these types of equipment must have included a vehicle equipped with a pedal-operated clutch and a four-speed manual-selection transmission.  Applicant must possess a valid minimum Class B CDL license or be able to obtain one within six months of hire. Starting salary is $26,006 – $28,818, DOQ. Full benefit package.

For best consideration submit resume or application by July 21, 2017 to: 
Talbot County Roads Department
605 Port Street
Easton, MD 21601
or email to afinch-tyler@talbotcountymd.gov.

Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

POSITION JOB DESCRIPTION

OVERVIEW  
The Talbot County Roads Department responds to all aspects of programmed and routine maintenance, in all weather conditions, as well as emergency operations for approximately 370 miles of County-owned roads and rights-of-way.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Graduation from an accredited high school or possession of a high school equivalence and two years of full-time experience or its equivalent in the operation of dump trucks (26,001 G.V.W. or greater) and/or construction equipment or commercial road maintenance equipment.  At least one of these types of equipment must have included a vehicle equipped with a pedal-operated clutch and a four-speed manual-selection transmission.  Applicant must possess a valid Class B Commercial Driver’s License.

DUTIES & EXAMPLES OF WORK (examples are illustrative only)
1. Ability to operate heavy trucks or appropriate construction and maintenance equipment (i.e.:  backhoe, front-end loader, tractor mower, A-boom mower, wood chipper, tractor broom, tractor with ditching attachment, belt loader, pneumatic tire and steel wheeled rollers, asphalt paver, bucket truck, etc.) to maintain County owned roads, bridges and rights-of-way.
2. Exercises judgment for the safe operation of all types of automotive and truck equipment assigned.
3. Maintains the appearance of equipment by removing road soils, cleaning windshields, washing and steaming equipment.
4. Under the direction of Roads Department Shop Personnel changes oil, greases, lubricates, services oil and air filters, changes tires, checks oil levels in engines and gear cases, checks coolant levels in radiators, and replaces fuses and lamps.
5. May assist Roads Department Shop Personnel in the performance of more difficult maintenance functions.
6. Assists with the Roads Department’s annual resurfacing program.
7. Performs snow/ice removal as necessary.
8. May assist in the erection and maintenance of road signs.
9. May flag traffic as necessary.
10. Uses a variety of hand and power tools such as sledges, hammers, wrenches, brooms, shovels, picks, hand tamps, chain saws, drills, sprayers, post hole diggers, etc., and maintains such equipment.
11. Cleans buildings, shop areas, and grounds as needed.
12. Performs other necessary duties as required.

REQUIRED SKILLS
1. Ability to operate a variety of construction equipment and dump trucks with a GVW of 26,001 lbs. or greater.
2. Working knowledge of the operation of automotive equipment used in the maintenance and construction of highways and of the care and routine maintenance of trucks, gasoline engines and diesel engines.
3. Knowledge of the traffic regulations of the State of Maryland for operation commercial and non-commercial vehicles.  Knowledge of the safe operation of various types of automotive construction equipment.
4. Ability to maintain the appearance of an assigned piece of equipment and to perform minor maintenance functions such as:  changing oil, lubricating, servicing oil and filters, changing tires, checking oil levels in engines and gear cases, replacing fuses and lamps, and other functions under the supervision of Roads Department Shop Personnel.
5. Ability to understand written and oral instructions, and to keep simple records of daily activities on time card.
6. Ability to perform, under supervision, other related roadway and bridge maintenance functions.
7. Ability to report to work after normal business hours during adverse weather conditions.
8. Ability to perform heavy physical labor outdoors in all types of weather.

 

PARAMEDIC
TALBOT COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES, EMS DIVISION
Full-time position. Requirements: National Registry and Maryland Paramedic license, valid driver's license and copy of driving record.  Compensation: Salary approximately $45,000 which includes base salary, holiday compensation, and scheduled overtime.

For best consideration submit resume and cover letter by May 15, 2017 to:
Administrative Services
Talbot County Government
11 North Washington Street
Easton, MD 21601
or email to applications@talbotcountymd.gov

Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT AND COLLECTION SYSTEM OPERATOR
Talbot County, Maryland has an immediate full-time opening for Wastewater Treatment Pland and Collection System Operator. Applicants should have a minimum of 1 year of experience in general mechanical maintenance and construction work and a High School Diploma or equivalent and a valid Maryland driver’s license. Applicant may be required to acquire Maryland CDL designation at County’s discretion. Compenstion package includes: salary $32,306 plus full employee benefits.

For best consideration please submit resume, letter of interest and professional references by August 1, 2017 to:
Administrative Services
Talbot County
11 North Washington Street
Easton, MD 21601
or email to applications@talbotcountymd.gov

Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

POSITION JOB DESCRIPTION

DEFINITION
Under general supervision of the Collection System Supervisor, the Collection System Operator performs a variety of manual labor, semi-skilled and skilled work in the maintenance and repairs of sewer service lines and equipment; learns and demonstrates a full understanding of all applicable policies, procedures and work methods associated with assigned duties; performs other related duties as required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS
Collection System Operator I
This is the entry level class within the Collection Operator series.  Positions in this classification perform less difficult and complex tasks and receive on-the-job training in the performance of more complex duties.  Incumbents may receive direction from a Collection System Operator II.  This class is flexibly staffed, and incumbents may advance to the higher level class after gaining experience, obtaining required certifications and demonstrating proficiency which meets the qualifications for that classification.

Collection System Operator II
This is the journey level class within the Collection System Operator series.  Incumbents will perform a variety of maintenance and repair duties on sewer service lines and related facilities, and are expected to operate specialized pipeline maintenance equipment.  Incumbents may provide training to the Collection System Operator I classification.  This classification is distinguished from the next lower classification of Collection System Operator I by the level of responsibility, and the difficulty and complexity of assigned duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (vary depending upon the level of assignments and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following):
• Performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled work in the maintenance and repair of sewer lines, manholes, related facilities and equipment, including smoke testing, TV work, packing and sealing and infiltration and performs a variety of complex and difficult projects; may assist in training entry level collection system maintenance personnel; provides assistance to other County departments and divisions, as required.
• Inspects sewer collection lines for stoppages or damage; assists with and examines, maintains, cleans and unplugs lines with a variety of specialized equipment including hydro-cleaning, video and grouting vehicles; seals and grouts damaged lines as required; assists with or performs cleaning of collection lines.
• Test and monitor manholes for dangerous gases and uses proper safety precautions when entering underground areas; digs up and repairs damaged sections of pipe; cuts, installs, threads and assembles new pipe; operates a variety of equipment including forklifts; vibrators, jackhammers, tampers, and cutters; repairs pressure hoses; maintains assigned equipment.
• Assist in the coordination contracted repair work; maintains records on work performed and inventories of needed supplies and materials; regularly inspects lift stations and may repair or replace valves or fittings; performs flow monitoring; may assist in the maintenance of records for locating District installed equipment, pipelines and related facilities.
• Responds to questions and inquiries from the public; sets up traffic safety devices at work sites; may respond to emergency repair calls.
• May back up traffic safety set up, and maintain various records, logs, locates and marks utilities in support of the marking and location program.
• Establishes positive working relationships with County management and staff, other agencies and the public.

QUALIFICATIONS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Collection System Operator I
Elementary Knowledge of:
• Practices, techniques and materials used in the construction trade.
• Tools and equipment used in maintenance and repair activities.
• Operation and use of a variety of light, medium and heavy equipment.
• Utilities marking and locating procedures and practices.
• Occupational hazards and standard safety procedures.

Ability to:
• Deal tactfully with the public and others in providing information, answering questions and providing customer service.
• Read, understand, and follow posted work rules and procedures; follow oral and written directions; and accept constructive criticism.
• Meet the requirements to wear respiratory protection or other safety equipment.
• Perform heavy manual labor.
• Prepare and maintain basic reports and records.
• Operate a computer, and a variety of basic word processing and software applications.
• Safely and effectively operate tools and equipment used in the maintenance and repair of sewer collection systems and related facilities.
• Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships.

Collection System Operator II
Working Knowledge of:
• All of the above plus perform plus practices, techniques, materials and equipment used in the maintenance and repair of sewage collection systems.
• Confined space entry procedures, and related safety equipment.
• Regulatory requirements of local, State, and federal agencies regarding the O&M of collection and distribution systems, as well as familiarity with wastewater/water treatment plants and relative regulation(s).

Ability to:
• All of the above plus provide training to entry level personnel.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Any combination of training and experience which would provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:

Collection System Operator I
• One year of experience in general mechanical maintenance and construction work and a High School Diploma or equivalent.
• Possession of valid Maryland driver’s license; may be required to acquire Maryland CDL designation at County’s discretion. 

Collection System Operator II
• Two years of increasingly responsible experience in pipeline construction and maintenance, and a High School Diploma or equivalent; certification, as applicable, at a level for wastewater collection system or treatment plant operator from the Maryland Board of Waste and Waterworks Certification; and a High School Diploma or equivalent.
• Possession of valid Maryland driver’s license; may be required to acquire Maryland CDL designation at County’s discretion. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT
The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; sit; use hands and fingers to handle, or feel, reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear.  The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.  Incumbents must climb ladders and work at heights.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

 

PART-TIME POSITIONS  

ATTORNEY FOR BOARD OF APPEALS
The Talbot County Board of Appeals is seeking a Maryland licensed attorney with experience in zoning and land use law to serve as the Attorney to the Board. This is a part-time position with most meetings occurring on Monday evenings. Knowledge of the Talbot County Zoning, Subdivision and Land Use Ordinance is preferred. Among other duties, the Board Attorney provides legal advice to Board members on pending cases, prepares written decisions, and ensures that the Board complies with the Maryland Open Meetings Act.  The Board Attorney may not practice before the Board or provide legal services to those appearing before the Board during his or her tenure as Board Attorney. 

Interested individuals who are admitted to the Maryland bar and in good standing should submit a cover letter and resume by August 18, 2017 to:
Talbot County Board of Appeals
c/o Paul Shortall, Jr., Chairman
215 Bay Street, Suite 2
Easton, MD 21601  

Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 
HOG NECK GOLF COURSE

Talbot County's Hog Neck Golf Course is currently accepting employment applications for the following part time seasonal positions:
   Pro Shop Clerk
   Golf Starter
   Cart Person must be 16 years old. 

Salary $9.25 per hour.

Apply or send resume to:
Hog Neck Golf Course
10142 Old Cordova Road
Easton, MD 21601

Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

CAFÉ COUNTER CLERK

Talbot County Hog Neck Golf Course
Must be 21 years old and able to work a rotating schedule.  Salary $9.25 per hour plus tips.  

Apply or send resume to:
Hog Neck Golf Course
10142 Old Cordova Road
Easton, MD 21601

Applicant must pass a drug screening test and background check.

Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE
Talbot County Hog Neck Golf Course is accepting applications for seasonal grounds maintenance workers.  Duties include general maintenance and operating small equipment, must be available to work weekends.

Salary $9.25 and up depending on experience.

Apply at:
Hog Neck Golf Course
10029 Ocean Gateway
Easton, MD 21601

Applicant must pass a substance abuse test and background check.

Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

TALBOT COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY SERVICES 
accepts applications for the following positions on a rolling basis:
 
EMT-B/Driver
Paramedic
Emergency Communications Dispatcher
 
Please submit letter of interest and resume to:
Cheril Thomas
Director of Administrative Services
Talbot County, Maryland
11 North Washington Street
Easton, MD 21601 
or email to applications@talbotcountymd.gov
 
Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

TALBOT COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION
Part-Time Positions available:
Ice Rink Maintenance Staff, Evenings, Nights, Weekends, ** Must be 18 years or older**
Skate Guards/Skate Rental, **(must be able to ice skate)**
Cashiers/Concession Workers Fri – Mon, various hours **Must be 16 years or older**

Apply at Talbot County Community Center Mon – Fri, 8am – 4:30pm, 10028 Ocean Gateway, Easton, MD. 21601, 410-770-8050.

Talbot County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

  

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