City of Annapolis

Annapolis, Maryland was settled in 1649 and celebrated its 350th birthday last year. Annapolis actually received its charter from Queen Anne of England on November 22, 1708 and is the oldest incorporated city in Maryland and one of the oldest in the entire United States. Annapolis is a full-service City and offers to our citizens a complete range of services, many of which are described below and just a click away. Annapolis is a highly diverse City and we take pride in being described as a City of Neighborhoods. We cooperate with numerous civic and neighborhood groups to enhance the quality of life of all Annapolitans. The City employs nearly 550 people who work hard every day to make sure Annapolis remains the community of choice for our residents as the greatest place to live, work, and raise a family!

7 job(s) at City of Annapolis

City of Annapolis, MD Annapolis, MD, USA
May 23, 2017
Full Time
City of Annapolis Office of Human Resources 145 Gorman Street, 2nd Fl Annapolis, MD 21401-2535 CityJobs@annapolis.gov • 410-263-7998 • Fax 410-295-7999 • Deaf, hard of hearing or speech disability - Use MD Relay or 711 • www.annapolis.gov Position Vacancy Announcement Position City Council Associate (1521) Opening date May 22, 2017 Department Office of Law Closing date June 5, 2017 Salary range $45,446.73 $72,714.38 (A10) General statement of duties Performs a wide variety of administrative functions in the City Clerk's Office providing logistical and administrative assistance to the City Council. Distinguishing features of the class This is a responsible administrative position in the Office of the City Clerk which involves detailed administrative functions related to implementation of specific activities and responsibilities. Considerable judgment is required in establishing or adapting work procedures to new situations and in performing varied administrative services. Attendance at City Council and Council committee meetings is required. Supervision and direction is received from Members of the City Council and the City Manager. Examples of work (Illustrative only)  Provides administrative support to the Mayor and City Council;  Serves as recording secretary for standing committees;  Attends and reports on standing committees;  Acts as Liaison between the standing committees and the City Clerk, the Office of the Mayor, and other city departments;  Creates agendas and minutes for all standing committee meetings;  Assists City Council members in obtaining information from city departments;  Assists City Council members in tracking legislation;  Schedules all standing committee meetings as well as scheduling city employees and others to come before the standing committees;  Performs administrative and research functions for standing committees;  Serves as Recording Secretary for ad hoc committees as directed by the City Manager;  Performs other related duties as assigned. Required knowledge, skills and abilities Thorough knowledge of governmental organization and administration; thorough knowledge of office procedures and equipment; ability to follow complex oral and written instructions; ability to plan, organize and implement a variety of activities; ability to present ideas effectively either orally or in writing within time constraints with minimal supervision; demonstrated ability to maintain complete records and prepare reports; ability to make decisions in accordance with laws, ordinances, regulations and established policies and procedures; ability to maintain confidential information; good oral and written communications skills; good judgment; tact and courtesy. Acceptable experience and training Considerable experience in clerical work, some of which may have involved taking and transcribing minutes or preparing correspondence; completion of standard high school course with completion of business school or some college courses highly desirable; word processing experience; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Americans with disabilities act Physical ability: ability to sit continuously at a computer terminal or desk for extended periods; ability to operate standard office equipment including copier, computer, fax machine, mailing machine, etc.; ability to reach into file drawers in standard four-drawer filing cabinets. Visual ability: sufficient to effectively operate office equipment including copier, computer etc.; to read and write reports, correspondence, instructions, etc. Hearing ability: sufficient to hold conversation with other individuals both in person and over a telephone; ability to hear recording effectively with other individuals in person and over a telephone. Speaking ability: sufficient to communicate effectively with other individuals in person and over a telephone. Freedom from mental disorders which would interfere with performance of duties as described. Application process Candidates must complete a City of Annapolis application form. The application is on-line at www.annapolis.gov and must be filed by the closing date. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, without regard to political or religious opinion or affiliation, race, creed, color, sex, national origin, marital status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identification, or genetic information. The City of Annapolis is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ADA Compliant Employer.
City of Annapolis, MD Annapolis, MD, USA
May 20, 2017
Full Time
City of Annapolis Office of Human Resources 145 Gorman Street, 2nd Fl Annapolis, MD 21401-2535 CityJobs@annapolis.gov • 410-263-7998 • Fax 410-295-7999 • www.annapolis.gov Deaf, hard of hearing or speech disability - use MD Relay or 711 Position Vacancy Announcement Position Police Officer (4009) Opening date May 19, 2017 Department Police Closing date July 7, 2017 Salary range $48,425 - $77,480 (P10) Please visit www.annapolis.gov for further details. General statement of duties Performs general duty police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances; does related work as required. Distinguishing features of the class This is general duty police work consisting of routine patrol work in an assigned area, preliminary investigation and miscellaneous duties incidental thereto, performed in accordance with department rules and regulations. A senior officer regularly checks the work and gives specific instructions and assistance when special problems arise, although a Police Officer is required to exercise initiative and discretion when faced with emergency conditions. The work involves an element of personal danger. A Police Officer may be assigned to make plainclothes investigations or to serve in special capabilities such as helicopter dispatcher or community relations representative for the division. Although Police Officer/Police Officer First Class perform the same tasks, the concept of the class is based upon the assumption that Police Officer First Class brings a higher level of knowledge and skills to the job as evidenced by passing a competitive, job related promotional examination and certification from resulting eligible list. Examples of work (illustrative only) • Enforces the law and ordinances of the City and State and all other pertinent laws; • Patrols an assigned area during a specific period and/;or responds to a call in motorized police equipment or on foot; • Checks doors and windows and examines premises of unoccupied buildings or residences in order to detect any suspicious conditions; • Investigates suspicious conditions and complaints and makes arrests of persons who violate laws and ordinances; • Accompanies prisoners to headquarters, jail or court and appears in court as arresting officer; • Maintains surveillance and contact with known criminals and their associates; • Directs traffic and either arrests or gives violation tickets to those who break traffic laws; • Checks automobile parking in restricted areas and gives violation tickets when necessary; • Works at desk, answering telephone, dispatching patrol cars, operating radio transmitter, maintaining records, preparing reports and performing other clerical and administrative duties; • Prepares and gives lectures to school, civic and other groups; • Attends fires or accidents in assigned area as directed, gives all possible assistance and prepares necessary reports; • Maintains order in crowds and attends parades, funerals or other public gatherings and quells rioters or other unruly disturbances; • Escorts funerals, parades and other public processions; • Watches for stolen cars and wanted or missing persons; • Makes investigations and enforces City and State laws pertaining to juvenile offenders; • Answers criminal complaints and takes necessary corrective action; • Gives advice on laws, ordinances and general information to the public; • Provides emergency first aid as required; • May be assigned to undercover or plainclothes investigative tasks; • Serves as crime laboratory officer, collecting and evaluating evidence, taking and processing photographs, etc.; • Serves as drug custody coordinator; • Interviews applicants for positions and conducts additional interviews of references and others familiar with applicants' background; • Classifies police incident reports in accordance with uniform crime code; • Operates motorcycle, radio patrol car, patrol wagon or police copter as required; • Writes reports and testifies in court as required; • Acts for Corporal or Sergeant in their absence as required. Required knowledge, skills and abilities Some knowledge of Federal, State and City laws; good social and general intelligence; ability to understand and carry out complex oral and written instructions; ability to drive an automobile or a motorcycle; some skill in the use of firearms; good judgment; good powers of observation and memory; excellent moral character; physical strength and agility. Acceptable experience and training Completion of a standard high school course and preferably possession of an associate degree in job-related field; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Americans with Disabilities Act Physical ability: ability to lift and/or move heavy objects or persons weighing from 150 to 300 pounds in the course of rescue activities; ability to physically restrain persons in the course of law enforcement activities; ability to give chase on foot in the course of law enforcement/criminal apprehension activities; ability to withstand working outside in all extreme weather conditions. Visual ability: sufficient to operate a police vehicle both day and night, to observe criminal actions taking place, to observe traffic violations taking place, to read and write reports, correspondence, etc. Hearing ability: sufficient to understand radio transmissions and conversation with other individuals both in person and over a telephone. Speaking ability: sufficient to communicate effectively with other individuals in person, over a telephone and or radio. Freedom from mental disorders which would interfere with performance of duties as described. Application process Candidates must complete a City of Annapolis application form. The application must be postmarked, or received in the City of Annapolis Department of Human Resources office by 4:30 p.m. on the closing date. Incomplete applications will not be considered. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, without regard to political or religious opinion or affiliation, race, creed, color, sex, national origin, marital status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or genetic information. The City of Annapolis is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ADA Compliant Employer.
City of Annapolis, MD Annapolis, MD, USA
May 18, 2017
Full Time
City of Annapolis Office of Human Resources 145 Gorman Street, 2nd Fl Annapolis, MD 21401-2535 CityJobs@annapolis.gov • 410-263-7998 • Fax 410-295-7999 • Deaf, hard of hearing or speech disability - Use MD Relay or 711 • www.annapolis.gov Position Vacancy Announcement Position Environmentalist (5210) - Urban Forester Opening date April 20, 2017 Department Office of Environmental Policy Closing date May 31, 2017 Salary range $52,518 $84,030 (A12) GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Conducts professional research, and coordinates environmental matters related to the planning, design, permit processes, construction and maintenance of City owned properties and private properties as needed within the jurisdiction of the City; serves as City Forester; does related work as required. DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: This classification provides a level of professional work in the management and coordination of environmental matters related to planning and policy within the Office of Environmental Policy, and in the interaction with other City staff and the public. Position requires professional level environmental, management and administrative knowledge and skills for the development, implementation, administration and evaluation of environmental projects and programs within the department. The position is also responsible for review and compliance pertaining to these programs and projects, and to projects as proposed by others to be undertaken within the City jurisdiction. Requires contractual services administration, grant acquisition and administration, policy and budget analysis, knowledge of local, State and Federal environmental policies and regulations. Must be able to establish and maintain cooperative relationships with fellow employees and the public. Supervision and instruction is received from Director of Environmental Policy, although ability to act independently is necessary. Employee may provide supervision as needed for program implementation. EXAMPLES OF WORK: (Illustrative only) • Administer urban forest program; • Provides staff assistance to various boards and commissions; after hours required; • Review development proposals for environmental compliance and environmental design as part of the permitting process; • Administers enforcement procedures regarding noncompliance with environmental regulations; • Interacts with Federal, State and local governments; • Supervises projects which enhance or protect the environment; • Undertakes studies and evaluates environmental problems with engineering personnel and representatives of other agencies and private interests; • Supervises and maintains necessary records and reports; • Performs a wide variety of other environmental, technical and administrative duties regarding the improvement and enhancement of the City's environmental resources. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Thorough knowledge of and an understanding of pertinent Federal, State and local environmental regulations: working knowledge of natural resources management and the general principles of engineering, forestry and ecological sciences; ability to plan, layout and direct assigned projects; interpret and analyze scientific and engineering data, plans, maps and specifications; ability to conduct field investigations; ability to perform scientific computations; skill in the use of basic scientific and engineering instruments; ability to maintain effective working relationships with others; ability to express oneself clearly and concisely, orally and in writing; proven administrative ability: familiarity with budget processes; competence in public presentation; good professional judgment; good physical condition. ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING: Graduation from a four-year college or university of recognized standing, advanced degree preferred, with major work in Natural Resource management, Environmental or Civil Engineering, or closely related fields of study, or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge and skills. Certifications as an Arborist through the International Society of Arborticulture , and as a Maryland Roadside Tree Expert through the Maryland Department of Natural Resources desired. Possession of a valid Maryland State Driver's License for motor vehicles. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT: Physical ability: ability to perform required inspections on sites; ability to stand, crouch, climb stairs, walk, climb ladders, and ambulate over rugged terrain and through buildings and deteriorated structures; ability to withstand exposure to rodents, insects, etc.; ability to withstand working outside in all extreme weather conditions; ability to operate a motor vehicle; ability to operate standard office equipment including copier, computer, fax machine, etc.; ability to reach into file drawers in standard four-drawer filing cabinets. Visual ability: sufficient to observe violations of codes, to effectively operate standard office equipment; ability to read and write reports, correspondence, instructions, drawings, etc. Hearing ability: sufficient to hold conversation with other individuals both in person, over a telephone, and/or radio. Speaking ability: sufficient to communicate effectively with other individuals in person over a telephone and/or radio. Freedom from mental disorders which would interfere with performance of duties as directed. APPLICATION PROCESS Candidates must complete a City of Annapolis application form. The application is on-line at www.annapolis.gov and must be filed by the closing date. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, without regard to political or religious opinion or affiliation, age, race, creed, color, sex, national origin, marital status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, sexual identity, or genetic information. The City of Annapolis is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ADA Compliant Employer.
City of Annapolis, MD Annapolis, MD, USA
May 11, 2017
Full Time
Truxtun Park Pool Lifeguard Job Description Pay Range: $10.50 - $13.50 per hour Total work hours per week are not to exceed 40 hours for seasonal work. The position does not include any benefits with regard to vacation, sick leave, health, dental, vision or holiday leave. All Recreation and Parks Department employees shall be subject to a Criminal Background Check and Drug Screening. General Statement of Duties Lifeguards ensure the safety of Truxtun Pool patrons by preventing and responding to emergencies, maintaining safe swimming conditions and creating a positive environment. Essential Functions • Maintains constant surveillance of the pool and pool areas. • Acts immediately and appropriately to secure safety of patrons in the event of an emergency. • Provides emergency care and treatment as required. • Presents professional appearance and attitude at all times and maintains a high standard of customer service. • Conveys information on programs and schedules to patrons. • Performs various maintenance duties as directed to maintain a clean and safe facility. • Performs chemical testing as prescribed and takes immediate corrective action as needed. • Prepares and maintains appropriate activity reports. • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities • Ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations. • Skill in the application of surveillance and rescue techniques. • Ability to follow routine verbal and written instructions. • Knowledge of customer service standards. • Knowledge of principles, practices and application of lifesaving CPR and first aid techniques. Additional Requirements • Minimum age of 18 • CPR Certified • Current Lifeguard Certification • No more than 2 weeks off for the summer and must submit vacation schedule
City of Annapolis, MD Annapolis, MD, USA
May 11, 2017
Full Time
Recreation & Enrichment Camp Leader (July - August) Min. 18 yrs. of age Criminal background check/drug test Must obtain CPR certification prior to employment Experience working with children First Aid & CPR certified weekdays 9:00am - 3:00pm $8.75 - $9.25 Day Camp Assistant Director & Counselors (June - August) Min. 18 yrs. of age or High School graduate Must obtain CPR certification prior to employment Criminal background check /Drug test Elementary educational classes First Aid & CPR certified Experience working with children weekdays - hrs vary 8:30am - 4:30pm max 40 hrs $8.75 - $13.00
City of Annapolis, MD Annapolis, MD, USA
May 11, 2017
Full Time
City of Annapolis Office of Human Resources 145 Gorman Street, 2nd Fl Annapolis, MD 21401-2535 CityJobs@annapolis.gov • 410-263-7998 • Fax 410-295-7999 • www.annapolis.gov Deaf, hard of hearing or speech disability - use MD Relay or 711 Position Vacancy Announcement Position Police Officer (4009) Lateral only (MPTC Certified) Opening date March 26, 2015 Department Police Closing date Open Until Filled Salary range $47,005.52 - $75,2009.21 (P10) Please visit www.annapolis.gov for further details. General statement of duties Performs general duty police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances; does related work as required. Distinguishing features of the class This is general duty police work consisting of routine patrol work in an assigned area, preliminary investigation and miscellaneous duties incidental thereto, performed in accordance with department rules and regulations. A senior officer regularly checks the work and gives specific instructions and assistance when special problems arise, although a Police Officer is required to exercise initiative and discretion when faced with emergency conditions. The work involves an element of personal danger. A Police Officer may be assigned to make plainclothes investigations or to serve in special capabilities such as helicopter dispatcher or community relations representative for the division. Although Police Officer/Police Officer First Class perform the same tasks, the concept of the class is based upon the assumption that Police Officer First Class brings a higher level of knowledge and skills to the job as evidenced by passing a competitive, job related promotional examination and certification from resulting eligible list. Examples of work (illustrative only) • Enforces the law and ordinances of the City and State and all other pertinent laws; • Patrols an assigned area during a specific period and/;or responds to a call in motorized police equipment or on foot; • Checks doors and windows and examines premises of unoccupied buildings or residences in order to detect any suspicious conditions; • Investigates suspicious conditions and complaints and makes arrests of persons who violate laws and ordinances; • Accompanies prisoners to headquarters, jail or court and appears in court as arresting officer; • Maintains surveillance and contact with known criminals and their associates; • Directs traffic and either arrests or gives violation tickets to those who break traffic laws; • Checks automobile parking in restricted areas and gives violation tickets when necessary; • Works at desk, answering telephone, dispatching patrol cars, operating radio transmitter, maintaining records, preparing reports and performing other clerical and administrative duties; • Prepares and gives lectures to school, civic and other groups; • Attends fires or accidents in assigned area as directed, gives all possible assistance and prepares necessary reports; • Maintains order in crowds and attends parades, funerals or other public gatherings and quells rioters or other unruly disturbances; • Escorts funerals, parades and other public processions; • Watches for stolen cars and wanted or missing persons; • Makes investigations and enforces City and State laws pertaining to juvenile offenders; • Answers criminal complaints and takes necessary corrective action; • Gives advice on laws, ordinances and general information to the public; • Provides emergency first aid as required; • May be assigned to undercover or plainclothes investigative tasks; • Serves as crime laboratory officer, collecting and evaluating evidence, taking and processing photographs, etc.; • Serves as drug custody coordinator; • Interviews applicants for positions and conducts additional interviews of references and others familiar with applicants' background; • Classifies police incident reports in accordance with uniform crime code; • Operates motorcycle, radio patrol car, patrol wagon or police copter as required; • Writes reports and testifies in court as required; • Acts for Corporal or Sergeant in their absence as required. Required knowledge, skills and abilities Some knowledge of Federal, State and City laws; good social and general intelligence; ability to understand and carry out complex oral and written instructions; ability to drive an automobile or a motorcycle; some skill in the use of firearms; good judgment; good powers of observation and memory; excellent moral character; physical strength and agility. Acceptable experience and training Completion of a standard high school course and preferably possession of an associate degree in job-related field; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Additional Requirements Possession of certificate of satisfactory completion from the Maryland Police Training Commission. Radar Certification. Intoximeter Certification. Firearms Certification. Americans with Disabilities Act Physical ability: Ability to lift and/or move heavy objects or persons weighing from 150 to 300 pounds in the course of rescue activities; ability to physically restrain persons in the course of law enforcement activities; ability to give chase on foot in the course of law enforcement/criminal apprehension activities; ability to withstand working outside in all extreme weather conditions. Visual ability: Sufficient to operate a police vehicle both day and night, to observe criminal actions taking place, to observe traffic violations taking place, to read and write reports, correspondence, etc. Hearing ability: Sufficient to understand radio transmissions and conversation with other individuals both in person and over a telephone. Speaking ability: Sufficient to communicate effectively with other individuals in person, over a telephone and or radio. Freedom from mental disorders which would interfere with performance of duties as described. Application process Candidates must complete a City of Annapolis application form. The application must be postmarked, or received in the City of Annapolis Department of Human Resources office by 4:30 p.m. on the closing date. Incomplete applications will not be considered. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, without regard to political or religious opinion or affiliation, race, creed, color, sex, national origin, marital status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or genetic information. The City of Annapolis is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ADA Compliant Employer.
City of Annapolis, MD Annapolis, MD, USA
May 11, 2017
Full Time
Now Hiring Child Care Directors & Teachers City of Annapolis Recreation and Parks School Age Child Care is now hiring Child Care Directors and Teachers Part time for our Before and After School Child Care Programs. Appropriate college coursework or OCC training required. Please submit transcripts/certifications/with application. Fax application to 410-626-9731 or call 410-263-7958. Application may be obtained on line http://www.annapolis.gov/Government/Departments/HumanRes/forms/EmpApp.pdf Director • Minimum Age - 21 years • Training - a total of 135 clock hours (or 9 credit hours) in the following: 45 clock hours child development, 45 clock hours of school-age curriculum, and 45 clock hours of child care administration • Additional Pre-Service Requirements - 9 clock hours in communication with staff, parents & the public, and 3 clock hours in OCC regulations • Education - High School Diploma or GED • Experience - 400 hours under supervision primarily with school age children or 1 year as a registered Family Day Care Provider (school age) Child Care Teacher • Minimum Age - 19 years • Training - a total of 90 clock hours (or 6 credit hours) in the following: 45 clock hours child development, 45 clock hours of school-age curriculum. • Additional Pre-Service Requirements - 9 clock hours in communication with staff, parents & the public. • Education - High School Diploma or GED • Experience - 400 hours under supervision primarily with school age children or 1 year of college or a combination of College + Experience = 1 year