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Public Works Maintenance Department

Meter Technician

The Parking Meter Technician installs and performs maintenance on all parking equipment; maintains inventory of parking meters; services and repairs meters and maintains change machines throughout Town. Collects money from all meters, investigates parking meter complaints and may assist customers with meter operation. This position requires frequent assisted and unassisted lifting of heavy materials and equipment. When not performing meter technician duties this person will be assigned other maintenance worker duties when required.

The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required to perform this job successfully. Additionally, candidates must have a high school diploma or GED with at least one year of demonstrated light machinery maintenance /repair experience. Additional technical education / certification is preferred. Customer service skills and a positive attitude are a must!

Candidate must possess a valid driver’s license and pass a post offer drug test and background check. Minimum starting salary for this position is $31,720 plus a comprehensive benefits package. Applications will be accepted until August 14, 2020 at 4:00 pm.

Please submit Town’s application to:

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Human Resources-Room 106
301 Baltimore Avenue
P.O. Box 158
Ocean City, MD 21843

Water/Wastewater Department

Purchasing Tech

The purpose of the position is to acquire supplies and goods as required by the assigned department at a competitive price in a time efficient manner. Employees in this classification perform entry level and basic routine administrative support work relating to the purchasing function. Responsibilities include: Counts, sorts, or weighs incoming articles to verify receipt of items on requisition or invoices. Compiles reports on use of stock handling equipment, adjustments of inventory count and stock records, spoilage of or damage to stock, location changes, and refusal of shipments. Determines methods of storage, identification, and stock location, considering temperature, humidity, height and weight limits, turnover, floor loading capacities, and required space. Moves or transports material or supplies to other departments. This position regularly lifts and moves up to 25 pounds, ability to operate a forklift is beneficial. Performs data entry functions for the inventory control programs. Experience in bookkeeping or stock keeping is desirable. Successful candidate must have a high school diploma, possess a valid drivers license and pass a pre-employment drug test and background check. Minimum starting salary is $34,971 plus benefits.

Submit Town’s application by August 13,2020 at 4pm to:

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301 Baltimore Avenue
P.O. Box 158
Ocean City, MD 21843
Veterans are encouraged to apply

Information Technology Director

The IT Director provides vision and leadership for developing and implementing information technology systems and initiatives for the Town. This position also ensures the maintenance of a robust and state of the art technology program.

This is accomplished through the creation and maintenance of all policies related to technology usage and applications, the establishment of IT goals and objectives, conducting needs assessments to determine and prioritize technology requirements and initiatives, establishment of work standards for the department, development and assessment of staff skills and abilities, as well as the development and management of annual IT budget.

In addition, this position is responsible for the preparation of proposals and the selection of vendors for outsourced projects, the creation of a culture of responsiveness that provides excellent service to internal customers, ensuring the continuous delivery of network and telecommunications services and strong understanding of all areas of IT including help desk, application management, telecommunications, system & network engineering, project management, and special emphasis on network administration.

Providing services to a full-time workforce of 550+ that increases annually by an additional 750+ seasonal employees, the Director manages under conditions where peak workloads require tasks be accomplished in compressed time frames.

In addition to strong technical skills, a deep knowledge of current trends and a desire to stay current on developments in the field is required. The Town seeks a leader to guide an IT staff of eight and provide consultation to multiple departments with differing operational and technical needs.

A seasoned IT professional with Bachelor’s degree (B. S.) in Information Technology, Computer Science, or related field; minimum of six years related experience and/or training including management experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

The salary range for this position is $80,155 – $104,200. Final salary will be commensurate with education and relevant experience. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled with first consideration to applications received by August 7, 2020.


Human Resources-Room 106
301 Baltimore Avenue
P.O. Box 158
Ocean City, MD 21843

Fire Marshal’s Office

Fire Inspector/Investigator

The Ocean City Fire Department: Office of the Fire Marshal is responsible for the enforcement of fire/explosive laws and applicable work in fire inspection, plans review, code enforcement, fire origin/cause investigation, court testimony, and explosive device response for the Town of Ocean City.

The Ocean City Fire Department: Office of the Fire Marshal is responsible for proactive fire code enforcement, fire/explosive investigations and hazardous device response for the Town of Ocean City. The work of Deputy Fire Marshals assigned to the division varies widely, and may involve plans review and inspections for new and existing buildings, origin and cause investigations, courtroom testimony, bomb and hazmat response, and special projects/events assistance.

The Fire Safety Inspector is the entry-level/trainee position in the Fire Marshal’s Office, and will be responsible for code enforcement and origin/cause fire investigation assistance while obtaining the necessary education, training, and experience for required promotion to a sworn law enforcement position (Deputy Fire Marshal II). Duties and responsibilities commensurate with training, experience, and Departmental needs will be assigned as the team member prepares for promotion.

Schedule is predominantly day work (M-F) with rotating on-call status, and is subject to periodic evening/weekend assignments related to investigations and the Town’s various special events. Uniforms, equipment and training are provided at no cost to the employee; on-call Deputy Fire Marshals living in proximity to the Town of Ocean City are also provided with a take-home response vehicle.

Candidate must possess excellent customer service skills, strong organizational and communication skills and a high level of proficiency in oral, written, and digital communications. Entry-level candidates must have a valid driver’s license and some fire service/law enforcement/fire protection education or experience.

Successful candidate should be capable of obtaining necessary certifications (Fire Inspector I/II, Fire Investigator, HazMat Technician) for promotion to DFM 1, within 18 months of employment, pending training availability and Departmental priorities.

Base annual salary range for position and promotional opportunities are:

-Fire Safety Inspector: $39,194 to 62,360 (Entry Level)

-Deputy Fire Marshal I: $47,167 to 75,045

-Deputy Fire Marshal II: $51,741 to 82,323

Hiring is subject to:

-written test, interviews, law enforcement background investigation

-physical capabilities test (prior to attendance to police academy)

Vacancies will remain open until positions filled.

To apply, submit the following:

1. Town of Ocean City Application

2. Resume/Curriculum Vitae w/ Complete Certification Documentation


Ocean City Human Resources
301 Baltimore Avenue, Room 106/ P.O. Box 158
Ocean City, MD 21843