County Engineer, Mercer County Engineering Department
The senior-level position oversees highly technical professional engineering for the Engineering Division and provides oversight for all engineering and public works technical departmental functions. The County Engineer serves as a manager and is responsible for overseeing overall planning and administration of capital projects relating to roadway, bridges, traffic and buildings, as well as overseeing activities of the Engineering Division and Public Works.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited college or university required. Candidate must be a registered Professional Engineer in New Jersey and must have at least ten (10) years progressively responsible experience in civil plan review and project management, including eight to 10 years supervisory experience; or any equivalent combination of experience and training that provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work and that meets licensing requirements.
Candidate should have knowledge of current engineering design, construction and maintenance functions; previous experience with County and/or Municipal infrastructure master plans and implementation; recent experience with interpretation and enforcement of federal, state and local civil engineering requirements; candidate Registered Professional Land Surveyor in New Jersey preferred.This is an appointed position for a term of five (5) years.
Mercer County offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package. Mercer County residency is required within one year of appointment.
Send resume and application with cover letter to: Raissa L. Walker, Personnel Director, Mercer County Administration Building, 640 South Broad Street, PO Box 8068, Trenton, NJ 08650-0068.
Parking Attendant (PT),Trenton-Mercer Airport
Parking Attendant candidate to operate shuttle bus transporting passengers from Airport parking lots to Airport terminal. Candidate will be required to possess Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with passenger endorsement. Previous bus or heavy duty vehicle experience preferred. Will be required to assist elderly and handicapped passengers as needed. Must be 21 years old with a clean driving record. Candidate must have strong interpersonal and communications skills, be able to read, write and compute basic math. Ability to interpret and apply transit system operating rules, regulations, policies and routes.
Salary Range $16.39 - $21.78 hour
Ability to works shifts and flexible schedules
Mercer County residency required. Candidate would be subject to all Civil Service regulations. Send resume and application with cover letter to: Raissa Walker, Personnel Director, Mercer County Administration Building, 640 South Broad Street, PO Box 8068, Trenton, NJ 08650-0068.
OTES Plan Specialist/Training Manager, Mercer County One Stop
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, supervision and management of career counselors, review & approval of all customers entering occupational training, keeping abreast of training provided by partner agencies, will be primary OS contact & maintain relationship with service providers to ensure problems/issues are addressed; ensure counseling staff is well informed & follows procedures for specialized services i.e. Tuition Waivers, Work Search Waivers, etc.; ensure counselors are monitoring customers’ progress & data entering all relevant information into OSOS; ensure eligibility certification is performed in accordance with WIOA & WFNJ guidelines.
Requirements: Experience in counseling (preferably career and/or job readiness), ability to work with varied populations, proficient in Word (other Microsoft programs a plus); minimum 3 years of supervisory experience. Bachelor’s Degree required (Social Sciences preferred). Salary dependent upon skills and experience.
Mercer County residency required. Send resume and application with cover letter to: Raissa L. Walker, Personnel Director, Mercer County Administration Building, 640 South Broad Street, PO Box 8068, Trenton, NJ 08650-0068.
Entry Level Law Enforcement (LEE)
In order to be considered for employment in an entry-level law enforcement position, candidates must pass a written exam called the Law Enforcement Examination (LEE). Those who pass will remain in the eligible pool for two years. The pool of eligible candidates that results from the LEE will be used to fill positions for law enforcement titles in all Civil Service jurisdictions. Please contact the New Jersey Civil Service Commission with questions regarding the LEE.
Other Career Resources
- One-Stop Career Center
- New Jersey Civil Service Commission
- New Jersey Department of Labor
- United States Department of Labor
All applicants are subject to pre-employment test including drug text, physical examination and background check.
Updated August 16, 2018