Wanted: Full Time Police Officer

This is a full-time, experience-only position as a municipal police officer with a community-oriented police department.  The person in this position conducts law enforcement and peacekeeping activities, establishes strong involvement with the community using problem solving skills to address issues of concern, and, is responsible for crime prevention and repression, traffic law enforcement, parking enforcement, protective patrol services, arbitration in neighborhood and family disputes, apprehension and arrest (or citation or warning) of criminal law violators and recovery of stolen property.

Work is performed in accordance applicable statutory law, case law, accreditation standards and department policy. Work involves an element of personal danger and, as work is at times performed without the presence of a supervisor, employees must be able to make decisions and act independently without direct supervision.  Employees must exercise discretion and professional judgment when making enforcement decisions, during use of force situations and in encountering emergencies.  Assignments and special instructions are received from superior officers, who review work methods and results through personal observations, inspections, reports and discussions.

Starting salary minimum $40,000 per year plus benefits, EOE.  Benefits include healthcare co-op and retirement plan through the State of Maryland, and take-home car after probationary period.  Candidate MUST be MPTC certified.

Please submit resume to: Chief of Police/Town of Upper Marlboro, P.O. Box 280, Upper Marlboro, MD 20773, or, email to: cwashington@uppermarlboromd.gov.  Qualified applicants can pick-up applications from Town Hall on weekdays 9am to 5pm (closed weekends & holidays) 14211 School Lane, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772.

All Applications & Resumes due at Town Hall by Friday February 23rd, 2018 at 5pm.

The Town of Upper Marlboro was established in 1706, and currently 0.4 square miles with a population of 650. The Town has a busy Downtown during the week as we are home to the District Court and County Administrative Offices. The Town is gearing to annex surrounding communities, which would provide additional opportunities for promotion and growth within its Police Department.

Position: Maintenance Worker 1

Department: Public Works

Full-time, entry level position as Maintenance Worker I (MW-I) for the Town of Upper Marlboro Public Works Department. While the Town will be accepting resumes and holding interviews, the position will not be available until May 2018. Requires manual labor, unskilled and semi-skilled, for a variety of tasks in the Public Works Department.  Job requires working knowledge and skills in the safe operation of trucks, equipment, specialty tools and techniques, both motorized and hand-operated that are pertinent to tasks required. Good knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions. Possess ability to relate well to peers, supervisors and public. Understand and follow oral and/or written instructions and Town policies. Be able to perform manual labor for extended periods under adverse weather conditions. Can safely lift and carry 50 pounds for distance of at least 20 feet. Demonstrate ability to learn new skills. EOE. Town Public works are charged with maintenance of Town property, Town Streets, 

 

Town Application: TOUM-application_e-sign and email to info@uppermarlboromd.gov

The Board of Commissioners for the Town of Upper Marlboro will hold their next Work Session on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Town Hall 14211 School Lane Upper Marlboro MD 20772. The meeting is open to public observation, but public participation is at the discretion of the Board.

Agenda:  WS-agenda_012318

NOTE: Going forward, the “Regular Monthly” Board Work Sessions will be held at 7:00 p.m. on the 4th Tuesday of each month.

The January 2018 Regular Town Meeting will be held on the 3rd Tuesday this month on January 16 2018, because of the Town Elections schedule.

Agenda:  TM-agenda_011618_temp_2

(the February 2018 Regular Town Meeting will return to the 2nd Tuesday of the month as normal).

A Charter mandated “Organizational Meeting” of the newly elected officials will be held on January 15 at 8:00 p.m. at the Town Hall. This meeting is open to the public, however, for observation only.

Agenda: OM-agenda_011518

Town Offices will be closed on Monday January 15, 2018 in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Day. Offices will reopen on Tuesday January 16 at 9am.

-Residential Trash WILL BE collected as usual on Monday Jan 15.

-Bulk Trash and Yard Waste will be collected on Tuesday Jan 16

 

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an American federal holiday marking the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. It is observed on the third Monday of January each year, which is around King’s birthday, January 15.

The polls closed at 8:00 p.m. Monday, January 8, 2018 and the Town General Election results are in. The three (3) resident candidates who were just elected will serve a two-year term as the new Board of Town Commissioners.

They are . . .

Wanda M. Leonard, Linda Pennoyer, and Tonga Y. Turner.
(click on link below to see the certified vote totals)

2018_ElectionResult_BoSE-certified

Thank you for braving the weather to come out and do your civic duty . . . voter turnout was more than 50 percent higher than the running average for the last 4 Town elections.

 

Town Elections are in full swing! Polls are open until 8PM at the Town Hall 14211 School Lane Upper Marlboro. Come out and vote!

Town Elections were held Monday January 8th, 2018 from 1pm-8pm at the Town Hall. 14211 School Lane, Upper Marlboro MD 20772

To read the candidates statements & view the Sample Ballot, click here . . . 2018_Candidates-statements_FN

 

Town Offices will be CLOSED on Monday January 1st, 2017 in observance of the New Year’s Holiday.

Monday Jan 1– Offices Closed, NO Residential Trash, Yard Waste ,or Bulk Trash Collection

Tuesday Jan 2– Offices OPEN at 9am. Residential Trash, Yard Waste ,or Bulk Trash Collected

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The Board of Commissioners and Town Staff wish everyone a safe and happy New Year!

The polls closed at 8:00 p.m. Monday, January 8, 2018 and the Town General Election results are in. The three (3) resident candidates who were just elected will serve a two-year term as the new Board of Town Commissioners.

They are . . .

Wanda M. LeonardLinda Pennoyer, and Tonga Y. Turner.
(click on link below to see the certified vote totals)

2018_ElectionResult_BoSE-certified

Thank you for braving the weather to come out and do your civic duty . . . voter turnout was more than 50 percent higher than the running average for the last 4 Town elections.