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Bound Brook Borough Positions

PUBLIC WORKS MECHANIC- BOROUGH OF BOUND BROOK, Somerset County. The Borough is seeking applicants for full time employment. The applicant must be able to work alone with little or no direction and be self-motivated. The applicant should have a minimum of 10 years experience in the repair of various light and heavy equipment, light and heavy-duty vehicles including diesel and gasoline engines. The applicant must be experienced in welding and possess their own tools sufficient for the work required. The applicant will also be required to be on-call for emergency repairs including winter storm response as needed. The applicant will be required to work on various public works crews as required outside of normal mechanic duties as needed. The applicant must have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record. The applicant must already possess or be able to obtain a valid New Jersey CDL license within 6 months of hiring. 

Successful applicants must submit to a background check. Submit employment applications and resumes to or mail/deliver to Bound Brook Borough Hall, 230 Hamilton Street, Bound Brook, NJ 08805, Attn: Dale R. Leubner, Director of Public Works. The Borough of Bound Brook is an EOE.

This position entails the supervision of recreational programs and activities at all sites and
facilities. Duties include but are not limited to answering questions and addressing concerns
raised by participants, families, residents etc. The supervisor will also assist coaches, program
liaisons and work under direct supervision from the Recreation Director. The supervisor is
responsible for keeping an accurate inventory of all equipment and keep a log of equipment
handed out and returned, unlocking restrooms and ensuring the locations have what they need
to successfully run the program for that day/evening.
This position is part-time up to 25 hours/week. The supervisor must be at least 18 years or
older, have a minimum of 3 years experience in a similar role, must be CPR and AED certified
and must be able to work nights and weekends as needed. The supervisor must also be
computer literate in Microsoft Office and submit timesheets weekly for review by the
Recreation Director and Director of Public Works

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