Employment & Volunteer Opportunities
CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
Job Type: Full Time
Salary: $45,000-60,000 plus benefits
Location: 736 East Railroad Avenue
Under the direction of the borough manager, this position performs a wide variety of duties involved in the investigation of potential violations and the enforcement of municipal codes, ordinances and regulations including building and zoning codes. This position performs office and field work involving the inspection, investigation, and enforcement of applicable codes and ordinances pertaining to nuisances, zoning, construction, parking, and related quality of life and public safety issues. This position also provides customer service to residents, businesses, and other complainants in resolving concerns and complaints.
- Investigate complaints of violation of Borough codes, ordinances and regulations including building and zoning codes; photograph or video record evidence of violation; issue letters to property owners notifying them of violation; conduct follow-up investigations to ensure compliance with applicable codes and ordinances; develop and maintain accurate case files.
- Participate in the preparation of documentation for submission to the Borough solicitor to file complaints for noncompliance; testify in court or public hearings as necessary on behalf of the Borough.
- Maintain files and records related to citations and violations; prepare a variety of written reports, memoranda, and correspondence.
- Participate in and provide advice and guidance on the development of new codes or revisions to existing codes related to enforcement of violations of the Municipal Code.
- Coordinate with other public and private agencies to abate public nuisances.
- Two years of progressively responsible experience working with the public and in the interpretation of rules, laws, or procedures. Some code inspection and enforcement experience related to construction activity is desirable.
- High School Diploma or G.E.D.; associate degree in related field (preferred)
- Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License
- Provide copies of licenses and/or certifications, if available
How to apply
- Interested candidates can apply online at veronaborough.org or submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
The Borough of Verona is an equal opportunity employer (EOE). Position will remain open until filled.
BOROUGH OF VERONA- FULL TIME POLICE OFFICER
Applications are being accepted for the position of Full-Time Police Officer. An application can be obtained at the Borough of Verona Police Department, 736 East Railroad Ave., Verona, PA between 8:00 am – 4:00 om Monday through Friday or downloaded from the website.
Candidates must meet the following requirements:
- Be at least 21 years of age at the time of application.
- Possess a high school diploma or a graduate equivalency diploma (GED).
- Veterans’ points apply.
- Be physically and mentally fit to perform the full duties of a police officer.
- Possess a valid driver’s license.
- Be Pennsylvania Act 120 Certified
- We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package.
$45,000 plus Overtime
- Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
- 11 Paid Holidays
- 5 Paid Personal Days
- 8 Paid Sick Days
- 1 Week Vacation
- Bereavement Leave
- $900.00 Uniform Allowance
Completed applications will be accepted through Friday, June 16 at 12:00 pm
The Borough of Verona is an equal opportunity employer (EOE).
BOROUGH OF VERONA – PART-TIME POLICE OFFICERS
The Borough of Verona is looking to hire two or more part time police officers. We are looking for officers to work up to 32 hours per week. Applicants must have their ACT 120 certification prior to being hired. Positions will be available until filled. The application can be downloaded at www.veronaborough.org or picked up in person at the Verona Police Department, located at 736 E Railroad Avenue, Verona, PA 15147. The hourly wage is $21.22.
Additional benefits offered to part time officers include: annual uniform allowance, time and a half for holidays worked, and paid time off after one year of service for officers working at least three days per week.
Please submit a resume and completed application form to the Borough via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mailing it to:
Verona Police Department
Attn: Chief McLemore
736 E Railroad Ave
Verona, PA 15147
There are currently the following opportunity:
The Planning Commission meets on matters related to land use, land development, and zoning issues. The five Planning Commission members are non-elected community members who are appointed by Borough Council and serve four-year terms.
PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE
The Borough of Verona’s Parks and Recreation Committee advises the Borough Council on the goals and objectives of the Borough’s parks and recreation programs and serves as a sounding board for the recreational needs of our residents.
If you are interrested in serving on any of these comission, please submit a letter of interest to email@example.com.