DPW Field Supervisor Needed

FIELD MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR – FLORHAM PARK BOROUGH is actively seeking a Maintenance Supervisor for recreation and sports fields and facilities.  The successful candidate must meet the following criteria; Educational Requirements: Associates Degree in a related field of study or equivalent experience. Professional Fertilizer Application Certification. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Demonstrates skill and ability organizing and scheduling multiple tasks and experience managing others. Must have Sports Field Maintenance experience for both natural and synthetic turf.  Must be highly organized and have exceptional follow up abilities. Must be able to train, nurture and develop other employees. Must be able to work independently and have exceptional problem solving skills. Must be able to operate at a high level of responsibility and accountability.   Must have an educational background in turf grass maintenance. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills, in English. Responsibilities: To support the Borough’s vision, policies, procedures, safety / training programs, perform accordingly, and pass along to other employees. To perform proper maintenance  practices and train fellow employees in same. To communicate effectively with administration to ensure their expectations are met. To inform supervisors of problems and changes concerning their properties in a pro-active, timely manner via phone, office meetings, weekly reports, etc. To see that requests are responded to in a timely manner. To evaluate the performance of crew members regularly. To ensure that all equipment is maintained and operated in a safe manner To work as a field manager and to identify enhancement opportunities. To assist Borough management in scheduling of required maintenance. To provide alternative and creative solutions to problems. Develop and maintain schedules for enhancement of all jobs, coordinate manpower, equipment and materials in advance. Monitor total hours worked by crew and services performed to ensure quality for each job completed.  Monitor  cost reports regularly and report back to supervisor to increase productivity and job efficiency.  Provide accurate and timely paperwork flow from field to office.  Provide long and short term planning for maximum efficiency and goal forecasting. Creating simple designs / sketches and estimating cost, plant list etc. No phone calls please  Please send all resumes to: William Huyler, Borough Administrator, 111 Ridgedale Ave, Florham Park, NJ  07932 or email to: whuyler@fpboro.net.

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Employment Application

Morris County Needs Poll Workers

Morris County is Currently seeking poll workers.  For more information Please click on the link below.

Poll Workers Needed

Daily Leaf Pick-Up Set to Begin 10/9

Daily leaf pick-up is scheduled to begin on October 9.  Please check the schedule below for pick-up dates for your street.

 

2017 Leaf Collection Schedule

DPW Positions Available

FLORHAM PARK BOROUGH SEEKING FULL-TIME PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEE

Knowledge and operation of equipment in the following areas is required: road maintenance, building maintenance, snow plowing; heavy equipment operation experience required. Must be available at all times for emergency call-out/overtime.  Must possess valid NJ Driver’s License and a valid CDL License. All candidates must pass a physical fitness test and drug and alcohol testing screen.  References required. Applications may be obtained at www.fpboro.net or from the Municipal Clerk’s Office, Mon-Fri, 9AM to 4 PM, 111 Ridgedale Avenue, Florham Park, NJ.  Please submit all applications to the Borough Administrator at whuyler@fpboro.net or by mail or in person to William Huyler, Borough Administrator, 111 Ridgedale Avenue, Florham Park, NJ  07932.  Applications must be received by September 20, 2017. Florham Park is an Equal opportunity employer, M/F.

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Employment Application

2017 Rabies Clinic

FREE Rabies Vaccination Clinic

November 18, 2017 between 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Borough of Florham Park

111 Ridgedale Avenue, DPW Garage

No appointment needed.

 

Please call the Board of Health Department with any questions at 973-410-5319.

Treasures of NJ – Fairleigh Dickinson

Click Below to Watch The Treasures of NJ FDU which was broadcast on Channel 13.  It is a very interesting account of earlier days in Florham Park.

 

http://www.njtvonline.org/programs/treasures-of-new-jersey/

Energy Aggregration Program Unrolled

The following link contains information on the program that was approved for Florham Park by the Borough Council and contact information.

Florham Park Energy Aggregation Information

Current Grass Pick-up Schedule

Click below for the current Grass Pick-up Schedule

2017 Grass Pickup Schedule1

2017 Brush, Limb & Grass Pick-up

BRUSH & LIMB PICK-UP begins the week of March 20, 2017, weather permitting, and will be conducted once a month during the last full work week (that’s Monday through Friday) of the month and will continue through the week of September 25, 2017. Please leave brush curbside by 7:00 a.m. on Monday and do not place any brush in the roadway. Once a roadway has been completed there will be no return trips until the following month.  LARGE BRANCH CHIPPING between 1 inch and 6 inches in diameter with a length greater than 4 feet will be chipped.  SMALL BRANCH CHIPPING. i.e. branches and cuttings less than 1 foot in diameter may be tied in bundles no longer than 4’ and placed curbside, or in a rigid receptacle which does not contain grass or garden debris.  Grass and Garden Debris Pick-up, Route 1 begins the week of April 4, 2017 and Route 2 pick-ups begin April 11, 2017.  Please DO NOT dump dog waste in these cans.  Streets that were formerly picked up on Wednesday are now considered Route 2; please refer to the every other week schedule.  Pick-ups will continue through the week of October 23, 2017.  Plastic containers, metal cans and all biodegradable bags are acceptable containers; however, no plastic bags can be used.

Grass and Garden Debris Pickup Route 1 begins the week of April 4, 2017, and Route 2 pickups begin April 11, 2017.  Kindly do not dump any dog waste in these cans.  Streets that were formerly picked up on Wednesday are now considered Route 2; please see every other week schedule.  Pick-ups will continue through the week of October 23, 2017.  Plastic containers and metal cans are acceptable containers; however, no plastic bags may be used.

1)        GRASS, GARDEN DEBRIS AND TWIGS MAY BE CO-MINGLED IN A SOLID CAN WITHOUT A LID. PLEASE HAVE CANS OUT READY FOR PICK-UP MONDAY MORNING.

2)         We will accept grass in Biodegradable or metal or plastic barrels with handles (NO BARRELS WITH ROPE FOR HANDLES OR CUT-OUTS) cans must be less than 35 gallons and weigh under 60 pounds or     they will not be accepted.

3)         Misc. vegetation (weeds, potted plants, twigs etc.) twigs or sticks in cans must be no longer than the can and can be mixed with grass pick-up.

4)         ALL BRUSH will be picked up only by the chipper on the last full week of the month. Brush can also be brought to the Recycling Center on Saturdays from 8 am to 12 noon.

5)         Bio-degradable bags can be used for grass and will be picked up with the grass; they can also be brought to the Recycling Center on Saturdays from 8 am to 12 noon.

6)        Any vegetation (except logs, roots, etc.) can be brought to the Recycling Center on Saturdays between the hours of 8 am and 12 noon.

 

The FP Fire Department is seeking new members.

The Florham Park Volunteer Fire Department is actively seeking new members. For further information please contact Fire Chief Scott Carpenter at 973-377-3241 or via email at fpvfd@florhamparkboro.net. Please consider becoming a member of this essential group of volunteers.