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Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority
invites applications for the position of:

Position:  Project Assistant or Project Analyst
Location:  Downtown Baltimore
Salary Range:  $49,500 - $65,000 depending upon qualifications
Status:  Regular, Full-time, Benefitted, Exempt
Closing Date:  Open until filled

The Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority is a regional governmental entity providing recycling and solid waste management, planning and tax-exempt financing services to the City of Baltimore and seven counties (Member Jurisdictions).  We are seeking a project assistant or project analyst to assist with Authority projects.  Project work is varied and includes managing procurements for multi-year service contracts, managing consultant studies or engineering efforts, maintenance and oversight of existing long-term operating or service contracts, conducting financial analysis, legislative/regulatory review and similar efforts.  The Authority currently has 10 employees split between administrative/accounting and project staff and a part-time attorney.  The successful candidate will be required to perform spreadsheet analysis of projects, contract interpretation and implementation, and drafting basic contract language.  Service to our Member Jurisdictions (viewed as clients) is of paramount importance.  Starting salary range is $49,500 - $65,000 depending on experience.  The Authority has a comprehensive benefits package including participation in the State of Maryland’s Health Benefits and Pension Programs.  The Authority pays for parking at its office in Baltimore City.   See www.nmwda.org for more information on the Authority. The successful candidate may need to provide an annual financial disclosure under the Maryland State Ethics Commission.

Please click here to view the entire Job Posting, including instructions on how to apply.

Posted:  12-6-18

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