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PSATS accepts classified ads to run on this website, in the Pa. Township News magazine, or both.

Pricing is the same whether you run a classified on this website or in the Township News. However, you’ll get the most bang for your buck by advertising in both the magazine and online for only $10 more! See the box at right for details.

Please note that if you submit a classified ad to appear both online and in the Pa. Township News magazine, the online ad will be posted within five business days of receipt and will remain for 30 days. The printed ad will appear in the next available issue of the magazine as shown below:

Submit ad by:

  • September 30 for November 2014 issue
  • October 29 for December 2014 issue

To submit a classified:  Email it to Brenda Wilt at or fax to (717) 763-9732. Include the township AND county, the text of the ad, and a billing address





The Upper Macungie Township Sewer Authority in Lehigh County seeks an experienced leader to serve as its authority manager, who will oversee all administrative and financial technical operations. The authority owns and operates a 120-mile collection system with 3,000 manholes and six pump stations with an average flow of 5.8 million GPD. The total budget is $7 million per year with 11 employees, including six crew members responsible for system maintenance. In 2000, the township population was 22,000.

The sewer authority is a customer of the Lehigh County Authority, which owns and is responsible for the major interceptor lines, a 5.75-MGD pretreatment plant, and a 40-MGD treatment plant located in Allentown. The main plant handles the treatment requirements for 14 municipalities. The authority has 7,000 residential customers and 360 commercial/industrial customers, including large factories and other heavy sewer users.

The authority has a proactive program to combat inflow and infiltration problems, and its collection system is in excellent physical condition. It is also responsible for administering the state Sewage Facilities Act 537 plan governing 775 on-site sewer systems. The authority has a monthly/quarterly billing cycle and is in good financial condition with no outstanding debt.

The manager will report to the sewer authority executive director/township manager.  The authority is governed by a five-member board appointed by the township board of supervisors. Candidates should have management experience; leadership skills; financial/budget experience and skills, including knowledge of modern billing practices; and technical knowledge of sewer collection systems. Wastewater treatment plant experience and public sector experience are preferred but not required. An engineering degree is highly preferred, but relevant experience in all facets of the operations will be considered.

Salary range is $65,000 to $80,000 with excellent employer-paid benefits; actual salary will be based on experience/qualifications. Email a cover letter, resume, list of accomplishments, employment references, and salary expectations to Greta Slifer, Human Resources Coordinator, at by noon on October 17, 2014. EOE.   
(Posted 9-22-14)



Londonderry Township in Dauphin County is seeking a full-time finance director. This is a fully responsible accounting position, including payroll, AR/AP, bank reconciliations, cash flow, budgeting, forecasting, trend analysis, purchasing/bidding, month-end reporting, and audit preparation. Successful candidates must have a thorough knowledge in all areas of accounting; knowledge of Freedom Systems software is a plus. Excellent benefits, including medical/dental/vision/life insurance and vacation.

Mail resumes to Stephan M. Letavic, Manager, Londonderry Township, 783 S. Geyers Church Road, Middletown, PA 17057 or email to Deadline for submissions is September 29, 2014. EOE.
(Posted 9-8-14)



Narberth Borough in Montgomery County is seeking an assistant borough manager. The borough council intends to select an assistant manager based on board-approved criteria to eventually promote the individual to borough manager.

The salary is negotiable and dependent upon qualifications and experience. The position is open until filled, with applications submitted by September 25, 2014, receiving priority consideration.

Send a cover letter, résumé, salary history and requirements, and at least five professional references to: John A. Anzivino, Senior Vice President, Springsted Incorporated, 1564 East Parham Road, Richmond, VA 23228; fax (804) 726-9752; email For a complete community/position profile, go to EOE.
(Posted 9-2-14)



Upper Makefield Township, population 8,190, seeks a dynamic individual to serve as the community’s next manager. Located in historic Bucks County, Upper Makefield is a community with a strong history of environmental and historic preservation. Appointed by a five-member board of supervisors, the manager oversees the day-to-day operation of the local government, manages a $16 million budget, and implements policy established by the elected board.

The successful candidate will have proven administrative skills in budgeting and financial management, personnel management, and collective bargaining; be a team-oriented leader with strong communication and interpersonal skills; and be able to interact effectively with a wide variety of stakeholders, including a highly engaged citizenry. Municipal experience is preferred. A degree in public management or equivalent experience is expected.

Send a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to: David R. Nyman, Interim Township Manager, Upper Makefield Township Board of Supervisors, 1076 Eagle Road, Newtown, PA 18940, by September 16, 2014. EOE.
(Posted 8-29-14)



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