Welcome to PSATS’ Online Classifieds!
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:
- November 27 for January 2014 issue
- December 30 for February 2014 issue
To submit a classified: Email it to Brenda Wilt at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (717) 763-9732. Include the township AND county, the text of the ad, and a billing address
POSITIONS OPEN ...
Springfield Township, population 5,035, seeks a seasoned professional to serve as the community’s next township manager. Located in historic Bucks County, Springfield 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 $3.7 million budget, and implements policy established by the elected board.
The successful candidate will demonstrate administrative skills in budgeting and financial management, personnel management, collective bargaining, and zoning; will be a team-oriented leader with strong communication and interpersonal skills; and will be able to interact effectively with a wide variety of stakeholders, including a highly engaged citizenry.
Municipal experience preferred and a degree in public administration or equivalent experience is expected. Submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to: Terry Clemons, Esq., Springfield Township Manager Search, 107 E. Oakland Ave., Doylestown, PA 18901 or email to email@example.com by January 17. EOE.
Malvern Borough in Chester County, population 2,998, is seeking applications from qualified individuals for the position of assistant manager/treasurer. The successful candidate will have five to seven years of experience in a related field and must be able to maintain a favorable public image for the municipality, build relationships, handle disagreements, display strong organizational skills, prepare written communications, demonstrate adaptability, and organize and complete specific projects. Applicants must be computer literate, have a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license, and be bondable.
For a description of the position, contact Malvern Borough, 1 E. First Ave., Suite 3, Malvern, PA 19355, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Submit a resume, letter of interest, and salary requirements by November 22, 2013, marked “Application-Assistant Manager.” EOE.
The City of Corry in Erie County, population 6,400, is seeking applicants for the position of city manager to replace the current manager, who is retiring after 25 years. Corry is a quiet, friendly community located 30 miles southeast of Erie and Lake Erie. Hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, and boating are all available. The city has a municipal golf course and municipal airport, as well as good public and private schools. It is an industrial incubator and has a growing, diverse industrial base.
The city is governed by a five-member council elected at-large for four-year staggered terms. The manager oversees a $3.7 million budget and 50 employees. Corry is a full-service city, with police, fire, parks, water and sewer, public works, a library, etc.
A bachelor’s degree is required, advanced degree preferred, plus three years of municipal management experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Salary range is $75,000 to $85,000 DOQ, plus excellent benefits.
Email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com or mail to Mgr. Recruitment, Mayor’s Office, City of Corry, 100 S. Center St., Corry, PA 16407. EOE.
CHIEF OF POLICE
The Township of Collier in Allegheny County is seeking a full-time police chief to lead a department of 14 full-time officers and a full-time administrative assistant. Collier Township has a population of 7,500 and a growing commercial and residential base. The annual operating budget for the police department is about $1.5 million in 2013. The township has significant interstate highway traffic and access points and provides school resource officers for the high school and elementary school complex.
Candidates must have a thorough knowledge of police administration and a record of proven management and leadership skills. Minimum requirements include a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in criminal justice, public administration, or related field or at least 10 years of command/supervisory experience in law enforcement. Candidates must demonstrate the ability to prepare budget estimates and control departmental expenditures, oversee officer discipline, and work with township elected and appointed officials. The successful candidate will be required to live within 30 minutes driving time to Collier Township within a year of being hired.
Salary ranges from $88,000 to $100,000 DOQ, plus excellent benefits. Email a cover letter and resume to Salvatore M. Sirabella, Manager, Collier Township, 2418 Hilltop Road, Presto, PA 15148, firstname.lastname@example.org. The township is an equal opportunity employer.
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SKATE PARK EQUIPMENT
The Township of Derry in Dauphin County is selling skate park equipment as one unit. The asking price is $60,000; pieces will not be sold separately. All of the equipment, made by Woodward Ramps and Rails, was specifically designed to stand up to the elements. The township purchased the park, created by Huna Designs, in 2004 for $174,519.
Equipment includes a 20-foot-wide x 6-foot-high half pipe; a 28-foot-wide quarter pipe with 4-foot-high to 6-foot-high escalator, all with double-wide 8-foot boxes; a central “fun box” with a half pyramid, 2-foot, 3-foot, and 4-foot-high wedges, flat and angled ledges, and an across-and-down grind rail; a 28-inch-wide combination of 4-foot-high wedges and 6-foot-high quarter pipes; a small 8-foot-wide x 3-foot-high quarter pipe; a “tall” and “short” skateable picnic table and bench; and a variety of moveable grind rails.
Product features include exclusive triple-layer surfacing; tamper-resistant bolt-through connections; 2⅜-inch OD x 10-gauge coping; stainless steel tamper-resistant hardware; 12-gauge galvanized steel transitions and perforated steel sides and backs; full steel edging; deluxe vertical-rung railing on all boxes; and adjustable levelers for all boxes and pipes. For more details and photos of the listed pieces of equipment, contact Director of Parks and Recreation Matthew Mandia at (717) 533-7138 or email email@example.com.
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