95 W. Veterans Hwy, Jackson, NJ 08527 Tel # 732-928-1200

Division of

 Barbara Weldon

95 W. Veterans Hwy
Jackson, NJ 08527
Phone: 732-928-1200
Fax: 732-987-8294

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 Vacancy Announcements:

POSITION AVAILABLE: Municipal Court Administrator

LOCATION:                   Municipal Court

SALARY RANGE:          $45,093 - $71,473

                                    JACKSON TOWNSHIP EMPLOYEE


REQUIREMENTS: • Minimum 3 years municipal court experience including one year
                              supervisory experience.
                            • oversight of all court functions, including court sessions and calendaring
                            • preparation of annual court budget
                            • responding to inquiries from public and litigants
                            • providing information and guidance to attorneys, defendants and
                              community organizations
                            • assisting defendants with technical and procedural issues
                            • facilitating discussion between vicinage, state, and local authorities
                            • reviewing and monitoring daily, weekly and monthly management reports
                            • responsible for maintaining the court’s two financial accounts
                            • ensuring compliance with the New Jersey Rules of Court, Supreme
                              Court Directives, laws and established policies and procedures
                              governing the operation of the Municipal Courts. Perform related
                              duties as required.
                            • drafting correspondence;

TO APPLY:           Send a letter of interest and resume to the Personnel Office
                            Attn: Samantha Novak, by February 15, 2019.


SPECIAL NOTE: The Jackson Township Municipal Court is seeking to hire a Municipal Court Administrator with an understanding of supervisory managements, case flow management, working knowledge of ATS/ACS systems, MACS, and Page Center a plus. Candidate must have excellent customer service, writing, and communication skills; be motivated and a self-starter for this court to work under the general direction of the Municipal Court Judge. Certification by the State of New Jersey is preferred and will be required in accordance with NJ Court Rule 1:41-3.


*Appointment will be subject to NJ Civil Service Commission rules and regulations

POSITION AVAILABLE:       School Traffic Guard

LOCATION:                            Department of Public Safety

SALARY RANGE:                 $12.97 /hr

OPEN TO:                               Any Qualified Candidate

REQUIREMENTS:               • 18 years or older

                                               • Under direction, regulates and directs the movement of school children at a street intersection, paying particular attention to their safety

TO APPLY:    Complete Township employment application and submit to the Personnel Department.

 Appointment will be subject to NJ Civil Service Commission rules and regulations



Township of Jackson, County of Ocean. Positions available for experienced full time/part time building inspectors, fire inspectors, electrical inspectors, and plumbing inspectors. Must hold valid inspector license issued by NJ - DCA (multiple licenses a plus) and a current drivers license. All duties and responsibilities are pursuant to the Uniform Construction Code as written. Hours and salary will be based on experience and licenses held. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Mail resume to Personnel Officer, Township of Jackson, 95 West Veterans Highway, Jackson, N.J. 08527

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About Jackson Township

During 1994, we celebrated the 150th year of Jackson's existence as an incorporated municipality in the State of New Jersey. As the handwritten Legislative Act reads, "Having been three times read in the Council (the State Senate) on February 29, 1844,"