ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL VACANCY
The Borough of Conshohocken currently has a vacancy available with the Environmental Advisory Council. If you are interested in applying for this seat, please send a letter of interest and resume to Richard J. Manfredi, Borough Manager. For more information, please contact the Borough Office at (610) 828-1092.
PLANNING COMMISSION VACANCY
The Borough of Conshohocken currently has a vacancy available with the Planning Commission. If you are interested in applying for this seat, please send a letter of interest and resume to Richard J. Manfredi, Borough Manager. For more information, please contact the Borough Office at (610) 828-1092.
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Seeking Part-Time Weekend Front Desk Associate
The Borough of Conshohocken is accepting applications for a part-time Weekend Front Desk Associate for the Conshohocken Community Center at the Fellowship House. Candidates will be responsible for assisting with the administration and scheduling of the Community Center and the Borough’s five parks as well as organizing and managing weekend activities and events. Candidates will be responsible for opening and closing the facility on Saturdays and Sundays. Core hours for the position are 8:00am-4:00pm, however, additional hours may be required based on facility and event needs. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. The position has a start date of February 13, 2016.
Candidates must be proficient in the use of computers and Microsoft Office; have excellent communication and writing skills; and a demonstrated ability to provide exceptional customer service. A high school diploma or GED is required. Must be able to stand for periods of time and set-up and breakdown tables, chairs and other recreational apparatuses or items required for rentals and programs.
A cover letter, resume and three references should be sent electronically to Kate Kosmin, Recreation Services Manager, at
Conshohocken Borough: Seeking Temporary Code Enforcement Officer
Licenses and Inspections; Immediate Supervisor is the Building Code Official; FLSA Non-exempt Position (Hourly)
The primary responsibility of the employee shall be to enforce the following: make routine inspections throughout Borough to ensure compliance with all codes and issue violation notices where applicable; review complaints, obtain evidence, and represent the Borough of Conshohocken in court when required pertaining to Code/Ordinance related matters; confer with owners, violators, and authorities to explain regulations and recommend solutions; conducts property maintenance and rental inspections as required; maintains accurate records, computer and written alike; file completed paperwork in street file; address customer phone inquiries related to job duties; compile written reports for delivery to the employee’s supervisor and/or the public; performs other duties as assigned by the Building Code Official from time to time; work occasional weekends. A resume and three references should be sent electronically to
Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License; Employee must be computer literate and be capable of demonstrating knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel; Other certifications that may be required from time to time by law or Borough policy; ICC Property Maintenance Inspector (within 6 months).
We are located in southeastern Pennsylvania, about 15 miles from Center City Philadelphia. The Borough is 1.03 square miles in area and is home to over 7,800 people. Over the last three decades, Conshohocken has developed into one of the most important activity centers in Montgomery County. Conshohocken represents one of America’s most successful transformations from a mill town to a modern center of office and hotel services and water front residential living. Historically a large mill town and industrial and manufacturing center, after the decline of industry in recent years Conshohocken has developed into a center of riverfront commercial and residential development.
On May 15th, 1850, Conshohocken became the third incorporated borough in the county, after Norristown and Pottstown. The land for this new borough was taken in equal amounts from Plymouth and Whitemarsh Townships. The borough developed into a large industrial and manufacturing center shortly after its incorporation. Today, however, the borough has experienced a major redevelopment with large office towers and riverfront development. Conshohocken, along with its neighbor West Conshohocken will continue to provide new job opportunities for area residents. It should be noted that some Conshohocken addresses may actually be located in Plymouth or Whitemarsh Townships.