Employment Opportunities

State of New Jersey Covid-19 jobs portal: https://jobs.covid19.nj.gov

YMCA at the Piscataway Community Center (YPCC) - All hiring decisions for The YMCA at the Piscataway Community Center are made by the YMCA of MEWSA, not Piscataway Township.  For YPCC jobs, please visit the YMCA of MEWSA's employment website by clicking here.  Please submit your online application with the YMCA of MEWSA and do not fill out and submit a Piscataway Township employment application for YPCC jobs.  Questions only about jobs at the YPCC should be e-mailed to the YMCA of MEWSA at ypccjobs@ymcaofmewsa.org.



Public Works Laborer (full-time) -
Department of Public Works is looking for a Full-Time Public Works Laborer, for 40 hours a week and occasional overtime with the physical ability to perform on a consistent basis a variety of semi-skilled tasks in constructing, maintaining and repairing roads, drainage areas, catch basins, storm and sanitary sewer systems, trash collection, building facilities, parks and playgrounds.  Applicant must be able to prune and trim trees, shrubs and hedges, rake leaves, assist in tree work, load and unload trucks, pick up trash and recycling, assist with snow and ice removal, use a variety of hand tools, operate small mechanical tools and operate mowers in grass cutting operations.  Applicant must have a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid NJ driver’s license. A Class B CDL or higher is a plus but not required for the entry position.  Piscataway is an equal opportunity employer.  Send application/resume to: Guy Gaspari, Director of Public Works, 505 Sidney Rd, Piscataway NJ 08854 by October 15, 2021.


Housing / Property Maintenance Inspector (part-time 20-25 hours/week)

The Housing/ Property Maintenance Inspector will inspect dwellings and other structures for compliance with provisions of Township of Piscataway’s Code to safeguard the health and safety of occupants and the general public. The Housing Inspector shall be responsible for the enforcement of the Property Maintenance Code and examine dwellings and properties to determine compliance with minimum Municipal Certificate of Continued Occupancy (MCCO) standards. Inspections shall be conducted for property transfers and rental applications in need of a Municipal Certificate of Continued Occupancy.

Requires one to three years of experience in code enforcement or building inspections.  Must be able to interact effectively with co-workers and the public, conduct field inspections, and prepare comprehensive reports.  NJDCA Inspector of Hotels and Multiple Dwellings license is required.

For any questions please contact Property Maintenance Director & Code Enforcement Officer Ben Pobicki at BPobicki@PiscatawayNJ.org or (732) 562-7638.

Police officer - For more information, please click here.

School Crossing Guards - The Piscataway Township Police Department is seeking interested candidates for the position of School Crossing Guard.  Interested candidates should contact Sergeant Joseph Cymbaluk of the Traffic Safety Section at (732) 562-2340 for more information on salary, training and qualifications.