Employment Opportunities

Part-Time Clerical Support Services Position

The Township of Hanover seeks to hire a person to work a maximum of 29 hours a week, working primarily in the Municipal Building’s General Office and Planning Office but may be assigned to work in other departments. May assist in the processing of Open Public Records Act requests. The ideal candidate must be computer literate, have strong customer service experience, good written and verbal communications skills and be flexible in terms of work hours when the need arises. Position requires a high school diploma or equivalent certification. Hourly rate of $17.25 depending on qualifications. No fringe benefits. EOE/ADA.

Return completed applications to:

Department of Administration

c/o William Byrne, Human Resource Specialist

1000 Route 10

Whippany, NJ 07981

Bee Meadow Pool Personnel

No fringe benefits. EOE/ADA.

All applications are due on March 1, 2019.

Please either submit online or in person or via mail to:

Denise M. Brennan

Superintendent of Recreation & Parks Administration

15 North Jefferson Road

Whippany, NJ 07918

Available Positions:

  • Bee Meadow Pool Manager 
    • This is a full-time seasonal position which reports to the Superintendent of Recreation and Parks Administration. This is a working supervisory position requiring weekend and holiday work. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: enforcing policies and procedures to ensure safe, efficient and effective operation of pool facilities. Oversee payroll. Train and supervise all pool personal including assistant pool manger, lifeguards, front desk personnel, tag checkers and pool maintenance staff.  Supervise swimming pool operations, including first aid, public relations and janitorial duties. Perform daily chemical analysis/testing, pool cleaning, concession stand area and all other duties as necessary or required. At least five years’ experience in management pool setting is required. Must be 21 years of age and required to pass a background check. Candidates must possess a current CPR, AED and First Aid Certification that is recognized by the State of New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. A Certified Pool Operator License is required.
  • Bee Meadow Pool Assistant Manager
    • This is a full-time seasonal working supervisory position requiring weekend and holiday work. Under the direct supervision of the pool manager the assistant manager aids in the overall operation of the pool and assists in supervising the lifeguard, tag checkers and front desk personnel In the absence of the pool manager, the assistant manager must be able to fulfill all duties of the general manager. At least two years’ experience in  pool management is required. Must be 21 years of age and required to pass a background check. Candidates must possess a current CPR, AED and First Aid Certification that is recognized by the State of New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. A Certified Pool Operator License is required.
  • Lifeguard

Part-Time Summer Camp Positions

No fringe benefits. EOE/ADA.

All applications are due on April 1, 2019.

Please either submit online or in person or via mail to:

Denise M. Brennan

Superintendent of Recreation & Parks Administration

15 North Jefferson Road

Whippany, NJ 07918

Available Positions:

Summer Plus Camp
  • Summer Supervisor – Oversight of Summer Plus Camp, Summer Plus Camp Trips, Summer Sports Clinics
  • Summer Plus Camp Director – Oversight of Summer Plus Camp activities, trips, camp counselors, counselors-in training
  • Summer Plus Camp Assistant Director
  • Summer Plus Camp Art Director
  • Summer Plus Camp Physical Education Director
  • Summer Plus Camp Trip Director
  • Summer Plus Camp Clinic Director
  • Summer Plus Camp Counselors - must be 16 years of age by June 15, 2019 and/or entering junior year of high school in fall 2019
  • Summer Plus Camp Counselors in Training - must be entering grade 10 in fall of 2019
Travelling Teens
  • Travelling Teens Camp Director
  • Travelling Teens Camp Assistant Director
  • Travelling Teens Camp Supervisor

Part-Time Pool and Parks Maintenance Worker

The Township of Hanover seeks an employee for the position of Part-Time Pool and Parks Maintenance Worker for the Department of Public Works (DPW). This position works year round, 28 hours a week, to assist DPW in maintaining all Township Parks and the Bee Meadow Pool.  Position includes, but is not limited to: mowing, weed whacking, blowing leaves, emptying trash, maintaining dog stations, snow blowing and other winter operations.  While at the Bee Meadow Pool, the position requires cleaning bathrooms, cement work, painting, mowing grass, and cleaning the patio area.  Must be available for all snow operations.  Work schedule is 5.5 hours Monday through Thursday and 6 hours on Friday, for a total of 28 hours per week. Candidate must be able to lift 50 pounds.  To obtain an application, click on the “Application” link below. No fringe benefits. EOE/ADA.

Completed applications must be returned to:

Department of Administration

c/o William Byrne, Human Resource Specialist

Township of Hanover

P.O. Box 250

Whippany, NJ 07981.

Crossing Guard

Hanover Township Police Department is seeking Crossing Guards to assist our children in crossing the streets on their way to and from school.  Hours are dependent on the school schedule.  All candidates must be at least 18 years of age, possess a valid New Jersey drivers license and a clean driving record. Hourly rate is $16.12 per hour. No fringe benefits. EOE/ADA.

Complete Crossing Guard Job Description (PDF)

Completed applications, along with resumes and cover letters, should be returned to :

Hanover Township Police Department

Attn: Captain David White

Township of Hanover

1000 Route 10

Whippany, NJ 07981

College Internship Program

College students - Are you interested in pursuing a career in government? Would you like to know more about how your local government operates? Why not apply to participate in the Township’s unpaid internship program as part of your college curriculum? The Township will offer students an exciting opportunity to translate what is learned in the classroom into a practical, hands-on learning experience.

Today, there is an ever-growing demand to attract young men and women to serve on the local, state or federal levels of government. To follow this career path, students can specialize in one of many different fields leading to degrees in public management, finance, health care and engineering to name a few.

The objective of the internship program is to link a student’s major or curriculum to a Township department or agency that will provide the student with first- hand knowledge of the nuts and bolts of day-to-day government operations.

Learn more about the qualification requirements and application process view Ordinance No. 29-2017.