The Business Administrator is the Chief administrative officer of the Township, responsible to the Mayor and Council for the administration of all Township affairs.
The Administrator’s duties include: directing and supervising the administration of all departments, offices and agencies of the Township, assisting the Township Council in preparing the annual budget and capital program and advising the Mayor and Council as to the current financial condition and future needs of the Township and making recommendations to them concerning the affairs of the Township.
The Human Resources division provides a variety of support services to Township departments in the areas of Administration, Employee Relations, Benefits and Wellness.
Those who are interested in working for the Township of North Brunswick may review the following job opportunities and submit an online employment application. If you wish to fill out an application in person, Human Resources is located on the 2nd Floor of the Municipal Building.
NOTE: We will only accept employment applications for the specific positions that are posted. Please do NOT send resumes via e-mail. You may upload them to the online application.learn more
The Division of Purchasing is responsible for issuing and receiving public bids. In addition, the Purchasing Division is responsible for processing the township’s purchase orders and receiving bills to be paid.
Municipalities in the State of New Jersey are required by state law to publish and receive bids from the public on items costing over $40,000 that are not purchased through a State Contract. In order to enhance the competitive bidding process by broadening the population receiving notices, North Brunswick Township publishes items for which they wish to receive bids on the website in addition to the traditional means of advertising bids.learn more
The Township of North Brunswick partners with American Water Contract Services to provide water services to the community.
The source of the water supply that is treated by North Brunswick Township is the Delaware and Raritan Canal located in Franklin Township. The water in this canal comes primarily from the Delaware River.
The North Brunswick Township Treatment Plant is a 10 MGD treatment facility originally built in 1963. New filters, control system and solids handling improvements were completed in late 2009. The water plant provides water to more than 11,000 customers – approximately 41,000 people. Our current improvement is replacing all meters with upgraded technology. Phase III plant upgrades began in 2019.learn more