The first state government job posted for 2018 will be to run the Department of Local Government (DLLG), which oversees public works in most of the state’s cities.
The Department of local government, which is the largest of the nine departments of the State Government, will be responsible for a variety of tasks including issuing and collecting public works permits and overseeing construction projects.
According to the state government, the department is responsible for issuing public works permit applications, reviewing construction contracts, overseeing permits for construction and maintenance, administering permits for utilities, and issuing construction permits.
The department will also conduct construction projects on behalf of local governments.
State government mules can work as many as eight hours a day, seven days a week, but they are usually paid at a rate of $1.60 per hour, with overtime paid for up to 15 hours a week.
They also receive health and dental insurance, which helps offset expenses.
State mules are required to have a valid driver’s license and an identification card to work in the state.
They must also provide the state with a copy of their driver’s licenses, identification cards, and health and disability insurance.
The State Government Mule Association of New Jersey, a professional association of state mules, said the department will be staffed with about 50 people and the agency will make about $1 million in operating expenses each year.
The agency’s website states that the department “will be a critical element of the Department’s efforts to ensure public health and safety by providing access to services and materials essential to the safe and healthy operation of the facilities and businesses.”
The agency also has a list of areas where it has projects planned.
Among the projects listed in the website are a $20 million expansion of the public water system, a $2 million expansion to a community center in the town of South Bergen, and $1 billion for the construction of a $3.8 billion facility for the treatment and recycling of stormwater.