**COVID-19 Operational Update**

Charles Soil Conservation District office is currently open to the public at a reduced level.  Please call ahead.  Materials may be dropped off and picked up in the vestibule.  Virtual meetings are still encouraged.  Necessary in-person meetings should be scheduled in advance.  Building entry protocols will apply to anyone entering beyond the vestibule.

Charles SCD Job Announcement

Soil Conservation Engineer I – Full Time

Performs professional civil engineering and related work for Charles Soil Conservation District (Charles SCD).  The work involves the application of civil and mechanical engineering principles and concepts to infrastructure projects; position functions as a specialist in an assigned project or functional area within the division. 

Job Announcement Posting – Description & Benefits

Please send resume to: info@CharlesSCD.com 

Resume must be received by closing time and date: 4:00 pm on August 25, 2022

Only prospective job candidates will be sent a job application form to be completed and returned to the Charles Soil Conservation District office. 

Charles SCD Board Supervisor Application

The District is accepting nominations for the expiring position of Jeffrey Bossart, Supervisor representing Charles County UM Extension.  The current term expires April 18, 2022, and the appointment will be for a five-year term.  Interested persons may contact the District, Charles County UM Extension, or complete a form and submit it to the District or directly to the State Soil Conservation Committee.  This position requires the signature of a Charles County UM Extension representative.

Facts Supervisors Should Know
Nomination Form (Charles SCD specific)
Nomination Form (via Md. Dept. of Ag.)

Mission Statement

The Charles Soil Conservation District serves the people of Charles County in the conservation and protection of soil, water, and other natural resources using all available technical, financial, and educational programs.

Vision Statement

To serve as a leading agency in Charles County in promoting the wise use and protection of Charles County’s natural resources through the application of conservation practices and conservation education.