Mr. Czech has spent most of his career in public service. Prior to his appointment to the Civil Service Commission, Mr. Czech, an attorney, was the Monmouth County Administrator where he oversaw day-to-day operations.
Before joining Monmouth County in 2007, he was Township Administrator in Middletown. As CEO of the Township his responsibilities included overseeing a 68,00 person municipality including collective bargaining, budget preparation, capital improvement program, public safety, public works, health, parks and recreation, and community development. Previously, he was the Town Administrator for Kearny, Business Administrator for Passaic and Township Administrator for Montclair.
Mr. Czech began his career in the Jersey City Office of Management and Budget and worked at the NJ Department of Community Affairs’ Office of Local Government Services in the Distressed Cities Program.
He also practiced law in the private sector focusing on municipal law and labor and employment law.
Mr. Czech is a lifelong resident of New Jersey. He received his master’s degree in public administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University and his law degree from Seton Hall Law School.