The Office of the Business Administrator (“the OBA”) directs and supervises the activities of all departments within the Township government. Tasks within the OBA’s jurisdiction include establishing the operating budget for the municipality, setting the policies and procedures that organize and direct the Township staff, and responding to the issues and concerns of the residents and general public.
The primary goal of the OBA is to provide the highest quality and most responsive services to the residents of the Township of Irvington through the appropriate management of Township resources and personnel.
Musa A. Malik, Esq., is the Business Administrator of the Township of Irvington and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Township departments, as they provide services to improve the lives of the residents of Irvington.
Prior to his appointment, Mr. Malik worked as an administrator for a public entity, where he handled all personnel actions and matters, including corporate compliance, labor, employment, and collective bargaining negotiations. Formerly a private practice attorney, Mr. Malik also previously worked as a Mediator in the Essex County Superior Court of New Jersey, assisting adversarial parties to resolve disputes, and he served as a Law Clerk for the Hon. Ronald J. Hedges, United States Magistrate Judge.
Mr. Malik holds a BA and a BS from Temple University where he achieved a double major. He is also a graduate of Rutgers School of Law – Newark where he was awarded his Juris Doctor degree. Currently, Mr. Malik attends the Rutgers Center for Government Services where he is working to complete the Certified Municipal Finance Officer (CMFO) Certification. When he is not working in the Township, Mr. Malik enjoys volunteering and spending quality time with his two sons Gabriel and Aiden.