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The Vermont League of Cities and Towns welcomes classified advertisements from municipal entities, public agencies, businesses, and individuals, subject to the VLCT Advertising Policy. Ads are free for VLCT members (regular, contributing, and associate), $50 for municipal non-members, and $75 for non-municipal entities. Payment must be made by check to VLCT prior to the advertisement being posted. Ads are placed on the VLCT website for approximately one month, depending on application deadlines, bid due dates, etc.
Classified ads are generally limited to 300 words on our website and are accepted in the following categories: For Sale, Help Wanted, Requests for Proposals, and Other. If you have an applicable photograph, we will provide a hyperlink to it. To submit an ad, contact David Gunn, Senior Communications and Administrative Associate. For information about submitting a print ad to the VLCT News, visit the VLCT News Advertising Information page.
Be sure to include all important information in your ad, such as application deadline, cost, and contact information. Thank you!
The Town of Woodbury is accepting applications for the position of Road Crew Foreman or Road Crew Member, based on the applicant’s qualifications.
For a job description and employment application, visit the Town of Woodbury's website, http://www.woodburyvt.us, or email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org with"Road Crew Job Application" as the subject, or pick them up in person at the Town Offices located at 1762 Vt. Route 14 in Woodbury.
To apply for either of these positions, please complete the job application and it send to:
Town of Woodbury
Attn: Road Crew Job Application
PO Box 10
1762 VT Route 14
Woodbury, VT 05681
The positions will remain open until filled.
The Village of Essex Junction is seeking an individual to perform general labor and grounds maintenance work in the Public Works Department. The work (40 hours a week) is seasonal (spring, summer, and fall) and temporary. Some experience or training in equipment mechanics is preferred but not required. A job description and an application form are available at the Village office or at www.essexjunction.org/departments/employment/.
Email your completed application to email@example.com, or submit it to:
Village of Essex Junction
2 Lincoln Street
Essex Junction, VT 05452.
Position open until filled. EOE.
The Village of Essex Junction is seeking a full-time (40 hours a week plus overtime) Water System Technician to work in the Public Works Department. Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) required. Excellent benefits. A complete job description and employment application are at https://www.essexjunction.org/departments/employment/, or you may request them from the Village office, 802-878-6944.
Email completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org, or submit to:
Village of Essex Junction
2 Lincoln Street
Essex Junction, VT 05452.
Position open until filled. EOE.
The City of Montpelier is seeking an Administrative Assistant for the City's Community Services Department.
The Administrative Assistant provides administrative support and customer service for the three vibrant and busy divisions of the newly-formed City of Montpelier’s Community Services Department: Recreation, Montpelier Senior Activity Center, and Parks and Trees. This position utilizes communication and organizational skills to serve a diverse and constantly evolving customer base, community partners, and others.
Requirements include demonstrated competence in Microsoft Office, database experience, and the ability to work in a high-pressure, high-distraction environment, supervise volunteers, and do some lifting. Desired skills include copy-editing, accounts payable, and cash-handling.
This is a part-time (20 hours per week) position with pro-rated municipal benefits, access to a strong employee wellness program, professional development, and future potential for increase in hours and/or responsibility. A full job description is available here.
To apply, email a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references to email@example.com. Applications received by Monday, April 24, will receive preference. The preferred start date is in late May.
The Town of Bennington seeks a qualified individual for the position of Community Development Director. This position reports directly to the Town Manager and is a member of the Town's management team. The Community Development Director provides oversight of the municipality’s efforts related to the advancement of the Bennington community including media programming and use, marketing, and community public relations. The Director implements community-based initiatives and policies that contribute to the overall advancement of thriving schools, healthy homes, safe neighborhoods, and vibrant streets and economic vitality.
The Town of Essex, Vermont, is seeking an Accountant to perform a variety of duties related to finance, such as overseeing the billing process for tax and water/sewer accounts and miscellaneous receivables including delinquent notices. The Accountant also investigates billing discrepancies and calculates and prepares necessary adjustments including BCA and E&O adjustments, and reconciles various accounts, including general checking and payroll accounts.
The Town of Essex, Vermont, is seeking an experienced and creative Planner to perform professional and technical work in administering, developing, and implementing planning and development review activities for the town. The Planner provides technical assistance to the Planning Commission, Conservation Committee, and other local regulatory entities.
Essex is the second largest municipality in Vermont, yet still offers a unique rural-urban dynamic. The successful candidate will feel equally comfortable whether reviewing industrial site plans or rural subdivision proposals. The Planner’s primary responsibility is development review, but he or she will also take an active role in long-range planning for a vibrant town center, housing affordability, natural resource protection, renewable energy, and more.
The Planner works under the general direction of the Community Development Director and in accordance with various town policies and state laws. The Planner provides administrative, technical, and professional advice to local regulatory entities in development review applications. He or she reviews applications to ensure completeness, design quality, and conformance with zoning and subdivision regulations. The Planner assists employees, officials, and the public with planning and development questions.
The Town of Morristown is seeking a team leader for a full-time permanent position in the Street Department as a working Foreman. The Foreman will be expected to lead, teach, and assist the Town Administrator in managing the work of the department. The Foreman must be familiar with all of the division’s vehicles and equipment and understand how to operate them safely and efficiently. The person selected must have a Vermont CDL License and must comply with U.S. DOT Drug and Alcohol as required by 49 CFR Part 655 or 49 CFR Part 382 and 49 CFR Part 40.
To apply, please email a resume by Friday, May 19, 2017, to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail to:
Town of Morristown
Attn. Erica Allen
PO Box 748
Morrisville, VT 05661.
The Town of Morristown is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Town of Fair Haven, Vermont (pop. 2,633), seeks an experienced leader to serve as its next Town Manager. Fair Haven is a small, rural town with many urban amenities on the western border of Rutland County in west-central Vermont. It maintains strong civic pride, especially due to its smaller population, its historically recognized slate mining/manufacturing industry, its veterans, and its Town green (called “The Park”).
The Manager reports to a five-member selectboard and is responsible for day-to-day Town operations, including supervision of all departments (Police, Fire, Water, Wastewater, Highways, Solid Waste, Recreation, and Accounting). The Town currently has 32 full- and part-time employees and an operating budget of $2.93 million.
A Bachelor’s degree in public administration, business management, or related field (Master’s degree preferred) along with five years of management experience are required. A full job description is posted at http://www.fairhavenvt.org/ under About/Job Openings.
Salary commensurate with experience, and an excellent benefits package is offered.
To apply, please email a confidential cover letter, resume, and three professional references to email@example.com, or send to:
Town Manager Search
Fair Haven Selectboard
Attn: Robert Richards, Chair
3 North Park Place
Fair Haven, VT 05743.
The position remains open until filled, however applications received before 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 31, 2017, will be given priority review.
Fair Haven, Vermont, is hiring for the part-time (40-hour/week) position of Assistant Water Operator for its Water Treatment Plant. Reporting to the Chief Water Operator and the DPW Superintendent, the union-based position of Assistant Water Operator performs a variety of operational and maintenance tasks related to the town’s water system in accordance with town ordinance and state permit to operate. This responsible position covers laboratory work, process control, O&M that frequently involves outdoor work throughout the year in varying – and, at times, inclement – weather.
The position requires moderate physical effort and works on a rotating schedule, including weekends and holidays, and includes emergency call-ins. A full job description is posted on the Town’s website, www.fairhavenvt.org.
The Town of Essex, Vermont, is seeking an IT Technician to perform a variety of duties in the Town's IT Department. The IT Technician will be the main point of contact for employees who are experiencing computer issues. The goal of this position is to build and maintain updated and efficient computer systems and networks to optimize the role of technology on business sustainability. The IT Technician reports directly to the IT Director.
Duties include installing, configuring, and maintaining computer systems and networks, aiming for the highest functionality and “up-time”. The IT Technician will train users on the systems and ensure appropriate and safe usage of the IT infrastructure.
The Town of Wilmington, Vermont, seeks a collaborative and energetic leader for the position of town manager. Wilmington (pop. 1875) is a rural community facing new challenges since recovering from significant flooding caused by Tropical Storm Irene. The town is located in Southern Vermont’s Green Mountains near the Mount Snow ski area. With more than 1,600 vacation homes, Wilmington’s population increases both seasonally and on weekends.
The manager reports to a five-member selectboard and is responsible for the daily operations of the town. He or she administers a $4.5 million operating budget, supervises 24 full-time and four part-time employees, and oversees all personnel, finances, and public works. A detailed job description is available at http://wilmingtonvermont.us/government/town-manager/.
A bachelor’s degree is required (master’s degree preferred). Previous experience in municipal government is desired. The hiring range is $65,000 to $73,000, with an excellent benefit package.
Please apply in confidence with a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Wilmington” as subject, or send via U.S. mail to:
Wilmington Town Manager
89 Main Street
Montpelier, VT 05602-2948.
The deadline to apply is Friday, May 5, 2017.
The Town of Bethel, Vt., is accepting applications for the position of Public Works Foreman. The foreman is directly responsible for:Read more >>
The Norwich Fire District is seeking a Water Operator to help run the municipal water system, which has more than 360 connections. Certification as a Class 3 Operator is preferred, but we will train the right applicant. This position is for 40 hours per week, with some weekend sampling and emergency responsibilities.Read more >>
The Town of Williston, Vermont is seeking a full-time professional to manage its Police Department, which comprises 17 full-time police officers, two full-time dispatchers, one full-time administrative assistant, and one full-time Community Justice Director. Williston is a growing, progressive community with a residential population of 9,200 and a daytime population of 18,000. Its approved FY18 budget is $2,157,170.Read more >>
The Town of Bristol is seeking highly motivated candidates for the position of Town Administrator. Bristol (pop. 3894) is a steadily growing, vibrant community located in Central Vermont’s Addison County.
The selectboard is seeking an individual with strong business and financial management skills, who has the ability to oversee 11 full-time and four part-time employees and 35 paid on call fire fighters. He or she will administer approximately $3.27 million in general operating and other funds.
The Town of Randolph is accepting applications for the position of Water/Wastewater Superintendent for systems averaging 250,000 gpd each.Read more >>
The Town of Colchester is seeking a highly organized and experienced Technical Services Manager to lead the Town’s stormwater utility and asset management program.Read more >>
The Town of Colchester Department of Public Works is seeking a highly organized and experienced Operations Manager to lead maintenance operations, including highway, equipment maintenance, stormwater, wastewater, and buildings.Read more >>
The Town of Hinesburg is seeking an individual to fill a highway maintainer position with the Highway Department. A Class B CDL (commercial driver’s license) with tanker and trailer endorsements is preferred. For more information, contact the Town Administrator’s office at email@example.com or 482-2281, ext. 221. An employment application is posted at www.hinesburg.org under Employment.
The Town of Hinesburg is an equal opportunity employer.
The Maine Municipal Association (MMA) is currently accepting resumes for the position of Director of State and Federal Relations. This senior management position is responsible for advocating on behalf of MMA’s nearly 500 municipal government members and building partnerships with the state and federal levels of government.Read more >>
The Town of Bridgton, Maine, seeks a dynamic individual who possesses the credentials and experience to guide our town in its planning, economic, and community development. The selected individual must be able to work with various committees to achieve demonstrated results.Read more >>
The City of Lebanon, New Hampshire, is currently seeking interested and qualified applicants for the full-time position of Wastewater Plant Operator. The Operator performs skilled operational work for the Public Works Department by ensuring that wastewater treatment and infrastructure performance meet federal and state regulations. The Operator may serve as the Wastewater Treatment Superintendent in his or her absence.
The Vermont Municipal Bond Bank and Vermont Educational and Health Buildings Financing Agency are seeking a highly qualified individual to serve as a joint Chief Executive Officer. The CEO should successfully promote the mission of the organizations, be committed to driving change, have a passion for excellence, and have a genuine desire to serve the public.
The VMBB is an instrumentality of the State of Vermont. Its mission is to support access to readily available, low-cost financing options for Vermont's governmental units. VMBB provides loan financing through publically issued bonds and through Vermont's State Revolving Fund, with loan portfolios of $570 million and $320 million, respectively.
VEHBFA is also an instrumentality of the State of Vermont. As a conduit issuer, VEHBFA issues tax-exempt/taxable bonds and lease financing on behalf of non-profit healthcare and educational institutions. The agency has a loan portfolio of just under $1.1 billion.
For job information, position requirements, and an employment application, please contact VMBB/VEHBFA at 802-654-7377, firstname.lastname@example.org, or at VMBB/VEHBFA, 20 Winooski Falls Way, Winooski, VT 05468. We offer a competitive salary and benefits.
Position open until filled. Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Town of Shelburne Wastewater Department is accepting bids on a 2008 Ford F350 XL Super Duty [photo]. The vehicle can be viewed at 53 Turtle Lane in Shelburne from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., M-F.
The Town of Castleton is accepting offers for a 20'x8' climate-controlled container that has been fitted to be used as the town clerk's Records Vault. The unit is in excellent condition and the climate control system has recently been serviced.Read more >>
The Town of Shelburne is offering for sale by bid a 1972 Allis Chalmers 540 Articulating Loader [photo]. The vehicle needs work to be operational and will be sold as is where is. For more information, call Chris Robinson at 985-3700.Read more >>
The Town of Bristol is accepting bids on a 2009 GMC 5500 dump truck. [photo] [photo] Features include side dump body, reversible Viking plow and wing equipment, Duramax diesel motor with an Allison transmission, 4-wheel drive, 21,500 GVWR. The truck has approximately 45,000 miles on its odometer, is in good condition, and has had $18,000 in recent repairs (call for details). For more information or to schedule an inspection of the truck, contact Road Foreman Peter Bouvier at 453-4707, Monday through Thursday, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. The vehicle will be sold as is and will be available for transfer of title on May 2, 2017.
Mail bids (minimum of $29,000), which must be received by 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 27, 2017, to:
Town of Bristol
PO Box 249
Bristol, VT 05443,
or hand deliver to 1 South Street in Bristol.
The selectboard reserves the right to reject any or all bids received.
The Chittenden Solid Waste District (CSWD) in Williston, Vermont, is requesting proposals from qualified firms of certified public accountants to audit its financial statements for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2017, with the option for two additional years. The full RFP is posted on CSWD’s website at https://cswd.net/forms-publications/. The deadline to submit a proposal is noon on Monday, April 24, 2017.Read more >>
The Town of Shelburne invites qualified contractors to bid on constructing new sidewalks at Shelburne U.S. Route 7 and Falls Road (Shelburne STP BP14(5) & SDWK(24). The work also includes signing, landscaping, crosswalks, and other incidental items. Work is to begin on July 1, 2017, and be completed by August 18, 2017. You may obtain plans from the Town’s Engineering Project Manager, Evan Detrick, P.E., VHB, 40 IDX Driver, Building 100, Suite 200, South Burlington, VT 05403 (802-497-6197 or email@example.com) at a cost of $50 per set made payable to VHB. Plans are not returnable.Read more >>
The Town of Sharon, Vermont invites qualified, independent Certified Public Accountants who are licensed to practice in the State of Vermont to submit proposals to conduct audits of its financial accounts and records for Fiscal Years 2017, 2018, and 2019. The Town’s fiscal year commences July 1 and ends June 30.Read more >>