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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). Effective February 7, 2017, municipal non-members will pay $50 per ad and non-municipal entities will pay $75. 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!
Celebrating our 50th year, the Vermont League of Cities and Towns (VLCT) is a distinctive, nonprofit and nonpartisan member-owned organization that serves Vermont’s municipal officials.
VLCT has an immediate need for an experienced communications and marketing professional to join our leadership team. Reporting to the Executive Director, the successful candidate will be responsible for implementing VLCT’s external and internal communications strategies including all printed and electronic media, branding, events, marketing and website development consistent with and facilitating the organization’s mission and goals.
Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree preferred) in public relations, journalism, communications, marketing, business administration, or a related field, plus at least five years of experience in public relations or marketing, with a minimum of five years’ experience as a manager. Experience in public policy and/or local government sector desired.
The Vermont League of Cities and Towns offers an excellent total compensation package, a convenient downtown Montpelier location, a trusted reputation, and great colleagues! To apply, please email a confidential cover letter, resume, and three professional references to email@example.com with Director as the subject. The complete job description (subject to change) is posted below.
The application deadline is Friday, March 31. Resumes will be reviewed as they are received. Position open until filled. EOE.
The Vermont League of Cities and Towns seeks an organized, efficient, and computer-savvy administrative assistant who has demonstrated multi-tasking skills. This position works almost entirely at the VLCT offices.
Responsibilities include providing organizational support for safety and health training staff and their programs and workshops, serving as first point of contact and informational resource for VLCT members seeking information or assistance with loss control programs, and being the primary contact for the League’s Property and Casualty Intermunicipal Fund (PACIF) Grant Program.
High school degree required; business school certificate or applicable experience and education preferred. Bachelor’s degree desirable. Experience and proficiency with Windows-based computer software, preferably Microsoft Office, required. Experience authoring and developing written materials such as promotional flyers and letters using a variety of software such as Adobe InDesign desired. General administrative support training and/or experience including editing and proofreading skills preferred. Excellent typing, spreadsheet, and database skills preferred. Experience in a municipal or insurance office is desirable.
The Vermont League of Cities and Towns offers an excellent total compensation package, a convenient downtown Montpelier location, a trusted reputation, and great colleagues! To apply, please email a confidential cover letter, resume, and three profession references to firstname.lastname@example.org with RMS Admin as the subject. The complete job description is posted below.
The application deadline is Friday, February 24. Resumes will be reviewed as they are received. Position open until filled. EOE.
Resourceful? Collaborative? Looking for a new challenge? The Town of Milton seeks an experienced public administrator to join its senior management teamas the Director of Administration & Community Affairs. Reporting to the Town Manager, this full-time exempt position manages day-to-day administrative functions of the Town offices with special focus on overseeing special projects for both the Town Manager’s office and other departments; handles human resources/risk management responsibilities and has a role in payroll/benefits matters; prepares materials and public notifications and coordinates details for selectboard meetings; maintains regular contact and ongoing relationships with local community groups, state and regional agencies, and other municipalities; and delivers the Town’s strategic initiatives to residents through direct contact, social and public media, advertising, and the use of other public engagement strategies. This position also oversees the strategic focus and operations of the Recreation Department and the Town’s relationship with the Library staff.
Located in northwest Vermont on the shores of Lake Champlain in Chittenden County, Milton is home to just over 10,000 residents, making it the eighth most populous town in the state. The town has a $7.5 million operating budget, capital reserve fund, enterprise fund for water and wastewater, and special revenue funds for recreation, public safety, and public works. Milton is a growing and vibrant community rich in tradition and civic pride.
The Director of Administration should bring highly developed organizational skills, an ability to engage in creative problem solving, supervisory experience, and the capability to develop and maintain trust as well as excellent working relationships across the town to this position. The ideal candidate will be able to handle situations with tact and diplomacy and generate support and confidence in the town’s actions. Minimum three years’ experience in fiscal and personnel management required. Salary range is $53,700 to $62,000, commensurate with experience. The Town of Milton offers an excellent benefits package.
Does this sound like the right fit for you? We’d like to learn more about you. To apply, email your resume, cover letter, and a Town of Milton job application (found at http://miltonvt.org/images/Employment_App_Updated_2016.pdf) to Mary Thompson, Administrative Assistant at email@example.com, or send it to:
Town of Milton
43 Bombardier Road
Milton, VT 05468.
The deadline to apply is Friday, March 3, 2017.
The Town of Milton provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Milton complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. The Town of Milton expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of Milton’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge.
Join the leadership team of one of America’s most livable small cities. On the shores of Lake Champlain and just an hour from the Green Mountains, Burlington has a vibrant downtown, three colleges, great schools, and is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live, work and play.* A public/private partnership working to transform Burlington’s parking and transportation system seeks a skilled leader and manager to implement a recently completed plan (http://parkburlington.com/).Read more >>
The Town of Hinesburg is accepting applications for the position of Water/Wastewater Operator.
Are you passionate about reducing the flow of materials to the landfill? Are you an adept and friendly communicator? You might be exactly who we’re looking for! We have an opening for a part-time (28 hours per week) Compliance Specialist who will work with businesses to help them comply with recycling, composting, and other disposal laws. Your main duties include administrative work (data collection and entry, hauler and facility permit oversight, internal audits, etc.) and field work (spot-checks to monitor loads of trash and recyclables, enforcing CSWD’s Solid Waste Management Ordinance, etc.).
Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in a related field plus three years’ experience or equivalent combination. Salary, $21.29/hour. A detailed job description is posted online at https://cswd.net/about-cswd/job-openings/.
To apply, email a resume and cover letter to Amy Jewell, Administrative Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, March 6, 2017.
The Town of Bethel, Vermont (pop. 2,022), seeks an engaging, collaborative, and dynamic Town Manager. Bethel comprises several historic villages located along the White River and its tributaries. It was the first town created by the independent Republic of Vermont in 1779 and is located between the Upper Valley and the Capital Region of Montpelier.Read more >>
The Vermont Rural Water Association (VRWA) is seeking a candidate for a full-time Water/Wastewater Specialist position to provide technical assistance and training to public water and wastewater system personnel across Vermont.
The City of South Burlington is seeking a Wastewater Treatment Operator for its Water Quality Department. The ideal candidate should be able to repair wastewater treatment facility equipment and perform related maintenance as required. A pre-employment physical test and a criminal background check are required. A full job description is here. For more information, please email South Burlington HR Director Janice Ladd at email@example.com.Read more >>
The Towns of Hinesburg and Richmond are partnering to recruit for a Zoning Administrative Officer position (up to 20 hours per week for each town, for a combined 40 hours).Read more >>
The Village of Essex Junction is seeking a full-time Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator. Requirements include strong mechanical skills and a Wastewater Operator’s license or the ability to obtain one within six months of hire.Read more >>
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 required.Read more >>
The Town of Stowe, a premiere four-season resort community located in north-central Vermont known for its recreational opportunities and natural beauty, seeks a Town Clerk/Treasurer/Delinquent Tax Collector who will be responsible for fulfilling the statutory responsibilities of the position. Duties include maintaining and filing land records and vital records; issuing a variety of licenses and permits, receiving and accounting for money, including the collection of current and delinquent taxes; and managing the office, which has two full-time assistant clerk-treasurers. In FY16, the Town Clerk’s Office recorded 3,000 documents in the land records and collected $46,000,000 in property taxes and other town revenues. The Town also has a Finance Director who oversees the Finance Department. The Town Clerk/Treasurer/Tax Collector is a department head-level position reporting to the Town Manager.Read more >>
The City of Lebanon, Department of Public Works, is currently seeking interested and qualified candidates for the position of Wastewater Treatment Superintendent.Read more >>
The Town of Enfield, N.H. (pop. 5,000), is seeking an innovative, proactive community leader to serve as its next Town Manager. Located halfway between Boston and Montreal in New Hampshire’s Upper Connecticut River Valley and featuring more than 20 miles of shoreline along Mascoma and Crystal Lakes, this thriving community is rich in history and has preserved its New England charm. Enfield shares a border with the City of Lebanon, the regional business center, and is a short drive from the cultural, medical, and educational assets of Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and Dartmouth College. And, with its proximity to Interstate 89, connecting service through Lebanon Municipal Airport, and a nearby Amtrak station, Enfield is easily accessible.Read more >>
The Town of Camden, Maine, is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Town Manager. Camden, a rural coastal community on Penobscot Bay, has a year-round population of 5,000 that experiences a significant seasonal increase. The Town has a total budget of $19.3 million; its municipal operating budget, excluding schools and county, is $7.4 million. Camden has a Select Board/Town Manager/Town Meeting form of government with a five-member Select Board and 60 full-time employees.Read more >>
The Town of Bridgton, Maine, seeks a dynamic individual who possesses the credentials and experience to guide the community in its planning and economic and community development. The selected individual must be able to work with various committees to achieve demonstrated results. A complete position description and employment application are available at http://www.bridgtonmaine.org/ under Home/Career Opportunities.
To apply, submit a letter of interest, resume, and completed employment application by Friday, March 17, 2017, to:
Robert A. Peabody, Jr., Town Manager
Town of Bridgton
3 Chase Street, Suite #1
Bridgton, ME 04009.
The Town of Bridgton is an equal opportunity employer.
The City of Caribou, Maine, is seeking qualified candidates for the position of City Manager. Caribou (pop. 7,850), has a Mayor/City Council (seven members)/City Manager form of government, a municipal budget excluding schools of $9 million, and 72 full-time employees. Caribou, the most northeastern city in the U.S., is a full-service city and winter and summer recreational area. For more information about the city, visit http://www.cariboumaine.org/.Read more >>
The Central Vermont Solid Waste Management District (CVSWMD), a chartered union municipality that serves 19 towns, is seeking proposals from interested, qualified contractors for hauling food scraps to compost facilities, farms, or other locations that manage food residuals in a manner consistent with the priority uses identified by the State of Vermont. A proposer conference will be held on Wednesday, February 15, at 1 p.m. at the CVSWMD office at 137 Barre Street in Montpelier. Participation can be in person or by conference call.Read more >>