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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 Chittenden Solid Waste District (CSWD) is seeking a Finance Director to oversee the finance department of a countywide municipal organization with an annual budget of $10 million. CSWD is the largest of several solid waste districts established by the State of Vermont. The district is governed by a board of commissioners appointed by each town in Chittenden County. The Finance Director is responsible for maintaining financial records, preparing and presenting the annual budget, and managing computerized accounting systems and investment programs.
The Town of Dover, Vermont, is seeking an energetic and motivated Economic Development Director to develop and implement an ongoing strategy for the development and improvement of the business environment. The position requires a minimum of three years’ economic development experience, preferably for a municipality. A bachelor’s degree and prior managerial experience are preferred.
This full-time position reports directly to the selectboard and contains full benefits. A full description of the position requirements can be found on the Town of Dover website.
Please send a resume and a cover letter that notes how you learned about the position along with your salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, March 31, 2017.
The Town of Dover is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Londonderry Selectboard wishes to fill the following three vacancies:Read more >>
The Town of Hartland, Vermont (pop. 3,393) seeks a collaborative and energetic town manager to serve as its chief administrative officer. Hartland is a small town on the Connecticut River in southeastern Vermont that maintains a strong tradition of civic engagement. Its covered bridges and abundant outdoor recreational opportunities reflect quintessential Vermont living within easy driving distance of Lebanon and Hanover, New Hampshire and Dartmouth College.Read more >>
The Town of Fair Haven, Vt., is seeking a part-time (25 hrs/week) Assistant Water Operator for its Water Treatment Plant. Reporting to the Chief Water Operator and the DPW Superintendent, this union-based position performs a variety of operational and maintenance tasks related to the Town’s water system according to Town ordinance and a state permit to operate. The Assistant Water Operator covers laboratory work, process control, and O&M frequently involving outdoor work throughout the year. The position, which requires moderate physical effort, works on a rotating schedule, including weekends and holidays and includes emergency call-ins. A full Notice of Job Posting and related job description is available on the Town’s webpage, www.fairhavenvt.org.
Montpelier, the capital city of Vermont, is seeking an Assistant City Manager. This position reports directly to the City Manager and is part of the senior leadership team. The Assistant City Manager is a professional position with primary responsibility for communications, economic development, cross-departmental project management, community services, and general administration. She or he may have additional responsibilities for government operations, policy analysis, emergency management, budget management, and other areas of city government as assigned by the City Manager. Assignments may vary based on the skill set of the successful candidate. The work involves close cooperation and coordination with department heads, advisory boards, the City Council, residents, and the business community. Attendance at evening meetings is necessary. Montpelier is a vibrant and engaged community with a committed and professional workforce.
The successful applicant will have the following qualifications:
The Bellows Falls Police Department is currently accepting application for one full-time Police Officer and two part-time Police Officers.
The Police Ofrficer should be able to work in a fast-paced and potentially stressful environment while being able to maintain a professional and courteous attitude. This person must also be able to perform work related to the protection of life and property through the enforcement of State law and local ordinance, and must be at least 21 years of age at the time of the appointment. The applicant must be available to work various shifts and hours.
The full-time applicant must have an Associate’s degree in law enforcement or commensurate, with four years of experience, and must demonstrate experience in dealing with the public in a customer-service environment. He or she must be full-time/Level 3 certified as a police officer in the State of Vermont and must pass a background check, produce a verification of education, and have a valid Vermont driver’s license. Hourly pay range, $19.33 to $24.15, depending on qualifications and experience.
The part-time applicant must be part-time/Level 2 certified as a police officer in the State of Vermont and must pass a background check, produce a verification of high school or equivalent education, and have a valid driver’s license. Hourly pay range, $18.24 to $22.78, depending on qualifications and experience.
Submit application by 4 p.m. on Friday, April 14, 2017, to:
Bellows Falls Police Chief
170 Rockingham Street
Bellows Falls, VT 05101.
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 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 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 Upton, Mass. (pop. 7641+/-), is seeking an experienced, proactive, and community-oriented leader to serve as its second Town Manager. The Town of Upton changed its government to a strong Town Manager position through a special act of the Legislature (Chapter 391, Acts of 2008). The Town's previous Manager recently accepted a position in a larger community in Massachusetts. Located 13 miles south of Worcester and 35 miles west of Boston, this quintessential New England suburban community serves as an ideal commuter town for workers in both of those major cities. Upton is proud of its significant open spaces, abundant recreational opportunities for its residents, maintaining its small-town image by managing growth, and providing first rate services to ensure a high quality of life for its predominantly residential population. Upton is led by a three-member Board of Selectmen and has a traditional town meeting form of government.
The Town Manager oversees 64 full-time employees and a combined budget of approximately $20M (including costs of the independently administered regional school district). The Town collects approximately 94% of its tax revenues from its residential population.
The successful candidate must have experience in local government operations, municipal finance and law, HR/labor relations, strategic planning, and community-based problem solving. Strong interpersonal, written, and verbal skills are essential, as is demonstrated experience in providing excellent customer service. Preferred qualifications include an advanced degree (Master’s level), with a minimum of seven years of progressive municipal management and leadership experience.
Salary range is up to $135,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Additional information is available at www.mrigov.com/career.html.
To apply, email a cover letter and resume as pdf file attachments by 8 a.m. on Monday, April 10, 2017, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upton is an equal opportunity employer.
The City of South Portland, Maine, is seeking a full-time (40 hours per week) Civil/Transportation Project Engineer. This professional/technical position is responsible for providing engineering services to the Engineering Division of the City of South Portland and reports directly to the Engineering Division Manager.
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 City of Rockland, Maine (www.ci.rockland.me.us/), is accepting resumes for the position of city manager. Located in mid-coast Maine, Rockland (pop. 7,237) is a service center community and county seat. The city has a strong and growing historic downtown, working waterfront, successful business community, cultural and recreational opportunities, and a diverse residential community. Rockland has a $22.7 million total operating budget and 100 full-time employees. Rockland operates under a City Charter, Council/Manager form of government with a five-member council elected citywide and serving staggered three-year terms.
A manager with a collaborative and open management style, who cultivates and maintains positive relationships with elected officials, city staff, and all of the city’s various constituencies and stakeholders, and who is invested in assisting Rockland develop and achieve its collective vision will be a strong candidate. Excellent leadership and organizational skills, team-building experience, and experience seeking best practices will be essential. The council is seeking candidates with a minimum of five years of demonstrated municipal management experience as a manager or similar related position. Technical skills and experience in areas of economic development, finance, strategic and long-term planning, budgeting, labor relations, policy development, and project management are desired. Applicants will possess a Bachelor’s degree in Public or Business Administration or a closely related field (Master’s degree preferred). Candidates with varied combinations of education and management experience are encouraged to apply. The city manager is required to live in Rockland and is expected to become an active part of the community.
Salary based on experience and qualifications.
Submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements by 5 p.m,. on Monday, April 3, 2017, via email (PersonnelServices@memun.org), fax (207-624-0118), or by U.S. mail to:
Director of Personnel Services
Maine Municipal Association
60 Community Drive
Augusta, ME 04330.
Rockland is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The City of Gardiner, Maine (www.gardinermaine.com), is seeking qualified candidates for the position of city manager. Gardiner (pop. 5,800) is located near the state capital on the Kennebec River with a redeveloping historic downtown. Gardiner is a full-service community with a council/manager form of government, 57 employees, and a budget of $5.9 million, excluding schools and county government.Read more >>
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, email@example.com, 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.