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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); non-members pay $41.00 per ad. Payment must be made by check to VLCT. 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 Randolph, Vt. (pop. 4,853), seeks a dynamic Chief of Police to lead a professional police department focused on community partnership and the pillars of the 21st Century Policing program. The successful applicant will replace the retiring chief of police who has served for 15 years in the position. The Randolph Police Department has a full-time staff of five sworn officers serving the Village area (pop. 1,974) of Randolph and an annual budget of $625,000. The Chief, who is appointed by and reports to the Town Manager, is responsible for all police operations, emphasizing community policing, crime prevention, and partnership with the community and other local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.Read more >>
The southeastern Vermont town of Guilford (pop. 2,100) has an immediate opening for a Town Administrator. Its current TA was recruited away after serving the community for seven of the last eight years.Read more >>
The North Branch Fire District #1, a wastewater treatment facility located in West Dover, Vermont, is seeking a full-time Operator to perform skilled and semi-skilled work in the operation of the District’s wastewater facility. The Operator works under supervision of the Chief Operator.Read more >>
Randolph, Vt. (population service area, 7,000), which is interested in expanding to a more comprehensive level of recreation services for a broader range of community residents, is accepting applications for a Recreation Director. The Director reports to the Town Manager but coordinates closely and receives program guidance from the Town Recreation Committee. He or she is responsible for the professional, planning, managerial, administrative, and supervisory work over the Town’s recreation facilities, some school activities and athletics programs, summer aquatic programs, winter ice rink, camps, and special events. Functioning in an executive capacity, the Recreation Director is responsible for ensuring adherence to and compliance with all applicable town, state, and federal guidelines and regulatory requirements regarding public recreation programs and facilities maintenance, while ensuring the safety, health and general welfare of the general public. He or she exercises independent judgement and ingenuity in accomplishing the long- and short-range goals and objectives that meet the needs of the citizens and visitors. Some evening and weekend work is required.Read more >>
The Town of Randolph is seeking an energetic and organized individual to fill the full-time position of Staff Accountant within the Finance Department. This individual is responsible for invoicing and maintaining the Utility Billing System as well as for G/L account reconciliations, bank reconciliations, journal entry preparation and backup for Payroll and Accounts Payable. Grant Management is also a function of this position that includes progress reporting, payment procurement, and meeting the conditions of grant agreements.Read more >>
The Towns of Hinesburg and Richmond are partnering to recruit for a Zoning Administrative Officer (up to 20 hours per week for each town, for a combined 40 hours).Read more >>
Winooski, a vibrant, growing, and diverse city, seeks a City Manager to serve as its chief administrative officer. The City Manager is responsible to the Winooski City Council for administering all city affairs and operations placed in his or her charge. The City Manager is responsible for ensuring that critical services are provided in an effective and efficient manner providing the highest value possible. This includes a responsibility to citizens, business owners and employees in the city that infrastructure is maintained, that capital assets required for operation are in safe condition, and that Personnel Polices are abided by. The City seeks an individual with proven success in keeping up with current trends and bringing innovative ideas forward, as well as a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.Read more >>
The Town of Pomfret is seeking qualified applicants to be a full-time member of its Road Crew. Work involves skilled and unskilled labor tasks and the operation of equipment for the maintenance and repair of town roads.
The Town of Swanton is seeking qualified candidates for a new, part-time position as the Economic Development Coordinator for the Town. The Town is seeking either a part-time employee or a consulting proposal from a professional firm. The anticipated period of employment or contract is for one year with a maximum of 20 hours per week. A consulting firm would be expected to provide the same number of work hours for the same period of time. After the first year, the selectboard plans to evaluate the results of the program and may make this position full time.
The primary function of the Economic Development Coordinator will be to coordinate, implement, and administer community and economic development projects. Among other requirements, grant writing skills are a must and experience in economic development is a plus.
Montpelier, the capital city of Vermont, is seeking a Staff Accountant. The professional in this position reports to the Director of Finance and Administration and Senior Accountant. He or she is responsible for accounts payable and receivable functions, construction project accounting, grant management, as well as submission of state and federal fund reimbursement requests. The Staff Accountant will oversee daily accounting functions, maintenance of financial records, and coordination of quarterly water/sewer utility billing.
The successful applicant will have the following qualifications:
The Town of Northfield, Vt., is seeking a part-time Zoning Administrator. The Zoning Administrator, who serves the Town and is supervised by the Town Manager, administers and enforces the Town’s Zoning Bylaws and provides technical support to the Planning Commission and the Development Review Board.
A complete job description is available on the Town’s website, http://www.northfield-vt.gov/, or by contacting the Town Manager at 485-6121 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Salary is commensurate with experience.
To apply, please email cover letter and resume by Friday, October 28, 2016, to email@example.com or mail to:
Town of Northfield
Office of the Town Manager
51 South Main Street
Northfield, VT 05663.
Fair Haven, Vt., is seeking to hire the a part-time (25 hours per week) Assistant Water Operator. Reporting to the Chief Water Operator and the DPW Superintendent, the union-based 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 the Assistant Water Operator 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.
The Town of East Montpelier is seeking applications for its Road Foreman position, who serves as the leader of the Highway Department. After many years of exemplary service, East Montpelier Road Foreman Mike Garand is aiming to retire, at least from full-time duty, as of July 1, 2017. The town intends to hire a prospective foreman with a start date around January 1, 2017, to allow a six-month probationary period to work/train under Mr. Garand.Read more >>
The Town of Randolph seeks a full-time Staff Accountant to be responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the Town’s water and sewer utility billing system. All billable accounts are monitored and appropriate collection of delinquent accounts initiated on a timely basis. In addition, the Staff Accountant is responsible for G/L account reconciliations, bank reconciliations, journal entry preparation, as well as the grant management function, which includes grant writing, progress reporting, payment procurement and meeting the conditions of grant agreements.
The ideal candidate should possess a bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field and three years of experience as a staff accountant, substantial experience using Microsoft Excel and Word. Experience in NEMRC Fund Accounting Software would be helpful. A full job description is posted at www.randolph.vt.us under Employment. No telephone inquiries. please.
To apply, email a resume and cover letter to Finance Director Michael DeCubellis at firstname.lastname@example.org, or send to:
Town of Randolph
Attn: Michael DeCubellis, Finance Director
Randolph, VT 05060.
The City of Burlington is seeking to hire an Engineering Technician to help engineering staff in professional and administrative engineering work.Read more >>
The Town of Windsor Fire Department is accepting applications for the part-time position of Firefighter/EMT or Firefighter/AEMT. The maximum number of weekly work hours is 24.Read more >>
The Town of St. Albans is seeking a Director of Public Works to be responsible for all aspects of road and facilities, Department of Public Works personnel, maintenance, grants and budget preparation. Requirements include previous supervisory experience and a current CDL. This is a full-time, benefited position.
A complete job description is posted on the Town’s website, www.stalbanstown.com. Salary range is dependent on experience. Please call 802-524-7589 with any questions.
To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, and three references by Wednesday, November 2, 2016, to email@example.com, or send to:
St. Albans Town Manager
PO Box 37
St. Albans Bay, VT 05481.
The Town of Jaffrey, N.H. (pop. 5,500), is seeking an experienced, hands-on, community-oriented leader to serve as its next Town Manager. This desirable community, 75 miles northwest of Boston and nestled in the foothills of the picturesque Mount Monadnock region of southern New Hampshire, provides a high quality of life in a picture-book New England setting, yet is within an easy 35-mile drive to the cities of Manchester and Nashua. Jaffrey has a traditional New England town meeting form of government and an operating budget of approximately $10 million, excluding schools, and a workforce of 50 FTEs. The Town Manager of this full-service municipality reports to a three-member select board.
The successful candidate will have strong experience in local government operations and excellent communication skills. A Master’s degree in a related field and 7+ years of relevant experience is preferred.
The starting salary is up to $110,000, commensurate with qualifications. For additional information related to the search, or Town and candidate profiles, contact Alan Gould, President, Municipal Resources, Inc., at 603-279-0352, ext. 320.
See www.town.jaffrey.nh.us and www.mrigov.com/career for additional information.
To apply, email a cover letter and resume, in confidence, as attached pdf files by 8 a.m. on Monday, November 21, 2016, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Town of Jaffrey is an equal opportunity employer.
The City of Fort Smith, Arkansas, is seeking a new Water/Wastewater Utilities Director. Fort Smith is located on the Arkansas River at the Arkansas-Oklahoma border “where the New South meets the Old West.” Fort Smith is the second largest city in the state with a population of just over 87,000. The City employs more than 900 staff members and has an FY2016 operating budget of $111 million.Read more >>
The Town of Bristol, Maine, is currently accepting resumes for the position of Town Administrator. Bristol (pop. 2,700) is an attractive, mid-coast community with a Board of Selectmen/Town Meeting form of government and an annual budget of $3.5 million, excluding schools. The Board is seeking an individual with:Read more >>
The Lakes Region Mutual Fire Aid Association (LRMFA) seeks a Chief Coordinator. LRMFA is an organization of 35 communities located in the greater Lakes Region area of New Hampshire that provides fire and emergency medical service to the member communities. It is a recognized fire mutual aid system under RSA 154 and is organized as a municipal corporation.Read more >>
The Town of Richmond is accepting bids on a 2012 Chevrolet Impala former police cruiser. The vehicle has 94,907 miles and has had all police equipment removed except for the center divider and radio console. This is a heavily used vehicle and the town makes no representations about condition, however, the vehicle does run.
If interested, please contact Geoffrey Urbanik, Town Manager, at 802-434-5170 or email@example.com for more information.
Submit your bid by Thursday, November 10, 2016, to:
203 Bridge Street
PO Box 285
Richmond, VT 05477.
The Town of Milton is seeking qualifications from attorneys with experience in municipal law to facilitate an aggressive tax sale. Please include a brief summary of qualifications and municipal references including recent tax sale work. Email any questions or requests for clarification to Sarah Macy, Finance Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more >>
The Town of Milton seeks to engage the services of a qualified firm to provide website design and content management system services. The Town’s goal is to update its website to enhance the user experience, simplify content management, and provide better information and customer service to the community, while meeting high standards for design quality and visual appeal.Read more >>
The Town of Littleton, N.H., is requesting proposals from qualified individuals or firms licensed by the State of New Hampshire to complete engineering design, permitting, and construction-related services for the construction of roadway and utility infrastructure including but not limited to sidewalks, storm drainage, sanitary sewer and electrical conduit for street lighting along Ammonoosuc, Saranac, and Mill streets in Littleton, N.H.Read more >>
The Town of Littleton, New Hampshire, is requesting proposals from qualified individuals or firms to operate and maintain the wastewater treatment plant located at 323 Meadow Street in Littleton. The 1.5 million gallon-per-day plant provides treatment to sanitary wastewater collected from residences and businesses through an activated-sludge process (specifically, through the use of oxidation ditches) and operates under a permit from the EPA, NPDES Permit No. NH0100153.
For a copy of the full Request for Proposals, contact Susan McQueeney at 603-444-3996 ext. 10, email@example.com, or:
Town of Littleton
125 Main Street, Suite 200
Littleton, NH 03561.
Proposals are due by Thursday, December 1, 2016, at noon.