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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!
Are you interested in joining a mission-driven organization and team of dedicated colleagues? The Vermont League of Cities and Towns seeks a claims professional to serve our municipal membership within our self-insured property, casualty, and workers’ compensation pool. We will consider adjusters of various levels of workers’ compensation experience and will interview entry through senior levels.
This key position provides expertise to members for claims underwritten by the VLCT Property and Casualty Intermunicipal Fund (PACIF) trust. Knowledge of claim principles and law, especially workers’ compensation, is essential; familiarity with risk pooling and/or local government is helpful. This position has a high degree of discretionary claim handling authority.
This position reports to the Manager, Workers' Compensation. Duties include investigation and management, processing state forms, working closely with medical providers, legal counsel, and the Vermont Department of Labor, mediating and negotiating settlements, and helping to write a variety of special reports.
The Public Works Department of the Town of Williston seeks a Building and Grounds Maintenance Worker. Responsibilities for this year-round and permanent part-time (20-25 hours per week) position include building and grounds maintenance, custodial work, sidewalk plowing, and other duties as assigned.Read more >>
The Town of Norwich, Vermont, seeks an engaging, collaborative, and experienced Town Manager. Norwich (pop. 3,414) is a charming New England community located across the Connecticut River from Dartmouth College and is close to both Interstates 89 and 91. The Town has a strong tradition of community involvement and access to the arts, cultural, and recreational amenities of the Upper Valley.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.Read more >>
The Town of Hinesburg seeks a qualified person to fill the position of Development Review Coordinator in our Planning and Zoning Department. This is a full-time (40 hours/week) professional position. The Coordinator, working with the Director of Planning and Zoning, is the principal staff person for the Development Review Board.
Requirements include a bachelor’s degree plus prior experience with land use planning and/or development review. Salary commensurate with experience; excellent benefits. A detailed job description and general employment application are available on the Town website, http://www.hinesburg.org/employment.html.
Why work in Hinesburg?
Location, location, location. Hinesburg (pop. 4,400) is a vibrant community located in northwest Vermont, 12 miles south of Burlington. There is so much going on here! Planning is more enriching when you have something to plan and challenges to tackle. Working in Hinesburg, you get to see it all – from the conservation of farms and forest land (over 1,000 acres in the last 10 years) to redevelopment of industrial properties (e.g., the 15-acre Cheese Plant) to new development in village expansion areas. Our restored/historic Town Office features award-winning community volunteers, an experienced and dedicated staff, and an excellent work environment. It’s all happening in Hinesburg!
Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three references along with the general employment application to:
Director of Planning & Zoning
Town of Hinesburg
10632 Route 116
Hinesburg, VT 05461,
or send via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Town of Hinesburg is an equal opportunity employer.
The City of St. Albans, Vermont, is accepting applications for a Planning and Permitting Administrator. This is an exciting time for St. Albans. The City is engaged in numerous initiatives to preserve what we love about our community and develop what we can to further the quality of life in our neighborhoods and the economic vibrancy of our historic downtown. The Planning and Permitting Administrator plays an important role in these activities.
This position is responsible for administering and enforcing the City’s Development Regulations and assisting with the City’s planning and development program. A full job description is available at www.StAlbansVT.com/Jobs.
The hiring salary range is expected to be between $40,000 and $50,000, commensurate with experience and qualifications; excellent benefits package.
To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to Chip Sawyer, Director of Planning & Development, at email@example.com.
Resume review will begin Tuesday, August 9, 2016. EOE.
The State of Vermont Capitol Police Department is seeking an individual to fill the full-time position of Chief of Police.Read more >>
Montpelier, the capital city of Vermont, is seeking a Director of Finance. This position reports directly to the City Manager and manages all finance, accounting, payroll, benefits, and information technology activities for the City. The Director of Finance supervises eight employees and financial services contracts. The City has 113 FTEs and a general fund operating budget of $12.8 million along with special funds for water, sewer, parking, and district heat. The work of this professional involves close cooperation and coordination with department heads, citizen boards, the City Council, and others. 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 City of St. Albans seeks a team player to serve as its City Accountant. This position reports to the Director of Administration and performs professional accounting work, including reconciling of the general ledger and all subsidiary accounts, treasury management, calculating and preparing monthly payables and receivables, and tracking fixed assets. The City Accountant also assists department heads and the City Manager with financial questions, and serves as the main contact with the City’s external auditing firm. Other related work is performed as required.Read more >>
The Town of Hyde Park is seeking qualified applicants for a full-time Road Foreman. Work involves skilled and unskilled labor tasks, supervisory and safety compliance responsibilities, development of annual work plans, grant administration, and budget management to ensure a high level of maintenance for town roads and properties.Read more >>
The Town of Littleton, N.H., is requesting proposals from qualified individuals or firms to assist with applications, implementation, management, oversight and closing of grants, and handling federal, state and charitable foundation requirements.Read more >>