As primary staff member of the Chittenden County Homeless Alliance, supports the administrative work under the direction of the Steering Committee.
- Work as staff to and under the direction of its Steering Committee. This includes managing meeting schedules, agenda and minutes.
- Establish a process for distribution and retention of Alliance documents.
- Develop strong working relationships with members and partners of the Alliance.
- Attend all Alliance meetings, including but not limited to the Steering Committee, Coordinated Entry, Strategic Planning, and NOFA Committee.
- Take minutes in consistent format and distribute appropriately.
- Research information for the committees, as requested.
- Support quarterly meeting, including attendance, publicity, location, set up and refreshments.
- Responsible for maintaining the Alliance’s web presence and mailing lists, including email.
- Orientate new members of the Alliance. Establish a consistent process and content for such.
- Create and manage electronic Google documents.
- Other duties as assigned.
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We are currently recruiting for two AmeriCorps VISTA positions!
Communications/Outreach Coordinator: Help grow our members’ capacity to meet the needs of low-income Vermonters. For a full description and information, click here. To apply, fill out the AmeriCorps application here AND send resume and cover letter with three references to email@example.com.
Resident Organizer: Help empower affordable housing residents to engage with their communities. For a full description and information, click here. To apply, fill out the AmeriCorps application here AND send resume and cover letter with three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Institute for Community Alliances is hiring a full-time HMIS Coordinator in Vermont. We are seeking a hard-working, dedicated candidate with an interest in data and the ability to provide technical assistance to partner agencies throughout the state. A position description can be found here. Prospective candidates are encouraged to submit a resume and detailed cover letter to email@example.com no later than Friday, June 24th.
Vermont State Housing Authority, statewide housing provider, needs a professional individual to handle all field operations for a variety of rental housing programs in parts of Franklin and Grand Isle counties. Responsibilities include working with clients, landlords and community organizations; mediating issues; administering and enforcing contracts with property owners; and performing annual reexaminations of tenants and inspections of units under the program. Bachelor’s Degree and two years’ work experience in public or private housing field, including public contact. Individual will be home-based and must reside in either Franklin or Grand Isle county. Extensive driving required, including weekly trips to the central office in Montpelier. Position is full time 40 hours per week. For full position details visit www.vsha.org. Cover letter and resume to HR, VSHA, One Prospect St., Montpelier, VT 05602-3556. VSHA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Innovative statewide funding agency for affordable housing and land conservation is seeking an experienced team leader to direct our housing programs. This senior level position is responsible for developing policy and programs, evaluating housing applications, supervising housing staff and working closely with Vermont’s network of non-profit housing organizations.
Qualifications: Significant prior experience and training in housing development, financial analysis of housing projects, program management, staff supervision, and a comprehensive understanding of affordable housing issues. Commitment to VHCB’s mission and to the health of the non-profit housing delivery system. Experience in non-profit organizational development important. Strong communication skills; experience in policy development and working with a broad range of agencies and organizations.
This is a full-time job with a comprehensive benefits package. EOE. Please send résumé and letter of interest to:firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to: Laurie Graves, VHCB, 58 East State Street, Montpelier, Vermont 05602. Position open until filled. See the job description at www.vhcb.org/employment.html
Office Manager (Vergennes, VT)
Immediate opening for Office Manager position in support of Addison County Community Trust‘s (ACCT’s) mission of providing affordable housing. In addition to administrative duties, the Office Manager is a critical team member providing executive support to the management team, including CFO, Director of Ownership Programs, and Executive Director. Desirable experience includes prior administrative experience, financial services, & customer service involving a diverse and challenging residential population. The successful candidate will have: a strong sense of teamwork with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team; ability to prioritize; flexibility and good judgment; ambition to develop new skills and be highly organized. Excellent benefits; salary based on experience. Respond with resume and cover letter by 3/28/16 to AddisonTrustJobs@gmail.com.
Director of Maintenance (Vergennes, VT)
Immediate opening for management team position in support of Addison County Community Trust‘s (ACCT’s) mission of providing affordable housing, specifically maintenance operations for a portfolio including 200+ multifamily apartments and 9 mobile home parks with 340 lots. Desirable experience includes maintenance and facilities management experience, as well as customer service involving a diverse and challenging residential population. Licensed Water Systems Operator a plus. Some personnel supervision preferable. Excellent benefits; salary based on experience. Respond with resume and cover letter by 3/28/16 to AddisonTrustJobs@gmail.com.
Home Share Now is currently searching for someone to fill the position of Program Manager:
The Program Manager will have primary responsibility for all aspects of facilitating home share matches, working directly with participants and their families.
This position plays a key role in the success of Home Share Now and thus holds significant responsibility; performance will be measured against grant outcome goals. We’re looking for a compassionate, mature candidate that can achieve results and is comfortable with quantifiable and qualitative performance measurement.
The Program Manager must be a team player, a self-initiator, motivated to seek out information, and interested in learning about partner organizations and agencies. Flexible thinking, a forward-looking philosophy, and a strong spirit suits this position best. As a team-oriented organization, the position is responsible for some administration and special projects.
For a full description of this position and requirements, click here. To apply for this position, submit a cover letter and resume to Christina Goodwin,
Executive Director, at email@example.com.
Join Champlain Housing Trust’s Property Management team in Burlington, serve the affordable housing needs of a diverse group of people, and manage CHT’s Commercial Property Portfolio. You will be responsible for leasing, marketing, tenant relations, rent collections, rent increase implementation, lease enforcement and compliance with Federal, State and local programs. Qualified applicants must have excellent customer service skills, be organized with attention to detail, able to work independently while enjoying a team environment, communicate effectively, exercise sound judgment, and committed to a membership-based model of community controlled and permanently affordable housing. Experience in commercial/residential property management.
CHT is a socially responsible employer offering a competitive salary commensurate based on experience. Our benefit package includes training, health insurance, vacation, holiday, sick leave, 403(b), disability and life insurance. Submit a cover letter and resume by February 26th to Human Resources, Champlain Housing Trust, 88 King Street, Burlington, VT 05401 or email HR@champlainhousingtrust.org. No phone calls, please.
Equal Opportunity Employer – CHT is committed to a diverse workplace and highly encourages women, persons with disabilities, Section 3 residents, and people from diverse racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds to apply.
The Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity / Mobile Home Program seeks an experienced, energetic, and committed individual with a high degree of initiative to join our team.
We are looking for a motivated, problem-solver to provide education and outreach to residents of Vermont’s mobile home parks. Our ideal candidate will have good communication and facilitation skills and be able to keep a working knowledge of related statutes and regulations. Job responsibilities include: providing direct service to residents including individual advocacy, identifying resources and solutions to improve or maintain housing conditions; conducting emergency preparedness outreach, facilitating emergency exercises, data entry, provide trainings and technical support for resident associations and resident-owned cooperatives and assisting the program director with managing multiple projects as needed.
Successful applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in appropriate discipline or a combination of education and experience that provides equivalent skills and abilities. Relevant experience in one or more of the following areas: housing counseling, low income advocacy, code enforcement, emergency planning, community organizing and education, or cooperative development is desired. A good driving record and access to a private vehicle is necessary.
This is a 40 hour / week position with excellent benefits. To learn more about this position, please visit www.cvoeo.org. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until suitable candidates are found.
BROC – Community Action in Southwestern Vermont is recruiting a Program Director to lead its’ energy conservation programs including weatherization services. The Program Director will administer, coordinate and provide leadership for the department’s innovative programming including energy efficiency measures to benefit low income households. A successful candidate will hold a Bachelor’s degree in building science and energy efficiency or construction management or a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience plus 10 years relevant work experience ideally including contract and/or grants management. BROC offers a competitive salary for this exempt position with excellent benefits. Expect occasional nights or weekends. Submit a letter of interest and resume to BROC, 45 Union St., Rutland, VT 05701 by February 8, 2016.