Job Opportunities

ACRPC is excited to announce TWO position openings:

Geographic Information Systems Planner and IT Manager

The Addison County Regional Planning Commission (ACRPC) is seeking a Planner to lead its GIS program and manage its technology.  This position provides GIS services and comprehensive spatial analyses to ACRPC, its 21 member municipalities, and other stakeholders.  It also plans for the long-range GIS needs of the region, including the maintenance and improvement of ACRPC’s spatial databases, related map products and management of ACRPC’s technology including hardware, software, databases and website.

Competitive candidates will have a degree in planning, geography or related field and at least five years professional experience with GIS technology and applications.  Experience with pc-based GIS systems, ESRI, spatial analysis, and cartographic principles is required; experience with IT administration strongly preferred.  Demonstrated abilities to work with complex regulations and issues, to work individually and as part of a team, and to represent the Commission in its work with stakeholders and the public are essential.  Candidates must have excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills; experience using Microsoft products is required.  Attendance at outside meetings and limited field work required.

Position is open until filled; candidate review begins immediately for a job starting December 1st at 20 hours per week for training with our retiring GIS Manager and transitioning to full time (37.5 hrs/wk) starting January 1, 2021.

A more complete job description can be found here: GIS Planner and IT Manager Job Description

Full-Time Finance/Office Manager

The Addison County Regional Planning Commission (ACRPC) seeks a highly skilled, self-motivated, full-time (37.5 hrs/wk) Finance/Office Manager to join our team of dedicated professionals in a public service organization.  Working directly with the Executive Director, responsibilities include management of ACRPC’s financial accounts, organizational budget development and oversight, development of indirect cost rate proposals, financial reporting to the Executive Director and Board, grant budgets and contract management, financial aspects of grant reporting, management of payroll and staff benefits, annual audit preparation, and general oversight of office financial operations.  Knowledge of Quickbooks or other reputable accounting software is required.  Knowledge of government accounting methods and federal or state procurement standards and grants management is preferable.  Ability to work and communicate well with staff and the public is essential.

A more complete job description can be found here: Finance/Office Manager Job Description

 

Please email a letter of interest, resume with three references and contact information and salary requirements in a single pdf to Adam Lougee, Executive Director at alougee@acrpc.org.   This position will remain open until filled.  ACRPC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

ACRPC is the regional planning commission for a 21-town area of west central Vermont in Addison County. ACRPC’s mission is to provide ACRPC’s region and municipal members with resources to address priorities in a variety of planning disciplines, including transportation, land use, housing, energy, disaster recovery, water quality and health.  Our office is centrally located in downtown Middlebury, the shire town of Addison County. Our workplace is friendly and highly flexible.  We offer competitive compensation and excellent benefits.

Addison County Regional Planning Commission | 14 Seminary Street Middlebury, VT 05753 | 802.388.3141 |

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