Thank you for your interest in working with the Town of Concord, Vermont! Our current employment opportunities are listed below. Please note, if you do not see any postings below there are currently no positions available.
Current Job Opportunities:
The Town is looking for a volunteer(s) to monitor the “Share Shack” located at the
Concord Transfer Station. The “Share Shack” will be a place that the Concord
Community and surrounding areas can leave items that are in decent shape for
others to take and use. It will be the responsibility of the Monitor to keep the
area tidy and to only accept items that can be reused. The hours of the “Share
Shack” will be the same as the Transfer Station hours, Tuesday 4pm to 6pm and
Saturdays 8am to 2pm.
If you are interested, please contact Susan at the Selectboard Office 802-695-2910, ext: 21 or via email at email@example.com
Wanted Planning and Zoning Board Secretary:
For more information please contact Dale Urie at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Planning/Zoning Board Secretary serves as an administrative secretary to the Concord Planning & Zoning Board; manages, organizes and processes all official records of the meetings including agendas and minutes and distributes accordingly; posts official records to town website; prepares and distributes written correspondence including applications as directed by boards; performs related work as required.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK
This is a professional position with a high degree of independence and responsibility for assuring compliance with the Town of Concord Zoning Bylaws, Vermont Municipal and Regional Planning and Development Act and related provisions. The position involves considerable interaction with the public, as well as research, analysis, and review of zoning, subdivision, and applications; preparation of findings and decisions; data base data entry; inspection of properties; enforcement of the regulations; and providing information to individuals, local officials, and others.
In an effort to provide a high level of service to applicants and to the volunteer members of the Planning & Zoning Board, the PZA is expected to be knowledgeable about all aspects of the local development review process, including familiarity with the regulatory and review procedures of state agencies that may also have jurisdiction.
The PZA also serves as the Town of Concord‘s E-911 Coordinator. This involves implementing the Concord Street Naming and Addressing Ordinance and assigning addresses to new development or other locations where an address is requested or required.