Intermunicipal Regional Energy Coordinator

The Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission (TRORC) in Woodstock, Vermont is seeking an enthusiastic person to continue our highly successful multi-town energy program. The position is responsible for developing, procuring, and managing town-level energy projects such as audits, community solar, replacing fossil fuel heating systems, EV charging stations, and community education projects.

Applicants must have excellent public speaking skills, be adept at written communication and basic math, be proficient in Microsoft Office, have a public service-attitude, a sense of humor, the ability to operate independently, and be able to grasp technical concepts quickly. This position requires a college degree, reliable vehicle, and possible experience in construction management, grant writing and management, energy projects, and/or working with municipal government.

Starting salary is $55,000-$65,000, depending on experience, accompanied by a second to none benefits package. Occasional remote or in person attendance at local night meetings is required. Partial remote work and flexible hours are possible.  

Please submit by email to [email protected] as separate pdfs the following: a cover letter stating interest in the position, three references with phone and email contacts, and a resume. 

Cover letter should be addressed to:

Peter G. Gregory, AICP, Executive Director 
Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission 
128 King Farm Road 
Woodstock, VT 05091 

Candidates are encouraged to learn more about TRORC’s work at www.trorc.org. 

Position posted 11/3/22 and open until filled. 

TRORC is an equal opportunity employer. 


Planner

The Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission (TRORC) in Woodstock, Vermont is seeking a self-motivated person to take on energy and town planning projects. The position is responsible for varied duties, including town-level energy projects replacing fossil fuel heating systems, land use planning, flood disaster planning, and transportation. 

Applicants must have excellent public speaking skills, be adept at written communication and basic math, be proficient in Microsoft Office, have a public service-attitude, a sense of humor, the ability to operate independently, and can grasp technical concepts quickly. A college degree and some experience in managing projects is required. Experience in construction, grant management, energy projects, AICP accreditation, and/or working with municipal government is a plus. The position requires a reliable vehicle for field work and attendance in-person or remote, at local night meetings.

Starting salary is $55,000-$70,000, depending on experience, accompanied by a second to none benefits package. This is anticipated as a full-time, two-year position, with continued employment after that dependent on legislative funding. Partial remote work and flexible hours are possible.

Please submit the following by email to [email protected] as separate pdfs: a cover letter stating interest in the position, three references with phone and email contacts, and a resume.

Cover letter should be addressed to:

Peter G. Gregory, AICP, Executive Director 
Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission 
128 King Farm Road 
Woodstock, VT 05091 

Candidates are encouraged to learn more about TRORC’s work at www.trorc.org. 

Position posted 11/3/22 and open until filled.

TRORC is an equal opportunity employer. 


Office Assistant

The Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission (TRORC) in Woodstock, Vermont, is seeking a detail-oriented person to join our team of professional staff. The Office Assistant will be responsible for handling office correspondence, file management, occasional fieldwork, mailings, creating reports, maintaining contact lists, and other duties as assigned by the Finance Manager.

Applicants must have a public service-attitude, a sense of humor, and work well with others. Experience with Word/Excel is required, and previous work in an office setting is preferred. This is a part-time, on-site position with occasional evening hours. This position pays $20-25/hour depending on experience and has some flexibility in work hours, but does not have benefits.

Please submit by email to [email protected] as separate pdfs the following: a cover letter stating interest in the position, three references with phone and email contacts, and a resume.

Cover letter should be addressed to:

Peter G. Gregory, AICP, Executive Director
Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission
128 King Farm Road
Woodstock, VT 05091

Candidates are encouraged to learn more about TRORC’s work at www.trorc.org.

Position posted 11/2/22 and open until filled.

TRORC is an equal opportunity employer.


Internships

TRORC welcomes college interns interested in the work of TRORC. Interns assist or lead projects in areas as diverse as land use, water quality, forest protection, GIS, climate change, transportation infrastructure, housing policy, or emergency management. TRORC has no formal intern application form, and accepts interns on an as needed basis given budget and space constraints. Prospective interns should first familiarize themselves with with our work through our website, and then email [email protected] expressing interest in working at TRORC at least two months in advance of a possible start date. Interns selected to apply will be required to submit a faculty letter of recommendation and a resume. Interns are encouraged to seek financial support from their institution for the internship, but we also have a modest budget for hourly pay.

For all full-time positions, please submit by email to [email protected] as separate pdfs the following: a cover letter stating desired salary, three references with phone and email contacts, a resume, and a writing sample.

Cover letter should be addressed to:
Peter G. Gregory, AICP, Executive Director
Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission
128 King Farm Road
Woodstock, VT 05091

TRORC’s service area is comprised of 30 towns in east-central Vermont with a combined population of 56,000. While most of the region is quite rural, we also have excellent recreational assets, very low unemployment and a variety of cultural and educational opportunities. TRORC’s offices are beautifully located on a conserved farm on the outskirts of Woodstock, Vermont. Candidates are encouraged to learn more about TRORC at www.trorc.org.

Candidates are encouraged to learn more about TRORC at www.trorc.org.  TRORC is an equal opportunity employer.