6/13/2022
Project Manager

The Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission (TRORC) in east-central Vermont is seeking a detail-oriented Project Manager to join our team of professional staff and help Vermont meet its greenhouse gas goals.

The Project Manager will primarily be responsible for procuring and coordinating private contractors for town-level energy projects that replace fossil fuel heating systems in town buildings with non-fossil fuel sources; this may include heat pumps, geothermal, and advanced wood heat. Projects may also include procuring energy audits to identify building needs, as well as weatherization to minimize thermal demand. As energy projects are not pre-identified, candidates must be able to work with towns to generate projects to manage. The Project Manager may also work on managing other local grant-funded projects that are not energy related.

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, a high degree of operating independently, and have the ability to grasp technical concepts quickly. Experience in sales, construction management, grant management, energy projects, working with municipal government, or bookkeeping is desired. Position requires a reliable vehicle and attendance at local night meetings. Partial remote work and flexible hours are possible.

Starting salary is $47-53k, depending on experience, accompanied by an outstanding benefits package. This is anticipated as a full-time, two-year position, with continued employment dependent on legislative funding.

Position posted 6/13/22 and open until filled.

6/6/2022
Planner

The Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission (TRORC) in east-central Vermont is seeking an energetic, multi-faceted Planner as part of our team of professional staff. The Planner will be responsible for individual projects, as well as assisting other professionals on a variety of existing projects. General planning duties include working with local officials on a variety of projects, primarily writing comprehensive plans, hazard mitigation plans, and grant management. Additional work in regional planning, transportation, water quality, and energy is likely.

Candidates must have excellent public speaking skills, be adept at written communication, be proficient in Microsoft Office, have a public service-attitude and sense of humor, a high degree of operating independently, and have the ability to grasp technical concepts quickly. A Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in planning, natural sciences, or a related field. Experience in social media, training programs, GIS, grant management, land use planning, transportation, or emergency management is desired. A master’s degree or AICP or CFM certification is a plus. Position requires a reliable vehicle and attendance at night meetings. Partial remote work is possible.

Starting salary is $46-52k, depending on experience, accompanied by an outstanding benefits package. 

Position posted 6/6/22 and open until filled. 

 

For all 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.