Employment

Employment

NOTE: Applications Are Now Accepted ON-LINE!

If you have any questions about posted jobs, need additional accessibility information or require alternative formats, please contact Burlington’s Department of Human Resources or call (802) 865-7145.
jobs@burlingtonvt.gov
200 Church Street, Suite 102, Burlington, VT 05401

Full-Time Positions

City Arborist

SALARY: $64,301.00 – $71,758.00 Annually
FLSA: Exempt  |  UNION: Non-Union
GRADE: 20
POSITION STATUS: Regular Full Time

This position is responsible for managing the Trees and Greenways Program and Burlington’s Urban Forestry Master Plan, which includes responsibility of all maintenance to public trees and landscaping at public facilities, parks, cemeteries and along the public right of way, as well as assisting in developing and implementing capital projects for the City of Burlington.

Click here to see complete details and apply online.

 

Seasonal Positions

We currently have several open positions!

See them all online, and apply online through our HR portal!

Job Title Salary
Adult Volleyball Program Director/Instructor $12.00 – $15.38 hr
Basketball Referee – Part Time – Seasonal $20.00 – $30.00 hr
O.N.E. Community Center Program Counselor $12.00 – $15.83 hr
Pro Shop Attendant-Leddy Arena $10.10 – $15.83 hr
Seasonal Parks Rec & Waterfront $10.10 – $15.83 hr
Seasonal Recreation Program Instructors Depends on Qualifications
Skateguard at Leddy Arena $10.10 – $15.83 hr
Youth Sports League Site Coordinator $12.00 – $15.38 hr

Contract Jobs

Soccer Referees

RATE OF PAY: $11-13/hr depending on experience/certifications
POSITION STATUS: Seasonal/part-time, 4 hours per week (Sundays only.)

Must have soccer background/experience and be familiar with rules and regulations.  Also, must have a desire to work with children and demonstrate dependability, good communication skills and able to effectively enforce rules and code of conduct.  Age range is 5-13 for soccer league.

Contact:
Jen Cotton – Athletic Program Supervisor
Office Number: (802)540-1089

 

Class Instructors at the new O.N.E. Community Center

RATE OF PAY: Negotiable

If you are interested in teaching or would like to propose a class at the new O.N.E Community Center at St. Joseph’s School, 20 Allen Street in Burlington, please contact Sarah Carter, via email or phone 802-316-1510.

Classes can be 1-2 hours any time from 9:00-4:00 Monday through Friday in 10-12 week sessions.  Classes start December 4th  2017.

We’re hoping to offer programs for any of these topics:

  • Basic Jewelry Making
  • Hand building in clay
  • Dance-Salsa/Ballroom/Tango/Swing/Multicultural
  • Guitar -Beginner
  • Sketching-Basic Drawing, Pen & ink
  • Languages-Spanish/ Italian/French/Chinese/German
  • Beginner Voice
  • Arts & Crafts-Seasonal Crafts
  • Fabric Arts
  • Rug Hooking
  • Magic
  • Basic Weaving/Basket weaving
  • Origami
  • Candle Making
  • Nature Crafts
  • Soap making
  • Carving
  • Photography
  • Knitting
  • Crocheting
  • Gardening
  • Flower arranging
  • Birding
  • Recycle art
  • Bridge/ Mahjong
  • Quilting
  • Canning
  • Sewing
  • Mosaics
  • Murals
  • Scrap booking
  • History of Burlington and Vermont
  • Book club
  • Acting/ Theatre
  • Storytelling
  • Multicultural Art
  • Outdoor Activities-Hiking/Camping/Fishing/Kayaking
  • Multicultural cooking

 


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