Town of Wallingford
Vacant Positions

The Town depends on its citizens to help in many ways.  The following is a list of positions that are currently available. Some are volunteer positions, others may come with a small stipend, and others may be permanent part-time.  Send letter of interest to Town of Wallingford, 
75 School Street, Wallingford, VT  05773.


Positions that are currently available:

Elfin Lake positions, Recreation Committee,

Planning Commission, Energy Committee, and Conservation Commission

Concession stand workers needed. Please contact Town Administrator Sandi Switzer at 446-2872 for an application or email townadmin@wallingfordvt.com.

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Planning Commission
- Prepares a municipal plan, prepares and administers bylaws, and undertakes studies and make recommendations on matters of land development, urban renewal, transportation, economic and social development, etc.  The Committee meets once a month.  This is a volunteer position. --2 vacancies.

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Recreation Committee - Organizes and oversees the summer recreation program, recommends employees to be hired for the program, and oversees maintenance of recreation facilities. The committee meets as needed. Multiple vacancies.


Energy Committee - promotes energy efficiency and renewable energy generation at the local and regional levels.  The Committee meets once a month (not during the summer months).  This is a volunteer position. --1 vacancy.


Conservation Commission - the commission may:  (1) make an inventory and conduct continuing studies of the natural resources of the municipality including but not limited to: (A) air, surface and ground waters, and pollution thereof; (B) soils and their capabilities; (C) mineral and other earth resources; (D) streams, lakes, ponds, wetlands, and floodplains; (E) unique or fragile biologic sites; (F) scenic and recreational resources; (G) plant and animal life, especially the rare and endangered species; (H) prime agricultural and forest land, and other open lands; (2) make and maintain an inventory of lands within the municipality which have historic, educational, cultural, scientific, architectural, or archaeological values in which the public has an interest; (3) recommend to the legislative body of the municipality the purchase or the receipt of gifts of land or rights thereto, or other property, for the purposes of this chapter; (4) receive appropriations for operating expenses including clerical help by appropriation through the budget of the legislative body; (5) receive money, grants or private gifts from any source, for the purposes of this chapter. Grants and gifts received by the trustee of public funds shall be carried in a conservation fund from year to year to be expended only for purposes of this chapter; (6) receive gifts of land or other property for the purposes of this chapter, by consent of the legislative body or by the affirmative vote of the municipality; (7) administer the lands, properties and other rights which have been acquired by the municipality for the purposes of this chapter; (8) assist the local planning commission or zoning board of adjustment or the district environmental commission, by providing advisory environmental evaluations where pertinent to applications made to those bodies, for permits for development; (9) cooperate with the local legislative body, planning commission, zoning board of adjustment, road committee, or other municipal or private organizations on matters affecting the local environment or the natural resources of the municipality; (10) prepare, collect, publish, advertise and distribute relevant books, maps and other documents and maintain communication with similar organizations; and encourage through educational activities the public understanding of local natural resources and conservation needs; (11) make a brief annual report to the municipality of its finances and transactions for the year just passed, and its plans and prospects for the ensuing year.  The Committee meets once a month.  This is a volunteer position. --2 vacancies.

 

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