EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

 

FT Heavy Equipment Operator

Are you a high school graduate or someone looking to start a meaningful career?  Do you enjoy a variety of work and equipment operation? Consider working for the Richmond Highway Department. This job requires a CDL license.

Benefits of working for the Town are:

Job security

Health and disability benefits

Municipal retirement plan with Town match

Personal time

Comp time

4 day / week summer work schedule

2 weeks paid vacation

12 paid holidays

Sign on bonus of 2% of annual salary

Starting wage of $22.80 – $24.40 depending on qualifications

For more information, please contact Pete Gosselin at 802 (434-2631) or pgosselin@richmondvt.gov.

A full job description is available at: Highway Heavy Equip Operator

Please submit resume and cover letter to: Richmond Highway Department, PO box 285, Richmond VT 05477. Position open until filled.

 

Police Officer

The Richmond Police Department is currently accepting applications for a Full Time Police Officer and a Full Time School Resource Officer.  Our Department’s focus is a community based approach that encourages a collaborative effort utilizing a variety of services in problem solving. Richmond is a quiet suburb in Chittenden County, serving a population of 4,200 citizens.

The Richmond Police Department offers a competitive benefits package including take home cruiser in a 30 mile radius, Vermont Municipal Employees Retirement System Group D, paid vacation, holidays, sick leave, medical, dental, and life insurance and upon completion of mandatory training, the starting salary is $20.03 per hour, as set forth in the NEPBA (New England Police Benevolence Association) contract.  Lateral transfers are eligible to receive credit for experience.

Minimum Requirements (Requirements may change without notice)

  • High School Diploma or GED.
  • Must have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, nor any habitual or serious traffic offenses, domestic violence or assault convictions.  Other violations, which may adversely affect a law enforcement career, will be considered on a case-by case basis.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a valid Vermont State driver’s license.
  • Able to pass Vermont Police Academy entrance exam.
  • Pass Vermont Police Academy Physical Fitness Exam
  • Pass a polygraph and comprehensive background investigation.

Entrance requirements can be found and reviewed at http://vcjtc.vermont.gov/training/three/entrance-standards

Please submit resumes along with a letter of interest to:

Town of Richmond

Attention: Chief Kyle Kapitanski

203 Bridge Street

Richmond, VT 05477

Or email to: larry.muldoon@vermont.gov