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 Planning Technician Needed – Summer 2019

The Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission (CVRPC) is seeking to fill one Planning Technician position for the summer (June – August) of 2019. The Commission assists its 23 member municipalities to provide effective local government and work cooperatively to address regional issues, such as transportation challenges and water quality improvement.


Major areas of work may include land use, transportation, and/or climate change planning. Planning Technicians will:

  • Download and analyze data for incorporation into planning documents, such as local and regional plans, local energy plans, and local hazard mitigation plans,
  • Inventory and map road erosion sites in support of town implementation of clean water projects,
  • Conduct transportation counts and infrastructure assessments to support public investments,
  • Produce GIS-based maps for completed inventories (as skills permit), and
  • Assist senior staff with community engagement and public outreach related to a variety of projects.


Pay is $13.00/hour ($14 for returning technicians). Technicians are expected to work 40 hours per week. CVRPC will reimburse job-related expenses, such as mileage costs, at the allowable federal rate. Standard work week is Monday-Friday.


These positions are expected to work from early June through mid-August 2019.  Candidates may elect to start earlier or end later. Candidates must specify start and end dates in the cover letter.


  • Interest in the planning profession and relevant planning specializations. Undergraduate students, graduate students, and new graduates are invited to apply. A degree in planning or a related field is not required for this position.
  • The employee must be flexible in their scheduling and have their own means of transportation.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen or otherwise lawfully authorized to work in the United States.


Application materials are due by Thursday, May 2, 2019. The interview process will commence as materials are received.


  • Gain experience communicating directly with municipal officials and the public.
  • Participate in project and Commission meetings.
  • Learn how data and information is used in different aspects of the planning field.
  • Gain experience working in a dynamic team and on your own initiative.
  • Expand “soft skills” critical to advancement in today’s job market.

To apply, e-mail a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to: Daniel Currier, Program Manager

Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission 29 Main Street, Suite 4

Montpelier, VT 05602

802- 229-0389


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Population Health Project Manager

The University of Vermont Health Network – Central Vermont Medical Center (CVMC)  is hiring a Population Health Project Manager.  This position is primarily responsible for the successful planning and execution of population health management based projects to achieve CVMC’s and the Vermont Blueprint for Heath’s goals and objectives.  The incumbent will work with leaders from the CVMC Medical Group Practices and area community organizations/agencies to identify and develop these projects.  The Population Health Project Manager utilizes a structured methodology to plan and implement projects, analyze systems and processes and make recommendations for improvement, and clearly communicate the vision, values, and principles of initiated projects.  This position supports the Washington County Accountable Community for Health (THRIVE).   The position is funded by the CVMC – Vermont Blueprint for Health grant requiring alignment of expectations specific to population health management set forth in the grant.

Successful candidate will have at least 3-5 years’ of leadership experience and/or project management experience.  Preferred candidate possesses strong assessment, leadership and managerial skills.  Strong written and verbal communication and computer skills, goal setting, and ability to provide constructive feedback is preferred. Prior experience in team leading or supervision setting strongly desired.  Demonstrates high clinical competence, an ability to work in a team  with other professionals, and has the ability to carry out responsibilities independently.  Ability to effectively delegate to others, track and evaluate results.  Ability to manage priorities, workflow, and multiple tasks simultaneously while paying close attention to detail.  Ability to work well in partnerships with community partners.


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