Town Manager

EMPLOYMENT

The Town Manager's Office administers the town's human resources program and assists town departments with the recruitment, retention and training of town employees. The Manager's Office also administers personnel policies and employee benefits, and coordinates risk management programs and strategies. In addition, the Manager's staff works to promote equitable labor relations through collective bargaining and contract administration. The Town Manager serves as the town's ADA and Equal Employment Opportunity officer. The Town of Barre is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

Questions about the positions below? Contact the Town Manager's Office at offices@barretown.org or 802-479-9331.

The Barre Town employment application (for any open position) can be downloaded from this link.

CURRENT JOB POSTINGS
 
 

DPW SUMMER HELPER

The Town of Barre is seeking one more seasonal helper to work with its Department of Public Works this summer. DPW summer seasonals do work important to the Town, maintaining roads and protecting DPW staff while they work on roadways. Hours are 7am to 3:30pm. Starting pay is $11.55 per hour, with the opportunity to earn up to a $1.25 per hour bonus for very good attendance. The application can be downloaded here, from the www.barretown.org, or stop by the Town Manager's Office at 149 Websterville Rd for a copy. This position is open until filled.

 

PER-DIEM POLICE OFFICER

The Town of Barre is accepting applications for per-diem police officers. Full-time or part-time certified officers are preferred but applications from untrained personnel will be accepted. Candidates must have a high school diploma, ability to pass the VCJTC physical fitness test, and valid driver's license. Wages for per-diem officers range from $13/hr to $17/hr depending on qualifications. Interested men and women may obtain an application online or from the Barre Town Manager's Office, 149 Websterville Road, by calling (802) 479-9331, or by emailing offices@barretown.org. Applications will be accepted until the Police Department has an adequate number of active per-diem officers.