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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:
The Town of Barre is an equal opportunity employer that values our employees in a professional but fun work environment while offering competitive salaries and excellent benefits that include: vacation, sick, and personal time off, floating holidays, paid holidays, excellent medical, dental, vision insurance as well as a retirement benefit through the Vermont Municipal Retirement System for full-time employment. (please scroll to see details about current openings)
* Full-Time Heavy Equipment Mechanic
*  Full-Time EMS
*  Per-Diem EMS

*   Police Officer, Full-Time
*  Police Officer, Per-Diem


Heavy Equipment Mechanic Full-Time Position
 
Barre Town Department of Public works is seeking application for a full-time Mechanic B position. For more information, please click the link below:
Current Full-Time Heavy Equipment Mechanic Opening

Interested individuals may obtain an application at the Town Manager's Office in the Municipal Building at 149 Websterville Road; by calling (802) 479-9331; at the link above on this webpage or the QR code listed in the full-time Heavy Equipment Mechanic Opening link. Applications must be returned to the Manager's Office (PO Box 116, Websterville, VT, 05678).

EMS Full-Time and Per-Diem
Barre Town EMS is seeking applications for a full-time IAFF Union EMS Position. This position is for 48 hours a week (40 regular and 8 Overtime) every week. For more information, please click the link below:

Current Full-time EMS Opening

Barre Town EMS is currently taking applications for Per-Diem EMT, AEMT, Paramedic, and Critical Care Paramedics.  Flexible hours.  For specific information you can contact David Danforth, BTEMS Interim Director via 802-477-1398 or EMS@barretown.org
All applicants for full or per-diem employment must complete and submit via email or snail mail the following:
  • Cover letter (description of you, your EMS experience and how you can best fill a job at BTEMS)
  • Complete Application
  • Professional Resume
  • Submit copies of current EMS license, Drivers license, Professional Rescuer CPR (or equivalent), and PALS/ACLS Cards
Mailing address:
Town of Barre
Department of EMS
P.O. Box 116
Websterville, VT 05678-0116

Police Officer, Full-Time
The Town of Barre, is the second largest town in central Vermont with a stable population of 7,923, is accepting applications for a full-time patrol officer, as well as per diem officers. Barre Town is a suburban to rural middle-class bedroom community that is very supportive of its police department, which has 8 full-time officers counting the chief. The department is well-equipped. Officers are equipped with a body camera and Taser. Officers typically work 4, 10-hour shifts per week. Shifts are changed every 2 months. Opportunities for professional development are provided. In-house training for core requirements is encouraged and officers are incentivized to obtain trainer certification. The department currently has FTO, firearms, K-9, Taser, and use of force instructors. Extra work opportunities include Thunder Road race events, school resource officer details, and grant-funded DUI and occupant protection details. The current labor contract provides for competitive wages, combined paid time-off, health, life, short-term disability, and dental insurance, and a defined benefit pension plan. Wages for full-time officers start at $26.19 per hour, eligible applicants with experience or who are currently certified with the Vermont Criminal Justice Council may be higher. Applicants must have earned a high school diploma and have a valid driver's license. No experience is necessary. The selected candidate must have the ability to meet all eligibility requirements for admission to the Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council academy. Selected candidates will undergo a thorough background investigation including a polygraph test. Certified officers, including out-of-state officers, are welcome to apply. Day, night, weekend, and holiday work is required as is some overtime. 

Officers currently not certified in Vermont will need to complete the certification process through the Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council. 

Barre Town Police Department Application can be found, here

Upon thorough completion of the Barre Town Police Department’s Application and Personal History Questionnaire packet, it must be brought to the Barre Town Police Department during our normal business hours. The packet may be notarized by any Barre Town Police Department personnel or another current Notary.

Police Officer, Per-Diem
The Town of Barre is accepting applications for per-diem police officers.  Per diem officers are used to perform special details, for patrol, and to fill in for full-time officers. Current part-time certified officers are preferred but applications from untrained personnel will be accepted.  Candidates must have a high school diploma, the ability to pass the VCJTC physical fitness test, and a valid driver's license.  Wages for per-diem officers are $23.00 per hour. Interested individuals may obtain an application at the Barre Town Police Department.  Applications will be accepted until the Police Department has an adequate number of active per-diem officers.

 Officers currently not certified in Vermont will need to complete the certification process through the Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council.

       Barre Town Police Department Application can be found, here

Upon thorough completion of the Barre Town Police Department’s Application and Personal History Questionnaire packet, it must be brought to the Barre Town Police Department during our normal business hours. The packet may be notarized by any Barre Town Police Department personnel or another current Notary.