Website Vermont Housing & Conservation Board
Join the staff of the Vermont Housing & Conservation Board, an innovative funding organization supporting affordable housing for Vermonters, community development, land conservation, and historic preservation. We are hiring for multiple full-time positions based in our Montpelier office.
Visit our website to learn more and read job descriptions. To apply, submit your cover letter and résumé by email to [email protected]
VHCB is an Equal Opportunity Employer and candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Positions will remain open until filled.
Housing Analyst and Senior Housing Analyst
The VHCB housing team is seeking talented individuals to join us in helping Vermont deliver more affordable homes to solve the unprecedented housing crisis. As a funder, VHCB works closely with affordable housing developers, owners and service providers to ensure that housing developments are feasible and viable for the long term. We are a collaborative and diligent group of people who believe in VHCB’s mission to assist in creating more affordable housing for Vermonters. If you have experience and passion for affordable housing, this position could be right for you. We are advertising for both the Housing Analyst role and for the role of Senior Housing Analyst.
Working with management and program staff throughout VHCB, oversee financial operations and supervise the Finance Team. Ensure compliance with the administration of various funding sources and lead the budget and audit processes. Work with the CFO to design internal controls and with the Human Resources Director to delegate roles for payroll processing, reporting, and benefits management. Read the job description for details and required qualifications.
Clean Water Program Manager
Are you knowledgeable and passionate about clean water, agriculture and land conservation? Do you have strong technical, organizational, and communication skills? Join our team, managing VHCB’s role as Clean Water Service Provider in the Memphremagog Basin, overseeing non-regulatory water quality projects. Working with state and local partners, help achieve Vermont’s clean water goals using various strategies including conservation easements, land acquisition, wetlands restoration, and best management practices.
VHCB is seeking a highly skilled accounting professional for the role of Controller to work in a fast paced, interesting, and supportive environment. Manage the preparation of monthly financial statements, ensure accurate accounting and reporting of federal and state grants management, and support the management of VHCB’s loan portfolio, budget, and audit process. Applicants will have experience creating multi-fund financial statements and managing a complex general ledger as well as a working knowledge of governmental and/or fund accounting and GAAP, familiarity with federal grants management and federal administrative regulations.
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