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Howard Center
Location: Chittenden County,

Provide oversight to crisis stabilization programs at the agency, including 24/7 hospital diversion, social detox, and public inebriate program. Responsibilities include assistance with program oversight, licensing compliance, ensuring all staff have regular, high-quality supervision and training; and program operations or policy development to support the needs of clients, staff, and programs in our system of care.



  • Operational administrative functions and program policy development
  • Contract, licensing/compliance oversight
  • Budget and Outcomes oversight
  • Staff recruitment, hiring, training, and performance management
  • Provide administrative and clinical supervision
  • Provides community-based trainings and maintains partnership liaison relations
  • Ensures adequate staffing coverage and participates in after-hours on-call and supervisory coverage
  • Attends agency and community forums and committees




  • Master’s degree in a related field
  • VT Clinical License or License Eligible and on the Roster of Non-Licensed, Non-Certified Psychotherapists (See Licensing Requirement Notice Below)
  •  5 years combination of direct service, supervisory and management experience in related combination of mental health and/or substance use services field
  • Valid driver’s license, acceptable driving record, and use of a personal vehicle


Effective January 1, 2016, Vermont regulation mandates that individuals who are on the Roster of Non-licensed Noncertified Psychotherapists, through the Office of Professional Regulation, must be actively working towards professional licensure and be fully licensed within 5 years of Roster date of issue. This rule does not apply to First Call for Chittenden County.



  • Full Time
  • Exempt
  • Salary starting at $72,238
  • We offer a competitive salary commensurate to experience



  • Generous time off starting at 36 days of combined time off per year for full-time employees (and increasing with years of service); pro-rated for positions 16 hours or more
  • Comprehensive BCBS Medical with 80% agency-paid premium support for individuals, couples, and families (pro-rated for part time). This Point of Service Plan features no deductible.
  • Two Dental options through Delta Dental
  • Vision Insurance
  • Employer 401(k) contributions
  • Employer Paid Life, AD&D, Short Term and Long Term insurance
  • Medical & Childcare Flexible Spending Account
  • Childcare Stipend
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Employee referral program with financial payment
  • Discounted online undergraduate/graduate courses through Champlain College truED
  • Award-winning workplace wellness program including physical fitness groups for staff, financial wellness incentives, and ongoing workplace wellness advocacy and education
  • Voluntary benefits from local/international businesses: discounted gym memberships, mobile phone service, ski/snowboard passes, auto/home insurance, and more!
  • Employee referral and sign on bonus is subject to Howard Center policy.

Our Values: Clients are at the heart of our decision making. We are committed to individual and collective well-being and success. We are responsible stewards of the resources entrusted to us. We are steadfast in our practice and pursuit of excellence. 

Howard Center is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The agency’s culture and service delivery is strengthened by the diversity of its workforce.  Minorities, people of color, LGBTQIA and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  EOE/TTY. Visit “About Us” to review Howard Center’s EOE policy.

Howard Center
Location: Chittenden County,

Coordinate and assist with managing the recruitment/hiring process for the Integrated Recruitment team. This is a fast-paced position given the high volume of vacancies that we are recruiting for.  This position will be involved in new and current media initiatives, social media, events and sourcing of candidates.



  • Support Howard Center’s hiring experience
  • Coordinate recruiting events
  • Manage advertising efforts in collaboration with agency’s Communication & Development Department
  • Assist with new employee/intern onboarding
  • Assist with Human Resources trainings as needed
  • Provide ATS/HRIS support to Departments



  • One year of experience within a recruitment department
  • Experience with Microsoft Office products


  • Full time
  • Non-exempt
  • Annual salary starting at $47,643 (24.43/hr)
  • We offer a competitive salary commensurate to experience


  • Generous time off starting at 36 days of combined time off per year for full-time employees (and increasing with years of service); pro-rated for positions 16 hours or more
  • Comprehensive BCBS Medical with 80% agency-paid premium support for individuals, couples, and families (pro-rated for part time). This Point of Service Plan features no deductible.
  • Two Dental options through Delta Dental
  • Vision Insurance
  • Employer 401(k) contributions
  • Employer Paid Life, AD&D, Short Term and Long-Term insurance
  • Medical & Childcare Flexible Spending Account
  • Childcare Stipend
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Employee referral program with financial payment
  • Discounted online undergraduate/graduate courses through Champlain College truED
  • Award-winning workplace wellness program including physical fitness groups for staff, financial wellness incentives, and ongoing workplace wellness advocacy and education
  • Voluntary benefits from local/international businesses: discounted gym memberships, mobile phone service, ski/snowboard passes, auto/home insurance, and more!
  • Employee referral and sign on bonus is subject to Howard Center policy, for both internal and external applicants.

Our Values: Clients are at the heart of our decision making. We are committed to individual and collective well-being and success. We are responsible stewards of the resources entrusted to us. We are steadfast in our practice and pursuit of excellence. 

Howard Center is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The agency’s culture and service delivery is strengthened by the diversity of its workforce.  Minorities, people of color and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  EOE/TTY. Visit “About Us” to review Howard Center’s EOE policy.

City of Burlington/Community Justice Center
Location: Chittenden County,

This position coordinates the Burlington Community Justice Center’s Reentry Programming, including the Circles of Support & Accountability program and Resource Navigation as a priority. When caseload level allows, it also includes assisting in the coordination of the adult restorative pre-charge and reparative restorative processes, working with both responsible and impacted parties. If you are great at working with all kinds of people, have experience in program coordination, ideally with a focus on restorative justice, a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, have strong communication skills and boundaries, find out more and apply here.

University of Vermont
Location: Chittenden County,

Dean’s Office Coordinator – #00026126 – The Rubenstein School at the University of Vermont is seeking a focused, motivated, and team-oriented individual to support Dean’s Office Operations.  This position will serve as the primary operational coordinator for the day-to-day needs of the School, including Administrative support for School Leadership, circulating forms for approval, maintaining internal directories and file archives, initiating work orders, and serving as project manager for special office moves and organizing long-term space use. This position reports directly to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and works to ensure that members of the Rubenstein School receive the support they need.  Excellent customer service and time management skills required. The University is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the institution; applicants are required to include in their cover letter information about how they will further this goal.

For further information on this position and others currently available or to apply online, please visit  Applicants must apply for positions electronically.  Paper resumes are not accepted.  Open positions are updated daily. Please call 802-656-3150 or email for technical support with the online application.

The University of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op
Location: Addison County,
This essential position will support our Floor Manager in all aspects of facilities, safety, and security. We are seeking applicants with experience taking the lead with all building and maintenance responsibilities, refrigeration, POS system, outbuildings at a fast paced community business in the evenings and on weekends. This includes handling shoplifters and disorderly customers and assuring compliance with health code and sanitation requirements.
This also includes supporting a positive customer experience while supporting staff in the absence of managers. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are required.
Pay is based on experience. Starting pay is $19.25 per hour or higher. Generous benefits package includes medical insurance, optional dental and vision, staff discount, employee assistance program, retirement plan, and more.
Seeking evening and weekend availability, this could be a 24 or 32 hour position and it comes with a generous benefits package. This job includes a set weekly schedule, shifts will include Sundays & Mondays 11:30-7:30 pm, other shifts TBD.
Benefits include group health insurance (30+ hours/week), dental and vision, 3+ weeks paid time off, 20% staff discount, 401k, flexible spending accounts, life insurance (30+ hours/week), parental leave, employee assistance program, and more
Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op
Location: Addison County,

Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op has been committed to our values of sustainable business practice, growing the local foods movement and supporting our community for over 45 years. Our ideal candidate will also be committed to these goals and help us achieve them. Last year we contributed over $117,000 in donations to our local food shelves, non-profits, and discounts to low-income shoppers. We also reached 34% of sales from local Vermont products from over 400 Vermont Producers, that’s a record 7.2 million dollars. We are thrilled to contribute to our local economy.

The Human Resources Manager reports to the General Manager and works closely with the management team to support our amazing staff in an ever-changing economy. Our leadership expectations include a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, while valuing integrity, flexibility and superior interpersonal skills.

As Manager of our HR Department, you are instrumental to our entire organization. You are passionate about people and the go-to person for employee-related issues. We see the job of the HR Manager as vital to business success. In this role, your duties will involve overseeing recruitment, performance management, employee relations, compensation and benefits, training and development, and talent management. You will also consult with the General Manager on strategic decisions affecting all levels of management to create an engaged workplace culture.

You are in this role because you are looking for a challenge with dedicated staff. You are passionate about going above and beyond to offer stellar customer service and creatively embrace change.

To lead our HR Department, we want you to have:

  • Excellent listening, communication, and organizational skills
  • Strong leadership and organizational development skills
  • 5 years of HR leadership experience across HR disciplines including recruitment, hiring, performance management, employee relations, DE&I, and compensation and benefits
  • HR leadership experience in an organization with more than 100 employees
  • Experience in retail or similar high pace environment
  • Degree in Human Resources Management or related discipline, PHR, SPHR a plus
  • Working knowledge of HRIS (paylocity)

Our benefits package includes group health insurance, optional vision and dental insurance, flexible spending account, 3+ weeks of paid time off, paid holidays, profit sharing bonus, 401k, life insurance, paid parental leave, co-op membership, employment assistance program, and more.

Starting salary is $70,000 – 80,000 depending on experience.

To learn more about our amazing community, you may want to explore this link:

If you would love to work in a unique organization with devoted staff, learn more and apply on our website Please attach a resume and letter of interest.

Outright Vermont
Location: Chittenden County, Remote,

Title: Donor Relations Manager
Supervised by: Director of Development (DoD)

Job Summary
The Donor Relations Manager connects with the people and resources that will help Outright sustain our mission of building a Vermont where all LGBTQ+ youth have hope, equity, and power.

Along with our DoD and Executive Director (ED), this position is responsible for implementing an expanded program for donor engagement, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. Through personalized communication and deepened relationships with current and prospective donors (individuals, corporations, and foundations), this
role will broaden Outright’s base of support.

This position is situated within our Essential Alchemy (EA) team, which holds the vital behind-the-scenes work that fuels our impact.

Key Function: Individual Donor Relationship Management (60% time)

  • Manage a portfolio of 50-75 donors with mid- to high-level giving capacity ($2,500+), cultivating strong relationships and growing giving through multiple touchpoints of engagement.
  • Build the prospect pipeline for this position, as well as for other staff portfolios, through research, cold calls, meetings, cultivation events, and other standard prospecting techniques.
  • Create solicitation and stewardship materials to support the work of the EA team, including cases for support, proposals, and donor reports.
  • Support individuals fundraising for Outright’s peer-to-peer events (such as The Fire Truck Pull) to allow them to meet and surpass their personal goals.
  • Organize periodic small gatherings in our space to steward and cultivate mid-and high-level donors.

Key Function: Foundation Relationships (15% time)

  • Manage a small portfolio (under 20) of foundation partners, building
    relationships where warranted/invited, and writing letters of inquiry, proposals, and reports in compliance with foundation requirements.

Key Function: Corporate Relationships (15% time)

  • Manage a small portfolio (under 20) of corporate partners, building financial support, and also collaborating with the Administrative Coordinator to understand and assist in fulfilling organizational priorities around volunteer and in-kind donation needs via those corporate partners.

Key Function: Internal Collaboration (10% time)

  • Actively engage in the work of Outright, including: all-staff meetings and retreats; special projects (typically 1-2 per year; 2023 projects are Strategic Planning and Reimaging Program Evaluation); cross-functional program planning; and as a representative of the EA team at ‘all-in” events (typically 1-2 per year).

Support the organization in other matters as identified and assigned.

Ideal Skills and Attributes
This is an opportunity to work within a growing and dynamic team to ensure LGBTQ+ youth across Vermont have what they need to survive and thrive! A social justice, community-centric lens is a must, as is a demonstrable commitment to Outright Vermont’s mission, vision, and values.

Qualified individuals will have 3 or more years of fundraising experience. This should include donor relationship management, and will also ideally include donor prospecting, proposal writing, donor collateral creation, and event planning.

This position requires a person who has the ability to connect to a wide range of donors, work effectively with a variety of communication styles, and who can balance donor relationships with a youth-centered approach to everything we do.

The person in this role will be self-motivated, with the ability to work independently as well as part of a team, instilling confidence and trust among fellow staff and external constituents. They will be able to prioritize and manage multiple projects and relationships simultaneously, seeing efforts to completion on deadline and with quality. This work can take time to develop results; the mindset to know you are working towards a future goal is important. Strong written and presentation skills, and adept use of Google Suite and Microsoft Office are a must, as is a growth and learning
mindset. Donor database experience is an added bonus.

This position requires reliable transportation and will involve travel throughout Vermont at all times of the year. Some evening and weekend hours may be required, especially around key events.

Compensation and Benefits
Salary range: $56,000-$61,000. This is a full time, 35-hour per week position, with hybrid in-person and remote work possible. We offer a comprehensive benefit package, including:

  • Fully paid health insurance; employee-contributed dental insurance; life insurance
  • 403(b) retirement plan with 2% salary match
  • Cell phone stipend
  • 10 vacation days in year one
  • 10 days paid Gaycation when our offices fully close each summer
  • 13 paid holigays; 3 personal days; 9 sick days
  • And other opportunities such as professional development funds each year (we plan to attend the AFP conference in 2024!), tuition reimbursement, 2x year staff retreats, family leave, and sabbatical!

Application Procedure and Hiring Process
Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Please include the job title and your full name in the email subject.

Your cover letter should address why Outright, why this role in particular, and how you feel your skills and experiences align with the skills and attributes described above. We encourage you to allow your personal writing style to come through.

Hiring Process

  • Applications will be accepted through Sunday, June 18, 2023.
  • First Round Interviews will take place Friday 6/23, Monday 6/26, and Tuesday, 6/27
  • Second Round Interviews for candidates who advance will take place Wednesday, 7/5
  • Final Candidate Interviews will be held Monday, 7/10 and Tuesday, 7/11. We will request references at that time.
  • Reference Checks and an offer to a successful candidate will occur Thursday, 7/13 – Friday, 7/14.
  • Preferred start date will be between Wednesday, 8/9 – Monday, 8/14, so that you can join us at our Annual Summer Staff Retreat which begins on Tuesday, 8/15.

Interviews will be conducted in person at our Burlington office as possible, and by Zoom as warranted. Please do not let a conflict with this schedule prevent you from applying, but do let us know in your email where you’d have a conflict (and possible alternatives, if you have a sense of them). Thank you!!!

All applicants will receive a confirmation email.

Outright Vermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We recognize the critical importance of being an organization of diverse identities. Queer and trans people of color and trans feminine folks are strongly encouraged to apply. We have listed our ideal skills and attributes – and we know not everyone will 100% check all those boxes. We don’t like boxes anyway! And research shows the folks most likely to select out of applying are those most impacted by inequity. We encourage you to apply if you feel you’d be an asset to the team. Heck yeah!

More details about Outright available via our website:

Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS)
Location: Chittenden County,

If you’re looking for an opportunity to do meaningful work in your community, join the passionate, community minded team at the Committee on Temporary Shelter!  For 40 years COTS has been working in Chittenden County to creatively find solutions to end homelessness; we aren’t afraid to try new things.  We are looking for team members with a passion for doing good and creative thinking.  COTS offers a competitive benefits package including access to healthcare, retirement savings, and robust time off, as well as benefits focused on supporting human services professionals with mental and emotional wellbeing.

COTS strives to create a supportive, collaborative and fun work environment…consider joining us on our mission to end homelessness!

The Outreach Program Coordinator is a critical front line management role overseeing our Housing Outreach Navigators.  They work with the Emergency Shelter & Outreach Director and other community stakeholders to support those community members staying in the motels through emergency and general assistance programs, as well as those community members who are seeking housing navigation services at the Daystation, our daytime drop-in center.  This position is funded through a state grant; current funding for this position is secured through June 2025.

This is a working manager role, meaning the Outreach Program Coordinator may be responsible for supporting clients directly depending on the team and client needs.

The primary responsibilities of the Outreach Program Coordinator include but are not limited to:

  • Directly supervise a team of Housing Outreach Navigators.  This includes providing necessary documentation and training on role expectations, facilitating referrals for clients, problem solving and crisis management, facilitate the distribution of harm reduction and basic needs essentials to clients, manage housing navigation referrals for new clients.
  • Oversight and responsibility for program data and reporting.  This includes ensuring timely entry of client data into the statewide Coordinated Entry (CE) system and COTS HMIS system as applicable; managing the program budget and providing updates as requested; completing required grant reporting for program funding.
  • Build and maintain positive working relationships with motel/hotel owners and staff, COTS Daystation team members, coordinated care team members, ESD, state funding partners, and other community agencies who partner with COTS to provide robust support services to our clients.  This includes maintaining an up-to-date knowledge of state and local resources, eligibility requirements, and other benefits which may impact clients and team members.
  • Participate in the COTS Safety Committee and consistently review and identify steps to mitigate safety concerns as well as ensure compliance with all policies and procedures applicable to the Outreach Program.

Experience, Skill & Education Requirements:

  • A high school degree or equivalent with a minimum of three (3) years of experience in a human services role required; prior experience in housing services and program management are strongly preferred.
  • Minimum of one (1) year of leadership/supervisory experience is required.
  • Demonstrated ability to handle conflict and crisis management required.
  • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain working relationships with internal and external partners.
  • Intermediate computer skills required, including ability to use database systems and Microsoft Office programs.
  • Undergraduate degree in Social Work, Public Health, Criminal Justice, Public Policy, or other related field preferred.
  • Prior experience with individuals experiencing homelessness and crisis intervention, as well as knowledge of resources and services for individuals and families is a plus.  Prior experience working with substance abuse, mental illness and individuals with trauma histories strongly preferred.


All positions at COTS require a commitment to our mission: Advocating for long-term solutions to end homelessness and provide emergency shelter, services, and long-term housing for Vermonters who are experiencing homelessness or are marginally housed.

This is a full time position with benefits; salary range starts at $55,000.  To apply, submit a cover letter explaining why this position is of interest to you and your resume to

COTS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. We embrace diversity and encourage all to apply.

Location: Rutland County,

Primary Purpose

The HR Specialist – Talent Acquisition researches, develops, and implements effective recruiting strategies designed to attract a diverse pool of qualified and capable talent to VELCO. The Specialist actively recruits candidates through various methods including social and professional media sites, job boards, career fairs, applicant tracking database, college and university relations, etc. The Specialist seeks to ensure that VELCO’s job vacancies are filled in a fair, unbiased, timely and efficient manner and that new employees are successfully on-boarded.

How you will make an impact

Coordinate the full recruiting lifecycle across a variety of open roles helping management find and hire quality talent by utilizing multiple recruiting sources and innovative recruiting strategies:

  • Effectively leverage job boards to search for and attract active and passive job seekers.
  • Devise and implement broad sourcing strategies.
  • Actively seek opportunities to expand potential applicant pool, taking special care to ensure diversity.

Work closely with hiring managers throughout the recruitment process:

  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of the hiring needs for each vacancy,
  • Provide support through the recruitment approval process.
  • Design and implement recruiting strategies customized to each vacancy.
  • Pre-screen resumes and conduct preliminary interviews.
  • Schedule interviews with applicants and teams.
  • Check references.
  • Ensure recruiting process is conducted in compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, and company policies.

Manage the applicant experience:

  • Manage candidates throughout interview process.
  • Strive to ensure a positive, high-touch candidate experience.

Coordinate the offer and on-boarding processes:

  • Collaborate with the hiring manager and Sr. Director – HR during the offer process.
  • Make job offers, including drafting offer letters.
  • Initiate the pre-onboarding process (background checks, physicals, etc.)
  • Partner with other HR staff in ensuring the on-boarding process is effective, smooth and efficient.

Maintain records:

  • Manage the applicant tracking database of candidate records.
  • Follow up on interview process status and update records.
  • Maintain all records required by VELCO’s Affirmative Action Plan.
  • Maintain records of materials used for recruitment, including interview notes and related paperwork.
  • Create, maintain and regularly report on recruitment metrics.

Actively participate in VELCO’s Belonging (DEI) initiatives, including joining relevant committees and seeking and supporting innovative ways to support applicants and employees of all types.

Coordinate VELCO’s student internship program, in collaboration with HR colleagues.

Regularly support and back-up other HR positions and perform other duties as assigned.

This job posting does not list all responsibilities of this position. For the full job description, please contact Human Resources.

Education & Training

Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or Business or related field, or equivalent work experience. SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP preferred. SHRM’s Talent Acquisition Specialty Credential a plus.


Three plus years of recruitment and hiring experience, including diversity sourcing strategies, developing and executing recruiting marketing and branding strategies, reference checking, and developing pay offers within established compensation policies.


High level of competency with internet job boards, applicant tracking systems and HR databases and leveraging social media for recruiting. Experience in the continual development of talent pipelines and sourcing potential candidates. Strong knowledge of federal and state employment laws and best practices applicable to recruitment and hiring. Excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills. Strong MS Office skills.

Physical/Mental Demands

Must be able to effectively communicate verbally and in writing with a wide range of applicants and employees. Must be able to perform typical administrative functions which may involve long periods of keyboarding and periodically of scanning, filing, copying, etc. Must be able to maintain fast pace while completing complex work, in potentially emotional fraught situations, with competing priorities, within tight timelines and with frequent interruptions. Must be able to work additional hours as necessary to meet operational needs.

Important Considerations
• Starting pay will be determined at the time of offer based on the experience, education, and training of the successful candidate.
• Eligible applicants must be authorized to work in the United States.
• Any offer of employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a background screening, drug test and pre-employment physical. Documentation of a Covid-19 vaccination is required unless you qualify for an exemption.

VELCO’s commitment to our employees
VELCO offers a wide range of benefits including: Paid Time Off, Sick Leave, Paid Holidays, Medical, Dental & Vision, 401K, Short Term Incentive Bonus, Life Insurance and more.

VELCO is an Equal Employment Opportunity & Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran

Location: Chittenden County,

As a Retail Department Sales Manager, you are a key member of the retail store management team. You will be a critical manager in the store coaching, developing, and motivating sales teams to impact REI’s organizational goals. You will report to the Store Manager, manage a team of retail staff to deliver on business goals of sales, memberships, and service. You will spend most of your time as an energetic, visible manager, motivating, directing, and coaching hourly staff. Specific responsibilities include:

– Leverages tools, reports and insights to make appropriate business adaptations that result in increased sales and service
– Directs the execution of our core standards and overall visual direction to maximize sales
– Builds agile, service-focused teams to deliver on the evolving expectations of our customers
– Drives sales through all channels by maximizing selling behaviors. Capitalizes on all promotional events through successful event execution and staff excitement
– Delivers motivational experiences for our members and customers through effective execution of outdoor programs and outreach
– Aligns with company direction and communicates critical company strategies and changes to teams as needed
– Recognizes and rewards team members to deepen engagement and cultivate teamwork
– Provides dynamic and regular customer-focused feedback and engages in two-way dialogue
– Recruits and develops diverse managers from within and outside the organization.
– Ensure execution of all visual merchandising standards

We pride ourselves on living our values and we look to our store leadership teams to deliver on that promise. Ready for your next journey? Take a look at the skills we look for in our Sales Managers:

– Minimum of 3+ years of successful retail management experience
– Demonstrated dynamic managership skills with the ability to drive, motivate and develop future managers
– Proficiency in interpreting and using retail financial metrics to drive key performance indicators
– Demonstrated ability to set standards and hold team members accountable
– Effective communication skills
– Commitment to deliver an outstanding customer experience
– Demonstrated experience in Visual Merchandising

REI hires, trains, and promotes regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, veteran status, and other protected status as required by applicable law. We remain deeply committed to making the Co-op a place where everyone can feel safe and be themselves. Join us.

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