Help Wanted! Director, Information Technology

Vermont League of Cities and Towns
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Location: Washington County,
About the Job

The Vermont League of Cities and Towns, a non-profit, non-partisan membership organization that exists to serve and strengthen local government, seeks a creative innovator with a passion for technology to serve as our next Director of Information Technology. The ideal candidate will enjoy developing and maintaining our information technology programs, functions, and equipment while leading a small staff. We seek someone who has a big-picture vision for how to use and deploy new technology to serve our cities, towns, and villages. VLCT has an $8 million budget, and administers nearly $30 million in non-profit insurance and risk management trust funds. VLCT is especially interested in information technology professionals who have worked in municipal government or in the insurance industry.

Some of the projects you’ll immediately start working on include helping us fully transition to SharePoint, evaluating our incumbent managed service provider, helping implement a new risk services information system, and continually improving our association management system.

The ideal candidate will have a degree in computer science, information systems or comparable area, four years’ experience working in an information technology department with 20 or more users, and at least two years effectively leading an information technology department.

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Employer's Approach to Diversity, Equity, & Belonging

VLCT has an active Equity Committee that works with our municipal members to foster and encourage this work. This work is both internally facing for our organization and externally facing with our Vermont cities, towns and villages.

Wage or Salary
110,000 - 130,000 commensurate with experience