Jobs at VCFA
VCFA prides itself on being the arts hub of central Vermont and one of the biggest and best employers in our remarkable city.
Vermont College of Fine Arts is searching for its next president. Find out more here!
This full-time position is part of the facilities department reporting to the Assistant Director of Facilities. Key responsibilities include plumbing and boiler maintenance (both corrective and preventative), answering emergency calls on a priority basis, providing utility services including cleaning up spills, cleaning equipment, shoveling snow and removing ice, and setting up classrooms and meeting rooms (as needed). Qualifications: HS diploma, GED, or comparable work experience in facilities, janitorial, or hospitality sectors required; ability to multi-task, team player, and extreme attention to detail are critical. To apply please contact Tanya Patterson at [email protected] or (802) 828-8528 or apply online.
A Top Employer in Vermont
Named one of the “Best Places To Work in Vermont” for the past six years, VCFA prides itself on being the arts hub of central Vermont and one of the biggest and best employers in this remarkable small city.
Montpelier truly offers the idyllic New England experience you always imagined. With an abundant weekly farmer’s market, many outstanding locally-sourced restaurants, and diverse downtown storefronts, Montpelier has emerged as one of the most livable and dynamic capital cities in the country. With a population of about 8,000, Montpelier is the smallest state capital in the country, but it is also among the most forward-thinking.
Here’s why we think you’ll love Montpelier as much as we do:
- The New York Times’ article, “36 Hours in Montpelier, VT.”
- Best Choice Reviews chose Montpelier as the #1 Small Town in America.
- Yankee Magazine’s article, “Montpelier, Vermont: Could You Live Here?”
More About Our Location
Central Vermont offers a wide range of activities and scenic beauty, making it a year-round recreational playground and a great place to raise a family.
- Montpelier Parks
- North Branch Nature Center
- Vermont Historical Society
- Vermont State House
- Kellogg-Hubbard Library
- Capital City Farmer’s Market
- Bragg Farm Sugar House
- Morse Farm Sugar Works
VCFA is a part of the Breastfeeding-Friendly Employer Project, which recognizes businesses that support working families as they transition from home to the workplace.
Statement of Diversity & Inclusion
VCFA is committed to building an inclusive community free of social bias and exclusion. At VCFA, diversity and inclusion are rooted in the organization’s core values and woven into the fabric of our culture. VCFA recognizes the value of diversity in persons and perspectives; values people and the differences that they bring to the organization; and creates an environment in which all staff members feel respected personally and professionally and have opportunities in which to thrive.
Just as the work done on campus benefits from differing viewpoints, perspectives, and experiences, VCFA recognizes inclusion and diversity as imperative for the success of its mission. As an equal opportunity employer, attracting, developing, and retaining the best employees gives VCFA access to new ideas, promotes better decision making, and creates a working environment that promotes mutual respect, cooperation, acceptance, and productivity among people from varying backgrounds.
HR & Accounts Payable Manager