Mobile Home

Mobile Home Program Resident Organizer


The Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity’s Mobile Home Program is seeking an experienced, energetic, and committed individual with a high degree of initiative to join our team.


We are looking for a motivated, problem-solver to provide education and outreach to residents of Vermont’s mobile home parks. Our ideal candidate will have the ability to work closely with our clients and community demonstrating strong communication and facilitation skills as well as to learn and maintain a working knowledge of related statutes and regulations. Job responsibilities include: providing direct service to residents including individual advocacy, identifying resources and solutions to improve or maintain housing conditions; conducting emergency preparedness outreach, facilitating community meetings, data entry, provide training and technical support for resident groups and resident-owned cooperatives and assisting the program director with managing multiple projects as needed. Please view our job description: Resident Organizer


Successful applicants will have a Bachelor’s degree in appropriate discipline or a combination of education and experience that provides equivalent skills and abilities. Relevant experience in one or more of the following areas: housing counseling, low-income advocacy, code enforcement, emergency planning, community organizing and education, or cooperative development is desired. Excellent verbal and written communication skills - bilingual abilities a plus; a good driving record and access to a private vehicle is necessary.


This is a 20 hour / week position with excellent benefits.  To learn more about this position, please visit   To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to:   Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until suitable candidates are found.



CVOEO addresses fundamental issues of economic, social, and racial justice and works with people to achieve economic independence.


Serving more than 10,000 households annually,
impacting the lives of over 23,000 individuals