Franklin/Grand Isle Community Action

Maintenance Staff
Franklin / Grand Isle Community Action

Franklin / Grand Isle Community Action provides a wide range of important services to the low-income residents of Vermont's Champlain Valley. These include housing assistance, emergency fuel and utility assistance, emergency food shelves, transportation assistance, food stamp outreach, and other locally based services.  We’re looking for a Maintenance colleague who will be responsible for cleaning public areas inside the Franklin Grand Isle Community Action office as well as performing general building maintenance.  Please view our job description:  Maintenance Staff

Successful applicants will have a high school diploma or equivalent ; the ability to perform basic cleaning maintenance; excellent verbal and written communication skills, bi-lingual abilities a plus; the ability to communicate and work effectively with agency staff; and the ability to uphold established health and safety procedures.

We are seeking individuals interested in working on a part-time 6 hours/week basis – 2 hours/day for 3 days/week.  The pay scale for this part-time position is $18.87 - $19.69 /hour. Please submit your resume and cover letter to:   No phone calls, please.


Community Services Worker / Food Resources Coordinator

 Franklin Grand Isle Community Action – St. Albans


Franklin Grand Isle Community Action, a program of the Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity, Inc., has an opening for a Community Services Worker / Food Resources Coordinator.  The Food Resources Coordinator is responsible for the successful overall functioning of Northwest Family Foods (NWFF) the food security program for Franklin and Grand Isle Community Action. The Coordinator will take a leadership position in addressing issues related to food insecurity in the counties, partnering with local agencies, individuals, and entities to develop resources and coordinate activities directed to promoting food security.

Successful applicants will have a Bachelor's degree in human services or other appropriate discipline, plus 1-2 years related experience or a combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills are acquired; demonstrated ability to assume a leadership role in areas related to food security. excellent verbal and written communication skills, bilingual abilities are a plus; proficiency in Microsoft Word, e-mail and internet; exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail; and must demonstrate physical ability to carry out required tasks.  A commitment to social justice and to working with families with limited financial resources is necessary. 

We offer competitive pay and a great benefit package!  Please send a cover letter, and resume by email to:    To learn more about this position, please view our job description:  Food Resources Coordinator





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