The following employment and volunteer opportunities are available:
Position: Our small, but complex, service-oriented nonprofit organization is seeking a Director of Human Resources to manage and lead the Agency’s HR function in support of fulfilling the Agency mission. The DHR reports to and works closely on a daily basis with the Executive Director and has a key role in developing and implementing organizational policies, practices and strategies. As a member of the management team, the DHR participates in all aspects of Agency management, and is accountable for the full scope of the HR function, including managing and leading recruitment, hiring and all aspects of the employment cycle; benefits and compensation planning, administration, and compliance (including payroll processing and management); policy development and implementation; oversight and administration of employee leaves; ensuring compliance of employment practices and policies; reporting; and advising leadership on all HR-related issues.
Qualifications and Requirements: The DHR will be equally adept at performing and managing daily HR tasks, and providing leadership and guidance on organizational strategies, growth and change. Success in this role will require strong analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as proficiency and experience in project management, interpersonal and group communications, and business writing. A graduate degree or a bachelor’s degree with significant, progressive experience in Human Resources management, preferably in the non-profit sector, is required. Experience and familiarity with ADP Workforce Now or similar HRIS and payroll systems is strongly preferred.
Compensation and Schedule: This is a full-time, exempt position offering competitive pay and benefits, including health, dental and vision insurances; a 403(b) retirement plan; an Employee Assistance Program; and paid time off (vacation, sick and holiday pay).
This position will be based in the Lyndonville RCT office and most work will be performed on-site during regular business hours, Monday – Friday; work outside of regular business hours will occasionally be required.
To Apply: Please email your application materials (resume and cover letter) to email@example.com or mail via USPS to RCT Human Resources, 1677 Industrial Parkway, Lyndonville, VT 05851.
Van/Bus Drivers provide transportation to passengers with a variety of service needs, as well as fixed-route service to the general public. Full-time van/bus driver positions are currently available, with late-morning to late afternoon/early evening schedules, Monday – Friday; all drivers are required to work occasional weekend hours, on a rotating basis.
Previous commercial driving experience is preferred. CDL is not required; however, this is a preferred qualification and RCT will provide training and support to assist employees in obtaining a CDL with passenger endorsement. Pre-employment and periodic background checks and drug screening are required.
Wages start at $14/hour for non-CDL drivers and $15/hour for drivers with a CDL and passenger endorsement. Full-time compensation also includes paid time off and insurance benefits.
Are you interested in joining the RCT team as a Van/Bus Driver and helping to connect people to critical community resources and services? Please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail via USPS to RCT Human Resources, 1677 Industrial Parkway, Lyndonville, VT 05851.
Volunteer drivers provide a vital connection to individuals in their community by giving a ride to medical, social services, or other daily needs. If you have access to a reliable vehicle, enjoy driving and meeting people, become a volunteer driver! Drivers are offered reimbursement at the standard IRS mileage rate for each trip. It’s a great way to feel good, giving back to your community.
When you become a volunteer driver for RCT, you provide cost effective transportation to community members in need of a ride.
As a volunteer driver, you decide how often you can offer transportation. Most trips are centered on medical needs, providing access to appointments like dialysis, radiation treatment, physical therapy and more. You may also provide access to other appointments, rides to senior centers, affordable food locations, counseling, prevention treatment, or various human services programs.
While most appointments are local, others can be as far as Dartmouth or Boston. You can determine the range of transportation service you are able to provide.
Please call RCT at (802) 748-8170 or email for more information.
Rural Community Transportation, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, HIV-positive status, ancestry, place of birth, citizenship status, veteran/military status, crime victim status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all of RCT’s terms and conditions of employment.