Housing Vermont is offering residents of housing affiliated with Housing Vermont an opportunity to apply for a scholarship via VSAC.
The ACCT properties which qualify are:
Bookkeeper (Vergennes, VT)
Immediate opening for full-time salaried Bookkeeper position in support of Addison County Community Trust's (ACCT's) mission of providing affordable housing. The Bookkeeper is responsible for maintaining financial records of ACCT’s growing portfolio of multifamily housing partnerships. Proven bookkeeping experience required; other desirable experience includes fund accounting, asset management, and federally assisted housing program compliance. Must have a strong sense of teamwork with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team; flexibility and good judgment; ambition to develop new skills and be highly organized. EEO. Respond with resume and cover letter by 2/20/17 to email@example.com.
ACCT recently conducted Resident Satisfaction Surveys at McKnight Lane in Waltham, KTP Park in Bristol, and North Pleasant Housing in Middlebury.
The results are in and they look great! Please contact our Community Engagement Coordinator, Melissa, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or the view the results.
Residents of Housing Vermont apartments, including many managed by ACCT, are eligible for an annual scholarship of up to $2,500. For a list of eligible housing sites, visit www.hvt.org/about-us/scholarships. For more information on the application process, visit www.vsac.org.
Eligible ACCT housing sites include Stone Hill, Middlebury South Village, Smith Housing, North Pleasant Housing (Peter Coe Village), Addison Housing, Vergennes Housing, Smallest City, Creekview, and Armory Lane.
Neighborworks of Western Vermont's HEAT Squad is providing Addison County residents with a home energy audit for a discounted price of $75, if scheduled between February 14th and 28th.
The HEAT squad's energy audits aim to help homeowners navigate the often confusing process of weatherization. Participants receive a comprehensive report suggesting what weatherization upgrades can most effectively improve the energy efficiency of your home. HEAT squad representatives can also help participants learn how to access up to $2,500 in rebates from Efficiency Vermont for energy efficiency upgrades, energy loans from Neighborworks of Western Vermont, and other home energy efficiency initiatives, including recommendations of contractors.
See the flyer below for more information!
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