Woodstock Area Job Bank

Welcome to the Woodstock Area Job Bank—serving the community of Woodstock, Vermont USA and surrounding areas. We are here to connect individuals and businesses with members of our community who are seeking work and volunteer opportunities. If you are looking for work, or are seeking workers, then we encourage you to explore the opportunities available to you in your own community. Our services are free to all and we are eager to connect members of the Woodstock area who are ready to…get the job done! We welcome job-seekers and volunteers of all skill levels, backgrounds and abilities. Likewise, we welcome employers of any kind—there is no job too small!

 

Woodstock Area Job Bank Pilots Virtual Networking Group 

In addition to the devastating health impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, the virus has taken a big toll on our national and local economy. Many are looking for work, and competition for available jobs is fierce.

A job search can be lonely and overwhelming. The good news is that there are many strategies and resources you can use to manage your search and land a great opportunity.  

It’s also important for to know that you aren’t in it alone.  Meeting (virtually) with fellow job seekers to set goals, develop networking strategies, share leads, get peer feedback, practice elevator pitches, and stay on track and accountable can be very helpful.

The Woodstock Area Job Bank is piloting a small virtual Zoom networking group beginning November 16.

Here are the details:

Who:  Initial pilot is designed for Woodstock Area recent grads/early career professionals looking to launch their careers.  We’ve had a number of recent requests for support from this audience.

What: Each meeting is a working session.  Participants will set weekly goals, practice and strategize as well as give and receive constructive feedback.

When:  Kick start your week on Monday mornings from 8:00 to 9:30 am in March (March 8,15,22,29) 16,

Where: Zoom

Participant Limit:  Up to 7 participants (so everyone gets “airtime”).

Commitment:  Participants  must commit to the full month of meetings.  Being a reliable team member benefits you and the team. 

How to apply:  Send an email to info@woodstockjobbank.org with your resume and a short note about why you think this program will be helpful to you.

About the facilitator

Mark Scully has 30+ years of human resources experience, most recently as a head of human resources for Aspen Technology, a global software firm based in the Boston area.  He’s now the owner of the Vermont Eclectic Company in Woodstock Village. Check out his LinkedIn Profile for more information.

 


Available Bit Time Workers

“A bit of time, a bit of work, a bit of money.”

Michael (Building trades, Light brush, Outdoor, Cleaning, Lifting)
802-457-1192 (Not a cell #)

Robert (Outdoor, Light manual, Driver)
802-436-3491 (Not a cell #)

Morgan (Outdoor, Gardening)
802-281-8699

Silas (Outdoor, Moving, Labor)
802-356-2664

Kim (Outdoor, Lifting, Winter, Cleaning, Respite, Driving, Retail)
802-299-0319

Vincent (Outdoor, Winter, Lifting, Cleaning)
443-615-0176

Beth (Animal, IT, Driving)
603-448-1170

Melissa (Outdoor, Gardening, Driving, Animal)
603-369-8875

Curt (Outdoor, Lifting, Cleaning)
802-457-9297 (Not a cell #)

Micheal (Outdoor, Lifting, Cleaning)
802-672-3288