Title: Executive Director, Vermont State Ethics Commission
Montpelier, VT, US
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The Vermont State Ethics Commission seeks an Executive Director. This position will be open in October 2021. The Ethics Commission was formed in 2018 as an independent commission charged with tracking ethics complaints, providing ethics training, issuing ethics guidance and advisory opinions. The Executive Director is a 0.5 part-time exempt position with full state benefits. The Executive Director is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the Commission.
By statute, the Executive Director maintains the records of the Commission, provides administrative support to the Commission, and maintains the confidences required by Chapter 31 of Title 3 of the Vermont Statutes. The Executive Director is the eyes and ears of the Commission. Other duties include: receiving complaints of ethics law violations, processing them, and referring them when required by statute to other state entities, preparing confidential ethics advice for state public servants, drafting legislation (e.g., Code of Ethics), representing the Commission before the Legislature and other state government entities, setting Commission agendas and keeping minutes of Commission meetings. When requested, the Executive Director is responsible for issuing ethics guidance to SOV employees. The ED provides ethics training to state public servants.
Applicants must possess an active State of Vermont law license.