Killington seeks rec directorNovember 12,2013KILLINGTON ó The town is looking for a new recreation director.
After two and a half years, Lyndsay Gang has left her post at the Parks and Recreation Department for a position at Killington Resort. During her time, Gang started a number of new programs, such as this summerís chili cook-off.
The year-round position is part time for most of the year and full time during the summer. Interested candidates must have bachelorís degree in recreation, leisure services, park administration or a closely related field. A minimum of three years of executive experience in parks and recreation or a related field is desirable.
Interested candidates can send an email to Town Manager Seth Webb at email@example.com.MORE IN This Just InBAGHDAD ó Attacks across Iraq, including a series of bombings targeting shoppers in a Sunni... Full Story
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