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Chelsea Bardot Lewis


Do you want to improve lives while making your mark as part of a growing Benefit Corporation? We want to hear from you!

Working Fields is a mission-driven staffing agency that provides an innovative workforce solution to businesses and empowers people with barriers to employment.

Founded in Burlington, Vermont, we are expanding across the state and into other New England markets.

We seek team members that have a deep understanding of our mission and are committed to seeking opportunities for individuals with barriers to success.

We are a people-first organization that offers competitive salaries and benefits. We believe that our company is as strong as our team members.


Working Fields Account Managers are creative problem solvers who get excited about client collaboration and empathetic leaders who provide ongoing support to our associates. They are ambassadors for the Working Fields mission of improving the lives of individuals through employment opportunities.

The Central Vermont Account Manager will increase business and expand partnerships in Washington and Lamoille Counties. This is a full-time, salaried position responsible for managing the placement process from beginning to end. Work location will be South Burlington, with some work-from-home possible.

  • Recruit, evaluate, and hire associates for placement. Conduct surveys to determine the associate’s level of readiness for a specific job, considering skills and stability.
  • Provide a consistently high level of service to clients (employers) by identifying and filling open positions and supporting successful placements over the course of the contract period.
  • Build and maintain relationships with referring agencies and community partners in the region.
  • Interface between the client, associate, and coach over the course of the assignment to ensure that expectations are being met and exceeded for all parties.
  • Track workflow and maintain accurate records in the company’s applicant tracking and CRM system.

  • Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to organize and plan daily and weekly tasks including prioritizing several competing tasks.
  • Ability to build a trusting relationship with Associates through motivational interviewing techniques and strong listening skills.
  • An affinity towards working in the substance use addiction prevention, treatment, or recovery fields and a belief that individuals in recovery deserve a second chance.

  • 3-5 years of experience in Account Management or related field.
  • General computer literacy in Microsoft Office and CRM applications.
  • Bachelor’s degree in social sciences field preferred.
  • Ability to be occasionally available outside of normal working hours (8:30-5:00) to participate in events and support associates and clients.
  • Have personal cell phone where Company’s RingCentral App can be installed and used.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to



Chittenden County
Working Fields is seeking Recovery Coaches for part-time recovery coaching assignments in Chittenden and Franklin Counties. Please apply to

Working Fields uses a recovery coaching model to provide support to our associates. For associates not in recovery, the recovery coach functions as a life coach using the same approach. So, what is it?

  • Recovery coaching is one of the support systems an individual can use to help navigate the days of early recovery or other life challenges.  A recovery coach's primary purpose is to create a supportive environment around an individual’s personal recovery or life plan. 
  • Coaches help develop a personal plan by using motivational interviewing skills and conducting an assessment of various domains of a person’s recovery. These domains include physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing along with basic life issues such as housing, employment, financial, transportation, food and staples, health insurance, and any other area that may be a concern to a person’s recovery. 
  • A coach does not counsel or direct but rather provides support and helps the person stay accountable to their plan.  A coach also helps refer or connect individuals to resources in the community that will be helpful to address specific needs. 

In the end, a recovery coach provides a level of support that gives an individual a better chance of success in early recovery and overcoming life challenges.