Jobs & Volunteer


The Town of Sherman, CT has the following openings for positions on town commissions, or positions for employment within the town. Interested parties can download detailed descriptions of the position (if available) and submit your resume/application to the Town via mail or drop off at the Selectman's office or the office of the appropriate town commission. Please see the commission listings under the departments section  of this website.


Park and Recreation


Sherman Park and Recreation is looking for interested individuals who might want to work as a lifeguard this summer at the Sherman Town Beach or as a camp counselor at our summer camps. Please stop by the Park and Rec office in the back of the school cafeteria on any Saturday morning between 9:30 and 11:30 to pick up an application. If you have any questions, call Park and Rec at 860-354-3629 or email at: shparkrec@hotmail.com.



Sherman Volunteer Fire Department

The Sherman Volunteer Fire Department is launching a campaign to solicit volunteers in a variety of positions ranging from fire fighters to traffic control, ancillary support and EMS personnel. If you are interested please download the flyer below for more details.

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Zoning Board of Appeals

One Alternate vacancy exists on the Zoning Board of Appeals. Interested applicants should contact the First Selectman, Don Lowe  at 860-355-1139 or Commission Administrative Assistant, Christine Branson, at 860-355-3127 or email at  PlanZone@townofshermanct.org.

Planning & Zoning Commission

One Alternate vacancy exists on the Planning & Zoning Commission. Interested applicants should contact the First Selectman, Don Lowe at 860-355-1139 or Commission Administrative Assistant, Christine Branson, at 860-355-3127 or email at  PlanZone@townofshermanct.org.


Inland Wetlands Commission

Two vacancies exist on the Inland Wetlands Commission. Interested applicants should contact the Commission Clerk, Trish Viola, at 355-0166

Conservation Commission

Two vacancies exist on the Conservation Commission. Interested applicants should contact First Selectman Don Lowe  at 860-355-1139.