EARLTON – Armstrong Township is taking a step forward in its modernization efforts.
The municipality is receiving FedNor funding of $31,500 to hire an Recordsdata Know-how (IT) intern for a one-year length.
The IT intern also can lend a hand a big selection of priority initiatives for Armstrong, akin to a corpulent evaluate and modernization of the township’s IT infrastructure and processes to make stronger accessibility, companies and products and safety.
Armstrong’s allocation is share of bigger than a $616,000 funding by FedNor to lend a hand 5 initiatives designed to invent and capture jobs, lend a hand recovery efforts and lend a hand industrial vogue and boom all the plan throughout the build apart.
“We’re very overjoyed that we obtained accredited for an intern, any monetary lend a hand from the authorities is good for the neighborhood,” said Armstrong Township mayor Jean-Marc Boileau.
“We apply so on the total for some grants and issues esteem that and it’s one in all those issues that is de facto welcome here,” he mighty in a cellular phone interview.
Armstrong Township clerk-treasurer Amy Vickery-Menard said the municipality has created a job ad for the intern situation and, as per FedNor requirements, it’s going to be wanting to hire a particular person below the age of 30 to work corpulent-time hours.
“We’re hoping that they are going to lend a hand us to assemble a brand fresh (municipal) web position, or on the least refurbish our web position, to be accessibility compliant and more user pleasant,” she outlined in a cellular phone interview.
“So update the vow, to boot to lend a hand us to modernize our IT. So, esteem all individuals else at this point in the pandemic, recognizing we’re challenged … esteem even the desktops don’t have the video capacity, so we’re real taking a have a examine an total IT evaluate/modernization for the whole lot.”
Vickery-Menard mighty the a hit applicant would moreover lend a hand municipal team with diverse smaller responsibilities.