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Partner Job Postings:

Pike Industries, Inc. and Redimix Companies

Pike Industries, Inc. and Redimix Companies regularly feature many job opportunities on their websites. Please see www.pikeindustries.com or www.redimixcompanies.com for a full list along with application information.

Pike Industries, Inc. and Redimix Companies, is an equal opportunity employer. As such, we continually strive to provide employment opportunities to qualified women, minorities, people with disabilities, and veterans.

 

Circle Program Development and Marketing Coordinator
Employee Type: Part time employment, up to 23 hours a week

Organization’s Mission: The Circle Program’s mission is to provide socially and economically disadvantaged New Hampshire girls with new opportunities to develop the skills, courage, and confidence they need to handle the challenges in their lives. We do this by offering girls a unique combination of adult and peer support delivered through year-round mentoring and residential summer camp programs. We serve girls and teens in 31 towns from Concord, north to Plymouth.

Location: Plymouth, NH

This position reports to: Executive Director

General Position Description:

The Development/Marketing Coordinator will work closely with the Executive Director, staff and board of directors to develop and implement fundraising for two Circle Program family races; will act as the race director for the Circle Trot; will provide leadership for developing other fundraising events and initiatives; and will be in charge of event and program marketing utilizing all media resources – both digital and traditional.

Key Responsibilities Include:

▪   Race Director for the Circle Trot – a community 2K, 5K, 10K race/walk

▪   Fundraising for the Circle Trot and the Circle Triathlon

▪   Assist ad hoc committee to plan the 25th Anniversary Circle Silver Jubilee – 25 Years and S’more!

▪   Create, organize and lead future Circle Program events including donor house parties

▪   Create a scheduled marketing plan that employs all media resources and marketing opportunities

▪   Assist Executive Director with outreach to individuals, businesses, and service organizations

  • Network with area businesses and community partners

Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Experience Required Include:

▪   Event planning experience

▪   Social Media marketing experience including Facebook, Twitter and blogging

▪   Excellent interpersonal, networking, communications and leadership skills

▪   Strong marketing, planning and organizational skills

▪   Excellent writing skills

▪   Work well as part of a team

▪   Willingness to pitch in with other office tasks at peak times

Educational Requirements:

▪   Bachelor’s degree

▪   Graphic design ability a plus

Salary and Benefits: Salary and benefits will be commensurate with candidate’s qualifications and experience. The position calls for a 23-hour part-time week and will entail occasional evening and weekend events.

To Apply: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample (not exceeding 1,000 words), and three professional references by mail to Kathleen Kearns, Executive Director, Circle Program, P.O. Box 815, Plymouth, New Hampshire 03264 or by e-mail to kathy@circleprogram.org by April 30,2017. Questions will be accepted by e-mail.

 Consumer Accounts Specialist
New Hampshire Electric Cooperative
Plymouth, NH

EDUCATION

High School diploma required. Associates Degree in Business or Computer Science desired.

Experience

At least five years general office experience required.  Experience should include record keeping, collections, handling cash and dealing with the public.

ABILITIES AND SKILLS

Must be able to work effectively in a self-directed work team environment and work independently without supervision within the parameters developed by the team.  Good problem solving and math skills are required to effectively resolve billing and collection issues and resolve member inquiries.  Must have good organizational and prioritizing skills and be able to effectively work in a deadline driven environment, which at times can be very stressful.  Must be able to adapt to a fluctuating workload and work collaboratively with a team to meet deadlines.  Must have excellent written and oral communication skills and present a professional image.  Must be able to exercise discretion and good judgment.  Must be able to deal with members as calmly as possible in stressful situations. Must have good typing and ten-key skills.

JOB KNOWLEDGE

Must have a basic knowledge of general office procedures, record keeping, the use of business machines, cash registers and computers.  Must be familiar with NHEC’s rates, billing, and collection procedures.  Within a comparatively short time must develop working job knowledge of the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission’s regulations and NHEC’s Terms and Conditions.

WORKING CONDIDITONS

Normal office conditions.  Working hours will be scheduled between 7:00 am and 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday.   Occasional overtime may be required. Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees.  It may be   required during regular business hours that employees will be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties.  In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

APPLY

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Assistant Contract Administrator
Belmont, NH

Pike Industries, Inc., a subsidiary and integral part of Oldcastle, is a leading Highway Contractor and the largest producer of Hot Mix Asphalt and Construction Aggregates in New England. Pike has experienced continual growth over the years and currently employs nearly 1,000 people throughout NH, ME and VT. The dedication, knowledge, and quality workmanship of our employees is what makes the company such a great success.  If you’re looking for a challenging career at a company that will reward your efforts, look no further.  Take the first step and apply for an exciting opportunity to gain top notch industry experience and pave the road to your success.  All Roads Lead Here!

 

Assistant Contract Administrator (New Hampshire):  We are seeking a safety minded, qualified, dependable and self-motivated individual to support the Contracts team in the Construction division.  The primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: maintaining and updating the bid and project files, tracking subcontractor records, data entry into Viewpoint accounting system, tracking subcontractor payroll/invoices and submitting to Accounts Payable for processing; managing multiple spreadsheets and other tracking systems for various parts of the contract process to maintain compliance with company procedures, and State and Federal regulations. This position will also be responsible for assisting with the paperwork preparation for upcoming project bids (i.e. tracking/distributing bid advertisements, ordering plans/specifications.) This position is based out of Belmont Construction office.  Classification:  Year round hourly position.

 

Requirements:

  • Must be committed to providing and promoting a safe work environment.
  • Possess solid data-entry, organization, and verbal/written communication skills.
  • Excellent computer skills including email, Internet, and Microsoft Office (Excel, Word).
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment and multi task as needed.
  • Good decision making skills and detail oriented.
  • Willingness to work in a team environment and assist co-workers or supervisor with other duties as required.
  • Must display a courteous and professional attitude when dealing with co-workers and the public.
  • A valid driver’s license.

 

What Oldcastle Offers You

  • A culture that values opportunity for growth, development and internal promotion
  • Highly competitive base pay
  • Comprehensive medical, dental and disability benefits programs
  • Group retirement savings program
  • Health and wellness programs

 

About Oldcastle

Oldcastle has a long and proud heritage as one of North America’s largest corporations. We are a proud reflection of the hundreds of family businesses, local and regional companies and mid to large sized enterprises that together form the Oldcastle family. Oldcastle operates with a decentralized, diversified structure, letting you work in a small company environment while having the career opportunities of a large enterprise.

 

APPLY: http://www.oldcastle.com/careers

 

Accounts Payable Clerk
Belmont, NH

Pike Industries, Inc., a subsidiary and integral part of Oldcastle, is a leading Highway Contractor and the largest producer of Hot Mix Asphalt and Construction Aggregates in New England. Pike has experienced continual growth over the years and currently employs nearly 1,000 people throughout NH, ME and VT. The dedication, knowledge, and quality workmanship of our employees is what makes the company such a great success.  If you’re looking for a challenging career at a company that will reward your efforts, look no further.  Take the first step and apply for an exciting opportunity to gain top notch industry experience and pave the road to your success.  All Roads Lead Here!

 

Accounts Payable Clerk(s) (New Hampshire):   We are seeking several safety minded, detail oriented, and highly organized individuals to work in the Accounts Payable Department.  Responsibilities will include, but not limited to: processing all invoices and check request forms through the Accounts Payable module in Viewpoint with detailed accuracy for dollar amounts, correct vendor ID#’s, phase and cost types including a large volume of data entry.  This position will also be in rotation for switch board coverage and based out of Belmont, New Hampshire.  Classification: Year round hourly position.

 

Requirements:

  • Must be committed to providing and promoting a safe work environment.
  • Possess a minimum of three years of accounts payable experience or relevant experience.
  • Exceptional data-entry, organization, and verbal/written communication skills.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment and multi task as needed.
  • Good decision making skills and extremely detail oriented.
  • Willingness to work in a team environment and assist co-workers or supervisor with other duties as required.
  • Must display a courteous and professional attitude when dealing with co-workers and the public.
  • A valid driver’s license.

 

What Oldcastle Offers You

  • A culture that values opportunity for growth, development and internal promotion
  • Highly competitive base pay
  • Comprehensive medical, dental and disability benefits programs
  • Group retirement savings program
  • Health and wellness programs

 

About Oldcastle

Oldcastle has a long and proud heritage as one of North America’s largest corporations. We are a proud reflection of the hundreds of family businesses, local and regional companies and mid to large sized enterprises that together form the Oldcastle family. Oldcastle operates with a decentralized, diversified structure, letting you work in a small company environment while having the career opportunities of a large enterprise.

 

APPLY: http://www.oldcastle.com/careers

Scale Person
Waterford, VT

Pike Industries, Inc., a subsidiary and integral part of Oldcastle, is a leading Highway Contractor and the largest producer of Hot Mix Asphalt and Construction Aggregates in New England. Pike has experienced continual growth over the years and currently employs nearly 1,000 people throughout NH, ME and VT. The dedication, knowledge, and quality workmanship of our employees is what makes the company such a great success.  If you’re looking for a challenging career at a company that will reward your efforts, look no further.  Take the first step and apply for an exciting opportunity to gain top notch industry experience and pave the road to your success.  All Roads Lead Here!

 

Scale Person (Waterford, VT):  We are seeking a safety minded, qualified, self-motivated individual to run the truck scale at our Waterford facility.  Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: answering phones/direct calls, greet customers, and operate the truck scales for internal/external materials activities, (i.e., weigh trucks in/out, collect cash for aggregate and hot mix sales, and manage all paperwork involved), process outgoing and incoming mail, and other miscellaneous duties as needed.  The selected candidate may also assist with the administrative tasks associated with the Waterford facility such as processing timecards.  Classification: Seasonal hourly position.

Requirements:

  • Must be committed to providing and promoting a safe work environment.
  • Must display a courteous and professional attitude when dealing with coworkers and the public.
  • Build strong customer relations and delivering customer-centric solutions.
  • Willingness to work in a team environment and assist co-workers or supervisor with other duties as required.
  • Extended hours with possible night and/or weekend work as well as overnights.
  • The willingness to travel to other Pike locations throughout Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont when needed.
  • A valid driver’s license.

 

What Oldcastle Offers You

  • A culture that values opportunity for growth, development and internal promotion
  • Highly competitive base pay
  • Comprehensive medical, dental and disability benefits programs
  • Group retirement savings program
  • Health and wellness programs

 

About Oldcastle

Oldcastle has a long and proud heritage as one of North America’s largest corporations. We are a proud reflection of the hundreds of family businesses, local and regional companies and mid to large sized enterprises that together form the Oldcastle family. Oldcastle operates with a decentralized, diversified structure, letting you work in a small company environment while having the career opportunities of a large enterprise.

 

APPLY: http://www.oldcastle.com/careers

 

Transport Security Officer (TSO)
Lebanon, NH

AIRPORT OVERVIEW: Lebanon Municipal Airport maintains a 24-hrs a day, 7 days a week schedule with peak times between the hours of 5:00 AM to 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM on Sunday through Saturday in the morning and afternoon. Screening operations for passengers and baggage are located inside the terminal and may or may not be temperature controlled.

WORK SCHEDULES:Since TSO work schedules are based upon the operational needs of the airport and may include non-traditional shifts, weekends, and holidays. Virtually no flexibility is offered to accommodate other commitments or employment/academic schedules. However, under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, TSA does allow one way trades and shift trades to assist with schedules. This airport is currently assessing candidates for part-time positions with a tour of duty of 25 hours per week. This consists of 5 workdays with 5 hours per day during the morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Specific shifts are assigned after new hires successfully complete their training and are subject to periodic adjustments. Due to the infrequency of scheduled flights, tours might include split shifts. TSA employees are considered emergency personnel and are expected to report for duty during inclement weather regardless of state and local restrictions on travel.

TRAINING & TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS: Employment is contingent upon successfully completing the required training period and initial certification testing. Participation in training for both part-time and full-time employees is considered to be full-time, and you will be paid accordingly for the hours spent in training. For the initial training, you will be required to work a full-time schedule by attending training both locally as well as at the TSA Academy located in Glynco, GA. All TSO new hires are required to travel for a minimum of two (2) weeks in a full-time duty status away from the employee’s airport of record to complete initial New Hire training at the TSA Academy. Travel to the TSA Academy will be at the government’s expense and does not allow the opportunity for weekend travel home during this twoweek training period. Following the training at the TSA Academy, all TSO new hires are required to successfully complete 81 to 130 hours of On-the-Job Training, depending on required certifications.

TSO DRESS AND APPEARANCE RESPONSIBILITIES TSO: uniforms are provided to employees by the agency. Employees must comply with a personal appearance standard that places restrictions on certain accessories and grooming while in uniform. This includes: eyewear, jewelry, facial hair, hair, makeup, tattoos, and fingernails, as well as, the use of chewing gum, tobacco, and personal electronic devices.

DUAL FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT RESTRICTION TSA: has a strict policy governing dual Federal employment that limits the number of hours that an employee can work to 40 hours or less per week. Only specific positions within the U.S. Postal Service, the U.S. Census Bureau, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, and the Government of the District of Columbia qualify for an exception to this 40 hour limitation. In addition, dual employment cannot conflict with your official TSA duties, nor can it affect your fitness for duty or ability to report to work on time. Since TSA would be considered the primary employer for the purposes of scheduling work, assigning shifts, scheduling training, approving leave, etc., it is incumbent upon the employee to resolve any scheduling conflicts with the other Federal agency.

No Experience Required Part-time pay rate starting at $15.13 per hour (Includes 14.35% locality pay)

APPLY: through November 29th , 2016 online at: https://tsajobs.tsa.dhs.gov or text “TSO” to 95495 or call 1.877.872.7990

 

 

SENIOR TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS ENGINEER
Plymouth, NH

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in a technical discipline such as Engineering Technology, Computer Science or Five to Eight years’ proven and relevant experience required. Technical Certifications such Linux Foundation’s Certified Engineer, and/or Microsoft technologies desired. Information Security certifications such as GIAC or equivalent industry certifications desired.

EXPERIENCE/SKILLS: Five to Eight years’ experience in a related field required; customer service experience with systems engineering/admin. Expected to have one to three years’ experience with Linux and Open Source solutions; experience with networking protocols such as TCP/IP, DNS, DHCP and SNMP. Experience with wireless networks required. Knowledge of telecommunications systems, both IP and PBX. Team Leadership or past management a plus

ABILITIES: Must have a valid driver’s license and have computer skills, be organized, productive and responsible; must be able to communicate effectively with people by phone, in writing or in person; must be able to interface effectively with internal departments and outside services vendor; must be flexible and able to handle varied work assignments and schedules; must have the ability to troubleshoot both equipment and network problems and implement solutions; must be physically able to lift, bend, and work on ladders to install network infrastructure equipment.

JOB KNOWLEDGE: Demonstrated experience with MS Active Directory. Strong experience with MS Exchange Administration and fault tolerant design. Knowledge of troubleshooting techniques and monitoring of systems infrastructure to resolve problems and develop solutions is necessary; knowledge of telephony systems; knowledge of project and process management disciplines is required; Basic knowledge of databases, WMI, SNMP and infrastructure monitoring needed. A strong knowledge of virtualization, storage and backup technologies is also preferred.

WORKING CONDITIONS: Occasional travel throughout the NHEC territory is required. Will require weekend and after hours work on occasion. On-Call rotation duties are required. Assistance with power restoration efforts as required. If necessary, during regular business hours employees will be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

APPLY: http://www.nhec.com

EEO Employer F/M/Vet/Disabled

 

 

Turning Points Network
Community Education Coordinator
Claremont, NH

Job Objective and Summary: The primary focus of this position is to lead Turning Points Network in prevention and outreach initiatives with a focus on primary prevention.

Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree, demonstrated program and organizational development skills, excellent and effective written and oral communication skills, supervisory experience, knowledge of the issues of sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking, experienced in speaking/presenting to groups, ability to educate about prevention and intervention, ability to handle crisis situations as needed, strong interpersonal and networking abilities, professionalism.

Traits: team oriented, non-discriminatory, non-judgmental, flexible and well organized.

Send resume and cover letter to Deborah@turningpointsnetwork.org or to 11 School St., Claremont, NH.

 

New Futures Advocacy Hub
Childhood Policy Coordinator, Concord, NH 

New Futures is seeking a dynamic, highly motivated, detail oriented Early Childhood Policy Coordinator to coordinate and lead early childhood policy and advocacy efforts in New Hampshire. New Futures is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit advocacy organization that serves as the home for the Nonprofit Advocacy Hub (Hub) in New Hampshire.  The Hub is a centralized repository of campaign and ongoing advocacy capacities used to achieve defined policy goals, including goals related to early childhood development. The Early Childhood Policy Coordinator is part of the Hub staff team and is a full-time, exempt, salaried position based in Concord, NH.

The Policy Coordinator will work with the Hub staff team, contracted partners, and stakeholders in the early childhood development field to agree on policy priorities, and to develop and implement a comprehensive legislative and advocacy strategy to achieve those priorities.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Convene and collaborate with stakeholders in the early childhood development field, contracted partners, and New Futures staff to seek agreement on policy priorities, and to develop and implement a comprehensive legislative and advocacy strategy to achieve those priorities;
  • Support research, analysis, communications, and advocacy efforts towards achievement of project goals and objectives;
  • Track, analyze, and synthesize policy, legislative proposals, best practices, and research related to early childhood policy issue areas;
  • Assist in information gathering and analysis; conduct literature reviews and research using academic, on-line and other resources;
  • Assist with producing and distributing policy factsheets and briefs, preparing presentations, drafting advocacy messages;
  • Represent the organization effectively at collaborative meetings and build strong relationships with stakeholders;
  • Provide additional assistance as needed to support the communications, development, research, and administrative needs of the Hub.
  • Frequent in-state travel and some out-of-state travel required.

Qualifications:

This position requires a minimum of three years professional work experience preferably in health care, social services, behavioral health care, social work, human services, public policy or education, with demonstrated project management experience. An advanced degree in public policy, early childhood development or related field from a recognized college or university is preferred. Each additional year of approved formal education may be substituted for one year of required work experience. This position requires strong leadership and management skills, plus the ability to work independently.

  • Strong organizational and administrative competency;
  • Leadership and facilitation skills, including conflict and group management
  • Exceptional writing and editing skills;
  • Exceptional oral communication skills, including public speaking experience;
  • Strong analytical skills, and experience applying them to legislative, and/or budget projects;
  • Familiarity with child development and/or children’s health and early childhood policies and programs;
  • Demonstrated experience in effective internal and external communication, collaboration, and coordination with individuals and organizations;
  • Demonstrated high-level skill and effectiveness at research, policy analysis, advocacy, and project management;
  • Excellent attention to detail;
  • Ability to develop strong and effective working relationships with diverse and multi-cultural constituencies including new Futures staff, policymakers, the media, and others;
  • Knowledge of MS Office with strong word processing, Excel, database, social media platforms, and,
  • Internet research skills

HOURS:   This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position at 37.5 hours per week.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to Michele Merritt, New Futures Policy Director, at the following address – mmerritt@new-futures.org   E-mail applications with attachments in Microsoft Word or PDF format only. We do not accept phone inquiries regarding the position; please do not call. This position will be open until filled.

 

New Hampshire Electric Cooperative
Financial Analyst, Plymouth, NH 

Education

A Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or Accounting required. A CPA or MBA is also desirable.

Experience

A minimum of five years experience in a progressively responsible financial and accounting position preferred plus three years of utility accounting experience. Should be conversant with the disciplines of data processing and information systems. Experience with consumer accounting, financing, budgeting, forecasting, ratemaking, utility property taxes and business planning is preferred. Should be thoroughly familiar with the principles of budgeting, controls, and utility plant accounting.

Abilities and Skills

Should possess an in-depth conceptual and working knowledge of utility regulation as required by the state and federal agencies. Must be able to effectively communicate verbally and in writing, information on rates, financial and consumer accounting and analyses. Must be capable of meeting the established NHEC goals through development and implementation of policies, practices and procedures. Must be able to write and present information developed by cross-functional teams. Must possess strong Excel Skills. Must be able to analyze financial and energy data and develop detailed financial plans and forecasts. Should have the ability to develop and recommend business applications for computer applications.

Job Knowledge

Must have a working knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles including those promulgated by the Financial Accounting Standards Board. Knowledge of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Uniform system of accounts is desirable.

Working Conditions

Normal office conditions, occasional overtime may be required. Limited travel required in the performance of work responsibilities and representing NHEC at various professional and association meetings.

Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees. It may be required during regular business hours that employees will be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

APPLY: www.nhec.com

Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

New Hampshire Electric Cooperative
Work Development Supervisor, Plymouth, NH 

Education

A Bachelor Degree or commensurate utility operations experience (and/or other related fields) in business or a technical field required.  Additional studies in electricity, business management, project management, quality management, engineering and information technology desired.

Experience

Five to ten years of utility or related experience is required.  At least five years of progressive, responsible experience in business management, project management and quality management is also required.  Experience with systems deployment and demonstrated ability to achieve objectives is a must.  Must be an effective leader.

Abilities & Skills

Must possess and exhibit effective leadership skills.  Must have effective written and oral communications skills.  Must be able to exercise discretion and sound judgment.  Must be able to work independently with minimal direction.  Must be able to direct and lead departmental staff.  Must be able to schedule, monitor and coordinate the activities of resources.  Must be able to work well with employees at all levels of the organization.  Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Access, Outlook and Project preferred.

Job Knowledge

Must have working knowledge of the operation and maintenance of an electric distribution system, the National Electric Code, PUC Regulations, OSHA Regulations, Project Management & Quality Management tools and methodologies, and business planning & analysis concepts.  Must have a working knowledge of information technology systems and databases.  Must be able to develop measurement systems to track and report progress towards goals.  Must be familiar with standard electric industry business practices.

Working Conditions

Usual and generally accepted business office conditions. Meetings outside of the normal workday will occasionally be required.  Travel with occasional overnight stays may be required for training, meetings, or conferences and seminars.

Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees.  It may be required during regular business hours that employees will be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties.  Such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours.  In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours.  This number will only be used for internal purposes.

 

APPLY: www.nhec.com

 

Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer:

New Hampshire Electric Cooperative
Program Administrator, Plymouth, NH 

Education

A  Bachelor’s Degree in Energy, Business or related field preferred.  Experience may be substituted for college.

Experience

Minimum of five years’ experience in developing and implementing a wide range of programs, products and services that impact end users. Experience in residential and commercial energy evaluations desired. Residential or commercial consulting experience desired. Should be experienced with windows and database information systems, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel.

Abilities and Skills

Must be able to communicate demand response information effectively during phone and field conversations with members, sub- contractors and other utility personnel. Able to analyze, evaluate, and recommend demand response solutions and demonstrate the use and benefits of various demand response products is required. Must be able to contribute to the development of marketing plans and implementation efforts. Must be able to assist in the design and development of new program/service/product offerings. Must possess and exhibit effective leadership skills and be results oriented.

Job Knowledge

Must have a working knowledge of generally accepted practices in conducting demand response analysis. Knowledgeable with state and local building and safety codes preferred. Must have a working knowledge of building science technologies and installment of demand response measures including heating, cooling, and water heating systems.

Working Conditions

Travel may be required in the performance of work responsibilities and occasional overtime or overnight travel may be required. May be required to attend local of regional meetings, trade shows and seminars related to demand response topics. Performs additional related activities as assigned.

Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees. It may be required during regular business hours that employees will be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

 

APPLY: www.nhec.com

 

Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer:

New Hampshire Electric Cooperative
Network Engineer, Plymouth, NH 

EDUCATION:

Bachelor’s Degree in a technical discipline such as Engineering Technology, Computer Science or relevant experience required. Technical Certifications such as CCNA or CCNP preferred. Information Security certifications such as GIAC, Cisco or equivalent industry certifications desired.

EXPERIENCE/SKILLS:

Five to Eight years’ experience in a related field required; customer service experience and network infrastructure equipment required. Expected to have one to three years’ experience with Linux and Open Source solutions; experience with networking protocols such as SIP, BGP and ARIN assigned AS and public addressing preferred. Experience with wireless networks required. Knowledge of cellular data communications preferred.

ABILITIES:

Must have a valid driver’s license and have computer skills, be organized, productive and responsible; must be able to communicate effectively with people by phone, in writing or in person; must be able to interface effectively with internal departments and outside services vendor; must be flexible and able to handle varied work assignments and schedules; must have the ability to troubleshoot both equipment and network problems and implement solutions; must be physically able to lift, bend, and work on ladders to install network infrastructure equipment.

JOB KNOWLEDGE:

 Knowledge of troubleshooting techniques and monitoring of network infrastructure to resolve problems and develop solutions is necessary; knowledge of telephony systems; knowledge of project and process management disciplines  is required; Basic knowledge of databases, WMI, SNMP and infrastructure monitoring needed. A strong knowledge of wireless, encryption, firewalls, and VPN technology is also preferred. Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CCNA) and/or Microsoft Certified IT Professional Server Administrator (MCITP) are preferred.  Experience managing IPv6 and IPv4 mixed networks preferred.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

 Occasional travel throughout the NHEC territory is required. Will require weekend and after hours work on occasion. On-Call rotation duties are required. Assistance with power restoration efforts as required. If necessary, during regular business hours employees will be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

 

APPLY ONLINE: www.nhec.com

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION /EQUAL OPPORTUNITY  EMPLOYER

 

 

VP Digital Content Strategy
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Portsmouth NH

Job Description

VP Digital Strategy, Heinemann The Digital Strategist (DS) is responsible for developing and executing Heinemann’s digital strategy. Leveraging Heinemann’s wide-ranging content, social media audience, delivery channels, e-commerce technologies and internal expertise the DS will develop new channels and business models, as well as innovative products and services. The DS will build relationships with internal and external stakeholders across all levels and functions of the organization to effectively seek project support and manage conflict. Responsibilities:

  • Oversee long-term digital strategies and drive change across the organization
  • Communicate digital strategy to authors, HMH management and internal staff
  • Keep pace with changing technology within the publishing industry and more broadly across industry sectors
  • Develop new revenue streams, achieve higher efficiency, and enable faster time to market

Achieve higher efficiency, by improving and building upon present program/product infrastructure, support and development process/practices for product. Enable faster time to market by building with ‘scalability’ in mind and having processes for ensuring that we are developing what is needed/wanted (Agile /Kanban process, vendor development, outsourcing vs internal development)

  • P&L responsibilities

Qualifications

  • E-commerce and transactional expertise with focus on driving traffic, conversion and revenue
  • Online marketing and social media expertise with emphasis on driving brand awareness, brand activation and consumer engagement
  • Transformative product and technology capabilities
  • Experience developing new channels and business models, and products and services.
  • Experience building relationships and using influence with variety of technical, business and executive personnel
  • Digital Strategic Planning. Examples of 5 year plans produced and their results, hurdles experienced and overcome, outlook on Publishing technology (CMS, LMS, platform choices, mobile app management)
  • Previous experience developing Product Development Roadmaps that are informed by a global plan, eliminate retro-fitting, and result in product builds that can be leveraged for other products/uses
  • Understanding  of and/or experience with  Business Decisions, ROI, Supplemental Product, Competitive Analysis
  • Experience in developing processes to develop, maintain  and retire product.

Physical Requirements

• Might be in a stationary position for a considerable time (sitting and/or standing).
• The person in this position needs to move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc.
• Constantly operates a computer and other office productivity machinery, such as a calculator, copy machine, and computer printer.
• Must be able to collaborate with colleagues via face to face, conference calls, and online meetings.

 

APPLY ONLINE — www.hmhpub.apply2jobs.com

 

 

F&P Web Portal Manager 
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Portsmouth NH

Job Description

As the F&P Web Portal Manager, you will oversee the development and launch of a web portal for educators and students, providing digital content to support the suite of F&P Literacy products. You will work closely with and coordinate the work of team members from several departments within Heinemann and with the HMH Intervention Services Group. You will use your previous experience in managing technical projects, managing cross-functional project teams, creating technical requirements and use cases to deliver programs of work to schedule and on budget.  You are responsible for ensuring all components under development within the portal have detailed and approved requirements/user stories, specifications, schedules, budgets, test cases, use cases, etc.  You have full ownership and responsibility for status reporting and stakeholder communications, advising management of the program status and issues and risks on a regular basis, anticipating potential schedule or priority delays, and initiating plans for alternative actions. You ensure that software development activities are carried out in accordance with established requirements, specifications, schedules, and budgets; coordinating interdepartmental functions in order to minimize delays; meeting with program team members on a regular basis to review program status and plan future actions. Areas of Responsibilities: Planning, Delivery and Financial

  • Gather requirements for web portal development, including prioritization of components and features to be developed.
  • Ensure requirements/user stories for all portal projects are clearly documented.
  • Agree on baseline project plans & approve requirements/scope.
  • Create, maintain and manage end to end project plan for the F&P portal from requirements gathering through to release including Development, Testing, Deployment & Archive.
  • Ensure project plans are signed off by functional leads & relevant project managers.
  • Lead/support cross functional team to identify all schedule & resource inter-dependencies and associated risks.
  • Establish a process or forum for raising and evaluating project issues and risks. Update and track open issues & risks and proactively manage them with project teams.
  • Constantly review all schedule dependencies to the task level of detail.
  • Coordinate the production and review of all project deliverables, including those produced by other teams/departments, and ensure required inputs are delivered on committed dates or change management is implemented
  • Ownership and management of Program Budgets including frequent updates to represent overall status of internal and external spend to date, spend by month, spend by program/phase, committed spend, SOW status, PO & invoice tracking and approval to agreed guidelines.
  • Management and Communication
  • Lead, motivate, manage and support assigned Project Managers, Scrum Masters and team members to ensure adherence to process and procedures and to maximize contribution to effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Communicate appropriate features, product requirements documents and specifications as wireframes and mockups to internal engineering and product teams.
  • Actively identify skill or experience gaps and work on mentoring or training plans as required.
  • Establish & manage relationships with internal departments, vendors, product management & tech editors.
  • Digest complex, technical topics quickly and explain them simply to team members and others, as appropriate.
  • Support Content Production Project Managers and Content Program Managers with resolution to platform/technology specific issues.
  • Work with stakeholders to prioritize programs and determine the project’s acceptance criteria/critical success factors and manage stakeholder expectations throughout the project.
  • Support Project Managers in conducting an internal kickoff with all team members (including partners) to provide background on the project and ensure roles, responsibilities and change control procedures are reviewed.
  • Provide Weekly Internal Project and Stakeholder reports as per published templates and own, publish & archive minutes.
  • Schedule daily updates with relevant PM’s delivering into schedule.
  • Support Project Managers to Initiate a post-project review to agreed guidelines.

Job Requirements

Required Skills:

  • Bachelors Degree with emphasis on Computer Science, software and support, or equivalent, with 6 years minimum experience in the development field
  • Experience in project management – expert at building and tracking project plans and risk management
  • Experienced with scheduling, budgeting, and resource management, development, and tracking
  • Strong experience in managing multiple projects concurrently with the ability to move between high level overview of multiple programs and detailed component tracking and issue management
  • Ability to drive consensus among various internal stakeholders, including executive management and third parties
  • Experience with Agile Development Methodology.
  • Experience implementing web based projects and infrastructure upgrades
  • Experience working with non-technical stakeholders to satisfy customer requirements
  • Familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within educational environment  Familiarity with Agile software development process
  • Experience working with product development, defining and specifying product requirements, and user case studies.
  • Hands-on experience in producing web-based, multimedia or elearning products, preferably for delivery on multiple platforms, in a multi-product environment, on-time and to industry quality standard
  • High degree of business acumen with the ability to add strategic value to projects
  • Experience liaising with and managing geographically remote teams including working with different cultures

Physical Requirements:
• Might be in a stationary position for a considerable time (sitting and/or standing).
• The person in this position needs to move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc.
• Constantly operates a computer and other office productivity machinery, such as a calculator, copy machine, and computer printer.
• Must be able to collaborate with colleagues via face to face, conference calls, and online meetings.

 

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First Class Lineworker 
 NH Electric Cooperative, Raymond District

 

Must live within 20 minutes of the of the Raymond District Office located on 266 State Route 27, Raymond, NH, or be willing to relocate within 20 minutes.

 

Education:

A high school graduate or equivalent preferred.  Additional schooling in electricity, lineworker’s training, technical school or mathematics is desired.

Experience:

Must have a minimum of four (4) years experience in utility line construction, maintenance and operations on multiphase systems, both overhead and underground preferred. After October 1, 1988, will be required to satisfactorily complete a Lineworker Training Program designed by the Cooperative unless already qualified as a First Class Lineworker.  Must be certified in rubber glove methods of performing line work.

Job Knowledge:

Ability to complete forms and reports and work without supervision.  Must possess a working knowledge of the construction, maintenance and operations of overhead and underground distribution lines including metering, transformers, voltage regulators, oil and electronic reclosers and capacitors.  Must be able to read schematic drawings and instruction manuals. Additional knowledge and skill in performing hot line work with Hot sticks desirable.

Abilities:

Should be skilled in the areas of organizing, planning, directing supervising and possess an in-depth conceptual and working knowledge of utility regulations as required by state and federal agencies.  Must be an effective communicator.  Must be proficient in operations of line vehicles and equipment. This position must hold or obtain a valid CDL Class A Driver’s license within one year of employment. This position must hold or obtain a valid NH Commercial Boating license within one year of employment. Basic computer knowledge and skills required. Mechanical aptitude and manual dexterity is necessary.  The job requires occasional lifting and carrying of heavy objects and routine physical activities and ability to climb and work on poles & structures.

Working Conditions:

Must work inside and outside, sometimes under adverse weather conditions and long hours.  On call and overtime is required with occasional overnight travel to attend training sessions or to assist other utilities during major storms is required. All Lineworkers available to take call, shall be required to reside within 20 minutes of their designated work place under light traffic conditions. Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees.  It may be required during regular business hours that employees be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

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 Apprentice Lineworker
New Hampshire Electric Cooperative, Raymond District

 

Must live within 20 minutes of the of the Raymond District Office located on 266 State Route 27, Raymond, NH, or be willing to relocate within 20 minutes.

 

Education:

A high school graduate or equivalent required. Additional schooling in electricity, lineworker’s training, technical school or mathematics is desired.

Experience:

Experience in utility line construction, general construction, electrical, communication, maintenance and operations on multiphase systems, both overhead and underground preferred (prior education and experience may be assessed and credited ). After October 1, 1988, will be required to satisfactorily complete a four year Lineworker Training Program designed by the Cooperative unless already qualified.

Job Knowledge:

A working knowledge of the construction, maintenance and operations of overhead and underground distribution lines including metering, transformers, voltage regulators, oil and electronic reclosers and capacitors a plus. Must be able to read schematic drawings and instruction manuals.

Abilities:

Skilled in the areas of organizing, and planning.  An in-depth conceptual and working knowledge of utility regulations as required by state and federal agencies preferred. Must be an effective communicator. This position must hold or obtain a valid CDL Class A Driver’s license within one year of employment. This position must hold or obtain a valid NH Commercial Boating license within one year of employment. Basic computer knowledge and skills a plus. Mechanical aptitude and manual and finger dexterity is necessary. The job requires occasional lifting, carrying of heavy objects, routine physical activities, ability to climb and work on poles & structures. Must attain and maintain Certification in CPR/first-aid, Pole-top Rescue and OSHA 10 hour Construction Safety Training.

Working Conditions:

Must work inside and outside, sometimes under adverse weather conditions, and long hours.  On call and overtime is required with occasional overnight travel to attend training sessions or to assist other utilities during major storms is required.  All Lineworkers available to take call, shall be required to reside within 20 minutes of their designated work place under light traffic conditions.

Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees.  It may be required during regular business hours that employees be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

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 Apprentice Lineworker
New Hampshire Electric Cooperative, North Conway District

 

Must live within 20 minutes of the of the North Conway  District Office  located on  271 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH, or be willing to relocate within 20 minutes.

 

Education:

A high school graduate or equivalent required. Additional schooling in electricity, lineworker’s training, technical school or mathematics is desired.

Experience:

Experience in utility line construction, general construction, electrical, communication, maintenance and operations on multiphase systems, both overhead and underground preferred (prior education and experience may be assessed and credited ). After October 1, 1988, will be required to satisfactorily complete a four year Lineworker Training Program designed by the Cooperative unless already qualified.

Job Knowledge:

A working knowledge of the construction, maintenance and operations of overhead and underground distribution lines including metering, transformers, voltage regulators, oil and electronic reclosers and capacitors a plus. Must be able to read schematic drawings and instruction manuals.

Abilities:

Skilled in the areas of organizing, and planning.  An in-depth conceptual and working knowledge of utility regulations as required by state and federal agencies preferred. Must be an effective communicator. This position must hold or obtain a valid CDL Class A Driver’s license within one year of employment. This position must hold or obtain a valid NH Commercial Boating license within one year of employment. Basic computer knowledge and skills a plus. Mechanical aptitude and manual and finger dexterity is necessary. The job requires occasional lifting, carrying of heavy objects, routine physical activities, ability to climb and work on poles & structures. Must attain and maintain Certification in CPR/first-aid, Pole-top Rescue and OSHA 10 hour Construction Safety Training.

Working Conditions:

Must work inside and outside, sometimes under adverse weather conditions, and long hours.  On call and overtime is required with occasional overnight travel to attend training sessions or to assist other utilities during major storms is required.  All Lineworkers available to take call, shall be required to reside within 20 minutes of their designated work place under light traffic conditions.

Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees.  It may be required during regular business hours that employees be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

APPLY  ONLINE — www.NHEC.com 

 

Member Solutions Representative
New Hampshire Electric Cooperative, Plymouth, NH

Education:

High school diploma or equivalent required.  Courses in typing, Business English, bookkeeping and personal computers is very desirable. A degree is preferred.

 

Experience:

Two years of utility background preferred including customer service, billing and collections.  Knowledge of personal computers and NISC utility billing system desirable.  Courses in customer service desirable.

 

Abilities and Skills: 

Must have the ability to work without supervision and be able to make immediate and effective decisions.  Must be able to work effectively in a team environment.  Must be able to organize and carry out delegated work.  Must be able to maintain a calm and professional appearance and attitude when dealing with members, other employees and vendors.  Must have good written and oral communication skills.  Must have basic math skills.  Must be able to operate typewriter, word processor, cash register, mainframe terminal, copy machine, facsimile machine.  Must have good typing and 10-key skills.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS:

 

Normal office conditions.  Working hours will be scheduled.  Must be available during emergency outage situations. Must have good organizational skills and the ability to communicate effectively.

Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees. It may be required during regular business hours that employees will be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

 

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New Hampshire Electric Cooperative

 

 

First Class Lineworker – UNION
New Hampshire Electric Cooperative, Andover District
 
To assist with power restoration, applicant must live within 20 minutes of the Route 10, Potter Road Andover, NH Office or be willing to relocate to meet this residency requirement.

Education:

A high school graduate or equivalent preferred.  Additional schooling in electricity, lineworker’s training, technical school or mathematics is desired.

Experience:

Must have a minimum of four (4) years experience in utility line construction, maintenance and operations on multiphase systems, both overhead and underground preferred. After October 1, 1988, will be required to satisfactorily complete a Lineworker Training Program designed by the Cooperative unless already qualified as a First Class Lineworker.  Must be certified in rubber glove methods of performing line work.

Job Knowledge:

Ability to complete forms and reports and work without supervision.  Must possess a working knowledge of the construction, maintenance and operations of overhead and underground distribution lines including metering, transformers, voltage regulators, oil and electronic reclosers and capacitors.  Must be able to read schematic drawings and instruction manuals. Additional knowledge and skill in performing hot line work with Hot sticks desirable.

Abilities:

Should be skilled in the areas of organizing, planning, directing supervising and possess an in-depth conceptual and working knowledge of utility regulations as required by state and federal agencies.  Must be an effective communicator.  Must be proficient in operations of line vehicles and equipment. This position must hold or obtain a valid CDL Class A Driver’s license within one year of employment. This position must hold or obtain a valid NH Commercial Boating license within one year of employment. Basic computer knowledge and skills required. Mechanical aptitude and manual dexterity is necessary.  The job requires occasional lifting and carrying of heavy objects and routine physical activities and ability to climb and work on poles & structures.

Working Conditions:

Must work inside and outside, sometimes under adverse weather conditions and long hours.  On call and overtime is required with occasional overnight travel to attend training sessions or to assist other utilities during major storms is required. All Lineworkers available to take call, shall be required to reside within 20 minutes of their designated work place under light traffic conditions. Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees.  It may be required during regular business hours that employees be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

 APPLY  ONLINE — www.NHEC.com
Apprentice First Class Lineworker — UNION]
New Hampshire Electric Cooperative, Andover district
To assist with power restoration, applicant must live within 20 minutes of the Route 10, Potter Road Andover, NH Office or be willing to relocate to meet this residency requirement.

 

Education:

A high school graduate or equivalent required. Additional schooling in electricity, lineworker’s training, technical school or mathematics is desired.

Experience:

Experience in utility line construction, general construction, electrical, communication, maintenance and operations on multiphase systems, both overhead and underground preferred (prior education and experience may be assessed and credited ). After October 1, 1988, will be required to satisfactorily complete a four year Lineworker Training Program designed by the Cooperative unless already qualified.

Job Knowledge:

A working knowledge of the construction, maintenance and operations of overhead and underground distribution lines including metering, transformers, voltage regulators, oil and electronic reclosers and capacitors a plus. Must be able to read schematic drawings and instruction manuals.

Abilities:

Skilled in the areas of organizing, and planning.  An in-depth conceptual and working knowledge of utility regulations as required by state and federal agencies preferred. Must be an effective communicator. This position must hold or obtain a valid CDL Class A Driver’s license within one year of employment. This position must hold or obtain a valid NH Commercial Boating license within one year of employment. Basic computer knowledge and skills a plus. Mechanical aptitude and manual and finger dexterity is necessary. The job requires occasional lifting, carrying of heavy objects, routine physical activities, ability to climb and work on poles & structures. Must attain and maintain Certification in CPR/first-aid, Pole-top Rescue and OSHA 10 hour Construction Safety Training.

Working Conditions:

Must work inside and outside, sometimes under adverse weather conditions, and long hours.  On call and overtime is required with occasional overnight travel to attend training sessions or to assist other utilities during major storms is required.  All Lineworkers available to take call, shall be required to reside within 20 minutes of their designated work place under light traffic conditions.

Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees.  It may be required during regular business hours that employees be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

  APPLY ONLINE — www.NHEC.com

 

 

Circle Program
Associate Program Director
Plymouth, NH          Camp Location: Groton, NH

 

Organization’s Mission:  The Circle Program’s mission is to provide socially and economically disadvantaged New Hampshire girls with new opportunities to develop the skills, courage, and confidence they need to handle the challenges in their lives. We do this by offering girls a unique combination of adult and peer support delivered through year-round mentoring and residential summer camp programs. We serve girls and teens in 29 towns from Concord, north to Plymouth.

Job Description: The Associate Program Director will work in close collaboration with the Program Director to deliver Circle Program services; responsible for assisting with program enrollment; oversight and delivery of summer residential camp curriculum (6-weeks); planning and leading TAP (a week-long Teen Adventure Program for high school girls); and planning and coordinating the Teen Mentor Program throughout the year. This position reports to the Executive Director and the Program Director.

Requirements:

 

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • Experience and a passion for working with youth
  • An understanding of and proficiency with social media, technology and curriculum building
  • Outdoor experience and an understanding of positive youth development

Skills and Abilities: 

  • Ability to work independently as well as part of an inter-disciplinary team
  • Possess strong time-management and organizational skills
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the development of adolescent girls/teens
  • Ability to work and live in a residential summer camp environment
  • Flexible work week with some evening and weekend hours required (at least one weekend day every month)
  • Plan and facilitate every other month mentor training meetings
  • Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills to interact effectively with all constituents
  • Ability to develop and implement diverse curriculum for Circle teens

Responsibilities:

  • Assume role of Assistant Camp Director for six weeks
  • Organize, manage and lead monthly activities related to life skills for middle school and high school teens
  • Work with high school teens on future post-graduation planning
  • Collaborate with Program Director to orient girls in the Core Program as they transition to the Teen Program
  • Work with Mentor Coordinator to train new mentors and support mentors
  • Plan and lead TAP (Teen Adventure Program) camp session

Benefits:

  • Full-time salaried position with compensation commensurate with experience
  • Health insurance coverage
  • Dental insurance coverage
  • Pension plan benefit offered after one full-year of service
  • Approved vacation, holidays and compensatory time

To Apply:

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample (not exceeding 1,000 words), and three professional references by mail to Kathleen Kearns, Executive Director, Circle Program, P.O. Box 815, Plymouth, New Hampshire 03264 or by e-mail to kathy@circleprogram.org by December 9, 2016.

Questions will be accepted by e-mail.

 

New Hampshire Electric Cooperative
First Class Lineworker – Sunapee District

 

Must live within 20 minutes of the  Sunapee District  Office located on 604 Sunapee Street or being willing to relocate within 20 minutes.

 

Education:

A high school graduate or equivalent preferred.  Additional schooling in electricity, lineworker’s training, technical school or mathematics is desired.

Experience:

Must have a minimum of four (4) years experience in utility line construction, maintenance and operations on multiphase systems, both overhead and underground preferred. After October 1, 1988, will be required to satisfactorily complete a Lineworker Training Program designed by the Cooperative unless already qualified as a First Class Lineworker.  Must be certified in rubber glove methods of performing line work.

Job Knowledge:

Ability to complete forms and reports and work without supervision.  Must possess a working knowledge of the construction, maintenance and operations of overhead and underground distribution lines including metering, transformers, voltage regulators, oil and electronic reclosers and capacitors.  Must be able to read schematic drawings and instruction manuals. Additional knowledge and skill in performing hot line work with Hot sticks desirable.

Abilities:

Should be skilled in the areas of organizing, planning, directing supervising and possess an in-depth conceptual and working knowledge of utility regulations as required by state and federal agencies.  Must be an effective communicator.  Must be proficient in operations of line vehicles and equipment. This position must hold or obtain a valid CDL Class A Driver’s license within one year of employment. This position must hold or obtain a valid NH Commercial Boating license within one year of employment. Basic computer knowledge and skills required. Mechanical aptitude and manual dexterity is necessary.  The job requires occasional lifting and carrying of heavy objects and routine physical activities and ability to climb and work on poles & structures.

Working Conditions:

Must work inside and outside, sometimes under adverse weather conditions and long hours.  On call and overtime is required with occasional overnight travel to attend training sessions or to assist other utilities during major storms is required. All Lineworkers available to take call, shall be required to reside within 20 minutes of their designated work place under light traffic conditions. Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees.  It may be required during regular business hours that employees be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

 

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EEO Employer F/M/Vet/Disabled

 
New Hampshire Electric Cooperative
Apprentice Lineworker – Sunapee District

 

Education:

A high school graduate or equivalent required. Additional schooling in electricity, line worker’s training, technical school or mathematics is desired.

Experience:

Experience in utility line construction, general construction, electrical, communication, maintenance and operations on multiphase systems, both overhead and underground preferred (prior education and experience may be assessed and credited ). After October 1, 1988, will be required to satisfactorily complete a four year Lineworker Training Program designed by the Cooperative unless already qualified.

Job Knowledge:

A working knowledge of the construction, maintenance and operations of overhead and underground distribution lines including metering, transformers, voltage regulators, oil and electronic reclosers and capacitors a plus. Must be able to read schematic drawings and instruction manuals.

Abilities:

Skilled in the areas of organizing, and planning.  An in-depth conceptual and working knowledge of utility regulations as required by state and federal agencies preferred. Must be an effective communicator. This position must hold or obtain a valid CDL Class A Driver’s license within one year of employment. This position must hold or obtain a valid NH Commercial Boating license within one year of employment. Basic computer knowledge and skills a plus. Mechanical aptitude and manual and finger dexterity is necessary. The job requires occasional lifting, carrying of heavy objects, routine physical activities, ability to climb and work on poles & structures. Must attain and maintain Certification in CPR/first-aid, Pole-top Rescue and OSHA 10 hour Construction Safety Training.

Working Conditions:

Must work inside and outside, sometimes under adverse weather conditions, and long hours.  On call and overtime is required with occasional overnight travel to attend training sessions or to assist other utilities during major storms is required.  All Lineworkers available to take call, shall be required to reside within 20 minutes of their designated work place under light traffic conditions.

Assistance with power restoration efforts is required of all employees.  It may be required during regular business hours that employees be assigned functions to support power restoration and for some employees that may be different from their normal duties. In addition, such assistance may require working nights, weekends and holidays which may involve considerable extra hours. In order to meet this working condition, all employees are required to provide a personal phone number where they may be reached after hours. This number will only be used for internal purposes.

 

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EEO Employer F/M/Vet/Disabled

 

CASA of New Hampshire
Office Coordinator
Manchester, NH

 

Primary Function: 

To support the CASA of New Hampshire organization in its mission to serve 100% of the abused and neglected children in the state by assisting staff and advocates with a variety of administrative and clerical duties.

Main Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Maintains a presentable and organized reception area
  • Handles incoming calls and processes mail daily
  • As necessary maintains ongoing communication with CASA Staff
  • Handle phone requests for information regarding the CASA program
  • Greet and direct visitors
  • Provides general clerical support
  • Maintains office equipment and supply inventories
  • Oversees and supports office volunteers

Necessary Knowledge and Skills:

  • Computer skills and knowledge of relevant software, Outlook , Word, Excel, CASA Manager
  • Knowledge of operation of standard office equipment
  • Knowledge of principles and practices of basic office management
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to keep all case and court information confidential

Key Competencies

  • Communication skills – written and verbal
  • Planning and organizing
  • Flexibility
  • Teamwork

Experience

  • Prior office management/administrative support experience

 

To Apply: Email Kathleen@casanh.org with your cover letter and resume

 

 

 

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