Payroll and Human Resources Administrator
Manchester, NH and Portland, ME
Metro Walls is a full-service commercial framing and drywall company serving New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, and Vermont. See complete description for Payroll and Human Resources Administrator here
Multiple Positions for Camp Program
The Circle Program provides girls from low-income New Hampshire families with new opportunities to learn the skills, courage and confidence they need to handle the challenges in their lives. We do this through a unique combination of adult and peer support that is delivered through our year-round mentoring and residential summer camp programs.
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Mayhew challenges and helps at-risk New Hampshire boys to believe in themselves, work well with others, and find their best.
Mayhew, a dynamic, successful, and award-winning organization serving at-risk New Hampshire youth, is seeking a Development Director to lead and coordinate the organization’s fundraising efforts during a challenging and promising time.
Now forty-eight years old, Mayhew has built both an enviable record as an effective and exciting organization and an impressive history of philanthropic support. Mayhew receives annual support of over $800,000 a year, with 60% coming from individual donors, businesses and service clubs; it has built an endowment of over $5 million; is on the cusp of completing a $2.875 million capital campaign and has a devoted group of financial supporters and loyal and generous board members. Mayhew now seeks a Development Director to help lead the organization to new heights in its support for the boys. The Development Director will work closely with the Executive Director and Administrative Professional to build Mayhew’s base of support, deepen the level of giving from existing donors, broaden awareness of the organization, and strengthen Mayhew’s financial position as it approaches its sixth decade of helping the boys to find their best.
The successful candidate will bring a proven track record in nonprofit resource development, both in terms of managerial oversight and direct work with donors. The successful candidate will be creative, energetic, positive, pragmatic, and articulate. It is vital that he/she be mission-focused – not only about the development efforts, but the larger work of Mayhew. And the successful candidate should be both visionary – able to create systems and campaigns that build upon the way in which Mayhew has done its work in the past – and deeply committed to helping this small but vital organization thrive. We are looking for someone who is credible, with impeccable integrity. The Development Director should be someone who works well and happily in a small organization, who is adept at multi-tasking, and who has the humor and grace to manage many relationships, tasks, and challenges. We are looking for a patient leader, a team player, and an excellent colleague.
Annual Fund Campaign: In coordination with Mayhew’s Development Committee, Executive Director and Administrative Professional, design, facilitate and monitor all activities related to the Campaign, including activities timetable, solicitation methods, making “the ask,” donor visitations, follow-up and stewardship activities.
Capital Campaign: In coordination with Mayhew’s Development Committee, Executive Director and Administrative Professional, design, implement and direct all activities related to the Campaign, including activities timetable, making “the ask,” donor visitations, follow-up and stewardship activities.
Outreach: The Development Director is responsible for regularly visiting a defined caseload of donors/prospective donors throughout both the Capital and the Annual Fund Campaigns. The Development Director is also responsible for exploring new ways each year to increase participation and funds raised.
Responsibilities will also include:
Planned Giving: Design, facilitate and monitor all activities related to Mayhew’s solicitation of planned gifts and the growth of its Legacy Society.
Special Events: Coordinating the Special Events timetable and playing a lead role in the planning and facilitation of these events.
Grants: Identifying pertinent foundations and grant opportunities, establishing a grants timetable and working collaboratively with the Executive Director in completing proposals.
Database: In coordination with Mayhew’s Administrative Professional and Executive Director, adopt, maintain, upgrade a donor/boy/alumni database system that will best serve the needs of the program.
Publicity: In coordination with Mayhew’s Executive Director, design, facilitate and monitor the Program’s communication with media outlets and others. This will include primary responsibility for the creation and dissemination of regular press releases.
Program Evaluation: Assist with the compilation and dissemination of data gathered from Mayhew’s program evaluation efforts.
General Expectations: Excellence in donor relations and overall comportment to include: swift replies to phone calls and other communications and a positive, assisting attitude at all meetings, visits, and public events. Proficiency in Little Green Light (donor database) and Microsoft Word and Excel is desired. Regular reporting on your progress and calendar to the Executive Director. Other duties as assigned.
To apply, please email or send a letter of interest and resume prior to 4/10/17 to: Jim Nute, Executive Director, email@example.com, Mayhew Program, PO Box 120, Bristol, NH 03222.
Carpenters, Tapers and Laborers
Manchester, NH and Portland, ME
Metro Walls was established in 2004 and in less than a decade has grown to one of the leading drywall & framing companies in New England. With more than 200 employees, the company proudly provides outstanding work to some of the region’s biggest and best construction companies.
Metro Walls Inc. is currently looking experienced Carpenters, Tapers and Laborers
Job responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
- General construction industry experience and knowledge of construction sites
- Ability to perform layout tasks using owner supplied benchmarks and coordinate discrepancies with other sub-trades and project personnel as needed
- Understand and implement all concepts associated with Light Gauge Metal and Wood Framing
- Well versed with typical tools of the trade
- Understand and differentiate wall types and finishes, Levels 1-5
- Capable of understanding concepts and applying product and material to achieve desired finishes, Levels 1-5
- Capable of finish sanding, preparing for paint
- Responsible for quality control measures
- Proactive and self-motivator, willingness to learn the commercial framing and drywall construction disciplines
- Responsible for overall housekeeping and clean-up of company work areas
- Capable of receiving shipments and jobsite deliveries
- Capable of handling materials and equipment
- General assistance to all framing and drywall associated trades and company personnel
- Capable of standing/walking for the majority of the work day, including frequent bending, stooping, kneeling, lifting, including overhead, along with pushing and pulling
- Must be capable of lifting a minimum of 75lbs.
This position will also work closely with the finance/administrative department to track, review and process workers compensation claims.
We offer an excellent compensation package including a competitive salary and benefits. Email resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Metro Walls is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
Pike Industries, Inc. and Redimix Companies
ME, NH, VT
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.
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.
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
▪ 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 email@example.com by April 30,2017. Questions will be accepted by e-mail.
Consumer Accounts Specialist
New Hampshire Electric Cooperative
High School diploma required. Associates Degree in Business or Computer Science desired.
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.
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.
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.
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