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WE’RE HIRING – Positions available


 New Hampshire Jobs for America’s Graduates (NH JAG) is seeking dynamic Youth Specialists to implement the NH JAG Out-of-School LNA Training model in collaboration with training partners and employers. These programs serve eligible youth between the ages of 16-24 in a WIOA funded training and employment program for students who are not attending school and are interested in a meaningful career pathway in the Healthcare sector. Provide the appropriate mentoring and community linkages necessary to overcome barriers.  Assist students in entrance into LNA training and paid work experiences.

Bachelor’s degree in Education, Business, or related field preferred. Able to work effectively and efficiently with youth, educators, NH Works partners and employers.

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Program Assistants

NH JAG is looking for part-time staff to provide clerical support to the out-of-school youth program in the Lakes Region, Keene and Berlin locations.  Clerical duties include, but are not limited to, data entry, filing, gathering and verifying documentation, running reports, making calls to participants and/or community partners.

This is an hourly part-time non-benefit position.

Qualifications –

Must be 18 years or older – High school diploma or GED, some college or secretarial training preferred – Excellent computer skills – Detail oriented – Prior office experience a plus – Excellent interpersonal skills, especially with young adults

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NH JAG is sponsored by NH Dept of Business & Economic Affairs, Office of Workforce Opportunity, a proud member of the American Job Center Network and an equal opportunity employer/program.


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