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Estate Guardian

Office of Public Guardian

The Office of Public Guardian (OPG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing guardianship and other fiduciary services to legally incapacitated individuals in New Hampshire.  OPG has 40 years of experience serving as guardian of the person and guardian of the estate for individuals living with intellectual disabilities, mental illness, progressive cognitive loss due to dementia or other neurological disorders, and traumatic brain injuries.  The staff of approximately 50 committed professionals work under the supervision of an experienced management team including an Executive Director, Director of Legal Services, Director of Finance, Director of Fiduciary Services and Director of Guardianship.  The OPG Board of Directors provides oversight and support through their stewardship of the organization.

The Office of Public Guardian is held to a high standard of accountability in New Hampshire by the Circuit Court Probate Division. OPG is committed to ensuring that our wards receive appropriate care, protection and services in the least restrictive manner possible. Our advocacy and decision-making are guided by the National Guardianship Association Standards of Practice and Ethical Principles. Our goal is to protect the legal and human rights and civil liberties of each individual we serve. Our professional guardians and fiduciary service managers exercise the highest ethical standards in decision-making and financial management on behalf of our clients.

Office of Public Guardian (OPG) is looking for someone to join our Fiduciary Services Department.  OPG is a non-profit organization providing legal guardianship and trustee services statewide.  This unique position requires a background in accounting and preferably a history of work with trusts or estates along with excellent math, analytical and communication skills.  The qualified candidate will be detail oriented, able to manage multiple tasks and able to work both independently and as part of a team.  The individual must also possess a high degree of integrity and discretion regarding client confidentiality.  College degree or equivalent experience is required.  After one year must be able to pass the national exam for certification as a guardian. The Office of Public Guardian offers a supportive working environment and a competitive salary and benefits package.  Please email resume with detailed cover letter by April 15, 2019 to Director of Fiduciary Services at  No phone calls please.

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Salary Range:

$45,000 - $50,000

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Date Added: March 28, 2019

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