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Program Manager

NH Jobs for America's Graduates

New Hampshire Jobs for America’s Graduates (NH-JAG)

Ensuring New Hampshire’s Youth are empowered to achieve their full potential.

NH-JAG is a statewide program for youth who seek to make the most of their high school education and pursue career and post-secondary educational interests. Through two distinct Programs, NH-JAG facilitates learning, skill development and community involvement empowering these young adults to identify their goals and to define and follow a productive path within which to achieve those goals.

The positive impact made possible by the NH-JAG program is evidenced by the many students who have participated and, as a result, are enjoying rewarding careers and are pursuing further academic training. Our goal is to expand and continue to serve these vital young adults who will become the leaders of our communities in the future.


New Hampshire Jobs for America’s Graduates (NH JAG) an educational non-profit is recruiting to hire a program manager. Responsible for managing NH JAG services provided within a defined region or group of program applications in the State of New Hampshire.  Supervises the Youth Specialists and serves as the liaison between the NH JAG central office and statewide partners.

Requirements:

The candidate must have solid management expertise and experience in areas of education, federal grant oversight, business skills such as marketing and training. Strong working knowledge in the areas of finance and HR skills considered a plus. 

Bachelor’s degree required.

How to Apply:

Send cover letter & resume to hr@nh-jag.org.

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.

Job Location:

Statewide

Date Added: June 7, 2021

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