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NHEP Regional Resource Coordinator

Southern NH Services

Southern New Hampshire Services (SNHS) is a private non-profit organization dedicated to helping people help themselves since 1965. Services are provided to Hillsborough and Rockingham counties and the agency employs over 450 employees.

The Regional Resource Coordinator (RRC) will provide workforce development resource information to Employment Counselor Specialists (ECS), Career Coaches and Job Developers within a designated region and statewide as needed.  The RRC will be available to provide workforce development presentations and individual consultation with staff within their designated region.  The RRC Team will evaluate, adapt and create new job readiness curriculum as determined by programmatic needs. In addition, may provide direct service to program participants as requested. 


Education:  Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from an approved college or university in social work, psychology, counseling, education or business administration or a related field.  An Associate’s degree with relevant experience will be considered.

Experience: Minimum of two (2) years of professional work experience in counseling, teaching, social services or business involving career counseling, employee development, social work or human resources.  Experience in assisting individuals in finding employment, knowledge of the principles and methods of assessment and career counseling; experience or an ability to demonstrate an understanding of working with low-income populations or hard-to-serve individuals (e.g., limited English Speaking, learning disabled); experience with and/or a strong familiarity with local and statewide educational and social services; experience in or an ability to demonstrate skills in job development and marketing with employers, and experience in classroom or group instruction.

  • Utilizing Career Coaching Model, teach/facilitate classes regionally and statewide in job readiness, job search, job skills training directly related to employment, and prepare participants for Alternative Work Experience (AWEP), Community Work Experiences (CWEP), and On-the-Job Training (OJT) activities by using a variety of teaching methods, video conferencing technology, and communication techniques including computer-based models that allow individuals to work independently and/or demonstrate proficiency by testing out of certain competency areas.
  • Be available to ECS’s, Career Coaches and Job Developers regionally and statewide by providing workforce development supports and guidance for program participants.  Assist in creating an individualized career learning pathways using WPS Curriculum and other relevant workforce development materials for program participants.  Provide assessments for program participants as requested.
  • Maintain a Shared Drive and/or Learning Management System (LMS) with programmatic materials that will be easily accessible to all workforce development colleagues.
  • Be familiar with the Sector Partnership Initiative in NH, community resources, and all workforce development partners including, but not limited to; WIOA, NH Employment Security, Vocational Rehabilitation, Community College System of NH, Adult Learning Centers, and the Community Action Partnership. Provide community resources that support the Whole Family approach and assist with reducing barriers to employment. 
  • Adhere to NHEP WPS  policy and procedures; achieve quantitative performance goals, and deliver quality programming and professional services:
    1. Providing work skills assessment for NHEP participants as determined by the ECS and/or Career Coach.
    2. Deliver group and/or individualized workforce development topics as requested by colleagues.
    3. Travel regionally and/or statewide as requested by workforce development team and management.
    4. Provide remedial training and support in workforce development curriculum as needed.
  • Provide regional/statewide coverage to staff as needed or requested with management approval.
  • Model professional dress, behavior, and demeanor that are expected of program participants in the workplace.
How to Apply:

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Salary Range:

$19.11 per hour / 37.5 hour work week

Job Location:

Rochester, Concord, Nashua

Date Added: July 8, 2021

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