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Organizational Trainer

New Hampshire Community Loan Fund

We are a nationally recognized as an innovator in the community development field and have a rich history of providing capital and education for N.H. citizens to establish home ownership, business growth, child care, and cooperatives formed to secure access to affordable housing, among other initiatives. Are you interested in making a big difference in N.H. communities?

ROC-NH works with homeowners in and owners of manufactured-home parks statewide to convert those parks into communities that are owned and governed by residents. ROC-NH’s financing, training, and technical assistance help homeowners in resident-owned communities build equity, achieve stable housing, develop leadership, and strengthen their communities.

About the opportunity

Do you flourish when helping people build their professional and personal skills? Managing, operating, and governing a housing cooperative isn’t easy, and you’ll be on the front lines of helping cooperative members achieve their goals while fostering empowerment, community spirit, and self-sufficiency.

You will support and strengthen people’s growth by providing training and education to ROC members as individuals and in groups. You’ll ignite new concepts and ideas while delivering leadership training designed to enhance technical abilities and communication skills. Boot Camp training in communities across the state will connect you to adult students eager to sharpen their knowledge.

We offer a comprehensive and competitive compensation package with excellent benefits and the opportunity to work in a fun, fast-paced, supportive atmosphere.

How to Apply:

If this description is a good fit, we would love to hear from you! Please send a resume with cover letter to

No phone calls, please.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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Salary Range:

$55,000 - $61,000

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Date Added: October 8, 2021

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