Green Jobs workforce promotion project manager

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Concord, NH and remote
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Salary Type
Salary Range
$25.00 - $27.00

About the Organization

Established in 1911, the New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association (NHTOA) is a non-profit statewide coalition of landowners, industry professionals, government officials, and supporters who work together to promote forest management, conserve working forests, and ensure a strong forest products industry. Granite State woodland Institute (GSWI), established in 2002, is the 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization that supports the NHTOA’s education and training work for forestry professionals and landowners.

NHTOA strives to protect New Hampshire’s working forests for future generations through public and industry education, legislative advocacy, outreach, and cooperation within the forest community. It is through its educational programming that NHTOA is able to blend economic development with stewardship of natural and cultural resources; engage local, regional and national partners; and utilize sound science-based and existing conservation frameworks.

About the Job


The project manager will identify forest industry career training opportunities and career pathways and promote them to young adults (high school, career technical education – CTE, home-schooled, and non-traditional school students) and adults (veterans, new Americans, and formerly incarcerated people). They will promote these opportunities in schools with school counselors, educators, and students. They will assist and participate in career field days, and teacher tours, and connect schools with local businesses and forestland owners willing to host tours and internships. 

Using feedback from school counselors, educators, students and the forest industry, the project manager will identify “Industry Recognized Credential” opportunities. They will also serve as a conduit and clearinghouse for internship, apprenticeship, work study, and on-the-job training opportunities to schools and CTE centers.

This is a part-time position. The project will focus on schools, CTE centers, and non-traditional students in Coös, northern Carroll, and northern Grafton counties, with work occurring in the rest of the state as time permits. Although the position is based out of the NHTOA’s office in Concord, N.H., this position will require statewide travel and working remotely.

The project manager will work closely with the NH Timberland Owners Association staff and partner organizations and draw from the NH Project Learning Tree Green Jobs curriculum.  A full job description can be viewed at,

How to Apply

Please send a resume and a letter of interest describing what attracts you to this position and how it would fit into your schedule to: Jasen Stock, NHTOA executive director, 54 Portsmouth Street, Concord, N.H.  03301, No phone calls, please.  The deadline for filing is May 31, 2024.