Town of Hanover - Community Center Program Manager

Date Submitted: 5/21/18

Application Deadline: 6/1/18

Position Title: Community Center Program Manager

Contact Name: John Sherman

Contact Email: john.sherman@hanovernh.com

Job Description

The Town of Hanover New Hampshire Parks and Recreation seeks a full-time Community Center Program Manager, starting on or about July 2nd. This position is responsible for managing the day-to-day program and rental operations of the R.W. Black Community Center. In addition, this position is responsible for the development, coordination, and leading a variety of recreation activities, special events, and programs in consultation with department leadership. The Town of Hanover offers a highly competitive benefits package that includes health, dental, disability and life insurance, retirement, paid vacation, and much more.

hanover_nh_community_center_program_manager_.pdf

Portland Maine Parks, Recreation & Facilities - Parks Manager

Date Submitted: 05/21/2018

Application Deadline: 06/15/2018

Position Title: Parks Manager

Contact Name: Kathy Vosmus

Contact Email:  jobs@portlandmaine.gov

Job Description

Parks, Recreation & Facilities Department - The City of Portland, Maine seeks a dynamic, experienced innovator to lead the Parks Division in the role as Parks Manager. The Division oversees a variety of parks, 20,000 street trees, a skatepark, public beach, cemeteries, horticultural beds and meadows, winter recreation facilities and many other recreational amenities throughout the city. Portland’s first park, Lincoln Park, was designated in 1866, and

soon after, the city employed the Olmsted firm (Central Park in NYC and the Emerald Necklace in Boston) to design an interconnected system of parks that still thrives today. Today, the Portland park system is tied together by a world class system of trails, bike paths and boulevards, and is visited by many hundreds of thousands of visitors per year. The 35+ staff of the Parks Division design, build and maintain park infrastructure to serve all of the residents and visitors to Portland, and we are seeking a dynamic leader to lead this team to continue to

improve and build on the legacy of our historic parks system. The city seeks an individual with a history of innovation, resourcefulness, and excellent leadership and project management skills. Requirements: Graduation from a college or university with a baccalaureate degree in Parks administration or related degree, as well as 5 years of progressive supervisory or administrative experience in a municipal park agency, or any equivalent combination of experience and training. Extensive knowledge of the modern principles and practices of park administration, cemetery management, forestry, park planning, design and construction including experience

overseeing the master plan process. Candidate must have experience in budget development and human resource management and must have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with

departmental employees, City and School officials, elected officials, the public and members of Boards and Commissions. Certified Parks and Recreation Professional (CPRP) is preferred. Must possess a valid Class C driver’s license. Offers of employment are contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory criminal background check. Salary range for this position is: $81,880 - $93,850/year. Relocation assistance is negotiable. Deadline for applications for this position only is Friday, June 15, 2018.

Permanent, full-time employees receive a generous benefits package which includes 12 ½ paid holidays; employee health insurance; sick and vacation leave; optional life, dental and income protection insurances; choice of retirement plans; and tuition reduction programs with Kaplan University and the University of Southern Maine. Part-time employees may receive a pro-rated benefits package which may include some, but not all, of the benefits listed above.

To download the City’s application form, log on to the Job Opportunities page of the City’s website,

www.portlandmaine.gov/324/jobs

The City of Portland is strongly committed to diversity in its workforce. Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer.  Apply at/send cover letter and resume to the City of Portland, Maine, Human Resources Office, 389 Congress St., Room 115, Portland, ME 04101

Tel. (207) 874-8624, Fax (207) 874-8937 or Email to jobs@portlandmaine.gov.

To apply online go to www.portlandmaine.gov/324/jobs.

Seabrook Recreation - Part-Time Clerk

Date Submitted: 5/15/18

Application Deadline: 6/30/18

Position Title: Part-Time Clerk

Contact Name: Katie Duffey

Contact Email: kduffey@seabrooknh.org

Job Description

Please see attached job description.  parttime_secretary_clerk.pdf

Merrimack Parks & Recreation - Summer Archery Instructor

Date Submitted: 5/9/18

Application Deadline: 6/9/18

Position Title: Summer Archery Instructor

Contact Name: Matt Casparius

Contact Email: mcasparius@merrimacknh.gov

Job Description

The Merrimack Parks & Recreation Department is currently seeking an Archery Instructor to work at Naticook Day Camp for the Summer 2018 Season.

The Archery Instructor is responsible for teaching/ leading quality archery programs

• Develop, plan & lead archery & sports activities for children between the ages of 7 – 14 which will foster participant’s skills & abilities.

• Setup Archery Range on a daily basis.

• Review safety rules with campers

• Team and monitor proper use of equipment

• During staff training, assist in teaching responsibilities associated with archery activities.

• Conduct daily check of facilities and equipment in program area for safety, cleanliness and good repair

• Other duties may be assigned as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED:

• Training and experience in archery (documented)

• Ability to teach archery to campers of all ages

• Ability to set up a range, order, and repair equipment

• Desire and ability to work with children outdoors

• Good character, integrity, and adaptability

• Enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience, and self-control

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

• High School graduate or equivalent, or at least 18 years of age

• Certification as a Level 1 Archery Instructor (willing to train the right candidate).

The normal schedule for this position will be either 7:00 – 3:00 pm or 9:30 – 5:30 pm, Mondays – Fridays from June 25th – August 17th. The salary for this position is $9.00 - $11.56 per hour depending on qualifications and experience.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates should complete a Town of Merrimack Application which is available on our website at: www.merrimacknh.gov/positionopenings.

Complete descriptions of all open positions are available on our website. Completed applications should be sent to: Town of Merrimack Human Resources, 6 Baboosic Lake Rd, Merrimack, NH 03054.

Applications can also be obtained by calling the Parks & Recreation Department at 882-1046 or by emailing the Parks & Recreation Department at mcasparius@merrimacknh.gov.

Position open until filled. EOE.  Archery Instructor.pdf

Exeter Parks & Recreation - Assistant Director

Date Submitted: 05/01/2018

Application Deadline: 05/18/2018

Position Title: Assistant Director

Contact Name: Donna Cisewski

Contact Email: dcisewski@exeternh.gov

Organization: Town of Exeter Parks and Recreation

Job Description

Requirements: The Town of Exeter is currently seeking a full time Assistant Director for its Parks & Recreation department. Individual will be responsible for assisting with the supervision, management and programming of the Parks & Recreation department. Oversees the development and implementation of department programming. Hires, trains and supervises seasonal staff. Assist the director with the supervision of administrative and maintenance staff. Assist the director in opening, operating and closing the pool. Assists the director with department budget preparation. Manages social media marketing for the department. Maintains the department website. Plans and assists in organizing fundraising and special events. Chaperones and drives on department run trips as needed. Ability to follow oral and written

instructions and communicate effectively. Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information. Requires flexibility of night and weekend hours based on the season. Experience and functional knowledge of Word, Excel and the ability to learn moderately complex software programs. Functional knowledge of social media. Knowledge of financial record keeping practices. Ability to work with the general public in a respectful, tactful manner. Ability to learn and implement office procedures related to Department, Town, State, and Federal policies, rules, procedures, codes, and ordinances. Qualifications: Knowledge of recreation programs equivalent to completion of a Bachelor’s degree and three plus year’s related experience. Possession of, or ability to readily obtain, certification as a parks and recreation professional and certification in CPR and first aid. Must possess a valid driver’s license and have a good driving record.

Email or mail application, cover letter and resume to: dcisewski@exeternh.gov

Human Resources, Town Offices Building, 10 Front St, Exeter NH 03833

Closing date - May 18, 2018

Employment Application (Current).pdf

Town of Wolfeboro - Aquatics Director

Date Submitted: 4/25/2018

Application Deadline: 5/25/2018

Position Title: Aquatics Director

Contact Name: Justin Chaffee

Contact Email: parksassistantdirector@wolfeboronh.us

Job Description

Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation is looking for a full-time seasonal Aquatics Director.

For a full job description or application visit our website at www.wolfeboronh.us/parks-recreation

Pines Community Center - Multiple Part-Time Positions

Date Submitted: 4/18/2018

Application Deadline: 6/1/2018

Position Title: Multiple Part-Time Positions

Contact Name: Samantha Magoon

Contact Email: pccprogramdirector@gmail.com

Organization: Pines Community Center

job_openings__summer_2018__pines_cc.pdf

Water Safety Instructor - Concord Parks & Recreation

Date Submitted: 04/11/2018

Application Deadline: 07/01/2018

Position Title: Water Safety Instructor

Contact Name: Kari Inglis

Contact Email: kinglis@concordnh.gov

Job Description: Concord Parks and Recreation is looking for 2018 summer LIFEGUARDS and WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTORS!

Hired applicants who are not currently certified and work through the summer will receive full reimbursement of their certification cost!

JOB SUMMARY:

Applicants must be dependable, enjoy working with youth and families and have good communication and problem solving skills. All applicants must have current Red Cross Lifeguard Training, First Aid and Infant & Child and Adult CPR. Water Safety Instructors must also have WSI Certification in addition to Lifeguard Certification. Prior aquatic experience is desired. All applicants 18 years of age and older will be required to pass a Criminal Background Check.

Examples of Duties:

  • Responsible for the supervision, safety and accident prevention of all patrons.
  • Responsible for insuring that maintenance of the pool area and facilities are cleaned on a daily basis according to established maintenance procedures.
  • Required to adhere to all guidelines outlined in the Pool Staff Handbook. Required to wear approved City uniforms while on duty.
  • WSI's are responsible for teaching swim lessons for a variety of levels and for completing the necessary paperwork in a timely manner.
  • Lifeguards are responsible for assisting with the teaching of swim lessons.
  • WSI's assist in the planning of the Citywide Swim Meet and Lifeguard Competitions.
  • Works cooperatively with other staff and "outside groups" that use the pool for regularly scheduled activities or special events.
  • Completes all required paperwork in a timely manner such as time sheets, attendance reports and maintenance reports.
  • Administers First Aid and CPR when necessary.
  • Follows established procedures regarding accidents, discipline or mechanical problems. Notifies the Recreation Supervisor and/or Pool Supervisor immediately in the event of an unusual situation or hazardous condition.
  • Follows and enforces department rules and regulations.
  • Directs all suggestions from the public to their Supervisor. Strives to establish positive public relations for the Recreation Department and the City of Concord.
  • May be required to lift items that weigh more than 50 lbs.
  • WSI'S are responsible for teaching swim lessons for a variety of levels and for completing the necessary paperwork in a timely manner.
  • WSI's assist in the planning of the Citywide Swim Meet and Lifeguard Competitions.
  • Lifeguards are responsible for assisting with the teaching of swim lessons.

Supplemental Information: Must attend in-service training in early June and staff meetings.

WORK HOURS:

WSI must be available to work on weekends between the hours of 10 am and 7:30 p.m. and weekdays between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m Each employee is granted two days off within each seven-day period. Employee must be available to work the entire 9 week session - June 16, 2018 thru August 10, 2018.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION GO TO THE HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE, 41 GREEN STREET, CITY HALL, CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 03301

GENERAL PROVISIONS

In the event applicants for any position appear to be equally well qualified and a City Employee seeks by promotion to fill this vacancy, preference will be given to City Employee. In the event the City determines applicants are equally qualified after the oral interviews, and an applicant has furnished proof of entitlement with his/her application, a veteran shall receive preference in hiring related decisions. Preference will be given, when all other qualifications are equal, to residents of Concord, New Hampshire. Position postings not carrying a specific closing date under Special Instructions may be closed without notice after five working days. "An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/DP/V"

Lifeguard - Concord Parks & Recreation

Date Submitted: 04/11/2018

Application Deadline: 07/01/2018

Position Title: Lifeguard

Contact Name: Kari Inglis

Contact Email: kinglis@concordnh.gov

Job Description: Concord Parks and Recreation is looking for 2018 summer LIFEGUARDS and WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTORS!

Hired applicants who are not currently certified and work through the summer will receive full reimbursement of their certification cost!

JOB SUMMARY:

Applicants must be dependable, enjoy working with youth and families and have good communication and problem solving skills. All applicants must have current Red Cross Lifeguard Training, First Aid and Infant & Child and Adult CPR. Prior aquatic experience is desired. All applicants 18 years of age and older will be required to pass a Criminal Background Check.

Examples of Duties:

  • Responsible for the supervision, safety and accident prevention of all patrons.
  • Responsible for insuring that maintenance of the pool area and facilities are cleaned on a daily basis according to established maintenance procedures.
  • Required to adhere to all guidelines outlined in the Pool Staff Handbook. Required to wear approved city uniforms while on duty.
  • Works cooperatively with other staff and "outside groups" that use the pool for regularly scheduled activities or special events.
  • Completes all required paperwork in a timely manner such as time sheets, attendance reports and maintenance reports.
  • Administers First Aid and CPR when necessary.
  • Follows established procedures regarding accidents, discipline or mechanical problems. Notifies the Parks & Recreation Supervisor and/or Pool Supervisor immediately in the event of an unusual situation or hazardous condition.
  • Follows and enforces department rules and regulations.
  • Directs all suggestions from the public to their Supervisor. Strives to establish positive public relations for the Recreation Department and the City of Concord.
  • May be required to lift items that weigh more than 50 lbs. occasionally.
  • Lifeguards are responsible for assisting with the teaching of swim lessons.

Supplemental Information:

WORK SCHEDULE: Must attend in-service training in early June and staff meetings.

WORK HOURS: Lifeguards must be available to work on weekends between the hours of 10 am and 7:30 p.m. and weekdays between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Each employee is granted two days off within each seven-day period. Employee must be available to work the entire 9 week session - June 16, 2018 thru August 10, 2018. There will also be 5 on-call Lifeguard positions available.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION GO TO THE HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE, 41 GREEN STREET, CITY HALL, CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE 03301

GENERAL PROVISIONS

In the event applicants for any position appear to be equally well qualified and a City Employee seeks by promotion to fill this vacancy, preference will be given to City Employee. In the event the City determines applicants are equally qualified after the oral interviews, and an applicant has furnished proof of entitlement with his/her application, a veteran shall receive preference in hiring related decisions. Preference will be given, when all other qualifications are equal, to residents of Concord, New Hampshire. Position postings not carrying a specific closing date under Special Instructions may be closed without notice after five working days. "An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/DP/V"

mailto:kinglis@concordnh.gov

Multiple Part Time Positions - Franklin Parks & Recreation

Date Submitted: 4-12-18

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Position Title: Multiple Part Time Positions Available

Contact Name: Krystal Alpers

Contact Email: kalpers@franklinnh.org

Organization: Franklin Parks and Recreation

2018_summer_positions.pdf

Multiple Part Time Positions - Meredith Parks & Recreation

Date Submitted: March 6, 2018

Application Deadline: Open

Position Title: Multiple Part Time Positions

Contact Name: Vint Choiniere

Contact Email: vchoiniere@meredithnh.org

Organization: Meredith Parks and Recreation Dept.

2018_job_add.docx

Sailing Director - City of Amesbury Youth Recreation

Date Submitted: 3/1/18

Application Deadline: 6/15/18

Contact Name: kathy crowley

Contact Email: kathleen@amesburyma.gov

Job Description: To plan, direct, and supervise specified Sailing program.

Location: Amesbury Recreation, City of Amesbury, Camp Kent Nature Center

Position Title: Sailing Summer Program Director

Salary: $20-25/hr with experience

Description: To teach the fundamentals of basic sailing, water and boating safety, sailboat rigging,

reading wind direction, knot tying, charts, seaman and navigation skills to grades 4 -9. Responsible

for boat preparation and maintenance. Use of brand new Pico laser performance sailboats

for beginners.

Dates of employment: July and August 2018, some pre and post work required

Desired Qualifications:

At least 5 years sailing experience on Pico laser or Sunfish sailboat (or similar craft)

College studies in Recreation or related child specific field

Current CPR & First-Aid certifications, Lifeguard Certification preferred; Safe Boating Certification

preferred, Level 1 sailing certification preferred

Ability to supervise staff and child program participants

Ability to design, schedule, plan, and organize daily program responsibilities, including

boat requirements for the Sunfish sailboat

Specific responsibilities:

Supervise and monitor the performance of the counselors in training

Preparation of necessary program materials/handouts, incident reports etc.

Responsibility for cleaning and putting away all boats at end of season

Inventorying and requisitioning necessary supplies

Ensuring the safety of all participants

Final evaluations and recommendations of program success and future improvements

Sailing Instructor - City of Amesbury Youth Recreation

Date Submitted: 3/1/18

Application Deadline: 6/15/18

Contact Name: kathy crowley

Contact Email: kathleen@amesburyma.gov

Job Information:

Location: Amesbury Recreation, City of Amesbury, Camp Kent Environmental Center

Position Title: Sailing Instructor

Salary: $13 - 15/hr with experience

Description: To assist Sailing program director in all aspects of the program. To teach the fun-damentals of basic sailing, water and boating safety, sailboat rigging, reading wind direction, knot tying, charts, seaman and navigation skills to grades 4 -9.

Dates of employment: July and August 2018, some pre and post work required

Responsibilities:

 At least 3 years sailing experience on Sunfish or Pico sailboat (or similar craft)

 Lifeguard Certification preferred

 Current CPR & First-Aid certifications

 Ability and desire to work with children outdoors

 Ability to accept guidance and supervision

 Good character, integrity, and ability to adapt to program setting

 Enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience, positive outlook and self-control

 Strong problem solving skills and an ability to adapt to changing program needs depending upon changes of weather, number of students, number of boats, etc.

 College or High School age students (16 or older), or equivalent

 Oversee the safety of the children participating in the program Behavior management and making sure all rules are followed

 Teach students to respect boats and equipment, and report damage or breakdown when they occur.

 Create a fun and positive atmosphere, getting students excited about sailing.

Nature Camp Instructor at Camp Kent - City of Amesbury Youth Recreation

Date Submitted: 3/1/18

Application Deadline: 5/28/18

Contact Name: kathy crowley

Contact Email: kathleen@amesburyma.gov

Job Description -mTitle: Environmental Program Instructor -- Hiring Now !

Location: Camp Kent Nature Center, 92 South Hampton Rd. Amesbury, MA

Description: Instructor will lead small groups of children, grades 1-7, to a growing awareness of their environment through observation, exploration, games and crafts, in a day camp-like setting. Program offers kayaking, archery, small elements challenge course, and climbing wall.

Responsibilities:

 Plan and implement appropriate outdoor/nature related activities for appropriate grade levels: grades 1-8.

 Lead small groups of youth in hands-on nature activities, cooperative games and low elements, and other outdoor activities during 6 one week sessions held at a lakeside environmental center.

 Participate in meetings/planning sessions with other program staff including a 3 day staff orientation training program.

 Be responsible for the safety of children at all times.

Qualifications:

 Minimum age of 18 years.

 Previous experience working with children in a school, camp or similar setting.

 Should be creative and energetic and have a love for nature and the outdoors.

 Ability to work cooperatively and independently with strong communication skills.

 Training in a science-related field or education preferred.

Terms of Employment:

 All staff members must undergo a Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) check, conducted by the Town of Amesbury and have a satisfactory result.

 Dates of employment: June 25, 2018– August 9, 2018

 Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:45 – 3:15; Monday staff meeting until 4

 Wage: $15/hour , based on education and experience

Application Procedure:

 Please call Kathy Crowley, Youth Director, at (978) 388-8137 for an application/interview or send a cover letter and resume to 68 Elm St. /2nd floor, Amesbury, MA 01913.

Lifeguard - City of Amesbury Youth Recreation

Date Submitted: 3/1/18

Application Deadline: 6/30/18

Position Title: LIFEGUARD

Contact Name: kathy crowley

Contact Email: kathleen@amesburyma.gov

Title: Lifeguard June 20 - Sept. 3, 2018

Location: Lake Gardner Beach

General Functions: Guard Lives !

Job Requirements:

All Lifeguards will be responsible to the Waterfront Supervisor and Youth Director and will: 

** Insure the safety of all swimmers in the waterfront area.

** Must have current lifeguard certification, first aid and CPR, waterfront lifeguarding cert preferred

** Provide own Guard (red) bathing suit

** Prepare, maintain and breakdown the beach/ swim areas.

** Maintain equipment and property, as well as keeping first aid station neat + organized.

** Organize and clean bathrooms and lifeguard office daily.

** Clean up beach at the start of the shift-including goose poop

** Implement and ensure all beach safety rules are met with no exceptions, consistently and fairly.

** Act in emergency situations and provides rescue and first aid assistance.

** Provide incident and accident reports as needed.

** Be prepared to work full summer and weekends.

** Other duties as assigned by the Waterfront Supervisor.

Must provide current lifeguard training certifications as well as first aid and CPR certifications.

Pay rate is $12- $14/hr.

Download Employment application by going to City website www.amesburyma.gov go to forms

and documents, Youth Recreation and find part time seasonal employment application form or

email Kathy at kathleen@amesburyma.gov

Swimming Instructor - Holderness Recreation

Date Submitted: 2/22/18

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Position Title: Swimming Instructor

Contact Name: Wendy Werner

Contact Email: recreation@holderness-nh.gov

Organization:Holderness Recreation

Job Description: Help Wanted - Swim Instructor

If you are passionate about swimming and would like to teach this life skill to children in the Holderness area, then give us a call. Must be WSI, CPR & First Aid certified

and / or be willing to become certified, have experience teaching lessons and a

Dynamic personality!

Attendance at this program is usually 30 – 40 children taking lessons in levels Beginner to Level 5/6. Curriculum follows Red Cross Learn to Swim Program.

Responsibilities:

• Will assist in coordinating and teaching swim lessons

• Evaluate swimmers on the first day of the class

• Group children by their swimming ability

• Instruct swimmers for all 10 classes at the Holderness Town Beach between the hours of 9:30am and 12:30pm at the Livermore Beach in Holderness.

• Develop class curriculum based on Red Cross levels

• May communicate with parents regarding cancelled classes, children’s swim level etc.

• Complete in-house cards for level of completion.

For more information please contact Wendy Werner at 968-3700. Or send a resume to

You may also download a job application at www.holderness-nh.gov or email recreation@holderness-nh.gov to request an application.


mailto:recreation@holderness-nh.gov

Camp Counselor - Brentwood Recreation Department

Date Submitted: 2/15/18

Application Deadline: Until positions are filled

Position Title: Camp Counselor

Contact Name: David Tovey

Contact Email: recreation@brentwoodnh.gov

Organization: Town of Brentwood Recreation Department

Job Description TITLE: COUNSELOR

REPORTS TO: Camp Coordinator(s)

GENERAL DUTIES: Works under the supervision of the Camp Coordinator(s) and with other staff members to plan and execute all camp activities for their assigned age group. Maintain a safe and respectful environment for campers and staff.

Compensation/Benefits

  • Camp counselors will be paid $9/hour their first summer. On average, a camp counselor will work 40 hours a week, for 7 weeks (June 25th – August 11th)
  • Leadership experience
  • A direct (positive) impact on a child’s life
  • Resume builder
  • Fun, creative, and respectful environment

Applications


Camp Coordinator - Brentwood Recreation Department

Date Submitted: 2/15/18

Application Deadline: Until position is filled

Position Title: Camp Coordinator

Contact Name: David Tovey

Contact Email: recreation@brentwoodnh.gov

Organization: Town of Brentwood Recreation Department

Job Description

TITLE: CAMP COORDINATOR (2 positions)

REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR OF RECREATION

GENERAL DUTIES: Responsible for the operation of camp and the entire staff.

Compensation/Benefits

  • Camp Coordinators will be paid $12/hour. On average, a camp coordinator will work 40 hours a week, for 7 weeks (June 25th – August 10th)
  • Leadership/supervisory experience
  • A direct (positive) impact on a child’s life
  • Resume builder
  • Fun, creative, and respectful environment

Applications

  • Please send resume and a completed Town of Brentwood employment application to the Recreation Department at the Brentwood Town Offices, 1 Dalton Rd. Brentwood, NH. Or, email to: recreation@brentwoodnh.gov
  • Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.
Brentwood application_for_employment (1).pdf


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