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  • 15 Jul 2018 6:52 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Director of the Division of Personnel
    Labor Grade HH (Unclassified)
    Position #9U031

    The State of New Hampshire is seeking resumes of qualified candidates interested in the unclassified (Grade HH) position of the Director of the Division of Personnel.

    Scope of Work:  This is a leadership position in New Hampshire state government, serving in the state’s key human resources role.  The Division of Personnel is established under RSA 21-I:42 and is responsible for managing the state’s centralized human resource operation to include employee recruitment and appointment, compensation, classification, leave, promotion, transfer, layoff, removal and discipline.  In addition, the Director of the Division of Personnel oversees Labor Relations, the Personnel Appeals Board, and the Bureau of Education and Training.  Responsibilities include providing strategic and visionary leadership relative to the development and operation of the state’s Human Resource (HR) Information System and development and modification of policies and practices in order to promote the state as an Employer of Choice with respect to recruitment and retention of state employees.  This position requires effective collaboration and communication with all levels of state government including the Governor’s Office, the legislature, the Department of Justice, state agency leadership, agency HR staff and internal DAS business partners including the Risk Management Unit, the Bureau of Accounts and the Financial Data Management Unit.  The position is also responsible for developing and operating within a budget and providing reports required by statute or otherwise.

    Education:  A successful candidate shall possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field.

    Experience:  The successful candidate will have at least ten years of progressive human resource management experience with five years of experience in the public sector specific to human resource administration.  The ideal candidate will possess experience in State or local government in a leadership or administrative capacity, developing long-range human resource plans as well as experience in the leadership and oversight of HR staff.  The successful candidate will possess extensive knowledge and demonstrated experience in all HR areas to include but not to be limited to employee relations, employee training and development, recruitment and on boarding, labor relations, classification and compensation, workforce development, HR systems and transaction audit and control.  The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience with change management, organizational transformation, and goal achievement.

    This position will remain open until filled.  Please send Cover Letter, Resume, and copies of Transcripts to:

    Danielle Victory, Recruiter
    Department of Administrative Services
    25 Capitol Street, Room 419

    Concord, NH 03301

  • 23 Jun 2018 10:02 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    New Hampshire Legal Assistance (NHLA) seeks a dynamic individual for the position of Human Resources Manager in Concord. 

     Position Responsibilities: Provide human resource functions, specifically in the areas of benefit management and administration, recruitment and onboarding, employee relations and professional development, and compliance and record retention.  Develop and implement HR policy and support the development of related technology. 

    NHLA’s Background: Recognized nationally for our achievements, NHLA has a proud history of aggressive, creative advocacy for low-income and elderly clients in federal and state courts, as well as in legislative and administrative forums.  NHLA’s resources are primarily focused on housing, health, income benefits, elder law, domestic violence, and public utilities.  NHLA operates five branch law offices and a number of statewide projects.

     Position Qualifications:

    • Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in HR field.
    • In depth knowledge of HR topics, state and federal labor laws and best practices.
    • Strong computer skills, including MS Office products. 
    • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion and judgment.
    • Effective written and verbal communication skills.
    • Experience with evaluations and work plans.
    • Excellent listening, problem solving and conflict resolution skills.

     Salary/Benefits: Salary DOE.  Excellent benefits, including medical and dental insurance, retirement plan.

     NHLA has offices in Berlin, Claremont, Manchester, Concord, and Portsmouth.  This particular staff position will be based in Concord.

    About New Hampshire: New Hampshire is centrally located in the heart of New England where residents enjoy wide-ranging outdoor and cultural activities in our mountains, lakes, rivers and seacoast.  Every four years, NH hosts the First in the Nation Presidential Primary.

    Applications: Send cover letter, resume and writing sample to or:

    Lynne M. Parker, Executive Director
    New Hampshire Legal Assistance
    117 North State Street
    Concord, NH 03301

    Deadline: July 9, 2018

    New Hampshire Legal Assistance is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    We are committed to building a culturally diverse staff.  Bicultural/Bilingual, Minority, LGBTQ, individuals with disabilities, women and veterans are encouraged to apply.

  • 13 Jun 2018 4:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We are seeking a Human Resources Director to oversee the operation of the Human Resource (HR) department, including but not limited to benefits, employment, employee relations and workforce development.  Assist Senior Leadership Team in developing and implementing strategic initiatives as they relate to HR.  Provide policy recommendations to Senior Leadership, and communicate and interpret policy for employees. 


    Responsibilities include:

    ·        Partner with Agency programs to develop ideas that will assist in the positive evolution of all programs in meeting the needs of clients while balancing the needs of employees

    ·        Provide day-to-day oversight and supervision of all HR staff, including preparing performance development plans 

    ·        Prepare, oversee and maintain annual budget for HR

    ·        Provide oversight to HR staff conducting the on-boarding process.  Participate in hiring for key positions with the Agency

    ·        Collaborate with the Director of Communications and Training regarding staff development and training

    ·        Act as a liaison and develop strong working relationships with all health-related and other benefit brokers

    ·        Assist the Executive Vice President/CFO with annual renewal of benefits

    ·        Participate in quarterly workers’ compensation reviews and oversee implementation of educational programs related to employee safety

    ·        Develop the Agency personnel policies and conduct regular reviews of the manual to ensure the policies are current and relevant

    ·        Act as a resource to employees, communicate Agency policies and procedures, and ensure policies are implemented in a fair and consistent manner across all programs  

    ·        Participate in and oversee all employee involuntary terminations ensuring compliance with pay laws and removing access to Agency materials and systems;  conduct exit interviews as requested

    ·        Investigate employee concerns and complaints in a prompt and efficient manner ensuring compliance with Agency’s Complaint Resolution Policy.  Handle all employee relations matters in accordance with Agency policy and HR best practice

    ·        Educate managers on best practice in performance management including providing guidance on implementing the performance improvement plan process

    ·        Participate in salary surveys and compensation reviews as needed

    ·        Administer compensation program, provide guidance to managers in making compensation decisions and maintain internal equity across Agency programs based on established pay grades

    ·        Participate in Senior Leadership Team meetings to provide input as needed including current information and industry standards relative to employment policies

    ·        Represent The Moore Center and Region 7 at Community Support Network, Inc. meetings and events as needed, participate in quarterly meetings of Human Resources Directors

    ·        Serve on Agency committees as designated and/or appropriate including the Human Resource Committee and the Pension Committee

    ·        Prepare agenda topics for Human Resource Committee meetings and oversee the scheduling of the meetings



    ·        Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

    ·        A minimum of 8 – 10 years of progressive experience in Human Resources with direct management experience  preferred

    ·        Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification preferred

    We offer a competitive salary plus a comprehensive benefits package including:

    ·         Medical and dental insurance

    ·         Life insurance

    ·         Short and long-term disability insurance

    ·         Flexible Spending Account

    ·         Paid time off

    ·         Tax deferred savings plan (agency match of 4% after one year)


    For more information and to apply please visit



  • 20 May 2018 12:53 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    HR Business Partner (HRBP)

    To apply for this position, please submit your resume to Lauren Lecuyer at 

    If you want to join a growing manufacturing company in the beautiful Lakes Region of New Hampshire and work with a great team, have a competitive benefits and compensation package including a 401(k) with company match, and a friendly work environment, you need to give MilPower Source a try!

    Milpower Source, based in Belmont, New Hampshire, has an immediate need for a Human Resources Business Partner.  Reporting to the General Manager as a key member of the management team, the HRBP plans, implements and evaluates employee relations and human resource policies, programs and practices, as well as acts as a consultant to management on strategic planning, HR compliance and organizational development.  The successful candidate will manage all human resources related activities including staffing and recruiting, onboarding, employee records, safety, training, performance management and employee relations; and will be the point of contact for all employees for benefits questions

    Key Responsibilities:

    1. Develop and administer various HR plans and procedures that impact management and employees. Monitor employee engagement.
    2. Develop department goals, objectives and recommend systems that streamline HR processes such as applicant tracking, performance management, compensation, benefits, and training.
    3. Responsible for development and update of compensation programs to include salary structures and merit budgets, performance evaluation and bonus programs.
    4. Develop and maintain a compliant employee handbook, reviewing at least annually for revisions as appropriate.
    5. Perform benefits administration, including working with brokers to assess current benefits package and recommend changes based on cost-effectiveness and company budget.  Administer FMLA and disability programs.
    6. Develop and maintain company’s Affirmative Action Program; file and maintain records of EEO-1 and VETS 4212 reports.  Maintain updated knowledge of AAP/EEO regulations.
    7. Provide guidance to managers in resolving a variety of employee relations issues.  Conduct investigations as appropriate.
    8. Manage the company’s talent management program to include sourcing candidates, interviewing, developing and making offers, and conducting onboarding for new hires.  Write and place job postings, screen candidates, schedule interviews and conduct reference checks.
    9. Make recommendations for policy/procedure changes to effect continuous improvement in department efficiency.
    10. Using solid understanding HR practices and policies, ensure compliance with all federal, state and local employment laws, including required drug testing programs, safety reporting, mandatory postings, etc.
    11. Coordinate employee events.
    12. Perform other related duties as assigned.


    • Excellent communication skills (written and oral)
    • Consultant/Mediator/Collaborator/Coach
    • Experience in all disciplines within HR/subject matter expert for major disciplines
    • Leadership 
    • Ethics
    • Creativity
    • Teamwork
    • Succession planning
    • Ability to work for an international company and embrace cultural differences
    • Problem solver


    Bachelor’s degree in Business, HR or similar and 5-8 years directly related experience.  SHRM certification would be a plus.  Must have intermediate level Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).

    Milpower Source is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer

    Minority/Female/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veterans/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

    7 Field Lane  •  Belmont, NH 03220  •  +1 (603) 267-8865  •

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