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Parks and Recreation Director, Hanover NH


Posted on: 6/5/15

The Town of Hanover, New Hampshire, is seeking a dynamic Parks and Recreation Director to lead the Town’s full-service Parks and Recreation Department into the future. Reporting to the Town Manager, the new Director will be responsible for leading and managing the Department and for maintaining, enhancing and expanding an already wide range of recreation programs and facilities for the community. Position brochure will be available at beginning Monday, June 8, 2015.

Lifeguards, Greenville NH

The Town of Greenville, NH is looking for responsible and reliable employees. Senior guards must be at least 18 years of age. Both senior and junior guards must either have a lifeguard certificate or be enrolled in a lifeguard course. Weekend and evening work is required.

Waterfront Director - Summer 2015



Posted: April 27, 2015 

The Merrimack Parks & Recreation Department is currently seeking an individual to serve as our Waterfront Director for the Naticook Day Camp Program during the Summer 2015 Season.

Concord Parks & Recreation Department Lifeguards

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.



The Town of Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation Department is seeking Lifeguards and Water Safety Instructors.

Lifeguards and Water Safety Instructors will work under the direct supervision of the Aquatics Director. A Lifeguard employed with Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation is responsible for the health, safety and welfare of those using the Town’s Beaches. A Lifeguard’s major responsibility is active lifeguarding to include: observing swimmers in and out of the water, enforcing regulations, and the prevention of accidents at the Town’s Beaches. The beach facilities are used for recreational swimming & play, lap swimming, and other special programs. In addition, lifeguards are employed to perform maintenance assigned duties when not actively serving in the role as a lifeguard. These duties may include cleaning, beach caretaking, painting projects or any other beach projects.

A Water Safety Instructor will also teach swim lessons.

Summer Help Wanted

Holderness Recreation is hiring for several summer positions for the SummerEscape program including a director and counselors.

Please see the attached notice and contact Wendy Werner C.P.R.P, Recreation Director at 603-968-3700 or with any questions.

Applicants must complete an application and send a resume and cover letter to: Holderness Recreation Department, P.O. Box 203, Holderness, NH 03245

Applications may be downloaded from at the bottom of the page.

Adult Education or Life Enrichment Workshops Contract Instructors


Aimee Gigandet:  Assistent Recreation Director Newmarket Recreation



Newmarket Recreation of 1 Terrace Drive, Newmarket NH 03857 is currently looking for Contract Instructors to teach a variety of of 1 to 1.5 hours classes on subject matter that pertains to Educational Content, Hobbies, Passions, and/or Life Enrichment programs.



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