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The Community Builder will provide a critical link to expanding and strengthening the network of businesses and organizations in the state striving to become more sustainable and socially responsible.  This team member will deepen NHBSR’s brand awareness across all industry sectors while recruiting new member companies, expanding engagement within existing member companies and building a network of ambassadors for the organization.  The position reports to the Executive Director and works collaboratively with the Business Engagement Committee and the Board of Directors.

 

How to Apply:
Submit a cover letter and resume by August 16, 2021 sharing your interest and unique qualifications for this position to michelle@nhbsr.org with the subject line “Community Builder”.  

A full job description can be found Here

This candidate will assist in managing all incoming leads for ReVision Energy’s Upper Valley Branch and provide follow up with customers after they have completed an installation with ReVision.

 

The candidate must possess or be able to acquire a basic operational and design specific understanding of each clean energy product that we offer. A successful Solar Advisor must be able to explain the technologies we use to help NH customers realize their clean energy goals and the benefits for home & business owners in various situations. They will connect with our customers after completion of their installation to congratulate them, provide resource assistance to address any questions they have, set up additional site visits as requested, and to encourage them to become a solar champion for their neighbors and friends. 
 

This position requires excellent communication skills, passion for our mission, responsiveness, attention to detail, and high-level of computer prowess. 
 

The full job description can be found here and interested applicants are encouraged to submit their application, resume, and cover letter online.

Vital Communities seeks a full-time Transportation Program Manager to develop and implement Vital Communities’ strategy and projects relating to efficient and equitable transportation. See full job description. Please email your resume and cover letter to hr@vitalcommunities.org

In addition to the elements of this specific position, please note the following:

General Expectations of All Staff 

  • Understand and support the mission of Vital Communities

  • Center justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in fulfilling job responsibilities

  • Greet the public through all channels of communication with courtesy and respect

  • Network with allied organizations and initiatives

  • Work collaboratively across issue areas and proactively coordinate with other Vital Communities staff and teams

  • Meet regularly with supervisor

  • Attend staff meetings and participate in staff activities, including but not limited to trainings, planning, evaluation, and fundraising

  • Work in a safe manner and report any safety hazards to the Executive Director

  • Maintain individual work station and office in a clean, attractive manner

  • Practice good work habits of flexibility, efficiency, punctuality, dependability, and confidentiality

  • Strive to upgrade existing skills and learn new ones, setting professional development goals with supervisor

  • Employ good communication skills by sharing information, listening to others, and giving thoughtful input

  • Work as a team member by helping others and making suggestions for improvements

 

Vital Communities is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender / gender identity, race, religion, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, or disability with respect to: employment, volunteer participation, and the provision of services.