Green Jobs workforce promotion project manager — (part-time)

Job Description
The Green Jobs workforce promotion 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 reformed Dept. of Corrections residents). Promotion includes presenting forest industry/green job career information in schools to school counselors, educators, and students. Promotion also includes assisting and participating in career field days, and teacher tours, and connecting schools with local businesses and forestland owners willing to host tours and internships. The project manager will work closely with the NHTOA staff and partner organizations and draw from the NH Project Learning Tree’s (NHPLT) Green Jobs curriculum.

The project manager will use feedback from school counselors, educators, students, and the forest industry to identify and create forest industry micro-credential programs (aka “Industry Recognized Credential”). They will also serve as a conduit and clearinghouse for apprenticeship, on-the-job training, and career opportunities to schools and CTE centers.

The project will focus on schools, CTE centers, and non-traditional students in Coös, northern Carroll, and northern Grafton counties, with work in the rest of the state occurring 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 is an option.

The project manager will work closely with the NHTOA, NHPLT, and other collaborators on this project. The project manager will report to the NHTOA Executive Director.


  • Inventory and catalogue forest industry career training opportunities,
  • Deliver industry/green job career information to school counselors, educators, and students
  • Work with the NHPLT State Coordinator, establish an industry/green job career network to
  • share career training, internship, apprenticeship, work study, and on-the-job training
  • opportunities.
  • Work with industry experts to create Industry Recognized Credential programs.
  • Write articles and take photographs for the NHTOA and the NHPLT print and electronic
  • communications (Timber Crier, Forest Fax, the NHTOA website and other publications).
  • Attend and assist with the organization and operation of Forest Industry Career Field Days
  • and Forest of NH Teacher Tours.
  • Organize and attend social, fund raising, educational, and membership events.
  • Compile necessary grant and state reports.
  • Respond to emails and other inquiries.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Background or knowledge in natural resource management, career counseling, environmental/science education, natural resource education, or program administration. This position requires excellent communication (written and verbal – public speaking a must) and organizational skills.

Must be a self-starter and able to work without supervision and manage own workload.

This is a part-time job (1 to 2 days per week).
All travel expenses will be reimbursed.
Pay rate is commensurate with experience $25 – $27/hour