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Employment Opportunities:

Below is our current list of vacancies. If you wish to submit your application, please send it via e-mail, or you can fax us at the number listed below. Thanks!

Community Action Program, Belknap-Merrimack Counties, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer/program. 

Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request.

Posted on 4/16/16

Health Services Coordinator – Head Start/Early Head Start Concord and Pittsfield-Full time – 37.5 hours per week during the school year and 30 hours per week in the summer.  Responsibilities include developing, implementing and coordinating the health and nutrition areas of the program, staff and parent education and home visiting.  Experience working with young children and families required.  Background in nursing, health education or other health related field required, LPN or RN preferred.  Annual and sick leave, medical and dental benefits.  Respond by resume to Community Action Program Belknap-Merrimack Counties, Inc. (HSC), PO Box 1016, Concord, NH   03302-1016.  E.O.E.

Administrative Assistant- Concord HS/EHS/Child Care – Full year 25 hours per week position. Responsible for a variety of administrative tasks including answering phones, intake paperwork and ongoing documentation for child care enrollment, parent billing, etc. Must have excellent communication, organizational and computer skills; have a positive attitude and work cooperatively with a team. Paid sick and annual leave and ability to participate in 403B plan. Hourly rate $14.11 to $14.83. Please respond with resume to Community Action Program Belknap-Merrimack Counties, Inc. (HS), P.O. Box 1016, Concord, NH 03302-1016. E.O.E.

Program Coordinator for our center for healthy aging services located in Belmont, NH. Monday-Thursday, 25-29 hours a week— this is a newly defined position to coordinate all aspects of our redesigned center; including all services currently running, such as direct day-to-day operations; nutrition services; transportation; education; recreation, and support services. Additionally, the coordinator would assist in the creative implementation of new programs and activities and will be responsible for regional outreach to market the new center and to increase membership. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in social services or related field (Master’s preferred); two to five years’ experience in senior services; supervisory experience; volunteer coordination; excellent skills in communication, program development, and community relations; ability to interact well with older adults; and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite. Preference will be given to applicants with demonstrated ability to develop and implement successful, creative senior programming. Please email resume and cover letter to Joan Barretto, Assistant Director of Elder Services at jbarretto@bm-cap.org. The Community Action Program, Belknap -Merrimack Counties Inc., is an EOE. No phone calls, please.

POSITION:                                                                                                    CLASSIFICATION:

Regular Full-Time

Energy/Rehabilitation Auditor                                                                Regular Part-Time

Exempt

 

JOB SUMMARY:

 

To assist with the implementation of the housing rehabilitation and energy programs through the energy audits / rehab inspections of residential properties.  Assist with the writing of detailed specifications for the retrofit of eligible properties.  Ensure compliance with Federal, State and Local codes and regulations.  Works with the Program Director toward the timely completion of approved projects. 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

 

Directly supervised by the Program Director.

 

SUPERVISION EXERCISED:

 

No supervision of Agency employees.  Supervision is exercised over all phases of contracted work in the capacity of project leader and compliance inspector.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

        Must be able to discuss program services and requirements for all CAPBMCI energy and housing programs with clients.

        Contact clients and schedule appointments to visit homes to assess the energy and housing needs.

        Inspects property to determine the condition of the property, identify health and safety issues that will prevent services from being delivered and develop a work scope.

a.       Perform heat loss calculations to size new equipment

b.      Use diagnostic equipment to analyze existing conditions

c.       Provide client education on ways to reduce energy usage and maintain a durable, safe and comfortable home to occupants

d.      Install low-cost energy saving measures in homes at the time of audits

e.       Writes detailed specifications for improvements to bring properties up to applicable standards.

        Reviews bids/estimates for recommendation/approval.

        Meets with contractors and clients for pre-construction meeting.

        Performs quality control in-progress inspections and provides training and technical assistance to contractors on the proper methods and procedures needed to meet the program requirements.

 

        Perform final inspections (w/QCI certification) to assure work quality meets program requirements, work completed matches work order, invoices match measures installed, and pricing agrees with bid package pricing.

        Responsible for reviewing all client files/job books to ensure that all required documents are included and complete.  Assures contractor invoices match the work completed and the bid prices.

        Acts as a technical resource for the Weatherization staff of the Governor's Office of Energy and Planning, utilities and of statewide initiatives. 

        Troubleshoot problems at clients’ homes and make recommendations to resolve the issues.

        Co-authorizes purchase orders and approvals for payment of invoices.

        Prepares reports for submittal to the Program Director, OEP, USDA, NHH, Utilities.

        Must maintain required certifications and meet training requirements

        Assists in the implementation of the Weatherization Assistance Program, CORE Home Energy Assistance, Heating Repair and Replacement Program, Lead Grants, USDA Home Preservation Program and any other duties assigned by your supervisor for the benefit of the program and/or Agency.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

        Familiarity and experience with all phases of residential construction including masonry, carpentry, plumbing, electrical and energy related measures and the principles of house-as-a-system.

        Ability to plan work and schedule assignments.

        Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with others both orally and in writing.

        Must be proficient in the use of a blower door, infrared camera, combustion analysis equipment.

        Must be familiar with the TREAT energy modeling software.

        Must be proficient in MS software products and have strong computer skills

        Working Knowledge of Code Enforcement practices and provisions of the BOCA Code and general provisions of Minimum Housing Standards Ordinances; ability to write detailed specifications for residential rehabilitation.

        Must be able to assess and troubleshoot all types of residential heating and water heating systems.

        Must have the following certifications or training:

o   BPI Building Analyst certified

o   EPA RRP certification

o   OSHA 10-hour training

o   LSW

o   BPI QCI certification (must obtain within 6 months of hire) 

        Required to have a valid N.H. Driver’s License and have your own reliable vehicle in order to perform the responsibilities of the position. (See Insurance Requirements as found on page 22 of the Agency’s Personnel Policies.) 

SALARY RANGE:    (Effective 4/1/09)

            $35,100 - $40,000 per year

ANNUAL UPDATE REQUIREMENT

            April 1

 

TDD/TTY Relay  1-800-735-2964


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






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