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Worksite Instructor

Easterseals NH

Easterseals NH is here to change the way the world defines and views disability by making a profound, positive difference in people's lives every day. Our mission is to spread help, hope & answers.

Easter Seals NH is seeking a Worksite Instructor to assist community based employment services efforts in the Stratham region. In this dynamic role, you will create and oversee job development efforts that connect adults with disabilities to employment. Assessing specialized needs and developing pathways that lead to successful job placement outcomes is a life altering mission fostered by compassion, talent, and a strong working knowledge of the area. Excellent communication and sales skills, an ability to develop relationships with large and small employers and a desire to contribute to an exceptional team is key. We conduct client intake interviews, prepare candidates for job interviews, provide transportation and oversee support to clients and businesses in all phases of the process.

This position can be combined with a part time Direct Support Associate to provide a full time opportunity. Experience working with individuals with disabilities preferred.

Full time positions (30 hours or more) offer benefits, including medical, dental, matching retirement, life insurance, potential for tuition reimbursement, a comprehensive paid orientation program as well as ongoing professional development with substantial room for growth within a nation wide human services agency. EOE


Requirements include a High School Diploma, two years of work experience, and an ability to work a flexible schedule. Strong written and verbal communication skills, a valid driver's license, reliable transportation, and insurance are required.

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Date Added: December 6, 2017

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