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Posted: 04/15/2015

Employer
New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources
New Hampshire Department of Cultural Resources

The Division of Historical Resources is New Hampshire’s State Historic Preservation Office; more information on its mission and programs is available at http://www.nh.gov/nhdhr/.


Position
Program Specialist, GIS
TMPPT4690
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Concord, NH
Details
$19.98 / hour
 

The Division of Historical Resources (DHR) is seeking a detail-oriented and well-organized individual to fill the position of Program Specialist Geographic Information Systems. This is a temporary and part-time position that provides support in the development of a historical properties GIS and online platform for the state of New Hampshire. Details on this position's duties are available at http://www.nh.gov/nhdhr/jobs.html.  

Within the state system, this is a Program Specialist I (Labor Grade 19) position, up to 25 hours per week, five-hour day, five days a week, at $18.98 per hour.

For additional information about the position, please contact Elizabeth Muzzey, Director and State Historic Preservation Officer, at 603/271-8850.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Applications are available for online submission at http://das.nh.gov/jobsearch/Employment.aspx. Please include a letter of interest and qualifications, resume and completed state application. Questions on the online application process can be directed to Kathy Stanick, Business Administrator, Department of Cultural Resources, 603/271-2400, or Kathy.stanick@dcr.nh.gov.
Elizabeth Muzzey
Phone: 603-271-8850
ADDRESS
19 Pillsbury Street
Concord, NH 03301

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