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Associate Director of Communications; Our Neighbors’ Table


Reports to: Executive Director

Schedule: 40 hours/week, at least 60% of time to be spent on-site and/or in the community.

Compensation: salary, commensurate with experience


About Our Neighbors’ Table

For 31 years, individuals, businesses and institutions have invested in Our Neighbors’ Table (ONT) as the leader in driving universal food access across the region. ONT harnesses that commitment to turn food assistance on its head by providing flexible, personalized programs.  We’ve eliminated the traditional approach of strict schedules, cumbersome qualification and limited food selection by offering dignified experiences and access to fresh, wholesome food when and where people throughout northeastern Essex County need it.

Our Neighbors’ Table’s unique, flexible approach to food assistance has enabled us to declare Amesbury a food secure city and is the only organization poised to implement a near-term strategy to make Northeastern Essex County a food secure region. Our work has inspired and informed regional, state- and nationwide changes to put the dignity of those experiencing food insecurity at the forefront of programming.


About ONT’s Communications Strategy

Community Engagement is a core pillar of ONT’s model to build food secure communities. From mass communications to the general public to donor stewardship newsletters to program brochures guiding people experiencing food insecurity, what, how and when we communicate with our community drives our success in mobilizing people to take action against food insecurity.

ONT has a broad constituency and is seeking an energetic, creative, and passionate communicator who can shape and execute our communications strategy. The Associate Director of Community Relations reports to the Executive Director and supports all departments of the organization in their community and constituent engagement activities.


About the Work of the Associate Director of Communications

  • PR/Media relations. Advises leadership on the development of communication policies and significant matters of marketing and public relations. Responds to questions and requests from media, the public, and the community, including for critical and sensitive matters and provides coaching to ONT team members and ambassadors in public speaking.
  • Participates in the design of major milestone events to engage clients, volunteers, donors, and prospects; works with events- and programs staff to operationalize and produce appropriate materials.
  • Outreach/community engagement. Initiates positive and proactive relationships with both internal and external constituents, including the outreach and engagement strategy; serves as centralized creation and editing for all content and creative work produced across the organization
  • Manages the creation of ONT’s annual report, website, brochures, email marketing program, and social media strategy in a way that advances key messages, communicates impact, and helps grow ONT’s brand. Works with staff, volunteers, guests, partners and Board to develop stories and publications worthy of distribution through local, state and national media.
  • Knowledge/policy/branding. Maintains comprehensive knowledge of techniques and best practices for maintaining ONT’s communications products and infrastructure; problem solves as needed.

About Your Experience & Qualifications:

  • 2+ years relevant professional experience, preferably in the non-profit sector.
  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, design, public relations, or related field, with a focus on non-profit, health care, education, community relations, or public relations.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate to a variety of audiences, talking directly with supporters to tell real stories of how ONT has made people’s lives better and development of client stories and testimonials
  • Pro-active work style; strategic thinking, flexible collaboration, and strong decision-making and project management skills.
  • Spanish or Portuguese-speaking and writing and experience communicating to audiences in multiple languages is a plus!
  • Deep commitment to nonprofit and community engagement work as well as issues of DEIJ (diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice) in the community and in the workplace.
  • Print and digital marketing, writing, design, [production, and/or project management platform experience, such as HubSpot, HootSuite, Meta Business Suite, Canva, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, and/or WordPress.

Our Process

Initial interview with Director of HR

Writing Sample review

Hiring Manager interview

Leadership interview

Publications Editor (Full-Time) NH Bar Association


Summary: The Publications Editor has overall responsibility for the editorial content of NHBA’s print and digital publications, including Bar News, eBulletin, special supplements, and member publications. This includes

  • coordinating with NHBA staff and community stakeholders to produce relevant and engaging content,
  • ensuring accuracy of the copy we publish, and
  • on-time production within budget.

Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following.


In consultation with Director of Marketing, Communications, and Member Outreach, the Publications Editor

  • Recommends publication standards and policies
  • Plans, coordinates, and directs editorial activities
  • Develop and manages an annual budget for Bar publications
  • Exercises creativity and initiative in the editorial direction of the NHBA publications
  • Researches and proposes ideas for new information vehicles, such as podcasts
  • Conducts reader surveys as appropriate; analyzes results

Independently, the Publications Editor

  • Confers with executives, department heads, members and community-stakeholders as needed and appropriate to coordinate publication activities, establish production schedules, solve problems
  • Generates story ideas, develops, researches, outsources or writes and edits original articles and features
  • Solicit content/evaluate material submitted for publication consideration
  • Recruits and retains freelance contributors
  • Oversees editorial advisory board
  • Keeps abreast of and analyzes the impact of issues important to NHBA members
  • Provides editorial guidance to staff and works with them to craft effective content for publication.
  • Directs Communications Coordinator and/or Editorial and Marketing Coordinator in content and production of weekly e-Bulletin

In collaboration with the Sales and Technical Editor, the Publications Editor

  • Develops annual editorial calendar and sets deadlines
  • Keeps publications fresh and valuable to members
  • Helps generate ad and sponsorship revenue, sponsored advertorial content
  • Monitors publication policies, organization, workflow and procedures to ensure high-quality, cost-effective production and distribution of NHBA publications.

Issue Production:

  • Maintains day-to-day activities in support of publication development and production
  • Works with artists, photographers, and stock houses to produce pictures and illustrations in support of publications.
  • Supervises the work of freelancers – edits, proofs, and fact-checks submissions. Responsible for overall quality of freelance work.
  • Manages editorial contributions from members (excepting the recruiting of Practice Area articles, which is handled by the Sales & Technical Editor)
  • Reviews final proofs and approve or makes changes to ensure quality and consistency of Bar publications.

Work with Outside Organizations and Vendors/Community Presences:

  • Works closely with external partners to provide coverage and support of initiatives in the Bar and legal community that impact members.
  • Attends or coordinates with staff/freelancers to cover important industry events, meetings or awards ceremonies to obtain items for publication.


Prepares news or public relations releases, special brochures, and similar materials as needed and assigned by Director of Marketing, Communications, and Member Outreach.

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Marketing and Communications Coordinator at Saint Anselm College

Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Job Location: Saint Anselm College – Manchester, NH

Position Type: Full Time


Position Summary:
The Marketing & Communications Coordinator performs communications functions for the Center for Ethics and Society, New Hampshire Institute of Politics, and the Meelia Center for Community Engagement. The position is part of the office of College Communications and Marketing.

The position is responsible for:

  • Regularly meeting with the relevant institutes and centers to understand their objectives and needs.
  • Working with CCM staff to develop and implement marketing plans for the relevant centers and institutes.
  • Promoting events and programs through email, print, and social media.
  • Covering events through news stories, photos, and social media posts.
  • Providing public and media relations support.
  • Creating content for news, web, and social media.
  • Working with CCM freelance photographers, videographers, and designers to meet the needs of the centers and institutes.
  • Supporting communications with on and off-campus partners and funders.
  • Managing student interns hired to support communications
  • Coordinating content calendars of the various centers and institute with CCM
  • Coordinating with other CCM staff to ensure that other departments (admissions, advancement, etc.) have the content and support they need from the centers and institutes.
  • Other tasks as needed.


  • Bachelor’s degree required, with experience in marketing and communications.
  • Detail oriented with strong writing, organizational, planning, and administrative skills needed.
  • Ability to juggle multiple tasks and work under deadline pressure.
  • A sharp editing eye and general knowledge of Associated Press style.
  • Good communication, story-telling, and marketing skills.
  • Familiarity with web content management and social media.
  • Also requires the ability to interact effectively with a wide range of College staff and students, and to represent the College to a variety of outside constituents.

Successful candidates will be able to assist the college in advancing its mission and strategic priorities, which includes institution-wide diversity and inclusiveness.

Job location: Manchester, NH

The successful candidate will be able to assist the College to further its strategic goals for institution-wide diversity and inclusiveness.

Director of Development


Background: AgeSpan, an area agency on aging focused on promoting healthy aging and independence across the lifespan, is committed to building a stronger culture of philanthropy to support the individuals and communities we serve. We are looking for the right partner to lead and build this work.

Position Responsibilities: The Director of Development (DOD) is responsible for the development, implementation, coordination, and expansion of AgeSpan’s fundraising program. The DOD works closely with the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to align all elements of the organization’s development and fundraising functions with our strategic plan; and ensure the integration of the vision, core values, and culture of AgeSpan into the overall strategy.

Essential Functions: (Core duties or tasks that are fundamental and not marginal to the performance of the job)

  • Develop and grow an internal and external culture of philanthropy across the Agency;
  • In the first 18 months, solidify a strategic plan for ongoing development, ensuring determined strategies are consistent with the agency’s mission, vision and culture;
  • Synthesize the various components of the agency’s development and philanthropy efforts, including, but not limited to, community relations, events, donor relations, major giving, and corporate giving; to ensure consistent and cohesive overall strategy;
  • Collaborate with senior management team in advancing departmental and agency objectives;
  • Facilitate participation in development activity amongst board and non-development staff members;
  • Develop strategies and plans in coordination with the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) to fund the Agency’s short and long-term programs and campaigns;
  • Closely monitor success of fundraising efforts to meet current approved budget and strategic goals and implement an annual evaluation process to inform future strategy and objectives;
  • Implement systematic efforts to identify, solicit, steward, maintain and upgrade annual giving donors and work closely with CSO to develop partnerships with major individual, corporate, and foundation donor prospects;
  • In partnership with the Development Coordinator oversee direct mail campaigns; coordinate seasonal donor acquisition efforts, donor communications, and donor events; and represent the Agency at special events and outreach activities as necessary;
  • Keep current on fundraising best practices, trends, and innovations;
  • Assist in budget preparation and monitor overall departmental revenue and expense, with strong alignment and collaboration with the agency’s Fiscal team;
  • Oversee collection and reporting of development related data; and
  • Assume other duties as assigned.


  • A successful candidate should have at least a bachelor’s degree and 8-10 years development experience, ideally in a progressive leadership role with demonstrated knowledge of crafting overall development strategy and a track record of success.
  • Experience with database oversight, reporting, and communicating development-related data to a broad audience is a must.
  • Experience and/or passion for working with the older adult community is preferred.
  • The candidate should also have exemplary goal-setting, planning, and prioritization skills and be highly organized, thoughtful and strategic with confidence in advocating for the importance of development both internally and externally.
  • A strong track record as an effective communicator, highly skilled in writing and donor communication, as well as a broad understanding of the technology need to managed development efforts, is a must.
  • Candidate should have a charismatic and persuasive personality and should be authentic and open in gaining the respect and support of a broad range of constituencies and stakeholders.
  • Candidate must be skilled at cultivating relationships and guiding staff and board members in doing the same.
  • Experience in or substantial knowledge of the private, non- profit sector is a plus.
  • Knowledge of the Merrimack Valley and North Shore regions of Massachusetts is a plus.


Hours per week : 37.5


AgeSpan is strongly committed to fostering a professional environment that recognizes, respects, and encourages the unique contributions of a broad spectrum of qualified employees. It is important that our employees reflect the diverse communities we serve. We maintain a work atmosphere that allows people of varied backgrounds to grow professionally and contribute to our mission by promoting diversity, equity, inclusion, and work-life balance.

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Communications Professional For NH Farm Bureau

NH Farm Bureau is seeking an individual to put together, as managing editor, our award-winning publication The Communicator, and to manage our website. Could be done as an independent contractor or as a part-time employee. Occasional statewide travel and attendance at certain Farm Bureau events are required. Writing a limited number of press releases may also be required.

Skills and proficiencies sought:

  • Outstanding writing and editing skills
  • Ability to put together a publication from planning to printing, including design & layout, writing feature stories & news stories, and soliciting & working with advertisers. General copywriting skills are a plus.
  • Ability to work with volunteer writers and photographers.
  • Knowledge and experience managing a WordPress website.
  • Photography experience or interest.
  • Passion/knowledge/appreciation of agriculture/natural resource management is a plus.

Compensation will be commensurate with experience.

Please send a cover letter (including what attracted you to apply), resume, and writing samples to Robert Johnson at or mail to 295 Sheep Davis Road, Concord, NH 03301. Candidates invited for an interview will be asked to provide a portfolio demonstrating their writing, publication creation experience, and graphic design skills.


New Hampshire Farm Bureau (NHFB) is a non-profit federation, established in 1916, of New Hampshire’s 10 county Farm Bureau organizations which consist of nearly 2,000 NH farm families and over 1,000 supporting members statewide. NHFB is dedicated to advocating for and educating the public about agriculture. NHFB is a general farm organization where the members establish policy and direction through a member-driven policy development process. We are “The Voice of Agriculture” in New Hampshire.

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External Communications Coordinator – New Hampshire Housing


Are you a wordsmith who’s passionate about effective communications and accustomed to creating messaging for different platforms, from reports to website content to social media? Are you interested in the overlay of communications and marketing? Do you like participating in and helping to run events? Does mission drive your interest in your work? Consider joining our New Hampshire Housing team!

Our External Communications Coordinator will write and edit content for external communications materials, manage websites and social media accounts, and assist with the development of our publications, presentations, marketing, and external training materials. This position also coordinates conferences, webinars, and other events.

Experience with the following and a drive to employ them in helping New Hampshire Housing reach its stakeholders around the state include strong expository, promotional, and creative writing skills, as well as skills in web-based content management, Microsoft 365, Adobe Creative Suite, and webinar platforms. Experience/aptitude in graphic design, photography, and/or videography a plus. Bachelor’s degree in a related field and at least five years relevant work experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience required.

What we offer:

  • Competitive salary
  • Multiple health insurance options
  • Free dental plan
  • Vision plan
  • Free disability insurance
  • Free life insurance
  • Undergrad and graduate tuition reimbursement
  • Student loan repayment assistance (yes, that’s right, we’ll help you pay off your student loans faster!)
  • Two retirement plans with employer contributions to both
  • Flexible work schedules and 37-hour standard workweek
  • Remote work options
  • Collaborative work environment
  • Diverse co-workers
  • Sense of fulfillment supporting our mission
  • Generous and flexible PTO plan
  • Paid volunteer time
  • Professional growth and training opportunities
  • Leadership development opportunities
  • Fitness rewards and reimbursement programs
  • Company perks and discounts
  • And so much more!

New Hampshire Housing is committed to building a workforce that is as diverse as the people we serve. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Apply now! Please submit your resume and cover letter via our online application.

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Public Relations Account Executive – Tilson PR

Remote position; office in Hebron, New Hampshire
Most of the team is in South Florida and Boston

Tilson PR is a public relations firm with a successful track record of producing high-impact campaigns and results for top-level clients across the country for more than 25 years. Operating in a true team atmosphere, Tilson is looking for a bright, enthusiastic, self-motivated, and polished PR professional who wants to join an energetic firm that services an exciting roster of national and local clients.

The candidate must have recent or current PR agency experience, strong writing and communication skills, firm knowledge of news media, a strong understanding of social media platforms and work well as part of a team. Strong media relationships are a plus — creativity and the ability to develop strategic plans are a necessity.

Three to five years of public relations experience required. (or more)

What you’ll be doing:
Acting as a client-facing contact on key accounts

  • Driving and executing strategic campaigns including proactive media relations, influencer programs, events, and more
  • Assisting in the development of campaign strategy, press materials, pitches, client messaging, and thought leadership programs
  • Working in a collaborative environment with a team of smart, enthusiastic PR professionals
  • Exercising your creativity in an entrepreneurial environment

What you’ll need to get here:

  • Undergraduate degree
  • 3-5 years of experience executing strategic PR campaigns within an agency
  • Track record of success executing media relations programs with strong media contacts
  • Digital & social media savvy
  • Superb writing and editing skills
  • Skilled storyteller with the ability to pitch proactively, build media relationships and find and engage a target audience through both traditional and new media
  • Proactive team player with a positive, can-do attitude
  • Exceptional time management skills with the ability to meet deadlines
  • Passion, integrity, and excitement for working with fabulous teams and clients

What’s in it for you?

  • Competitive benefits package—including PTO/vacation allotment, 401(k) matching, full medical insurance, and more
  • New business commission potential
  • A career working with and influencing bold, creative teams and client accounts
  • An inspiring, passionate, driven, fun, and creative office culture
  • Strong leadership with a focus on entrepreneurial thinking, training, and mentoring to help you grow, expand your skills, and become your professional best

To apply, please email Tracy Tilson, APR, at

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Part Time Communications Manager – New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute

The New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute is hiring a Communications Manager to enhance the organization’s efforts to communicate its research to broader audiences, to design and implement strategies to expand communications efforts, and to increase engagement with partners and organizations who use NHFPI’s work.

Founded in 2009, the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute (NHFPI) is an independent, non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to exploring, developing, and promoting public policies that foster economic opportunity and prosperity for all New Hampshire residents, with an emphasis on low- and moderate-income families and individuals. NHFPI is highly regarded as a valuable source of independent research and information on state policy and economic issues. NHFPI is an established and growing organization dedicated to improving public policy that supports the health, wellbeing, and economic security of low- and moderate-income residents, including families, children, and historically disadvantaged and underserved populations.

The Communications Manager will be an integral part of NHFPI’s dynamic and high-performing team, and will lead efforts to ensure NHFPI’s work reaches a wide range of audiences. The Communications Manager will work collaboratively with NHFPI’s entire team to ensure high standards of quality for all materials as well as a consistent voice and brand across all communications. This position will work closely with the Executive Director to develop and implement strategic communications plans and to strengthen and expand organizational partnerships. The ideal candidate has the ability to understand and distill complex information in a clear and compelling way, and a strong passion for the important role public policy can play in creating a more just and equitable Granite State.

NHFPI’s office is located in the heart of downtown Concord, across the street from the State House and near many of the state’s natural and cultural amenities. NHFPI offers a hybrid work model featuring a mix of in-office and remote work, and the ability to tailor your schedule.

The Communications Manager’s primary responsibilities include:

Write compelling content and provide editing support – write compelling and engaging content for print and digital communication, including blog posts, articles, columns, newsletters, event and publication promotion, and other written material; provide editing and proofreading support for all NHFPI publications, including reports, issue briefs, fact sheets, and blogs, as well as presentations and infographics; ensure complex material is distilled and conveyed in clear, accurate, and digestible forms; draft donor and stakeholder letters, and other organizational communication materials.

Manage publication projects – provide essential coordination among team members to keep projects on scheduled timelines and ensure all related components are in place; manage coordination of multiple projects on varied and overlapping publication schedules; coordinate completion of any post-publication tasks.

Develop and execute project communication plans – coordinate targeted content distribution to key audiences via digital and mail communication; manage coordinated communication across digital platforms, including email, social media, and website; perform communications research and monitor the progress of communications strategies.

Manage media relations – disseminate NHFPI publications and resources to media; maintain and regularly update media contact lists; build and maintain strong working relationships with reporters, editors, and producers; maintain working knowledge of NHFPI resources and publications to respond to inquiries; coordinate media interviews and press briefings; proactively seek opportunities to contribute to and shape conversations; monitor NHFPI news coverage and coverage of topics of interest to the organization’s work.

Manage website – serve as the primary point person for NHFPI’s website; post and coordinate content in collaboration with team members; perform maintenance updates; monitor website analytics and seek opportunities to improve the reach of NHFPI content.

Develop and implement plan to increase readership and audience engagement – assist with expanding and segmenting mail and email contact lists; monitor analytics for website, email, and social media channels and analyze reports for insights; implement strategies to increase engagement and expand audiences.

Additional responsibilities include:

  • Ensure consistency of NHFPI brand standards across all materials and communications
  • Assist with efforts to evaluate and demonstrate impact of NHFPI’s work through surveys and outreach
  • Manage online and in-person events and convenings, and assist with securing event sponsorships
  • Coach and assist team members on improving communication and presentation skills
  • Collaborate with colleagues to develop engaging graphics and visuals
  • Assist with design of publications, newsletters, and other communication materials as needed
  • Support efforts to expand use of video, podcast, and interactive data visualization tools

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Exceptional written and oral communications skills
  • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in communications, journalism, public policy, or a related field
  • At least two years of professional experience in communications, journalism, or a related role
  • Careful attention to detail and commitment to excellence
  • Experience managing multi-faceted projects from concept to completion
  • Strong computer skills and a high degree of comfort with technology
  • Experience managing WordPress websites
  • The ability to be self-motivated, organized, and adaptable; to work both independently and as part of a team; to prioritize and manage multiple tasks; and to complete tasks under time constraints
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills and ability to communicate across differences
  • A strong commitment to social and economic justice and to NHFPI’s mission

The Communications Manager is a part-time/exempt 60% FTE position and reports to the Executive Director.

NHFPI offers a competitive compensation package, including retirement benefits, paid holidays, and paid vacation, as well as the ability to accommodate a flexible work schedule.

The salary range for this position is $35,000 – $40,000 based on experience and qualifications.

Applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, and two writing samples to, with the subject line “Communications Manager.” No phone calls, please.

Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply by Friday, December 10. Initial interviews will commence the week of December 13. The position will remain open until filled.

The New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, or any other basis. NHFPI is fully committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and encourages candidates with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply for this position.

Apply today!