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    SHRA is pleased to offer a Job Postings section to help connect members who are looking for new opportunities with companies who are looking for their next team member. Use the form below to submit your job posting or job seeking ad. All notices may be posted for 30 days and renewed as needed.

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    Job Title: Head of Talent and Culture
    Company: Minim
    Location: Manchester, NH


    Meet Minim.  We’re new, our reach is global, and we’re on a mission to make home WiFi as safe and reliable as drinking water.  Our AI-driven platform helps businesses manage and secure home networks, something absolutely critical for remote workers around the globe. We believe team diversity will make us stronger.  Sharing varied perspectives will help us better solve problems and understand our customers.  If you’d like to help us create an inclusive culture, we’re eager to meet you!

    We’re looking for a Head of Talent and Culture to lead sourcing and hiring staff, administering pay and benefits, leave, creating policies and practices that match our philosophy and approach, and ensuring our culture is inclusive, innovative and welcoming so we can attract and retain the best talent around. 

    What are we looking for?  Someone with a BA/BS in Human Resources, Business Administration or related, and three to five years’ HR generalist experience.  Experience with HRIS/ATS systems necessary.  An HR certification (PHR/SPHR, SHRM CP/SCP) is desirable.  Most important are excellent communication, conflict resolution, analytical, and problem-solving skills.  Integrity and creativity are essential. 

    If you are an excellent candidate and interesting in joining us, please email your resume and cover letter to by Friday, October 23, 2020.

    Job Title: Member of the Board of Trustees (Volunteer)
    Company: Seacoast Repertory Theatre
    Location: Portsmouth, NH


    We are seeking a Human Resources Professional to join our volunteer Board. We are an active Board, and an HR Professional would be a welcome addition to the areas of expertise we currently represent.

    MISSION: The Seacoast Repertory Theatre is committed to the cultural richness of the Seacoast region through the shared experience of live theatre and its youth, teen, and senior educational programs. We contribute by producing creative, thoughtful, and high quality year-round programming as well as collaborating with like-minded arts and cultural organizations.

    VISION: We create a passion for live theater in the Seacoast that nourishes young and old alike.

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    The Board supports the work of the SRT and provides mission-based leadership and strategic governance.  While day-to-day operations are led by the Executive Director, the Board will provide critical oversight for all activities. Specific Board Trustee responsibilities include:

    Leadership, Governance, and Oversight

    • Serving as a trusted advisor to the Executive Director as to develop and implement the SRT’s strategic plan
    • Reviewing outcomes and metrics created by the Executive Director and Board for evaluating the organization’s impact, performance and effectiveness, using those metrics; reviewing agenda and supporting materials prior to Board and committee meetings
    • Overseeing the SRT’s annual budget and material business decisions; being informed of, and meeting all legal and fiduciary responsibilities
    • Contributing to the annual performance evaluation of the Executive Director
    • Partnering with the Executive Director and other Board members to ensure that Board resolutions are carried out
    • Serving on committees or task forces and taking on special assignments
    • Representing the SRT to stakeholders and acting as an ambassador for the organization
    • Ensuring the SRT’s commitment to a diverse Board and staff that reflects the communities it serves


    Board members will consider the SRT a philanthropic priority and make annual gifts commensurate with their financial means.  This allows the SRT to credibly solicit contributions from foundations, organizations, businesses, and individuals.  The SRT expects to have 100 percent of its Board Members make an annual contribution and/or personally fundraise to support the theater. 

    The SRT Trustees will serve a three-year term and will be eligible for re-appointment for one additional term.  Board meetings are held on the third Thursday of every month from 4:30PM – 6:00PM in Portsmouth, NH or via Zoom.  Committee meetings are held at varying times throughout the month, quarter, and year, based on need and scheduled at the convenience of the committee chair and members.


    This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who is passionate about the SRT’s mission.  We are looking for Board Members with an enthusiasm and energy to contribute and who have demonstrated leadership in business, government, philanthropy, or other organizations.  Previous Board experience is not required but welcomed.  Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a passion for contributing to the Seacoast and a community gem is a must! Service on the SRT Board of Trustees is without remuneration. Additional opportunities for involvement are also available on various SRT committees without having to join the Board of Trustees.

    If you are interested in the position or getting involved and want additional information, please email Lin Tamulonis at