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Communication Coordinator-NH AHA
This position is located in our CONCORD office. The Communication Coordinator is responsible for implementing the communication strategies of the NH Alliance for Healthy Aging (AHA) (www.nhaha.info). The position is a 3 year, part-time (20 hours a week) grant funded position. The Communication Coordinator is expected to work closely with all entities within the NH Alliance for Healthy Aging to identify content, coordinate media outreach and communication activities and ensure consistent messaging.
Web Services Manager
Under the supervision of the Associate Director, the Web Services Manager oversees the IOD's portfolio of web assets, ensures they are performing optimally, and develops new web-based solutions that advance the communications and dissemination capacities of the IOD with a strong emphasis on user experience and accessibility.
Project Research Specialist
Under the direction of the Principal Investigator, this position will provide research support in the form of data analysis, literature reviews, preparation of reports, data briefs, and journal manuscripts, and other duties as assigned to meet grant-funded project deliverables and advance research related to disability, public health, and employment.
Project Manager - UNH-4U
The University of New Hampshire Institute on Disability seeks a part-time Project Manager to assist with the development and implementation of the UNH-4U inclusive post-secondary program for young adults with intellectual disabilities at the UNH-Durham campus. The program is designed to provide students with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to participate in the academic, residential, social, and cultural experiences offered by the College, with appropriate support for success. The Project Manager will collaborate with faculty and organizations across campus and beyond to promote the inclusion and success of UNH-4U students in all facets of campus life, and to extend the benefits of the inclusive experience for all members of the campus community.
The University of New Hampshire (UNH), the state’s land-, sea-, and space-grant institution and its only public research university, seeks a dynamic leader who will collaboratively and skillfully serve as the Director of the Institute on Disability (IOD). The Director will work closely with the Dean of the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS), other College Deans and Academic Leaders, the IOD Management Team, and state leaders to ensure that the vision, mission, and goals of the IOD are realized.
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