This is a seasonal job managing a State Park on NH Seacoast.
Park Manager, Hampton Beach State Park (Current Employee) – Hampton, NH – October 25, 2018
Being a seasonal job April through October, you hit the ground running to get the park and grounds ready. A typical day would include opening a day use area, overseeing the operation of 2 retail locations, and management of an RV Park. At the end of a day, cash reporting, and reviewing scheduled events for the next day. The days are long, but rewarding. Working outside has many benefits, and working with patrons of the park has it's rewards as well. The hardest part of the job is finding help for seasonal positions.
Working outside, fair pay, and the job comes with an RV site.
Long hours, living on site makes you a "captive audience". Benefits are available, but paid for by employee.
Highway Maintainer II (Current Employee) – Hooksett, NH – November 3, 2018
The work at this job is not terrible, although the conditions make it more difficult. Combined with the awful culture and shady upper management, the low compensation and the lack of collaboration, it is not surprising to see such a vast number of job openings recently.
Health & Human Services (Former Employee) – Concord, NH – September 17, 2018
Very poor management at most agencies. You can throw a dart at a dartboard and get the same results at any agency you work for. Please understand, the decision to work for the state has been the worst of my life, and has and will be and never change. Management is poor, too strict and then too loose, the management encroaches on everything you do, then they leave you alone forever and say you haven't done any work. The management doesn't know whether they are coming or going anywhere! Have you ever had 100 micro managers looking over your shoulders? That is what it's like working for state government. Often your good work is usurped by others, so that they can take credit for your good work. If you have a legitimate reason to take a day off, they verify until they find something wrong with your request. They take other peoples word, and not yours as truth. There are basically no careers at the state, in fact working for the state will probable make your career disappear. A lot of state workers openly waste taxpayer money by goofing off and then stabbing others in the back if you complain about their work/ethics. Long standing management protect the backs of those who don't work. Management practice or management style is of "fear" and "fear mongering" and they all perform it best. The actual work to do is really very minimal, unless your a "State Trooper" or a toll booth $ collector and those jobs are disappearing also. The entire workforce of appox 10K can be deduced to an estimate of 1K and the state could really save $$$$. The State is a huge example of "THEmore... GOOD OL BOYZ NETWORK IN ACTION" I'm really looking forward to going into the private sector.less
Cashier (Current Employee) – Hooksett, NH – July 17, 2018
Working for the state has it's ups and downs. Many of the part time people working do not get the leisure and gifts that full time people do. Only being able to work 28 hours a week with no benefits gets to you. If you are only looking for a part time with no benefits, then this job would fit you.
Adult Protective Social Worker III Remote (Current Employee) – Concord, NH – June 12, 2018
Rewarding job working with the most vulnerable population in New Hampshire. Supportive co-workers and community agencies. The hardest part of the job was the lack of resources which is where creativity is used and relied on in many situations
Probation and Parole Officer (Current Employee) – NH – May 6, 2018
If you are looking for an opportunity to work a lot of overtime, this is the place for you. Often forced due to staff shortages, the state prison will gratefully let you work 16 hours a day to include your weekends.
Can be great place to work depending on which Agency
Program Specialist IV, Financial Compliance (Former Employee) – Concord, NH 03301 – March 26, 2018
I was with the State for 20 years, had to take a year off for personal reasons. I worked my way up from a labor grade 5 to labor grade 25 so it you have initiative and desire you can learn a great deal and there are advancement opportunities
AUDITOR (Current Employee) – Concord, NH – March 2, 2018
They don't promote from within. It is very political. Instead of trying to promote those qualified the go outside. It is not very good for moral. They employees are not recognized for the good work they do.
Special Deputy Forest Fire Warden (Current Employee) – Milan, NH – February 9, 2018
Wildland / Special Deputy Fire Warden. Enforce burning laws. Public Education on fire prevention. Limited Fire Suppression, due to fuel type , and weather. Assists State Ranger's, and local Fire Dept.'s
What great Comradeship! We always conducted ourselves as one happy collective. The shop supervisor was like a Big Brother to us. He took care of every detail, all we had to do was follow his instruction. We were one team, with one goal and one leader! A Paradise for workers.
Accountant II (Current Employee) – Concord, NH – February 8, 2018
I work with a very good group of people, which makes coming to work every day enjoyable. I know my work expectations and complete my various tasks in a timely fashion without having to be told by management.