Northeast Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services

Career Opportunities

Check back here often for open positions within our organization.

Ongoing Opportunities
We are always searching for qualified providers to join our outreach team through contract opportunities. Some of our biggest needs include educational interpreters, SLPs, Listening and Spoken Language Specialists and communication facilitators. Please reach out to us if you are interested in learning more!


Administrative Assistant 

Northeast Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, Inc. seeks a highly collaborative, organized and friendly administrative assistant.

When: Weekday Business Hours
Type: Full or part time

Job Responsibilities and Requirements

Information and Referral Duties:

  • Answering all modes of incoming office communication (phone, email, TTY, Videophone, and walk-ins) and ensuring continuity and timely follow-up care
  • Locating and consulting appropriate resources to meet service coordination requests, and making proper referrals
  • Ensuring data is accurately entered into client database in a timely manner
  • Maintain Community Donor Lists
  • Updating and expanding resource lists
  • Networking with other staff, volunteers, and partner community agencies as needed
  • Posting all new events on the in-house bulletin board and online platforms
  • Recording staff meeting minutes and making them available in a timely manner
  • Coordinating mail disbursement- outgoing and incoming
  • Maintaining room reservation schedule
  • Maintaining invoice reports for bookkeeper
  • Updating the NDHHS Facebook page, website as directed and requested by Executive Director and other office staff

Executive Assistant Duties:

  • Providing administrative support to the ED
  • General correspondence, in a timely manner, as assigned
  • Including: thank you notes, follow-up letters, sympathy cards, flowers
  • Assisting gin meeting preparations as requested
  • Other various projects

General Support to Staff Duties:

  • Coordinating Newsletter development and distribution
  • Special Service Support tracking logs
  • Coordinating Annual Letter logistics and distribution
  • Collaborating with staff for annual Working Together Conference
  • Collaborating with staff for Annual Fundraiser
  • Ensuring that the office and the office equipment are maintained and fictional


  • Skilled-level of expressive/receptive ASL skills required
  • Knowledge of NH Deaf Culture and history
  • Competent networking ability within Deaf and ASL communities, friendly and welcoming demeanor
  • Good interpersonal communication skills
  • Collaborative and team participant attitude
  • General awareness of Deaf/HOH and human services provided in local and regional areas.
  • Associate’s degree required, Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Willingness to cross-train throughout organization’s departments

Compensation: TBD dependent on qualifications and experience. Benefits eligible for full-time employees (37.5 hrs/wk.)

Interested? Please email your resume and three letters of reference to to or


Reach out to us today, we will be happy to help! 

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