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Auction Fundraising Assistant
Full-Time with Benefits

NHPBS is looking to fill a position in the Auction Department.  This is a full time, hourly position (non-exempt) with benefits.  If you have the desire to work in a fun, fast paced environment and would like to join an exceptional fundraising team then please submit your application and resume today! 

Position Overview
The Auction Fundraising Assistant reports to the Auction Manager and provides support for the Annual Spring and Holiday Online Auctions.
General Duties and Responsibilities

  • Coordinate and assist with solicitation and promotion of all Auction donations.
  • Assist Auction Manager with coordination of Spring and Holiday Online Auctions.
  • Learning the auction software or research new software program if necessary.
  • Working on increasing the donor lists and database.
  • Coordinating the receiving and processing of donations.
  • Provide materials to the marketing, production, and development teams for promotion of the Spring and Online Auctions.
  • Assist Auction Manager in maintaining positive working relationships with all departments who play a role in Auction’s success.
  • Communicate with volunteers to provide detail and information as to their roles during Auction.
  • Coordinate processing, and pick-up days for Spring and Holiday online Auctions.
  • Provide general office duties including, but not limited to, professional courteous customer service to all constituents, compose correspondence, and assist with mailings including creation of Volunteer Newsletter and Auction e-promotion.
  • Assist with development events if necessary.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Excellent communication skills (internal, external & electronic) including public relations, donor relations and sales experience.
  • Ability to multitask and exceptional organizational skills.
  • Computer skills including Oracle, Word, Excel & Access, html code as relates to online Auction using Auction Anything software.
  • Experience working with volunteers.
  • Passion for public media, PBS and NHPBS including a belief in its mission and services
  • Valid Driver’s license

Qualified applicants who wish to apply may submit a resume and cover letter to: Business Office, re: Auction Assistant,  New Hampshire Public Broadcasting, 268 Mast Road, Durham, NH 03824OR via email to jobs@nhpbs.org

Educational Engagement and Impact Producer
Freelance – Project Specific (grant funded opportunity)

NHPBS is seeking an Educational Engagement and Impact Producer to support engagement around a new documentary – Pandemic at Patuxet. The documentary explores a centuries-old pandemic among New England’s Native American population and the impact it’s having on Native populations today.

Broadcast date is November 2021. The contract engagement reporter will coordinate educational outreach materials, create a discussion guide, organize and produce screenings and support development of the website. The Engagement and Impact producer will also develop a metrics plan, track and communicate the project’s reach and effectiveness.

This is a part-time; grant funded contracted position for four to six months.  

Essential Functions of the Position Include:

  • Outreach to New England Native American community members, scholars, libraries, museums and community organizations
  • Familiarity with Native American history and culture
  • Develop educational content in collaboration with community members
  • Plan and present one statewide screening and facilitate distribution of the documentary for school, library and community member use
  • Collect and curate resources for inclusion on website and in social media
  • Capture project metrics
  • Responsible for building relationships with diverse communities across New Hampshire
  • Responsible for creating engagement opportunities to promote discussion online, in person (when possible again) and in storytelling formats.
  • Moderating community discussions, online and through in-person events
  • Solicit and manages commentary submissions from community members
  • Continuously looking for ways to engage across existing, new and emerging platforms
  • Ability to work remotely, travel as necessary including to NHPBS studio in Durham, NH as needed.

 Expected skills and ability for the job include:

  • Associates or Bachelor’s degree in history, communications, journalism or equivalent experience.
  • At least one year of experience in developing educational materials for schools, museums and other venues.
  • Organizational and planning skills that allow for successful multi-tasking in a deadline-driven, collaborative environment.
  • Advanced writing, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of audience analytical tools and social media strategies to grow and engage audiences.
  • Self-motivated.
  • Knowledge of PBS and journalistic principles of ethical conduct.
  • Audio and video storytelling a plus.
  • Preference will be given to candidates residing in New Hampshire and surrounding states.

 Candidates should send a cover letter, resume and links to previous project work to jobs@nhpbs.org ; use Pandemic at Patuxet in the subject line.


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