The New Hampshire Bar Association, a 7,500+ member organization located in Concord, NH, seeks an executive director and CEO.
The Executive Director is the chief operating officer and active managing executive for the NHBA and its affiliates. The Executive Director reports to the NHBA Board of Governors
Key responsibilities include:
Responsibility for oversight and management of all operations, programs and services of the Bar Association and its affiliates
Managing a multi-million dollar budget
Managing 40 member staff and operations
Full job descriptioin can be seen at https://www.nhbar.org/about-the-bar-2/nhba-careers/
Submit a cover letter and resume, preferably electronically, to:
Or by mail to:
Denice M. DeStefano Acting Executive Director New Hampshire Bar Association 2 Pillsbury St., Ste. 300 Concord, NH 03301
Juris doctorate preferred, but not required. Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in business administration, communications, public relations, public administration or related field
Minimum five years of work experience focused on organizational management, legal administration, non-profit management, business or membership services
Solid leadership and management experience
Excellent interpersonal communications and collaborative skills
Strong organizational abilities
Financial and budgetary knowledge
Additional Salary Information: Will be set based on qualifications and experience.
About New Hampshire Bar Association
The NH Bar Association is a statewide professional association that supports members of the legal profession and their service to the public and justice system. The NHBA is a unified bar association, meaning that bar association membership is mandatory for all those licensed to practice law in the State of New Hampshire. In addition to providing an array of services and benefits to its members, the NH Bar Association facilitates open and continuing dialogue among lawyers, the courts and other justice system stakeholders while acting as a resource for all those interested in advancing a just society.
The Bar Association also works to increase access to justice in New Hampshire through its support of the NHBA Pro Bono Referral Program, which matches qualified unrepresented parties with volunteer lawyers in a variety of cases, and its relationship with the NH Bar Foundation.