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NHLA Seeking New Business Manager

NHLA By-Laws

Why Trees Grow Where They Do in NH Forests

 

NHLA Seeking New Business Manager

NHLA recently updated The New Hampshire Landscape Association is seeking an individual to serve as the Business Manager for our organization.The Business Manager is responsible for the overall administration of the Association under the direction of the Board of Directors. The Business Manager is a contracted paid position and not an employee of the NHLA. The Business Manager is expected to provide his/her own workspace. Equipment and supplies needed for the position will be supplied by the Association. 

Duties include, but are not limited to, membership billing and receivables, database management, fiscal management, and day to day management of the Association. Prepare information for the Board of Directors and attend monthly meetings of the Board. Yearly budget preparation and monitoring. Receive bills, process, and send to the Sec./Treas. for payment. Support of the sub-committees of the Board as needed. Regular contact and support of the other NHLA contractors. 

Maintenance and storage of all NHLA equipment, supplies and files. Position requires strong organizational skills.?Please respond with a letter of interest and resume by December 23, 2016. Send all inquiries to nhla@comcast.net.

NHLA By-Laws

NHLA recently updated its By-Laws. You may view a copy here.

 

Why Trees Grow Where They Do in NH Forests

This is the book referred to by Jon Batson in his article, Bonsais: Circus of Trees and Every Thirty-Five Feet in the May 2010 NHLA Newsletter. It is divided into three files due to size.
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3