A vacancy exists in the Circulation Department for a part-time Driver. This position is responsible for providing outstanding customer service by ensuring all newspaper deliveries within multiple areas are timely and within established standards. This includes responding to customer complaints and resolving delivery problems.
Early morning and/or weekend hours. Shift begins at 2:00 a.m. Up to 28 hours per week. $15 per hour plus mileage and phone reimbursement.
• Familiarity with a smart phone and/or tablet technologies.
• Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment to achieve goals and complete work on time. Good interpersonal, communication and customer service.
• Valid driver's license with a good driving record, reliable transportation and current auto insurance. Good map-reading skills.
• Must be capable of lifting up to 30 pounds.
Benefits include paid vacation, sick and holiday time.
Contact: Sarah Neveu
About this company
The New Hampshire Union Leader is the daily newspaper of Manchester, the largest city in the U.S. state of New Hampshire. On Sundays, it publishes as the New Hampshire Sunday News.
Founded in 1863, the paper was best known for the conservative political opinions of its late publisher, William Loeb, and his wife, Elizabeth Scripps "Nackey" Loeb. Famously, the paper helped derail Maine Senator Edmund Muskie's bid for the 1972 Democratic presidential nomination by criticizing Muskie's wife, Jane, in editorials, leading him to defend her in a press conference that had a clear and measured negative effect on voter perceptions of him in the state. (See also: Canuck letter.)
Over the decades, the Loebs gained considerable influence, and helped shape New Hampshire's political landscape. In 2000, after Nackey's death on January 8, Joseph McQuaid, the son and nephew of the founders of the New Hampshire Sunday News, Bernard J. and Elias McQuaid, took over as publisher.
Location/Region: Manchester, NH