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Temporary Rubbish Collectors (10 Positions)
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POSITION: Temporary Rubbish Collectors (10 Positions)

Solid Waste Department

April - October

SALARY: $15.00 / hour; 40 hours/week (6:45 AM - 2:45 PM)


Perform heavy physical labor associated with solid waste collection, operations and sorting duties in all types of weather conditions.


Must be able to follow oral and written instructions, have a valid driver's license and good driving record, be at least 18 years of age, and in excellent physical condition.

Approved steel toe safety boots are required. This position is not subject to "pick up and go home".


Apply online at http://applitrack.com/nashua/onlineapp/

Applications accepted until positions are filled.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER - Recruiting practices shall be consistent with State and Federal Law (02/15/2019)

About Nashua, New Hampshire

With each passing year the church continues to make its own history. The purpose of this document was to present that history up to 1976. However, the 1976-77 church year has its events and accomplishments that should be mentioned here, if only in the briefest form. The Fellowship Room in the Parish House has been redecorated including a new rug, curtains, and a complete refurbishing. The redecorating this room was made possible through a financial gift from Marian Bradley Stevens and a gift of design services by Bliss Woodruff. Sue Baird was elected President of the Executive Committee, and is the first woman to hold position. Many members of the church have been active in the women's liberation movement, the church has supported many of their causes in financial and other ways. The Executive Committee of the church has six men and six women members. During this year a $1000.00 endowment fund was established in the church by Mr. And Philip Margolin, the income from which is to be used for a service project the church carries out at the New Hampshire Hospital in Concord, New Hampshire. Mr. and Mrs. Margolin were active in organizing this service for hospital patients. On June 5, 1977 the church voted to sell the Parsonage at 78 Concord Street, which has been the home of our ministers since 1920. This action has been taken in keeping with the present trend toward ministers owning their own homes. On June 26, 1977 the church observed the 150th anniversary of the dedication of the church edifice. Participants in the service included Sue Baird, President of the Executive Committee, M. Russell Leonard, Vice President of the Executive Committee, Eleanor Dorr, Anna Stearns, Philip Ellis Stevens and Donald Rowley, Minister. Six members of the church, who have been associated with the church for seventy five years, or more, were recognized at this celebration. They are Roland Burnham, Inez Harvey, Abbie Laton, Anna Stearns, Arthur Pierce, and Philip Ellis Stevens.

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