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Northeast Utilities Manchester, NH, 03101
POSITION DESCRIPTION: The New Hampshire Revenue Requirements department is responsible for all regulatory activity affecting the financial requirements of Northeast Utilities’ operating companies located in New Hampshire. The successful candidate will report directly to the Manager of New Hampshire Revenue Requirements and will serve as a core member of the team, with responsibilities that includ...
Northeast Utilities Manchester, NH, 03101
POSITION DESCRIPTION: The New Hampshire Revenue Requirements department is responsible for all regulatory activity affecting the financial requirements of Northeast Utilities’ operating companies located in New Hampshire. The successful candidate will report directly to the Manager of New Hampshire Revenue Requirements and will serve as a core member of the team, with responsibilities that includ...
COMPANY DESCRIPTION GOSS INTERNATIONAL supplies presses and finishing systems – including the most automated and productive web offset presses in the world – for magazine, newspaper, packaging, catalog, direct mail and other printing applications. The company is differentiated by its printing process knowledge, engineering expertise, high-tech industrial manufacturing capabilities and ability to ...

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Commission Analyst

Salaries

$27,040.00 - $93,600.00
Typical Salary for Commission Analyst in New Hampshire
(24 Respondents)
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Education / Training

Bachelor's
53.3%
Some College Coursework Completed
26.7%
Certification
6.7%
Associates
6.7%
Master's
6.7%
(15 Respondents)
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