There are many severe winter weather conditions that New Hampshire is subject to each year, in addition to the ever-present risk of industrial disaster. As a result, an effective emergency management team has been developed to respond to emergency and disaster situations in the state.<!- mfunc feat_school ->
The emergency management agencies in New Hampshire’s counties and major cities support many different positions, each offering a competitive salary that will be based on factors such as the amount of experience and training the job requires, the location in the state and the amount of risk and responsibility that is associated with the position.<!- mfunc search_btn -> <!- /mfunc search_btn ->
New Hampshire’s emergency management directors can expect to earn the following salaries, which vary based on where in the state these professionals are located:
- Haverhill: Annual salary- $69,000
- Salem: Annual salary- $86,000
- Manchester: Annual salary- $84,000
- Nashua: Annual salary- $87,000
- East Concord: Annual salary- $84,000
- Concord: Annual salary- $83,000
- Derry Village: Annual salary- $83,000
The statewide average salary for emergency management directors in New Hampshire is $83,000. This information was found by compiling job postings and drawing from other sources to find an approximation of expected earnings and was provided courtesy of indeed.com.
There are approximately 150 hazardous material workers that serve local governments and industries throughout the state. Salaries for these professionals are shown below courtesy of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).