We have an immediate opening for a Pharmacy Technician in New London, New Hampshire!
In New London, trees have space to spread out; fields curve up and over the horizon. Draw a deep breath here in the hills, and you’ll start to remember the depths of your lungs. Or walk along Main Street, past Colby–Sawyer College, where the lifeblood of old maples plinks into metal buckets, and you’re reminded that tree tapping is mysterious and sap making is alchemy. Founded in 1779 and, at an elevation of more than 1,000 feet, trumpeted by its energetic Historical Society as “one of the highest towns in New Hampshire,” New London is also more than that, riddled with lakes and cradled in the arms of mountains: Sunapee, Ragged, Kearsarge. Main Street runs like a ribbon through this panorama. A pleasing New England mix of Capes, colonials, farmhouses, and Victorians, it’s anchored by two bookends of substance: the college to the south and the New London Barn Playhouse to the north. In between, and spreading out to the lakes and mountains, there’s a library in which to lose yourself, an in-town farm stand, a busy Historical Society, an arresting nature shop, a lake at the edge of town—even a quaking bog. All within easy reach of I-89, which speeds you off to various other diversions in all directions.