Employment - Littleton Coin Company
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Employment Opportunities

Littleton Coin Company is a family owned and operated business enjoying strong and steady growth since 1945. We currently employ over 300 area residents in a variety of interesting and challenging full and part-time positions. Our facility provides a clean, comfortable and friendly office environment in which to work.

For an up-to-date listing of available employment opportunities
at Littleton Coin Company, call our Jobline at (603) 444-4200

Current Openings – Updated

Coin Grader Trainee - Coin Processing (Full Time, Day, Hourly)

Inspects and assesses incoming coins to make purchase recommendations based on established company standards and quality guidelines. Processes incoming dealer shipments and separates coins recommended for purchase from coins recommended for return. Responsible for accurate identification of all coin types, mint marks and varieties utilizing company reference guides. Prepares coins for grading through verification of shipment contents and invoice price, and organization of material in invoice order.

The qualified applicant will possess a high school degree, as well as 1-3 years of specialized training provided by the company. Strong decision making and analytical skills are required, along with high concentration and retention abilities. Accuracy, attention to detail, 20/20 corrected vision, and good communication skills are needed. Must be able to sit all day performing repetitious work, lift up to 35 pounds, and meet production deadlines.

Coin Processor I - Coin Buying/Processing (Full Time, Day, Hourly)

Working in a team environment, you will inspect and assess incoming bulk shipments of coins to make purchase or return recommendations based on established company standards, and to meet individual and team standards for accuracy and productivity. You will sort coins by type, date, mint mark and variety, assign basic grades to suitable circulated material, and inspect the packaging of modern issues. You'll receive daily guidance, supervision and coaching as you develop technical expertise and proficiency through our training program materials and resources.

Qualified applicants will have a high school diploma plus provided additional specialized training, and some employment experience with production work a plus. You must have 20/20 corrected vision with intact color discrimination, good math skills and numerical retention, and strong decision-making ability. You should be able to perform repetitious work all day and lift up to 35 pounds unassisted. You will also need a high level of concentration, accuracy and consistency.

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