Work Opportunities Unlimited’s Courtney Rainie Promoted to Director

Rainie leading organization’s Concord, N.H. market

DOVER, N.H., October 23, 2018—Work Opportunities Unlimited (WOU), a community-based employment service provider specializing in placing job seekers who experience barriers to employment, is pleased to announce Courtney Rainie successfully completed the organization’s Director-in-Training Program and has been named director of WOU’s Concord market.

Rainie joined WOU in June of 2011 as a career resource specialist and was promoted to team leader later that year. She entered the Director-in-Training Program in August of 2015, overseeing the Manchester market’s various teams that provided school students with pre-employment transition services and adult clients in supported employment program.

As director, Rainie will ensure each client is achieving his or her individual goals by assisting her team in maintaining quality services and working with local area agencies in identifying potential clients that would benefit from the organization’s services. Rainie replaces Scott Niemczura, former director of WOU’s Concord market, who shifted to his current role as director of the organization’s new Springfield, Massachusetts office.

“Since joining WOU Courtney has exhibited the client focus and leadership skills reflecting the core values of WOU,” commented WOU Director Alexander Lange.  “These qualities, combined with her energy, ensure she will have a significant positive impact in the Concord market.”

Originally born in Camarillo, California, Rainie earned a bachelor’s degree in social studies education from Rivier College in Nashua. She is a member of the Mill Brook School PTA and serves on the PTA board as the volunteer coordinator.


About Work Opportunities Unlimited

Founded in 1982 and headquartered in Dover, N.H. with operations throughout the eastern United States, Work Opportunities Unlimited (WOU) is a community-based employment service provider specializing in placing job seekers who experience barriers to employment. The company has grown from one person to a workforce of hundreds that serves thousands of adults and students annually. In addition to private citizens, WOU provides services to individuals referred by school districts, vocational rehabilitation programs, development disability agencies, the Massachusetts Departments of Mental Health, Transitional Assistance, and Children and Families, as well as the U.S. Social Security Administration through the Ticket to Work program. For information, visit

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Ryan P. Mountain, Vice President

Work Opportunities Unlimited