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School Social Worker

Southeastern Regional Education Service Center

Founded in 1974 SERESC’s focus has been innovation and excellence in education and professional practice and ensuring success for all children, youth and their families.  As a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization SERESC has a rich history and prides itself in working in partnership with educational communities, government agencies, business/industry and children, youth and families.

NH CEBIS at SERESC was established by the NHDOE in 2002 as a response to statewide priorities for (a) increasing the capacity of schools to create more positive, productive, and preventative learning environments, (2) decreasing rates of suspension, expulsions and dropping out of school, (3) increasing academic achievement, and (4) improving meaningful partnerships between schools and families. The Center’s mission is to foster the development of safe, caring, respectful schools where learning is a primary focus, and all members of the community, including students with emotional or behavioral disorders, are valued and experience success and joy each day. NH CEBIS is committed to the well-being of all NH’s Children. 

The New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions and Supports (NH CEBIS) provides support to schools, preschools, individuals and families to promote the development of positive culture and productive relationships. We do this by providing workshops, comprehensive programs and training resources and by fostering the development of effective teams and collaborative regional workgroups.

Seeking FT social worker for 2017-18 with skills in supporting students at risk and those with intensive social, emotional or behavioral needs and their families within a multi-tiered system of support. The role of the SW in this one year grant funded position includes working with individual students and families, being a member on multiple school-based multi-disciplinary teams, and running weekly skill-based intervention groups. The ideal candidate has experience in urban schools, an optimistic approach to social services, excellent, listening and collaboration skills, and skills in building and maintaining relationships with students, families, school personnel and community partners.  The position is 40 hours per week with some schedule flexibility. 

How to Apply:

If interested, please send cover letter and resume to:; If more information is needed, please contact Eric Mann at

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Date Added: August 28, 2017

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