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Community Based Program Clinician

Spaulding Youth Center

Spaulding Youth Center, located on a spacious campus in Northfield, NH, is a nonprofit dedicated to improving and enriching the lives of emotionally and/or intellectually challenged children, youth and their families. We seek talented people to join our professional staff who are committed to helping children and youth with autism, or neurological and behavioral challenges to achieve their full potential.

Benefits:
Health, life and LTD coverage begins on the first of the month following completion of sixty (60) calendar days from the date of the employee's first day of work; Excellent leave time benefits, Voluntary and Employer-paid Retirment 403(B) program, Employee Assistance Program (EAP),Credit Union participation, Direct Deposit; Wellness program and other voluntary insurance & STD opportunities.

 


We are seeking an energetic, enthusiastic, and innovative individual to join our Community Based Program team as a Clinician. Clinicians accomplish the client’s care by assessing treatment needs, developing, monitoring and evaluating treatment plans, and providing other clinical services to youth and families within the community. Work independently as well as part of a team. Excellent communication skills, report writing, organization, and flexibility are essential. This position requires client/family transportation, attendance at court hearings and other meetings as /they pertain to the case. Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, or other related degree. State of NH clinical certification/License or License eligible preferred.

How to Apply:

To apply for this position, please go to our website at www.spauldingyouthcenter.org to print out and complete our employment application form for submission along with your resume.

Job Location:

Northfield

Date Added: November 24, 2018

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