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Residential Counselor II

Crotched Mountain Foundation

Crotched Mountain Foundation is one of New Hampshire’s most iconic non-profit organizations. Since 1953, Crotched Mountain has provided ground-breaking services to children and adults with disabilities. Nestled on a breathtaking, 1,400-acre campus in Greenfield New Hampshire--with additional locations in Concord, Manchester, Portsmouth and elsewhere throughout the state--Crotched Mountain combines a rich history with a never ending pursuit of innovation to deliver premium services to the most vulnerable among us.

To instruct, supervise and assist residents with activities of daily living through daily routines and to carry out scheduled activities and programs. Tasks are performed under the supervision of Program Manager and Residential Counselor III in accordance with established Center policies/procedures.

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1. Be at least 21 years of age and;

2. Have a high school diploma or its equivalent and shall have at least one of the following pre-service training and education requirements:

a. An associate’s or higher degree or higher with a minimum of 12 credits in the field of Human Services, or other field related to residential care, awarded by a regionally accredited college or university;

b. The equivalent of two (2) years of full-time experience (3000 hours) working with children as a paid employee or as a volunteer (written documentation required).

c. Any combination of college credits in human services and experience with children that total two  (2) years, as follows:
i. Two (2) years of full time college equals 60 credits;
ii. Two (2) years of full time employment equals 3000 hours; and
iii. One (1) credit equals 50 hours of experience; or

d. Documentation of seven (7) years of parenting experience.

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Date Added: February 6, 2019

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