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Clinician

NFI North

NFI North's mission is to inspire and to empower people to achieve their potential so they can live successfully in their own home and own community.

NFI North, Inc., a nonprofit human service agency operating programs in the states of Maine and New Hampshire. We provide community based services ranging from counseling, in-home support and case management to special education and residential treatment.


NFI North Array of Services is seeking a skilled Clinician to provide individual and family therapy and support services for children and adolescents and their families in the northen region of New Hampshire.

This is a unique position in NFI's expanding service array working with an integrated team that provides a wide array of therapeutic services to youth and families throughout the North Country Community.  NFI's mission is to inspire and empower people to reach their full potential so they can live successfully within their home and community.  We have helped those at risk to achieve amazing results such as finding joy in their life, having fun together and developing meaningful relationships and employment.

NFI North's Davenport Program Clinicians work as part of our clinical team.  We have a Clinical Coordinator, two therapists and three clinical case managers that support the treatment component of our program. We specialize in a strength based approach using evidence based practices, multi systemic teams and have lots of fun doing serious work.

NFI North offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefit package including health and dental insurance, generous time off including three weeks paid vacation plus sick and holiday time, tuition reimbursement, retirement match, excellent training and career growth.

NFI North is a proud partner with Southern New Hampshire University's (SNHU) College for America. Not only do we offer our employees access at incredibly low and affordable rates, you can also enroll your immediate family members.

Requirements:

Master's Degree in social work, psychology or related field required as well as have experience working with youth and families. NH license preferred.  We assist those seeking licensure with supervision and training while employed with us.

Salary is $46K or higher based on education, experience and credentials.  Consideration given to part time or full time candidates.

Responsibilities:

Our Clinicians provide clinical services and case management including intake/discharge, assessment and treatment planning, staff training and supervision, collateral contacts and coordination of treatment services with youth, family and service providers, crisis intervention and outreach services, counseling and on-call on a rotating basis.

This position provides in home services to youth and families participating in our Davenport School and Array of community based services.  This includes a flexible schedule with some weekends and evenings to conduct individual and family therapy.  Reliable transportation needed for travel as indicated.

How to Apply:

Please send cover letter and resume to nfinorthhr@nafi.com

EOE/AA

Job Location:

Jefferson

Date Added: November 5, 2019

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