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Registered Nurse

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 is seeking Registered Nurses to work with our medical team at our largest Transitional Housing Progam in Concord, NH.  This program includes 6 group homes and a partial hospitalization (day) program on the grounds of NH Hospital and provides clinical, medical, vocational and residential services to adult men and women living with mental health challenges and working towards independent living. Our goal is to help individuals sucessfully transition into the community while maintaining their independence in the least restrictive environment possible. We have a warm, mutli-cultural environment that is open and welcoming for our staff and participatns alike.

NFI North offers competitive salaries and environments that allow for creativity, a sense of empowerment and many opportunities for advancement. We offer comprehensive health and dental insurance and generous time off plan including three weeks paid vacation and additional sick and holiday time, we also offer 4 day work weeks (10 hour days) at varying shifts - we are flexible and work to help find hours that will work best for you and our team. We have a robust benefits plan which includes tuition reimbusement, retirement match, and various discounts for purchases in addition to excellent training and a supportive work environment.

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.


Degree of Registered Nurse, experience with the program population preferred. We offer CEUs, pay for certification, ongoing professional development and training onsite and online and pay for all license fees.


Responsible for assisting our psychiatrist and medical team with the planning and implementation of medical and psychiatric nursing care for our participants. We provide direct medical and psychiatric nursing care, nursing assessment of program participants, medical documentation and record keeping, medication administration and responsibility for program medical supplies.  Must be willing to become a CPR/First Aid Trainer.  This position has on-call responsibilities. Our programs are small and we work as a team that offers flexiblity and colleague support. We emphasize caring for others as well as self-care in an environment rich with opportunity and growth.

How to Apply:

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Date Added: May 6, 2020

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