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Resource Coordinator (Transition)

Lakes Region Community Services

Lakes Region Community Services has served the diverse needs of individuals and families for over 35 years residing in the greater Lakes Region of New Hampshire.

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Lakes Region Community Services is currently accepting applications for a full time Resource Coordinator to coordinate supports and services for individuals with developmental disabilities or acquired brain injuries and their families. Duties include but are not limited to: facilitate team meetings, write service agreements, provide advocacy, act as a community liaison, develop natural supports and coordinate referrals/connections to other programs within LRCS. Transitional Resource Coordinators are responsible for coordinating and communicating with various school districts regarding Special Education Plans, being familiar with In-Home Supports requirements through the Bureau of Developmental Services, and being knowledgeable about transitional services into adulthood, among other things. Resource Coordinators are also responsible for assisting in necessary assessments, providing direct support as needed and participating in agency, community and state committees as appropriate.

Knowledge of the Lakes Region, ability to self-manage, excellent communication (both written and oral), time management and organizational skills are required. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in a related field, prior experience with developmental disabilities, knowledge of IEPs and 504 Plans, typing and computer skills, a valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle and automobile insurance. 

How to Apply:

Interested candidates may send resume to:

Jessica Littizzio, Human Resources Coordinator and Recruiter


P.O. Box 509

Laconia, NH 03247


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Date Added: September 29, 2020

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