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Program Director

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 is seeking a Program Director for our 8 bed Transitional Housing Program in Manchester, NH.  This is a new program due to our continued growth in NH.  This program is a residential treatment and day program with a progressive reputation of providing comprehensive clinical, vocational services and life skills to adults living with mental illness that are seeking independent living. Many of our participants get apartments and go to college with the support of our amazing staff team. 

Our Program Directors serve as part of the Agency's overall leadership team and help shape practice and policy throughout the organization. This person will be responsible to ensure that high-quality services and supports continue. This person will be responsible for all aspects of program operations as well as collaborate with the leadership of our satellite programs in Bradford, Bethlehem and Concord, NH.

Salary starts at $70,000 annually.

NFI North offers competitive salaries and environments that allow for creativity, a sense of empowerment and many opportunities for advancement. We offer exceptional training, career growth as well as a supportive work environment. Our benefits package includes comprehensive health and dental insurance and a vast selection of other voluntary benefit options. In addition our employees are provided generous time off plans including three weeks vacation and additional sick and holiday time. The agency also offers a match for the 403B plan and tuition reimbursement. 

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 immedate family members. 


Qualifications: Master's Degree in social work or counseling and a minimum of four years related service and management experience. Preferred experience is with client population with mental illness.


The selected candidate will be responsible for developing a management and staff team to assist them in all programmatic operations, clinical services, upholding licensing and Joint Commission requirements, coordination with State funding personnel, physical plant upkeep, fiscal management, record keeping, personnel development and oversight, training and supervision of staff. This position has rotating on-call responsibilities.

How to Apply:

Please send resume and cover letter to:


Salary Range:

Starting at $70,000 annually

Job Location:


Date Added: November 18, 2020

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