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System of Care-Project Manager/Social Worker


Waypoint--Empowering people of all ages through an array of human services and advocacy. Founded in 1850, we are the oldest children’s charitable organization in New Hampshire. Waypoint adheres to the highest standards of practice, and we’re unique in our ability to go from case to cause through an array of programs and public policy initiatives. Waypoint employees work with passion and purpose to improve the lives of people in our communities. Our clients come from all walks of life and so do we. We hire great people from a wide variety of backgrounds, not just because it is the right thing to do, but because it makes our agency stronger. Join us!

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The Project Manager will spearhead the ongoing implementation of the System of Care Program at Waypoint. As the Project Manager you will oversee the SOC Budget and Program implementation; develop a community management team while assisting in the development of evidence-based programs.  Responsibilities include Supervising Wraparound Care Coordinators, program needs assessments, collection of data, reporting, and ensuring service is provided.   

When it comes to benefits and perks, we have everything you’d expect and more including a competitive full-time salary, trauma informed training, weekly supervisions and on-going support and consultation, team building as well as opportunities for growth provided. Supervision towards licensure is available. Benefits include comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance, ample paid time off, plus paid holidays and personal days, educational funding, life insurance, long and short-term disability, and an employee assistance program. Candidates will be asked to engage in criminal background and motor vehicle record checks and have auto insurance which meets agency standards. Waypoint is a private Nonprofit organization that has proudly served NH families for more than 170 years.  We are an equal opportunity employer.  


Master’s degree in Education, Social Work, Mental Health, or associated fields with four years related professional experience. Knowledge and experience working in the Manchester, NH area Social Service Community desired. Supervisory experience preferred. The ideal candidate will have strong verbal, written and demonstrated technical skills.  Must have the ability to engage with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures, experiences with minority or underserved populations desired.  Encouraging bilingual, bicultural candidates to apply. 

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Date Added: July 9, 2021

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