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Clinical Case Manager

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 Array of Services, Community Based Services has a full time Clinical Case Manager position available in the Concord area with possible travel statewide.

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 a 4 day work week (10 hour days). We provide tuition reimbursement, retirement match, in addition to excellent training and a supportive work environment. 

At NFI North diversity is in our roots and we continue to bring people and cultures together.

Voted Best Place to Work

Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action


Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology or related field and experience in working with youth and families. Salary starting at $45,000 annually based on education and experience.


Responsibilities: partnering with families, teaching parenting skills and development, case management, co-lead family days, attend treatment meetings, provide transportation, write family assessments, treatment plans, court reports and monthly reports, connect youth and families to community resources and enhance permanent connections for youth. Clinical Case Managers participate in weekly management and staff meetings, provide on call support and work as part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team. 

Must be willing to travel state wide.

How to Apply:

Please go to, click on the Career tab and apply

Salary Range:

Starting at $45K annually

Job Location:


Date Added: November 19, 2021

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