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Clinical Coordinator

Webster House

Founded in 1884, Webster House is a children’s home located in Manchester, NH, whose mission is to provide children between the ages 8 and 18 who are unable to live at home with a safe, supportive environment for an undetermined amount of time. The intent is to address four areas of the youth's life – physical, social, personal and family.

The goal is to prepare residents for adult life, in collaboration with the family, the child, and the program. Webster House provides a home and the opportunities for counseling and education. Webster House also provides the atmosphere in which adult-child relationships can be rebuilt and created. Within this structure, the direction, kindness and commitment of caring adults can help improve the lives of the children who reside at the Webster House and their families.



  • Responsible for client intake, application procedures, interviews, client records and files.
  • Responsible for coordinating and conducting treatment meetings, clinical documentation, monthly reports, and ongoing liaison with placing workers and other involved parties.
  • Meets weekly with Case Managers on individual cases and treatment records.


  • Projects and tasks as assigned be Executive Director of Operations
  • Assists with Medicaid Billing


  • Participate in staff meetings, keeping staff informed of ongoing clinical needs and progress of residents in care.
  • Provide clinical supervision of staff pursuing licensure requirements. Ensuring supervision is documented in the database.
  • Provide bi-weekly supervision of Case Managers to ensure paperwork deadlines are being met, ensure resident's are achieving progress within their treatment, and all certification and contract standards are being met for client files.
  • Work along with Program Director to ensure staff are receiving necessary in-services and training by conducting in-house training and coordinating attendance at local in-services for Residential Counselors.
  • Provide supervision and support to the Home-Based Therapeutic Clinical Supervisor to discuss planning or community transitions for residents and ongoing treatment needs of the client and family.


  • Meet regularly with residents, maintaining a strong relationship with each.
  • Keep families involved and informed of treatment needs and planning.
  • Assist Case Managers with reports and reviews.
  • Assess and oversee residents for counseling needs.
  • Conduct individual counseling when duties/schedules allow
  • Oversee family involvement within resident treatment.
  • Conduct family meetings when applicable
  • Provide crisis intervention when needed during shift and be available for emergency crisis intervention by phone and in person 24/7.
  • Coordinate and conduct bi-weekly group counseling for Girls' Skills and Values Group.
  • Responsible for documentation of group notes in the database.
  • NH Licensed Social Worker with a minimum of two years clinical experience post licensure
  • Relative experience working with youth with emotional and behavioral disorders
  • Must be willing to ensure that the program is always in compliance with the state regulationssuch as staff/child ratio, well trained staff, appropriate limit-setting, and enforcement ofthe client’s rights.
  • Criminal background check and fingerprinting.
How to Apply:

Please submit a resume Kurt Hildonen at: and Blair Stairs at:

Salary Range:

55,000-65,000k per year

Job Location:


Date Added: February 5, 2021

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