603.882.3616

Careers

The Partnership for Successful Living affiliates change the lives of thousands of New Hampshire community members each year. We couldn’t do this without a dedicated, amazing team of staff members and volunteers.  If you are looking for a fast-paced, challenging position in the nonprofit sector, you have come to the right place! We offer excellent benefit packages, generous paid time off, and plenty of opportunity for advancement.

Some employment positions are approved by the NHSC Loan Repayment Program which offers fully trained primary care physicians (MD, DO) at least $60,000 to repay student loans in exchange for 2 years serving in a community-based site in a high-need HPSA that has applied to and been approved by the NHSC as a service site.

Each member of the Partnership for Successful Living is an equal opportunity employer, encouraging those with disabilities, minorities, women, veterans, clients, and alumni to apply.

The ideal candidate is committed and passionate to serving others, changing lives, and creating a better community.

Open employment positions are listed below. To apply, please send your resume and cover letter in Word or PDF to careers@nhpartnership.org.


Harbor Homes

Harbor Care Health and Wellness

Healthy at Home

Keystone Hall

Milford Regional Counseling Services

 

 


VAN Driver – Part-Time, Flexible

Harbor Homes needs a flexible and conscientious Van Driver to drive our Van between housing units that cater to the homeless in the Greater Nashua area.

The individual must have compassion, and be ultra reliable as our housing clients often have appointments that they need to attend and must be on time.

Requirements:

  • Valid Drivers license
  • Time on hands to be flexible to the van, and to the cause.

There is an opportunity to also join the Support Staff team as a per-diem worker, in some of our various housing units.

 Retired Veterans are encouraged to apply and anyone with superb humor.

Tracey Lane

Talent Acquisition Partner

 

Qualified interested candidates, please send resume to: Human Resources 77 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, NH  or email careers@nhpartnership.

Back to Top


LPN/RN/CMA (Per Diem)

Competitive per diem rates, great working environment. Immediate Opportunity!

Do you want to make a real difference to our most vulnerable populations? Harbor Homes Health and Wellness Clinic is growing. We have added an exciting new Medical Respite Center offering 11 beds of recuperative care services. Come join our mission to serve those in need of medical services.

The Registered Nurse functions under the direction, instruction and supervision of the clinical supervisor. Provides anticipatory guidance, screening and health education to patients to promote and maintain health; initiates treatment for patients with commonly occurring health problems which lie within the nurse specialist’s scope of practice by using a systematic approach to history and physical appraisal of patients and/or families through clinical judgment of evaluated data; prescribes, coordinates, delegates and evaluates care; monitors patients with stabilized injury or illness; and aids and supports individuals and their families. Planning appropriate care utilizing community resources and acting as a liaison by relaying information necessary for continuity of care to other health professionals and agencies are also responsibilities of this position.

Registered Nurses (RNs) must have an Associate’s Degree in Nursing from an accredited school of Nursing. Bachelor’s Degree preferred with one (1) year of medical/surgical experience as a Registered Nurse.

LPNs must have graduated from a state approved school of practical nursing with a minimum of 1-2 years recent (within last 5 years) experience in addition and mental health issues.

CMAs must have one year experience.

Current registration and licensure in the State of NH and current CPR Certification required for both positions.

This position may qualify for the NHSC Loan Repayment Program. This program offers student loan repayment in exchange for 2 years of serving in a community-based site within a high-need HPSA; which that has applied to and been approved by the NHSC as a service site.

 

Qualified interested candidates, please send resume to: Human Resources 77 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, NH  or email careers@nhpartnership.org 

Back to Top


Mobile Crisis Response Team Manager

Position: Mobile Crisis Response Team – Coordinator Reports to: Clinical Director, Emergency BH Services

Job Summary: The MCRT Coordinator will be responsible for supervising licensed professionals and peer support staff assisting the Director to provide assessment, crisis intervention and brief treatment services to a diverse population of clients in the community. Provide appropriate recommendations for care and linkage services for clients requiring on-going treatment.

Responsibilities:

  • Works under the supervision of and reports regularly to the Clinical Director, Emergency BH Services
  • Produces and delivers the highest quality of professional services and informational outcomes in support of Harbor Homes’ strategic mission and goal,5
  • Builds collaborative relationships with local hospitals, police fire departments, and community service agencies
  • Ensures that employees are properly trained and effectively carrying out the duties of their positions
  • Provides constructive feedback and coaching to employees
  • Works across the Partnership to foster relationships and deliver “Red Carpet” treatment to all clients
  • Communicates regularly and effectively with the Director, who may work on a different shift, and escalates issues as necessary
  • Assists the Director in monitoring the quality of services delivered to clients
  • May assist with the development and adherence to the budget
  • Assists in the oversight and facilitation of training for the team
  • May assist the Director in the employment process, with staff scheduling to ensure 24 x 7 coverage, and in the provision of routine assessment of staff performance
  • Assists the Director with the completion of projects, audits, and reporting as needed
  • Utilizes computer application(s) or applicable technology for administrative tasks
  • Assumes all responsibilities of the project in the absence of the Director
  • Must participate in an on-call supervisor consult schedule
  • Other task and duties as assigned

Qualifications:

Educational and Professional

  • Master’s degree in social work, mental health counseling or related field
  • Minimum of three years’ experience in direct patient care that includes providing psychotherapy, brief treatment intervention, risk assessment, and motivational interviewing
  • Current independent licensure as an LICSW, LCMHC, or LMFT in New Hampshire
  • Current NH driver’s license

Knowledge/Abilities/Requirements

  • Excellent communication skills – both verbal and written
  • Three years working in a mental health setting
  • Strong organizational and time management skills ‘
  • Experience with Evidence Based Treatment modalities, Recovery Oriented Systems of Care, Patient Centered Treatment, Mental Health First Aid, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Counseling, medication assisted treatment and community
  • Experience providing case notes and properly documenting assessments
  • Strong MS Office skills
  • Must understand and protect client confidentiality
  • Physical requirements include ability to extend hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction; pick, pinch, type or otherwise work primarily with fingers
  • Knowledge of major mental illnesses and appropriate treatment interventions. Knowledge, understanding and application of appropriate treatment, intervention and ethical
  • Knowledge of and experience in diagnosing mental health disorders in a brief treatment setting

EOE-AA M/FIDN/SO

Back to Top


CRISIS COUNSELORS/Clinicians (MCRT Team)

Reports to: Clinical Director, Emergency BH Services

 

Immediate Need –  Either Per Diem or full time, the evening or overnight shift. Competitive pay and a full benefit package for Full time.

Job Summary: Provide emergency psychiatric evaluations, care and assessment documentation for all clients who present for services. These evaluations are performed in hospitals, community and mobile based milieus. Applying differential diagnostic skills, incumbents provide telephone triage, mental status assessment, collateral contact with family supports, extended evaluations, resource screening, referrals for psychiatric consults, and assessments for appropriate disposition. Responsibilities:

  1. Provides emergency crisis evaluations and all related service delivery requirements for youth, adult and geriatric populations in multiple settings, including alliance vendor hospitals, our clinic, community based settings in the region and/or on-site.
  2. Provides assessment, treatment interventions and crisis counseling.
  3. Manage the acute phase of clients presenting in behavioral health crisis; assess, triage and refer clients to the appropriate services.
  4. Develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with hospital based staff and other providers in order to effectively serve all clients in crisis.
  5. Utilize supervision effectively by sharing pertinent information and accept performance feedback to incorporate into work plan and recalibrate approach and make improvements. Seek and accept guidance to manage difficult cases.
  6. Maintain current working knowledge and use of all related, internal and external resources, policies, procedures, regulatory and compliance requirements necessary to effectively serve clients with quality care in multiple settings and with ever changing program needs.
  7. Answers telephone as needed and provides timely, appropriate assessment and determines next steps in support for clients with behavioral health needs.
  8. Meets productivity standards as defined by estimated delivery of services (productivity is continuously assessed by program management).
  9. Attend meetings and other team processes as required. Participate in, or complete special program assignments as assigned.
  10. Complete timely and accurate documentation/assessments.
  11. Provides assistance to colleagues in order to optimize the delivery of services to the client population.
  12. Assists in ensuring the facility is clean and in good repair.
  13. Maintains a professional demeanor at all times.
  14. Be willing to work non-traditional shifts in order to staff this 24/7 program as needed
  15. Other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

A qualified candidate must be one of the following; LICSW, LMFT, LCMHC, Licensed Psychologist, or Master’s Level Counselor eligible for independent licensure in the State of New Hampshire

The individual must have experience and training in emergency psychiatric services working with adults, youth and their families, including training in de-escalation strategies and emergency services system of care.

A qualified candidate must achieve effective outcomes and demonstrate effective communication and organizational skills.

A working knowledge of computers and ability to complete documentation electronically is required. In addition the ability to complete written documentation timely and effectively.

All qualified candidates must have a valid driver’s license, good driving record, and reliable vehicle. Travel and an ability to meet persons served in a variety of outreach settings is required

Educational and Professional

  • At minimum Master’s degree in social work, mental health counseling or related field
  • Experience in diagnosing mental health/substance abuse disorders, motivational interviewing, solution focused counseling, and providing psychotherapy
  • Must be eligible for independent licensure by the New Hampshire Board of Mental Health or equivalent New Hampshire State Board
  • Current NH driver’s license

Knowledge/ Abilities/Requirements

  • Excellent communication skills – both verbal and written
  • Two years working in a mental health setting
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Experience with Evidence Based Treatment modalities, Recovery Oriented Systems of Care, Patient Centered Treatment, Mental Health First Aid, medication assisted treatment and community resources.
  • Experience providing case notes and properly documenting assessments
  • Strong MS Office skills
  • Must understand and protect client confidentiality
  • Physical requirements include ability to extend hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction; pick, pinch, type or otherwise work primarily with fingers
  • Knowledge of major mental illnesses and appropriate treatment interventions. Knowledge, understanding and application of appropriate treatment, intervention and ethical standards.

Qualified interested candidates please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Human Resources, 77 Northeastern Blvd. Nashua, NH  03062 or email to careers@nhpartnership.org (preferred).

EOE-AA  M/F/D/V/SO

Back to Top


Support Workers – Group Homes (PER DIEM  ALL SHIFTs )

Harbor Homes is continually growing!  If you love being part of a dedicated team providing compassionate care to individuals in need, come join us.  We have a great opportunity for an individual seeking a career in the mental health field.

We are seeking dependable and caring Support Workers to be part of our innovative new program providing those with mental illness the supportive services needed to transition from hospitals and other mental health facilities to community-based residences.

As a Support Worker, you will provide behavioral interventions to persons with serious and persistent mental illness living in our group home.  Duties shall include, but not be limited to: assisting with apartment inspections, assisting with in-office paperwork, ensuring receipt of treatment plans and following-up with phone calls of treatment plans, assisting with scheduling Functional Support Services (FSS), and providing direct mental illness management services to clients as assigned and approved by Program Manager.

REQUIRED:  Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Counseling, Psychology, Community Mental Health, Social Work or related field is required with a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a mental health/medical setting.  Must be able to pass a criminal background check with no felonies. Ability to interface well with others, sound judgment and excellent boundary skills necessary.

On-going supervision provided as well as required med certification and med pour tests.

Harbor Homes offers a full benefit package including medical & dental insurance, voluntary life and disability and 401k with match. 

Qualified interested candidates please send resume and salary requirements to:  Human Resources 77 Northeastern Blvd,  Nashua, NH  03062 or careers@nhpartnership.org  (preferred).                                       

 

EOE-AA M/F/D/V/SO

Back to Top


Functional Support Service Provider

Harbor Homes is continuing to grow!  Come join our team and help us with our efforts to assist individuals in need.  Be part of our new program supporting clients with severe and persistent mental illness successfully transition from hospital facilities to independently living in the community.

As a Functional Support Service Provider, you will work with the Program Manager and interagency treatment teams to implement services prescribed in individual treatment plans.  You will contribute to the development of the treatment plan, provide recovery based functional support services and crisis intervention support as needed.

Responsibilities to include facilitating referrals to groups, peer support resources and other recovery based activities; providing guidance with interpersonal skills development, behavioral modification, basic living skills to include budgeting, cooking, personal hygiene maintenance, self-care, housekeeping, independent use of public transportation and independently accessing community resources and services; conducting client assessments to evaluate satisfaction with quality of life, mental health status and functioning and substance abuse issues; and completing all documentation accurately, completely and within 24 hours of provided service.

The successful candidate must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, social work, rehabilitation, education or related human service and a minimum of one year experience working with individuals with mental illness.   The ability to work effectively with individuals, exercise good judgement and use current technologies and software such as electronic medical records also necessary.

Qualified interested candidates please send resume and salary requirements to:  Human Resources, 77 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, NH  03062 or email to careers@nhpartnership.org (preferred).

 

EOE-AA  M/F/D/V/SO

 

Back to Top


Certified Peer Support Worker (CPSW) –    Full-time

Harbor Homes  is seeking full-time Certified Peer Support Workers to join our exciting new Mobile Crisis Team. You will be responsible for providing phone coverage on our 24 hour Crisis Line and in person screenings of persons with co-occurring mental health issues who present in crisis to determine necessity for further assessment and appropriate referrals.  Other responsibilities include assisting participants (consumers and their families) in resolving crisis issues and gaining access to needed community resources, and helping them overcome barriers and bridge gaps between their needs and available resources.

Successful candidates should have a High School Diploma or GED and certification as a Peer Support Worker at date of hire or within 6 months.  Two years of behavioral health or related experience as well as familiarity with Peer Oriented Systems of Care required.  If in Peer recovery, two years of continuous and significant evidence of personal stability necessary.  Strong written and verbal communications and decision making skills are a necessity as well as knowledge of Microsoft office and computer skills.

Harbor Homes offers competitive salary and benefits including medical and dental insurance, voluntary life and disability insurance, 401k and a generous holiday and paid time off plan. 

Qualified interested candidates, please send resume and salary requirements to:  Human Resources 45 High Street Nashua, NH  03060 or email careers@nhpartnership.org 

                                              

EOE-AA M/F/D/V/SO

Back to Top


CNAs/LNAs – Residential Housing (Per Diem Nights and Weekends)

CNA and/or LNA positions available for individuals with experience working in home care. This position will function under the direct supervision of Program Manager. Duties include but are not limited to carrying out assignments as instructed by care plan and notifying Program Manager when unable to do so.  Responsibilities will include assisting client with personal hygiene and activities of daily living, accompanying client to necessary appointments and performing other duties as required by Program Manager.

Candidates must have High School Diploma or GED.   LNA candidates must be licensed in the state of NH.  Demonstrate excellent oral, written and reading communication skills.

Qualified interested candidates please send resume and salary requirements to: Human Resources 45 High Street Nashua, NH 03060 or email careers@nhpartnership.org.

EOE-AA M/F/D/V/SO

Back to Top


Support Staff – PER DIEM pool (Per Diem, Evenings and Overnights) Emergency Shelter/Safe Haven

The Support Staff report directly to the program manager and provides support to the Emergency Service and Safe Haven Programs at Harbor Homes.

The Support Staff’s responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

  • Ensuring the safety and well-fare of all residents and clients by following appropriate procedures for emergency response.
  • Notifying on-call manager immediately of any urgent/emergent issues or incidents.
  • Assisting with in-office paperwork, data entry and/or copying.
  • Assisting with consumer file maintenance.
  • Assisting with compiling data for and/or assist with writing grants for the program.
  • Maintaining inventory
  • May attend staff meetings and/or trainings.
  • Requires flexibility with schedule.
  • Any other special projects assigned by Program Manager (or designee).

Position requires a combination of training, education, and/or a human service background.  Residential housing experience and computer skills required.  The position requires the ability to interface well with others.  Candidate should possess sound judgment and excellent boundary skills.  On-going supervision provided.

Qualified interested candidates please send resume and salary requirements to:  Human Resources 45 High Street Nashua, NH  03060 or email careers@nhpartnership.org

EOE-AA M/F/D/V/SO

Back to Top


Medical & Health Services Manager

Advise the leadership in regard to meeting statewide program compliance, regulations, and training needs concerning the areas of Health and Human Services; serve as an internal management and strategic analyst and a point of contact between clinical and non-clinical staff for database assistance and technical training; assist in the coordination and management of sub-contracts and independent contractors; development and coordination of all programmatic work with businesses, workforce, and industry organizations; coordinate, oversee, and provide creative direction for several important annual projects and events which require input and engagement across the entire partnership; exercise a high degree of independent judgement and initiative in planning, developing and implementing special projects and programs.

Qualified interested candidates please send resume and salary requirements to:  Human Resources 45 High Street Nashua, NH  03060 or email careers@nhpartnership.org

EOE-AA M/F/D/V/SO

Back to Top


Patient Services Representative

 

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Patient Services Representative position is responsible for managing patient appointments, patient information and payment processing through accurate and timely data entry.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily.

  1. Comply with established policies and procedures
  2. Provide excellent customer service
  3. Allocate calls to appropriate department and/or staff member
  4. Schedule patient appointments utilizing provider template and organizational standards
  5. Manage appointment schedules to ensure timely patient flow
  6. Collect mandatory patient information to ensure accurate demographic entry
  7. Verify insurance eligibility and benefits to ensure accurate and timely
  8. Inform patient of program offerings through Federal, State and organization opportunities
  9. Inform patient of financial responsibility
  10. Manage patient communication and correspondence
  11. Confirm scheduled patient appointments
  12. Coordinate and verify patient information collection related to Sliding Fee Discount Program
  13. Verify needed insurance referral and/or authorization for services
  14. Collect patient payments
  15. Ensure accurate and timely information exchange with clinical department
  16. Reconcile cash drawer to ensure accuracy
  17. Facilitate patient communication and correspondence
  18. Collect data for routine reporting
  19. Travel as required to attend meetings and seminars
  20. Accomplish projects as a team member or individual as
  21. Perform other duties as may be assigned

QUALIFICATIONS:

Knowledge of:

Basic currency exchange

Computer software applications; word processing, electronic spreadsheets HIPAA, Medicare/FQHC, Medicaid, Managed Care third party products Medical billing systems; patient/insurance financial management

Ability to:

Follow-through, assume responsibility and use good judgment. Maintain professionalism under stressful situations.

Communicate effectively and diplomatically with patients, external insurance and contracting entities and facility personnel both orally and in writing.

Experience/Training:

Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be:

 

Experience:

High School Diploma or GED required

One year Medical Receptionist/ Medical Registration Technical Knowledge:

 

Other Skills: Software Knowledge:

Good oral and written communication. Strong computer literacy Windows, MS Office (Word, Excel), Medical Billing Software

 

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:

Possess the ability to establish and maintain professional working relationships with all levels of staff, clients, and the public.

Detail oriented with the ability to work with minimum supervision. Ability to understand and follow verbal and written communication

Willingness to be part of a team-unit and cooperate in the accomplishment of departmental goals and objectives

Qualified interested candidates, please send resume to: Human Resources 77 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, NH  or email careers@nhpartnership.org 

Back to Top


PSYCHIATRIST   MD   – (full time ) Harbor Care Health & Wellness Center

This is a J-1 & H-1B VISA-supported position – we are a CAP – EXEMPT facility.

Required: experience with Substance Abuse patients

We are composed of six New Hampshire non-profit agencies–Harbor Homes; Healthy at Home; Keystone Hall; Milford Regional Counseling Services; Southern NH HIV/AIDS Task Force; Welcoming Light–that collaborate as members of the Partnership for Successful Living, creating an innovative network helping NH families and individuals solve many of life’s most challenging issues and gain sustainable independence. Located in Nashua, NH – twice voted the country’s best place to live – less than 50 miles from Boston, MA; the incredible Maine seacoast; and some of the best skiing in the country. Come join a company that believes its workforce is its strongest asset. We offer competitive salary, exceptional benefits, and excellent work/life balance.

Program services delivered through the Partnership members include:

• Substance use disorder treatment, prevention, and recovery support services;

• Primary, preventive, and behavioral healthcare;

• HIV/AIDS education, case management, supportive services, affordable housing, and prevention;

• Health care and homemaking services for elderly, disabled, and home bound individuals;

• Affordable and supportive housing solutions for individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness;

• Training, workforce development, event and conference planning for non-profit and for-profit organizations;

Qualifications:

Educational and Professional

• Current registration and licensure in the State of New Hampshire

• A Minimum of 1-3 years experience in Inpatient or Outpatient counseling

• Successfully complete all required company in-services

• Leadership in the identification of education needs of the staff

• Outreach to community agencies and health settings as appropriate

Knowledge/Abilities/Requirements

Practitioner of evidence based practices or must be willing to learn;

o Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

o Illness Management and Recovery

o Motivational Interviewing

• Knowledge and practice proper ethics through work treatment and personal responsibility

• Be aware of and adhere to HIPAA rules and regulations and must be an active participant in safety measures for ensuring confidentiality of information as it relates to clients and this agency.

• Preferably but not required Multilingual

This position may qualify for the NHSC Loan Repayment Program. This program offers student loan repayment in exchange for 2 years of serving in a community-based site within a high-need HPSA; which that has applied to and been approved by the NHSC as a service site.

Tracey Lane

Talent Acquisition Partner. T.Lane@nhpartnership.org

NH Partnership for Successful Living

Email CV to Careers@nhpartnership.org

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $200,000.00 /year

Qualified interested candidates, please send resume to: Human Resources 77 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, NH  or email careers@nhpartnership.org 

Back to Top


APRN – Advanced Practice Registered Nurse  (Family Nurse Practitioner)

Join New Hampshire’s most competent Non-profit and grow with us, as we expand our clinic and our agencies to serve the health & wellness of the community.

Reporting to the Medical Director and Program Managers, the APRN assumes responsibility and accountability for the Nursing assessment and or primary care. Maintains currency of licensure and certification, functions under the collaborative practice agreement for medical aspects of care with collaborating physician, and participates in nursing and health related issues.

Qualifications:

Educational and professional:

  • Master’s Degree in Nursing with Advance skills in physical assessment
  • Minimum of 1 year of clinical nursing experience and or 1 year post masters clinical nursing experience preferred
  • ANA Certification desirable within one year of employment
  • Interpersonal Skills necessary to work productively with patients, family, common nursing staff and other team members

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provides anticipatory guidance, screening and health education to patients to promote and maintain health.
  • Initiates treatment for patients with commonly occurring health problems which lie within the nurse specialist’s scope of practice by using a systematic approach to history and physical appraisal of patients and/or families through clinical judgment of evaluated data. Prescribes, coordinates, delegates and evaluates care.
  • Prescribes medications listed in the approved institutional formulary as a function delegated by the physician consultant(s) to the practice.
  • Monitors patients with stabilized long term or chronic illness and aids and supports individuals and their families during the dying process.
  • Plans appropriate care utilizing community resources and acts as a liaison by relaying information necessary for continuity of care to other health professionals and agencies.
  • Instructs individual and/or families or groups about health or defined health problems.
  • Participates in Quality Assurance activities.
  • Participates in research projects.
  • Participates in education of graduate nursing students as assigned.
  • Promotes guest relations; anticipates and responds to the needs of others; provides assistance in a courteous, quick manner; treats others with care and respect maintaining privacy, confidentiality and dignity. Maintains a professional appearance and a clean, safe environment.

This position may qualify for the NHSC Loan Repayment Program. This program offers student loan repayment in exchange for 2 years of serving in a community-based site within a high-need HPSA; which that has applied to and been approved by the NHSC as a service site.

 

Qualified interested candidates, please send resume to: Human Resources 77 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, NH  or email careers@nhpartnership.org 

Back to Top


LPN/RN/CMA (Per Diem)

Competitive per diem rates, great working environment. Immediate Opportunity!

Do you want to make a real difference to our most vulnerable populations? Harbor Homes Health and Wellness Clinic is growing. We have added an exciting new Medical Respite Center offering 11 beds of recuperative care services. Come join our mission to serve those in need of medical services.

The Registered Nurse functions under the direction, instruction and supervision of the clinical supervisor. Provides anticipatory guidance, screening and health education to patients to promote and maintain health; initiates treatment for patients with commonly occurring health problems which lie within the nurse specialist’s scope of practice by using a systematic approach to history and physical appraisal of patients and/or families through clinical judgment of evaluated data; prescribes, coordinates, delegates and evaluates care; monitors patients with stabilized injury or illness; and aids and supports individuals and their families. Planning appropriate care utilizing community resources and acting as a liaison by relaying information necessary for continuity of care to other health professionals and agencies are also responsibilities of this position.

Registered Nurses (RNs) must have an Associate’s Degree in Nursing from an accredited school of Nursing. Bachelor’s Degree preferred with one (1) year of medical/surgical experience as a Registered Nurse.

LPNs must have graduated from a state approved school of practical nursing with a minimum of 1-2 years recent (within last 5 years) experience in addition and mental health issues.

CMAs must have one year experience.

Current registration and licensure in the State of NH and current CPR Certification required for both positions.

This position may qualify for the NHSC Loan Repayment Program. This program offers student loan repayment in exchange for 2 years of serving in a community-based site within a high-need HPSA; which that has applied to and been approved by the NHSC as a service site.

 

Qualified interested candidates, please send resume to: Human Resources 77 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, NH  or email careers@nhpartnership.org 

Back to Top


Certified Medical Assistant – Full Time,  Harbor Care Health and Wellness Clinic

Looking for a unique opportunity? Come join our integrated team of dedicated health professionals working together to provide all health care needs of low income or homeless individuals. As the Certified Medical Assistant, you will provide support to the clinical providers by assisting with various patient care activities.

Responsibilities to include preparing patients for their visits, examination procedure and/or treatment in accordance with established procedures; obtaining vital signs as necessary; preparing appropriate paperwork for procedures, laboratory work, tests or referrals for provider signature and comment; assisting providers and nurses in urgent and emergency medical situations including obtaining and operating medical equipment in accordance with established protocols and standards; and administering medications/immunizations as needed.

High School Diploma with American Association of Medical Assistant MCA Certification and CPR Certification required. Must have experience working the front desk in a medical office/clinic, strong communication and problem solving skills and ability to work independently in a team oriented environment. Must be able to be respectful of people and their cultural, religious and ethnic differences.

Qualified interested candidates please send resume and salary requirements to: Human Resources, 77 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, NH 03062

resumes to careers@nhpartnership.org

Job Type: Full-time

Back to Top


Dental Assistant

If you are a self-motivated, fun, friendly and upbeat person, come join our dedicated professional team and help to promote, market and grow our office.  Harbor Care Health and Wellness Clinic is seeking a Dental Assistant.

Essential Job Functions:

  1. Assists in the provision of high-quality care within the scope of service consistent with accepted standards of care for dental assistants. Prepares each operatory and patient for treatment. Takes and prepares radiographs using conventional or digital technology. Provides active chairside assistance to the Dentist and anticipates the provider’s needs. At the conclusion of patient care, assists the patient, clears the work site and prepares for the next patient. Monitors the flow of laboratory cases. Monitors and records sterilization cycles. Maintains and inventories supplies. Helps to manage patient flow in clinic. Follows proper infection control protocols for the practice. Participates in the ongoing evaluation of Dental Program operations to assure the delivery of high-quality services that support the financial sustainability of the program.

Performance expectations—all Dental Assistants:

  • Prepares and maintains dental instruments, supplies and equipment; prepares the operatory for the patient visit
  • Seats patient in chair and explains procedures to be performed; Collects and records patient health histories
  • Drapes patient with protective linens and sets up instrument tray containing instruments, suction, gauze and other required supplies.
  • Prepares dental materials—cements, amalgams, composites, impression materials, etc.
  • Takes and prepares radiographs using conventional or digital technology and following proper radiation safety precautions
  • Assists with dental charting as appropriate
  • Assists in the prevention and management of dental emergencies
  • Manages the patient during dental procedures
  • Provides active chairside assistance; transfers instruments as appropriate for four-handed dentistry; anticipates the dentist’s needs
  • Take impressions for study casts, athletic mouth guards and custom tray. Performs laboratory procedures neatly and efficiently. Pours models with no bubbles, properly trim models, polish dental prostheses, make vac-u-press forms
  • At the conclusion of the procedure, assists patient, clears work site of instruments and other materials; follows proper infection control protocols and prepares the operatory for the next patient
  • Monitors and documents the flow of laboratory cases; maintains lab facility
  • Performs, monitors and records all sterilization activities
  • Maintains proper aseptic techniques necessary with dental equipment; maintains and properly sterilizes instruments
  • Routinely cleans, disinfects and restocks operatories
  • Scans reception room for patients and helps to manage patient flow
  • Maintain and inventory dental supplies and reorders as necessary; track and verify invoices
  • Clean and sterilize all instruments; help to manage the dental office infection control plan to meet OSHA, CDC and ADA standards
  • Performs miscellaneous duties within the Dental Program as assigned

Additional Performance expectations—Certified Dental Assistants:

  • Polish the patient’s teeth to remove stains and soft deposits
  • Apply topical fluoride and varnishes
  • Apply pit and fissure sealants
  • Remove surgical sutures
  • Pre-select orthodontic bands
  • Place and remove orthodontic bans
  • Adapt temporary crowns
  • Place topical medications
  • Remove excess cement from fabricated restoration and orthodontic bands

 

Working Conditions and Physical Effort

  • Work involves considerable exposure to unusual elements such as extreme temperatures, unpleasant odors and/or loud noises
  • Moderate physical activity. Requires handling average-weight objects up to 15-20 pounds, assisting with patients and standing and/or walking for most of the day
  • Will work with blood or blood-borne pathogens and will require OSHA training
  • Work environment involves exposure to potentially dangerous materials and situations that require following extensive safety precautions and may include the use of protective equipment

 

Knowledge, Skill and Technical Qualities

  • Ability to set up and prepare dental equipment and instrumentation in accordance with established regulations and guidelines
  • Ability to manage the dental office infection control plan to meet OSHA, CDC and ADA standards
  • Maintains and expands current level of dental assistant skill and knowledge by periodically attending continuing education programs

 

Behavioral Qualities

  • Is a team player
  • Accepts and offers guidance and supervision as appropriate
  • Attends and participates in staff meeting to review team progress in meeting financial and productivity goals for the dental program
  • Places a high value on personal and departmental performance excellence
  • Adheres to office dress code and standards of behavior
  • Maintains patient confidentiality
  • Uses sick time appropriately
  • Responds professionally to high-pressure situations and time limits
  • Works independently with a minimum amount of supervision

 

Education/Licensure  Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • CPR certification
  • On the job training or Certification in Dental Assisting

In this diverse position you will be responsible for greeting and checking in patients, notifying staff of patient arrivals and informing patients of any delays; reviewing appropriate policies and forms with new and existing patients; explaining and advising about treatment options to patients; providing payment plans for patients, checking their insurance benefits and collecting payments; and resolving patient issues in accordance with company policies and procedures.  You will also be responsible for answering phones and responding to inquiries; scheduling and confirming appointments; and emailing relevant paperwork to patients and responding to emails received.

Must have at least two years of Dental Assistant and some front desk experience along with CPR certification and current Infection Control certification.  Attention to detail and excellent communication skills a must!

Qualified interested candidates please send resume and salary requirement  to:  Human Resources, 77 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, NH 03062 or careers@nhpartnership.org.

 

EOE-AA  M/F/D/V/SO

Back to Top


Dental Hygienist

Full-Time

If you are dedicated to delivering a high-quality of affordable dental care and education to a broad range of patients, come and join our team! Not only will you be delivering services in a clinic setting, you will also have the unique opportunity to care for individuals on our mobile dental van.

Be a proponent of dental health by completing dental prophylaxis; providing oral cancer screening and radiographic studies; charting conditions of decay and disease; and performing procedures in compliance with the dental practice act.

Responsibilities include:

  • Preparing treatment room, materials/equipment and patient for dental hygiene treatment.
  • Providing information to patients and employees.
  • Maintaining instrumentation for dental hygiene treatment.
  • Completing dental prophylaxis and educating patients on oral hygiene.
  • Fabricating temporary restorations; cleaning and polishing removable appliances; placing, carving, and finishing amalgam restorations; removing cement from crowns and bridges.
  • Helping dentist manage dental and medical emergencies.
  • Documenting dental hygiene services.
  • Protecting patients and employees by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols.
  • Maintaining dental supplies inventory.

Must be able to maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; and participating in professional societies.  Ability to maintain patient confidence and maintain a safe and clean working environment a must.  .

Current Infection control, current NH license, local anesthesia certificate are required.

Public health experience is preferred but not required

Knowledge of Dentrix Enterprise software, is preferred but not required

Bilingual is a plus

Qualified interested candidates, please send resume to: Human Resources 77 Northeastern Blvd., Nashua, NH  or email careers@nhpartnership.org    

                                             

EOE-AA M/F/D/V/SO

 

Back to Top


Healthy at Home

Adminstrator

Are you passionate about home health care? Do you want to make a difference by providing comfort, compassion, and care to patients and families? Come join Healthy at Home!

We take pride in being a home health agency operated by experienced professionals with extensive clinical, healthcare, and hospitality backgrounds. We enjoy working with those who put the patient and their loved ones first by finding ways to service individual needs. Our philosophy allows us to empower employees to provide exceptional patient care.

WHAT YOU’LL DO

As an Administrator with Healthy at Home, you will be responsible for the overall planning and directing of all programs and clinical services at your location. You will also supervise all professional and technical staff, as well as evaluate service delivery to ensure compliance with laws, regulations, cost, effectiveness, and ability to alleviate community health care needs.

  • Plan and direct operations to ensure the provision of adequate and appropriate care and services
  • Ensure personnel development including orientation, in-service education, and continuing education
  • Direct staff in performance of their duties including admission, discharge, and delivery of service to patients

WHO YOU ARE

  • Hold a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or similar discipline
  • Two years of supervisory or administrative experience in home health or hospice
  • Three (3) years of healthcare management experience
  • Demonstrable ability to supervise and direct professional and administrative personnel in a healthcare organization

EOE-AA M/F/D/V/SO

Job Type: Full-time

Qualifications

  • BS in Health, aging or Humanities. RN preferred.
  • 5-7 years of experience in management or supervision.
  • 3-5 years of experience in Home Care
  • Demonstrated leadership and communication skills with all populations served.
  • Local travel related to marketing, public relations and occasional home visit.

  Back to Top


Speech Therapist (Per Diem)

Speech Therapist/Pathologist needed to provide speech and language services to clients in their homes as prescribed by the attending physician.  You will evaluate the client’s speech and language abilities and participate in the development of rehabilitative services and the Physician’s Plan of Treatment for language disorders.  You will also be responsible for coordinating client care with other home health team and family member to provide instruction and counseling methods for improving speech.  Documentation of treatment and client’s progress and/or regression required as well as attendance at client care meetings and participation in staff development activities.

The successful candidate possesses a Master’s Degree in Speech Pathology or Audiology and one full year of supervised work experience.  Must also be a member of the American Speech, Hearing and Language Association and possesses a Certificate of Clinical Competence in the appropriate area by the Association, or meets the educational requirements for certification and is accumulating the supervised experience required for the certification.  State registration required.

Qualified interested candidates please send resume and salary requirements to:  Human Resources, 45 High Street, Nashua, NH  03060 or email to careers@nhpartnership.org

EOE-AA M/F/D/V/SO

Back to Top


Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA)

Compassionate and dependable caregivers are needed to provide various personal care and related paraprofessional services in accordance with an established plan of care. Provides for the personal needs and comfort of clients in their homes or in facilities. Personal care includes: personal hygiene such as assisting to the bathroom, bathing, care of mouth, and skin and hair care and more. May assist in transfers: from bed to wheelchair, from wheelchair to toilet. Personal caregivers also may provide help such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, and medication reminders.

  • Must have current LNA and driver’s license.
  • Clean background check and drug screen.
  • Car insurance meeting agency requirements.
  • Experience preferred but will train the right candidate.

Qualified interested candidates please send resume and salary requirements to:  Human Resources 45 High Street Nashua, NH  03060 or email careers@nhpartnership.org  EOE-AA M/F/D/V/SO

Back to Top


Personal Care Services Provider

If you are a compassionate and dependable individual who enjoys assisting residents remain independent in their own homes, come join our team.  Healthy at Home is a non-profit home health agency that provides a full range of in home services to New Hampshire residents including skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, home health aides, personal care aides, homemakers and more.

As a Personal Care Service Provider you will serve as a resourceful and flexible helper who assists clients with direct hands on care and ADL’s at the client’s home.  Responsibilities will include assisting with personal hygiene and dressing, planning and preparing nutritious meals, routine housekeeping (making beds, doing laundry, washing dishes), reminding consumer to take self-administered medications, working with relevant community agencies, documenting visits and reporting any changes in consumer’s condition or home situation.

High School Diploma or GED and current CPR certification required.  Must be 18 years or older and possess a valid driver’s license and auto insurance.  Successful completion of a PCSP training program which meets State and agency regulations and evidence of fulfilling State health and State Registry requirements in addition to ability to pass Federal OIG.    Needs to be aware of and adhere to all HIPPAA rules and regulations.  Must be able to work independently and function in a team environment.  Excellent communication skills and ability to write brief and accurate reports of observations a must.

Qualified interested candidates, please send resume and salary requirements to:  Human Resources  45 High Street  Nashua, NH   03060 or email careers@nhpartnership.org

EOE-AA M/F/D/V/SO

Back to Top


 Drug Court Program Case Manager-Rockingham County

Job Summary: Responsible for providing comprehensive assessment, planning, implementation and overall evaluation of individuals in the Rockingham County Drug Court Program. Produce and deliver the highest quality of professional services and informational outcomes in support of Keystone Hall’s strategic mission and goals.

Reports to: Drug Court Coordinator

Qualifications:

  1. Educational and Professional
  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, social work, human services or related counseling field.
  • Minimum of 1 year clinical experience in corrections, social services, mental health, probation/parole or a related field.
  • Current New Hampshire driver’s license
  1. and Abilities
  • Excellent administrative and organizational
  • Ability to work independently as well as a team member.
  • Excellent written and oral communications
  • Ability to work with participants on a professional, unbiased
  • Ability to deal with all drug court partners on a professional, unbiased basis.
  • Knowledge of the criminal justice system, mental health system, substance abuse principles as well as the local and stale community
  • Experience with culturally and clinically diverse
  • Significant experience with Evidence Based Treatment modalities, Recovery Oriented Systems of Care, medication assisted treatment and community recovery support programs,

Responsibilities:

  • Provide case management services for all drug court
  • Conduct an intake interview with each participant within the first two wee s of acceptance into the program to obtain and assess the participant’s needs with respect to educational, vocational residential, career and other related life and family
  • Recommend to the team based on the initial assessment a plan for each participant, including goals. The assessment shall be reviewed periodically by the team to determine its applicability and relevance to the
  • Make referral and follow-up with community services both state and local hat will assist the participant in meeting goals. The case manager shall be familiar with available community services.
  • Explore, refer and assist with the admission process to residential treatment facilities. The case manager shall be familiar with what programs are available to drug court participants, what services they offer and which programs might best meet their needs. The case manager will maintain contact with staff at the facility when a participant is in residence here.
  • Provide information and recommendations relating to issues of accountability and
  • Participate cooperatively and collaboratively with other team members in team meetings and staffings.
  • Gather and distribute weekly progress information to all drug court team members at weekly

staffings.

  • Assist in community supervision activities as directed by the team to include home visits, random UAs, job verification and other related
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with all drug court partners
  • Participate in relevant
  • Facilitate regularly scheduled group
  • Maintain a high level of professional ethics

 

Qualified interested candidates please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Human Resources, 77 Northeastern Blvd. Nashua, NH  03062 or email to careers@nhpartnership.org (preferred)

 

Back to Top


Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW)  Crisis Line

Keystone Hall is a non-profit organization that provides comprehensive residential and outpatient co-occurring disorder treatment, prevention, and recovery supports to New Hampshire community members, including men, women, adolescents, and families. As a member of the Partnership for Successful Living, Keystone Hall offers a unique, holistic approach to care that results in better outcomes for our clients and the community.

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a Substance Use Crisis Line for the state and be able to make a direct impact in the lives of many. The CRSW will provide phone coverage on the 24 hour Crisis Line, as well as in person screenings of individuals with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. In addition, the CRSW will assist participants in gaining access to needed resources in the community, by assisting them in overcoming barriers and helping them bridge gaps between their needs and available resources.

The CRSW reports to the Crisis Line Supervisor. Responsibilities include answering and providing assistance for information/referral, or listening/support calls, answer and provide appropriate intervention for crisis calls, collaborates with inpatient substance abuse treatment providers, document calls, and maintain agency policies, procedures, and productivity standards.

High School diploma or GED, current Recovery Support Worker Certification or within six months of hire, and two years of substance use/detox, or related experience is required. Must have excellent communication, time management, decision making, and crisis management skills.

Qualified interested candidates, please send resume and salary requirements to:  Human Resources 77 Northeastern Blvd.,  Nashua, NH  03062 or email careers@nhpartnership.org      

                                           

EOE-AA M/F/D/V/SO

Back to Top


Support Workers- Residential Services

Part-time  and Full-Time positions

Come help high-risk individuals and families in the residential community who are experiencing co-occurring (mental health and substance abuse) issues by providing them with guidance, education and supportive services.

As a Support Worker, you will be responsible for assuring the safety and adherence to residential rules for all residents; developing trusting relationships to enhance successful substance abuse outcomes and interventions; engaging and motivating clients in all of their treatment goals, specifically those related to substance abuse issues; assisting clients to develop and maintain social support  networks; creating and implementing educational groups;  and transporting and/or accompanying clients to appointments which connect them to community resources and services.

The successful candidate will possess a High School Diploma or GED and a current driver’s license.  Recovery Support Worker Certification (eligible or in process) needed.  You must be familiar with recovery oriented systems of care in the community and possess knowledge of 12 core functions.  Experience with culturally and clinically diverse populations as well as Evidence based treatment modalities, Recovery Oriented Systems of Care, Medication Assisted Treatment and community recovery support programs also required.

In addition, you will have two years of substance abuse/detox or related experience.  If you are in recovery, one year of continuous sobriety and significant evidence of personal stability is needed.  Strong written and verbal communication skills along with strong organizational and time management skills also essential for job success.

Qualified interested candidates please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Human Resources, 77 Northeastern Blvd. Nashua, NH  03062 or email to careers@nhpartnership.org (preferred).

EOE-AA  M/F/D/V/SO

 

Back to Top


Milford Regional Counseling Services:

No positions at this time.

 

Donate Get Help Volunteer

CONNECT WITH US


       





CONTACT INFORMATION


Partnership for Successful Living
77 Northeastern Boulevard, Nashua, NH 03062
603.882.3616
hope@nhpartnership.org

 
 
 
    © Copyright 2012 Partnership for Successful Living. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy | Site by Graphic Details