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Clinical Care 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, Inc., a nonprofit human service agency operating programs in the states of Maine and New Hampshire. We provide community based services ranging from counseling, in-home support and case management to special education and residential treatment.

NFI North is seeking a full time Wraparound Facilitator/Care Coordinator to work in the System of Care Fast Forward program (SOC-FF).

The NH System of Care is a value-based system designed to serve children, youth and families experiencing difficulties due to the child or youth's Severe Emotional Disturbance.  The child or youth served thorugh the system of care are at risk for acute psychiatric hospitalization or out of home placement in a residential treatment facility.

This is a unique position in NFI North's expanding service array working with an integrated team that provides a wide array of therapeutic services to youth and families throughout New Hampshire.

This position will require a flexible schedule and require some evenings and weekends based on youth and family needs.  $47,500 - $50,000 annually depending on education and experience.

We offer an excellent benefit package with health and dental, generous time off package including paid vacation, sick and holidays, tuition reimbursement, life insurance, various vendor purchasing discounts, excellent training, career growth and supportive work environment.

NFI North is a proud partner with Southern New Hampshire University's (SNHU) College for America, an accredited, nonprofit college designed to develop working adults through cost-effective, competency-based higher education. Not only do we offer our employees access at incredibly low and affordable rates but now you can also enroll your immedicate family members. SNHU offers accredited bahelor and associate degree programs completely online at your own pace for only $3,000 a year or less when eligible for our tuition reimbursement program.



Candidate must possess a Master's degree or equivalent; or Bachelors' degree in human service field with four years' experience and/or training.  Preferred candidates will have experience working with juvenile justice or other at risk juvenile populations.

How to Apply:

Please send resume and cover letter to: and put SOC-FF in subject line.

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Date Added: June 30, 2017

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