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Awake Overnight Residential Counselor

Dover Children's Home

Dover Children’s Home, founded in 1893, is a non-profit intermediate-level treatment program, offering a wide array of services to children in need from all parts of NH.  The agency is designed to provide community-based residential care for boys and girls who have been abused or neglected; are under a CHINS (Child in Need of Services) petition; or who have committed delinquent acts.  DCH is licensed to provide treatment for up to 19 children, ages 12 - 18.  The age is extended to age 20 in our independent living program (the PILOT House). In May 2015, the agency was additionally licensed to provide residential treatment through our Pregnant and Young Parent Support Program to adolescents who are currently pregnant and/or parenting, as well as their young children.

Dover Children’s Home is dedicated to enriching the lives of adolescents and strengthening their family relationships through the highest quality residential treatment services and educational programs. Our commitment to evolving and designing new treatment programs must set the standard for excellence in the field and enable those children facing life’s most difficult challenges with the means to grow and live healthy, productive, and independent lives.

 

 


This is a direct-care position.  Awake Overnight Counselor is responsible for providing logistical and clinical support to residents during the late night, overnight and early morning hours.  AON is responsible for ensuring the safety of all residents during the assigned shift.  This position reports directly to the Awake Overnight Supervisor.

Bachelors degree preferred. $13.50 an hour with benefits.

How to Apply:

Please email your resume to; mroyer@doverchildrenshome.org.

Job Location:

Dover

Date Added: August 7, 2017

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