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Team Lead, Youth & Family Services

Community Partners

Community Partners, Strafford County’s premier behavioral health & developmental services provider, links people to the long-term supports and services they need to a live a full life in this community. Our nonprofit agency emphasizes delivery of quality social services to the people who need them. In order to do that we need employees who want to be proud of the work they do every day. 


Team Leads for our Youth & Family Services department oversee an established and talented multidisciplinary team of behavioral health providers. Duties include clinical and administrative supervision and oversight, clinical care coordination, case assignment, staff training, quality review, collaboration with agency and community collaterals, and providing psychotherapy for a small group of clients.

This full-time, 40-hours/week position offers an annual salary starting at $45,000, as well as a generous benefit package including paid time off, health, dental, and life insurance, retirement planning and opportunities for growth within the agency.

Requirements:

A Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, Social Work, Mental Health Counseling, or a related field, a minimum of three years’ clinical experience, and supervisory experience is required. Candidate must be licensed or license-eligible by the NH Board of Mental Health Practice.

Candidate must have a valid driver’s license, clean driving record, proof of adequate vehicle liability coverage, and reliable transportation.

All candidates must pass a background check which includes criminal and driving records.

How to Apply:

If you’re ready to work for an amazing company and think this position is right for you, Please complete our online application at http://www.communitypartnersnh.org/?page_id=714.

Job Location:

Rochester

Date Added: September 20, 2017

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