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Day Treatment Caseworker Per Diem

Child and Family Services of NH

Child and Family Services is an independent nonprofit agency dedicated to advancing the well-being of children by providing an array of social services to strengthen family life and by promoting community commitment to the needs of children. Founded in 1850, Child and Family Services an independent/private nonprofit is the oldest children's charitable organization in New Hampshire.

The Caseworker, as part of the Day Treatment team, is responsible for creating a safe and therapeutic environment that is strength-based and promotes positive youth development. Responsibilities include facilitating program meetings, community service activities, recreational & independent living activities, as well as clinical groups and behavior management programs.  The Caseworker will drive agency vans or private vehicles to provide transportation for program clients.  Other skills needed are a intermediate level knowledge of computers, the ability to complete paperwork timely and effectively, with strong written and verbal communication skills. The chosen candidate will also be required to submit to a criminal background check and a motor vehicle record check.  Candidates must have a valid driver’s license & auto insurance which meet agency standards.

This Caseworker will be a per diem hourly employee who will work as needed up to 20 hours per week. There is a possibility this position may become permanent part time as the program grows.


BA degree required plus 2 years related work experience, Master’s preferred. Previous experience working with youth and families involved in child welfare and juvenile justice systems a preferred. Afternoon and evenings required. (Hours are typically Noon to 7pm.)

How to Apply:

Submit cover letter and resume to Reference Job Code 0608PD

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Date Added: October 12, 2017

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