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Community Living Manager

Easterseals NH

Easterseals NH is here to change the way the world defines and views disability by making a profound, positive difference in people's lives every day. Our mission is to spread help, hope & answers.

We are seeking a Community Living Manager to provide case management for adult foster care homes supporting individuals with developmental disabilities and high risk behaviors in the Manchester and Concord areas. Specific responsibilities will include recruiting, training and monitoring Home Providers, direct care staff and respite providers, maintaining consistent communications with clients, program staff, case managers, guardians, parents, physicians etc. and developing treatment plans and ensuring consistent implementation of these plans.

 This position requires a Bachelor's Degree in Rehabilitation, Human Services or related field. The ability to effectively supervise and manage the foster homes' compliance with agency and state regulations and comply with all documentation requirements is also necessary. Prior experience working with the individuals with developmental disabilities and/or mental health disabilities is required. Prior supervisory experience is preferred. This position requires extensive local travel and the ability to work a flexible schedule and to be on-call. A valid driver's license, reliable transportation and insurance are also required.

 This is a full time position with benefits, including medical, dental, matching retirement, life insurance, potential for tuition reimbursement, a comprehensive paid orientation program as well as ongoing professional development with substantial room for growth within a nation wide human services agency. EOE

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Job Location:

Stratham and Concord

Date Added: October 31, 2017

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