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North Country Health Consortium

NCHC Employment

We are seeking dynamic individuals to work in our supportive team-based environment.  The North Country Health Consortium (NCHC) is a rural public health non-profit organization focused on improving the health of North Country residents. NCHC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Positions are being offered for:

LADC Clinician

Come join our dynamic team of dedicated clinicians, in a supportive environment that encourages collaboration and professional growth, as we grow, change, and enhance the landscape of service delivery in northern New Hampshire!

North Country Health Consortium's Clinical Services offers a comprehensive residential treatment facility serving individuals with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. Satellite locations throughout Coos, Grafton, and Carroll County provide Outpatient and IDCMP services. Our person-centered, community-based approach is individually tailored, integrating  Eight Dimensions of Wellness to improve the mental, behavioral, and physical health of our clients. 

The successful candidate will be responsible for clinical assessment and diagnosis, treatment planning, and facilitating individual, family, and/or group counseling. Candidate must possess a minimum of a Bachelor's degree; Master's degree in Addiction Counseling, or in the Mental Health field preferred. Candidate must hold a NH LADC, equivalent reciprocal out-of-state license, or be LADC-eligible. Significant experience with evidence-based SUD treatment modalities, Recovery-oriented Systems of Care, medication-assisted treatment, community recovery support programs, and strong knowledge of the 12-core functions of counseling also necessary. 

Administrative Director 

The Administrative Director is responsible for administration, development, management, and operation of the Friendship House (a Residential Treatment Program), Intensive Outpatient Services, Outpatient Services, and the Impaired Driver Program. Responsibilities also include development and implementation of internal operating policies and procedures, and development of future programs in accordance with policies and procedures. Must have experience managing key functions in a behavioral health residential facility and outpatient services, marketing and growth initiatives, state and accreditation compliance, and finance management. Individual must be able to create strong teams and work independently. 

Minimum requirements: Master's degree and two years of full-time or full-time equivalent, administrative or supervisory experience in a licensed substance use disorders treatment facility, or Bachelor's degree with five years of full-time, or full-time equivalent, administrative or supervisory experience in a licensed substance use disorders treatment facility. 

Recovery Support Staff 

The following position is available within NCHC's Substance Use Disorders Clinical Services (at the Friendship House location) that serves individuals with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. NCHC is located in northern New Hampshire.

Daily responsibilities of the Recovery Support position include:

•Ensure a safe, healthy, and comfortable residential environment • Supervision of residents, training to develop self-management and life skills, while role-modeling healthy behaviors •Assist with residential life, encourage socialization, and monitor daily chores and activities •Provide oversight of self-administered medications, keeping accurate documentation • Support residents’ capacity to follow through with objectives to meet their treatment goals •Provide support with community activities including introduction and participation at local support groups

The successful candidate must be at least 21 years of age and possess the following:

All applicants must be willing to become CPR/First Aid certified and attend required trainings to be eligible for Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW) credential within 6 months of hire.

Integrated Delivery Network (IDN) Quality Improvement Team 

We are looking for the following positions to join the Integrated Delivery Network (IDN) Quality Improvement Team to help the region drive health care delivery system reform:

Quality Improvement Coach

The Integrated Delivery Network Quality Improvement (IDN QI) Coach will work with participating primary care and behavioral health providers to help them progress along a path from their current state of practice toward the highest feasible level of integrated care based on SAMHSA’s Standard Framework for Levels of Integrated Healthcare. Applicants should have experience in process and performance improvement.

This is a full-time position, which requires attention to detail, ability to work independently, comfort with basic computer programs/technology (Excel, Word, Outlook, Microsoft Office, Visio, and Zoom), and strong written and verbal communication skills. Candidates should have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in a health-related field, healthcare administration, or public health. This position requires a driver's license and reliable transportation.

HIT Integration Coach

The Health Information Technology (HIT) Integration Coach will work with participating primary care and behavioral health providers to encourage using the shared care plan, event notification system, direct secure messaging, and patient registries as a tool to advances organizations along a path from their current state of practice toward the highest feasible level of integrated care based on SAMHSA’s Standard Framework for Levels of Integrated Healthcare. Applicants should have experience in health information technology.

This is a full-time position, which requires attention to detail, ability to work independently, comfort with basic computer programs/technology (Excel, Word, Outlook, Microsoft Office, Visio, and Zoom), and strong written and verbal communication skills. Candidates should have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in a health-related field, healthcare administration, or public health. This position requires a driver's license and reliable transportation.

Data Specialist

The Integrated Delivery Network (IDN) Data Specialist will be responsible to collect, correlate, and validate IDN data for the purposes of reporting, benchmarking, and data analysis.  In addition, the Data Specialist will be required to assemble and organize the data to create meaningful reports and presentations. Applicants should have experience with data analysis.

This is a full-time position, which requires attention to detail, ability to work independently, comfort with basic computer programs/technology (Excel, Word, Outlook, Microsoft Office, Visio, and Zoom), and strong written and verbal communication skills. Candidates should have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in a health-related field, healthcare administration, or public health. This position requires a driver's license and reliable transportation.

 

Community Health Worker (CHW)

CHWs provide outreach, community education, informal counseling social support, and advocacy. CHWs also assist with removing barriers to accessing health care and other services. 

Candidate must have resided within the local community for 2+ years with knowledge of local culture and values. Familiarity with the resources available within the community. This is a full-time position. 

Must have a valid drivers license within the state, reliable transportation, and proof of insurance. Must be willing to complete CHW training (provided by North Country Health Consortium). Bachelor's Degree or High School Diploma/GED and comparable experience required. 

Accounting/Human Resources Assistant

Experienced candidate will provide critical support to the organization as member of the growing Finance team with diverse job responsibilities and offer a friendly and flexible nature with ability to prioritize and meet deadlines. 

This is a full-time position and requires strong written and verbal communication skills, computer skills (Excel, Word, Outlook, and Microsoft Office 365), respect for confidentiality, attention to detail, and ability to work in a team environment. Candidate should have a minimum of an Associate's degree in Accounting with three years of experience, along with recent experience in Human Resources and comprehensive knowledge of labor laws. 

Please send all resumes and cover letters to:

Karen Hoyt, NCHC Office Manager
North Country Health Consortium
262 Cottage Street, Suite 230 Littleton, NH 03561
khoyt@nchcnh.org
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