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.
The following position is available within North Country Health Consortium’s (NCHC) Substance Use Disorder Clinical Services that serves individuals with substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. NCHC is located in northern New Hampshire.
Responsibilities and Duties
The Executive Director is responsible for administration, development, management, and operation of the Friendship House (a residential treatment program located in Bethlehem, NH), 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/Substance Use Disorder 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.
Qualifications and Skills
Minimum Requirements: Master’s degree and two years full-time or full-time equivalent, administrative or supervisory experience in a licensed substance use disorders treatment facility.
This new position on the Finance team will provide critical support to the organization, with a concentration on Human Resources (HR) duties. The Finance/ HR Assistant is a full-time role (40 hrs) reporting to NCHC’s Chief Financial Officer.
Job duties include:
• General understanding of accounting principles • Working knowledge of MS Office products
• Flexible nature with the ability to work in a dynamic team environment • Excellent organizational and communication skills • Respect for confidentiality and attention to detail • Minimum of Associate’s Degree
The PHEP Coordinator will work to prepare and exercise Emergency Preparedness plans for possible use during a public health emergency; collaborates with Immunization Coordinator to conduct vaccination clinics; assumes co-coordinator role of the Northern New Hampshire Medical Reserve Corps. This full-time position (40 hrs.) reports to the Public Health Director.
• Increase Public Health Emergency Preparedness capability by conducting accelerated vaccination planning, preparation, and delivery activities; Coordinating vaccine delivery plans for each of the key sub-populations identified by the CDC and NH DPHS • Coordinate with NH Department of Public Health Services to ensure effective risk communication • Develop and publish region-specific materials and reports • Participate in response to a pandemic by engaging and coordinating public safety professionals and acting as Co-Coordinator for the Northern NH Medical Reserve Corps
• Professional working knowledge about public health and emergency response • Flexible nature with the ability to work in a dynamic team environment • Four-year degree and/or healthcare provider license • Reliable transportation and valid driver’s license • Willingness to travel within the North Country of NH • Occasional evening and weekend hours may be required
Looking for something new? Would you like to work primarily from home? We are looking to add one more Practice Facilitator to our statewide team. This is an exciting opportunity to use your healthcare quality improvement skills to be part of an innovative health care reform initiative. As part of our dynamic team, you will be primarily based at your home office and will provide direct quality improvement coaching support to health care practices as they transition to value-based payment.
The position requires demonstrated expertise in health care quality improvement and value-based care, a comfort level with technology, the ability to work independently and travel within NH as needed, and strong written and verbal communication skills. Bachelors degree in health-related field required and Masters degree and/or clinical license preferred. Experience in quality improvement coaching in a healthcare setting and practice transformation required. Knowledge of MACRA/MIPs, experience with PCMH and PQRS, and a comfort-level with EHRs preferred. Position requires a driver’s license, reliable transportation, and the ability to work remotely.
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 Substance Use Disorder 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.
Recovery Support Staff (RSS) work 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.
Currently, the following RSS shifts are open for hire:
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.
Please send your cover letter and resume to:
Karen Hoyt, NCHC Office Manager
North Country Health Consortium
262 Cottage Street, Suite 230 Littleton, NH 03561