Careers at the Center for Life Management

Full-time positions offer an excellent compensation package including 3 weeks paid vacation. Please indicate position of interest. You may reply by e-mail to the attention of careers@clmnh.org or send a resume and cover letter to

Attn: Human Resources
Center for Life Management
10 Tsienneto Road, Derry NH 03038

email careers@clmnh.org  
APRN Adult Services This is a full-time position reporting to the Medical Director. The APRN will be working with adults eighteen years of age and older with an emphasis on evaluating and diagnosing clients with a wide variety of mental illnesses. Duties include working as part of a collaborative clinical team; prescribing medications and interpreting lab tests. Must have ability to work with diverse populations in a variety of environments; be a self-directed, motivated and independent problem solver; able to exercise sound clinical judgment in routine, urgent, and emergent situations. Master’s degree with a certification in psychiatry, along with an APRN license is required.
APRN Child, Adolescent and Family Services This is a full-time position reporting to the Medical Director, with an emphasis on evaluating and diagnosing clients with a variety of mental illnesses. Duties include working as part of a collaborative clinical team; prescribing medications and interpreting lab tests. Must have ability to work with diverse populations in a variety of environments; be a self-directed, motivated and independent problem solver; able to exercise sound clinical judgment in routine, urgent, and emergent situations. Master’s degree with a certification in psychiatry, along with an APRN license is required.
Child and Adolescent Outpatient Clinician Provides outpatient, solution-focused therapy for children and adolescents. Clinical skills in working with children who have diagnosis in the Autism Spectrum are preferred. Responsibilities include development of treatment plans; timely documentation; collaborate and coordinate efforts with CLM treatment team, school, PCP, and/or other involved providers. This position has responsibility in the Salem and Derry offices, as well as with clients in the community; community based services account for 25% of the role. Master’s degree required. Experience within a clinical setting providing children and adolescent services; effective communication skills, organizational skills, and ability to multi-task; strong documentation skills and prior experience utilizing electronic records; strong ability and desire to work as part of a clinical team.
Quality Improvement Specialist The Quality Improvement Specialist is a dual role which combines clinical and administrative duties. The QI Specialist works as an integral member of the Quality and Compliance Department to understand, analyze, and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of services and consumer satisfaction. On the clinical side, the QI Specialist will provide outpatient clinical services including the diagnosis and treatment of CLM clients and all associated preparation for, and documentation of, diagnosis and treatment. Duties include: organizes, facilitates and monitors the audit process including: tracking corrective action, collating and graphing results. Identifies trends and makes recommendations for further investigation and corrective action; issues quarterly report; maintains up to date knowledge of all applicable rules, regulations, statutes and contractual obligations relative to QI/Compliance; aids in complaint investigations and incidence reviews. Also assists in the development and analysis of various satisfaction surveys and in the development and coordination of staff trainings. Prior project management experience is preferred, along with excellent interpersonal, organizational, communication and collaboration skills. Master’s degree is required.
Adult Outpatient Clinician The Adult Outpatient Clinician provides outpatient clinical services to CLM clients who have unique and individualized needs. Outpatient clinical services includes the diagnosis and treatment of a CLM client and all associated preparation for, and documentation of, diagnosis and treatment of the CLM client. Major duties include: provide outpatient, solution-focused therapy to adults; develop treatment plans with each client; specify presenting problem, objectives, interventions, and desired outcomes; provide timely documentation on each service delivered; collaborate and coordinate efforts with CLM treatment team, PCP, and/or other involved providers. This is a full-time position and/or fee-for-service. Qualifications: Master’s degree required; LICSW preferred; experience within a clinical setting providing Solution-Focused Treatment; effective communication skills, organizational skills, and ability to multi-task; strong documentation skills and prior experience utilizing electronic records; strong ability and desire to work as part of a clinical team.
Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Specialist The QI Specialist works as an integral member of the Quality and Compliance Department to understand, analyze, and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of services and consumer satisfaction. Major duties include: Organizes, facilitates and monitors the audit process including: tracking corrective action, collating and graphing results. Identifies trends and makes recommendations for further investigation and corrective action. Issues quarterly reports. Monitors service utilization, reports on trends, outliers and outcomes to inform utilization review committee. Gathers data and maintains databases on selected QI activities. Assists in the development and analysis of various satisfaction surveys. Interprets results, issues recommendations for improvement and aids in the development of quarterly report; Assists VP of QI/Compliance with Incident reviews and other QI related projects as needed. Qualifications: prior project management experience is preferred, along with excellent interpersonal, organizational, communication and collaboration skills. Must possess or have the ability to rapidly gain a high level of proficiency with EHR. Ability to create and use databases, spreadsheets, data queries and reports, presentation software and programs such as Access, Excel and Crystal reports. The ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously, along with skill in system analysis, problem solving and evaluation is required. Experience within a clinical setting providing Solution-Focused Treatment; effective communication skills, organizational skills, and ability to successfully work as part of a clinical team. Master’s degree is required.
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