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  
Emergency Services Clinician – Per Diem The Emergency Services Clinician is responsible for providing crisis intervention, crisis phone management and other similar services to clients accessing the agency through emergency services. This is a per diem position. Duties: provide face to face lethality assessments; evaluate risk of dangerousness to self or others and need for hospitalization; complete care coordination on emergency cases to initiate referral or other coordination with outpatient treatment.Some weekday office based shifts may include the provision of Crisis Stabilization or Intake services on-site at CLM and all shifts require the management of crisis calls as a component of this position. Qualifications: Master’s degree in mental health field is required, active licensure preferred; A.A.S. Certification preferred and attendance of best practice trainings on suicide assessment. Minimum of two years mental health experience with one year crisis intervention experience.
Supported Employment Specialist The Supported Employment Community Counselor provides community-based employment focused counseling services to adults with mental health issues. This position works collaboratively with the clinical team to support the consumer in working toward and completing their vocational goals outlined in the treatment plan. Counseling interventions will be based in the community setting such as home, work and other social environments. Duties include: work with adults to provide direct support within the community; document and articulate treatment interventions effectively; communicate symptoms, behaviors, strategies, and interventions to the clinical team; maintain professional codes of conduct and ethics; perform any additional duties assigned by supervisor. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or Associate's degree with a minimum of two years of direct experience within a related field is required.
School Based Clinician

The School Based Clinician provides individual clinical support to students in the Londonderry School District. This is a full time position with three days per week at Londonderry High School from 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 pm. and two days per week at Londonderry Middle School from 8:00: -2:30 pm. Regular supervision and meeting attendance will be required. Duties include: monitor mental status and assess for substance mis-use in a school based environment; provides Early Recovery, COA groups and brief solution focused therapy as determined in the school setting; coordinates and or provides crisis assessments/referrals as needed. Provides outreach, advocacy, resource identification, referral, mobilization, linkage, monitoring and coordination of services activities; participates as a member of the school based treatment team and serves on appropriate committees, both internal and external, as determined by supervisor and school administrator. Qualifications: Master’s degree and licensed eligible. Minimum of three (3) years direct service of substance mis-use and mental health experience. Strong clinical assessment skills and treatment of adolescents with co-occurring diagnosis.

Clinical Supervisor, Child and Adolescent Services The Clinical Supervisor is part of the clinical leadership team that supervises clinicians and manages departmental day to day clinical needs to ensure the provision of quality treatment services for each client. This position is full-time salaried at 35 hours per week in Children Services and is 50% direct clinical and 50% administrative/supervisory. Duties: Manages and delegates team workload, resources and priorities consistent with the mission of CLM and the principles of recovery; Provides training to new team members, provides ongoing performance feedback and formal annual performance appraisals for team members; Promotes best practice models and treatment strategies that are outcomes-driven; Supports and monitors agency and program outcomes measures; Assures that team members fulfill their functions professionally and in a manner that protects the integrity, confidentiality, and rights of all clients; Creates a team culture that supports growth and development of team members to better meet the needs of CLM clients, families and communities; Works in conjunction with the program director to insure that service delivery is efficient and effective and develops methods to effectively describe and monitor desired client outcomes, productivity, budget variances, and other salient information to develop the ability of the team to self-monitor Qualifications: Master’s degree in mental health field and NH licensure as an LICSW or LCMHC required; Four years full-time clinical experience post Master’s degree, with two years post licensure.
Adult Outpatient Clinician The Adult Outpatient Clinician provides outpatient clinical services to CLM clients who have unique and individualized needs. Outpatient clinical services include the diagnosis and treatment of a CLM client and all associated preparation for, and documentation of, diagnosis and treatment of the CLM client. This position includes the provision of services to clients challenged by Substance Use Disorders and Co-occurring Disorders. Duties: provides outpatient, solution-focused therapy to adults; develops treatment plans with each client; collaborate and coordinate efforts with CLM treatment team, PCP, and/or other involved providers. This is a full-time and/or Fee-For-Service position. Qualifications: Master's degree required along with NH state licensure of MLADC; preference given to candidates with additional licensure of LICSW or LCMHC. Experience within a clinical setting providing Solution-Focused Treatment; Experience with treatment of Substance Use Disorders and Co-occurring Disorders.
Wellness Coach, Full Time The Wellness Coach provides community-based counseling services to children and adults with mental health issues. This position provides support and education related to emotional wellness, physical activity, and balanced nutrition to address therapeutic goals as outlined in the treatment plan. The Wellness Coach works independently in community settings with individual clients, families, and also leads group activities. This position requires the collection of data essential to measuring outcomes of client participation and progress. The Wellness Coach works collaboratively with clinical and medical providers to advance and support integrated care services. Counseling interventions will be based in the community setting such as home, school, work, and other social environments. Duties: provides community based support services to children and adults to insure implementation of client’s wellness goals; provides supportive and motivational counseling, client-centered goal planning, and fitness and nutrition training to improve mental, emotional, and physical wellness. Works collaboratively with client’s treatment team, medical providers, and natural supports to establish and implement Wellness Plans. Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Health Science, Social Work, Rehabilitation, Psychology, Education or related field; Personal Trainer Certification and local gym membership are required and the responsibility of candidate to maintain during employment. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional interpersonal and relationship building skills; will have experience working collaboratively with one or more individuals to help accomplish a goal or behavior change; will be highly organized and have the ability to manage their own schedule with clients and group commitment; and have the ability to manage a balance of direct care and documentation responsibilities.
Intake and Triage Therapist The Intake Therapist is an office-based position where the clinician will perform initial intakes on clients of all ages requesting mental health services, complete emergency evaluations of walk-in clients if needed. The schedule for this position is Monday – Friday, 35 hours per week. Intake Duties: determine initial clinical impression, eligibility for services, and develop a treatment plan through completion of state or agency required documents; complete appropriate referrals to services available in the agency or community; components of care coordination to internal and external resources or services; collaboration with external and internal agency meetings to assist in client care. Triage Therapist duties: provide face to face lethality assessments; evaluate dangerousness to self or others and determine appropriateness for hospitalization; all shifts require the management of crisis calls or walk-ins as a component of this position as needed. Qualifications: Master's degree in mental health field, License Preferred, especially Licensed Social Worker (LICSW); minimum of two years mental health experience with one year crisis intervention experience. Strong psychosocial, psychiatric and diagnostic assessment skills, and risk/suicide assessment skills; knowledge of targeted case management, functional support, psychiatric hospitalization, and education services.
Children's Community Support Counselor The Children's Community Support Counselor provides community-based counseling services to children and families. This position works collaboratively with the clinical team to support the child in working toward and completing their therapeutic and recovery goals outlined in the treatment plan. Counseling interventions will be based in the community setting such as home, school and other social environments. Duties: working with children and their families to provide direct support within the community; document and articulate treatment interventions effectively; and communicate symptoms, behaviors, strategies, and interventions to the clinical team. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or an Associate's degree with a minimum of two years of direct experience within a related field is required; ability to be self-directed, motivated and independent problem solver; communicate effectively and compassionately with clients and their families; ability to exercise sound clinical judgment in routine, urgent, and emergent clinical situations; ability to document effectively and efficiently in course of clinical work, and to navigate an electronic health record.
Behavioral Health Consultant/Integrated Care The Behavioral Health Consultant works collaboratively within the primary care physicians’ office(s) delivering brief, solution-focused interventions to patients of the medical practice referred for behavioral health needs in pursuit of improved outcomes. This position is full-time salaried at 35 hours/week. Duties: utilizes solution-focused strategies and treatment that is outcomes driven; communicates effectively and collaboratively with all members of the medical practice and embraces a “warm hand-off” protocol. Provides consultation to the medical practice on topics related to behavioral health. Works in conjunction with the program director to insure that service delivery is efficient and effective. Qualifications: MSW, LICSW required. Two years full-time clinical experience post Master’s degree. Experience within a medical setting preferred; certification in primary care behavioral health a plus.
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