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  
Elders Residential Asleep Counselor-Fulltime The role of the Residential (Asleep) Counselor is to provide additional support during the third shift if needed to residents residing at Beaver Lake Lodge elders’ residential program. The Residential Counselor develops and maintains positive, supportive relationships with residents and assists them in meeting their treatment goals. As part of the treatment team, the residential counselor works to provide a safe, supported, structured, and therapeutic treatment environment. Major duties include working with older adults to provide direct support with daily living skills at the residence to include, supportive counseling, medication management, personal hygiene and cleanliness of the residents personal space and the residence. Qualifications and skills required include the ability to be self-directed, motivated and an independent problem solver; ability to communicate effectively and compassionately with consumers and their families; ability to communicate effectively and work cohesively with other professionals across disciplines, inside and outside of the agency. High school diploma required.
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.
Children’s Clinician (Fee-For-Service)

This Fee for Service position will require working at the CLM Hampstead Satellite on Monday, and the Derry office on Thursday and Saturday (8:30-2pm). Clinician will provide individual and family outpatient psychotherapy services. Duties include intake assessments, certification evaluations, establish treatment goals, develop individual service plans and conduct client centered conferences. Monitor mental status and treatment compliance. Develops annual comprehensive psychosocial assessment, coordinate medical services and emergency services as needed. Provides outreach, advocacy, resource identification, referral, mobilization, linkage, monitoring and coordination of services activities. Participates as a member of the clinical multi-disciplinary treatment team and serves on appropriate committees, both internal and external, as determined by supervisor.

Requires Master’s degree in mental health field, LICSW preferred. Must have knowledge of ASD & DBT with minimum of two (2) years direct service mental health experience.

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.
Children’s Administrative Assistant – Full Time The Children's Administrative Assistant provides advanced clerical and receptionist support for the clinical team and provides assistance to staff, physicians, nurses and clients. The schedule for this position is Monday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Tuesday 9:00 am -4:00 pm., Wednesday 12:00 pm - 8:30 pm., Thursday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, Friday 9:00 am – 5:30 pm. Duties include: responsible for client check in and checkout process, direct incoming phone calls, provide account information to clients and staff as requested, and receivables processing; schedule appointments, rooms and coordinate calendars as requested. Ensure efficient patient flow by assessing availability of clinical team members and notifying supervisor of conflicts as needed; assist with coordination of Child Impact Seminars. Qualifications required include a high level of interpersonal skills to handle client service situations appropriately; ability to problem solving and take action as necessary; knowledge of Microsoft applications, with emphasis on Word, Publisher and Excel; ability to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to juggle multiple competing tasks and demands while being detail oriented. A high school diploma or equivalent is required.
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