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Title Assistant Program Director
Categories Corporate Site, Feature on Homepage, Program Management
Location Lowell, MA
Job Information

NFI Massachusetts, Inc., a non-profit human services agency, is currently seeking an Assistant Program Director for our Four Corners STARR location in Lowell, MA.

The Assistant Program Director will be responsible for assisting the Program Director in the day to day operations of the program, including administrative tasks, staff supervision, oversight of client care and treatment coordination.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree and/or two to three years of experience working with similar populations in a supervisory role.
  • A valid driver’s license and a reliable vehicle are required.

Four Corners in Lowell, MA provides safe, therapeutic, short-term residential placement for male and female youth age 12-18. The program serves youth and families struggling with issues that include emotional disturbance, trauma, family conflict and behavioral issues such as truancy, running and substance abuse.

The program works with youth and families in crisis, providing them with opportunities to assess, stabilize and work together to create a strong plan for the future. The program provides crisis intervention, intensive family treatment, clinical assessments and assessment-based recommendations for further treatment. Services include onsite educational and therapeutic groups to address topics like anger management, life skills, healthy relationships, coping skills, substance abuse and anxiety management. The goal is rapid stabilization and reintegration home or to the next appropriate setting within 45 days.

CONTACT INFORMATION

All resumes will be sent to Jessica Seder, Human Resources Administrator at NFI Massachusetts, Inc., for review.

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Title Assistant Program Director
Categories Corporate Site, Feature on Homepage, Program Management
Location Peabody, MA
Job Information

NFI Massachusetts, Inc., a non-profit human services agency, is seeking an Assistant Program Director for our Lakeside group home location in Peabody, MA.

The Assistant Program Director will be responsible for assisting the Program Director in the day to day operations of the program, including administrative tasks, staff supervision, oversight of client care and treatment coordination.

 JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree and/or two to three years of experience working with similar populations in a supervisory role.
  • A valid driver’s license and a reliable vehicle are required.

NFI Lakeside serves 12 adolescent males, ages 12-18 who are placed at the program by the Department of Youth Services pending court disposition.  The program offers residents a full range of services including education, counseling, life skills, recreation and all activities of daily living. The goal of the program is to help residents manage the stress of awaiting their future court dates, while teaching them new skills to bring them success in their communities.

CONTACT INFORMATION

All resumes will be sent to Jessica Seder, Human Resources Administrator for NFI Massachusetts, Inc., for review.

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Title Program Director
Categories Corporate Site, Feature on Homepage, Program Management
Location Methuen, MA
Job Information

NFI Massachusetts, Inc., a human services organization, is currently seeking a seasoned manager to serve in the role of Program Director for one of its DDS Residential programs specializing in adult Acquired Brain Injuries (ABI) located in Methuen, MA.

The Program Director will oversee in the administrative, programmatic and operations aspects of the program as well as to aide in the expansion of services and census. The Program Director will also supervise the Assistant Program Director and Direct Care Staff.

The Program Director will be responsible for:

  • Financial oversight
  • Management and Operations of the programs
  • Clinical oversight

Essential skills include:

  • Coaching and writing.
  • Program improvement.
  • Training
  • Fiscal management.
  • Administrative excellence.
  • Incident response and investigation
  • Policy implementation.
  • Trouble-shooting.
  • Supervision and development of staff.
  • Communication with families, funding and licensing representatives.
  • Ability to support all agency initiatives and respond to multiple stakeholders is all part of the job.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Qualified candidate will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a related field. Candidates will also have at least 4/5 years of experience with funders and population.

  • Experience with DDS and Licensing preferred.
  • Valid driver’s license and a reliable vehicle a must, as some travel may be required.
  • Schedule requires a level of flexibility.
  • Bi-lingual candidates preferred but not required.

NFI Massachusetts Inc. is a dedicated non-profit human service agency which offers a highly diverse spectrum of community based programs for youth, families and adults. Those served include troubled adolescents with histories of abuse and neglect, serious emotional and/or behavioral problems and delinquent youth, in addition to adults with mental illness, acquired brain injuries or development disabilities. We also work with the families of our individual clients to maximize their involvement and assist them in supporting recovery.

CONTACT INFORMATION

All resumes will be sent to Jessica Seder, Human Resources Administrator at NFI Massachusetts, Inc., for review.

Job Type: Full-time

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Title Clinical Director
Categories Clinicians & Mental Health Counselors, Corporate Site, Feature on Homepage, Program Management
Location Newton, MA
Job Information

NFI Massachusetts, Inc., a private non-profit human services agency, is currently seeking a Licensed/License-Eligible Clinical Director for our North Crossing program located in Newton, MA.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • The overall planning, implementation and oversight of the clinical services provided by the program.
  • Providing direct supervision and oversight to the program Clinicians.
  • Assessing new referrals to the program and arrange or conduct testing and evaluations as needed.
  • Developing and/or oversee development of individual treatment plans in cooperation with program staff, other relevant service providers, client’s family (when appropriate) and client.
  • Reviewing client clinical records to ensure quality and compliance with funding source regulations.
  • Providing appropriate feedback and training for program staff regarding record keeping.
  • Providing individual counseling, when appropriate, as defined by each client’s clinical treatment plan.
  • Facilitating and/or coordinate clinical in-service training. Develop curriculum for therapeutic groups.
  • Collaborating with program management and staff regarding therapeutic milieu and clinical orientation of program.
  • Facilitating family meetings and home visits, as defined by each client’s clinical treatment plan.
  • Act as a liaison with psychiatrist and other agencies providing auxiliary clinical services.
  • Coordinate, facilitate and/or participate in case conferences, treatment meetings and clinical review meetings, as appropriate.
  • Being familiar with all program emergency procedures.
  • Providing emergency on-call for program. The schedule may require some evenings.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Completed Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field required.
  • License eligibility required – LMHC, LICSW, and LMFT preferred.
  • Previous experience with adolescent population and their families and expertise in crisis stabilization and management required.
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and writing skills required.

“North Crossing in Newton, MA provides individualized and comprehensive residential services to male and female youth age 12-18 and their families. Youth referred to the program are in need of temporary out-of-home placement to address a range of emotional and behavioral issues. The program offers 24 hour staffing that provides support and supervision. Comprehensive clinical services include treatment planning, life skills training, individual/group/family therapy and access to social and recreational resources in the community.

The highly structured milieu provides a safe and predictable context in which youth can stabilize behaviors, progress in treatment and develop new skills. Staff members serve as teachers and coaches, developing practical supports and interventions for youth that are readily transferable to the home environment and can be easily understood and taught to families. While the program specializes in family reunification, it also works with youth who transfer to foster care or independent living. For youth who do not have reunification as a goal, the program focuses on cultivating family involvement whenever possible and establishing meaningful lifelong connections to other caring adults who can guide them into adulthood.”

CONTACT INFORMATION

All resumes will go to Jessica Seder, Human Resources Coordinator at NFI Massachusetts, Inc., for review.

Job Type: Full-time

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Title Youth Counselor Assistant Supervisor
Categories Corporate Site, Direct Care Counselors & Supervisors, Feature on Homepage, Program Management
Location Worcester, MA
Job Information

NFI Massachusetts, Inc., a non-profit human services agency, iscurrently seeking a full-time Second Shift Youth Counselor Assistant Supervisor for our IRTP location in Worcester, MA.

“Located at the Worcester Recovery Center & Hospital, NFI’s two, fifteen bed IRTPs are state-wide residential programs for adolescents who have a serious mental illness and/or severe emotional and/or behavioral disturbances. The two programs provide vigorous treatment in a locked setting for youth who are unable to be safely treated in a less restrictive setting. The programs are highly resourced with highly trained and credentialed staff which include child psychiatry, nursing, occupational therapy, clinical services, in-house education and therapeutic milieu. Youth are referred by the Department of Mental Health (DMH). *The program is structured in a trauma-informed, family focused environment.* Both the D1 and D2 units utilize peer mentors as a support to the youth placed; peer mentors are staff that have lived experience in program placement and have gone on to fulfill their educational and professional goals, and work part time supporting youth at the IRTP on the path to recovery. The therapeutic milieu and educational day programming are designed to foster success after transition out of the program.”

We are looking for a dedicated and qualified candidate with strong leadership skills to supervise, monitor, coach and mentor program staff and youth. The goal is to create a therapeutic milieu and to ensure the safety and security of our clients.

 JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree and/or two or three years of experience working with similar populations.
  • A valid driver’s license and a reliable vehicle are required.

CONTACT INFORMATION

All resumes will be sent to Jessica Seder, Human Resources Administrator at NFI Massachusetts, Inc., for review.

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