We Need Per-Diem Life Skills Coaches! 

group homeWe’re Hiring!

No experience necessary! Just bring your great attitude and compassion and we’ll train you.

The Moore Center operates community residences for individuals with intellectual disabilities, such as autism and Down syndrome, and we’re looking for additional staff to help support our effort. Here’s some information about our homes in Manchester and Londonderry, and a bit of information about what we do. We’d love to have you join us! 

It’s a Family Setting!

client-w-catOur homes operate in a family setting, where people support and encourage each other. As a Life Skills Coach you’ll be helping individuals grow by supporting and encouraging them in working towards increased independence, while also providing aid with daily activities such as making meals, personal care, and exercise. You’ll also help them engage in fun activities and community social events.

We always encourage people to bring their talents to our family too, so whether your talent is music, cooking, or crafts, you’re encouraged to bring it into our homes and share it with our residents and staff!

It’s very rewarding to develop personal relationships and see the joy on their faces as you help them overcome their daily challenges – things that many of us take for granted – while leading them to a better life. 

Our staff covers three shifts per day, seven days per week, and we’re looking for per-diem staff to cover one to two shifts per week for those times when our regular staff needs some relief. Shifts run from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM, 3:00 PM to 11:00 PM, and 11:00 PM to 7:00 AM. 

We’ll work with your schedule! If you’re interested in a flexible, part-time, rewarding opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life, let us know what schedule works for you and we’ll train you to be a Life Skills Coach. 

 Apply to Become a Per-Diem Life Skills Coach Now!  

Why Work At The Moore Center?

  • Lots of training to help enhance your resume
  • Excellent Benefits – Health, Dental, Vacation & More
  • Flexible Schedules Available – Full Time, Part Time & Per Diem

What is a Life Skills Coach?

“One of the happiest moments of my life was when I took my client, who uses a wheelchair, to adaptive skiing for the first time and he screamed, ‘I really can do anything!’ at the top of his lungs.” ~ E. K. – Life Skills Coach


A Life Skills Coach is a coach, mentor, teacher and caregiver. They help individuals with intellectual disabilities develop skills needed to integrate into the community and pursue opportunities for employment to improve their overall quality of life.

What does a Life Skills Coach do?

A Life Skills Coach helps people learn social skills, job skills, and personal care skills and provides the support needed for them to engage in recreational and social activities such as:

Volunteering Shopping Attending Movies Job Shadowing
Swimming Bowling Skiing Golf
Exercise Cooking Arts & Crafts/Sewing Recreational Opportunities
Dances Gardening Going Out to Eat Cookouts

Come join our team!


MooreCenter-postimgThe Moore Center prides itself on providing a fun and professional atmosphere while maintaining a high standard of care for those we serve. We also offer career advancement opportunities and a comprehensive training program to ensure your success.

We’re looking for applicants who want to learn and grow, while helping others do the same. All you need to bring is a positive attitude and a desire to make a difference!

In the professional community this type of position is known as a DSP (Direct Support Professional), which is a nationally recognized profession with opportunities for advancement. Our comprehensive training program is designed to help you advance and includes:

  • Minimum of 6 classroom training sessions and 12 online courses on topics such as Disabilities Overview, Community Inclusion, Autism, Behavioral Support, Client Rights, Cultural Competence
  • Access to the full online disability training library available through Relias Learning
  • Certification training in CPR/First Aid, Defensive Driving, Management of Aggressive Behavior (MOAB)
  • Training on personal care services
  • On-going professional development in topics such as: critical thinking, email etiquette, social media guidelines
  • A minimum of 30 hours on-the-job training with a professional mentor

For more information or to discuss becoming a Life Skills Coach, please call 603-206-2738, or check out our current openings here.  

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