Jobs at The Moore Center
Below is a list of all our current job listings.
The Moore Center is one of New Hampshire’s largest human services organizations, providing services to over 2,000 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders, as well as award-winning, innovative programs for children and senior citizens.
We offer a wide range of employment opportunities, competitive wages, and a comprehensive, competitive benefits package with all full-time positions. We’re also committed to our employees’ professional growth. Our training and development programs, including the College of Direct Support, enable employees to build careers while constantly improving the ways in which we serve our clients.
Diversity broadens perspective and enriches experiences, lending important depth and dimension to our lives. As such, it is one of our core values. We value and respect differences among all individuals. The Moore Center is an equal opportunity employer.
IMMEDIATE AND ON-GOING OPENINGS FOR DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL & PERSONAL CARE SERVICE PROVIDERS (full-time and part-time)
Immediate full and part-time positions available to work with our clients in our Community Based and Residential programs, in community, volunteer and vocational settings, and in their homes (where personal care and light housekeeping duties may be required).
Various opportunities available in our Community Based Services, Residential, Independent Living, In-Home Supports, Family-Directed, Employment Services and Moore Options for Seniors programs. Hours range from Monday through Friday in some programs, to nights, holidays or weekends, to per diem or relief hours.
These positions require a high school diploma or equivalent, valid driver’s license, personal vehicle and $100,000/300,000 Automobile Liability Insurance. Experience is welcome but not required; on-the-job training is provided.
Immediate full-time opening for a Case Manager who is responsible for coordinating client services. This includes evaluating client needs, prioritizing the level of service coordination, determining appropriate and cost-effective services, tracking expenses and documenting outcomes. The Case Manager must also continually monitor and evaluate services for quality.
Bachelor’s degree preferred; consideration may be given to those with an Associate’s degree and a minimum of 2 years work experience in human services. One to two years’ experience working in human services preferred. Proficiency in various software applications including Word, Excel, and Access.
DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS
Several immediate full-time openings to professionally support high risk/high need individuals receiving services in a Clinical Home to achieve the highest level of independence in all settings.
Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent experience) plus minimum of 1 year experience in human services required; 3 years’ experience preferred. Criminal, motor vehicle, and Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services background checks that meet agency standards required, as well as valid driver’s license and access to a safe operating vehicle during scheduled working hours and $100,000/300,00 Automobile Liability Insurance required. Required state trainings through Relias Learning or equivalent preferred. Completion of management of aggressive behavior (MOAB) training part 1 and part 2. It is considered a bona fide occupational qualification (BFOQ) for direct support staff /professionals to accompany clients to religious ceremonies as dictated by the clients’ personal religious preferences.
SENIOR MANAGER, COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES
Immediate full-time opening to provide administrative and technical supervision and support to all Community-Based Services programs, including community supports/services, employment services and supported independent living services. This position works closely with clients, families, employers and local community in order to best meet the needs of the clients. Also conducts client intakes and record reviews, develops service proposals and assists in staff recruitment and training.
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field required, plus a minimum of 5 years’ experience working with people with disabilities and/or behavioral health issues. A minimum of 3 years’ management experience, and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and database systems also required.
PERSONAL CARE SPECIALIST (2)
Immediate need for 2 part-time Personal Care Specialists to provide exceptional daily personal care assistance to individuals served by the Community-Based Services program. These positions are 2 hours/day, Monday – Friday.
These positions require a high school diploma or equivalent, as well as experience working with individuals with personal care needs and intellectual and developmental disabilities.
FAMILY DIRECTED SERVICES
DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL – DEERING
Immediate part-time opening for a Direct Support Professional to provide support to a young man living in Deering, NH. The Direct Support Professional will professionally support this young man in maintaining his current employment and encouraging him socially, all while working towards increased independence. This current opening is in Deering, NH and is scheduled for Monday, Tuesday and Thursday (10am-4pm).
This position requires a high school degree or equivalent, excellent interpersonal communication and organizational skills as well as a demonstrated ability to speak, read and write English. Patience is a plus. Experience in the field of developmental services is preferred.
DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL – MANCHESTER
Immediate opening for a Direct Support Professional. The candidate will provide1:1 guidance and support to an individual living with family members in the home as well as, to participate in the community and meet self-determined goals. This position will professionally support an individual working toward independence with activities of daily living, daily coping and life skills. The individual will provide personal care service for the client. This current opening is Monday – Friday (8:30am-4:30pm).
This position requires a high school degree or equivalent, excellent interpersonal communication and organizational skills as well as a demonstrated ability to speak, read and write English. Prior experience working for individuals with developmental disabilities and ability to provide adequate transportation for clients, which includes having access to a reliable vehicle, a valid driver’s license and maintaining personal auto insurance of $100,000/300,000.
DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL, PART-TIME
Immediate part-time openings to provide in-home care for a 14-year-old boy with autism in Bedford, NH. One or more afternoon shifts available after school, 3 – 4 days/week. Duties include assistance with activities of daily living, personal care, speech, recreational activities, transport to appointments, and meal prep. This is a non-smoking home.
This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent, plus a minimum of 3 years’ experience in human services field working with children/teens, valid driver’s license, personal vehicle and 100/300 Automobile Liability Insurance, as well as a demonstrated ability to speak, read and write English. Knowledge of sign language and experience working with those with autism preferred.
DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL, PART-TIME
Immediate part-time opening to provide care for a 16-year-old child in his home. Assist with getting child off of the school bus and assisting with leisure and community-based activities. Responsible for implementing and documenting client therapies and interventions as indicated in the Individual Service Plan. Hours are Monday through Friday, 2:30pm – 5:30pm.
This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent plus a minimum of 3 years experience in human services field, Employment Health Screening, capability to physically assist client, valid driver’s license, personal vehicle and 100/300 Automobile Liability Insurance.
MOORE OPTIONS FOR SENIORS
MANAGER, MOORE OPTIONS FOR SENIORS
Immediate full-time opening to manage and implement all aspects of Moore Options for Seniors Adult Family Care, Kinship Care, and departmental quality improvement and administrative processes.
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of 5 years’ program management experience that includes direct supervision of staff. Proficiency in various software applications including Word, Excel and Access to promote efficient communication and accurate record keeping. Access to a reliable vehicle to transport individuals and $100,000/300,000 Automobile Liability Insurance also required.
Full-time opening for a Nurse Trainer to ensure that clients receive optimum medical care and oversee the safe medication practice for our clients in staffed or shared homes in the community. Provides medical oversight of the medical care received by clients and provides medication consultation/assistance to providers, staff and families regarding medical issues and concerns. Ensures adherence to He-M 1201 regulations.
Position requires a valid NH Registered Nurse license with 3 years’ experience, preferably in public health or community agency and/or working with persons with intellectual disabilities. Must have, or will acquire within 3 months of employment, He-M 1201 Nurse Trainer Certification.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Moore Center does not discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, marital status or veteran status.
The Moore Center considers the ability to speak, read and write English essential functions of all positions in the best interest of the clients that we serve. Staff are also required to maintain criminal, motor vehicle and Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services record checks that meet agency standards. Additionally, staff are required to travel and transport clients when applicable. This includes having access to a reliable vehicle, a valid driver’s license and maintaining personal auto insurance of $100,000/300,000.
Are you an energetic, compassionate person who could welcome and share your home with an individual who has different abilities? Could you provide the support and encouragement to self-advocate that might change a person’s life? Are you looking for a way to earn a second income while you are at home?
If you are willing to open your home/apartment and include an individual in family and community life while earning a generous monthly income, this may be the opportunity for you. We are seeking candidates who have experience providing care to individuals with disabilities or an interest in helping others gain independence. Candidates must be available to provide ongoing daily support that promotes the individual’s physical and emotional well-being. Access to a reliable vehicle is a must, however wheelchair accessibility is not required for all individuals.
If you are interested in learning more about the Home Provider positions, please contact Dottie Annis at 603-206-2781 or firstname.lastname@example.org.