Jobs at Moore

To apply for a job, please email humanresources@moorecenter.org.  You can download our application here (PDF). No phone calls please.

EARLY SUPPORTS & SERVICES
No openings at this time

INDIVIDUAL DAY SERVICES
DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF – JOB COACH
Immediate full-time opening in Career Development to professionally support 3 individuals at their community-based job 3 days per week, as well as supporting individuals during the Day Program 2 days per week.  Hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 3:30pm.

The position requires a high school diploma or equivalent and a proven ability to adapt to change. Completion of Management of Aggressive Behavior (MOAB) training will be required.  The ideal candidate will also have experience providing direct support or personal care, a College of Direct Support certificate and a proven ability to adapt to changing environments, from emotionally charged situations to highly structured professional settings.

JOB DEVELOPER
Immediate part-time opening to develop employment opportunities for people served by The Moore Center.  The candidate will use a multifaceted approach to develop innovative and meaningful employment opportunities for individuals with varying skills and abilities. Maintain a positive, visible presence in the greater Manchester community to ensure a strong network.

This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Communication or related field, along with 3 years of experience in job development for people with disabilities.  Also requires a valid driver’s license and access to a safe operating vehicle during scheduled working hours, and $100,000/300,000 Automobile Liability Insurance.

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF – COMMUNITY LIVING
Immediate opening for 2 full-time Direct Support Staff in Community Living. This position will provide support to individuals with developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders in community, volunteer, and vocational settings. Job duties will also include communicating, teaching and modeling socially appropriate behavior, transporting clients to and from the program, providing crisis intervention and redirection, and documentation.

The position requires a high school degree or equivalent and a proven ability to adapt to change. The ideal candidate will also have experience providing direct support or personal care, a College of Direct Support certificate and a proven ability to adapt to changing environments, from emotionally charged situations to highly structured professional settings.

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF – JOB COACH (Part-time)
Immediate opening for a Direct Support Staff in Customized Employment to professionally support to individuals to achieve the highest level of independence in all settings. Job duties will also include communicating, teaching and modeling socially appropriate behavior, transporting clients to and from the program, researching and initiating relevant community and vocational opportunities, and documentation.  Hours are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 10:00am to 4:30pm (20 hours/week).

The position requires a high school diploma or equivalent and a proven ability to adapt to change. Completion of Management of Aggressive Behavior (MOAB) training will be required.  The ideal candidate will also have experience providing direct support or personal care, a College of Direct Support certificate and a proven ability to adapt to changing environments, from emotionally charged situations to highly structured professional settings.

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF – CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Immediate opening for a Direct Support Staff in Career Development. This position will provide support to individuals with developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders in community, volunteer, and vocational settings. Job duties
will also include communicating, teaching and modeling socially appropriate behavior, transporting clients to and from the program, providing crisis intervention and redirection, and documentation.

The position requires a high school degree or equivalent and a proven ability to adapt to change. The ideal candidate will also have experience providing direct support or personal care, a College of Direct Support certificate and a proven to adapt to changing environments, from emotionally charged situations to highly structured professional settings.

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF
Immediate opening for a Direct Support Staff. This position will provide support to individuals with developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders in community, volunteer, and vocational settings. Job duties will also include communicating, teaching and modeling socially appropriate behavior, transporting clients to and from the program, providing crisis intervention and redirection, and documentation.

The position requires a high school degree or equivalent and a proven ability to adapt to change. The ideal candidate will also have experience providing direct support or personal care, a College of Direct Support certificate and a proven to adapt to changing environments, from emotionally charged situations to highly structured professional settings.

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF, PER DIEM
Immediate openings for Direct Support staff in Individual Day Services to work on a Per Diem, part-time as needed, basis. This position will provide support to individuals with developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders in community, volunteer, and vocational settings. Job duties will also include communicating, teaching and modeling socially appropriate behavior, transporting clients to and from the program, providing crisis intervention and redirection, and documentation.

The position requires a high school degree or equivalent and a proven ability to adapt to change. The ideal candidate will also have experience providing direct support or personal care, a College of Direct Support certificate and a proven to adapt to changing environments, from emotionally charged situations to highly structured professional settings.

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF, BEHAVIORAL SUPPORT
The Direct Support Staff, Behavioral Support will provide one-to-one behavioral support to individuals with developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders in community and employment settings. Job duties will also include communicating, teaching and modeling socially appropriate behavior, transporting clients to and from the program, providing crisis intervention and redirection, and documentation

The position requires a high school degree or equivalent and a proven ability to adapt to change. The ideal candidate will also have experience providing direct support or personal care, a College of Direct Support certificate and a proven to adapt to changing environments, from emotionally charged situations to highly structured professional settings.

FAMILY DIRECTED SERVICES
DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF, PART-TIME
Immediate part-time opening for a Direct Support Staff to provide support to a young man living in Deering, NH. The Direct Support Staff 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 and completion of the College of Direct Support is preferred.

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF, PART-TIME
Immediate opening for a part-time Direct Support Staff (12 hours/week) to provide guidance and support to an individual living with family members 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 position requires a high school diploma or equivalent. Two years experience in the field of developmental services and/or completion of the College of Direct Support is preferred.

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF – PART-TIME
Immediate opening for a part-time Direct Support Staff (5 hours/week minimum) to provide guidance and support to an individual living with family members 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.  This position requires providing assistance with budgeting skills and employment supports.

The position requires a high school diploma or equivalent. Two years experience in the field of developmental services and/or completion of the College of Direct Support is preferred.  Ideal candidate will also possess a strong comprehension of Medicaid billable services and He-M 525 regulations. The ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality and provide timely and accurate documentation is also required.

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF – FRANKLIN  
Immediate opening for a Direct Support staff to provide personal care for a young woman in her family home in the Franklin area. The position is full time at 30 hours per week, Monday – Friday, 12:30 – 6:30pm. This position requires a high school degree or equivalent with at least 2 years experience in the field of developmental services.

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF, CLIENT DIRECTED, PART-TIME
Immediate openings for Client Directed Direct Support Staff. The candidate will provide guidance and support to individuals living independently or with family members to participate in the community and meet self-determined goals. This position will professionally support individuals working toward independence with activities of daily living, daily coping and life skills. Job duties may also include transportation, assistance at a volunteer or job site and supporting individual’s participation in areas of interest.

The position requires a high school diploma or equivalent. Two years experience in the field of developmental services and/or completion of the College of Direct Support is preferred. The ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality and provide timely and accurate documentation is also required.

IN-HOME SUPPORTS
DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL, PART-TIME
Immediate part-time opening to provide care for an 18-year-old girl with special needs in a family residence starting 6/20/14. The client has moderate disabilities and requires assistance with activities of daily living.  Hours: Monday through Friday, 6:30am – 8:00am.

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 25/50 Automobile Liability Insurance.

DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL, TEMPORARY PART-TIME
Immediate temporary part-time opening to provide care for an 18-year-old girl with special needs in a family residence starting 6/20/14 through 8/27/14. The client has moderate disabilities and requires assistance with activities of daily living.  Hours: Monday through Friday, 12:00pm – 5:30pm with occasional days until 6:00pm.

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 25/50 Automobile Liability Insurance.

DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF – PART-TIME
Part-time opportunity working with a 15-year-old non-verbal, adolescent male with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in a Manchester home setting.  Working under the supervision of PhD level Board Certified Behavior Analyst-D (BCBA-D) and a senior Direct Support Provider running daily programs utilizing the principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), Incidental Teaching techniques, Behavior Modification plans and Task Analysis (TA).  Current program targets the acquisition of social, sports, fitness, play, self-help, appropriate behavior, safety skills and communication required to independently navigate, to the extent possible, in home and community settings utilizing behaviorally based teaching methodologies.  Communication skills are taught using the TouchChat iPad application with voice output.

This is a part-time position (15 hours per week) – Mon., Wed., and Thur., 4:00 to 7:00 pm, and every other Sat., 8:30am – 12:00pm year round.  Additional hours are required during school holidays, vacations and for respite care in evenings.

This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent plus a minimum of 3 years experience in human services field, valid driver’s license, personal vehicle and 25/50 Automobile Liability Insurance. Must be physically fit and enjoy spending time outside during summer and winter months. One to two year commitment to position is preferred as staff consistency is critical to the success of the program model and significant resources are expended on staff training and development. 

PERSONAL CARE SPECIALIST FOR CHILD, PART-TIME
Part-time positions open supporting children with development disabilities. This position is responsible for providing assistance and ensuring the overall safety and well-being of the individual. Job duties may include assisting with activities of daily living, personal care and hygiene, improving socially appropriate behavior and providing opportunities for the individual to access and experience various community activities. This position requires a high school degree or equivalent. Experience working with developmental disabled children preferred is preferred.

HUMAN RESOURCES
No openings at this time.

MOORE OPTIONS FOR SENIORS
PERSONAL CARE SPECIALIST FOR ELDERLY, PART-TIME
Part time positions available in Moore Options for Seniors is looking for caring, supportive individuals to render support and assistance to older adults who are experiencing difficulty living alone. Assistance might include, but is not limited to personal care or transportation. This position requires a high school degree or equivalent.

PREVENTATIVE SERVICES
CLINICAL TRANSITION COORDINATOR
Immediate opening to work with clinically complex individuals and their teams during transitions from school to adult services.  This person will review available information, observe individuals, recommend necessary assessments and evaluate needs as the transitioning individual prepares to move into the adult services system.  This position will be filled with either one full-time or two part-time individuals.

This position requires a Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree in related field preferred.  A minimum of 3 years related experience and experience working with individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, Acquired Brain Disorder and mental illness required.

SOCIAL THINKING TREATMENT PROVIDERS
Two opportunities (one full-time and one part-time) to provide treatment to individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities with social skills deficits and to provide training on such to family members and direct staff. 

These positions require a Master’s degree in Social Work, Mental Health, Nursing or related field, minimum of 5 years related experience, experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and intellectual disabilities.  Experience in “Social Thinking” preferred.

START COORDINATOR
Immediate full-time opening providing technical support, training and consultation to teams faced with client who have significant clinical or behavioral challenges. Provide behavioral and systemic consultations to teams serving challenging clients.  Provide cross-system crisis planning and comprehensive service evaluations.  Assist with the facilitation of multi-modal assessments provided by UMASS (or its equivalent) and medication consultation provided by Dartmouth-Hitchcock (or its equivalent).  Provide facilitation into available respite opportunities as organized and maintained by the statewide START program.

This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in a Mental Health related field; Master’s degree preferred. Three or more years human service experience with a proven record writing, implementing, and or overseeing behavioral plans and services. A completed START certification to be started as soon as employment begins.

RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF
Immediate full-time openings (32 and 40 hours/week) for Direct Support Staff to support the individuals we serve to promote the highest level of independence, and to assist these individuals in learning new skills. Provide support in a home setting by assisting with home care, meals and other needs as required. Responsible for consistent implementation of each individual’s Service Agreement Goals & Objectives, daily living skills, such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation; and community access, i.e. shopping, leisure activities, concerts, sports, etc. 

This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid driver’s license and automobile insurance to meet agency standards, Medication Training Certification and all other trainings completed within the required timeline.  Experience in the field of developmental
services preferred.


DIRECT SUPPORT STAFF – RELIEF
Relief position available to train, coach and support the individuals we serve to promote the highest level of independence, and to assist these individuals to learn new skills. Responsible for remaining on shift until adequate coverage can be provided as determined by House Manager or designated responsible person (Senior Person on shift). Responsible for consistent implementation of resident programming training (Service Agreement Goals & Objectives: daily living skills, i.e. bathing, dressing, meal preparation; community, access, i.e. shopping, leisure activities, concerts, sports, etc.).

This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent. Experience in the field of developmental services preferred.

 

 

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.