New Hampshire Career Opportunities  

We are a private, non-profit human service and educational organization serving people with autism and other developmental disabilities. Join us in making a difference in the lives of the adults and children we support. Positions available for Direct Support Professionals, Home Care Providers, Therapists and others who work with those with disabilities. We are committed to hiring compassionate and caring individuals to work with the individuals we support.

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Behavior Analyst (BCBA) - Merrimack: Have the lifestyle of a consultant with the backing of a supportive, passionate team! The Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. (IPPI), is excited to announce an opening for a Behavior Analyst (BCBA®) in our Clinical Outreach Department.

 This is a full-time, exempt position, with a competitive salary and benefits. The person in this role will have the opportunity to work with all populations and ages, and has the opportunity to train and supervise future BCBA® candidates. The incumbent will be part of a team of BCBA® and BCBA-D’s® that adhere to high clinical standards and offer strong clinical support. The Behavior Analyst will also have the opportunity for continuous professional development and will be encouraged to take advantage of company-sponsored CEU’s. The ideal candidate would have experience with individuals of all ages and NH adult services specifically.

This self-driven, team player can choose to work in one of several IPPI offices in the state of New Hampshire, with the opportunity to choose their closest home base.
Benefits package includes:

  • medical (includes vision)
  • dental
  • 11 ½ paid holidays
  • paid personal leave
  • paid sick days
  • 403(b) retirement plan
  • tuition reimbursement
  • mileage reimbursement

Description of Responsibilities:

  • Completes clinical assessments. Develops treatment plans based on the assessments.
  • Trains and supervises Direct Therapists on implementation of the plans.
  • Monitors, verifies and documents Direct Therapists’ adherence to plan implementation and the overall success of the plan. Makes and documents adjustments to the plans as necessary
  • Implement plans when BCBA®-level of expertise is required for successful implementation of treatment plan. Trains parents in treatment techniques as identified in treatment plan.
  • Is accessible to and collaborative with all program staff including Direct Therapists, Program Coordinator, Project Direct and Clinical Director; provides feedback on Direct Therapists’ performance to the Program Coordinator.
  • Completes all documentation accurately and in a timely fashion.

Required Experience:

  • BCBA® certification; plus demonstrated competency relevant to assignment, which may include work experience with individuals with autism, and/or continuing or additional education/training in relevant treatment strategies.

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Office Coordinator - Concord: Oversees the “nuts and bolts” of office management and document management, is a critical player in quality assurance monitoring systems, and provides other mid-management functions that are vital to the smooth operation of the region.

This position is an integral part of the team, participating in team meetings and discussions around quality service delivery, and necessitating current knowledge of client related issues.

Responsibilities:

Assist with Statewide Quality Assurance

  •  Communicate with program coordinators and other regarding data collection on quality measures; assemble, scan, and enter data as needed.
  • Create reports on identified KPIs

Assist Director of Operations

  • Assist with administrative aspects of projects –mailings, invites, distribution of memos, creation of manuals, training materials, etc.
  • Input data to various systems, including Therap, Office 365 files, server files.
  • Obtain background checks or other documentation from NH state offices or other entities

Manage Concord Office Systems

  • Manage office equipment – call service people, order supplies, report quarterly meter reads, upgrade machines, service agreements in coordination with the other offices.
  • Troubleshoot office equipment and conctact IT helpdesk as needed
  • Maintain the Concord shared Outlook calendars. 
  • Manage petty cash – PEX tracking vouchers, reconciliation, distribution of cards/checks
  • Manage mail
  • Maintain keys – have keys made, distribute, track, assist with lockouts
  • Order, shop for and restock office and cleaning supplies

Statewide Expense Reimbursement

  • Review logs and receipts. Code vouchers and send to VT.
  • Distribute and track checks as they are received.

Manage Documents

  • Coordinate assignments to Concord office assistants
  • Ensure forms are supplied in form bins
  • Serve on Forms Committee
  • Use Office 365 to manage document sharing across groups

Answer Phones and Direct Visitors

Projects/tasks as assigned by the Director of Operations

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Program Coordinator - Concord: This position will oversee the coordination and management of community based day supports and residential supports for individuals with intellectual disabilities.

The primary mission of the Program Coordinator is to oversee and ensure the quality and comprehensiveness of services for the individuals we serve. This requires that the Program Coordinator knows the individual and understands his/her needs, strengths and preferences, understands the “big picture” of all IPPI needs to do to fulfill its obligations, works with IPPI staff and home providers to carry out the agency’s responsibilities, and collaborates with the area agencies, state agencies, family members, guardians, medical and mental health providers and others in the community to make sure individuals are safe, their particular needs are met and their lives are as rich and fulfilling as possible. The position is Monday-Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm full time, with the availability to meet business demands as needed. On call rotation required once a monthly.

Each position comes with a competitive benefits package that includes:

  • medical (includes vision)
  • dental
  • 11 ½ paid holidays
  • paid personal leave
  • paid sick days
  • 403(b) retirement plan
  • tuition reimbursement
  • mileage reimbursement

Major Responsibilities/Activities

  • Maintains strong, respectful relationships with the individuals in his/her caseload.
  • Schedule, train, and supervise a workforce of Direct Support Professionals effectively.
  • Knows the Developmental Disabilities system well and interacts effectively within it.
  • Understands the various roles of IPPI staff and works collaboratively with them.
  • Demonstrates excellent planning skills. Prepares well for the individualized service plan (ISP) meetings.
  • Has good, reliable follow through skills. Helps staff and providers implement the ISP.
  • Oversees the quality of residential, day, and staffed program services.
  • Oversees quality of clinical/behavioral services. Responds to significant incidents.
  • Other administrative tasks as assigned.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Experience in the developmental disabilities system preferred.
  • Strong computer skills and experience with technology.

A successful candidate will have a personal vehicle, proof of 100,000/300,000 and liability auto insurance, and a safe driving record. Candidates must have a clean BEAS and a clean criminal record in order to attain employment with IPPI. A background check will be required for successful candidates seeking employment.

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ABA Direct Therapist - Make a difference in the life of a child with Autism: Organized, energetic, upbeat individuals needed in Southern New Hampshire to provide direct therapy to children and teens using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

 Previous experience with children with disabilities or ABA required. College degree in a related field preferred. Training provided, and must be available between 3:00pm and 7:00pm Monday through Friday with an occasional Saturday (potential for daytime hours as well). $15-$18/hr. based on experience. Training includes 40 hours of video based training to become a registered therapist and 1:1 training with a BCBA. Please contact Rachel Shannon at 603.224.8085 Ext. 1801 or rshannon@ippi.org or apply online by clicking the button below.

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Home Care Provider HCP Multiple Locations - Southern NH: We are looking to contract with several HCPs in Southern New Hampshire. We are looking for individuals, couples, or families, who want to make a difference in the lives of people with developmental disabilities.

The services we provide are uniquely tailored to each individual we serve, and align with our motto, “Individual Lives, Individual Solutions.” HCPs share their homes with an individual who needs assistance in daily activities and participating in community life. Monthly contract payment is tax-free and comparable to a professional salary. Experience in developmental disabilities preferred, but willing to train. Ongoing training will be offered to all HCPs.
Major Responsibilities/Activities:

  • Assist, instruct and increase independence in everyday living skills which include, household chores, meal preparation, recreational activities, learning activities, physical fitness activities, individual’s chosen inclusionary and community activities, money management, and self-control.
  • Monitor individuals for changes in general health, appearance, behavior and patterns of activities; notify IPPI management and medical professionals of any changes.
  • Support individuals with daily personal care and hygiene tasks, including assisting with toileting, shaving, brushing teeth, bathing/showering, hair care, and dressing appropriately.
  • Teach the individuals their goals/programs as designated in the Individual Service Agreement (ISA); and collect data and tabulate as required.
  • Recognize and respond to all emergencies, implement existing protocols and emergency procedures as needed including but not limited to behavioral, fire, medical, evacuation, etc.
  • Enter data as needed in our electronic records system.
  • Comply with all laws and regulation pertaining to adult foster care and provisions of NH Medicaid funded services.

Minimum Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or GED required
  • Experience in the developmental disabilities system preferred, but not required. HCPs who are passionate about working with individuals with developmental disabilities and have equivalent education or desire to gain experience in the field will also be considered.
  • At least moderate computer skills.

A successful candidate will have a personal vehicle, proof of 100,000/300,000 liability auto insurance, and a safe driving record. Candidates must have a clean BEAS, criminal, and driving record in order to contract with IPPI. A background check will be required.
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Direct Support Professionals (DSP): We are looking to hire several DSPs in our Concord, Merrimack, and Stratham offices. Successful candidates for these positions include individuals who desire a position with the potential to make a difference in the lives of the people we support.

These positions will report to their respective Program Coordinator, and will be 30 hours per week, some part time positions also available. Starting compensation begins at $11.00-$16.00/hour with the potential for incremental increase. Client specific and continuous trainings will be offered for job development.
Each position comes with a competitive benefits package that includes:

  • medical (includes vision)
  • dental
  • 11 ½ paid holidays
  • paid personal leave
  • paid sick days
  • 403(b) retirement plan
  • tuition reimbursement
  • mileage reimbursement

Major Responsibilities/Activities

  • The DSP supports adults with developmental physical challenges and ensures the health, safety, community integration, and quality of life of the individuals they support and to assist them in becoming as independent as possible.
  • Teach and assist with everyday living skills, support individuals with community activities including paid employment and volunteer opportunities, facilitate community relationships.
  • Provide written documentation and progress notes as necessary.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with the client, client’s guardian and family, and others who support the individual.

Minimum Requirement

  • High School Diploma or GED required.
  • Experience in the developmental disabilities system preferred, but not required. Candidates who are passionate about working with individuals with developmental disabilities and have equivalent education or desire to gain experience in the field will also be considered.
  • At least moderate computer skills and experience with electronics.

A successful candidate will have a personal vehicle, proof of 100,000/300,000 liability auto insurance, and a safe driving record. Candidates must have a clean BEAS, criminal, and driving record in order to attain employment with IPPI. A background check will be required for successful candidates seeking employment.

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