Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of the FIT family.

Our current available positions are listed below. Send all resumes to [email protected]. Please note position title and location in subject line of email.

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Families in Transition-New Horizons is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Program Manager, Housing Advocates

Full-time, Reports to the VP Clinical and Supportive Services

The Program Manager is responsible for the overall supervision and oversight of the Housing Advocate program, including staff and participants, to ensure effective operations of the program.  The Program Manager is also responsible for providing direct service and case management services to participants with multiple barriers to self-sufficiency including but not limited to, physical and behavioral health, domestic violence, lack of employment and education skill, helping them adapt to community living and program policies.

Staff Accountant

Full-time, Reports to the CFO

This position is part of a team that is responsible for the timely and accurate completion of the monthly financial statements and account reconciliations for multiple entities. The Staff Accountant will support the CFO and Senior Accountant in carrying out the responsibilities of the Accounting Department. This position will also process, and respond to employee questions regarding, bi-weekly payroll to Support the HR Manager. Also assists in the assembling of information and providing reports for annual budget development and audits and monthly grants management.

The ideal candidate will be comfortable in a high volume, fast paced environment with the ability to work independently on daily tasks. 4+ years of experience in accounting including creating journal entries and reviewing general ledger information is required. Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Outlook and accounting related programs is necessary. Strong interpersonal and communication skills required as well as the ability to interact effectively with all levels of staff. Excellent organizational skills are needed and must possess the ability to prioritize and multi-task without compromising accuracy and timeliness of end products.

Outreach Case Manager (2 Wolfeboro and Dover, NH)

Full-time, Reports to Program Manager

The Outreach Case Manager is responsible for identifying client’s needs and connecting clients with various external and internal resources to ensure continued success while a participant of the Connections to Recovery Program.  The Outreach Case Manager will connect a vulnerable population, that are not covered under Medicaid, to SUD/COD treatment and essential resources by providing trauma informed and culturally competent outreach services to improve the client’s long term wellness and stability.

Minimum qualifications:

– BA Degree in Social Work, Sociology, Human Services or related field

– 2 years’ experience providing services to homeless and otherwise vulnerable populations in a shelter and/or street/outside environment.

– Experience working with populations suffering from SUD/COD

– Experience with basic data collection and timely data entry

4 positions responsible for the Manchester, Concord, Lakes Region, Seacoast Regions respectively. 

Shelter Support Staff

Full-Time, Part-Time (Temp and Permanent) – 2nd and 3rd Shift – Reports to Director Shelter Operations

This position is responsible for providing a safe, clean and non-threatening environment to homeless persons seeking shelter. This position documents safety, security, rules violations, illnesses etc. as well as keeping current in shelter operations as well as active participation in staff meetings and in service trainings.

Support Staff

Part-Time and Per Diem-All shifts, Reports to the Program Manager

This position will provide direct support, oversight and interventions at FIT supportive housing properties for homeless families.   This position will perform rounds of assigned property, providing recovery based supports to participants, video camera observation, inspecting rooms/common areas, encouraging community building and maintaining housing stability, providing consistent staff presence for families to access support, addressing conflict or concerns, drug and alcohol screening, awareness for building safety, etc.  Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW) preferred, or opportunity to obtain on the job.  Must have high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver’s license with adequate insurance coverage required.

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