Employment

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.

If you’re looking for an internship, please visit our internship page to learn more.

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


Program Aide – (200320,200312,200308)

Full-time-All shifts, Reports to 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.


Program Aide – Hope House, Wolfeboro (200305,200307,200309,200311)

Part-time and Per Diem- All Shifts, Reports to Program Manager

This position will provide direct support, oversight and interventions at the Hope House Emergency Housing Program (Wolfeboro, NH) to participants with barriers to self-sufficiency including but not limited to, physical and behavioral health, domestic violence, and lack of employment and/or education.  Program Aides provide a participant empowerment approach using harm reduction, strength based and trauma informed principles.  In addition, Program Aides accompany and may transport participants to community based appointments as appropriate.  Must have high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver’s license with adequate insurance coverage required.   Schedule requires flexibility, including mornings, early evenings, weekends and holidays as required. 


Property Maintenance (600336)

Full-time, reports to Maintenance Manager

This position seeks a highly motivated, team-oriented individual for Property Maintenance/Cleaning for buildings in Manchester and Concord.  Primary Responsibilities include apartment (interior and exterior) maintenance and turnovers, cleaning of vacated units and common area cleaning as well as oversight of the maintenance of company vehicles.  This position also requires on call rotation shifts, including nights and weekends (separate stipend applies).  Prior experience required.  Must have high school diploma or equivalent, clean driving record and valid driver’s license with adequate insurance coverage.


Kitchen Assistant (800604)

Full-time, reports to Food Service Manager

Opportunity to work with large non-profit providing meals to individuals who are homeless and in addressing hunger in Manchester community!   Kitchen Assistant is responsible for assisting with the planning and preparing of healthy meals for individuals in need.  This position will maintain organization and cleanliness of kitchen, dining area and food storage areas. This position will be able to manage large volume cooking, work directly with volunteers on a regular basis for serving/meal prep and must adhere to all Health Department regulations.  Serv Safe trained a plus.  Must have a valid NH driver’s license and able to lift a minimum of 35 pounds.  Schedule requires flexibility, including mornings, early evenings, weekends and holidays as required. 


Housing Advocate/Outreach & Engagement (200610,200612)

Full-time, Reports to Director of Housing Services and Programs

This position is responsible for providing case management and consistent outreach to participants with multiple barriers to self-sufficiency including, but not limited to, physical and behavioral health, domestic violence, lack of employment and education skills.  This position is also responsible for the implementation of activities, groups or workshops focused community building, skill building and participant empowerment.  Must have Bachelor’s degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university. Case management experience preferred. Valid driver’s license and proof of adequate insurance is required.


Recovery Care Specialist (500220)

Full-time, Reports to Program Manager

This position will provide recovery supports in our transitional living program for men in Manchester, NH.  Recovery Care Specialists manage and enforce house rules and policies consistently and assist residents in maintaining a positive and respectful home environment.  Individual will facilitate group sessions/activities with participants surrounding life skills, relapse prevention, peer support and wellness. Individual will model appropriate interpersonal interaction, responsible behavior and will be a positive role model to women in early recovery.  Certified Recovery Support Worker preferred, or opportunity to obtain on the job within 6 months.  Must have a high school diploma or equivalent, valid driver’s license and adequate insurance coverage.


Housing Advocate/Supportive Services (200602)

Full-time, Reports to Director of Housing Services and Programs

This position  is responsible for providing 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 skills.  Must have Bachelor’s degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university. Case management experience preferred. Valid driver’s license and proof of adequate insurance is required.


AmeriCorps VISTA Position:

Graphic Design and Communications Coordinator VISTA (Volunteer in Service to America)

This is a fast-paced position and requires a self-starting multitasker with excellent graphic design and communication skills. The position is vital to communications, branding, advertising, and fundraising through traditional and nontraditional mediums. Tasks include: creating content for social media, fundraising efforts, website, and advertising; graphic design and production of print & digital marketing initiatives to help raise money, build awareness of FITNHNH and our Willows Substance Use Treatment Center; and increase sales and in-kind donations to OutFITters Thrift Stores. It also includes content creation, execution and measurement of our websites & social media pages. Qualifications: Experience w/Adobe Creative Suite; highly organized, resourceful and takes initiative with limited supervision; incredible judgment; superb writing skills; and photography and video editing skills. M–F, 8:30AM–5PM, w/the exception of events and deadlines that require longer hours to meet.

For more information and to apply go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=82250&fromSearch=true

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