“The purpose of human life is to serve, and to show compassion and the will to help others.”
― Albert Schweitze
PathWays of the River Valley is a non-profit agency serving over 600 individuals and families in Sullivan and Grafton Counties. We are dedicated to expanding opportunities that enrich the lives of people with disabilities, and our services are provided in a spirit of partnership and respect. Through a wide range of Career Opportunities, our employees enjoy meaningful work, competitive wages and benefits including medical, dental, mileage reimbursement, generous time off, 403(b) plan and more.
Why Do I Do What I Do?
Current Employment Opportunities
Caregivers for Community Program – HIRING BONUS – Newport/Claremont/Lebanon Full-time/Part-time. Are you patient, reliable, and passionate about helping others? Our Caregivers are sidekicks for individuals with developmental disabilities for participating in community and social activities. Do you like to be active during the day and grab a coffee at DD, go bowling, volunteer at local organizations or walk around the track at the community center? If so, join us and be a part of expanding opportunities that enrich the lives of people with disabilities. You will start your day at 8 am in the Newport office getting your assignment for the day and then head off to pick up your individuals in Sullivan County, coffee, and an activity. Have lunch with peers and their individuals and then on to an afternoon activity. Once you drop off your individuals in the afternoon, you return to the office in Newport for daily paperwork. Your days are only limited by your imagination!
Caregivers for Residential Programs – HIRING BONUS – Lyme, Lebanon, Newport/Claremont, Lempster. Full-time/Part-time. Are you patient, understanding of people’s differences, compassionate and attentive? Our Caregivers provide care and support for individuals with developmental disabilities and possibly behavioral challenges in a residential home setting. Do you like to keep busy and maintain organization? At the residences, you may assist individuals with daily living skills, safety, communication, community integration and social skills as well as bathing, meals, activities, toileting and moving from location to location. You may also complete household tasks such as laundry, sweeping, meal prep, etc. Each individual has at least one goal to work on and you will play a vital part in helping them achieve those goals. Our residences generally run three shifts that can vary in length from 8, 10 or 12 hours and here’s what a typical 12-hour day shift might look like: You arrive at 7 am and get an update from the overnight staff and check in on the individuals. Mid-morning you will be involved with outings, activities or goals with individuals and then lunch! After lunch, while most of the individuals are having some downtime, you will do some of the daily tasks that need to be done for the residence as well as any trainings you may need to catch up on. Mid-afternoon you will engage with the individuals in activities again and then it’s time for dinner, getting ready for the evening and updating the incoming night staff on the day’s events before you head home at 7 pm.
The main goal of our program is to have the individuals participating and engaging in their community. To do that, you need to be a strong advocate for the individuals, a willing team player and motivated to create the best possible experience for the individuals you work with. You need to be willing to drive a passenger van and be willing to be medication certified under our Nurse Trainer.
Contract Physical Therapist – Claremont with Regional Travel. Works with children aged 0-3. Provides both service coordination and direct services including conducting evaluations. Works in collaboration with local school districts, other area resources, and as a member of a transdisciplinary team. Services are provided in the family home setting. Requires NH licensing and Certification. Experience with children aged 0-3 highly preferred.
Director of Family Centered Early Supports and Services – Claremont with Regional Travel. Full time. Do you enjoy working with young children (aged 0 to 3) and their families? Do you have your NH License for Early Childhood Education, Physical, Occupational or Speech Therapy? If so, join us as the Director of our Family Centered Early Supports and Services (ESS) program. This program assists young children that are at risk for or have been diagnosed with developmental delays and their families in home-based settings. The Director oversees sees a staff of educators and administrative support as well as contractors in the fields of physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, etc. that work together as an interdisciplinary team. This position is located in Claremont, NH; however, there is significant regional travel in Sullivan and Southern Grafton Counties in NH. Bachelor’s degree and NH license for Early Childhood Education, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy or Speech Therapy required. 3+ years’ experience working with ages 0 to 3. 1+ years of supervisory experience required. Excellent organizational skills and communication skills are necessary.
Early Childhood Educator – Claremont with regional travel. Full time. Are you an Early Childhood Educator looking for a position outside of a school district? We are looking for an Early Childhood Educator to provide developmental services for children under the age of 3. The position includes both assessment of delays in areas such as motor skills, communication, cognition, social/emotional behaviors, and self-help as well as providing direct support and services coordination for children and their families. Services are provided in-home for families. A Bachelor’s degree in Education, Early Childhood Development or a related field is required and possession of or eligible to obtain a NH license in Early Childhood Education. A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle are required. Excellent communication skills are necessary as well as strong interpersonal skills dealing with both young children and adults is a must.
Employer Liaison (PDMS) – Claremont with regional travel. Full time. Do you enjoy the challenge of finding the right person for the right job at the right time? Are you especially skilled at supervising employees who working varying schedules? Are you very organized and adept at problem solving? Our Individualized Services department supports children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families to be actively engaged – with the Employer Liaison’s assistance – in supervising the employees that work with them on a daily basis. The liaison facilitates recruitment and hiring, coordinates required training for employees, works through performance management dilemmas as well as appropriate manager training for families. Bachelor’s degree preferred. 1+ years of similar experience required. Additional years of relevant experience may be substituted for a degree. Proven relationship-building skills; strong communication skills – verbal, written, and interpersonal – required. Ability to travel regionally for job fairs, professional meetings, interviews and maintain a flexible work schedule required to meet agency needs. Basic knowledge of various employment laws and practices necessary. Intermediate skills with MS Office required. Ability to adapt to new software and systems is necessary.
Employment Support Professional/School Program Professional – Lebanon with Regional Travel As an Employment Specialist/Job Coach, you act as an advocate for and support to individuals with developmental disabilities in obtaining employment. You work with individuals in a variety of employment environments and on a variety of employment tasks including applying and interviewing as well as learning and adhering to employers’ policies and procedures. You cross-train with your team members as well as coach employers and other community members on how to provide quality supports for individuals. Your main location is our Lebanon office, however, most of your days are spent at various community and employer settings within Sullivan and Lower Grafton counties in New Hampshire — mileage is paid for travel.
For School Support, you provide support to individuals 16-21 years of age in the community and school system to learn skills needed to participate in the community before transition out of the school program. You provide individuals with interaction and choices for activities which may include, but not limited to personal shopping, volunteer job supports, vocational skills, independent skills, recreational activities, learning activities, physical fitness activities and money management. You work with the school on support for IEP goals and Vocational Rehabilitation and are responsible for working with clinical and therapy supports within the IEP. You may assist or perform aspects of personal care such as toileting, oral hygiene and hygiene and assist with tracking money used for program specific items and for tracking receipts for all funds used. You ensure that health and safety is maintained and provide guidance, supervision, and training for individuals as needed in the areas of life/safety, daily living, communication, employment, community, social, and leisure skills. You also train and support individuals in utilization of community resources (e.g. banking, public transportation, food and clothes shopping, recreation) as well as assist with advanced community activities such as volunteering.
A HS Diploma or GED is required and an associate’s degree in human services or related field is highly preferred. You must have or be willing to take ACRE (Association of Community Rehabilitation Educators) training. Previous human services, developmental disabilities or human resources experience is a plus and strong problem-solving skills a must.
Family Support Coordinator (Case Manager) – Claremont with regional travel Full-time. Do you like assisting individuals and their families in accessing necessary resources and broadening their involvement in the community? In this role you assist individuals and families by providing service coordination and advocacy while linking them to existing community and state resources. This position also assists individuals with budget administration. You advocate and support families and individuals in a non-judgmental manner increasing opportunities for participation in the community by responding to the changing needs of the family as a whole. You balance the use of informal and formal resources while maximizing family control over services. At the request and direction of the family/individual, you serve as a liaison with community, state agencies, and service providers. You participate in educational/area agency transition meetings and planning, and works in conjunction with Early Supports and Services staff as assigned. You understand and promote the transition process and support individuals/families through planning the transition from the educational system to adult supports/services, including natural supports and the provider selection process. You facilitate the legal process for individuals/families as necessary including Guardianship, Power of Attorney, Advance Directive planning and Representative payee. A Bachelor’s degree in related field is highly preferred; High School diploma or GED required. 2 to 3-year minimum case management experience. Extensive case management experience may substitute for a bachelor’s degree. Minimum of 2 years’ human services experience a must; experience with developmental disabilities preferred. Excellent verbal, interpersonal, and written communication skills required. Intermediate proficiency in MSOffice (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and ability and willingness to learn new programs a must.
PDMS Support Broker – Claremont with regional travel. Full-time. Two positions available. Do you like assisting individuals and their families in accessing necessary resources and broadening their involvement in the community? If so, join us as a Support Broker in our Individualized Services group and support individuals with developmental disabilities. You will carry a caseload of 25 to 30 individuals and key to being successful in the role are excellent time management skills, the ability to frequently and efficiently switch gears between tasks and strong interpersonal skills. Yes, this is a challenging job, however, it’s always worth it to make the connections with individuals and their families and to see their growth. After one year, you’ll know you were successful if you possess a solid understanding of the Individual Service Agreement process; you have established a fluid schedule of visits and team meetings with your individuals and families; and, you have a comprehensive understanding of the needs and circumstances of the individuals and families you serve. A Bachelor’s degree in related field is highly preferred; High School diploma or GED required. 2 to 3-year minimum case management experience. Extensive case management experience may substitute for a bachelor’s degree. Minimum of 2 years’ human services experience a must; experience with developmental disabilities preferred. Excellent verbal, interpersonal, and written communication skills required. Intermediate proficiency in MSOffice (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and ability and willingness to learn new programs a must
Personal Mentors – Various Locations. Mainly Part time (Hours per week range from 5 to 40 depending on the position). Works 1:1 with individuals with development disabilities to provide guidance and support as needed in the areas of safety, daily living, communication, community, social and leisure skills. Some service provision may occur in the home or at a worksite. Current opportunities in Enfield, Hanover, Lebanon, Goshen, Newport and Claremont. Good verbal and written communication skills as well as basic math and computer skills (MSOffice) required. Interested in assisting individuals achieve personal outcomes. Must be able and willing to work a flexible schedule and at varied locations as needed.
Revenue Cycle Analyst – Claremont Full time. Do you possess billing and invoicing experience? If so, our Revenue Analyst may be just right for you. This position plays a key role in providing and supporting the PathWays’ Medicaid billing functions as well as providing support in the creation and tracking of Vendor, Enhanced Family Care, Family Centered Early Supports and Services, and other various contracts. Key functions include: tracking contract due dates and receipt of contracts; monitoring vendor contact invoice tracking; setting up A/P payments for Enhanced Family Care contracts; creating Room & Board and Cost of Care invoices; and, inputting Medicaid billing while maintaining data integrity. You will researches discrepancies as needed as well as validate and balance funding requests and providing reporting to departments. Three years of related experience in bookkeeping, financial transactions, and/or billing required. Strong verbal and written communications skills necessary. Excellent attention to detail, accuracy, and organizational skills a must. Proficiency in MSOffice required and experience with Microsoft Dynamics a definite plus. Excellent problem-solving skills required and working knowledge of Medicaid billing systems and Social Security Representative Payee system highly preferred…
RN/Nurse Trainer – HIRING BONUS – Lyme with regional travel: Full time. Assesses and monitors health care needs, conducts nursing assessments and provides medical information for various reporting requirements. Conducts in-service training and workshops for staff regarding health and medical issues. Certifies staff in medication administration in accordance with applicable regulations. Associate’s degree in Nursing required; Bachelor’s degree preferred. Active registration and license to practice as a Registered Nurse in NH required. 2+ years of recent licensed RN experience required. 2+ years’ experience in Human Services highly desired. Completion of Nurse Trainer course or ability to complete it within 60 days of hire a must. Must be able to work a flexible schedule and at varied locations to meet agency needs.
We can’t help people live their best life without you.
All PathWays positions require:
• Proof of Eligibility to be employed in the U.S.
• Passing a criminal background, MVR and BEAS check and OIG Exclusion List check
• Valid Driver’s License and Proof of valid auto insurance
• Must be 18 years of age or older per NH state regulations
• Proof of High School Diploma or Equivalent
• Passing a TB test
How to Apply
Call PathWays Human Resources at:
Apply at our Claremont office located at:
654 Main Street, Claremont, NH 03743
Mail your application/ resume to:
PathWays Human Resources Department
PathWays of the River Valley
654 Main Street
Claremont, NH 03743
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