Careers

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Below is a list of current career opportunities with Granite State Independent Living. We offer a flexible work environment, a competitive compensation package and the opportunity for professional growth.

We are an equal-opportunity employer, people with disabilities are encouraged to apply, and we prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, marital or family status. We currently have offices in Concord, Keene, Littleton, Manchester, and Nashua.

Granite State Independent Living is an Equal Opportunity Employer

To Apply for an Open Position:
Please submit your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to HR@gsil.org. Please include the job title in the subject line.

Here are our current job listings:

Multiple Per Diem Drivers (Concord, Manchester, Littleton, and Nashua, NH)

Granite State Independent Living (GSIL) seeks per diem drivers to transport persons with disabilities via wheelchair accessible vehicles to social activities, non-emergency medical appointments, meetings and other events.  Additionally, school transportation may be required for a GSIL student program.

Specific (Essential) Responsibilities:

Maintain proper licensing training certifications including school bus certificate and medical qualifications as required including defensive driving, passenger assistance, emergency evacuation, and DOT medical card.

Pickup, secure, and transport, consumers to and from various appointments and activities.

Assist consumers with ground transport from door-to-door including assisting them with outer garments, and objects, as needed.

Perform other transportation department related driving such as maintenance trips as may be assigned.

Complete and submit trip logs, vehicle inspections reports, expense sheets and other documents in a timely fashion as determined by the Transportation Manager.

Report any mechanical or safety issues with company equipment to the transportation coordinator immediately upon discovery.

Report any accidents to the transportation coordinator immediately once it is safe to do so.

Aid in keeping company vehicles clean and maintained in conjunction with appropriate schedules developed by the Transportation Manager

Other Responsibilities:

Participate in general GSIL events and activities.

Maintain professional knowledge /skills by reviewing professional literature and attending trainings /workshops.

Support and uphold workplace regulations and safety practices.

Share newsworthy information appropriately throughout the organization.

Conduct other duties as assigned that will increase options for persons with disabilities to live independently in their communities.

Qualifications:

Valid NH driver’s license, a good driving record, clean criminal background check, ability to maintain required logs, working knowledge of highway system in NH. Possess the physical strength and agility to perform the requirements of the job such as operating company vehicles, pushing wheelchairs, assisting individuals with entering and exiting vehicles and securing wheelchairs, scooters and passengers.

Physical/Mental demands:

While performing the duties of this position, the individual may be required to sit, use a computer, a telephone, and other office equipment and to move throughout the building and attend outside meetings. Employee may occasionally need to exert up to 30 pounds of force to lift, carry, push or otherwise move objects.

Granite State Independent Living (GSIL) seeks a per diem driver to transport persons with disabilities via wheelchair accessible vehicles to social activities, non-emergency medical appointments, meetings and other events. Additionally, school transportation may be required for a GSIL student program. GSIL is looking for a per diem drivers in multiple locations throughout the state of NH. Previous driving experience helpful but not required; paid training is provided. Must have a valid NH driver’s license, a good driving record, pass a Motor Vehicle and Criminal Background check, pass a DOT physical, and be able to obtain a NH School Bus Certificate. Must be able to perform other transportation department related driving such as maintenance trips as assigned.

 

 

 

Home Care Attendants (Statewide)

If you are interested in becoming a Home Care Attendant in New Hampshire and providing personal care such as grooming, toileting, bathing, dressing and undressing, transfers to and from wheelchair, range of motion exercises, meal preparation, household chores such as cleaning, shopping and laundry, click on this application link. Please complete (be very specific) so we can get to know you better. We will then call you to discuss open positions in your area. Thank you for your interest in Granite State Independent Living!

Transition Specialists (Manchester & Nashua)

1 Opening in Manchester, NH and 1 Opening in Nashua, NH

Granite State Independent Living (GSIL) is seeking a Lead Transition Specialist to complement our IMPACCT Program which serves at-risk students with disabilities across the state.

Specific (Essential) Responsibilities:

Serves as lead instructor of the day-to-day academic activities

Oversees the development of the new ELOs (extended learning opportunities) to respond to identified student needs

Directs staff in recruitment, intake and progression through the program experience and back to school and other appropriate service

Works with Program Administrators and stakeholders (Regional Advisory Group) to continually review and evaluate all aspects of the program – assess process effectiveness and full academic rigor

Responsible for establishing and maintaining student expectations

Provide support to work site activities as needed

Completes all the necessary program reports with high quality and in a timely manner

Skills/Abilities:

Ability to convey a variety of diverse thoughts and ideas to learners of varying academic levels and learning styles

Ability to work in dynamic and high stress environment with flexibility and focus

Comfort and ability in quick and rapid decision making

Ability to manage multiple priorities

Ability to see the best in all students and assist each in “creating themselves”

Knowledge of career development assessment software and processes

Knowledge and/or personal or professional experience working with individuals with disabilities preferred

Comfort with 1:1 instruction as well as group presentations

Demonstrated collaborative skills

Knowledge and/or personal or professional experience working with individuals with disabilities preferred

Knowledge of special education law, accommodations and modifications as related to IEPs and 504s preferred

Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail

Google Suite including; Google Classroom; Docs; Sheets; Slides; Forms, and Gmail

Microsoft Office including: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and various templates

Working with Database programs

Other Responsibilities:

Participate in general GSIL events and activities.

Maintain professional knowledge /skills by reviewing professional literature and attending trainings/workshops.

Support and uphold workplace regulations and safety practices.

Share newsworthy information appropriately throughout the organization.

Conduct other duties as assigned that will increase options for persons with disabilities to live independently in their communities.

Qualifications:

College graduate preferred

Teaching/instruction experience

Experience working with adolescents, underserved youth or high school students with disabilities

Ability to drive a 13-passenger vehicle.

Reasonable accommodations will be made available to assist persons with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Granite State Independent Living is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Manager of Benefits

Job Title:            Manager of Benefits                     Reports to:        Director of Community Services

Department:     Community Services                     FLSA Status:      E5

Supervisory:      Benefit Councilors

Requirements

Oversees the daily operation of the Work Incentive Planning & Assistance Program (WIPA) and benefits services statewide.  Provides work incentives assistance services to SSDI/SSI beneficiaries.  Participate in outreach activities to members of general community: service providers, community organizations, individuals with disabilities and their families. Provides information, referral, and advocacy services, and promotes independent living for people with disabilities in the communities. Position also takes the leadership role in the preparation of applications and reporting for WIPA grant obligations.

This includes but is not limited to; program funding, staff schedules, program documentation, report writing, data gathering and management, staff recruitment, training, and supervision, as well as conducting monthly statewide benefits counselors’ forums, and maintaining contact with all required and appropriate agencies and organizations.

Responsibilities

  • Direct supervisory and training responsibility for WIPA program staff.
  • Determine program requirements including required reports and data gathering for WIPA Program.
  • Manage required Social Security clearance, staff continuing education, and certification requirements.
  • Identify areas of growth for of the fee for service benefits counseling services.
  • Provide ongoing direct assistance and follow-up to beneficiaries in the development of a work plan and in making informed choices in establishing employment-related goals.
  • Participate in outreach activities to members of general community: service providers, community organizations, individuals with disabilities and their families. This includes Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits Orientations.
  • Work with internal and external stakeholders exchanging ideas and present detailed and critical information including but not limited to financial information.
  • Maintain regular reporting with the SSA, DHHS, VR, GSIL and other organizations needing this information for eligibility, billings, service documentation, and overall program success.
  • Maintain professional knowledge and aid with the development of PASS’ to beneficiaries.
  • Participate in general GSIL events and activities.
  • Support and uphold workplace regulations and safety practices.
  • Conduct other duties as assigned that will increase options for persons with disabilities to live independently in their communities.

Education/Training/Experience

  • Exceptional judgment is required to evaluate results and make decisions.
  • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree, Masters preferred, in social work or human services or in a relevant field, education and/or related experience preferred.
  • Outstanding customer service skills are paramount.
  • Supervisory experience as well as program development.
  • Ability to communicate well and organize self and others to accomplish necessary tasks
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Ability to provide information, direct services, and advocacy for consumers.
  • Must demonstrate knowledge of SSDI/SSI disability programs as well as all public programs.
  • Must demonstrate counseling, critical analysis and evaluation-related skills.
  • Must possess strong interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge and ability to work with various SSA field offices, AWIC, PASS specialists and WILs.
  • Must be able to meet federal security clearance levels.
  • Microsoft office skill are required

Physical/Mental Demands

While performing the duties of this position, the individual is regularly required to sit, use a computer, a telephone, and other office equipment and to move throughout the building and attend outside meetings.  Employee may occasionally need to exert up to 10 pounds of force to lift carry, push or otherwise move objects (e.g. files or presentation materials).  This position requires the ability to express or exchange ideas and to comprehend and present detailed and critical information including but not limited to financial information.   Exceptional judgment and creativity are regularly required to evaluate results and make decisions.

Reasonable accommodations will be made available to assist persons with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Transportation Services Manager (Concord, NH)

Department: Independent Living Services

Basic Function
Manage transportation for consumers and staff utilizing company vehicles and outside service providers via diverse grant and fee-for-service funding sources. Represent GSIL on various state and regional
transportation committees and councils.

*Responsibilities

  • Supervise drivers to efficiently match transportation requests with available and affordable rides including dispatching drivers and vehicles, arranging outside service providers, or processing trip reimbursement. Handle consumer communications regarding transportation requests.
  • Create and oversee department and program policies & procedures.
  • Work with supervisor to establish department budget, perform cost analysis and maintain records and statistics for transportation.
  •  Hire, supervise, evaluate, train and qualify drivers. Provide guidance & assistance to the Transportation Team relative to billing and situations that require special attention. Arrange specialized driver training as required.
  • Authorize billing sheets by examining trip logs to ensure the accurate and timely invoicing of funding
    sources and fee for service customers.
  • Authorize driver payroll and expenses, validate transportation reimbursement requests, reconcile and approve vendor invoices, and prepare monthly and/or quarterly reports.
  • Handle information and referral phone calls that relate to transportation.
  • Manage the preventative maintenance and repairs of fleet vehicles.
  • Monitor vehicle licensing and contract compliance, including with NHDOT, CTS, DCYF and/or Pupil Transportation when applicable.
  • Responsible for timely reporting to internal and external resources.
  • Manage Medicaid Non-Emergency Transportation Program, including consumer eligibility and qualification process, vendor relations, compliance, appropriate bidding on transportation requests, and Medicaid billing.
  • Participate as a member of the Central NH Transportation Management Council, Cooperative Alliance of Regional Transportation, Governor’s Task Force on Transportation, the Committee for Public Transportation in the North Country and the New Hampshire Transit Association as deemed appropriate. Report to supervisor on above matters impacting GSIL.
  • Seek opportunities for growth, especially in fee-for-service transportation.

Job Description

Transportation Service Manager
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  • Coordinate efforts with local community, state, and private agencies to develop and expand accessible transportation services.
  • Meet all requirements, including holding a valid US DOT Medical Certificate, to be able to drive any vehicle in the GSIL fleet for maintenance, emergencies and/ or as requested by supervisor.

Other Responsibilities:

  •  Participate in general GSI: events and activities.
  • Maintain professional knowledge/skills by reviewing professional literature and attending trainings /
  • Workshops.
  • Support and uphold GSIL policies and procedures, workplace regulations and safety practices.
  • Share newsworthy information appropriately throughout the organization.
  • Conduct other duties as assigned that will increase options for persons with disabilities to live independently in the communities.

Skills

  • Strong communication skills
  • Customer Service skills
  • Ability to work well with others

Education/Training/Experience
Minimum of a high school education with Associates degree preferred. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to coordinate organize and work well with others. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to present and understand program record keeping, budgets and financial information. Direct experience with transit operations and route efficiency.

*Physical Demands
While performing the duties of this position, the individual is regularly required to sit, use a computer, a telephone, and other office equipment and to move throughout the building and attend outside meetings. Employee may occasionally need to exert up to 20 pounds of force to lift carry, push or otherwise move objects (e.g. tools, files or presentation materials).

This position requires the ability to express or exchange ideas and to comprehend and present detailed and critical information including but not limited to financial information. Exceptional judgment and creativity are regularly required to evaluate results and make decisions. Reasonable accommodations will be made available to assist persons with disabilities to perform the essential functions

*Essential Job Functions

Manager of PCA Program (Concord, NH)

Department: Long Term Supports

General Responsibilities
The Manager is responsible to provide mentoring to the RN Coordinators statewide and work in collaboration with the Sr. Director to implement a unique hybrid model of community health care services (PCA, NF Tran, IL Services). Specific responsibilities include but not limited to provide RN Service Coordination, assure compliance with state/federal rules and best practices; also assist/provide marketing and outreach to the community.

Responsibilities
Service Coordination:

  • Participate in the assessment and evaluation process for determination of eligibility for participants in PCA program.
  •  As needed, assist with recruitment, hiring, and training of new ACEs with assigned consumers.
  •  Teach and provide skills training to consumers on how to run a consumer directed program.
  •  Review consumer’s care plans to ensure attendant care needs are being met and adjust as needed. Assure all paperwork is completed in accordance with GSIL policy & procedures
  •  Consult with individuals about health care concerns and provide information on available options.
  •  Provide orientation and ongoing skills training to consumers regarding attendant care program policies and procedures. Address health care management issues and medical planning, assist with development of a back-up plan.
  •  Make face to face visits to monitor and review participant’s care plan at a minimum quarterly and more often as the consumer’s needs change, including 6 month and annual reassessments.
  •  Coordinate services and maintain accurate records for consumers. Assure consumer records are maintained in accordance with GSIL policy and procedures.
  • Be back up for the Sr. Director/Director in their absence.
  •  Assist consumers with Nursing Facility Transitions and monitor status on an ongoing basis.
  • Supervisions of department RN’s and attendant care specialist.

Mentoring:

  • Provide orientation and skills training to RN’s/Staff and consumers regarding attendant care program policies and procedures. Address health care management issues and emergency medical planning. Promote health and wellness initiatives that will provide information for consumers and training for staff in supporting individual’s wellbeing.
  •  Act as a support, with the coordinators, to work collaboratively to resolve and best support consumer specific situations for community living.
  • Assist in developing consumer specific strategies to best support consumers on how to self-direct services and manage their workers.
  • Provide Back up support/coverage in the absence of an assigned RN coordinator
  • Develop and conduct presentation and teaching of the department trainings, in collaboration with the Sr. Director.
  • Participate in Attendant Care Education trainings on a rotation basis for all new attendant care employees.

Best Practices/Regulatory compliance:

  • Monitor and assist the Sr. Director to assure regulatory compliance through mentoring RN coordinators.
  • Assist the Sr. Director to develop ‘best practices’ of support for consumer directed services that advance preventive and responsive health care and self-direction.
  •  Seek opportunities to design and implement, in collaboration with Sr. Director new and innovative community/health care service models.

Outreach and Community Education:

  • Serve as an information resource for community and staff on personal care options, community supports, and health and disability care related issues.
  • Provide outreach to provide training and education to community organizations and Managed Care Organizations, in collaboration with Director.
  •  Assist with outreach efforts to increase awareness of GSIL programs.

 

Required Qualifications

  •  Registered Nurse with current NH License.
  •  2+ years working with individuals with long term health care needs.
  •  Effective Communication and teaching skills.
  •  2+ years supervisory experience.
  •  Commitment to facilitating and maximizing independence for person with disabilities.
  •  Experience with person centered philosophy.
  •  Work a flexible work schedule in accordance with department needs.
  •  As needed, travel to regional office throughout the state.
  •  In the absence of the Sr. Director be point of contact for internal and external partners.
  •  Participate in general GSIL events and activities.
  •  Maintain professional knowledge/skills by reviewing professional literature and attending trainings/workshops.
  •  Support and uphold workplace regulations and safety practices.
  •  Share newsworthy information appropriately throughout the organization.
  • Conduct other duties as assigned that will increase options for persons with disabilities to live independently in their communities.

Physical/Mental demands
While performing the duties of this position, the individual is regularly required to sit, use a computer, phone, and other office equipment and to move throughout the building and attend outside meetings. Employee may occasionally need to exert up to 10 pounds of force to lift carry, push or otherwise move objects (e.g., files or presentation materials). This position requires the ability to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken and written word and to convey and receive detailed and important information including financial information. Exceptional judgment and creativity are regularly required to evaluate results and make decisions. Reasonable accommodations will be made available to assist persons with disabilities to perform job responsibilities.

Compensation
GSIL will offer a competitive compensation package including health, dental, 403b, and time off benefits.

Manager of PCA Program Updated: October 2021
GSIL is an equal opportunity employer. Personnel are chosen on the basis of ability without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, material status or sexual orientation, in accordance with federal and state laws.

GSIL is required by federal funding to employ and ensure our board of directors represent those we serve and be persons who self-identify as living with a disability.

Reasonable accommodations will be made available to assist persons with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Lead Transition Specialist

Department: CED

*Responsibilities

  • Serves as lead instructor of the day-to-day academic activities.
  • Oversees the development of the new ELO’s (extended learning opportunities) to respond to identified student needs.
  • Directs staff in recruitment, intake and progression through the program experience and back to school and other appropriate service.
  • Works with Program Administrators and stakeholders (Regional Advisory Group) to continually review and evaluate all aspects of the program – assess process effectiveness and full academic rigor.
  • Responsible for establishing and maintaining student expectations.
  • Provide support to work site activities as needed.
  • Travel throughout the state is a required as needed.

 

Other Responsibilities:

  • Participate in general GSIL events and activities.
  • Maintain professional knowledge/skills by reviewing professional literature and attending trainings/workshops.
  • Support and uphold GSIL policies and procedures, workplace regulations and safety practices.
  • Share newsworthy information appropriately throughout the organization.
  • Conduct other duties as assigned that will increase options for persons with disabilities to live independently in their communities. 

Skills

  • Comfort and ability in quick and rapid decision making
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities
  • Excellent attention to details
  • Comfort with 1-1 instructions and group presentations
  • Demonstrated collaborative skills

 

Education/Training/Experience

  • College graduate preferred.
  • Teaching/instruction experience required.
  • Experience working with adolescents, at-risk youth or high school students with disabilities
  • Ability to drive a 13-passenger vehicle.
  • Ability to convey a variety of diverse thoughts and ideas to learners of varying academic levels and learning styles.
  • Ability to work in dynamic and high stress environment with flexibility and focus.
  • Ability to see the best in all students and assist each in “creating themselves”
  • Knowledge of career development assessment software and processes.
  • Knowledge and/or personal or professional experience working with individuals with disabilities preferred.
  • Knowledge of special education law, accommodations and modifications as related to IEPs and 504s preferred.
  • Google Suite including; Google Classroom; Docs; Sheets; Slides; Forms, and Gmail.
  • Microsoft Office including: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and various templates.
  • Working with Database programs.

 

*Physical/Mental Demands

While performing the duties of this position, the individual is regularly required to sit, use a computer, a telephone, and other office equipment and to move throughout the building and attend outside meetings.  Employee may occasionally need to exert up to 10 pounds of force to lift carry, push or otherwise move objects (e.g. files or presentation materials).  This position requires the ability to express or exchange ideas and to comprehend and present detailed and critical information including

but not limited to financial information.   Exceptional judgment and creativity are regularly required to evaluate results and make decisions.

Reasonable accommodations will be made available to assist persons with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Per Diem Drivers

Granite State Independent Living (GSIL) is a statewide nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote quality of life with independence for people with disabilities and seniors. As the state’s only Independent Living Center, we pride ourselves in being innovative leaders with the highest standards, Granite State Independent Living promotes quality of life with independence for people with disabilities and those experiencing the natural process of aging through advocacy, information, education, support, and transition services.

Granite State Independent Living (GSIL) seeks per diem drivers in the Concord, NH area to transport persons with disabilities via wheelchair accessible vehicles to social activities, non-emergency medical appointments, meetings, and other events Additionally, school transportation may be required for a GSIL student program.
Specific (Essential)

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain proper licensing training certifications including school bus certificate and medical qualifications as required including defensive driving, passenger assistance, emergency evacuation, and DOT medical card.
  • Pickup, secure, and transport, consumers to and from various appointments and activities.
  • Assist consumers with ground transport from door-to-door including assisting them with outer garments, and objects, as needed.
  • Perform other transportation department related driving such as maintenance trips as may be assigned.
  • Complete and submit trip logs, vehicle inspections reports, expense sheets and other documents in a timely fashion as determined by the Transportation Manager.
  • Report any mechanical or safety issues with company equipment to the transportation coordinator immediately upon discovery.
  • Report any accidents to the transportation coordinator immediately once it is safe to do so.
    Aid in keeping company vehicles clean and maintained in conjunction with appropriate schedules developed by the Transportation Manager

Other Responsibilities:

  • Participate in general GSIL events and activities.
  • Maintain professional knowledge /skills by reviewing professional literature and attending trainings /workshops.
  • Support and uphold workplace regulations and safety practices.
  • Share newsworthy information appropriately throughout the organization.
  • Conduct other duties as assigned that will increase options for persons with disabilities to live independently in their communities.

Qualifications: Valid NH driver’s license, a good driving record, clean criminal background check, ability to maintain required logs, working knowledge of highway system in NH. Possess the physical strength and agility to perform the requirements of the job such as operating company vehicles, pushing wheelchairs, assisting individuals with entering and exiting vehicles and securing wheelchairs, scooters, and passengers.

Physical/Mental demands: While performing the duties of this position, the individual may be required to sit, use a computer, a telephone, and other office equipment and to move throughout the building and attend outside meetings. Employee may occasionally need to exert up to 30 pounds of force to lift, carry, push, or otherwise move objects.

To apply for this position Please forward your resume to: Careers@gsil.org

Granite State Independent Living is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

NH Spinal Cord Injury Association & Coordinator for Peer Mentor

Basic Function

Overall responsibility is to manage, evaluate, and supervise all aspects of the Peer Mentor Program and the NH National Spinal Cord Injury Association of GSIL. This includes the daily operations of the programs, interface with consumers, and recruitment of new members to the programs. In addition, actively evaluates the effectiveness of the program and works to grow and develop it in response to identified needs of consumers and Best Practices in SCI treatment and support services and fosters positive and productive relationships with the NHNSCIA Advisory Committee. Secondary responsibility is to manage, evaluate and guide the Peer Mentor Program and the Peer Mentor Coordinators. Work with the Director and Coordinators to make the program available to all GSIL self-directed consumers. Provide peer to peer mentoring, through one on one and facility transition process working in collaboration with the LTS department. Actively provide outreach and education to the community, nursing home facilities, and rehabs/hospitals in collaboration with the Director of Outreach & Education supporting LTS services on behalf of the person.

*Responsibilities

  • Provide direction and leadership to meet goals and objectives of the NHNSCIA program and the Peer Mentor program of GSIL.
  • Maintain ongoing contact with members of the NHNSCIA program of GSIL to determine consumer needs and the effectiveness of the program in meeting those needs.
  • Recruit new members to the NHNSCIA and Peer Mentor programs of GSIL.
  • Provide outreach and education to the community, nursing facilities, rehab centers, and hospitals to advance the membership of NHNSCIA.
  • Provide peer support by phone and in person to consumers newly diagnosed with SCI as requested either by internal or external referral sources.
  • Conduct outreach to members, consumers and health care professionals as needed.
  • Coordinate the facilitation, along with a Consumer, of the NHNSCIA Advisory Committee ensuring the active participation and engagement of its members in the success of the NHNSCIA as a program of GSIL.
  • Provide administrative support and content for the web and marketing materials regarding the NHNSCIA, including within the GSIL publications. May include coordinating fundraising and special events.
  • Manage the budget for both the NHNSCIA program and the Peer Mentor Program. Assist in developing new funding sources and generating supplemental revenue for both programs.
  •  Network to increase community awareness of the NHNSCIA.
  • Review and update program Policies and Procedures for NHNSCIA program and communicate them effectively.
  • Represent GSIL on relevant external committees and task forces.

Other Responsibilities

  • Participate in general GSIL events and activities. Attend LTS department meetings.
  • Maintain professional knowledge /skills by reviewing professional literature and attending trainings /workshops.
  • Work closely with the Director of Outreach & Education to increase marketing efforts.
  • Support and uphold GSIL policies and procedures, workplace regulations and safety practices.
  • Share newsworthy information appropriately throughout the organization.
  • Conduct other duties as assigned that will increase options for persons with disabilities to live independently in their communities.
  • As a representative of GSIL, maintain an affirming attitude and appropriate conduct to GSIL consumers and the community at large.
  • Complete required documentation in a timely manner.
  • Attend and participate in periodic trainings as scheduled by GSIL.
  • Obtain resources and information on disability and related issues to present to group meetings.

Skills

  • Strong oral and written communication
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software
  • Support group management
  • Supervisory skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Presentation skills

Education/Training/Experience

Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field, with 5 years’ experience providing direct service to persons with disabilities. Strong oral and written communication skills essential. Service Coordination skills, support group management outreach experience, advocacy, small group presentation skills, and writing case notes necessary. Computer and data entry skills required. Must have a valid NH Driver’s license and access to a registered vehicle for daily use. Personal experience with disability desirable.

*Physical Demands
While performing the duties of this position, the individual is regularly required to sit, use a computer, a telephone, and attend peer group meetings. Employee may occasionally need to exert up to 10 pounds of force to lift and carry presentation materials. Judgment and creativity are required to make decisions.

Reasonable accommodations will be made available to assist persons with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

To apply for this position Please forward your resume to: Careers@gsil.org

Granite State Independent Living is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Find the GSIL office near you.

Concord, NH – Main Office

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Concord, NH 03301

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Manchester, NH 03104

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