Current Openings

Spaulding Youth Center is always interested in adding highly-qualified, compassionate team players to our campus. Check out our latest openings to see if your skill set would be a good fit!



Thank you for your interest in Spaulding Youth Center. Below are our most recent and available career openings. If you find a position for which you would like to apply, click here to open and then download our application which can be completed as an editable PDF or printed and completed by hand. Then, submit completed application, a letter of interest, resume, and three references to Spaulding Youth Center, Human Resources, 72 Spaulding Road, Northfield, NH 03276-4608, or e-mail us at jobs@spauldingyouthcenter.org.


To perform routine and preventive maintenance and repairs of buildings, grounds and equipment to include plumbing, carpentry work, furnaces and boilers/HVAC units, minor electrical repairs, roofing, painting, snow removal, grounds and lawn care. Position includes participation in the department’s weekend on-call rotation.  High school diploma or GED certificate. 5+ years’ experience working with power equipment and tools, and a combination of electrical, plumbing, auto mechanics and/or carpentry experience.      Full-time, Monday-Friday, 7:00am-3:00pm; staggered hours may be necessary for job completion. Participates in weekday and weekend on-call rotation. Overtime, as directed by the Facilities Manager, will be required as a result of weather events or other maintenance emergencies.    Spaulding Youth Center provides a benefits package designed to attract, support, and retain valued employees. Our goal is to meet the essential health needs of employees and their families, as well as help secure a strong financial future and enhanced wellbeing.   Re-Posted 05/19/2017


To join our growing team in the beautiful Lakes Region of New Hampshire at Spaulding Youth Center, a leading provider of educational, residential, therapeutic and foster care programs and services for children and youth with autism, neurological, and/or behavioral challenges ages 6 to 21.  The Speech Language Pathologist will provide direct services, consultation, supervision, and support to a diverse group of students.  This individual will implement and document the services as outlined in the IEP of each student, addressing the needs of students, their families and any impact the students speech and language disability has on his/her ability to derive educational benefit; maintain records to comply with specified standards; and participate in intra- and interdisciplinary training and meetings.  This expert will be working closely with our Speech and Language Assistant.  Services provided would range from assessment to treatment and include an exciting variety of individual and group modalities. Master’s degree and must have or be eligible for New Hampshire State Licensure in Speech Language Pathology.   The Speech Language Pathology Assistant will work under the direction of a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist assisting with generation of low tech materials and programming of assistive communication devices and high tech visual supports for students with diverse communication needs.  Efficient time management skills to work in conjunction with an interdisciplinary team, and effectively document services provided.  Experience with Board Maker software and high tech communication software is preferred however, training will be provided by a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist.  Associate’s or higher degree in speech-language pathology, communication sciences and disorders or communication disorders, and be certified or eligible to be certified as a Speech-Language Assistant.    Posted 05/19/2017


Spaulding Youth Center is seeking a an Overnight Residential Assistant, the ideal individual will provide supervision of students during overnight hours with 45 minute room checks. Responsible for overnight toileting schedules, morning routine completion of activities of daily living. Responsibility to bring students to breakfast as well as the assigned classroom.

Essential functions will include:

  • Observation and documentation of students every 45 minutes throughout evening hours and morning routine
  • Data entry into Kaleidacare software (Daily logs, Student expectation point’s sheet, BM data, etc.)
  • General house cleaning (laundry, kitchen, soiled linen, etc.)
  • Participates in the dispensing of medication to students when warranted
  • Supervision of building and students during overnight hours
  • Participates in bi-weekly residential cottage meeting

Residential experience with emotionally handicapped, learning disabled, neuro-behaviorally impaired, autistic, mentally challenged or delinquent boys and girls or adolescents is preferred, but not required; 21 years of age with a high school diploma or GED, college degree preferred.  Re-posted 05/19/2017


The person in this position is responsible for creating a program and learning environment that provides specialized instruction for students with disabilities, such that the students benefit from the general education curriculum to the greatest extent possible. Provides instruction to assigned students implementing IEPs. Prepares academic materials for students following approved curricula. Special education case management including preparation of IEPs, reports, assessment, and leading team meetings. Full time week-day year round position working in a small classroom environment with educationally and behaviorally challenged students. NH Special Education Certification K-12 required. Candidates should be familiar with research base teaching methods and be team-oriented, flexible and creative. Experience with Elementary-Middle School aged students with emotional disabilities preferred.  Re-posted 05/19/2017


Assist autistic and/or behaviorally challenged students in a classroom environment. 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Duties include assisting teacher with activities aimed at encouraging students to practice proper study and social skills. Will provide individual and small group instruction and reinforcement of skills in academic subjects. Paraprofessional experience working with behaviorally involved special needs students preferred. Paraprofessional certified or ability to obtain certification.  Re-posted 05/19/2017


FULL and FLEXIBLE PART-TIME positions (great way to supplement your private practice…) providing individual and group therapy with a variety of students and families. This position includes a combination of case management and clinical work as Spaulding grows. The individual will work closely with academic staff, residential staff, and other related service providers to deliver exemplary services to students served by Spaulding Youth Center. Clinicians are a central role in collaborating with families and staff to produce positive outcomes for challenging children and youth. Successful candidates will have experience providing clinical services to children from a foundation of evidence-based practice. There are opportunities to work with a variety of clinical presentations across the areas of behavioral and emotional needs. Strong clinical knowledge and judgment, organizational skills, excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Must have good oral and written language skills as well as good computer skills.  Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work or other related field that allows for clinical therapy with youth and family.  State of NH clinical certification or license-eligible. Relevant work experience with similar population preferred.  Re-Posted 05/19/2017


To provide care for children and youth 5 to 21 years of age with neurological, emotional, behavioral, learning or developmental challenges in a residential  and educational setting.  Day and evening varied hours current NH license required. Re-posted 05/15/2017


To teach daily living skills, community integration, and socialization to students ranging from 6 to 21 years old participating in a residential/education program servicing neurobehavioral children and emotionally handicapped boys. Will participate in student treatment teams and have case management programs. Bachelor’s degree, preferably in psychology, social work, education or other related field. Will consider combination of course work and experience working with children and adolescents with disabilities. Afternoon, evening and weekend (non-school) hours. Re-posted 05/19/2017


To work with behaviorally challenged youth ages 6-21 years old with neurological impairments including autism, and EH/ID. Full-time position working non-school hours 2pm-10pm shifts including one weekend day/evening (shift differential pay). Applicants must be able to learn and follow through with treatment strategies and implement residential component of Individual Treatment Plan for student. Residential experience with emotionally handicapped, learning disabled, or neuro-behaviorally impaired individuals is preferred, but not required; 21 years of age with a high school diploma or GED – college degree preferred. Re-posted 05/19/2017