Job Openings

Dear Potential Families First Employee,

Further down on this page you will find our current job postings. But first, we’d like to tell you why Families First is considered such a great place to work. Below, three current employees share what they like about working at Families First:

Mary Malloy, Primary Care and Chronic Disease Management Nurse (since 2008)
“I love that I get to spend as much time as a patient needs, as often as they need, to help them understand and cope with their diabetes. I love my colleagues, who inspire me to do the best I can for every patient, without judgment. I love that we look at a patient's insurance status only to figure out how to help them, not to determine whether we will help them.”

Cheryl Mosley, Front Office Coordinator (since 2004)
“I have great communication with my supervisor. I get to help patients – many patients try to get services and are surprised when they come here that we really are here to help them; it makes you feel good. Staff are great to work with; we are like a family. We’re very busy, so the day goes by quickly. My ideas are heard and sometimes implemented. We all try to work as a team."

Hilary O’Neil, Outreach and Family Center Coordinator (since 2007)
“Families First staff are very dedicated, compassionate and non-judgmental, and are a fun group of people. I love the variety of things I get to do in my job. And it’s wonderful to be able to offer things that are really needed, good and necessary services offered to people for the betterment of the whole community.”


To apply for any of the jobs listed below, please send a cover letter and resume to:
- HR, Families First, 100 Campus Drive, Suite 12, Portsmouth, NH 03801
- or fax to HR at 603-422-8219
- or e-mail
Dates in parenthesis are the date the job was posted; all are still open.

Primary Care Nurse (per diem) (7/13/16).
Be part of a team with physicians, nurse practitioners and medical assistants to provide preventive and sick care to adults and children in our Health Center. Must have at least two years of primary care experience and a New Hampshire RN license. From 10-40 hours per week.

Care Coordinator for the Homeless Healthcare Program (7/13/16).
The Care Coordinator provides case management services, as part of the mobile Homeless Healthcare team, to patients experiencing homelessness in the Seacoast area. Performs outreach activities by informing the community about the services available. Provides direct services, helps develop care plans, and refers to other community services. Provides transportation when needed. Helps patients enroll in health care plans, including Medicaid and Medicare.Organizational skills, attention to detail, computer literacy and the ability to build relationships with this hard-to-serve population is required. A Bachelor's degree in a human service field is preferred. This position is 30 hrs/week and requires some variability in the work schedule.