Thank you for your interest in employment
with Goodwin Community Health!

Join our well-established, comprehensive Federally Qualified Community Health Center in the Seacoast area of New Hampshire. We are a leader in the health care community recognized for our high quality care and support services. Our current open positions are below.

Goodwin was recently awarded the highest HRSA grant funded award amongst Community Health Centers in NH.The awards were granted for:

  • EHR Reporters – health centers that report clinical measures on the full universe of patients using Electronic Health Record (EHR)
  • Clinical Quality Improvers – health centers that have demonstrated improvements in one or more clinical measures
  • Health Center Quality Leaders – health centers that have the highest clinical performance compared to their health center peers using risk adjusted quartile rankings
  • Access Enhancers – health centers that increased the total number of patients served and the number of patients receiving comprehensive services between 2013 and 2014
  • High Value Health Centers – health centers that improved cost efficient care delivery compared to the national average while also increasing quality of care and improving access to comprehensive services between 2013 and 2014 for quality, cost EMH reporting and access. (9/2015)

We value a work environment that motivates and inspires talented individuals to excel in their professions. We hold to the values of teamwork, service, excellence, meaningful work, honesty and integrity. We pride ourselves on offering opportunities for personal and professional growth while realizing the success of each individual accomplishment as valued members of the Goodwin Community Health team.

Candidates must be dedicated and passionate in carrying out the health center’s mission, which is:

“To provide exceptional health care that is accessible to all people in the community.”
We offer a comprehensive benefits package, which includes health and dental with an agency subsidy for those who qualify and center paid group term life and STD. Many Voluntary benefits are available as well, including, but not limited to LTD, Vision, Flex Plan, Prepaid Legal, Discounted Auto and Home, 401(k), and a generous earned time benefit, to those who qualify.
Goodwin Community Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and considers all applicants without regard to race, color, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other classification protected by state, federal, or local law. Qualified Veterans are encouraged to apply.

Interested candidates should send completed Employment Application with letter of interest, salary requirement and resume to:

Eva Leyer, HR Coordinator

Goodwin Community Health 311, Route 108 Somersworth, NH 03878

Fax: 603-953-0066 or email

Current Openings:

Complex Care Nurse Coordinator (Full-Time/40 Hours per week)

We are looking for an enthusiastic, compassionate and detail oriented Complex Care Nurse Coordinator to join our team for 40 hours/week. The Nurse Case Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating the care of our most complex patients and assisting our patients in navigating their transitions through the healthcare system. The Nurse Case Coordinator will be expected to work collaboratively with all members of our interdisciplinary health care team, as well as with specialists and social service providers in the community. The ability to track, monitor and impact both clinical outcomes as well as healthcare utilization data for this patient population will be essential.

Minimum Knowledge and Skills:

  • Experience with health promotion, chronic care management, case management and patient education
  • Knowledge of, and interest in, working in a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Model of Care
  • Bachelors Preferred
  • Certification in Case Management Preferred
  • Current NH RN license
  • Proficient Computer skills, experience with using EMR
  • Skill in assessing and evaluating the existing resources to meet a patient’s needs
  • Ability to work independently as well as a proven track record of being a team player

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)-RN (16-24 hrs./wk.)

This position is responsible for the day to day oversight of our Medication-Assisted Treatment Program, which assists patients with opiate addictions in their recovery. Duties include patient intakes and medical screenings, assessment of eligibility, recovery support, prior authorizations for reimbursement and coordination of drug screenings. The MAT nurse works closely with the primary care and behavioral health teams to create treatment plans and ensure compliance with the plans. Current NH RN license, active BLS and experience working in the field of mental health and/or addiction preferred. Additional per diem hours may be available for candidates interested in cross training to cover as a primary care nurse

Childcare Worker (Babysitter)

Fun, energetic person (s) wanted to help support drop in childcare program at large community health center and drop in site (located downtown Dover). Duties would include but are not limited to childcare support, setting up and breaking down activity room and light administrative duties. Safe babysitter course and/or CPR certified a plus, experience with children required. This position is part time hours in the weekday afternoons and Saturday mornings. Flexible availability preferred as our program is growing!

Staff Pharmacist (Per Diem)

Responsibilities include provision of clinical pharmacy services to patients and the community. This is a team oriented position in a fast-paced, challenging environment providing support to a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals. As the Pharmacist you will monitor the dispensing of all pharmaceuticals in the Health Center. Respond to requests for drug information from health care providers and patients. Use effective patient education techniques to provide counseling to patients and caregivers, including information on drug therapy, adverse effects, compliance, appropriate use, handling, and drug administration.

Requirements:- Licensure as a Pharmacist as required by New Hampshire, in good standing.- Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.- Proven ability to work in a fast-paced high volume, team oriented environment required.- Knowledge of Community Health Care setting preferred.

Pharmacy Technician (Per Diem)

The Pharmacy Technician, under the direct supervision of the Pharmacist, assists in the operational functioning of the pharmacy department. Duties include, but are not limited to receiving, packaging, storage and distribution of medications. This shall be carried out in accordance with all state and federal laws, national regulatory agencies and the facility departmental policies and procedures.  In addition, the Pharmacy Technician will assist the pharmacist in the ordering of medication and pharmacy supplies and general clerical and charging duties including use of the computer Requirements: 1 Year Pharmacy experience, CPhT, preferred

Medical Assistants (Per Diem)

The Medical Assistant’s work assignment varies between the Call Center and providing clinical support to the provider. This is an extremely fast paced environment and offers a lot of variety. In this role you will assist in the examination and treatment of patients, immunization administration, treatment and procedures. In the call center the MA provides support to the care teams by being the initial point of contact for all medical patients calling Goodwin and works to resolve patient requests at the time of the initial call. Two years of experience in an ambulatory care setting preferred. Heavy phone coverage and excellent customer service skills required. Current BLS Certification and Active MA Certification or Registration is required.