Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in employment with MFS.

EmploymentMFS values its employees and strives to provide employees with a http://tallgrasstheatre.org/buy-cialis-now safe, fair and supportive work environment.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, or status as a disabled veteran or a Vietnam-era veteran.  Monadnock Family Services is a Drug Free Workplace.

View a list of current job openings, if you are interested in applying for any of these positions, please download the application, complete it, and

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  • fax to 603-357-9648
  • or mail to: Monadnock Family Services, 64 Main St., Keene, NH  03431
These documents may also be obtained by contacting:
  • Monadnock Family Services, Human Resources Office, 64 Main St., Keene, NH  03431 or contacting us by phone at 603 283-1570.
  • Completed applications are kept on file for one year. If you wish to have your application considered after one year, please contact us to provide updated information.
  • A valid New Hampshire driver's license and access to a vehicle during work hours is required for all direct care positions.   A Criminal Record and Motor Vehicle Record check is required for employment for all positions.
Student Internship Opportunities
  • MFS has partnerships with several accredited educational facilities that offer student opportunities, practicums and internships.  We encourage students to apply by submitting a cover letter and resume to the above address


Featured Events

Men Who Cook Jaffrey 2014

May 18th, 2014
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Featured Success Stories

Finding a Home for Kay

Kay was dealing with depression and was homeless when Melanie Diehl, her caseworker at Monadnock Family Services, entered her life. Kay was “skittish” at her first meeting with Melanie, but she soon discovered she had an ally in her efforts to right her life.

Reuniting Mother and Son

Michael was assigned to Melanie Diehl as he coped with severe depression. For years he had lived with his mother who fell where they lived in 2009 and was hospitalized. When Melanie began working with Michael, he was paralyzed with fear that he’d never go back to living with his mother.

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