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NEWEST POSTINGS LISTED FIRST. UPDATED 8/18/2017.
Program Assistant, Newton Senior Center (8/2017)
The Program Assistant provides on-site assistance with parties, lectures, support groups, community groups, workshops, art and fitness classes, special events, and all other programs that the Newton Senior Center holds on a daily basis. The person in this position will also be responsible to staff some weekend and evening programs.
Multigenerational Program Associate, Hebrew SeniorLife (7/2017)
Hebrew SeniorLife seeks an energetic, organized and creative thinker to plan, develop, and implement multigenerational programs at NewBridge on the Charles in Dedham, MA and support multigenerational programming across all HSL entities. The Multigenerational Program Associate will work closely with the Director of Multigenerational Programming to expand this innovative program, executing and refining existing programs while exploring and pursuing new opportunities to engage youth and senior in shared learning, celebration and community involvement.
Program Coordinator, BOLLI (7/2017)
Brandeis University seeks to hire a Program Coordinator to serve as the lead customer service for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (BOLLI). The person will provide interface with the Institute’s members, coordinate registration and scheduling, maintain the Institute’s classrooms and gathering space, and dispense member services and customer care.
Executive Director, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (6/2017)
Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES) is seeking a seasoned professional who is passionate about elder services and capable of guiding our agency’s continued development and growth as our next Executive Director (ED). The ideal candidate will be a proven leader, with the right combination of business savvy, motivational skill, change leadership and commitment to our mission. Knowledge of the Greater Boston Area and elder services in Massachusetts is also a plus. The ED is the Chief Executive and Operating officer (CEO) of SCES, providing overall leadership and direction for the agency, ensuring we fulfill our mission. The ED develops strategies that support the ongoing financial and operational viability of SCES in a manner that is consistent with our values and goals and takes into account various stakeholders, including consumers, staff, community and the Board of Directors. The ED reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for implementation of programs and policies that have been formulated in conjunction with the Board. The ED works with senior management to identify opportunities and challenges as they emerge, and develops short and long-term plans to address developments.
Part-time Grant Writer, Bridges Together (6/2017)
Bridges Together seeks a detail-oriented individual with excellent writing skills to create compelling grant applications to foundation, government and corporate funders. Reporting to the Executive Director, s/he will play a central role in implementing Bridges Together’s annual development plan, with key responsibility for the complete grant writing process – including prospecting, proposals, fulfillment, donor reports and cultivation. The Grant Writer must develop a holistic understanding of Bridges Together’s model and assets to tell the organizational story and meet development objectives.
Director of Generations Together, JCHE (5/2017)
Intergenerational programming offers people of different ages the opportunity to come together and share their talents, experiences, knowledge, and skills. Such programs provide benefits to all involved and foster life-enhancing growth, understanding, and friendship. JCHE seeks an energetic and creative thinker to plan, develop, implement and administer all intergenerational programming for its campuses in Brighton, Newton and Framingham. JCHE offers extensive intergenerational activities through its Generations Together program enabling residents and young people, ranging in age from preschoolers to college students, to develop relationships that are mutually beneficial. JCHE offers multiple programs that enable individuals across the generations to spend time together teaching, learning and sharing life experiences.
Marketing Coordinator, Rogerson Communities (5/2017)
With over 150 years of experience, Rogerson Communities has grown to provide a network of innovative, accessible, affordable housing and services for elders, persons with disabilities, and the working poor in the Greater Boston area. The Marketing Coordinator will act as a liaison to professional referral sources and advocacy groups to promote the community’s services, value, and credibility within the geographic vicinity of the property. By coordinating activities, developing relationships and through personal contacts, the Marketing Coordinator will position the host community and the company as a resource center for assisted living services as well as a senior advocate.
Program Coordinator, Town of Needham Aging Services Division (4/2017)
The Town of Needham is seeking a Program Coordinator in the Town’s Aging Services Division. The Program Coordinator plans, develops, and manages the learning, entertainment, exercise, and nutrition options for Needham residents across the senior age spectrum. An understanding of the issues confronting the senior age population and an ability to balance competing program interests are crucial. Excellent time management skills as well as proficiency in Microsoft Office are essential. The Program Coordinator may supervise volunteers or staff. The ideal candidate is personable, patient, and flexible, and will help the Aging Services Division to achieve its mission — “to respond to its older residents’ needs by providing a welcoming, inclusive, and secure environment where individuals and families benefit from programs, services, and resources that enhance their quality of life, and provide opportunities for growth and knowledge”.
Compliance and Performance Improvement Manager, Boston Senior Home Care (3/2017)
The Manager of Compliance and Performance Improvement will manage and oversee direct care program operations to ensure work is performed in an efficient and effective manner, and will identify department needs and perform strategic planning with all units within direct care in ways that provide continuous improvement. With the help of IT Manager, the Manager of Quality Improvement will also develop and manage a robust quality improvement system and support direct care team managers in ensuring compliance with oversight agency requirements.
Registered Nurse (RN), Cooperative Elder Services (3/2017)
Cooperative Elder Services is looking for a part-time Registered Nurse (RN) to join their Concord team in providing comprehensive care to their participants to help facilitate everyone to age in place. The populations they serve are primarily frail, elderly, and/or disabled adults with multiple risk factors including (but not limited to) forms of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s, survivors of stroke or cardiovascular episodes, Parkinson’s disease, and more. At this time, they are looking for RN coverage Mondays and Tuesdays, twelve (12) hours in total, with significant opportunity for per diem work throughout the organization for Wednesdays through Saturdays. Shifts are convenient business hours. This is a non-benefitted position.
Adult Family Care Social Worker, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (3/2017)
The AFC Social Worker is part of a health care team that provides social work and case management for the Adult Family Care (AFC) program. Responsibilities include assessment and evaluation of potential program participants and caregivers (if program requires this), care plan development, care coordination and monitoring, crisis intervention, education of host caregivers and AFC participants, and collaboration with AFC nurses. Manage an AFC caseload by providing ongoing clinical casework/case management to program participants, in compliance with program policy and procedures, and Medicaid guidelines. Maintain accurate and timely case records, including all required forms, case documentation, and statistics, according to agency, program and professional standards.
Part-time Assistant to Director of Life Enrichment, Standish Village (3/2017)
The Director of Life Enrichment at Standish Village Assisted Living is looking for an assistant- part-time on Thursdays and Fridays from 10-3 (may be more hours to pick up along the line). Candidate should have enthusiasm and love of this population! If interested, email Lauren at email@example.com
Care Coordinator, FirstLight Home Care of West Suburban Boston (12/2016)
This position will be responsible for the coordination and scheduling of services between clients and caregivers at non-medical home care agency, including the implementation of schedules, adequate staffing, and continuity of care to best meet the needs of clients.
Registered Nurse, Executive Office of Elder Affairs (11/2016)
The Executive Office of Elder Affairs is pleased to announce a new role for a registered nurse interested in joining our home care team. This position, within the Executive Office of Elder Affairs, is responsible for the development and implementation of assessment tools, clinical quality metrics, analytics related to home care program utilization and reporting. This nurse will assist the home care director with the development and implementation of statewide initiatives related to home care program services, including the Frail Elder Waiver (FEW). This individual will also assist with the oversight of all aspects of the Clinical Assessment and Eligibility (CAE) program and interacts with the Executive Office of Elder Affairs and the Office of Long Term Services and Supports to promote quality and provide training in program policies and procedures.
Cadbury Commons – Multiple Positions (11/2016)
Cadbury Commons in Cambridge, MA is seeking a Part Time Activities/Program Specialist, a Full Time Activities/Program Specialist, a Part Time C.N.A., and an Experienced LPN.
Boston Elder Info Program Manager, Boston Senior Home Care (10/2016)
Boston ElderINFO (BEI) is a consultation, information and referral program serving the elder and disabled community, as well as the caregiver and professional communities of Boston. The Program Manager of Boston ElderINFO is responsible for all day-to-day operations for BEI , oversees Boston Senior Home Care’s community outreach programs, and serves as the agency’s staff representative in the community. The Program Manager of Boston ElderINFO supervises a staff of informational and referral specialists, resource specialist, and an administrative assistant ensuring that quality standards and processes are adhered to and that information and referral and program services meet or exceed contractual obligations, stakeholder expectations and professional standards. The Program Manager of Boston ElderINFO also monitors performance; develops and delivers new employee training; coordinates professional development training opportunities; and communicates information related to the effective delivery of quality services.
Case Manager, Visiting Angels (10/2016)
Boston’s leading private-duty home care agency is growing. The successful applicant will join a team of experienced professionals who care about what they do, about the clients we serve, and about the caregivers who directly serve them. General job duties include: helping interview and select caregivers, receiving inquiries from prospective clients, and starting services, assessing client care needs and developing care plans, selecting and supervising appropriate caregivers, and ensuring a positive client experience with our services from beginning to end.