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Technical Associate, MIT AgeLab
The Technical Associate will create content for and support drafting materials for the lab’s newsletters, website, and social media accounts; conduct literature reviews on topics related to research being done at the lab including summarizing research results and findings for other researchers in the lab; work collaboratively to support other researchers’ work and to design and complete independent research assignments.
Project Manager, MIT AgeLab
The Project Manager will be responsible for day-to-day management and execution of research projects focused around decision-making, aging, and consumer behavior in multiple domains, such as transportation, aging-in-place, and caregiving.
SCO Bilingual Case Manager, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (2/2018)
The SCO Bilingual Case Manager is responsible for supporting the dignity and independence of older persons in need of assistance by assessing their situations, identifying unmet needs, working with Senior Care Options Team and HC Supervisor to coordinate and monitor services to meet those needs. Carried mixed caseload of Home Care and SCO consumers.
AFC Operations Manager, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (2/2018)
The Operations Manager is responsible for ensuring the administrative functions of the department run smoothly. This position works alongside the Adult Family Care (Adult Foster Care) Director and Social Work Manager on a variety of projects related to staff training, procedural implementation, and quality improvement.
AFC Social Worker, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (2/2018)
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, 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. Provide psychosocial support to program participants and caregivers; addressing issues related to caregiver stress, family systems, mental health diagnoses, and aging and disability. Maintain accurate and timely case records, including all required forms, case documentation, and statistics, according to agency, program and professional standards.
Resident Program Manager, Orchard Cove (2/2018)
The Resident Program Manager leads the way in creating meaningful programs that support the vibrant platforms of life in Independent and Enhanced Living at Orchard Cove. The Resident Program Manager creates vibrant programs by cultivating ideas and building relationships with external professionals and with residents based on “what matters most” to every resident, with the goal of positioning Orchard Cove as a forward-thinking innovative community. The Resident Program Manager works closely with staff throughout the community, as well as residents and families to infuse vibrancy at every platform of life, and to make each day meaningful for our residents.
Executive Director, Cornerstone at Canton (1/2018)
Senior Living Residences is looking for an experienced Executive Director for Cornerstone at Canton, an assisted living and memory support community, located in Canton, Massachusetts. The Executive Director has primary responsibility for all operational aspects of the residence, including marketing and full occupancy, financial performance, regulatory compliance, supervision and staffing, and is responsible for all activities related to providing independent living and assisted living accommodations at the community.
Business Development Associate, Ezra Home Care (1/2018)
Ezra Home Care is a privately owned and operated in-home health care company devoted to helping clients lead independent lives in the comfort, and security, of home. The Business Development Manager will play a critical role in ensuring that the company meets its territory growth objectives. The position requires an experienced, results-driven, field-sales person — with a passion for seniors, a proven track-record for identifying new business opportunities through referral sources and meeting/exceeding sales quotes.
Intergenerational Program Manager, Little Brother – Friends of the Elderly (1/2018)
Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly (LBFE) is hiring an Intergenerational Program Manager (IGPM). We’re looking for someone who is smart, curious, flexible, and self-directed to join our small team. The IGPM’s primary responsibility is to manage our CitySites program, which builds inclusive communities that span generations and cultures and prevents and relieves isolation and loneliness.
Elder Abuse Intervention Advocate, Transition House (11/2017)
Transition House’s mission is to end domestic violence in our community. For over 40
years, Transition House has worked throughout Cambridge to create a culture where breaking
the cycle of violence is an ongoing priority and where people affected by domestic violence can live in safety, access housing, resources and the holistic support they need to thrive. Transition House is now expanding its capacity to to prevent and support those who endure domestic violence and abuse in later life. The Elder Abuse Advocate will be responsible for direct service and support to elders age 60+ while also working with partners in the community to increase outreach and education about Elder Abuse. This new position is part of the Community Support Partnership, a collaboration of the City of Cambridge, the Cambridge Housing Authority and Transition House.
Case Manager (Bilingual), Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (11/2017)
The Case Manager is responsible for supporting the dignity and independence of older persons in need of assistance by assessing their situations, identifying unmet needs, arranging for, coordinating and monitoring services to meet those needs, and advocating with other agencies on behalf of the client.
Clinical Social Worker, Neighborhood PACE (11/2017)
The MSW will work with participants at the PACE Center and in their homes addressing issues ranging from high risk mental health, end of life, medical decision making, caregiver support, and more. Responsibilities for this role include conducting psychosocial assessments, formulating treatment plans, providing counseling and therapy, with opportunities for running groups and coordinating care with interdisciplinary team members to support participants’ achieving their goals. For more information, see Job Requisition #: R0000793 under the Clinical tab on their website.
Community Life Operations Manager – Senior Sites, The Community Builders (10/2017)
The Community Life Operations Manager is responsible for providing program design, development, and evaluation support, technical assistance and coaching for sites implementing the Community Life initiative at 18 sites across 8 different states in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest Regions. This will include close collaboration with Community Life service coordinators (CLSCs) and Property Managers from each site and corporate staff from multiple departments. S/he will report to the Vice President of Community Life and assist in developing, training, monitoring, and assessing implementation of the Community Success Plans (CSPs). The Community Life Operations Manager will develop and coordinate new Standards of Practice, tools and infrastructure to support CLSCs assess the status of onsite operations and programming, review and analyze monthly ETO reports, provide written summaries and reports synthesizing findings; and assist with partnership development. S/he will identify cross-functional, strategic and operational solutions that enhance productivity, efficiency and ongoing growth of Community Life.
Member Services Associate, Cambridge At Home (9/2017)
Cambridge At Home (CAH) is looking for a talented and dedicated professional who has a genuine interest in enhancing the wellbeing and independence of seniors who are planning to age in their own homes and communities. The Member Services Associate will be the primary point of contact for CAH’s 250 members who are aged 55 and over. The requirements for the Member Services Manager are broad, but the goal is to keep current members engaged and to help recruit new members. This position is part time, namely 3 days/week. Flex time can be arranged.