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Director of Planning & Grantmaking, Age Strong Commission, City of Boston (9/2023)
The Director of Planning and Grantmaking is responsible for assessing community needs and service gaps, program planning, funding prioritization, strategic partnership development, and capacity-building across Boston’s aging services network. This is a great leadership role for someone who is passionate about aging, likes strategic planning and operationalization, and wants to contribute positively to a committed team. Boston residency is required (any of the 23+ neighborhoods).
Volunteer Coordinator, FriendshipWorks (9/2023)
This is a new position whose primary responsibilities are to support volunteer recruitment and engagement, and to lead the development of education and/or resources to support volunteers in our programs. About 85-90% of the time will be focused on these functions and working with program staff. The other 10% of the time focused on the recruitment of volunteers for other areas of the agency, supporting volunteers in our agency events, connecting communication staff to our volunteers, and working with program and development staff on recruitment of volunteers at targeted workplaces.
Guardianship Program Director, JF&CS (9/2023)
The Guardianship Program Director leads all aspects of our program, ensuring that we provide excellent care to those we serve, that we maintain strong relationships in the community, and that the program continues to evolve to meet changing needs and address new opportunities. They lead a committed team of four professional case managers and two guardianship accountants, providing ongoing supervision and professional development. They also ensure sound fiscal management of the program and its $850,000+ budget as well as compliance with standards of professional guardianship and the agencies we work with.
State Advocacy Manager, AARP (9/2023)
The State Advocacy Manager develops and implements federal, state, and local-level advocacy goals and objectives within business unit plans and the overall enterprise strategy. Executes state, federal, and local advocacy activities and represents the organization and its interests to elected officials and public policy leaders. Partners with internal and external partners to develop and execute advocacy campaigns and to build constituent support for the organization’s legislative priorities. Develops and executes advocacy volunteer recruitment strategies and tactics. Collaborates with management to identify opportunities to streamline processes and to develop new procedures that support the business unit/department.
Director of Operations, Care Coordinate (8/2023)
Care Coordinate is seeking an experienced Director of Operations to join our growing team. At Care Coordinate, we are committed to providing older adults and people with disabilities with equitable access to home- and community-based services and supports through a network of aging services organizations. The right person for this exciting opportunity will have at least five (5) years of managed care experience in contract analysis, strategic planning, and project management. To apply, email us at email@example.com.
Employment Specialist, Operation A.B.L.E. (8/2023)
Operation A.B.L.E. (Ability Based on Long Experience) promotes employment and training opportunities for individuals who represent economically, racially and occupationally diverse populations. The Employment Specialist will develop and manage relationships with employers, and will work with employers to collect job postings for ABLE clients and coordinate employer workshops, panels, and recruitment sessions. The Specialist provides a full continuum of job search assistance services in-person, via phone, and via email to clients who are unemployed, in job transition, and/or are economically disadvantaged, and serves as agency liaison to the ABLE Employer Advisory Committee.
Assistant Director, Mass Home Care (8/2023)
The Assistant Director will develop and implement our communication strategies, shape our marketing strategies, develop and support projects, and support member advocacy efforts. The ideal candidate is professional, organized, collaborative, resourceful with strong technology skills and with a passion for working on aging issues. Interested applicants must send a cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Transition Liaison, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (8/2023)
The Community Transition Liaison (CTL) supports the dignity and independence of skilled nursing facility (SNF) residents who wish to transition from an institutional to a community setting. As a member of the agency’s new Community Transitions Liaison Program (CTLP), the CTL serves as a key player in leading and facilitating successful transition planning by advocating, educating, and identifying options and resources to support resident goals and overcome barriers to discharge. The CTL will serve as an onsite point of contact for SNF staff, residents, and their support system and will work closely with SNF and agency staff to identify residents who may benefit from working with the CTL.
Executive Director, MassPACE Association (8/2023)
MassPACE is looking for an Executive Director to lead the Association. Working with one staff member and contracted consultants, the Executive Director has primary responsibility for the association’s consistent achievement of strategic, fiscal, and programmatic goals. The Executive Director will be responsible for managing all programming, data analytics, operations (financial and legal), marketing, community outreach, and maintaining organizational accountability, to deliver results. The Executive Director will develop deep knowledge of the PACE model to best support the Directors managing each program. As a very small organization, this is a hands-on position, requiring the ability to perform many administrative tasks as well as strategic priorities. Email resume and cover letter (not to exceed two pages) to email@example.com with (3) a subject line of “Last Name ED Application 2023” (g., Smith ED Application 2023”).
(part time) Club Program Coordinator, Literations (8/2023)
The Club Program Coordinator is responsible for supporting the efforts and contributing to the success of the Literations program. This position is a member of the Program Team; works in close collaboration with the Recruitment and Operations Teams; and reports directly to the Program and Field Manager. We are looking for an individual who both has strong relationship building skills and enjoys working with older adults and is also organized, detail- and process-oriented. This position is responsible for coordinating our literacy program within a portfolio of several Boys and Girls Club afterschool program partners. General operating hours for our afterschool program are 2-6pm.
Digital Content Manager, Hebrew SeniorLife (8/2023)
The Digital Content Specialist will support Hebrew SeniorLife’s content marketing efforts by creating original content for digital channels, especially the HSL blog. The Specialist will collaborate with colleagues on the HSL Editorial Board, along with subject matter experts and stakeholders across the organization, to create engaging content and maximize its use across digital channels, including social media channels and enewsletters. Content will support marketing and thought leadership efforts related to Hebrew SeniorLife health care and senior living offerings, research and academic programs, and philanthropic initiatives, with an emphasis on content that drives HSL’s business goals. Hybrid; Dedham.
Information & Referral Program Manager, Springwell (8/2023)
Springwell is expanding our leadership team! Support us as the Supervisor of our Information & Referral Specialists. The I&R Supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day individual clinical and administrative supervision of I&R Specialists. The Supervisor will assess individual and team strengths, identify areas for improvement and collaborate with the Program Manager to execute processes. The Supervisor is also responsible for overseeing maintenance of existing agency resources and the development of new materials.
(part time) Outreach Coordinator, Literations (8/2023)
Our mission is driving educational equity through experienced community volunteers empowering young readers for lifelong learning. The Outreach Coordinator, under the supervision of the Deputy Director, is responsible for recruiting new volunteers in Boston to serve as Literacy Coaches. The Outreach Coordinator will build relationships with community partners and influencers, attend community events, conduct information sessions, and promote Literations volunteer opportunities online and in-person, with an immediate emphasis in Dorchester, Roxbury, and Mattapan. Willingness to work occasional evenings and/or weekends to represent Literations at community events as needed.
(part time) Coordinator, Newton, FriendshipWorks (8/2023)
This position (20 hours/week, benefit eligible) will be responsible for our friendly visiting, friendly helping, and medical escort program in Newton, in collaboration with the Newton Senior Center.
Executive Director, Stone Rehabilitation and Senior Living (8/2023)
Legacy Lifecare, a nonprofit provider and manager of senior care organizations, is seeking an Executive Director for the Stone Rehabilitation and Senior Living (Stone). Stone is a private residential care and skilled nursing facility located in Newton Upper Falls, and offers a unique combination of classic rest home, in the 22-bed the Pettee House, as well as a modern, 82-bed skilled nursing facility. The function of the Executive Director is to ensure the delivery of the best quality care for Stone’s residents. In addition, this position will develop, direct, and control facility operations within the bounds of established policies, procedures, programs, and budgets. In addition to Stone, Legacy is affiliated with Deutsches Altenheim of West Roxbury; Chelsea Jewish Lifecare of Chelsea and Peabody; JGS Lifecare of Longmeadow; Armenian Nursing and Rehabilitation Center of Jamaica Plain; and the Elizabeth Seton Residence and Marillac Residence of Wellesley.
Executive Assistant to the CEO, Mystic Valley Elder Services (8/2023)
Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment, consider yourself tech savvy with exceptional written and communication skill, have meticulous attention to detail and an all-hands-on-deck attitude? You might be who we are looking for as our Executive Assistant. This is a full-time, exempt (35 hour/week) position. We offer a hybrid remote schedule and the option of a flexible 4-day work week upon completion of an introductory period. Our office is located in Malden, MA with ample free parking! In this role you will anticipate the needs of the CEO and provide support to streamline the Executive’s “world.” Represent the CEO and by extension the organization impeccably to internal and external stakeholders.
(part time) Immigrant Integration & Elder Services Case Worker, Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers (8/2023)
The Case Worker (bilingual in Portuguese/English, knowledge of Portuguese-speaking communities) assesses client needs, creates and implements service plans, advocates, and makes referrals for clients in areas of immigration, health insurance enrollment, Social Security, housing, professional training and job placement, medical care, legal services, ESOL and other educational programs, tenant and consumer rights, and other human service needs.
Executive Director, Beacon Hill Seminars (8/2023)
Seeking a mission-driven professional to administer adult learning courses and programs in Boston. Working with knowledgeable teachers, inquisitive students, and dedicated board members, this is a part-time, single-employee leadership role. A competitive compensation package includes flexible (on-call) schedules and hours, work-from-home options, up to 6 weeks off in the summer, 2 weeks off at year-end, and holidays. Our next executive director will enjoy engaging with people, solving problems, matching course availability and logistics with participant preferences, and using updated technology tools to build community and relationships.
Caregiver/Companion for Elders, CMK Home Care, LLC (8/2023)
CMK Home Care is renowned for it’s exceptional caregivers. We do not hire the average or the norm, we are looking for the Exceptional. Is that you? Call Carmel at 781-266-8985 to schedule a meeting.