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NEWEST POSTINGS LISTED FIRST. UPDATED 2/2/2023.

Therapeutic Arts Manager, 2Life Communities (2/2023)
The Therapeutic Arts Manager (TAM) supports the needs of and focused activities for a diverse population of older adults that includes residents with Alzheimer’s or other dementias, individuals on the spectrum, and persons with sensory deficits. The TAM oversees creating and delivering interactive programming (groups and individual sessions) that focuses on music and other arts-related approaches that rely on imagination and meaningful engagement instead of memory and emphasize or bring out remaining strengths instead of lost skills. The ideal candidate will have experience working with a diverse population of older adults, using music/art/movement and other therapeutic modalities to encourage physical and mental wellness, and a strong understanding about working with people with dementia.

Behavioral Health Program Coordinator, Executive Office of Elder Affairs (2/2023)
The Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) is seeking a passionate individual to join our team as a Behavioral Health Program Coordinator. The EOEA Behavioral Health Program Coordinator will help coordinate a subset of the agency’s behavioral health care programs for older adults, specifically the Elder Mental Health Outreach Teams (EMHOTs), Elder Mobile Outreach Teams (EMOTs), and Peer Bridger programs, which operate through the aging services network. The Behavioral Health Program Coordinator will report to the Director of Home and Community Programs and coordinate closely with various departments at EOEA and across the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS).

Public Affairs Manager, Mass Home Care Association (2/2023)
MHC is seeking a self-motivated, politically savvy, health and home care policy expert to join our team and fill this newly created role. The ideal candidate will possess a passion for and working knowledge of health and home care policy and public benefits that make to a difference in the lives of older adults and people with disabilities living in community settings. You will support our members’ advocacy efforts through management of multiple, complex policy initiatives involving both the Massachusetts Legislature and Executive branches of government (i.e., Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EHS), MassHealth (MH) and the Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA). You will work closely with our deeply engaged board, legislative committee, health care strategists and government affairs team to develop, track, engage, analyze and educate on legislative and complex policy matters impacting the home care industry in Massachusetts.

Executive Director, Mass Home Care Association (1/2023)
Since 1983, Mass Home Care (MHC) has served as one of the leading advocacy organizations for aging and home care services in Massachusetts. As the non-profit trade association representing the Commonwealth’s network of 27 Aging Services Access Points (ASAPs) and Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs), the mission of our organization is to foster the development of comprehensive and coordinated service systems that enable individuals to age with health and independence in our communities. MHC is seeking a passionate, mission-driven Executive Director to lead the work of our organization focused on three specific areas: advocacy, policy development, and collaboration. The MHC Executive Director works with our Board of Directors to set the strategic direction and goals for the organization, and to implement strategies to enhance the reach and impact of the Massachusetts ASAP/AAA network. This role is well suited for someone with a passion for public policy who wants make to a difference in the lives of older adults and persons with disabilities.

Non-Profit Director, Springwell, Inc. (1/2023)
Springwell is seeking a new staff member to join our Senior Leadership Team. This unique position will have internal and external facing responsibilities including developing and overseeing new programs and strategic initiatives that advance the mission of Springwell, furthering agency outreach efforts and directly supervising staff. Looking for a creative and strategic thinker who understands the non-profit landscape and how this interacts with healthcare, housing and other business sectors. This role will have the ability to present information and communicate clearly with key stakeholders, community partners and internal staff at all levels; have experience creating and executing new programs as well as developing a program evaluation framework that uses data to assess strengths and identifies areas for improvement; and have excellent supervision skills and an understanding of social work concepts.

Fitness Specialist, Senior Living, 2Life Communities (1/2023)
(Framingham) Engage residents in diverse exercise classes, health, wellness, and expressive therapy programs that contribute to healthy aging through one-on-one and group sessions. The Fitness Specialist will facilitate and lead daily exercise classes for residents; upgrade and modify the level of exercise classes where appropriate; teach specialized arthritis and balance classes; and work with frail, isolated residents in their apartment one-on-one to encourage their participation in class and gym usage to combat isolation and support socialization. The Fitness Specialist trains and supervises interns and volunteers assisting with the Fitness and Wellness Program.

Resident Services Coordinator, Rogerson Communities (1/2023)
The Resident Services Coordinator welcomes new residents to Spencer House and Cooper House, provides individual case management for residents, and develops referral partnership with local agencies. This position also coordinates education and health programming, and helps set a tone of inclusion and non-discrimination in the resident community.

Community Transition Liaison Coordinator, Executive Office of Elder Affairs (1/2023)
The Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) is seeking a mission-driven and dynamic individual to fill the Community Transition Liaison Program (CTLP) Coordinator position. The successful candidate must possess program management experience and be able to communicate clearly conveying and articulating information in writing and orally to EOEA managers, senior staff, and providers. In this role, the CTLP Coordinator works with EOEA staff and across Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) agency with other agencies including but not limited to MassHealth Office of Long-Term Services & Supports, The Department of Mental Health, Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, and the Department of Developmental Disabilities to ensure programmatic requirements are met for consumers being served through the Community Transition Liaison Program. 

Manager of Special Projects, Springwell (1/2023)
The Manager of Special Projects is an opportunity for you to use all of your skills. Provide direct supervision to staff conducting direct service work, conduct community outreach, as well as support the development of new programs and services across the agency. Projects assigned may be short or long term, and will likely include conducting research, setting up data tracking systems, and preparing presentations. This is a great position for someone who is flexible, interested in conducting a variety of work, and willing to take on agency projects that may be big or small. Experience as a supervisor and program manager is required.

Protective Services Supervisor, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (1/2023)
The Protective Services Supervisor determines eligibility for protective services, provides casework, and coordinates services to elders determined to be suffering from a reportable condition of abuse as defined in 651 CMR 5.02(31). In addition, the PSS assists the PS Director with administrative support and provides supervision to staff.

Assisted Living Ombudsman Program Manager, Springwell (1/2023)
Ensure the rights of Assisted Living residents by joining Springwell as an Ombudsman Program Manager. As an Assisted Living Residence (ALR) Ombudsman Program Manager, you work to develop, administer, and oversee the Regional ALR Ombudsman services and promote its philosophy of advocating and maintaining assisted living residents’ rights. This requires meeting with residents in-person at approximately 60 ALR throughout the Greater Boston and MetroWest region. You will work closely with the Executive Office of Health and Human Services State Ombudsman Unit to ensure that requirements are fulfilled as outlined in the federal Older Americans Act, statewide long-term care Ombudsman regulations and policies, and Host agency designation agreement.

Assistant Director, Massachusetts Councils on Aging (12/2022)
Massachusetts Councils on Aging (MCOA) is the principal statewide organization that supports, advocates, and educates a wide network of municipal Councils on Aging/Elder Service Departments and many other organizations in Massachusetts that also serve older adults. MCOA is currently seeking an experienced professional in the Aging Network to become its new Assistant Director who shall support the Executive Director in achieving the Agency’s Goals and Objectives, formulating and implementing policies and procedures for efficient processes, advocating for policies and programs that will improve the quality of life of older adults and, creating and sustaining strong partnerships within the aging network. This job posting will close on Monday December 12, 2022. 

Nurse Reviewer, MassHealth Office of Long Term Care Services and Supports (12/2022)
This position will audit, inspect, and train MassHealth providers and integrated care plans as well as provide clinical support to OLTSS staff who manage those programs. Additionally, the nurse will provide input on cross-cutting clinical initiatives affecting LTSS programs. This work will require close collaboration with OLTSS program teams and other units within MassHealth, such as Clinical Affairs, as well as MassHealth LTSS Third Party Administrator. The incumbent will report to OLTSS’ Clinical Lead, Community and Integrated Care Programs.

Ombudsperson for Chelsea Soldiers Home, Commonwealth of Massachusetts (12/2022)
The vision of the Department of Veterans’ Services is to ensure that Massachusetts is a place where all veterans and their families have awareness of and access to the benefits and to the services earned, that they are respected for the service they have rendered and are able to live healthy and productive lives. The Department is transitioning to become an independent Secretariat, the Executive Office of Veterans’ Services, and is expanding its staffing to prepare for and meet anticipated needs that come with this expansion. The ombudsperson shall advocate on behalf of residents and staff of the Veterans’ Home and to receive, investigate and resolve through administrative action, in a timely manner, complaints filed by residents and staff of the home, individuals acting on behalf of residents or staff or any individual organization or government agency that has reason to believe that the home, an organization or a government agency has engaged in activities, practices or omissions that constitute violations of applicable statutes or regulations or that may have an adverse effect upon the health, safety, welfare or rights of residents or staff of the home.

Mental Health & Wellness Engagement Manager, Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Boston (12/2022)
This is an exciting opportunity for a master’s level social worker or someone with similar credentials. This position focuses on creative, social, and support group activities for older adults and those who care about them, and on building collaborations with other providers. You will use a prevention lens to impact older individuals and aging service provider organizations looking for practical ways to improve body, mind and spirit at home and in community. You will have the opportunity to apply your skills to a variety of activities – community collaboration, program planning, group work, education and training workshops, and consultation.

Executive Director, LeadingAge DC (12/2022)
This is a part-time Washington D.C. based position. Under the leadership of the LeadingAge President & CEO, the Executive Director of LeadingAge DC provides strategic and operational leadership to the members of LeadingAge DC. The Executive Director represents LeadingAge DC members before DC City Council, local agencies, and the public. The Executive Director builds and sustains strong relationships, including providing regular communication, with the LeadingAge DC members; works with the members and Board of Directors to deliver targeted education and to recruit members. The Director is also responsible for the prudent stewardship of the LeadingAge DC budget. Promoting the world of possibilities for aging, the Executive Director of LeadingAge DC helps establish a firm LeadingAge presence in Washington, DC, assists with membership growth and development, and promotes member value and satisfaction.