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POLST Program Director, Executive Office of Elder Affairs (5/2023)
The Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) is seeking a mission-driven and dynamic individual to become its first Portable Order for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) Program Director. The POLST Program Director will be responsible for all aspects of launching and managing this new program. The Program Director will be expected to lead work affecting constituents across multiple state agencies, such as the Executive Office of Veterans Affairs, the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS), and all agencies under EOHHS. The Program Director is also expected to engage with multiple external stakeholders representing hospitals, outpatient care providers, emergency medical services, community-based or facility-based long-term care providers. Stakeholders represent interests of patients and families facing end-of-life care decisions, health care professionals, and others supporting patients and families through this tender stage in life.
Senior Director of Finance & Administration, City of Boston Age Strong Commission (5/2023)
The Senior Director of Finance & Adminsitration in Age Strong oversees the strategic, administrative and financial needs of the Commission, including the financial management, annual budgets planning process, contracts and grants management, compliance and reporting, and general administration. This position serves in a core leadership role within Age Strong and supports the building and advancing of inclusive management and internal operations systems. Boston Residency Required.
Executive Director, Stone Rehabilitation and Senior Living (5/2023)
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.
Grants Specialist, AgeSpan (5/2023)
The Grants Specialist is a valuable partner in the strategy and operations of a large human services agency that serves older adults, people with disabilities, and caregivers. The Specialist works with colleagues across the organization to advance agency work through grant research and management, with a goal of securing philanthropic or government funding that align with agency strategy and program needs. The position is based in Lawrence and requires occasional travel to our Danvers office. There will be flexibility to work remotely two days per week (contingent upon employee performance).
Research Assistant III – JCHS, Harvard Graduate School of Design (5/2023)
Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) seeks applications for a research assistant to conduct quantitative and qualitative research on issues related to housing and aging. Since its founding in 1959, JCHS has been a leader in advancing public understanding of housing issues and policy. As a member of the JCHS Housing and Aging Society Program, and reporting to the research associate, the research assistant will conduct quantitative and qualitative research on topics related to housing and aging and will contribute to the Joint Center’s research products, communications, events, and other activities. The Center is a mission-driven organization that promotes a culture of collaboration, creativity, respect, diversity, and inclusion.
(remote) Director – FieldScout Network, Genworth (5/2023)
Genworth Financial, Inc. is a Fortune 500 provider of products, services and solutions that help families address the financial challenges of aging. The FieldScout Network Director manages a small team and owns the FieldScout Network and the relationship between CareScout and our nurses/nursing agencies. The position includes oversight of the platform, the people and the processes that support CareScout through the FieldScout Network. You will partner with the leadership teams across CareScout to strategically expand and advance the FieldScout Network and drive implementation of key business projects. You will also be responsible for the continuous improvement of the customer experience, executing on the overall operational targets and guiding the daily business decisions.
Therapeutic Arts Manager, 2Life Communities (5/2023)
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.
Assistant Director, Senior Center, Town of Holliston (5/2023)
The Town of Holliston is seeking applicants for the full time position of Assistant
Director, Senior Center. The Assistant Director provides management of health, safety, education, cultural growth and self-enrichment programs for seniors. The Assistant Director also provides the
management of volunteers. This is a full time benefit eligible position at 37.5 hours per week. Pursuant to the Town’s Consolidated Personnel By-Laws, this position is classified as Grade 600 and the Step 1 rate is $28.50 per hour. The successful candidate will have a High School Diploma or equivalent. A College Degree is strongly preferred. 5 years of related work experience or an equivalent combination of education will be considered.
Resident Services Coordinator, Rogerson Communities (5/2023)
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.
(part-time) PetPals Coordinator, FriendshipWorks (4/2023)
The PetPals Program Coordinator is a part-time (24 hours/week) position with benefits that evaluates and trains volunteers with a pet to visit elders living in long-term care facilities in Boston, Brookline, and Cambridge. The position is responsible for volunteer recruitment and screening, including facilitating pet assessments with an animal behaviorist, and coordinating scheduling with participating facilities. The position also provides on-going support and follow up with both volunteers and liaisons at the facilities. Flexible schedule, although assessments (with an animal behaviorist) for new PetPal teams are held on Saturdays, typically every other month. (Very) occasional shadowing of existing volunteer teams often occurs on a weekend.
(part-time, contract) MusicWorks Assistant, FriendshipWorks (4/2023)
MusicWorks offers friendship and connection through the joy of music to isolated elders in twelve buildings in Boston/Brookline. The MusicWorks Assistant will assist with the setup and cleanup of the room, confirming musicians scheduled for each group, tracking attendance, getting to know the elders, and leading groups. Requires availability during the week, especially Tuesday through Friday, for 15-20 hours per week at an hourly rate of $20/hour. This contract position runs through December 31st, 2023, with the possibility of renewal.
Non-Profit Director, Springwell, Inc. (4/2023)
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.
Resident Services Coordinator – Brookline, Hebrew SeniorLife (4/2023)
Hebrew SeniorLife is hiring in multiple locations for roles in its innovative model of independent living with services—a model that is proven to improve resident health outcomes. We are looking for creative and passionate individuals with a background in services for seniors and adults with disabilities. The ideal candidate is excited to take ownership of the program, ensuring that key program metrics get met and that residents receive highest-quality case management services. This role is located at one of four Brookline Housing Authority locations in the Coolidge Corner neighborhood of Brookline.
Wellness Nurse – Medford and Revere, Hebrew SeniorLife (4/2023)|Hebrew SeniorLife is looking for a full time Wellness Nurse, Monday-Friday (no weekends, not on-call), in our Medford and Revere affordable housing communities to provide health assessment and education to seniors.
Wellness Coordinator – Medford and Revere, Hebrew SeniorLife (4/2023)
Hebrew SeniorLife is hiring in multiple locations for roles in its innovative model of independent living with services—a model that is proven to improve resident health outcomes. We are looking for creative and passionate individuals with a background in services for seniors and adults with disabilities. The ideal candidate is excited to take ownership of the program, ensuring that key program metrics get met and that residents receive highest-quality case management services.
Friendly Visiting Coordinator, FriendshipWorks (4/2023)
Two full-time positions open! The position is responsible for all aspects of the Friendly Visiting program in assigned neighborhoods. Primary responsibilities include outreach, volunteer recruitment and screening, matching, home visits, and reporting. Additionally, the Coordinator is responsible for regular community engagement and leadership of local neighborhood initiatives that serve the FriendshipWorks mission.
Assistant Director, Cambridge Neighbors, Inc. (4/2023)
Cambridge Neighbors (CN), a nonprofit membership organization, is looking for a talented and dedicated professional who has a genuine interest in enhancing the well being and independence of seniors who are planning to age in their own homes and communities. The Assistant Director will be the primary point of contact for CN’s 225 members who are aged 60 and over. The requirements for the Assistant Director are broad. Applying superb administrative, customer service, organizational and computer skills, the candidate will, among other tasks: assist CN members with service requests; maintain a membership data base; develop and implement programming for members. Please send resume and cover letter to Jan Latorre-Stiller at email@example.com.
Executive Director, Beacon Hill Seminars (4/2023)
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.
Information & Referral Program Manager, Springwell (4/2023)
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.
Caregiver/Companion for Elders, CMK Home Care, LLC (4/2023)
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.
Training Program Coordinator, CADER at BU’s School of Social Work (4/2023)
The Network for Professional Education and the Center for Aging & Disability Education & Research (CADER), located at BU’s School of Social Work, develops and delivers a comprehensive array of high-quality training and workforce solutions to support health and social service professionals and organizations. The Training Program Coordinator is responsible for the success of several key areas of online course delivery for a portfolio of online professional education courses, directly serving approximately 1000 students. Principally, this position monitors student performance, addresses issues that arise daily in accessing courses, and helps students successfully complete the online program; organizes the delivery of the online program; creates and manages monthly training reports based on participant progress and feedback in order to communicate progress to the training liaisons in order to ensure successful student engagement in online courses.