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NEWEST POSTINGS LISTED FIRST. UPDATED 11/23/2022.

Senior Center Director, City of Cambridge (11/2022)
The Council on Aging (COA) works to promote and safeguard the health and wellness of seniors over the age of 60 by offering an array of services, including: enrichment and wellness classes, meals, trips, social service supports, and a variety of opportunities for meaningful connection to staff and other seniors. The COA operates two senior centers, one in Central Square and the second in North Cambridge. The COA is looking for a creative manager to be part of the COA leadership team who will work to expand offerings and partnerships at the North Cambridge Senior Center that meet the needs of seniors. 

Programming Assistant, Goddard House (11/2022)
Goddard House is seeking a dynamic, innovative programmer who is creative, friendly, energetic and organized to assist our Program Director in creating, scheduling and implementing programs for our residents. This role will assist in creating monthly programming for seniors that enhances their social, intellectual, creative, spiritual and physical well­ being; assist with developing, scheduling and directing daily programs and activities; drive residents to off-site appointments in the community car; and provide support with photography, the creation of a monthly newsletter, updating the community Facebook page, and public relations efforts.

Social Worker- Homemaker/Home Health Aid, Bedford VA Healthcare Systems (11/2022)
This Social Worker- Homemaker/Home Health Aid (HM/HHA) position is in Social Work services at the Bedford VA Healthcare Systems located at the Bedford Massachusetts location. This position is full-time at 40 hours per week. The social worker is administratively responsible and manages the daily operation of the program; directs patient care services in the program area, develops policies and procedures and prepares reports and statistics for facility, VISN, and national use. Among other duties, the social worker evaluates the appropriateness of services provided, need for ongoing services, and/or need for transfer to alternate level of care; monitors the care provided to the veterans enrolled in the Homemaker/Home Health Aid program; and engages in clinical social work care of veterans.

SHINE Community Health Benefits Counselor, Minuteman Senior Services (11/2022)
Minuteman Senior Services provides SHINE (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone) Counselors to the 16 communities we serve. Under the supervision of the Minuteman Senior Services Regional SHINE Director, the counselor will maintain SHINE certification to provide health insurance information, counseling, assistance, and community education to Medicare beneficiaries of all ages and/or their caregivers who are patients of Lahey Health. This position is a part-time, benefited position located at Beth Israel/Lahey Medical Center in Burlington, MA.

Bilingual Coordinator (Spanish-English), FriendshipWorks (11/2022)
FriendshipWorks is seeking a bilingual coordinator (Spanish-English) for our friendly visiting program that matches older adults with volunteers for weekly visits. Primary responsibility for Dorchester, Roxbury, Mattapan, Hyde Park, South End. Full-time with benefits; hybrid schedule.

Program Coordinator, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Brandeis University (10/2022)
The Program Coordinator will oversee and provide daily operations and administrative support for BOLLI, an adult learning program. The successful candidate will serve as the primary contact for a vibrant membership organization, provide assistance to members and potential members, maintain the classroom space and working on projects as assigned.

Fitness Specialist, Hebrew Senior Life (10/2022)
The Fitness Specialist is charged with assisting the Fitness Manager in the creation and implementation of fitness related activities for the Independent Living and Enhanced Living residents at Orchard Cove. All programs are used to reinforce the value of fitness to all residents. The Fitness Specialist is responsible for upholding and delivering the highest Hebrew SeniorLife (HSL) and fitness industry program standards with regards to safety, professionalism and quality of care for residents.

Program and Activities Coordinator, 2Life Communities (10/2022)
This position is based in Newton, and its main focus is to create and implement group programs and activities. The Program and Activities Coordinator works directly with the Resident Services Coordinators (RSC), Director of Resident Services (RSD), and Central Program Staff on programs, events, and activities for residents. The work schedule will need some flexibility to oversee programs and activities when residents are involved.

Executive Director, Sunrise Senior Living (10/2022)
At Sunrise in Newton, the Executive Director will be responsible for providing comprehensive leadership for a premier senior living community in goal setting, operational management, and long-term growth. The Executive Director will ensure positive engagement of residents, family, friends, and team members by maintaining a positive, open-door atmosphere. They will demonstrate effective communication, lead by example, ensure outstanding attention to detail in resident’ care and wellbeing, set standards for quality assurance, and foster positive family relationships. The Executive Director has direct responsibility for hiring, training, and supervising a top-notch team, as well as for the financial management and regulatory compliance of the community, and they will lead the Sales and Marketing process, in order to meet or exceed occupancy and revenue targets.

Director of Senior Services, Town of Lexington (10/2022)
The Director of Senior Services works as part of the Department of Human Services and is responsible for the management of outreach services and programming to support Lexington
seniors (age 60 +) and their families at the Lexington Community Center and throughout the
community. The Director supervises two staff members, and provides information and referral services, organizes education and wellness programs, and identifies needs and service gaps that can be met with programming. The Director collaborates with the Lexington Health, Fire, and Police Departments to identify at-risk seniors and provide support.

Family Caregiver Support Program Specialist, AgeSpan (10/2022)
The Family Caregiver Support Program Specialist provides consultations for individuals caring for older adults or grandparents financially and legally responsible for raising grandchildren. The Program Specialist addresses needs for assistance by helping a caregiver problem solve their unique caregiver situation. The specialist refers caregivers to community resources, serves as a liaison to other agency programs and offers information, assessment, care planning, education, emotional support, advocacy, and training to promote caregiver wellness. The Program Specialist will work in conjunction with the Family Caregiver Support Program Director and the FCSP team to expand programming and support services through outreach and education.

PACE Social Worker, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, Neighborhood PACE (10/2022)
As part of a dynamic Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) in an innovative model of care, the PACE Social Worker will develop plans of care for participants who want to live safely in their communities. You 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 include conducting psychosocial assessments, formulating treatment plans, and providing counseling, with opportunities for running groups and coordinating care with interdisciplinary team members to support participants achieving their goals. You must have an MSW and be passionate about serving adults 55+. Experience working with older adults preferred. Must possess or be working toward licensure as a Licensed Certified Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) in MA.

Chief Business Development Officer, Springwell (10/2022)
Join Springwell as Chief Business Development Officer and help us grow! As part of Springwell’s Senior Leadership team, you will develop and oversee a service line for health providers that may include Accountable Care Organizations, Physician Practices, Hospitals, Behavioral Health Providers or Insurance Companies, and lead the agency’s work on new programs and initiatives. You will also provide supervision to staff who are assigned to these contracts and providing the direct services.

Executive Director, Newton at Home (10/2022)
Newton at Home seeks a self-motivated, forward-thinking, proactive Executive Director to lead the organization’s continued and expansive growth and manage its team of staff and volunteers. View the full job posting using the link above. To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to edsearch@newtonathome.org.

Aging & Disability Data Analyst, Public Consulting Group (10/2022)
Public Consulting Group (PCG) is a leading public sector management consulting and operations improvement firm that partners with health, education, and human services agencies to improve lives. Founded in 1986 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, PCG has over 2,500 professionals in more than 60 offices worldwide. The person in this role understands and is an expert in complex federal regulations and requirements for long-term services and supports (LTSS) programs, including home and community-based services (HCBS) waivers, Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), skilled nursing facilities (SNF), and intermediate care facilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities (ICF-IID). This role helps agencies design programs, services, and systems; increase program revenue; cut costs; and improve regulatory compliance with state and federal regulations.

Board Member, American Society on Aging (9/2022)
(Unpaid) The American Society on Aging (ASA) is seeking board members to move their organization forward. ASA is a diverse community of professionals working in aging in America, and sees its responsibility as a leader to drive the discourse and advocate for the change necessary to address these issues in aging. Terms of service are two years, renewable for a maximum of six years.

Supervisor roles, Springwell (9/2022)
Springwell is seeking several supervisors to fill positions across the agency at our Waltham and Marlborough offices. The Supervisor will provide regular administrative and clinical supervision to a group of staff who are working in either the State Home Care Program, the Senior Care Options program or Information & Consultation. These staff perform a variety of functions including making referrals for services, assessing an individual’s needs, coordinating and monitoring services. The Supervisor is responsible for training staff, providing timely feedback on performance and ensuring services are provided in compliance with program regulations.

Executive Director of Services, SAGE (9/2022)
Founded in 1978 and headquartered in New York City, SAGE is the world’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ+) older people. The Executive Director of SAGE Services is a member of SAGE’s Executive Team. Reporting to SAGE’s Executive Vice President, the inaugural Executive Director of SAGE Services (EDSS) has the exciting opportunity to join the organization during a time of inflection, reflection, and growth. Building on the momentum of a new strategic plan, as well as deep and evolving commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion, the EDSS will lead the continued development, scaling, and administration of SAGE’s flagship community services and housing-based services programs.

Director of Marketing and Communications, 2Life Communities (9/2022)
Integrate and unite 2Life Communities sales, marketing, content production, public relations and communications efforts across the organization. Support the Chief Marketing Officer in developing and executing a cohesive marketing communications strategy, overseeing and executing on the brand vision, and ensuring the voice and integrity of the brand are maintained throughout the organization. Support the Chief Executive Officer as a thought leader in building 2Life’s presence in the areas of aging in community and affordable housing. It is expected that, if successful, the Director could move to a C-Suite role within 12 to 18 months.

Director of Social Programming-Assisted Living, Northbridge Companies (9/2022)
Develop, assess and evaluate activity program to meet the needs of a diverse assisted living population. Arrange daily options for residents including routine activities, outings, crafts, dances, music, educational classes, seminars and other similar opportunities. Categories include daily exercise, nutrition, intellectual stimulation, arts and sciences, travelogues, outings, spiritual development and residents’ individual history and experiences. Will have community oversight in meeting all state regulations regarding all social programming (Independent Living, Assisted Living and Avita Memory Care).

Resident Services Coordinator, Rogerson Communities (9/2022)
This role welcomes new residents (and establishes contact with existing residents); assists and supports residents with accessing local services and resources; provides individual case management for residents; and develops and maintains referral partnership relationships with local service resource agencies that effectively assist residents to achieve their opportunities and objectives in life. Positions available in Roxbury and Roslindale. $1,000 sign-on bonus.

Director of Business Development, CareScout (9/2022)
CareScout is seeking an experienced, self-motivated, outgoing, and creative sales professional to drive sales results for our direct and intermediary channels by driving engagement with the CareScout brand and our innovative customer solutions. As a director of new business, your role is key in creating new customers and maintaining or increasing market share with current customers. This role is ideal for a person who thrives by taking on unique business challenges and enjoys contributing directly to the bottom line of the business. Remote or in-office in Waltham.

Memory Care Manager, 2Life Communities (9/2022)
Support the needs of and focus activities for a diverse population of older adults that includes residents with Alzheimer’s and/or other dementias, individuals on the spectrum, and persons with sensory deficits. Oversee the creation and delivery of interactive programming (1:1 and group) focused 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. This is an in-person, on site position that requires travel across 2Life campuses.

Patient Relations Consultant, CHA PACE (9/2022)
CHA PACE is a Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) at Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA). CHA PACE serves adults 55 years and older with chronic medical and/or mental health difficulties with the goals of achieving the highest level of community independence and preventing nursing home placement. This position serves as a highly visible, energetic champion for identification, management and resolution of patient grievances, service determination requests, and appeals. This position will act as liaison between patients, families, and the organization in acknowledging and responding to concerns and requests in a compassionate and supportive manner.

Home Care Case Manager, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (9/2022)
SCES helps older people and people living with disabilities remain safe and independent in their own homes by providing a wide range of supportive services, as well as information and advice. Case managers assess older adults for eligibility for programs; identify unmet needs; arrange for, coordinate and monitor services to meet those needs; and advocate with other agencies on behalf of the older adult. This is a great starting-off point for anyone who wants to enter the aging field! We offer a hybrid work model, flexible schedules (many employees have a 4-day work week), good benefits, generous time off – and a great culture with staff who are mission-driven and dedicated to the clients we serve (who are also wonderful!).

Healthy Living Workshop Leaders, Minuteman Senior Services (9/2022)
Volunteer position, stipend offered. Co-lead multi-session healthy living workshops, in person and remotely. Evidence-based classes on various topics are designed to reduce fall risk, provide support for caregivers, or improve self-care with chronic disease.

Supportive Living Coordinator and AFC Community Health Nurse, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (9/2022)
The Supportive Living Coordinator is responsible for managing State Home Care and Supportive Housing program services for residents of a local Supportive Housing site, along with State Home Care clients in the local community. The AFC Community Health Nurse plays a critical role in the program’s mission of ensuring that elders and individuals with disabilities are able to live in a supportive family setting that fosters the best quality of life for themselves and their caregivers. SCES is recruiting for RNs for the Community Health Nurse position, but will consider LPNs at a different salary range. Both positions involve work during normal business hours, with no weekend, holiday or on-call coverage. Travel reimbursement is provided, with the opportunity to do some work remotely. 

On-Call Manager, BAYADA Home Health Care (9/2022)
The On Call Manager position will work from home for the BAYADA office in Charlestown (although training will be onsite). The Manager is responsible for coordinating home health care services during non-business hours for clients, scheduling staff members, problem-solving difficult calls, and coordinating clinical issues with the on-call nurse.

Executive Director, Massachusetts Councils on Aging (9/2022)
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, charismatic, and dynamic leader. The new Executive Director will be charged with executing a recently approved strategic plan and guiding MCOA through a progressive evaluation of organizational health and strength. Reporting to a volunteer elected Board of Directors, the next leader will position themselves to maintain and develop many relationships throughout various robust networks.

Grants Coordinator, Ethos (8/2022)
The Grants Coordinator works with the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Development & Community Relations Officer and other staff to identify and successfully apply for grant money, and to manage the lifecycles of Ethos’ grant funding including: tracking, acknowledgement, relationship development, reporting, contracting, and re-application (as applicable). The Grants Coordinator is responsible for maintaining Ethos’ grants management system in Salesforce, researching new funding opportunities, writing program-specific proposals, collaborating with agency leadership to identify new/emergent funding needs/priorities. The Grants Coordinator also researches corporations and individuals that have high net worth and/or capacity to make substantial donations to Ethos and supports the CDCRO and CEO in follow up as needed. The Grants Coordinator contributes written content to Ethos marketing including the website, social media platforms and newsletters.

LTSS Clinical Assessor – Bilingual (Russian, Spanish, or Mandarin), CareBridge (8/2022)
The CareBridge Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Clinical Assessor, working under the guidance of an Occupational Therapist, collaborates with Managed Care Organizations to support persons aging in place receiving home and community based services. The LTSS Clinical Assessor performs telephonic and/or virtual assessments to identify participants’ needs including consideration of health history, functional abilities, environmental safety, and social support and provides recommendations to MCOs for type and hours of supportive services required.

Digital Organizing Manager, Caring Across Generations, 8/2022
Caring Across Generations is a national campaign working to make care more affordable and accessible at every stage of life, while making sure caregivers are treated with respect and dignity. The Digital Organizing Manager’s role is to advance caregiver activation and engagement through direct communication with our digital tools and creating evergreen and timely digital content. This is a full-time remote position with a $75K-$80K salary.

Director, Services for Older Adults, JF&CS, 8/2022
The Services for Older Adults (SOA) Division Director will guide the work of a 60-person team while managing a budget of approximately $4.5 million. The role of the Division Director is multi-faceted, combining strategic vision, program development, staff management, fundraising, and operational and fiscal responsibility. The Division Director will provide overall leadership for current service delivery and will pursue new opportunities to expand our impact, effectiveness, and scale. They will also oversee a team of staff who are committed to collaboration, innovation, and growth.

Support Group Facilitator and Education Specialist, Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JF&CS), 8/2022
This is a wonderful counseling and community outreach job where you can provide support and use your interest and knowledge of Jewish traditions. You will facilitate support groups related to bereavement and caregiving, provide community education, and develop programs. You will collaborate with JF&CS colleagues and community organizations around design and delivery of services.

Mental Health and Wellness Engagement Manager, JF&CS, 8/2022
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.

Researcher – The Joint Committee on Elder Affairs, The Massachusetts House of Representatives (8/2022)
The Researcher performs research related to matters that come before the Committee. They interact with legislators, administrative officials, and stakeholders to support Committee legislative priorities. They are responsible for research, communication, general administration and other duties as assigned. Reports to the Chair of the Committee and at the discretion of the Chair, to the Staff Director or Research Director. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, with priority given to those who submit prior to Friday, August 30th.

Bilingual and Home Care Case Manager positions, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (8/2022)
SCES helps older people and people living with disabilities remain safe and independent in their own homes by providing a wide range of supportive services, as well as information and advice. Case managers assess older adults for eligibility for programs; identify unmet needs; arrange for, coordinate and monitor services to meet those needs; and advocate with other agencies on behalf of the older adult. This is a great starting-off point for anyone who wants to enter the aging field! We offer a hybrid work model, flexible schedules (many employees have a 4-day work week), good benefits, generous time off – and a great culture with staff who are mission-driven and dedicated to the clients we serve (who are also wonderful!).

Senior Care Assistant and Elder Companion roles, Seniors Helping Seniors Of Greater Boston & Metrowest (8/2022)
Under our mission-driven business model of peers-helping-peers, we provide older adults an employment opportunity to give back by helping socially-isolated seniors in Greater Boston communities stay engaged. Services provided include: companionship, shopping/errands, light housekeeping/household tasks, transportation, activities, meal prep, and more. Experience is not required and paid training is provided.

Physical Therapist – Outpatient, Hebrew SeniorLife (8/2022)
Organize and conduct physical therapy programs to facilitate rehabilitation. Direct client participation in selected tasks to restore, reinforce, and enhance performance. Facilitate the learning of those skills and functions essential for promoting independence and productivity, in order to diminish or correct pathology. Direct activities to promote and maintain health. Member and partner of the patient care delivery team.

Clinical Social Worker, CHA PACE (8/2022)
CHA PACE is a Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) at Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA). CHA PACE serves adults 55 years and older with chronic medical and/or mental health difficulties with the goals of achieving the highest level of community independence and preventing nursing home placement. The PACE social worker is a critical part of the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) that care for our participants’ emotional, social, mental health and well-being. The social worker provides care to a caseload of diverse older adults and their families/caregivers in a variety of settings including, the PACE Day Health Center, participant’s homes, and care facilities.

Medical Escort Coordinator, FriendshipWorks (8/2022)
Medical Escorts is a “door-through-door” service where volunteers accompany elders
to medical appointments, providing personalized support before, during, and after
the visit. While the program does not provide transportation, volunteers accompany
elders on their visits throughout Boston and Brookline. The program recruits both
English and Spanish-speaking volunteers. The Medical Escort Coordinator is responsible both for the day-to-day management of the program (e.g. filling requests for escorts, conducting intakes, training/supporting volunteers, supervising interns) as well as longer-term strategic planning and action (e.g. designing projects to grow the program, engaging in targeted outreach).

Bilingual (Spanish-English) Coordinator, FriendshipWorks (8/2022)
FriendshipWorks’ mission is to reduce social isolation, enhance quality of life and
preserve the dignity of elders in Boston and Brookline. We accomplish this mission by
recruiting and training volunteers of all ages, faiths, and backgrounds who provide
friendship, advocacy, education, assistance, and emotional support to isolated older
adults. The Friendly Visiting Coordinator is a full-time position. The position is responsible
for all aspects of the Friendly Visiting program, primarily in assigned Boston
neighborhoods (e.g. Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, downtown and East Boston). In
addition, this position will share responsibility for the matching and support of
Spanish-speaking older adults throughout FriendshipWorks’ service area.

Bilingual Coordinator – Spanish/English (FT), Friendshipworks, (5/2022)

The bilingual Friendly Visiting Coordinator is a full-time position, responsible for all aspects of the Friendly Visiting program, primarily in assigned Boston neighborhoods. In addition, this position will share responsibility for the matching and support of Spanish-speaking older adults throughout FriendshipWorks’ service area. 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. This position normally spends 2-3 days downtown, with the rest of the time spent in assigned neighborhoods. Currently, the position is hybrid of working in person and remote. While travel can occur on public transportation, access to a car can be helpful but not required. Occasional evenings and weekends may be required.

Care Support Coordinator, FirstLight Home Care of West Suburban Boston, (4/2022)

The Care Support Coordinator is a vital, new role at FirstLight Home Care of West Suburban Boston and Boston Back-Bay. This full-time position helps ensure continuity of care and the highest quality care, by visiting our devoted staff of professional caregivers while they are working in the homes of our clients. When not visiting clients, this hybrid role will manage a small caseload and help to implement and maintain schedules for clients and caregivers . Providing one-on-one, in-person support and guidance to caregivers will be a key piece of this position. This opportunity is perfect for someone with an OTA, PTA, Social Work or Nursing background.

Social Worker, PT (Roslindale), Hebrew SeniorLife, (4/2022)

Provide social work services to patients of the Hebrew Rehabilitation Center that include individual counseling and family support. The social worker will be an integral part of the floor team and will collaborate with the nurse manager to identify patient and family priorities and identify specific plans of care. The social worker will also support staff as needed when managing challenging situations so to benefit patient care. The social worker will support patient-centered care initiatives and work closely with the floor teams to create a home like environment.

Program Director (PT), Encore Boston Network, (3/2022)

Encore Boston Network (EBN) is a Boston-based nonprofit organization with a mission to inspire and assist people over 50 to make a difference through work, service, or social action. Our network includes individuals, practitioners, advocates and organizations (including nonprofit, for-profit, government and academic). This part-time role will develop programming, build partnerships, promote events and member engagements, and recruit volunteers.

Executive Director, Mass Home Care, 1/2022

MHC is seeking a passionate, mission-driven Executive Director to lead the work of our organization focused in 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.

 

 

 

Association (Mass-ALFA)

Multiple Positions Through MA Adult Day Services Association (MADSA)

Job listings through the MA Association of Councils on Aging

Various positions at Ethos in Jamaica Plain