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Seeking a temporary, part-time individual for role of Site Coordinator. The Site Coordinator is responsible for managing the recruitment, orientation and training activities process for Foster Grandparent volunteers in Boston, Quincy and /or Eastern Middlesex area. This individual will monitor, evaluate and conduct site visits of Foster Grandparent sites to ensure quality services are delivered effectively, serve as a liaison between sites and volunteers working with young children, and assist Program Manager and or Program Director with special projects as needed.
Posting for a 1-year, remote available, position. The Innovation Director will support the National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC) in our work to catalyze the public and private sector, including regulatory bodies, to develop innovative services and supports for family caregivers. This role will focus on three primary areas: (1) identifying opportunities for internal, cross-collaboration between NAC’s research, advocacy, and special projects workstreams; (2) identifying formal opportunities to align external interests between sectors; and (3) project management for NAC’s special projects. Please apply through LinkedIn.
Embodied Labs is an award-winning immersive training company developing virtual reality (VR) experiences that allow people to embody the perspective of others. To date, Embodied Labs has produced 6 full length immersive experiences focused on key issues in the lives of older adults, their families, and those that serve them, including Alzheimers’ Disease, Lewy-Body Dementia, Macular Degeneration, End of Life Decisions, LGBTQ Issues, and most recently, Social Isolation. The Learning Design Specialist will be directly responsible for the design of our immersive content learning objectives, and will work collaboratively with our immersive production team to establish the most effective, engaging ways to present them.
Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley & North Shore is looking for an effective communicator who is passionate about supporting the health and independence of older people and wants their career to make an impact! The Development and Grants Specialist will support strategy, revenue generation, and legislative affairs at a large and dynamic human services organization. They’ll be based in the ESMV-NS offices, but we anticipate significant telework/work from home.
This role is split between the CESI locations in Arlington, MA and Burlington, MA. The Program Director is responsible for oversight of program operations; providing leadership to and management of all staff in assigned sites to ensure that services required by participants are provided and documented as regulated. This includes Program Coordinators, Program Aides, Services Coordinators, and Nurses. The Program Director is also responsible for agency-wide initiatives and projects, including quality assurance and process improvement.
The Friendly Visiting Coordinator is a full-time position and will cover Roxbury, Dorchester and another Boston neighborhood. The position is responsible for all aspects of the Friendly Visiting program in assigned neighborhoods, including 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.
The purpose of this position is to perform social services and administrative functions for the Town’s residents. The CSL refers services and resources that allow residents to live well. The candidate will use tools and resources to encourage participation in activities and to reach people in need. The CSL will work with other departments to support a good quality of life for elders, caregivers, and those in need. The CSL will perform all other related work as required.
We are a private Care Management and Home Care practice working with elders, adult disabled and mental health clients, seeking a highly motivated and skilled Social Worker. The candidate would have both clinical and administrative responsibilities. We are looking to hire a caring and experienced clinician, who is looking to work with a dynamic Care Management practice.
The Nutrition Advocacy & Planning Director is responsible for managing and overseeing senior nutrition program, which includes program and fiscal monitoring. Incumbent will work collaboratively with community and government partners to promote best practices for the nutrition services program and elevate elder nutrition issues.
The three-town Senior Center Consortium (Ashfield, Buckland & Shelburne) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Senior Center Director to administer programs, seek and manage grant funds, and oversee vital components of the Center, which include social services, transportation, recreation, outreach, and connection to outside services. Manages staff (and accounts), works with the Councils on Aging, Senior Center Foundation, the Expansion Committee, Select boards, LifePath Meal Site Program, Franklin Regional Transit Authority and numerous volunteers.
The Town of Rowley is seeking a Council on Aging Director to oversee and manage a wide spectrum of programs and services for the Town’s seniors. The position is responsible for implementing, managing and supervising all areas of COA operations, including facility management, activities and trips, outreach, contract administration, transportation services, grant writing, fiscal management, health and wellness clinics, and senior tax credit program. Position supervises department staff and volunteers and works under the direction of the Council on Aging Board.
Collaborative Outreach Coordinator is sought to join the passionate and progressive Council on Aging Team. This department is comprised of the following staff members: a Director, an Administrative Assistant (Transportation Coordinator), an Office Assistant (Administrative Volunteer Coordinator), an Outreach Coordinator, two Office Support Coordinators, nine Van Drivers, and a plethora of volunteers.
Reporting to the Director of Nutrition Services, the Meals on Wheels Driver is responsible for ensuring that nutritious meals are timely delivered to consumers and building relationships with elder and adult disabled consumers to ensure they are well and safe.
The Client Care Coordinator is a vital position at FirstLight Home Care of West Suburban Boston and will be the primary point of contact for clients, families and potential caregivers; therefore, strong communication and interpersonal skills are essential qualities in order to be successful in this role. The Client Care Coordinator will be responsible for the coordination and scheduling of services between clients and caregivers, including the implementation of schedules and ensuring continuity of care to best meet the needs of our clients.