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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.
Development Operations Manager, Literations (8/2022)
Literations improves the literacy skills of young children through grade three by engaging professionally trained older adult volunteers as literacy coaches in our partner schools and after-school programs. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Operations Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day coordination of all Development team and fundraising activities. They will work closely with the Executive Director and Institutional Relations Coordinator to create comprehensive strategies for all aspects of Literations’ annual development plan. This includes planning innovative programs, events, and appeals to ensure goals are met. Literations is entering a period of strategic growth to which this position will be integral.
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.
Mental Health and Aging Education and Training Manager, JF&CS (7/2022)
This is a wonderful opportunity for a mental health provider looking for a rich experience that involves work at the individual, group, and organizational level. You will use a prevention lens to impact older individuals, groups and aging service provider organizations looking for practical ways to improve behavioral health.
The Mental Health and Aging Education and Training Manager is housed in Services for Older Adults and delivers education, training, consultation, and engagement activities (for providers and older adults) focused on promoting mental health and wellness. This position is a key contributor within the Services for Older Adults division as well as a resource within JF&CS around mental health planning and services.
The Clinical Social Worker is a member of PACE Interdisciplinary Team who assesses and provides for the behavioral health and psychosocial needs of PACE participants. They provide regular home based assessments, individual counseling and referral to community resources as needed.
The Program Assistant for the Volunteer, Youth and Community Engagement will reside primarily in Roslindale, but will support this HSL-wide department. A majority of the work will be administrative in nature (database and calendar management, email and logistics coordination), but the role will also include hands on work with volunteers and seniors. The Program Assistant will support the training of new volunteers and will help communicate with and celebrate a growing community of volunteers.
Mystic Valley Elder Services promotes the health and independence of older adults, adults living with disabilities, and caregivers residing in urban and suburban communities north of Boston, including Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Medford, Melrose, North Reading, Reading, Revere, Stoneham, Wakefield and Winthrop. The Marketing and Outreach Coordinator will execute marketing and outreach activities including but not limited to updating the website, managing social media accounts, drafting outreach materials, and assisting with the implementation of organizational communication strategies.
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.
This is a wonderful opportunity for a mental health provider looking for a rich experience that involves work at the individual, group, and organizational level. You will use a prevention lens to impact older individuals, groups and aging service provider organizations looking for practical ways to improve behavioral health. You will develop and deliver education, training, consultation, and engagement activities (for providers and older adults) focused on promoting mental health and wellness. You will work with a team of colleagues who are addressing the social determinants of mental health. Your contribution will complement these services with psychosocial groups, therapeutic arts and community education.
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.
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.
The Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) is seeking a mission-driven and dynamic individual to fill the Frail Elder waiver (FEW) Senior Care Options (SCO) Liaison position. The Home and Community Based-Services Frail Elder Waiver Program (FEW or Waiver) specifically helps Massachusetts residents who are MassHealth Standard eligible and require nursing home level care to receive health care and ongoing support services in their homes or community living residences to prevent or delay nursing home placement. The successful candidate must possess program management experience and be able to communicate clearly conveying and articulating information in writing and orally in a clear and meaningful manner to EOEA managers, senior staff and providers. The FEW SCO Liaison is a member of the Home Care Unit and responsible for engaging in programmatic activities, responding to providers and working in a collaborative setting across Health and Human Services agencies.
This is a fun and rewarding part-time contract role ($40/hour) to host and create evening and weekend events on Zoom for members of our virtual private community of seniors. Our mission is to decrease loneliness and increase social wellness. We need someone versatile, outgoing and good at generating ideas and bringing them to life! You might host a game night, do a movie discussion, host a social event on a weekend or whatever better ideas you may have! Our entire company is virtual and we can hire for this position from anywhere within the U.S.
The Protective Services Supervisor provides regular administrative and clinical supervision to Protective Services Workers who are conducting investigations of abuse, caregiver-neglect, self-neglect and financial exploitation of individuals age 60 and older. The supervisor will meet with workers at least weekly to review investigations, provide direction and ensure that workers are making steady progress on cases. Other responsibilities include reviewing new reports for possible investigation, assisting in training new staff, community outreach and reviewing records for quality and compliance.
Beacon Hill Village (BHV) is a non-profit, membership organization (incorporated by State legislation in 2001) serving older adults (median age-78). The mission of Beacon Hill Village (www.beaconhillvillage.org) is to enable our members to remain in their homes and in multi-generational neighborhoods by providing programs and needed services. Beacon Hill Village seeks an Executive Director to work closely and collaborate with the Board of Directors, its many committees and affinity groups and individual members. The Executive Director will promote the effectiveness of BHV as a member-driven grassroots organization.
The Options Counseling program is a critical component of the Commonwealth’s Community First initiative to empower and support people with disabilities and older adults to live with dignity and independence in the community by expanding, strengthening, and integrating systems of community-based long-term supports that are person centered, high in quality and provide optimal choice. The Options and Transitions Program Manager is responsible for coordinating and scheduling staff and programs to provide: a seamless transition for consumers between settings, information on available options in the community, and resources to promote healthy aging. The Options and Transitions Program Manager is also the Aging and Disability Resource Consortia (ADRC) Coordinator for AgeSpan.
The Director of Health & Wellness Services leads the Wellness team to fulfill the organization’s mission, vision and values. This position has overall accountability for providing leadership, direction, and administration of day-to-day operations associated with the health and wellness of Independent Living residents, including continuous improvement of nursing services and staff to meet residents and their families’ needs and expectations. This position is responsible for driving, supporting and modeling a service-oriented culture focused on inter-professional collaboration, employee engagement, quality, service excellence, and the overall resident experience. The Director collaborates with the Lasell Village management team to drive business excellence, including strategic planning, budget preparation, and effective oversight of resource utilization.
The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for overseeing all operations and business activities to ensure they produce desired financial viability and are consistent with the overall strategy and mission of the continuing care retirement community. The ED facilitates budget creation and management while monitoring the property’s fiscal performance with monthly dashboards and reports. The ED is responsible for building census and patient base through comprehensive planning and networking. The ED assures compliance with all applicable regulatory agency requirements. Individual must strive to lead a cohesive senior management team in a supportive and collegial environment while challenging them to achieve high level of performance accountability.
AGEIST is an impact company, breaking the stereotypes of how people our age are and can live. We present aspirational, inspirational, and attainable stories along with a 360 ecosystem of the world of how to live your best life at this age. The director works closely with the founder, editorial, and design to help bring solutions to our brand partners. The Director of Partnerships will be responsible for finding and managing partners, defining objectives and timelines, establishing repeatable data-driven practices, and overseeing programs that drive meaningful revenues and retention.
The Therapeutic Recreation Director is responsible for producing a varied program that meets the psychosocial needs of the residents with dementia, enhances self-esteem, promotes positive emotion and contributes to their overall quality of life. The primary responsibility of the Therapetic Recreation Program Director is to coordinate program development, management and oversight of all expressive therapists, recreational and event programs. The Therapeutic Recreation Program Director assumes the major responsibility for the creation, coordination and implementation of all aspects of the therapeutic and recreational programs within the Assisted Living residence.
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.
The Town of Groton’s Council on Aging Department is seeking qualified and dedicated applicants for a 32 hour/week Outreach Coordinator and a 5 hour/week Van Dispatch for the COA Transportation Program. One person will be hired to fulfill both roles. The pay range is $24.15 to $29.98 based on experience. This is a professional position, requiring a thorough understanding of the Groton COA’s mission, programs and activities, and an ability to engage clients with a welcoming and open demeanor. This position requires an Associate’s Degree in social science or related field, Bachelor’s Degree preferred; one (1) to three (3) years of experience in community-based social services, preferably with the elderly. Thorough knowledge of the federal and state services and local resources available to the elderly. Knowledge of federal and state regulations pertaining to programs for the elderly. Knowledge of grant writing techniques. Knowledge of counseling to the elderly. Ability to develop effective and constructive working relationships with the elderly, service providers, and the general public.
We are seeking an curious, energetic, and motivated Communications and Development Manager to improve LBFE’s communications and marketing strategies and support fundraising efforts. The Communications and Development Manager will collaborate closely with the Executive Director, Development and Communications Committees, and Program Team. LBFE Boston builds communities that span generations and cultures to prevent and relieve isolation and loneliness. We bring younger and older adults together through weekly intergenerational programs to create lasting friendships, improve quality of life, and challenge ageism.
The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College was created in 1998 through a grant from the Social Security Administration (SSA) to promote research on retirement issues and transmit the findings to policy makers, the research community, and the public. The Center is seeking a Ph.D. Economist to study issues related to retirement and aging, such as labor and public economics; household finance; and health policy for the older population. Specifically, the Research Economist will develop grant proposals, produce academic papers and other written products, and mentor junior researchers. The Research Economist will also be involved in identifying opportunities to attract research funding from government, corporate, and foundation sources.
The Resident Programs Coordinator supports the Community Life team in the creation and operationalization of vibrant programming throughout Cove based on “what matters most” to each resident. Through demonstrated exceptional customer service, keen attention to detail and a passion for providing innovative service, the Resident Programs Coordinator serves as the foundation for providing vibrant programming to residents throughout the Orchard Cove community.
The Technology Coordinator is responsible for designing and implementing organizational technology practices for the Age Strong Commission’s interdisciplinary units and its community partners. This includes providing technical support, virtual event moderation, and resolving on-going technical issues. The Technology Coordinator will work closely with senior management and the City of Boston’s Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT) to identify and develop strategic opportunities that will help promote technology access for the Age Strong Commission staff and the older adults we serve.
Through hands-on experience, Client Services Associates at BAYADA learn all aspects of managing and growing a caseload and recruiting staff in order to become a Client Services Manager. Responsibilities: Focused on assisting the manager in delivering and coordinating client services, you’ll help lead field staff in providing quality home care while increasing your office’s caseload through long-term relationship building with clients, referral sources, payors and community organizations. Sharing responsibility for your team, you’ll develop communicative relationships with them while managing scheduling and maintain effective fiscal management by monitoring metrics (gross margin, overtime, unfilled hours, etc.).
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the Senior Director of Program Development, is responsible for identifying, developing, and implementing innovative programs and services for individuals across the age span. They will be responsible for the successful development of new social service programs. This position also works closely with the agency’s grant writer to identify grants and develop proposals to support new and current program initiatives. Must be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW); LICSW preferred.
The Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) is seeking a mission-driven and motivated individual to fill the Home Care Provider Coordinator position. This role supports critical aspects of the agency’s mission by ensuring access to the quality resources older adults, persons with disabilities, and their caregivers need to live well and thrive in every community in the Commonwealth.
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.
The position is responsible for all aspects of the Friendly Visiting program in Cambridge and Somerville (60% time), as well as in the Boston neighborhoods (40% time) of Charlestown, West End, South Boston, and North End. Primary responsibilities include outreach, volunteer recruitment and screening, matching, home visits, reporting, and relationship management with our partner in Cambridge/Somerville. Please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and put FV Coordinator in the subject line.
The Manager of Membership and Communications works to engender and support positive relationships with GIA’s key stakeholders and audiences, including members, prospective members, the larger organized philanthropic sector, the aging network, policymakers, and the public. The Manager will help develop and execute a broad range of programmatic and communications strategies to deepen member engagement, build a stronger brand identity, and elevate aging as an investment priority. Interested candidates should send their cover letter and resume to Alice Daniels at the email address info@GIAging.org by February 18, 2022.
Develop and submit to the Executive Director a comprehensive plan that will provide expressive therapy programs, recreational, and spiritual programs for the program participants that will be innovative and imaginative on a monthly basis. The RPD will directly oversee the recreation/event coordinator in planning inside activities and outings for the residents, including all contract entertainment and exercise services. The RPD will directly supervise all expressive therapy staff, recreation staff, and any other programs and related personnel.