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Manager, Managed Care Programs, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (11/2023)
The Managed Care Programs Manager Director is critical in fulfilling and advancing SCES’s mission of delivering exceptional care and community-based support to our clients and communities so that our clients can live independently and with dignity in the setting of their choice for as long as possible. They serve as a key liaison between health insurance plans and healthcare providers to ensure that members receive high-touch coordination of care through a person-centered approach tailored to meet the needs of the beneficiaries living in the communities served. The Managed Care Programs Manager ensures that all contractual, regulatory, quality, and utilization requirements are met in accordance with federal and state requirements for all managed care contracts and identifies opportunities for growth and optimization. They find solutions to complex problems and are committed to eliminating silos within the department and providing leadership and guidance to our diverse managed care and transitions of care teams to promote advocacy and health equity for all members served.
Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (11/2023)
The Marketing and Communications Coordinator is critical in fulfilling and advancing SCES’s mission of delivering exceptional care and community-based support to our clients and communities so that our clients can live independently and with dignity in the setting of their choice for as long as possible. They provide brand management support and assist with implementing marketing, public relations, advertising, and promotional strategies for the organization that enhance SCES’s reputation and promote positive relationships with government officials, public policymakers, state agencies, payers, donors, and other key stakeholders. Able to execute high-quality work under tight deadlines, with strong attention to detail and minimal supervision.
Friendly Visiting Coordinator – Bilingual, FriendshipWorks (11/2023)
The Friendly Visiting Coordinator is a full-time position responsible for all aspects of the Friendly Visiting program in assigned Boston neighborhoods. In addition, this position will help support the matching of Spanish-speaking older adults throughout FriendshipWorks’ service area. Primary responsibilities include outreach, volunteer screening, matching, home visits, and reporting. The Coordinator also does community engagement and outreach in support of the friendly visiting program. This position spends two days downtown, with the rest of the time spent in assigned neighborhoods (with some remote work possible). While travel can occur on public transportation, access to a car can be helpful but not required. An occasional evening and weekend may be required.
Money Management Rep Payee & Outreach Manager, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (11/2023)
The Money Management Program (MMP) Representative Payee & Outreach Manager is responsible for promoting and growing MMP; representing MMP in the community and at the state level; convening the MMP advisory council; and facilitating volunteer training and client support. In addition, the MMP manager is responsible for overseeing and managing all aspects of the Rep Payee program, which assumes legal authority to write and sign checks for clients who need this assistance. This role necessitates excellent interpersonal skills, as the MMP Manager must foster and maintain relationships with referral sources, both internal and external. This position is 35 hours per week.
Community Transition Liaison, Springwell (11/2023)
Springwell is adding a new program! Come be a Liaison to help individuals of all ages transition from Long-Term Care facilities to community living situations! A Community Transitions Program Liaison visits with skilled nursing facility residents to introduce program and increase awareness of services; identifies individuals appropriate for the program based upon a resident’s desire to transition to a community living environment; facilitates person-centered planning and needs assessments through interdisciplinary team meetings; and acts as an onsite point of contact for residents, families, skilled nursing facility staff, and all other parties involved with a resident’s care for transitions to the community.
Housing Care Coordinator, Springwell (11/2023)
Our Housing program brings care coordination into public and private housing sites for older adults and people with disabilities. The Care Coordinator provides regularly scheduled office hours in assigned housing sites to provide consultation and assistance for all residents of the building. They offer resource information and programming to the residents. The Care Coordinator also conducts comprehensive in-home assessments with older adults, helps determine needs and eligibility for government subsidized services, creates care plans and coordinates services. The Care Coordinator communicates and collaborates with housing management staff and community professionals. Our ideal candidate will have a strong desire to work with older adults and individuals with disabilities, excellent organizational skills and be able manage constant change with a positive attitude.
(part time) Member Services & Volunteer Manager, Newton At Home (11/2023)
Newton at Home is a non-profit, community-based, membership organization and a member of the Village to Village network. Our mission is to help older Newton residents remain in their homes with our supportive network of services and programs. Newton at Home seeks a part-time Member Services & Volunteer Manager to support the organization’s continued and expansive growth. The new Member Services & Volunteer Manager will report to the Executive Director and collaborate with five part-time staff and numerous volunteers. This is currently a part-time position (approximately 24 hours a week) that could grow into a full-time position to include other core duties for the right professional.
Constituent Services Manager, Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs (11/2023)
The Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA) is dedicated to ensuring the 1.7 million older adults and their caregivers in the Commonwealth have the resources they need to live and thrive in the community of their choice. EOEA is recruiting for a Constituent Services Manager who will be responsible for assisting older adults and their caregivers with the resolution of problems, questions, and concerns, as well as coordinating inquiries with state and federal agencies, the legislature, and other elected offices. To be successful in this role, you must be engaging, detail-oriented, collaborative, and empathetic, with excellent communication skills and an eye for detail.
Communications Intern, Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs (11/2023)
EOEA is seeking a paid Communications Intern to begin in January 2024 at the start of the Spring ‘24 semester. The ideal Communications Intern will help with the day-to-day duties of EOEA’s Communications Team. This intern will report to the Communications & Outreach Manager and assist in creating eye-catching marketing materials, such as social media posts and program flyers. The Communications Intern will also be involved in any ongoing paid awareness campaigns and will have the opportunity to learn about ad campaigns, target audiences, and report metrics. Additionally, as part of EOEA’s ongoing commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), the agency is in the process of ensuring all public-facing materials are available in multiple languages. The Communications Intern will assist in this transition as needed to make the office more accessible for all adults. NOTE: applicants do not need to speak multiple languages, the agency utilizes a translation service.
Social Worker, Hebrew SeniorLife (10/2023)
The Social Worker for Center Communities of Brookline independent living provides emotional support for residents and their families through their aging process with the goal of supporting their best life. This position will be a split position. 50% will be billable clinical time through a service agreement with the Brookline Center for Mental Health (BCMH) in and 50% in a non-billable resident supportive service role.
Resident Services Coordinator, Hebrew SeniorLife (10/2023)
Hebrew SeniorLife (HSL) provides enhanced housing with services to seniors living in affordable housing locations, and at partner housing locations, with the goal of improving quality of life and supporting independent living. This role is located at one of four Brookline Housing Authority locations in the Coolidge Corner neighborhood of Brookline. At its core, enhanced housing with services is a proactive approach wherein resident services staff regularly and actively reach out to each individual resident to engage with them around their health and wellness, identify areas of need/risk and provide intensive, individualized support as needed and desired by the resident.
Director of Community Life, Hebrew SeniorLife (10/2023)
The Director of Community Life works to ensure the successful and smooth delivery of programs and resident services across Center Communities of Brookline (CCB). The Director of Community Life creates, implements, and upholds administrative policies, procedures, and rules that conform to HUD and local housing authority guidelines and best practices, and serves as an integral part of an interdisciplinary team made up of (but not limited to) the property management and social services departments. Additional areas of supervisory responsibility include: Fitness, Transportation, Resident Service Coordination, Dining Services and the On-boarding/Welcoming process and related activities.
Nurse Care Manager (Revere and Medford), Hebrew SeniorLife (10/2023)
Amazing opportunity for nurses to serve independent living seniors in one location: their apartment buildings! HSL provides enhanced housing with services to seniors living in its three affordable housing locations, and at partner housing sites, with the goal of improving quality of life and supporting independent living. In this role you would work with independent living residents in Revere and Medford, regularly and actively checking in on residents to engage with them around their health and wellness, identify areas of need/risk and provide intensive, individualized case management and support as needed and desired by the resident.
(remote) Communications Associate, Justice in Aging (10/2023)
Justice in Aging seeks an individual with at least 1-2 years of experience in non-profit communications to join our Communications Team remotely. The ideal candidate would have a strong interest in social justice, equity, and the needs of low-income older adults. This individual will provide general support to the Communications Team including coordinating and
organizing communications output across platforms, assisting the Director of Digital Engagement with social media community management, assisting with website updates, captioning our webinar recordings, and creating and editing content for social media and email. This individual will work with other members of the team to set up a tracking system for Justice in Aging reports, webinars, and other digital content, and will be responsible for maintaining that system. The Communications Associate will report to the Managing Director of Communications and Individual Giving and be an integral part of an eight-member Communications and Development team.
Director of Affordable Housing Management, Rogerson Communities (10/2023)
The Director of Affordable Housing Management will have direct management and oversight of assigned properties (approximately 400 units). This position will ensure compliance with regulatory programs and preparation for agency inspections; monitor turnover time, vacancies and delinquencies at each site; maintain constructive working relationships with owners, sponsors, financial institutions, and monitoring agencies; and more. The Director must show sensitivity and understanding regarding the needs of elder and disabled persons, and have demonstrated expertise in management of senior housing and/or related facilities and services, including responsibility for community and public relations; administrative, financial and facility management.
Regional Memory Care Specialist, Benchmark Senior Living (10/2023)
The Memory Care Specialist works in partnership with the Corporate Director of Memory Care to establish and maintain consistent, effective, and evidence-based memory care programs and standards across Benchmark communities. The Specialist focus is within all components of memory care: behavioral expressions, programming, dining, and environmental aspects. The Memory Care Specialist has the responsibility to advise and support the implementation and/or sustainability of each community’s memory care program. They are responsible for innovation and implementation of processes and procedures to enhance memory care in assigned communities. In addition, they will assist communities to recruit, hire, train and on-board the Mind and Memory Care Directors (“MMD”). They are also responsible for providing support, education, and oversight of assigned communities to ensure compliance with regulatory and Benchmark memory care and programming standards. Communities will be located in northern Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
Director of Planning & Grantmaking, Age Strong Commission, City of Boston (10/2023)
The Director of Planning and Grantmaking is responsible for assessing community needs and service gaps, program planning, funding prioritization, strategic partnership development, and capacity-building across Boston’s aging services network. This is a great leadership role for someone who is passionate about aging, likes strategic planning and operationalization, and wants to contribute positively to a committed team. Boston residency is required (any of the 23+ neighborhoods).
Volunteer Coordinator, FriendshipWorks (10/2023)
This is a new position whose primary responsibilities are to support volunteer recruitment and engagement, and to lead the development of education and/or resources to support volunteers in our programs. About 85-90% of the time will be focused on these functions and working with program staff. The other 10% of the time focused on the recruitment of volunteers for other areas of the agency, supporting volunteers in our agency events, connecting communication staff to our volunteers, and working with program and development staff on recruitment of volunteers at targeted workplaces.
Director of Operations, Care Coordinate (10/2023)
Care Coordinate is seeking an experienced Director of Operations to join our growing team. At Care Coordinate, we are committed to providing older adults and people with disabilities with equitable access to home- and community-based services and supports through a network of aging services organizations. The right person for this exciting opportunity will have at least five (5) years of managed care experience in contract analysis, strategic planning, and project management. To apply, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Transition Liaison, Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (10/2023)
The Community Transition Liaison (CTL) supports the dignity and independence of skilled nursing facility (SNF) residents who wish to transition from an institutional to a community setting. As a member of the agency’s new Community Transitions Liaison Program (CTLP), the CTL serves as a key player in leading and facilitating successful transition planning by advocating, educating, and identifying options and resources to support resident goals and overcome barriers to discharge. The CTL will serve as an onsite point of contact for SNF staff, residents, and their support system and will work closely with SNF and agency staff to identify residents who may benefit from working with the CTL.
Caregiver/Companion for Elders, CMK Home Care, LLC (10/2023)
CMK Home Care is renowned for its 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.