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Dennis--Part-Time Assistant Outreach Coordinator
The Town of Dennis seeks a part-time (18 hr. /wk.) Assistant Outreach Coordinator. The Assistant Outreach Coordinator works under the general supervision of the COA Director. This positon is responsible for assisting seniors with information, referrals and coordination of services with the COA and other agencies to improve quality of life and assist them to remain safe in the community. This position is also responsible for the Day Tripper Program.
Associate’s Degree in human services, social work or nursing with one to three years related work experience; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience with provides required knowledge, skills and ability to perform the essential job functions. Must have a valid Motor Vehicle Driver’s License and pass a CORI clearance.
Hourly salary is $19.35.
For additional information and to apply for this position log onto the Town’s website at www.town.dennis.ma.us and click on “Employment Opportunities”, complete on line application and attach cover letter and resume, by March 3, 2017.
The Town of Dennis is an AA/EOE.
This key position primarily consists of every aspect related to ensuring successful programs and activities for patrons at the Townsend Senior Center. This will also include planning, development and administering activities; editorial responsibilities in connection with all aspects of the production and distribution of the monthly newsletter; marketing and development work to further the Center's mission, and other related work as required.
Watertown--Part-Time Food Pantry Coordinator
The Town of Watertown seeks a Food Pantry Coordinator to manage the Town’s program providing local families with food and information about social services resources, as well as other work as required.
Reporting to the Director of Senior Services, the qualified candidate will oversee the operations of the Watertown Food Pantry, including but not limited to recruitment, training, supervision and coordination of food pantry volunteers, ordering and restocking of food pantry items, cost and quality control, coordination of food distribution for patrons and food delivery for homebound recipients, community outreach, monthly statistics and reporting, assistance with appropriate grant proposals and donation solicitations. In addition, the Food Pantry Coordinator will be able to interview pantry visitors, assess their needs and make confidential referrals to other programs as needed.
The Town of Seekonk seeks qualified applicants for the Assistant Director of Human Services. The Assistant Director works collaboratively with health insurance (Medicare and Medicaid) and coordinates care for a specific population whose needs represent high clinical, behavioral, and social risk in order to ensure quality of life and cost effective care. Under supervision of the Director, the Assistant Director will be responsible for the Outreach Office including all outreach activities, friendly visitor, and telephone reassurance program. The Assistant Director will also have a weekly meeting with the Outreach staff to go over current cases and updates. The Assistant Director will ensure that all clinical needs are attained. The Assistant Director will act as Director in the absence of the Director. Bachelor’s degree required; three years’ experience in direct services; computer literacy with Windows based programs; excellent customer service; strong interpersonal skills; strong organizational skills; SHINE certification upon job acceptance; Commonwealth of Massachusetts Social Worker license preferred. Cover letter, resume and town application to Shawn Cadime, Town Administrator, 100 Peck Street, Seekonk, MA 02771. Applications accepted until filled. AA/EEO. Salary $48,821.82
Minuteman Senior Services--Care Manager
Position Summary: Reporting to a Care Management Supervisor and as a member of an interdisciplinary team, the Care Manager has responsibilities for maintaining a caseload of elderly and disabled adult consumers including determining home care programs eligibility, conducting home visits, assessing consumer needs, developing service plans, and maintaining consumer records. The Care Manager is also responsible for maintaining information relating to each case in accordance with EOEA (Executive Office of Elder Affairs) and program documentation standards. Care Managers may also assist in the implementation of the Comprehensive Screening and Service Model (CSSM) in conjunction with agency RN’s and Nursing Homes.
Minuteman Senior Services--Protective Services Supervisor
Job Summary: The Protective Services Supervisor provides oversight and guidance to Protective Service Workers who provide intervention for elderly clients facing abuse, neglect by a caregiver, financial exploitation or self-neglect and assists with the overall management of the Protective Services program. This position reports to the Protective Services Program Manager.
Marshfield--Part-time Program and Activities Coordinator
Posting Date: February 2, 2017
Position Title: Part-time Program and Activities Coordinator Council on Aging
Work Hours: Eighteen (18) Hours Per Week
Wages: Hourly Rate, $16.00 per hour
Responsible for assisting the Director with planning, organizing and implementation of all activities, programs and events at the senior center. Develop and execute new programs for the benefit of the senior center. Ability to perform physical work including lifting of chairs and tables for events and setting up audiovisual equipment. Responsible for completion of computer data entry to track program attendance, responsible for newsletter submissions and creating flyers and other publications. Must be willing to work collaboratively with employees and volunteer committees to develop special events.
Posting Closes: Friday, February 17, 2017
Submittal Requirements: Please submit cover letter and resume to Town of Marshfield, Human Resources Department, 870 Moraine Street, Marshfield, MA 02050 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cambridge--Information and Referral Specialist
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide social services for clients of the Council on Aging, including triaging participants who request assistance; providing intake, information and referral; benefits counseling; and some case management services.
The Town of Hingham is seeking a Benefits Coordinator responsible for a variety of clerical duties in the administration of health/dental/life benefits for Town employees and retirees. Work includes administering benefits, coordinating payroll deductions, coordinating open enrollment and benefits fair, and performing a variety of clerical support for the Town Accountant's office.
The Town of Holliston is seeking a full time Director for its well established twenty-five year-old Senior Center. The Director works with the Council on Aging to identify and provide for needs of citizens age 55 or older; helps recruit, train, supervise and encourage paid and volunteer staff; responsible for daily operation and function of the senior center; prepares and submits required paperwork including reports, budgets, and grant requests; functions as liaison to the community and state and federal agencies. Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field; ability to foster warm, friendly, flexible atmosphere. Information available at www.townofholliston.us. Compensation starts at $54,493 to $62,000, Grade M-4, with a competitive benefits package. . Please e-mail your application and resume to Andrea Minihan at email@example.com by February 21, 2017.
The Town of Holliston is an EOE/AA.
Full-time 37.5 hrs/week, M5 Range $53,096 - $55,241
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Programs Manager assesses the needs of the older adult population and develops and implements programs defined to meet those needs. Plans, schedules and advertises programs and special events. Supervises four staff and many volunteers. Evaluates programs and presenters. Develops and edits monthly newsletter. Contributes to website design and social media presence.
See Town of Framingham website for complete job description and how to apply.
Concord--Geriatric and Public Health Nurse
The Town of Concord seeks a Geriatric and Public Health nurse to perform clinical and administrative work in health maintenance and promotion, disease prevention, emergency preparedness and health education. Position based at the Concord Council on Aging. Requires RN and minimum of 3 years gerontology and public or community health experience. This is a benefits eligible position. Salary $25 - $30 hour depending on experience. 32 hours per week preferred – exact schedule to be determined with successful candidate. Application Deadline: Open until Filled. For application instructions and further information, visit www.concordma.gov/jobs or contact the Human Resources Department at the Concord Town House at 978-318-3025.