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Clinical Coordinator

Hiring Company: Trinity Boston Counseling Center (TBCC) in collaboration with the Department of Youth Services (DYS)
Location: Boston, MA and Dorchester, MA

Job Description

PROGRAM SUMMARY:
The Boston Juvenile Re-Entry Initiative Team (Re-Entry Team) engages 20-30 youth who have been identified by law enforcement and DYS to be youth in need of intensive supervision and support. Because of the level of risk involved for these young people, the Re-entry Team works to achieve a safe and successful reintegration back into the community. The Re-Entry Team is committed to and has demonstrated an ability to reduce recidivism rates in comparison to the rest of the metro region. This is achieved through providing wrap-around services that focus on education, skill-building, family support and re-unification.

ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND:
Trinity Boston Foundation is committed to changing the odds for Boston youth. The Trinity Boston Counseling Center (TBCC) is a program of the Foundation that is providing both youth and families with a safe place to share their struggle. Since 2003, TBCC has been providing clinical services to DYS youth in re-entry in the form of: individual counseling, group work, clinical consulting and support to both the Re-Entry team and the Roxbury District Office.

In addition to professional clinical services, TBCC provides a strong support system and valuable network for our clinicians. In addition to serving DYS youth, we partner with organizations such as City Year and Fenway High School while also maintaining a healthy individual counseling practice for the larger Boston community. Our counselors convene at TBCC and benefit from ongoing dialogue generated by the work in different focus areas. Additionally, our clinicians feel supported, strengthened, and re-energized by the organization, which ultimately provides a more sustainable context for our work among high-risk and at-risk populations.

POSITION:
For the past seven years, TBCC has maintained a partnership with DYS providing Mental Health counseling and clinical support to the youth and families committed to DYS. In 2008, DYS identified the gap in community mental health services and TBCC began to provide clinical coordination for the Re-Entry Team. Over the past three years, TBCC has maintained a contract to provide clinical support the Re-Entry Team. We are beginning a new 3-year contract and are looking to expand programming to this team. The role of the Clinical Coordinator for Re-Entry is to provide intensive clinical services for the 20-30 youth assigned to the Re-Entry Team. In this next phase of services, from 2011-2014, the Clinical Coordinator will work in partnership with the Clinical Director for the Re-Entry Team to continue to provide trauma-informed services for the youth involved in this program.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Re-Entry

  • Provide individual and/or family services to 6-10 clients assigned through the Re-Entry team. Provide assessment, clinical intervention and care coordination services to clients through all phases of treatment and follow-up.
  • Provide ongoing weekly clinical services at designated Community Re-Entry Centers (Roxbury, North & South Dorchester, Chelsea & Hyde Park); 6-10 clinical hours per week.
  • Provide services to transition clients into the community 90 days prior to scheduled release from custody.
  • Provide crisis management counseling for 20-30 clients receiving services through the Re-Entry Team as workload allows, beginning with the most critical cases. This includes assessment of need for acute treatment services, referral for appropriate follow-up, identification of high-risk behaviors and provision of clinical support.
  • Attend clients' 90, 60, 30-day treatment meetings and discharge meetings; complete progress notes for each session and a discharge summary.
  • Provide monthly summaries for individual clients to Re-Entry caseworkers. Summaries include: dates of service, client strengths and challenges, and an updated treatment plan.

TBCC

  • Participate in TBCC staff meetings, engage in weekly clinical supervision.
  • Provide individual counseling for 3-4 clients referred to the counseling center. This work will take place on-site at TBCC.
  • Remain in compliance with all necessary paperwork for clinical files and billing services.

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Either a current license in the state of Massachusetts to practice as a LICSW or LMHC, or has a PH.D in Clinical Psychology
  • Experience working with adjudicated youth
  • A minimum of 2-3 years experience in trauma-informed clinical practice with youth ages 14-21
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals
  • Knowledge of Boston area social services, substance abuse, mental health and housing agencies
  • Highly organized, flexible and able to work both independently and as part of a team

Contact Information

Email a thoughtful cover letter and resume by Sunday, September 25th 2011. No phone calls, please.


Social Services Advocate (Worcester)

Job Description

The Social Services Advocate in these Public Defender Division offices is an integral member of the criminal defense team. Led by the attorney, the defense team provides zealous criminal defense and advocacy services to indigent defendants who are charged with criminal offenses. The Social Services Advocate works with the attorney, investigator and other team members to prepare a client's case and to obtain the best possible legal outcome for the client. The role includes client bio-psychosocial interviewing and assessment, social history investigation, clinical case management, alternative treatment and sentencing planning, report writing, testifying, and making direct connections between clients and programs. Social services intervention occurs at all stages of the court process, from arraignment through post-conviction.

The Social Services Advocate works under the supervision of the Social Services Advocates Director, with administrative direction provided by the Superior Court office head and District Court director. As part of the defense team, the Social Services Advocate will take direction on a case from the lead attorney and work collaboratively with investigators, secretarial staff, retained experts, law students and other interns. The Social Services Advocate must adhere to the rules of confidentiality under the attorney-client relationship.

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in social work, human services, criminal justice, psychology or related field required; Master's degree in social work, psychology or related field preferred
  • Knowledge of social, psychological, economic, legal and medical factors that influence the behavior
  • Skills in client interviewing, assessment, case management and treatment planning
  • Skills in interacting with persons of various social, racial, cultural, economic and educational backgrounds
  • Knowledge of public and private social services systems and resources
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and persuasively orally and in writing
  • Proven ability to work effectively as part of a team and independently
  • Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends to meet with clients, bring clients to programs, attend meetings, conduct collateral interviews, and handle emergencies
  • Must have insured, reliable and available transportation, and a valid MA driver's license
  • Must have no criminal convictions
  • Knowledge of defense practice, the criminal justice system, and/or corrections is a plus, but not required
  • Bilingual abilities are a plus

Contact Information

Interested candidates can email a written statement of interest and résumé. You may also fax this information to 617.445.7587.

Deadline: Applications should be submitted by September 19, 2011 but may be accepted until the position is filled.

This office is an equal opportunity employer.
The agency actively seeks to diversify its workforce.

Salary Information: Commensurate with experience.


Social Services Advocate (Roxbury)

Hiring Company: Roxbury Superior and District Court Offices

Job Description

The Social Services Advocate in these Public Defender Division offices is an integral member of the criminal defense team. Led by the attorney, the defense team provides zealous criminal defense and advocacy services to indigent defendants who are charged with criminal offenses. The Social Services Advocate works with the attorney, investigator and other team members to prepare a client's case and to obtain the best possible legal outcome for the client. The role includes client bio-psychosocial interviewing and assessment, social history investigation, clinical case management, alternative treatment and sentencing planning, report writing, testifying, and making direct connections between clients and programs. Social services intervention occurs at all stages of the court process, from arraignment through post-conviction.

The Social Services Advocate works under the supervision of the Social Services Advocates Director, with administrative direction provided by the Superior Court office head and District Court director. As part of the defense team, the Social Services Advocate will take direction on a case from the lead attorney and work collaboratively with investigators, secretarial staff, retained experts, law students and other interns. The Social Services Advocate must adhere to the rules of confidentiality under the attorney-client relationship.

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in social work, human services, criminal justice, psychology or related field required; Master's degree in social work, psychology or related field preferred
  • Knowledge of social, psychological, economic, legal and medical factors that influence the behavior
  • Skills in client interviewing, assessment, case management and treatment planning
  • Skills in interacting with persons of various social, racial, cultural, economic and educational backgrounds
  • Knowledge of public and private social services systems and resources
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and persuasively orally and in writing
  • Proven ability to work effectively as part of a team and independently
  • Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends to meet with clients, bring clients to programs, attend meetings, conduct collateral interviews, and handle emergencies
  • Must have insured, reliable and available transportation, and a valid MA driver's license
  • Must have no criminal convictions
  • Knowledge of defense practice, the criminal justice system, and/or corrections is a plus, but not required
  • Bilingual abilities are a plus

Contact Information

Interested candidates can email a written statement of interest and résumé. You may also fax this information to 617.445.7587.

Deadline: Applications should be submitted by September 19, 2011 but may be accepted until the position is filled.

This office is an equal opportunity employer.
The agency actively seeks to diversify its workforce.

Salary Information: Commensurate with experience.


Social Services Advocate (New Bedford)

Hiring Company: New Bedford Superior and District Court Offices

Job Description

The Social Services Advocate in these Public Defender Division offices is an integral member of the criminal defense team. Led by the attorney, the defense team provides zealous criminal defense and advocacy services to indigent defendants who are charged with criminal offenses. The Social Services Advocate works with the attorney, investigator and other team members to prepare a client's case and to obtain the best possible legal outcome for the client. The role includes client bio-psychosocial interviewing and assessment, social history investigation, clinical case management, alternative treatment and sentencing planning, report writing, testifying, and making direct connections between clients and programs. Social services intervention occurs at all stages of the court process, from arraignment through post-conviction.

The Social Services Advocate works under the supervision of the Social Services Advocates Director, with administrative direction provided by the Superior Court office head and District Court director. As part of the defense team, the Social Services Advocate will take direction on a case from the lead attorney and work collaboratively with investigators, secretarial staff, retained experts, law students and other interns. The Social Services Advocate must adhere to the rules of confidentiality under the attorney-client relationship.

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in social work, human services, criminal justice, psychology or related field required; Master's degree in social work, psychology or related field preferred
  • Knowledge of social, psychological, economic, legal and medical factors that influence the behavior
  • Skills in client interviewing, assessment, case management and treatment planning
  • Skills in interacting with persons of various social, racial, cultural, economic and educational backgrounds
  • Knowledge of public and private social services systems and resources
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and persuasively orally and in writing
  • Proven ability to work effectively as part of a team and independently
  • Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends to meet with clients, bring clients to programs, attend meetings, conduct collateral interviews, and handle emergencies
  • Must have insured, reliable and available transportation, and a valid MA driver's license
  • Must have no criminal convictions
  • Knowledge of defense practice, the criminal justice system, and/or corrections is a plus, but not required
  • Bilingual abilities are a plus

Contact Information

Interested candidates can email a written statement of interest and résumé. You may also fax this information to 617.445.7587.

Deadline: Applications should be submitted by September 19, 2011 but may be accepted until the position is filled.

This office is an equal opportunity employer.
The agency actively seeks to diversify its workforce.

Salary Information: Commensurate with experience.


Social Services Advocate (Somerville/Malden)

Hiring Company: Somerville Superior and Malden District Court Offices

Job Description

The Social Services Advocate in these Public Defender Division offices is an integral member of the criminal defense team. Led by the attorney, the defense team provides zealous criminal defense and advocacy services to indigent defendants who are charged with criminal offenses. The Social Services Advocate works with the attorney, investigator and other team members to prepare a client's case and to obtain the best possible legal outcome for the client. The role includes client bio-psychosocial interviewing and assessment, social history investigation, clinical case management, alternative treatment and sentencing planning, report writing, testifying, and making direct connections between clients and programs. Social services intervention occurs at all stages of the court process, from arraignment through post-conviction.

The Social Services Advocate works under the supervision of the Social Services Advocates Director, with administrative direction provided by the Superior Court office head and District Court director. As part of the defense team, the Social Services Advocate will take direction on a case from the lead attorney and work collaboratively with investigators, secretarial staff, retained experts, law students and other interns. The Social Services Advocate must adhere to the rules of confidentiality under the attorney-client relationship.

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in social work, human services, criminal justice, psychology or related field required; Master's degree in social work, psychology or related field preferred
  • Knowledge of social, psychological, economic, legal and medical factors that influence the behavior
  • Skills in client interviewing, assessment, case management and treatment planning
  • Skills in interacting with persons of various social, racial, cultural, economic and educational backgrounds
  • Knowledge of public and private social services systems and resources
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and persuasively orally and in writing
  • Proven ability to work effectively as part of a team and independently
  • Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends to meet with clients, bring clients to programs, attend meetings, conduct collateral interviews, and handle emergencies
  • Must have insured, reliable and available transportation, and a valid MA driver's license
  • Must have no criminal convictions
  • Knowledge of defense practice, the criminal justice system, and/or corrections is a plus, but not required
  • Bilingual abilities are a plus

Contact Information

Interested candidates can email a written statement of interest and résumé. You may also fax this information to 617.445.7587.

Deadline: Applications should be submitted by September 19, 2011 but may be accepted until the position is filled.

This office is an equal opportunity employer.
The agency actively seeks to diversify its workforce.

Salary Information: Commensurate with experience.


Social Services Advocate (Boston, MA)

Hiring Company: Boston Superior and District Court Offices

Job Description

The Social Services Advocate in these Public Defender Division offices is an integral member of the criminal defense team. Led by the attorney, the defense team provides zealous criminal defense and advocacy services to indigent defendants who are charged with criminal offenses. The Social Services Advocate works with the attorney, investigator and other team members to prepare a client's case and to obtain the best possible legal outcome for the client. The role includes client bio-psychosocial interviewing and assessment, social history investigation, clinical case management, alternative treatment and sentencing planning, report writing, testifying, and making direct connections between clients and programs. Social services intervention occurs at all stages of the court process, from arraignment through post-conviction.

The Social Services Advocate works under the supervision of the Social Services Advocates Director, with administrative direction provided by the Superior Court office head and District Court director. As part of the defense team, the Social Services Advocate will take direction on a case from the lead attorney and work collaboratively with investigators, secretarial staff, retained experts, law students and other interns. The Social Services Advocate must adhere to the rules of confidentiality under the attorney-client relationship.

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in social work, human services, criminal justice, psychology or related field required; Master's degree in social work, psychology or related field preferred
  • Knowledge of social, psychological, economic, legal and medical factors that influence the behavior
  • Skills in client interviewing, assessment, case management and treatment planning
  • Skills in interacting with persons of various social, racial, cultural, economic and educational backgrounds
  • Knowledge of public and private social services systems and resources
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and persuasively orally and in writing
  • Proven ability to work effectively as part of a team and independently
  • Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends to meet with clients, bring clients to programs, attend meetings, conduct collateral interviews, and handle emergencies
  • Must have insured, reliable and available transportation, and a valid MA driver's license
  • Must have no criminal convictions
  • Knowledge of defense practice, the criminal justice system, and/or corrections is a plus, but not required
  • Bilingual abilities are a plus

Contact Information

Interested candidates can email a written statement of interest and résumé. You may also fax this information to 617.445.7587.

Deadline: Applications should be submitted by September 19, 2011 but may be accepted until the position is filled.

This office is an equal opportunity employer.
The agency actively seeks to diversify its workforce.

Salary Information: Commensurate with experience.


Graduate Assistant

Hiring Company: BHCC Office of Community Engagement

Job Description

The Office of Community Engagement at Bunker Hill Community College seeks to hire a part-time graduate assistant in the field of social work, education, or student development. Bunker Hill Community College's Office of Community Engagement promotes service learning and civic engagement as a special form of experiential education. Students engage in organized activities designed to enhance their understanding of course content, meet community needs, develop career-related skills, and become responsible citizens.

BHCC is the largest community college in Massachusetts, serving close to 13,000 students on two urban campuses in Charlestown and Chelsea and five satellite locations. Students of color comprise 63% of the population and students hail from 96 countries. The average age of students is 27, 56% are female and 36% are the first in their families to attend college. The majority work full or part time while attending college. Approximately 35% of BHCC students reside in the city of Boston and 81% live within 10 miles of the College's two main campuses.

The Community Projects Program Assistant will take the lead in implementing the Community Engagement Office's co-curricular Service Months program. Service Months offer themed monthly volunteer opportunities that provide a fun and accessible way for BHCC students, faculty and staff to participate in the local community as volunteers. In 2010-2011, the Office sponsored 35 Service Month events involving 347 students in 1,020 hours of community service. The Community Projects Program Assistant will organize 60 Service Month events in 2011-2012, with the goal of involving 500 students in direct service to the local community. The Community Projects Program Assistant will also work to deepen students' community engagement experiences through developing and delivering a series of trainings and materials that will enable students to make the most of their community experiences.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Service Months Program:
    • Schedule, organize, recruit, and assess all aspects of Service Months program
    • Collaborate with Student Organizers (student office workers) in leading events
    • Expand program to reach 60 events, outreach and partner with 10 new CBOs
    • Create feedback surveys for participating student and community partners
    • Travel out of office to community sites with students outside of the 9-5pm working schedule and on weekends
  • Student Development Resource Making:
  • Develop student-centered resource materials and trainings using a variety of platforms for students participating in internships, service learning classes, and co-curricular volunteer activities
  • Design and deliver trainings and materials on topics such as including preparing for community experiences, benefits of community experiences, reflecting on community experiences, reflecting on social justice issues, connecting experiences to career and academic goals, and building networks
  • Use a variety of delivery platforms, including group discussions, short online videos, and print materials
  • Advise students in community opportunities (career development internships and service opportunities)

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Graduate Student in Education, Social Work, Student Development and/or Non-profit management
  • Working background knowledge of experiential education theories and pedagogies of service learning, internships, learning communities, and strength based advising
  • Strong interest in working with multicultural, multi-generational, non-traditional, International, and ELL students in a college setting
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Flexible, independent worker with strong initiative and good sense of humor
  • Desire to work with and mentor students in fulfilling personal, academic and professional goals
  • Interest in working with new media technologies preferred

Contact Information

Questions and to apply, please email cover letter and resume to Meghan Callaghan, Coordinator of Community Engagement and Student Volunteerism.

Salary Information: Funds available for 20 hours/week ($15/hour) for 40 weeks of the academic year


Youth Programs Coordinator

Hiring Company: The Welcome Project
Location: Somerville, MA

Job Description

The Youth Programs Coordinator oversees The Welcome Project's Youth Aspirations Programs, which focus on helping youth from immigrant families in Somerville identify and achieve their goals. The primary program is the Liaison Interpreter Program of Somerville (LIPS), which trains bilingual high school students in professional language interpretation skills, who then practice their interpretation at community meetings. LIPS helps build the leadership of these youth to encourage active participation of immigrants in the community. The Coordinator works closely with professional interpretation trainers and supports the youth as they develop their interpretation skills and leadership. The Coordinator also supervises interns and volunteers to lead the Mystic Wizards/Homework Help Club, our First Generation to College Initiative, a Parents Leadership Group, and a summer Digital Storytelling Program.

Contact Information

Please sent a resume and cover letter to Rachael Plitch, or contact her by phone at 617.678.7119.


Inclusion Initiative Grants Manager

Hiring Company: Third Sector New England
Location: Boston, MA

Job Description

The grants manager will work under the supervision of the program director and will assist in coordinating, planning, implementation, evaluation and enhancement of the Inclusion Initiative. The manager will work in partnership with the program team, grantees and other stakeholders overseeing activities of the Inclusion Initiative grantee organizations. This role requires diversity and inclusion expertise gained from years of work in the diversity field and experience in diversity consulting.

For more information on the position, essential job functions, qualifications and the application process, visit the TSNE website.

Contact Information

We strongly encourage online applications, and you can also apply though the mail.


Clinical Program Manager

Hiring Company: Friends of the Children - Boston
Location: Boston, MA

Job Description

Organization: Friends of the Children-Boston (Friends-Boston) is a revolutionary mentoring organization committed to supporting, developing, and fostering high academic achievement and strong character development of children from at-risk and underserved communities to avoid cycles of poverty, abuse or violence and become successful members of society. Friends-Boston provides children (Achievers) who are impacted by significant risk factors with a Mentor for twelve years, beginning in first grade and continuing through high school graduation. Our ultimate goal is that every Achiever will graduate from high school and continue on to college.

Job Description Summary: The Clinical Program Manager (CPM) is responsible for managing a dual caseload, consisting of both children/youth enrolled in the program and Mentors (social work interns). As a "master" Mentor to Achievers and Mentors, the CPM ensures that the necessary life, home and school supports are available to help every Achiever graduate high school and attend college. This dual matching establishes a multi-layered mentoring approach focused on Achiever/family support. The CPM works collaboratively with other members of the team and reports directly to the Director of Programs.

Job responsibilities

  • Achiever Support
    • Develop positive relationships with Achievers and their Caregivers through frequent communication and home visits
    • Know the needs and strengths of each Achiever served
    • Develop knowledge of academic performance and social/emotional proficiencies for each Achiever
    • Utilize knowledge of Achievers' assets and deficits to set appropriate and realistic goals
    • Provide "supportive efforts" (community-based resources and services) and referrals to Achievers and their Caregivers to ensure positive outcomes and to work towards prevention
    • Manage Achievers' behaviors based on Collaborative Problem Solving to build skills necessary
    • Maintain up to date electronic file for each Achiever
    • Responsible for conducting social/emotional and needs assessments and collecting academic data from schools
    • Provide transportation for Achievers as needed
  • Mentor Support and Supervision
    • Recruit, provide orientation, ongoing training and professional development to Mentors
    • Supervise and manage Mentors
    • Develop and sustain productive and supportive relationships with each Mentor through regular communication
    • Provide weekly clinical individual supervision to all Mentors on caseload
    • Provide weekly clinical group supervision to identified group of Mentors
    • Manage the performance and support the learning goals of Mentors, including conducting midyear and end of year evaluations
    • Provide continuous constructive feedback and coaching as necessary, and manage any areas of performance improvement
    • Provide weekly clinical consultation as member of "Achiever Support Team" and emergency clinical consultation to Mentors as needed
    • Work with team of CPMs to develop the program and remain on the cutting edge of grassroots social work practices
    • Manage relationships with Schools of Social Work in the Boston area
    • Read and offer clinical feedback on several process recordings each week
  • Data/Evaluation Management
    • Use Efforts to Outcomes (ETO), an online evaluation program, to document and maintain all case notes and regularly analyze Achievers progress towards goals to inform and modify service plans
    • Ensure on-time completion and submission of Achiever assessments, goal reviews, weekly service plan logs (case notes), academic data, and other evaluation materials
    • Ensure accurate submission of Mentor time sheets and expense reports
  • Organization Development
    • Serve as primary contact with each Mentor's Field Advisor
    • Serve as primary contact with the teacher at each of the schools attended by Achievers
    • Ensure all Achievers enrolled in a Buddy's Program are present and able to attend those designated sessions
    • Maintain ongoing communication with all Family Friends (donor matching program) matched with Achievers, including planned outings and community service events
    • Participate in and supervise participation of Achievers and Mentors in Friends-Boston events
    • Commit to a team-based mindset
    • Commit to the organization's integrated approach of both social work and community service ethics
    • Participate in Field Phone System to ensure Achiever and Mentor accountability
  • Additional Responsibilities
    • Manage special projects as assigned
    • Other administrative responsibilities as assigned
    • Some nights and weekends required

Requirements/Qualifications

  • LICSW
  • Clinical supervisory experience required
  • Completion of a New England Consortium (NECON) of Field Education Directors- approved "Seminar in Field Instruction" preferred
  • Previous experience working with children and families
  • School-based experience preferred
  • Spanish and Creole language skills a plus

Contact Information

Interested candidates, please send your resume and cover letter to Julie Sayles, Director of Programs.


Care Manager

Hiring Company: Ethos
Location: Jamaica Plain, MA

Job Description

Ethos is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting independence, dignity and well-being among the elderly and disabled through quality, affordable and culturally-appropriate home and community-based care.

Ethos is looking for someone to conduct personal interviews to assess client needs; coordinate services with providers; act as an advocate for clients obtaining government and other services; provide short-term crisis management support and provide ongoing care management to clients. Monday — Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.

Duties

  • Maintain an ongoing caseload of clients.
    1. Conduct initial assessment of needs via personal interview and reassess at least every 6 months.
    2. Develop a care plan and coordinate services with provider(s) and informal/formal supports.
    3. Provide short-term support and intervention.
    4. Act as an advocate for clients in areas such as Social Security, Medicare, SSI, Medicaid, housing, legal services, fuel assistance, etc. Assist client in coordination of these services as necessary.
  • Maintain current information relating to each case.
    1. Keep files up-to-date including progress notes.
    2. Maintain all forms in compliance with regulations.
    3. Complete authorizations, re authorizations and changes in the service plan.
    4. Record and maintain statistical data.
    5. Maintain appeals forms, notifying client of any changes in care plan.

Requirements/Qualifications

  1. Ability to speak Haitian-Creole or Spanish a Plus!
  2. Bachelor's degree in human services, social work, psychology, counseling, nursing or related field required.
  3. Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills. Sensitivity to elder issues.
  4. Intermediate computer literacy and word processing skills required.

Contact Information

Submit resume and cover letter via mail, fax or email.
Ethos
Attn: Human Resources Director
555 Amory Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Email: ethos_hr@yahoo.com
Fax: 617-524-2899

Salary Information: $37,070 or more depending on experience for a 35 hour work week.

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