Home Care RN
Reporting to the Nurse Supervisor, the Homecare Nurse will participate as an integral member of the Homecare team which, along with Care Managers and other related personnel, is responsible for assessing and/or authorizing services to be delivered by long term care agencies with the aim of promoting coordination and cooperation in the formation of cost effective and quality service plans. A Bachelor’s (BS) Degree in Nursing or an Associates’ (AS) Degree in Nursing with at least one (1) year of clinical experience and/or nursing in a community or long term care setting or a Diploma RN with two (2) additional years of community-based nursing experience or long term care direct service experience required.
Reporting to the Director of PCA & Community Programs, the Skills Trainer is responsible to instruct consumers on all aspects of the MassHealth PCA program and assess consumers ability to manage program independently under the direction of the Director of PCA & Community Programs.
PCA Program Nurse
Reporting to the Director of PCA & Community Programs is responsible for evaluating consumers eligibility for programs with primary focus on the MassHealth PCA program. Assess consumer’s ability to manage program independently and coordinate PCA program under the direction of the Director of PCA & Community Programs.
Supportive Living Coordinator
Reporting to the Home Care Program Manager, the Supportive Living Coordinator is responsible for identifying residents’ needs. The Coordinator will develop, coordinate and follow-up on a service plan or goals based on the assessment completed. The Coordinator will respond to requests for information and provide counseling regarding community-based services and supports
Report to the Senior Care Options Manager, the GSSC is responsible for coordinating support services as part of the Senior Care Options Primary Care Team. The GSSC’s basic function is to assist eligible elderly persons to obtain services which will enhance their quality of life and allow them to live as independently as possible with dignity and respect.
Meals on Wheels Driver/ Department: Elderly Nutrition ProgramReporting to the Transportation Coordinator, the Meals on Wheels Driver is responsible for the delivery of meals to seniors in the greater New Bedford area. Keep delivery route sheet accurate and up to date. Identify meal components and understand client diet information. Keeping vehicle clean and fueled. Collecting and turning in, to the office, funds from home delivered meals clients using anonymous envelope system. Maintain a warm, patient and resourceful personality towards seniors while displaying and understanding and sympathetic attitude. Notify office if client doesn’t answer door or if any problems are discovered. Must be in reasonably good health and physically fit, as duties require going in and out of homes, climbing stairs, etc. Must have ability to pass written sanitation certificate exam, as required. Attend in service training outside of regularly scheduled hours. Inform transportation coordinator of mechanical problems with delivery truck. May be required to perform other duties as required Car and Massachusetts’s driver’s license and good driving record are required. Must be sensitive to the needs of the elderly and alert to changes in seniors health, attitude and general wellbeing. Must be able to read, speak and write English.
Qualified Candidates, please send cover letter and resume to
Attention: Human Resources
1646 Purchase Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
We are an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender, national origin, veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.