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.
Meals on Wheels Driver/ Department: Elderly Nutrition Program: Reporting 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.
Receptionist/Home Care Secretary: Reporting to the Assistant Director of Home Care, the full-time receptionist shall be responsible for accepting and dispatching all in-coming calls and shall assist in the flow of everyday office procedures. Experience in operating a multi-line telephone system, computers and various type of office equipment, as well as perform other required secretarial duties. Must possess excellent organizational skills and the ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Preferably fluent in Spanish and/or Portuguese. High School diploma or equivalent training and experience required.
Home Care Supervisor: Reporting to the Home Care Manager, the Home Care Supervisor will provide support to the Home Care Management team. The Home Care Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the provision of services to Coastline’s consumers; approve and monitor service plans; ensure regulations and goals are being met-accurately and efficiently; provide professional development to staff through supervision and training. Ensure Executive of Elder Affairs guidelines are completed accurately and timely. Knowledge of procedures and practices relating to benefits and services available to the elder population, caregivers and individuals with disabilities. Supervisory and Care Management experience preferred; ability to be flexible and work in a fast-paced environment and excellent computer skills. Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Gerontology, Psychology, Sociology or related field; Social work license (LSW or higher) preferred.
Case Manager: Reporting to the Home Care Manager, the Care Manager within the framework of the Home Care Regulations is responsible for assessing and identifying client’s needs and strengths. Develops, coordinates, and follows up on a service plan based on such assessment. The Care Manager achieves the goal of working with the total person by developing an ongoing helping relationship. The Care Manager maintains accurate and up-to-date consumer files and promotes personal and professional development through supervision and training opportunities. In addition, the Care Manager may be assigned other duties including special projects which are reasonable and related to Home Care goals and caseworker job functions. Previous work experience in human services, or training in the field of gerontology required. Communication skills; ability to write concise, professional, problem-oriented narratives required, as well as ability to advocate for others. Fluency in English and Portuguese preferred. Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university, preferably social services.
Qualified Candidates, please send cover letter and resume to
Attention: Human Resources
1646 Purchase Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
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