RESIDENTIAL COUNSELORS - ALL SHIFTS
Part-time staff and additional relief staff to cover all shifts.
Part-time position (20 hours) to provide administrative support to the Development Office. The Development Assistant plays an integral role in the Development Office by creating and maintaining a congenial and productive office environment and infrastructure for fundraising efforts. As part of the Development Team, the Assistant provides vital support in all phases of donor identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. Responsibilities include gift entry and acknowledgement; database maintenance; general development/office work; broad foundation research; drafting, editing and proof reading marketing materials, grant proposals, press releases, solicitation appeals, and correspondence; assisting with special event details; and assisting in the production and distribution of communications, social media campaigns and special mailings. The Assistant will be a highly motivated self-starter, well-organized, capable of building internal and external relations, with at least 3 years of professional experience demonstrating progressive fundraising responsibility and results. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Full-time position within our Intensive Group Home Program; work as part of a team with six other Clinical Care Managers to provide clinical and care coordination services to youth; provide individual and family therapy; facilitate psychoeducational groups; develop behavior support plans with family and staff; crisis support in the milieu; chair Individual Treatment Plan meetings; provide consultation for program staff. Flexible hours required including one early evening. MSW/MA in clinical area with 2 to 3 years direct clinical experience; licensed or license-eligible required.
Full-time position in multi-disciplinary treatment team to provide specialty occupational therapy and individualized therapeutic services for children and youth with varied psychiatric, behavioral, and emotional disorders and learning disabilities; work collaboratively with inter-disciplinary team to facilitate diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, life skills training, sensory integration and other related services. Minimum BS in Occupational Therapy required with Massachusetts licensure/certification, 2 to 3 years previous related experience with children and adolescents required.
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