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Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)
PowerBack Rehabilitation
location-iconWakefield MA

Job DescriptionFULL TIME POSITIONGenesis Rehab Services is a leading provider of Physical, Occupational, Speech and Respiratory Therapy for older adults in skilled nursing facilities, independent and assisted living communities, CCRCs, Transitional Care Units, patients' homes, hospitals, adult day care programs and outpatient clinics throughout the US.Genesis Rehab Services is now hiring an Occupational Therapy Assistant to provide rehabilitation services in one or more of our service locations!The Occupational Therapy Assistant implements occupational therapy programs and provides occupational therapy treatments to patients to facilitate increased independence and functioning, under the supervision of an Occupational Therapist.Primary Job Responsibilities:1. Implements patient's individualized treatment plan as established by the primary Occupational Therapist2. Works with other members of the rehabilitation team to develop programs consistent with the needs and capabilities of each patient3. Instructs patients, families and other caregivers in the skills and techniques of the occupational therapy treatment program under the supervision of the Occupational TherapistWe strive to provide our employees with a comprehensive and affordable benefits package including Medical and Prescription Drug, Dental, Vision Care, Wellness Program, Telemedicine Program, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Account, Company-Paid Group Life Insurance, Voluntary Term Life Insurance and Short-Term Disability, Group Auto and Homeowners Insurance, Pet Insurance, 401(k) Savings Plan, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Commuter Benefits, Modified Compensation (Mod Comp) or pay in lieu of benefits, and Planned Time-Off (vacation, personal, sick, and state sick). Such benefits, as well as bonus and variable compensation plans, are based on applicable state law and factors such as pay classification (full-time, part-time, or casual), job grade, location, and length of service.Visit our website for more information www.genesisrehab.com.OTA1PandoLogic. Keywords: Occupational Therapist Assistant, Location: Wakefield, MA - 01880

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Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)
PowerBack Rehabilitation
location-iconPeabody MA

Job DescriptionGenesis Rehab Services is a leading provider of Physical, Occupational, Speech and Respiratory Therapy for older adults in skilled nursing facilities, independent and assisted living communities, CCRCs, Transitional Care Units, patients' homes, hospitals, adult day care programs and outpatient clinics throughout the US.Genesis Rehab Services is now hiring an Occupational Therapy Assistant to provide rehabilitation services in one or more of our service locations!The Occupational Therapy Assistant implements occupational therapy programs and provides occupational therapy treatments to patients to facilitate increased independence and functioning, under the supervision of an Occupational Therapist.Primary Job Responsibilities:1. Implements patient's individualized treatment plan as established by the primary Occupational Therapist2. Works with other members of the rehabilitation team to develop programs consistent with the needs and capabilities of each patient3. Instructs patients, families and other caregivers in the skills and techniques of the occupational therapy treatment program under the supervision of the Occupational TherapistWe strive to provide our employees with a comprehensive and affordable benefits package including Medical and Prescription Drug, Dental, Vision Care, Wellness Program, Telemedicine Program, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Account, Company-Paid Group Life Insurance, Voluntary Term Life Insurance and Short-Term Disability, Group Auto and Homeowners Insurance, Pet Insurance, 401(k) Savings Plan, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Commuter Benefits, Modified Compensation (Mod Comp) or pay in lieu of benefits, and Planned Time-Off (vacation, personal, sick, and state sick). Such benefits, as well as bonus and variable compensation plans, are based on applicable state law and factors such as pay classification (full-time, part-time, or casual), job grade, location, and length of service.Visit our website for more information www.genesisrehab.com.OTA1PandoLogic. Keywords: Occupational Therapist Assistant, Location: Peabody, MA - 01960

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Social Worker - Manchester, NH
UnitedHealth Group
location-iconQuincy MA

 $5K SIGN-ON BONUS FOR EXTERNAL CANDIDATESLandmark Health, part of the Optum and UnitedHealth Group family of businesses, was created to transform how healthcare is delivered to the most medically vulnerable members in our community. Our medical group provides home-based medical care primarily to geriatric patients that are medically complex and chronically ill, many of whom are ill-equipped to navigate our overwhelming healthcare system.At Landmark, our interdisciplinary teams collaboratively manage our complex patient panels. These teams are led by Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants, with supporting care provided by RN Nurse Care Managers, Social Workers, Pharmacists, Behavioral Health Clinician, and other team members.Position SummaryThe primary role of the Social Worker (SW) is to assess the psychosocial needs of members and provide solution-focused care coordination to address issues that impede their ability to adhere to their medical care plan.  The SW is an active member of the Interdisciplinary care team (IDT). Prioritize completing the psychosocial assessment and care plans in-person to better understand a patient’s needs, after this initial home visit; patient follow up is routinely done via video or telephonically with clinical discretion regarding any additional visits that should be completed in-person.You will plan and manage your daily schedule to provide high quality care that is patient-centered and timely. This Monday-Friday role will be based; both in the field and your home office, with no on-call, evenings, or weekends.Primary Responsibilities: Facilitating serious illness / goals of care discussion with the patient and family Conducting an assessment of the patient’s and family’s strengths and needs; this may be done in the home, telephonically and or video Developing collaborative care plan goals with the patient and family and/ or caregivers and IDT members Connecting patient and/ or patient’s family/ caregiver to appropriate community resources and supports Providing solution focused case management Providing brief therapeutic interventions to patient and family Utilizing motivational interviewing (MI) and other psychotherapeutic techniques to elicit behavior change Promoting patient and family self-management strategies Enhancing connectivity between patients and members of the interdisciplinary team Navigating community resources and developing community partnerships to improve access to care and ease of systems navigationYou’ll be rewarded and recognized for your performance in an environment that will challenge you and give you clear direction on what it takes to succeed in your role as well as provide development for other roles you may be interested in.To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Master’s Degree (MSW) in Social Work Meet all  New Hampshire state certification and licensing requirements 3+ years of social work experience (internship not included) 2+ years of social work experience in a healthcare setting Excellent communication skills and knowledge of accessing community resources Access to reliable transportation; if you are driving a vehicle, you must comply with all the terms of the Landmark Motor Vehicle Safety Policy Full COVID-19 vaccination is an essential job function of this role. Candidates located in states that mandate COVID-19 booster doses must also comply with those state requirements. UnitedHealth Group will adhere to all federal, state and local regulations as well as all client requirements and will obtain necessary proof of vaccination, and boosters when applicable, prior to employment to ensure compliance. Candidates must be able to perform all essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodationPreferred Qualifications: Palliative and/or hospice care experience Experience in delivering home-care or field case managementPhysical Demands:Below are the physical requirements which are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Regular requirement to sit; use hands to touch, handle or feel. Regular requirement to talk and listen. Occasional requirement to stand; walk and reach with hands and arms Occasional requirement to lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.  Vision abilities include close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.  Ability to travel frequently by plane or carWork Environment:Below is a description of the work environment that the employee will encounter while performing the essential functions of the job.   Initial high frequency visits to patient residences followed by as needed visits during market implementations Will require regular travel to patient residences and non-home-based market offices Noise level is usually moderateTo protect the health and safety of our workforce, patients and communities we serve, UnitedHealth Group and its affiliate companies require all employees to disclose COVID-19 vaccination status prior to beginning employment. In addition, some roles and locations require full COVID-19 vaccination, including boosters, as an essential job function. UnitedHealth Group adheres to all federal, state and local COVID-19 vaccination regulations as well as all client COVID-19 vaccination requirements and will obtain the necessary information from candidates prior to employment to ensure compliance. Candidates must be able to perform all essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodation. Failure to meet the vaccination requirement may result in rescission of an employment offer or termination of employment.Careers with Optum. Here's the idea. We built an entire organization around one giant objective; make health care work better for everyone. So when it comes to how we use the world's large accumulation of health-related information, or guide health and lifestyle choices or manage pharmacy benefits for millions, our first goal is to leap beyond the status quo and uncover new ways to serve. Optum, part of the UnitedHealth Group family of businesses, brings together some of the greatest minds and most advanced ideas on where health care has to go in order to reach its fullest potential. For you, that means working on high performance teams against sophisticated challenges that matter. Optum, incredible ideas in one incredible company and a singular opportunity to do your life's best work.(sm)*All Telecommuters will be required to adhere to UnitedHealth Group’s Telecommuter Policy.Diversity creates a healthier atmosphere: UnitedHealth Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.UnitedHealth Group is a drug-free workplace. Candidates are required to pass a drug test before beginning employment.

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Early Intervention Service Coordinator - Counselor - Early Intervention
Bay Cove
location-iconBoston MA

Mission Statement:  Bay Cove Human Services partners with people to overcome challenges and realize personal potential.Job Summary:Provide evidence-based services to children and their families through home visiting, evaluation, and/or groups in keeping with our mission. This is an exempt position.Essential Functions of Position:Provides therapeutic intervention with children and their caregivers as needed on assigned cases.Provides service coordination of assigned cases, including home visits, crisis management, collateral contacts, and transition planning. Facilitates developmental assessments on all assigned cases and participates in assessments of children assigned to other team members, including doing the written reports of such assessments.Provides group leadership as assigned (parent and /or child groups), including planning, setup, cleanup and playroom maintenance with co-leaders.Maintains written case records in accordance with QA requirements.Attends all necessary meetings (such as IEP planning meetings) prior to child’s transition out of the program.Has knowledge of and adheres to DPH service and billing guidelines. Provides direct service units sufficient to meet 100% of productivity requirements.Attends supervision, management and staff meetings regularly.Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.Requirements for the positionProfessional Characteristics:Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively with a culturally diverse population of clients, other care providers, family, community members and state agency representatives.Ability to work collaboratively as a member of multidisciplinary and cross-functional teams.Has demonstrated professional documentation and communication skills, as well as demonstrated organizational skills.Ability to negotiate and resolve differences.Ability to function under pressure in a fast-paced human service environment.Ability to be flexible, open and responsive to ongoing industry changes.Ability to articulate and communicate Bay Cove's mission and strategic direction in a consistent and enthusiastic manner to departmental staff.Ability to identify opportunities and obstacles and develop effective, creative solutions to pursue opportunities. Physical RequirementsAbility to go up and down stairs and lift at least 40 lbs. Other Qualifications:An acceptable CORI, SORI and Background records check (for involvement with DCF).Master’s degree in Education, Counseling or Clinical Psychology, Mental Health Counseling, or Social Work (with LCSW), or Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, Early Childhood Education, Special Education, or related human service field. A COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement of the position. One COVID-19 shot is acceptable, contingent on the individual receiving the second shot within the allotted time frame. Required TrainingTraining TopicTimeline for completionDate scheduledWhat time? Where? With Whom?Re-certification needed Recertification dateOrientationProgram Specific Orientation1st weeksBC Orientation 1st 2 monthsDPH Orientation to EI1st 6 monthsn/aBasic Clinical SkillsInfant and Toddler First Aid (if a group leader)1st 3 months Every 2 yearsCPR (if a group leader)1st 3 months Every yearInfectious Diseasesat sign onEvery year

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Early Intervention Service Coordinator - Teacher MA/MS - Early Intervention
Bay Cove
location-iconBoston MA

Mission Statement:  Bay Cove Human Services partners with people to overcome challenges and realize personal potential.Job Summary:Provide evidence-based services to children and their families through home visiting, evaluation, and/or groups in keeping with our mission. This is an exempt position.Essential Functions of Position:Provides therapeutic intervention with children and their caregivers as needed on assigned cases.Provides service coordination of assigned cases, including home visits, crisis management, collateral contacts, and transition planning. Facilitates developmental assessments on all assigned cases and participates in assessments of children assigned to other team members, including doing the written reports of such assessments.Provides group leadership as assigned (parent and /or child groups), including planning, setup, cleanup and playroom maintenance with co-leaders.Maintains written case records in accordance with QA requirements.Attends all necessary meetings (such as IEP planning meetings) prior to child’s transition out of the program.Has knowledge of and adheres to DPH service and billing guidelines. Provides direct service units sufficient to meet 100% of productivity requirements.Attends supervision, management and staff meetings regularly.Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.Requirements for the positionProfessional Characteristics:Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively with a culturally diverse population of clients, other care providers, family, community members and state agency representatives.Ability to work collaboratively as a member of multidisciplinary and cross-functional teams.Has demonstrated professional documentation and communication skills, as well as demonstrated organizational skills.Ability to negotiate and resolve differences.Ability to function under pressure in a fast-paced human service environment.Ability to be flexible, open and responsive to ongoing industry changes.Ability to articulate and communicate Bay Cove's mission and strategic direction in a consistent and enthusiastic manner to departmental staff.Ability to identify opportunities and obstacles and develop effective, creative solutions to pursue opportunities. Physical RequirementsAbility to go up and down stairs and lift at least 40 lbs. Other Qualifications:An acceptable CORI, SORI and Background records check (for involvement with DCF).Master’s degree in Education, Counseling or Clinical Psychology, Mental Health Counseling, or Social Work (with LCSW), or Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, Early Childhood Education, Special Education, or related human service field. A COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement of the position. One COVID-19 shot is acceptable, contingent on the individual receiving the second shot within the allotted time frame. Required TrainingTraining TopicTimeline for completionDate scheduledWhat time? Where? With Whom?Re-certification needed Recertification dateOrientationProgram Specific Orientation1st weeksBC Orientation 1st 2 monthsDPH Orientation to EI1st 6 monthsn/aBasic Clinical SkillsInfant and Toddler First Aid (if a group leader)1st 3 months Every 2 yearsCPR (if a group leader)1st 3 months Every yearInfectious Diseasesat sign onEvery year

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Assistant Community Residence Director
Wild Acre and Mental Health Solutions
location-iconBelmont MA

Job DescriptionCompany: Wild Acre Inns began in 1972, providing state of the art residential treatment for individuals suffering from a broad spectrum of mental health diagnoses and disorders. In 2014, the company was sold. Along with new ownership came a new name: Wild Acre and Mental Health Solutions. Wild Acre and Mental Health Solutions provides a continuum of care for individuals with persistent mental issues. This care is provided in long term residential settings, which help to primarily support residents in managing tasks and activities of daily living. Wild Acre and Mental Health Solutions also serves young adults, with primary mood disorders, in a shorter term and more active residential setting. Wild Acre and Mental Health Solutions also provides homecare care services for individuals who require various levels of oversight and support to safely remain living in their home, or in preparation of a step down from a more structured environment to a more independent living environment.Program: This position is based at “the Belmont House,” a DMH licensed long-term group home near Waverley Square in Belmont. It is a large home currently housing 13 middle-age to older adults. Most residents experience schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar, or other long term disorders, although are stable and utilize the group home to assist in maintaining a routine that supports them. The program provides light day activities, including recreational groups. Staff members provide case management, such as assistance navigating and scheduling appointments. Residents generally freely come and go from the program for outside appointments and activities. Residents prepare their own breakfast and lunch from a stocked kitchen, and dinner is prepared by a cook and served family style.Position: The Belmont House is looking for an upbeat, creative individual to join a small team supporting the operations of a warm, pleasant group home. The Assistant Community Residence Director (ACRD) manages administrative needs of the program and assists the Community Residence Director (CRD) with overseeing the clinical and client needs.Job Responsibilities:Management:·        Supervise program staff (one case manager, several milieu counselors, and several weekend/evening staff)  in collaboration with CRD·        Coordinate program staff schedule·        Oversight of medication administration process and medication reordering·        Oversight of general house operations and maintenance needs·        Host periodic staff meetings in collaboration with CRD·        Event coordination with CRD for a few special projects each year (such as hosting a resident art show)·        Rotation of on-call hours for occasional evening/weekend staff guidanceClinical:·        Create and implement treatment plans for case load of 4-5 residents·        Plan and host periodic Treatment Review Meetings (with resident’s team of providers and caregivers)·        Collaboration and communication with residents’ other providers, including psychiatrists, doctors, and therapists·        Clinical documentation, including progress notes·        Plan and facilitate 1-2 group activities per week (creative freedom for staff to lead groups on topics that they are interested or passionate about, such as mindfulness, music, art, cooking, yoga, etc.)·        Oversight of case load’s medical care, including doctor visit forms and appointment management·        Management of residents’ medications·        Real time crisis prevention, de-escalation, and assistance as issues arise for the residents Hours: Generally Monday through Friday daytime (8am-4pm, 9am-5pm, or 10am-6pm) Requirements: Graduate degree in social work or counseling required. Experience with mental health services required. Experience with residential care preferred. MAP certification is desirable, but not required. Driving license preferred for occasional resident transportation.Contact: Allison Hajjar ahajjar@wildacremhs.com

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Physician / Family Practice / Massachusetts / Permanent / Senior Care Opportunity in MA Job
Physician Empire
location-iconBoston MA

Senior Care Opportunity in MA30 minutes to Boston80 minutes to Providence, RI90 minutes to Winnipesaukee and the White Mountains of New Hampshire120 minutes to Cape Cod and HartfordAs the only program of its kind in Central Massachusetts and one of eight PACE programs in the State, group provides a combination of medical, social and insurance services using an interdisciplinary team approach to help Seniors avoid nursing home placement.The program offers outpatient medical care, social day programming, home care and comprehensive insurance coverage with no co-payments or paperwork for participants. Physicians and nurse practitioners are able to provide care for the frail elder not available in any other setting. Comprehensive program is not constrained by the usual insurance company rules and benefit limitations and have the capacity to offer services that are not often covered by other plans.Physicians and APP's have flexibility to devote as much time as needed for the clinical and social needs of participants and their caregivers to provide individualized quality care by a team of geriatric care professionals who work together with participants and caregivers to address each individual's specific needs.The team uses a collaborative approach to care planning and is called the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT). The IDT is comprised of Providers (MD/DO and NP/PA), Nurses, Social Workers, Physical and Occupational Therapists, Dieticians, Health Aides, Recreation staff, Home Care and Transportation Coordinators and Site Administrator. This approach to care is the gold standard for complex and frail Seniors who wish to avoid nursing home placement.The programs focus is to effectively manage all aspects of the participants care through the interdisciplinary team approach. The total patient panel for each team consists of 60-75 patients which allows physician ample amount of time to spend with patients. This equates to Physicians and APP's typically seeing 2-5 participants per day.The sites are open from 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday.EMR is NextGenOffer:Highly Competitive Base Salary - $230-250k DOEplus 7% Variable Incentive BonusRelocationCompetitive Earned Time (ET), plus 10 holidays and 5 extended leave days (ESL) per year that carry over.401K contributions with company matchingHealth and Dental InsuranceLong and Short Term DisabilityMalpractice Insurance$2500 a year for CME and $500 for professional societiesAll professional license and duesReference: 86874J1 & H1B visa candidates are encouraged to apply.

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Inpatient Occupational Therapist- Per Diem Rotating Days
Boston Medical Center
location-iconBoston MA

POSITION SUMMARY:Reporting to the Rehabilitation Therapies Supervisor, the Staff Occupational Therapist conducts comprehensive assessments of inpatients with physical, cognitive, psychosocial, or functional deficits, planning and implementing individual/group occupational therapy treatments to achieve the highest possible level of independence in daily living skills. Collaborates with other disciplines to arrange for appropriate follow-up care and facilitates a successful return to home and work environments. Provides student training according to departmental guidelines and participates in continuous education. Is encouraged to assist in interdisciplinary research.Position: Inpatient Occupational TherapistDepartment: Occupational TherapySchedule: Part Time, Per Diem, Rotating DaysESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES:Conducts physical therapy evaluation procedures according to professional and departmental guidelines.Responds to all consults in assigned area within 24 hours; completes evaluation and documentation within 24 hours of consult (IP).Reviews patient records, gathers necessary information, and obtains a physician's order prior to assessing the patient.Selects evaluation procedures that reflect understanding of the patient's diagnosis, abilities, and limitations.Administers evaluation procedures according to the guidelines of standardized tests (including range of motion, manual muscle testing, mobility, air entry and breath sounds); adapts evaluation procedures as indicated to accommodate the specific needs of patients.Interprets evaluation results, develops an integrated diagnostic impression, and makes recommendations.Performs re-evaluations according to departmental policies, change in patient's status or response to treatment.Educates patient and caregiver regarding evaluation findings and management of care recommendations.Establishes treatment goals and plans that reflect the needs of the patients while meeting departmental, institutional, and third party reimbursement requirements.Formulates treatment goals and plans that reflect the patient's unique psychological and functional deficits.Establishes measurable and attainable short and long-term goals in collaboration with patient and/or caregiver.Modifies goals as warranted by changes in patient's status.Assesses discharge needs of the patient and caregiver, including but not limited to: insurance issues, equipment needs, follow-up appointments, and appropriate use of community services.Communicates patient care and discharge needs to team members as needed. Arranges for appropriate follow-up.Implements comprehensive individual and group treatment. Consistently demonstrates clinical competence.Establishes treatment priorities based on evaluation results and the specific needs of the patients.Uses creative treatment approaches and explores alternative solutions to individual patient problems.Demonstrates clinical problem solving skills with a variety of patient problems and substantiates actions taken.Progresses patient treatment programs appropriately and terminates them as warranted by patient's progress and condition.Recommends and/or issues appropriate assistive devices or durable medical equipment, ensuring that it properly fits the patient.Develops and instructs patient and caregiver in home programs and/or use of recommended equipment; provides verbal and/or written instructions as indicated.Establishes and maintains a therapeutic relationship with all patients.Demonstrates ability to engage patients in treatment, provides reinforcement and support; sets limits appropriately.Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age groups regularly served.Notifies supervisor/manager when patients in age groups not regularly served are present, and seeks assistance from individuals with the knowledge of the specialized needs of such patient age groups.Adheres to diagnosis-related precautions. Demonstrates good judgment in handling potentially hazardous situations, seeking assistance as necessary.Assigns appropriate patients to Physical Therapist Assistant and Rehabilitation and/or Co-op Aide. Seeks feedback.Monitors clinical supplies on assigned floors, requesting replacements in a timely manner.Complies with departmental, institutional, and accrediting agency policies and standards.Completes area specific documentation (including letters, re-evaluations) in an accurate thorough and timely manner according to department standards scoring an average of 95% or greater on each indicator.Issues supplies/adaptive equipment in a cost-effective manner.Justifies issuance of equipment, demonstrates actual use by patient. Looks for alternative solutions.Completes patient care charges accurately.Meets area specific productivity standards at least 95% of the time.Identifies problems and makes adjustments to meet targeted productivity.Participates in the peer review process.Completes form thoroughly, gives meaningful and constructive feedback, and provides learning experience to peer.Completes mandatory requirements (including PPD, competencies, and safety/infection control tests, CPR, and license renewal) within given time frame.Shows evidence of on-going professional growth and knowledge of regulations and standards.Initiates independent learning opportunities, seeks out and integrates new information in daily practice.Communicates learning needs to supervisor.Stays current with advances in physical therapy treatments and techniques through attendance of professional meetings, continuing education, and reading of current literature.Shows knowledge of professional federal and state rules and regulations governing the practice of physical therapy.Assumes responsibility and accountability for the care of the patients being treated by the physical therapist assistant.Directs and supervises the rehabilitation and/or coop aide consistent with the State Practice Act in a safe and effective manner.Participates in the development and evaluation of physical therapy programsIdentifies assigned rotation/floor needs and communicates with senior therapists and supervisor.Contributes to the development and updating of unit files and other pertinent resource material.Assists in developing and achieving area goals.Collects data required to complete research projects, clinical outcome studies, and departmental quality improvement projects in compliance with established department standards.Contributes to the assessment, planning, and implementation of physical therapy programs in collaboration with supervisor and peers.Collaborates with colleagues and other professionals to provide high quality patient care.Serves as clinical resource for other health care professionals on assigned floors.Works as part of the rehabilitation therapy team, helping and supporting staff members as needed; listens to and seeks feedback from others; shares knowledge with others in positive manner; expresses opinions clearly.Accommodates to change by being adaptable and flexible and maintains professional demeanor during periods of stress.Assumes a leadership role and takes charge in difficult situations.Attends and participates in all mandatory department meetings.Arrives prepared and on time.Accepts and completes additional assignments as requested by supervisor, including membership in department and hospital task forces and committees.Provides at least on evidence-based area in-service annually.Provides in-services to other hospital personnel as requested.Prepares for a verbal presentation using peer-reviewed journals and presents this information in a clear, organized, and concise manner.Participates responsibly in the supervisory process, follows through on suggestions and recommendations, and utilizes supervision time for own professional growth. Comes prepared to supervisory meets.Develops and meets annual goals with a high quality of performance.Orients medical professional staff and the community to physical therapy. Supervises physical therapy students.Participates in pre-affiliation, class related, or other observation experiences.Orients medical professional staff and students and the community (e.g. volunteers, high school initiatives).Shows leadership and flexibility by taking students despite a new or challenging rotation.Takes additional physical therapy students to help meet the needs of the department/students.If not eligible to take own students, assists with occasional supervision of other clinical instructor's students.Provides a well-rounded learning experience for affiliating physical therapy students.Assesses the learning needs of assigned physical therapy students and provides training in patient evaluation and treatment procedures as practiced on assigned units.Facilitates development of clinical problem solving skills of the affiliating students by asking probing questions. Schedules weekly meetings with assigned students providing growth-promoting feedback and learning experiences.Keeps student program coordinator informed of student's performance. Assesses the learning needs of assigned physical therapy students and provides training in patient evaluation and treatment procedures as practiced on assigned units.Cooperates with student program coordinator and academic coordinator to develop and implement corrective actions when indicated.Conducts student performance evaluations, discusses evaluation with students, and submits the completed form to the student program coordinator in a timely fashion.Utilizes hospital's Values as the basis for decision-making and to facilitate the hospital's mission.Follows established hospital infection control and safety proceduresEDUCATION:Work requires a Bachelor's / Master's or equivalent in Occupational Therapy from an accredited institution.Work requirement includes 1 weekend per month.CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED:Work requires a current license and certification by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. NCBOT. AOTA membership preferred.Work requires a current American Heart Association BLS CPR certification.EXPERIENCE:1-3 years of acute care experience preferred.Work requires interpersonal skills necessary to effectively interact with patients, families and various members of the health care team.Work requires analytical abilities sufficient to evaluate patients' condition, capabilities and progress to develop appropriate treatment programs.IND123Req id: 24864

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Full time Infusion Nurses - Offering a $3,000 Sign on Bonus!
New England Life Care
location-iconWoburn MA

Job DescriptionNELC is of the fastest growing home infusion therapy services company in New England and is the region’s only non-profit home infusion provider. NELC is a hospital collaborative serving more than 57 hospital systems in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. NELC was created by local hospitals to ensure their patients have access to a provider that reflects their commitment to excellence in patient care, quality and service. Like our owner hospitals, NELC provides patient focused care.We currently have 3 positions available for outstanding Infusion Nurses based out of our Woburn, MA branch.  These positions work a rotating schedule and will require weekend and on call availability based on department needs.  We are also offering a $3,000 Sign on Bonus’s! Relationships with PatientsGenerous PTOWork IndependentlyFlexible Schedule Are you ready to have these and additional benefits in your life? If you answer YES! Then NELC is the place for you! Summary:The person in this position is responsible for the provision of direct patient care to home infusion therapy patients in conjunction with physician orders.   Establishes, implements and revises, as needed, a plan of treatment that meets each patient’s specific needs and is in compliance with Joint Commission, federal and state regulations, reimbursement guidelines and NELC policies and procedures. Job Responsibilities:Accurately performs initial and ongoing patient assessments of home infusion therapy patients.Provides comprehensive initial and ongoing patient and caregiver education relating to the prescribed home infusion therapy.Demonstrates competency in the aseptic administration and monitoring of all therapy types provided by NELC.Effectively communicates changes in patient status to appropriate members of infusion and reimbursement teams verbally and in writing (progress notes, e-mail, etc.) in a timely manner.Comprehensively documents all patient assessments and communication with patients, caregivers and other members of the healthcare team in each patient’s record.Inserts, maintains / troubleshoots and discontinues (as appropriate) all types of infusion access according to NELC policies and procedures.Maintains and demonstrates competency in the use and troubleshooting of infusion equipment and supplies.Assures that professional practice complies with state and federal regulations including, but not limited to, Nurse Practice Act and HIPAA Privacy and Security regulations and NELC’s Corporate Compliance ProgramParticipates in case conferences as needed.Participation in On Call rotation for Nursing department.Effectively communicates both verbally & in writing inside and outside the organization; selects appropriate means of communication; questions to seek clarification and understanding; maintains confidentiality; listens actively to others; conveys appropriate information to others.Takes the initiative to meet internal and external customer needs in a timely and courteous manner; maintains a high level of customer satisfaction; follows up on customer complaints/concerns.Establishes and maintains  good working relationships; shows respect and concern for the feelings of others; interfaces effectively with all levels of the organization; focuses on situations rather that personalities in relating to others; works cooperatively within a group; accepts constructive feedback. Requirements:Bachelor’s or Associates Degree in Nursing or diploma with equivalent experience required.Minimum of two (2) years acute care experience required.R.N. license in good standing in the state(s) where providing care / services requiredCurrent BLS Certification required.Valid driver’s license required.Excellent driving record required. Preferred Abilities:Previous home health nursing experience preferred.Previous Home Infusion Therapy experience preferred.Knowledge of HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations preferred.Knowledge of the Joint Commission accreditation process and overall JC standards preferred. EOE

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Home Infusion Nurses
New England Life Care
location-iconWoburn MA

Job DescriptionNELC is known as the only non-profit home infusion provider in the region and one of the fastest growing specialty pharmacy services companies in New England. NELC partners with more than 57 hospital systems in the states of ME, NH, and MA to ensure exceptional patient care. For more information, please visit our website at www.nelifecare.org.Relationships with PatientsWork IndependentlyFlexible Schedule Are you ready to have these and additional benefits in your life? If you answer YES! Then NELC is the place for you!We currently have 2 FULLTIME OPENINGS based out of our Woburn, MA branch, for Infusion Nurses! The person in this position is responsible for the provision of direct patient care to home infusion therapy patients in conjunction with physician orders. Establishes, implements and revises, as needed, a plan of treatment that meets each patient’s specific needs. Job Responsibilities:Accurately performs initial and ongoing patient assessments of home infusion therapy patients.Provides comprehensive initial and ongoing patient and caregiver education relating to the prescribed home infusion therapy.Demonstrates competency in the aseptic administration and monitoring of all therapy types provided by NELC.Effectively communicates changes in patient status to appropriate members of infusion and reimbursement teams verbally and in writing (progress notes, e-mail, etc.) in a timely manner.Comprehensively documents all patient assessments and communication with patients, caregivers and other members of the healthcare team in each patient’s record.Inserts, maintains / troubleshoots and discontinues (as appropriate) all types of infusion access according to NELC policies and procedures.Maintains and demonstrates competency in the use and troubleshooting of infusion equipment and supplies.Assures that professional practice complies with state and federal regulations including, but not limited to, Nurse Practice Act and HIPAA Privacy and Security regulations and NELC’s Corporate Compliance ProgramParticipates in case conferences as needed.Participation in On Call rotation for Nursing department.Effectively communicates both verbally & in writing inside and outside the organization; selects appropriate means of communication; questions to seek clarification and understanding; maintains confidentiality; listens actively to others; conveys appropriate information to others.Takes the initiative to meet internal and external customer needs in a timely and courteous manner; maintains a high level of customer satisfaction; follows up on customer complaints/concerns.Establishes and maintains good working relationships; shows respect and concern for the feelings of others; interfaces effectively with all levels of the organization; focuses on situations rather that personalities in relating to others; works cooperatively within a group; accepts constructive feedback. Requirements:Bachelor’s or Associates Degree in Nursing or diploma with equivalent experience required.Proficient in inserting peripheral IV’sMinimum of two (2) years acute care experience required.R.N. license in good standing in the state(s) where providing care / services requiredCurrent BLS Certification requiredValid driver’s license requiredExcellent driving record requiredExcellent patient assessment skills requiredAbility to communicate effectively with all customers and members of the healthcare team verbally and in writingGood interpersonal skills requiredGood organization skills requiredAbility to work independently as well as a part of a team requiredWorking / practical knowledge of microcomputer systems including patient documentation systems, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)Dependability in attendance and job performance required Preferred Abilities:Previous home health nursing experience preferredPrevious Home Infusion Therapy experience preferredWorking / practical knowledge of home infusion therapy administration / equipment use preferred EOE 

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Home Health Aide / Weekly Pay!
Cross Country Workforce Solutions Group
location-iconMattapan MA

Job DescriptionCross Country WorkForce Solutions Group is now hiring caregivers in Brockton and surrounding cities who are passionate about providing care to our senior population to remain and prosper in their homes.Why Us?Competitive pay rateWeekly PayFull- BenefitsThe compensation package includes Sign-On, Retention, and Referral BonusesOffer flexible schedules (AM/PM/Weekends)FT & PT opportunities are availableResponsibilities:Provide routine individualized care to the elderly, convalescents, or persons with disabilitiesMonitor and report changes in patient health statusProvide personal care, such as bathing, dressing, light housekeeping, laundry, and grocery shopping for patientsPositive and patient demeanorAbility to build rapport with clientsRequirements:Minimum of 1-year experiencePass criminal backgroundPass Drug TestCOVID 19 vaccineReliable transportationCompany DescriptionA leader in the HealthCare industry with 20 years of experience.

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Community Marketing Specialist
CareAcademy
location-iconBoston MA

Job DescriptionWho We Are:CareAcademy provides high-quality, state-approved training for home care agencies, home health agencies, franchise systems, and payors that increases learner knowledge for better health outcomes. Nearly 300,000 learners have completed more than 1.5 million hours of training with CareAcademy. With easy-to-use, web-based courses and a robust administrator platform, CareAcademy offers education and compliance solutions for home care and home health organizations of all sizes, from small agencies to multi-state enterprises. Founded in 2016, CareAcademy recently announced a $20M strategic funding round, led by Goldman Sachs Asset Management.Who We’re Looking For:CareAcademy is looking for a Community Marketing Specialist to scale and strengthen our customer and external communities. Reporting to the Senior Content Marketing Manager, the goal of this position is to help build a movement around our mission to unlock the unmet potential of caregiving in home and community-based services.The ideal candidate is a strong writer and a curious and resourceful relationship-builder with experience managing online communities. You know how to build engagement through posts, prompts, and responses, and leverage connections into action: partnerships, speaking opportunities, and advocacy. You’ll use empathy and creativity to develop a deep understanding of our various audiences to create content that resonates. Also key is your ability to follow-through and keep up a regular cadence.What You’ll Do:Develop content for CareAcademy owned and earned channelsBuild and engage audiences on social media channels and groupsProactively seek out opportunities for new channels and communities in senior care marketIdentify and engage brand advocates and subject-matter experts in the broader ecosystem Generate and post engaging challenges and discussions in customer community platformAct as a facilitator for market facing activities such as webinars and live eventsManage social media and customer community content calendarsCollaborate cross-functionally with marketing team and beyond to amplify content reach and promote key initiatives and messagingContinuously work to improve processes and use data to deliver the right message to the right audience in the right channelExperience:2+ years experience managing company social media channels2+ years experience managing online communities (Facebook Groups, etc.)Skilled writer and multimedia content creatorProven ability to proactively build relationships and networks on behalf of company or brand; B2B experience preferredMission-driven, resourceful and curious with interest or experience in caregiving, home care, home health or senior careCompensation and Benefits: Competitive compensation with equity optionsWork from home stipendA remote-first work environmentUnlimited PTOGenerous medical coverage with minimal employee contribution 401K with company matchingAMAZING team members!

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Home Infusion Nurses
New England Life Care
location-iconCanton MA

Job DescriptionNELC is known as the only non-profit home infusion provider in the region and one of the fastest growing specialty pharmacy services companies in New England. NELC partners with more than 57 hospital systems in the states of ME, NH, and MA to ensure exceptional patient care. For more information, please visit our website at www.nelifecare.org.Relationships with PatientsWork IndependentlyFlexible Schedule Are you ready to have these and additional benefits in your life? If you answer YES! Then NELC is the place for you!We currently have 2 FULLTIME OPENINGS based out of our Woburn, MA branch, for Infusion Nurses! The person in this position is responsible for the provision of direct patient care to home infusion therapy patients in conjunction with physician orders. Establishes, implements and revises, as needed, a plan of treatment that meets each patient’s specific needs. Job Responsibilities:Accurately performs initial and ongoing patient assessments of home infusion therapy patients.Provides comprehensive initial and ongoing patient and caregiver education relating to the prescribed home infusion therapy.Demonstrates competency in the aseptic administration and monitoring of all therapy types provided by NELC.Effectively communicates changes in patient status to appropriate members of infusion and reimbursement teams verbally and in writing (progress notes, e-mail, etc.) in a timely manner.Comprehensively documents all patient assessments and communication with patients, caregivers and other members of the healthcare team in each patient’s record.Inserts, maintains / troubleshoots and discontinues (as appropriate) all types of infusion access according to NELC policies and procedures.Maintains and demonstrates competency in the use and troubleshooting of infusion equipment and supplies.Assures that professional practice complies with state and federal regulations including, but not limited to, Nurse Practice Act and HIPAA Privacy and Security regulations and NELC’s Corporate Compliance ProgramParticipates in case conferences as needed.Participation in On Call rotation for Nursing department.Effectively communicates both verbally & in writing inside and outside the organization; selects appropriate means of communication; questions to seek clarification and understanding; maintains confidentiality; listens actively to others; conveys appropriate information to others.Takes the initiative to meet internal and external customer needs in a timely and courteous manner; maintains a high level of customer satisfaction; follows up on customer complaints/concerns.Establishes and maintains good working relationships; shows respect and concern for the feelings of others; interfaces effectively with all levels of the organization; focuses on situations rather that personalities in relating to others; works cooperatively within a group; accepts constructive feedback. Requirements:Bachelor’s or Associates Degree in Nursing or diploma with equivalent experience required.Proficient in inserting peripheral IV’sMinimum of two (2) years acute care experience required.R.N. license in good standing in the state(s) where providing care / services requiredCurrent BLS Certification requiredValid driver’s license requiredExcellent driving record requiredExcellent patient assessment skills requiredAbility to communicate effectively with all customers and members of the healthcare team verbally and in writingGood interpersonal skills requiredGood organization skills requiredAbility to work independently as well as a part of a team requiredWorking / practical knowledge of microcomputer systems including patient documentation systems, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)Dependability in attendance and job performance required Preferred Abilities:Previous home health nursing experience preferredPrevious Home Infusion Therapy experience preferredWorking / practical knowledge of home infusion therapy administration / equipment use preferred EOE 

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BCBA (Residential) - $7,500K Sign On Bonus!
Italian Home for Children
location-iconJamaica plain MA

Job Description& QUALIFICATIONSESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Assessment and Treatment PlanningDevelop positive connection and rapport with the student and familyProvide BCBA services as outlined on Individual Education PlanConduct Functional Behavior AssessmentsDevelop and modify Individual Behavior Support Plans based on results of Functional BehaviorAssessmentsIdentify goals and objectives for Individual Education Plans based on Functional Behavior AssessmentsAttend team and school meetings and perform school observations initially and regularly under direction ofthe Director of Clinical ProgrammingDesign and supervise interventions; provide coaching and modeling for assistant teachers and teachers aswell as caregivers based on evidence-based practices to implement objectives and teach replacement behaviors, such as Natural Environment Teaching (NET), Verbal Behavior, and Discrete Trial Training (DTT)Run social skills programs for children and parent coaching groupsAddress some of the following domains: functional communication, cognitive functioning, safety, socialization, play and leisure, community integration, vocational skills, coping and tolerance skills, self- advocacy skills, attending and social referencing, and reduction of maladaptive behaviorsParticipation in planful and meaningful discharge processesDocumentationDocument Functional Behavior AssessmentDevelop and maintain data collection system for behavioral progress for Individual Behavior PlansComplete documentation for quarterly IEP progress reports and annual IEP goals and objectivesConduct and document behavioral observations across relevant settingsDocument work with collateral contactsProvide discharge summary and recommendations upon student graduation or discharge from programCollateral ContactWork as part of multidisciplinary team and attend regular team meetings to discuss progressStructure interviews with the child, family, and collaterals and provide leadership and modeling for strongteamworkCommunicate regularly with collaterals to obtain updated clinical information and provide updates aboutprogress in treatmentProvide behavioral trainings to caregivers and residential staff, in addition to school staff, as needed andunder the direction of the Director of Clinical ProgrammingOther dutiesProvide behavioral crisis support as neededPrepare and facilitate staff trainingsAttend weekly individual supervision, weekly team meeting, and mandatory on-boarding and annualtrainingsParticipate fully in supervision and respond to directives provided by supervisor; Be receptive to feedbackFollow all program policies and proceduresESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONSBoard Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with LABA preferredSuperior interpersonal and teamwork skillsAbility to take initiative and guide behavioral treatment for youthKnowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint); ability to collect and interpretdata in Excel or other softwareBilingual individuals strongly encouraged to apply (but not required)Commitment to highest quality of carePatience, empathy, compassionSound and appropriate judgment, especially during crisesSuperior organizational skills; consistent and strong attention to detailDiscretion regarding confidentiality of clients/their histories, families, and co-workersDemonstrated ability to model, teach, and supportAbility to understand and implement agency and program treatment philosophyFlexibility in action, thinking, and scheduling; reliableDemonstrated ability to accept and give critical feedbackFollow up and follow through on tasks; able to prioritizeSkilled in working autonomously to meet clients needs, complete documentation, make own schedule, andreach productivity expectationsExcellent verbal and written communication skillsStrong commitment to Italian Homes values, philosophy and missionThe Italian Home for Children is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to building a diverse team to support our population of diverse clients. All qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, handicap, genetics, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, veteran status, or any other protected status.Company DescriptionItalian Home for Children is committed to providing employees with excellent benefits and recently increased salary ranges! At IHC, we are creating communities where all children, adults, and families are embraced and empowered to reach their full potential. Join IHC and become a part of a supportive, caring, and committed team that is making a difference every day. Are you ready to help? Are you prepared for professional growth opportunities?

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Home Health Aide / Weekly Pay!
Cross Country Workforce Solutions Group
location-iconBrockton MA

Job DescriptionCross Country WorkForce Solutions Group is now hiring caregivers in Brockton and surrounding cities who are passionate about providing care to our senior population to remain and prosper in their homes.Why Us?Competitive pay rateWeekly PayFull- BenefitsThe compensation package includes Sign-On, Retention, and Referral BonusesOffer flexible schedules (AM/PM/Weekends)FT & PT opportunities are availableResponsibilities:Provide routine individualized care to the elderly, convalescents, or persons with disabilitiesMonitor and report changes in patient health statusProvide personal care, such as bathing, dressing, light housekeeping, laundry, and grocery shopping for patientsPositive and patient demeanorAbility to build rapport with clientsRequirements:Minimum of 1-year experiencePass criminal backgroundPass Drug TestCOVID 19 vaccineReliable transportationCompany DescriptionA leader in the HealthCare industry with 20 years of experience.

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Business Development Director- Outside Marketing & Sales Position
Mindful HealthCare Agency
location-iconWaltham MA

Job DescriptionThe ideal person we are looking for would include but not limited to:Minimum 2+ years experience in sales or marketing with a 3 year period. Comfortable meeting with potential clients & family to discuss our services and their medical needsHas passion for taking care of others (preferably Seniors). Has a personal connection or story with someone needing a caregiver or supportive healthcare services.Works independently, but also excels with collaborating & communicating daily with their team with the focus of their team goal & objectivesHunter & Nurturer Mentality with the focus to build new referral sources as well as grow & maintain existing referral sources. Goal oriented and result driven to meet and exceed monthly expectations. Tracks their efforts weekly and is able to alter strategies and processes as needed to meet expectations & goals. Experienced with using Excel, developing presentations & marketing collateral, and using social media.Has efficient time management skills and can manage & successfully complete daily tasks.Has experience managing others with the growth opportunity of being a manager who leads and trains their team. Has reliable transportation and is able to work full time Monday-Friday 40 hours a week (9am-5pm) with availability to work evenings and weekends if needed for marketing events. Ability & experience with public speaking and presenting to an audience.Has a long term goal and desire to grow with our company and stay long term. This includes advancement opportunities based on performance and skills.RESPONSIBILITIES:Grow & maintain referral sources such as Hospitals, Skilled Rehabs, Senior Living Communities, Home Healthcare Agencies, Hospice Agencies and other Healthcare related fields. Measure & track KPIs and actively monitor performance accurately forecasting growth attainmentCreate a Quarterly Marketing Plan, including outcome meetings with referral sources, marketing events, attending networking events, and collaborating with power partners in the healthcare industry.Ability to qualify referral sources and create 20 Top Accounts that can generate recurring referrals. Blanket these accounts and build relationships with all key contacts and discover their individual needs. Ability to qualify and describe the type of client we specialize in providing care for, and meets the needs of our caregivers.Nurture existing referral source relationshipsProvide competitive knowledge to help grow the business within existing channelsAttend weekly networking events and community events related to your accounts. Ability to create new groups & events is preferred.Daily communication with the scheduling team to foster synergy between sales and operations. This includes weekly team meetings, and daily communication with the team collaborating on hot leads, warm leads, and keeping a consistent pipeline of potential clients.Involvement in one or more local associations with the goal to be a board member and advocate for this association pertaining to the specialty that we provide to our clients. Examples of Associations would be Alzheimer's Association, American Heart & Stroke Association, Brain Association of America, Aging Life Care Association, and many more). BENEFITS:Competitive salary (including monthly commission & quarterly bonus)401k Additional Paid Day off to Celebrate your birthday!Ongoing training & support needed for success & advancement opportunitiesWeekly Coach & Exclusive Training Program to aid in the success of this positionCompany Phone & LaptopReimburse Mileage or Monthly AllowancePaid expenses for marketing & networking events & products neededMindful Healthcare Agency is a family-owned and operated Home Care Agency. We offer care for seniors with multiple chronic conditions who need assistance with their activities of daily living, to keep them safe at home, in a senior living community, at a skilled rehab or discharging from a hospital or rehab. Our skilled and licensed caregivers provide assistance to our clients based on their individual needs & care plan created by our nurse.  Our services provide peace of mind to our clients and the family; it also allows them to continue to live independently while maintaining their dignity & grace. Mindful Healthcare Agency treats every client, caregiver and employee with respect, honesty, compassion and empathy. We were awarded by our employees, the EMPLOYER OF CHOICE award given by Home Care Pulse. We have a rigorous recruitment process, which provides us with excellent caregivers and employees. Once you become a part of our team, you become a part of our family.To apply to the Director of Business Development Position, please send your email to admin@mindfulhca.com or call 781-472-2760. 

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Regional Business Development Manager
Home Care Assistance
location-iconBrighton MA

Job DescriptionSalary: Salary, bonus, health benefits, PTO & 401KRegional Business Development ManagerPosition Description Build and Maintain Relationships with Referral Sources for the Nation’s Leading Provider of Care in the Home Are you a dynamic sales/business development professional with stellar Emotional Intelligence (EQ)? If this sounds like you, consider joining our team. This is a role with exciting opportunities and the ability to grow and expand. Consider just a few of the advantages of this role:  You will make a visible impact and be able to showcase your skills in multiple areas, including sales, relationship building, and more. This is an excellent role for a go-getter who is energized by a changing and complex environment with a lot of moving part. As a mission-driven organization, you will enjoy the satisfaction, autonomy and fulfillment that comes with knowing that you are positively influencing our patients, clinicians, and health care community. We are proud of our supportive and inspirational leadership group and unique culture, and we will look to you to continue to cultivate and foster this positive, transparent and “people-first” environment within your assigned region. We have high but reasonable standards and you’ll be working with a team of exceptional professionals. Pivotal to your success will be your ability to establish credibility and build trusted relationships with a variety of stakeholders including referral partners, colleagues, clients, caregivers, and other key contacts.For 20 years, TheKey (formally known as Home Care Assistance) has helped clients achieve long-term aging at home with comprehensive, concierge-based care. Managing the evolving needs of older adults, as well as those with dementia and other degenerative diseases, we are passionate about sustaining the autonomy, resilience, and dignity of our clients. Informed by an integrated wellness and cognitive health platform, The Balanced Care Method™, all our client engagements are customized to help extend the experience of healthy aging. Our caregiver teams undergo extensive screening and receive the training, resources, and support they need to deliver an exceptional care experience. TheKey is the only national provider with dedicated, multifaceted support for clients and their families. Our Client Care Managers, Staffing Managers, and Sales Associates help maintain transparent, supportive resources throughout the client journey. Founded in Silicon Valley in 2002, TheKey has grown from one location to over 100 markets in the U.S., Canada, and Australia, enabling over 100,000 clients to own the way they age.   Role Overview You will be responsible for building and maintaining referral relationships, acquiring new clients, ensuring overall satisfaction with TheKey services, and coordinating with local teams to ensure the provision of high-quality service.  You will be the face of TheKey in the communities as you also serve as an advocate for older adults. Your referral sources will include the Healthcare ecosystem (approx. 60 percent) with contacts such as senior living communities, geriatric care managers, skilled nursing facilities and hospitals. The remainder of your time will be spent with sources in the Legal/Financial world including elder law/estate planning attorneys, wealth advisors, fiduciaries and conservators, corporate bank trustees and long-term care insurance advocates.  As you can see, there’s a wide net of referral sources and stakeholders that you will need to interact with daily.This is a purposeful role, and your activities will help our clients improve service delivery to patients, enhance quality of life and improve outcomes. You will be responsible for maintaining a book of business that meets and exceeds established revenue and client acquisition targets. Regardless of whether you are stepping into an established market or a start-up territory, your goal will be to continue to re-win relationships / business and pursue new referral accounts. Role SpecificsTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job duty satisfactorily. More specifically, your essential duties and responsibilities will include: Working with the Executive Team, and local operations leadership to craft strategic plans, develop roadmaps, and set goals for the region(s) and office(s) you support Building and maintaining relationships with referral sources in the community to build brand awareness and new clients for TheKey. Ensuring the satisfaction of the referral sources worked with to generate ongoing, long-term business Identifying high-potential talent for your sales team, recruiting them to TheKey, guiding their on-boarding and learning of our business model, mentoring them across their development, ensuring they can meet performance targets, and grooming them for future leadership opportunities as top individual contributors, potential sales managers, and operational managers Building priority lists, advancing relationships, tracking personal activity effectively and completing all the other necessary steps of successful referral marketing Representing TheKey in networking groups, at events, on committees and in other community settings Responding to prospective client inquiries, whether in-person, via phone or web form, and ensuring they receive the information they need Learning the assessment process and conducting assessments with prospective clients as needed, addressing their questions and concerns, building relationships with their families, and converting them into long-term clients Communicating effectively within the team to ensure that the care plans meet the clients’ needs, that stakeholders and referral sources are satisfied, and that relevant information is communicated in an effective and timely manner Providing active relationship management when needed for existing referral cases – this may include home visits, referral meetings, family meetings, and more. Providing after-hours support for referral partners, prospective clients, and active clients (incl. evenings and weekends) – this support may include e-mail, telephone and/or home visits Helping team to ensure that client accounts are up to date – especially when referrals are received from clients’ legal/financial advisors, coordinating with the finance/billing team, and communicating with families and/or financial managers when needed Maintaining a working knowledge of TheKey’s requirements and obligations where licensed as a Home Care Agency, including the obligations to clients and caregivers Maintaining a pulse on the strategic position of TheKey within the market, identifying new opportunities to enhance TheKey’s reputation or build the referral base, helping to implement new programs and national/regional initiatives, and helping the team members to better understand the competitors and potential new team members as relevant  The Ideal Candidate The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. To be a good fit for this opportunity you will also have: Minimum 3 years of sales experience preferably in health care, home care, or related field. Strong people management experience. Excellent customer service and supervisory skills. Computer proficiency and ability to document sales activity timely and accurately in the Salesforce platform. Familiarity with Zoom/ video conferencing, social media platforms and Google products. The ability to use market intelligence, analytics, and data to make informed decisions throughout the sales cycle. Current driver’s license and proof of insurance; ability to travel 80 % of the time in the field. Flexibility and adaptability to thrive in a fast-paced environment in which change is the norm. An entrepreneurial spirit, drive, and goal-oriented work ethic. High energy and a positive attitude, with the ability to excel under pressureLeadership Competencies: Emotional Intelligence – namely, self-aware, self-management, motivation, empathy, integrity, social skills, and well-placed boundaries Leadership presence, managerial courage and accountable Strong and meaningful relationship building skills and communication abilities The ability to navigate through various stressors and challenges Humility and authenticity Organizational agility – innovative and responsive The ability to partner with others to create trust, rapport, and respect Sense of community CompassionPhysical Requirements: Ability to travel to client homes and other locations approximately 25% of the time Ability to lift and carry up to 15-20 pounds Ability to sit, stand and walk for prolonged periods of time throughout the workday Ability to use standard office equipment such as personal computer, laptop, telephone, photocopy machine, etc.Success FactorsTo excel in this role, you will be passionate about creating awareness about long term care services in the local communities you serve. The ideal candidate for this position has deep emotional intelligence and a personal commitment to always doing the right thing. It’s important to note that this is a challenging, nuanced sale with a long, consultative cycle. The right professional will view this as an exciting opportunity versus a challenge. Since you aren’t selling a tangible product, you will need to “tell a story”, and leverage your proven influencing skills to educate our clients and ensure they understand the full value that our services provide. In addition to establishing rapport with external referral sources, your success in this role will also rely on your ability to establish strong working partnerships with your internal operations team. So much of this sale is in partnership with the Client Care Manager, Staffing Manager, and other contacts and it requires an entire team approach to execute a sale.  You’ll need the ability to navigate through tough conversations with multiple stakeholders, decision makers and family members involved. In a nutshell, you will be the liaison between the referral source, customer, and internal team, navigating and driving synergy between each of these key contacts. You will know you're succeeding if you have hit the KPIs and goals of activity, leads and revenue, and client starts.It’s also important to touch on the nature of the home healthcare world. We are in the business of helping others and sometimes crisis situations occur after-hours. We’ll need you to be responsive and able to act with a sense of urgency. We’re proud of our ego-less culture where we all work for the common good. At the end of the day we’re taking care of our senior community, to truly find success here you’ll need to be passionate about our cause and compassionate for the work we do day in and day out.Why TheKey Awards and AffiliationsTheKey is consistently recognized as a first-in-class service company. Here’s a small sampling of a few of our many accolades: INC Hire Power Awards The INC Hire Power Awards recognize companies with impressive job growth, contributing to our overall economy.Innovations in Healthcare℠ ABBY Awards The Adaptive Business Leaders (ABL) Organization recognized TheKey as a semi-finalist for their innovative brain health program, the Cognitive Therapeutics Method™.Alzheimer's Association, Alzheimer's Workplace Alliance As an AWA Corporate Champion, TheKey proudly educates, supports, and provides tools for staff, clients, and professional contacts as they learn about, research and care for individuals affected by Alzheimer's Disease.EY Entrepreneur of the Year, Lily Sarafan Every year, the professional services firm, Ernst & Young recognizes top entrepreneurs who create services and products that help our economy and communities grow. TheKey’s Executive Chair, Lily Sarafan, received the 2016 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award in the Northern California region.Parkinson's Foundation People living with Parkinson's disease can now have the latest care recommendations incorporated into their personal care plans thanks to a partnership between TheKey, North America's leading provider of in-home care for seniors, and the Parkinson's Foundation. TheKey care teams, including the highly trained and credentialed experts who coordinate services for seniors and their families, can now incorporate the foundation's latest research into customized care plans for clients with Parkinson's. Career Growth PotentialHistory shows that if you invest in your role at TheKey, we'll invest in your career. In this role, you'll be able to showcase not only your leadership expertise but also your team building skills and ability to deliver results -- all characteristics we identify in potential candidates when advancement opportunities arise. In fact, given our strong growth, we hire with an eye to the future, looking for people with career runway and a desire to grow their careers. Our People and Culture Our services are distinguished by the caliber of our caregivers, the responsiveness of our staff and our expertise in home care. Our team members embrace a positive, balanced approach to aging centered on the evolving needs of older adults. Our mission is to be the premier partner of choice for families seeking personalized, dignified care for their aging loved ones. We champion the well-being of our clients, deliver peace of mind to their families, and instill pride of purpose in our care teams, every day.We provide a competitive salary and bonus incentive program, as well as a comprehensive package of benefits including medical and dental insurance, EAP, corporate discounts and more. Furthermore, you will enjoy the open environment that TheKey is cultivating so that you can bring your whole self to work. TheKey is an equal opportunity employer. TheKey prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type and affords equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided with reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation. TheKey recommends all internal corporate and field office employees to be fully vaccinated. If you are subject to a state/local vaccine and/or booster mandate, you will be required as a condition of employment to present proof of vaccination or subject to applicable law concerning exemptions/accommodations.#LI-BD1INDHP

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Director, Medicinal Chemistry
Schrödinger
location-iconCambridge MA

We are looking to hire a Director of Medicinal Chemistry to join us in our mission to discover and develop drugs that improve human health through the use of breakthrough computational methods. We are seeking outstanding individuals to join our drug discovery group and contribute to our rapidly expanding portfolio of drug discovery programs and collaborations. Our drug discovery and early clinical development team includes a cross-functional group of scientists and drug developers with experience working on all common target classes and therapeutic areas. The group is supported by more than 100 software developers and engineers as well as a large-scale compute infrastructure to apply our proprietary physics-based drug design and optimization platform. Ten of the programs we've worked on have progressed into preclinical development with four currently in clinical trials and one approved by the FDA. Responsibilities:Lead drug discovery programs in effective collaboration with cross-functional teams Implement and execute medicinal chemistry strategies to deliver high quality clinical candidates Collaborate effectively with computational chemists and modelers on application of the Schrödinger's computational drug discovery platform to rapid advancement of drug discovery programsContribute to strategic shaping of Schrödinger's drug discovery portfolioProvide technical expertise to the Chemistry team and the Drug Discovery GroupEssential Qualifications, Skills and Experience:Ph.D. in synthetic organic or medicinal chemistry with 12+ years of drug discovery experience in a pharmaceutical and/or biotechnology settingMedicinal Chemistry expert with excellent understanding of biology, pharmacology, DMPK and ability to integrate these disciplines toward successful project progressionDemonstrated strong track record in medicinal chemistry as evidenced by successful advancement of multiple drug discovery projects to clinical candidate nominationGreat leadership skills and experience working in dynamic multidisciplinary environmentExtensive experience using external CRO's for project executionExperience in structure-based drug designExceptional presentation and communication skillsDesired Skills and Experience:Experience in API development and IND-enabling preclinical studies is highly desiredExperience working in geographically distributed teamsPay and perks:Schrödinger understands it's people that make a company great. Because of this, we're prepared to offer a competitive salary, stock options, and a wide range of benefits that include healthcare (with dental and vision), a 401k, pre-tax commuter benefits, a flexible work schedule, and a parental leave program. We have catered meals in the office every day, a company culture that is relaxed but engaged, and over a month of paid vacation time. Our Administrative and Human Resources departments also plan a myriad of fun company-wide events. New York is home to our largest office, but we have teams all over the world. Schrödinger is honored to have been selected as one of Crain's New York Best Places to Work for the past three years running.Sound exciting? Apply today and join us!As an equal opportunity employer, Schrödinger hires outstanding individuals into every position in the company. People who work with us have a high degree of engagement, a commitment to working effectively in teams, and a passion for the company's mission. We place the highest value on creating a safe environment where our employees can grow and contribute, and refuse to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious belief, sex, age, disability, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, marital status, partnership status, caregiver status, sexual and reproductive health decisions, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or any other protected characteristic. To us, "diversity" isn't just a buzzword, but an important element of our core principles and key business practices. We believe that diverse companies innovate better and think more creatively than homogenous ones because they take into account a wide range of viewpoints. For us, greater diversity doesn't mean better headlines or public images - it means increased adaptability and profitability.

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Family Partner - Family Child Care System
Nurtury, Inc
location-iconChelsea MA

Job DescriptionGeneral Summary:Under the direct supervision and direction of the Regional Director, the FCC Family Partner is responsible for administrative and case management activities for families in Nurtury’s network of family child care homes.  The FCC Family Partner serves as primary liaison to provide support and resources to families, working with FCC educators and Nurtury staff as part of the FCC team. This position serves as the main point of contact between Nurtury and case managers or social workers for special populations (e.g., Department of Children & Families, homeless or teen families). Essential Functions:Maintain and update all children's records involving attendance, health and related authorizations, permissions, assessments, etc.Actively involved in marketing, supporting, and promoting Nurtury in the community.Organizes and facilitates programs and activities for parents/caregivers and children.Provide one-on-one or group sessions.Cooperative goal setting with families.Facilitate and support parent training, education, self-sufficiency, and other related activities.Establish relationships with appropriate service providers and community agencies.Resource and referral services for families.Coordination of services and collaboration with outside service providers such as Early Intervention.Prepare standard administrative and statistical reports for central office, ASQ/ASQ-SE, etc.May dispense medication as needed.Perform other related duties as assigned. Knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the essential functions:Bilingual, Spanish-English requiredBachelor’s degree in related field preferred, or relevant years of experience3 - 5 years experience working with children and families of underserved populationsA valid driver’s license and/or reliable transportation requiredExperience in one or more of the following:working with low-income and/or multicultural populationsfamiliarity with educational or child care settingsknowledge of systems of services available to low-income people in MAStrong computer skills, including the efficient use of MS Office, e-mail, internetDetail orientation, strong organizational skills

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Billing/Accounts Receivable Specialist
Connect America
location-iconWoburn MA

Job DescriptionConnect America and our family of brands, including Lifeline, have helped aging individuals and at-risk populations live safely and independently in their homes for more than 40 years. As North America’s largest independent provider of connected care, we deliver a growing portfolio of innovative technologies that help bridge the gap between healthcare providers, individuals, and their care partners. Our easy-to-use solutions support health and safety in a way that leads to enhanced quality of life, earlier interventions, reduced hospitalizations and peace of mind for an estimated 10 million lives every year. Together, we are enabling independence and redefining the global home healthcare market. Connect America has been recognized as one of Philly Happening’s Best Places to Work. Our award-winning customer service team has received the Best Service Award from Today’s Caregiver. In addition, our healthcare division was named Top Ten Home Healthcare Solutions Provider in 2019 & 2020.At Connect America, we treat all our customers and team members ethically and respectfully, creating relationships built on trust. We work as supportive team members, developing customer solutions in a collaborative manner. If you are a dedicated, compassionate team player, come be a part of an organization that makes a positive difference in the lives of those we serve.Our headquarters are located close to the city of Philadelphia, in Bala Cynwyd, PA. Learn more at www.connectamerica.com.Connect America is seeking a Healthcare – Billing Specialist/Accounts Receivable Specialist. This can also be a remote opportunity.Responsibilities:The person in this role owns all Billings and Accounts Receivable for several assigned Providers.  Responsibilities include but not limited to:Add new clients to billing system and maintain billing information for subscribers and payersWork closely with Health Care Fulfillment Group for cancelations, changes in assets etc.Update Authorization and subscriber data in billing system for all new and existing clients, make changes to authorization’s, update subscriber equipment, cancellations and suspended billingsEnter and process billing in appropriate State Portal or create manual invoices for assigned providers. Follow up with Case Managers to determine rejected or denied claims.  Make appropriate corrections to claim and re-bill as neededMake collection and follow up calls to payers according to aging status for outstanding claims and invoices Work closely with cash posting, to adjust, rebill any claims not paid or not paid fullyAssist other Billers as time allowsOther division needs as assignedSkillset:High School Diploma2 years related experienceExperience with manual accounting reconciliations strongly preferredAbove average excel skillsStrong phone etiquette High level of organization, attention to detail and strong follow up skillsExcellence in Customer ServicePromise, Navinet experience a plusConnect America is a drug-free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer.  We participate in the E-Verify program in our hiring practices to achieve a lawful workforce.

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Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)
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location-iconWakefield MA
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Job Description

FULL TIME POSITION

Genesis Rehab Services is a leading provider of Physical, Occupational, Speech and Respiratory Therapy for older adults in skilled nursing facilities, independent and assisted living communities, CCRCs, Transitional Care Units, patients' homes, hospitals, adult day care programs and outpatient clinics throughout the US.

Genesis Rehab Services is now hiring an Occupational Therapy Assistant to provide rehabilitation services in one or more of our service locations!

The Occupational Therapy Assistant implements occupational therapy programs and provides occupational therapy treatments to patients to facilitate increased independence and functioning, under the supervision of an Occupational Therapist.

Primary Job Responsibilities:
1. Implements patient's individualized treatment plan as established by the primary Occupational Therapist
2. Works with other members of the rehabilitation team to develop programs consistent with the needs and capabilities of each patient
3. Instructs patients, families and other caregivers in the skills and techniques of the occupational therapy treatment program under the supervision of the Occupational Therapist

We strive to provide our employees with a comprehensive and affordable benefits package including Medical and Prescription Drug, Dental, Vision Care, Wellness Program, Telemedicine Program, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Account, Company-Paid Group Life Insurance, Voluntary Term Life Insurance and Short-Term Disability, Group Auto and Homeowners Insurance, Pet Insurance, 401(k) Savings Plan, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Commuter Benefits, Modified Compensation (Mod Comp) or pay in lieu of benefits, and Planned Time-Off (vacation, personal, sick, and state sick). Such benefits, as well as bonus and variable compensation plans, are based on applicable state law and factors such as pay classification (full-time, part-time, or casual), job grade, location, and length of service.

Visit our website for more information www.genesisrehab.com.

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PandoLogic. Keywords: Occupational Therapist Assistant, Location: Wakefield, MA - 01880
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Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)
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Full Time
location-iconWakefield MA
Job Description

Job Description

FULL TIME POSITION

Genesis Rehab Services is a leading provider of Physical, Occupational, Speech and Respiratory Therapy for older adults in skilled nursing facilities, independent and assisted living communities, CCRCs, Transitional Care Units, patients' homes, hospitals, adult day care programs and outpatient clinics throughout the US.

Genesis Rehab Services is now hiring an Occupational Therapy Assistant to provide rehabilitation services in one or more of our service locations!

The Occupational Therapy Assistant implements occupational therapy programs and provides occupational therapy treatments to patients to facilitate increased independence and functioning, under the supervision of an Occupational Therapist.

Primary Job Responsibilities:
1. Implements patient's individualized treatment plan as established by the primary Occupational Therapist
2. Works with other members of the rehabilitation team to develop programs consistent with the needs and capabilities of each patient
3. Instructs patients, families and other caregivers in the skills and techniques of the occupational therapy treatment program under the supervision of the Occupational Therapist

We strive to provide our employees with a comprehensive and affordable benefits package including Medical and Prescription Drug, Dental, Vision Care, Wellness Program, Telemedicine Program, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Account, Company-Paid Group Life Insurance, Voluntary Term Life Insurance and Short-Term Disability, Group Auto and Homeowners Insurance, Pet Insurance, 401(k) Savings Plan, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Commuter Benefits, Modified Compensation (Mod Comp) or pay in lieu of benefits, and Planned Time-Off (vacation, personal, sick, and state sick). Such benefits, as well as bonus and variable compensation plans, are based on applicable state law and factors such as pay classification (full-time, part-time, or casual), job grade, location, and length of service.

Visit our website for more information www.genesisrehab.com.

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PandoLogic. Keywords: Occupational Therapist Assistant, Location: Wakefield, MA - 01880