Employment Opportunities

A wide range of career opportunities are available through Greater Springfield Senior Services, Inc. We offer full-time employees:

  • 35-hour Full-time Work Week
  • Group Health and Dental Insurance
  • Employer-paid Life and AD&D Insurance
  • 403(b) Thrift Plan, with match and discretionary contribution
  • Generous Paid Vacation Accrual
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • 11 Paid Holidays
  • Professional Development Program
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Flexible Work Schedules
  • Medical and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Well Day Program
  • Pleasant, Supportive Work Environment
  • Free, Convenient Parking

Greater Springfield Senior Services, Inc. is an AA/EOE.

Resumes and cover letters may be sent to:

Human Resources
Greater Springfield Senior Services, Inc.
66 Industry Avenue, Suite 9
Springfield, MA 01104-3243

Fax: 413-781-0632


Preferred method:

Send e-mail with attachments to  Human Resources 


Current Job Openings:

Geriatric Support Services Coordinator, Bilingual Spanish

Full-time Case Manager to work in neighborhood health clinic's elder service program. Conduct health and functional assessments of program enrollees, assess for Personal Care Attendant services, assist in developing service plans, determine need for community long-term care services, work in team to monitor status.
Minimum qualifications:  Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Human Services, Nursing or related field.  Must have valid driver's license and/or reliable transportation and good driving history. Experience in social services/case management required. 

Bilingual position requires written and spoken fluency in Spanish and English.  

State Home Care Case Manager

Full-time position in our State Home Care Program to assist elderly clients in developing and maintaining maximum independent living. Will be responsible for the assessment and development of service plans and goals. Position requires home visits to elders, knowledge of and extensive contact with community social service agencies, precise record keeping and writing skills. Social work experience and knowledge of social services preferred. Sensitivity to needs of elders is essential.

Minimum qualifications: BA/BS degree in Human Services, Social Services, Nursing or related field.  MA Social Work license desirable. Must have valid driver's license and/or reliable transportation and good driving history.   

Protective Services Intake & Screening Specialist

Responsible for serving as the entry/access point for individuals reporting suspected case of Abuse/Neglect of elders and screening said reports for need suitability of Protective Services Investigations. 

  • Maintain and input Protective Services Intake data daily.
  • Review completed Protective intakes and assign cases to Protective Services Workers
  • Serve as resource for agency personnel regarding Protective Services for older adults.
  • Assist with community education outreach via workshops, presentations, and community health fairs.
  • Experience with elder service network, resources and issues preferred.
  • Experience working with Protective Services desirable.
  • Excellent problem-identification and problem-solving skills.

Minimum qualifications: Bachelor's degree; Requires relevant experience over 1 year up to and including 3 years;  Good computer skills including working knowledge of spreadsheets, word processing and data entry (including Windows and Word); Excellent telephone skills