A wide range of career opportunities are available through Greater Springfield Senior Services, Inc. We offer full-time employees:
Greater Springfield Senior Services, Inc. is an AA/EOE.
Greater Springfield Senior Services, Inc.
66 Industry Avenue, Suite 9
Springfield, MA 01104-3243
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PCM Program-Bilingual Spanish
Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma, Two years general office experience. English/Spanish fluency required.
Full-tme 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. Requires written and spoken fluency in Spanish and English.
Provides psychosocial evaluation and assessment of referred individuals and potential host families/care providers for Adult Family Care program. Assists other program staff in matching potential participants with host families. Helps to develop individualized care plans and goals for program participants. Provides care management and service coordination including intervention, follow-up services, discharge planning and monthly visits. Requires good assessment skills, home visits, knowledge of community services, good oral/written communication, data entry skills.
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. MA Social Work license desirable. Spanish/English fluency required.
Responsible for functioning as a member of the Integrated Care Team (ICT) in an entity contracted with MassHealth as a One Care or Accountable Care Organization (ACO). To provide an evaluation, independent of the One Care or ACO Programs, of the need and eligibility of Members for support and services in the community and act as their advocate as needed on the ICT. To promote the independent living, social model of disability, wellness and recovery models of engaging with disabled individuals. To make recommendations, coordinate, implement, and monitor contracted and community services for the purpose of promoting the client's overall health, independence, and well-being. To work to prevent premature institutionalization and help the member identify/attain personal goals necessary to promote their health and well-being and enhance their ability to live independently in the community.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS :
Full-time position 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 services agencies, precise record keeping and writing skills. Social work experience and knowledge of social services preferred. Sensitivity to the needs of elders is essential.
Minimum Qualifications: BA/BS degree in Human Services, Social Services or related field. MA Social Work license is desirable. Must have valid driver's license and/or reliable transportation and good driving history. Spanish Fluency Required.