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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Protective Services Case Manager
Adult Family Care Social Worker / Case Manager
Geriatric Support Services Coordinator - Bilingual Spanish Required
Responsible for assigned clerical administrative functions for the Senior Care Options Programs.
Accurately processes, maintains and archives departmental and consumer records via manual and/or computerized means in accordance with program/system requirements. Communicates with SCO Providers regarding existing service plans of new enrollees and maintains regarding SCO enrollments. Maintains working familiarity with SIMS and the PCA database, as well as with all relevant SCO databases. Enters relevant date regarding home delivered meals service plans as needed for SCO enrollees. Produces and maintains statistical/tracking data, and other specifications as directed. Provides Spanish/English translation services for other GSSSI staff persons as needed. Works both independently and interdependently as part of a team.
Minimum Qualifications: Two years' general office experience. Good time management and organizational skills; good computer skills including working knowledge of spreadsheets, word processing and data entry; excellent telephone skills; ability to work under pressure, with multiple interruptions and meet deadlines. Requires written and spoken fluency in Spanish and English.
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. Requires relevant experience over 1 year up to and including 3 years with elders and/or disabled adults.
Prepares the bi-weekly computerized payroll, including the review of checks for distribution and payroll maintenance books and backup files. Maintains fiscal and time sheet files and benefit accruals on all employees. Updates and monitors database for running 403(b) contributions for all current employees, prepares bi-weekly 403(b) transmission and submits records to carrier. Audits year-end W-2 tax forms and year end reports and works with ADP for any revisions. Completes employment and salary verifications when requested by the Social Security Administration, financial institutions, housing authorities, attorneys, etc.
Minimum Qualifications: Associate's Degree in related field with three years payroll/accounting experience; or High school diploma or equivalent, with five years' experience working in an accounting department. Requires good computer including working knowledge of spreadsheets, word processing and data entry (including Windows, Word, Excel and Outlook), good organizational and time management skills; strong attention to detail.