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The Possibilities Program Lead, Curator will be an ambassador to Baycrest’s unique evidence-based memory care model, Possibilities by Baycrest™. This role will drive the Possibilities by Baycrest™ model through embodying the philosophy of care, core values and principles, while bringing the key commitments under the model to life. The Possibilities Program Lead, Curator will lead the team to deliver the Possibilities experience to residents in the new Memory Residence at the Terrace. As a leader, this role is central to the implementation and sustainability of the Possibilities by Baycrest™ model into daily care and residential living. Partnering with residents, families and the broader community, they will design, build, lead, deliver and evaluate the individualized and residential community experiences. The ideal candidate will be well rounded with community, cultural, geriatric and clinical care experiences.
Digital Marketing
Intuition Robotics
Looking for either a consultant or agency that has experience with older adults!
Sales Development Representative
Intuition Robotics
- Authentically and enthusiastically represent the ElliQ brand to potential users and partners
- Respond to inbound leads in a timely and professional manner
- Effectively prospect, educate, qualify, and develop accounts and assigned leads to book quality meetings
- Articulate the benefits of the ElliQ platform clearly and concisely
- Anticipate and respond to questions and concerns from prospects and candidates
- Thoroughly research outbound leads, make calls, and draft emails
- Partner with the entire Marketing team to achieve goals and ensure opportunities are moving forward

- One year of sales or related customer facing experience
- A self-starter with a proven track record of success and tenacity
- Excellent communication, qualification, and objection handling skills
- Interest in working at a fast paced, mission driven start-up
- Positive and energetic phone skills, excellent listening skills, and strong writing skills
- Team player who is truly passionate about technology and improving the lives of our elders
- Innate hunger, self-motivation, and work ethic
- Experience using Hubspot and other sales enablement tools preferred

Community Programs Manager
Key leadership role has responsibility for our Caregiver Programs, Dementia, Adult Protective Services and Ombudsman.
Director of Mel King Community Fellows Program
Will oversee--in partnership with the Just Urban Economies’ director--program execution, including strategic planning, program design/management, and team coordination. Responsibilities include collaborating with senior leaders to create a five-year strategic plan for the fellowship program, monitoring progress toward goals and executing corrective actions that ensure the program hits benchmarks; managing the selection, recruitment, and orientation of the fellows, codesigning curriculum, and coordinating across a diverse set of stakeholders to advance programmatic goals; and managing a team of consultants, students, and others to accomplish day-to-day activities; and serving as a primary point of contact for the program. The focus of the fellowship for the next at least two years will be long-term services and supports (LTSS).

CoLab is a center for planning and development within DUSP. Its domestic work is anchored through its Just Urban Economies (JUE) Program. The cornerstone of CoLab’s domestic work has been the Mel King Community Fellows Program (MKCF).

Job Requirements
Bachelor’s degree; three years’ relevant experience; training as a facilitator or facilitation experience; excellent program design, curriculum development, strategic planning, and oral (including public speaking) and written communication skills; comfort and fluency working with senior-level professionals from a diverse set of organizations/sectors and demonstrated success managing those relationships; familiarity with concepts and principles of economic democracy and self-determination and with issues related to healthcare transformation, healthcare policy, and/or economic development strategies in healthcare; experience managing leadership development programs that work with local leaders of color; adaptability to constantly changing environments; experience managing teams of at least five people; commitment to social justice and anti-oppression work.

Salary range: $70,000-90,000
Manager of Planning and Policy Initiatives
MANAGER OF PLANNING AND POLICY INITIATIVES, Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP)-MIT Community Innovators Lab (CoLab), to conduct qualitative and quantitative analysis, communicate important policy issues to stakeholders, and translate policy developments and impacts of trends in the long-term care sector into powerful strategic advice and guidance. Responsibilities include researching local, state, and federal policies and programs related to the long-term care industry; analyzing both quantitative and qualitative data for trends and other important data points that may be useful for policy advocacy efforts; collaborating with students and faculty to release research publications and other knowledge products; monitoring and communicating state and federal policy developments related to health and workforce development; writing short and long-form publications based on research and policy analysis, including internal memos, fact sheets, and opinion articles; and building supportive, trusting relationships with partners and cultivating a diverse network of relationships from which to solicit information, feedback, and support.

CoLab is a center for planning and development within DUSP. Its domestic work is anchored through its Just Urban Economies (JUE) Program. A major cornerstone of CoLab’s domestic work has been the Mel King Community Fellows Program (MKCF).

Job Requirements
REQUIRED: bachelor’s degree; three years of years’ relevant experience; understanding of Medicaid, Medicare, and healthcare regulations and knowledge of federal legislative and/or regulatory process; working knowledge of the legal aspects and economic conditions affecting policies; strong analytical, problem-solving, and verbal and written communication skills; and ability to communicate complex ideas in a concise manner. PREFERRED: political savvy and knowledge of how New York government operates.
Optical Systems Engineer
CABHI funded company RetiSpec.

RetiSpec is an artificial intelligence (AI) medical imaging company developing tools for the early detection of disease biomarkers in the eye. RetiSpec is seeking an Optical Systems Engineer to support continued development of RetiSpec’s hyperspectral retinal imaging platform. The successful applicant will be responsible for device assembly, testing, calibration, assessing new hardware components, developing calibration procedures, improving system integration and performance (optical, mechanical, electrical, software), and providing hardware and software support to clinical partners.
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