Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Worcester Women's Leadership Conference 2021
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Counselor/Advocate – Per Diem
Pathways for Change, Inc. Pathways for Change, Inc. is conducting a search for On-Call Advocates for The Multicultural/Multilingual Counseling and Advocacy Program. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to the Hotline Coordinator.
The Multicultural/Multilingual Counseling and Advocacy Program provides supportive services and counseling to survivors of, and those directly affected by, sexual violence throughout 47 cities and towns in Central Massachusetts using an empowerment model. Services include a 24-hour hotline, legal advocacy, court accompaniment, safety planning, and group and individual counseling.
Advocates are paid a stipend of $20, $25 or $30 to be On-Call for 6 hour shifts overnights and weekends to provide support counseling to survivors of sexual violence and accompany them to hospital emergency rooms for forensic examinations and to police stations to file police reports throughout Central Massachusetts. If you respond to a call, a response fee of $15 per hour or $100, whichever is greater is paid. PPE will be provided.
Desired Qualifications (Primary):
- Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation. Willingness to travel frequently between several sites located throughout Central MA.
-Bilingual preferred although not required; ability to communicate verbally & in writing in a professional manner in both languages.
-RCC Certification in sexual assault counseling, (or ability & willingness to obtain) required. (Pathways will provide)
-Demonstrated knowledge & understanding of sexual violence preferred.
-Knowledge of the societal factors contributing to the incidence of sexual violence within the community, preferred.
-Demonstrated organizational skills, including the ability to multi-task & successfully meet deadlines.
-Commitment to integration of multicultural perspective and feminist approach within all aspects of work & commitment to social change.
-Ability to work flexible schedule of early mornings, overnights & weekends.
Counselor/Advocate for the Deaf - On-Call
Pathways For Change, Inc. Pathways for Change, Inc. is searching for On-Call DSP Advocates for its Deaf Survivors Program. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter & resume to Sabrina Glover, Assistant Director for Deaf Services.
The Deaf Survivors Program operated by Pathways for Change, Inc. provides supportive services & counseling to d/Deaf, hard of hearing, late deafened, & Deaf/blind survivors of, & those directly affected by, sexual violence throughout the Commonwealth of MA. using an empowerment model. These free & confidential services are offered to any d/Deaf survivor and/or their loved ones & are offered by staff in English & ASL.
This program is an on-call coverage for a statewide ASL Hotline. Advocates are paid a stipend to be on-call for 6 hr blocks of time during non-business hours to respond to VP Hotline Calls from d/Deaf survivors of SV &, as needed, to accompany them throughout the Commonwealth of MA. to hospital emergency rooms for forensic examinations & to police stations to file police reports. PPE will be provided.
Fluent ASL skills & familiarity with Deaf culture required; ability to communicate in ASL & written English in a professional manner.
Valid Massachusetts Driver’s License & reliable transportation. Willingness to travel frequently between several sites located throughout Massachusetts.
RCC Certification in sexual assault counseling, (or ability & willingness to obtain) required. (Pathways can provide.)
Commitment to integration of multicultural perspective & feminist approach within all aspects of work & commitment to social change.
Ability to work flexible schedule of early mornings, overnights & weekends.
Members of the Deaf Community are strongly encouraged to apply Demonstrated knowledge & understanding of SV preferred.
Knowledge of the societal factors contributing to the incidence of SV within the community, preferred.
Pathways For Change, Inc. Pathways for Change, Inc. is conducting a search for an ASL Fluent Outreach Worker for the Deaf Survivors Program (DSP); a member of the D/deaf Community preferred. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to our DSP Coordinator, Sabrina Glover.
Primary Responsibilities: Under the guidance of the DSP Coordinator the DSP Outreach Worker networks with agencies serving and members of the D/deaf community and insures that Program activities remain philosophically consistent with PFC. The position involves significant travel and community organizational responsibilities throughout the Commonwealth.
This includes ensuring that all Program goals and objectives are met and Program activities executed in accordance with applicable contractual obligations and State and Federal regulations. DSP Outreach Worker is the liaison for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, late Deafened, and Deaf/Blind Survivor, Outreach & Primary Prevention Services to sister RCCs, community organizations, and the Deaf Community at Large throughout the Commonwealth.
Desired Qualifications (Primary):
-Valid Massachusetts Driver’s License and reliable transportation.
-ASL Fluent , ability to communicate in a professional manner.
-Training in sexual assault counseling, (or ability and willingness to obtain) required. (PFC can provide)
-Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the Deaf culture required. Knowledge of the cultural factors influencing the prevalence of sexual violence within the Deaf community, preferred.
-Demonstrated organizational skills, including the ability to multi-task and successfully meet deadlines.
-Commitment to integration of multicultural perspective within all aspects of work and commitment to social change.
-Ability to work flexible schedule including some nights and weekends.
Pathways For Change, Inc. Pathways for Change is conducting a search for a full-time, Male Youth Education Specialist. Interested candidates should contact Amparo Cruz, Director of Education & Outreach.
The Male Youth Education Specialist specifically works to develop the peer leadership potential of young males in addressing the male culture of violence, & particularly sexual violence towards women & children.
Often programs focus on how women & girls can avoid abuse by boyfriends or husbands or sexual assault by strangers or acquaintances. While this work is valuable, these are risk-reduction, not prevention strategies: they teach women & girls how to avoid victimization, but they don’t work to reduce the number of males who use violence.
Pathways works to engage middle school, high school, & college aged males throughout Central MA. in the primary prevention of sexual & dating violence, harassment, & bullying. The training is focused on an innovative "bystander" model that empowers each young man to take an active role in promoting a positive peer culture.
This position will educate youth regarding the services & assist in identifying, referring & serving young male survivors of SV.
Open Sky Community Services/Central Communiity Health Partners Overview
The Clinical Care Manager will provide and oversee integrated care coordination and care management to individuals enrolled in the Central Community Health Partnership’s Behavioral Health (CCHP/BH) Community Partners Program.
Participate in the development and implementation of program goals, objectives, and work plan tasks that are directed toward accomplishing the Mission and Vision of the CCHP.
Work collaboratively with the CCHP/BH team, and medical and behavioral health providers to coordinate clinical information for care management and coordination, care transitions, medication reconciliation and health and wellness coaching.
Collaborate with Individuals Served, Care Coordinators, Medical and Behavioral Providers, and other members of the team in the implementation and monitoring of Integrated Treatment Plan
Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts (LPHA) including Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Registered Nurse (RN), a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), a Licensed Marriage And Family Therapist (LMFT), a Licensed Alcohol And Drug Counselor I (LADC I) or Licensed Psychologist with a minimum of five years of experience working with adults with serious and persistent mental illness and substance use disorders and two years of supervisory experience. Experience with local resources, navigating health, behavioral health and/or substance abuse treatment systems and excellent communication, documentation, time management and organizational skills strongly preferred
open sky community services/central community health partners Overview
Are you a Registered Nurse looking for an environment that is not an office or hospital setting? Are you looking for the ability to make connections with your patients and work within an innovative and person-centered domain?
Open Sky offers options for nurses that are beyond the four walls of an institutional setting. Open Sky nurses work within residential or community settings with a focus on recovery based care for people diagnosed with a mental illness, developmental or intellectual disability, physical disability, acquired brain injury and/or substance use disorder. Work days can be a challenge at times, however, with a pace slower than a hospital setting and working with people on a long-term basis allows for a unique opportunity for a nurse who is looking for a clinically based, supportive and nurturing role.
Fidelity Bank POSITION OVERVIEW: Fidelity Bank is seeking an experienced Operations Manager to supervise the department, ensuring consistent, timely, and compliant completion of department tasks and processes. Under the direction of the Senior Vice President, Operations, this individual will supervise and coordinate the activities of colleagues responsible for daily functions that include IRAs, wires, specialized account opening, ACH, debit cards, and other payment systems The Operations Manager will engage, coach, and develop the team, serving as their primary resource for solutions and guidance. The incumbent will ensure that the department achieves regulatory and compliance standards, and above all will ensure alignment with Fidelity Bank’s LifeDesign banking approach.
Fidelity Bank Under the direction of the VP/Regional Sales and Services Manager, the Regional Banker Float is responsible for providing float coverage for banking centers. This position requires an individual who is flexible, self-motivated, and has a personal track record of success within a sales environment. Our Regional Banker Floats play a key role in allowing our valued clients to see LifeDesign in action. By delivering outstanding, caring service, our Regional Banker Floats demonstrate our commitment to help clients get where they want to be. Our Regional Banker Floats can provide advice and guidance to clients through their enhanced knowledge of our products and services and ability to provide consumer and lending solutions to meet the needs of our clients. PRIMARY
Caregiver Homes AFC Remote Central Mass
Behavior technician/ ABA therapist- Part time
Autism Health Services The Behavior Technician will provide clinical skills instruction and behavior reduction protocols based upon the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to children with Autism and related developmental disabilities in the home, and community, settings. The Behavior Technician will collect data on programs, assist with parent training, and implement programs development by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst which are individualized for each client. All therapy sessions are carried out in the clients home.
The duties of the Behavior Technician are:
Working with the child in a number of skill areas, such as conversation skills, fine / gross motor skills, self-help skills, and pre-academic skills.
Integrating the child's family into therapy sessions.
Data collection and making data-based decisions.
Learning strategies and procedures to teach children with developmental delays.
Attending team meetings and coordinating with a team of therapists.
Traveling to the home of each client on the therapist's caseload.
Associate Survey Analyst
Pearl Meyer At Pearl Meyer, our Survey Team publishes over 50 annual surveys on employee compensation, benefits and human resources practices. We are seeking candidates who thrive on working in a team environment with an aptitude for multitasking. From client management and engagement to data analysis, this role offers full exposure to the survey publication cycle. The Associate Account Manager responsibilities include. Assist Survey Project Managers throughout the survey cycle including data analysis, report peer review, and client meeting coordination. Manage an assigned group of compensation survey clients. This includes assisting clients throughout the survey submission process, reviewing individual client data to ascertain data integrity, and advising clients regarding questions pertaining to survey report outputs. Maintain client databases and generate reports as needed. Pearl Meyer is seeking candidates who have an interest in, or prior exposure to, the field of compensation and a desire to further their knowledge through Pearl Meyer’s many training and educational opportunities. Applicants should have a strong orientation towards client management and data analysis. This role is deadline driven and requires strong attention to detail. The ability to work in a collaborative, team environment is needed.
Knowledge, Skills and Qualification Requirements
A Bachelor's Degree with a strong record of academic achievement Excellent attention to detail, organizational and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as a part of a collaborative team Strong technical proficiency in a MS Word environment, particularly with Excel Excellent judgement and ability to handle and safeguard confidential and sensitive data Experience with survey management, especially compensation surveys is a plus Interest in Human Resources and/or Compensation Applicants should be authorized to work in the US (sponsorship will not be provided)