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MassHire Fall River Career Center
446 N Main St
Fall River, Massachusetts
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Posted 11/27/19

REPORTS TO: Mission Advancement Director
LOCATION: Office at Dartmouth facility; work in both locations and regions
PRIMARY WORKING Easton and South Coast Development Boards, event vendors, graphic designer, My Brother's
RELATIONSHIPS: Keeper staff, volunteers, and donors
MISSION: "To bring the Love and Hope of Jesus Christ to those we serve."
JOB SUMMARY: Provide strong, effective leadership of internal and external events.
Provide key administrative support to our advancement team to help achieve organizational fundraising goals.
Help accomplish our mission and build community by serving as a welcoming presence to volunteers, donors, and guests.
External Fundraising Events
• Manage logistics for all external fundraising events-Easton and South Coast
• Provide operational support and reporting to both Development Boards and event committees
• Create and manage project plans, timelines, and programs for all events
• Lead print and digital event marketing efforts to ensure strong participation including social media integration
• Work with graphic designer on production of all event materials such as save-the date cards, invitations, e-marketing, event websites, programs, signs, and sponsor recognition
• Manage relationships with event vendors and venue staff
• Negotiate vendor contracts and monitor deposit, cancellation and attrition policies as stated in contracts
• Audit final vendor invoices for accuracy
• Track event revenue, expenses, and budgeted forecasts
• Recruit and manage event volunteers
• Solicit in-kind donations for auctions and raffles
• Communicate event schedules, progress, and deadlines to Development Boards and event committees
• Manage event website reporting and registration functions
• Manage on-site event production and post-event clean up
• Coordinate A/V requirements as needed
• Manage all required post-event activities such as donor follow-up, debriefing with event committees, and final reporting
Other External Events
• Represent My Brother's Keeper at outreach meetings and networking opportunities, for example, Chamber of Commerce, Social Justice Convocation, etc.
• Attend community events on behalf of organization
Internal Events
• Coordinate internal non-fundraising events- Annual Gratitude Mass, Board Volunteer Day, Daughters of Isabella Baby Shower, etc.
• Manage hospitality for corporate volunteer groups, special visitors, and Community Day lunches
• Coordinate photo opportunities
Development Support / Donor Management Software
• Process gift entries and donor acknowledgement letters using donor management software -5,000+ contributions annually
• Process monthly donations and matching gifts
• Generate queries, reports, mailing lists, and memorial giving correspondences
Christmas Program
• Supervise morning and lunch-time hospitality provided by volunteers and outside vendors
• Assist with volunteer management in facility as needed
• Deep commitment to the Christian mission of My Brother's Keeper
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written
• Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills
• Track record of good teamwork and the ability to work collaboratively
• Ability to multi-task and work on a number of events and projects simultaneously
• Self-starter with the ability to work under deadlines
• Flexibility and "grace under pressure"- ability to adapt to changes and unexpected events
• Budget management skills
• Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and social media applications
• Able to manage donor information with discretion and confidentiality
• Experience working with nonprofits events desirable
• Bachelor's degree preferred
If interested in applying, please send (1) letter of interest and (2) resume to Vin Shea at

EEC Certified Teachers

Posted 3/14/19

Sea Kids is looking for enthusiastic EEC Certified Teachers.

Please email Jennifer at or call 774-294-4688 for additional information.

Social Worker

Posted 3/1/19

Our Adult Day Health Program is seeking a part time (20 hours per week) Social Worker to provide case management services and monitor mental health status to program participants. This is a twenty hour per week position and the hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. This position will be located in Fall River, MA.

The responsibilities of the Social Worker include providing case management services, inform participants and their families/caregivers of available community services and make referrals as needed.

The Social Worker will also be responsible to develop and lead groups for the participants; assist the Program Coordinator in referral, admission and discharge process. Write progress notes quarterly; inform participants and their families/caregivers of available community services and make referrals as indications warrant. Attend monthly supervisor meeting with the Program Coordinator (bi-weekly with LICSW if not licensed). Assist, as necessary, in the delivery of other required program services. Participate in the bi-annual or quarterly review of each participant's care plan as well as assisting with the development of care plans.

Assist Program Coordinator with the implementation of policies and procedures. Assist Program Coordinator with record reviews, documentation, compliance and implementation of policy and procedure.

A Bachelor's Degree is required; LICSW and degree in Human Services or Social Work preferred.

One year of recent experience working with disabled elderly adults in a professional capacity is required.

To apply, please visit our website at to complete the online application and to learn more about our programs and services.

Family Service Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Bi-lingual Portuguese/English speaking candidates are encouraged to apply.

Clinical Social Worker (Full and Part Time Hours Available)

Posted 3/1/19

We have an excellent clinical opportunity to provide outpatient treatment to individual/families of the Behavioral Health Center in an office or outreach basis. Both part time and full time hours available.

Duties and responsibilities include:

  • See patients as assigned for assessments for evaluations and ongoing treatment in an office or outreach basis;
  • Supervision by the LICSW Supervisors will be provided to Clinical Social Workers to meet requirements of the agency and licensing bodies. Trainings and CEUs provided for licensing.
  • Attend case conferences and multi-disciplinary meetings. Maintain caseload as assigned to perform assessment, treatment planning and ongoing psychotherapy.
  • The Clinical Social Worker should be knowledgeable and experienced in the use of several of the following treatment modalities; individual, couple, family, child and group; make referrals to other resources, agencies, clinics and hospitals as needed; respond to reasonable expectations of the Agency and/or supervisor.

The schedule is Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

The Clinical Social Worker must be a MA LCSW or LICSW (or license eligible) with a MSW from an educational institution accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.

To apply, please visit our website at to complete the online application and to learn more about our programs and services.

Clinician (Full Time)

Posted 3/1/19

Family Service Association has an opportunity available for a full time (35 hours per week) Clinician in our In Home Therapy Program.

The successful candidate must either be a Master's level therapist or in his/her second year (currently completing his/her internship *) of a Master's Program with a clinical track, or license eligible, providing medically necessary services to children with Severe Emotional Disturbances in the home and community setting. * This is an opportunity for a paid internship.

Responsibilities include development of a treatment plan and using established therapeutic techniques and intensive family therapy, working with the entire family, or a subset of the family, to implement focused structural or strategic interventions and behavioral techniques. Goals are designed to enhance problem solving, limit-setting, risk management/safety planning, communication, build skills to strengthen the family, advance therapeutic goals, or improve ineffective patterns of interaction, identify and utilize community resources, develop and maintain natural supports for the youth and parents/caregiver(s) in order to promote sustainability of treatment gains. The candidate must have the skills necessary to engage and work with others from diverse backgrounds, maintain a non-judgmental attitude towards families and have the willingness and ability to work some slightly flexible hours as needed to meet the clinical needs of the child and family.

The hours are Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. and the schedule is flexible to meet clients' clinical needs.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision insurance, life insurance, short term and long term disability insurance, 403(b) and a generous time off package.

***Billable services include time spent on documentation, care coordination, collateral contact and no show/member outreach.

To apply, please visit our website at to complete the online application and to learn more about our programs and services

Caregiver (Part Time)

Posted 3/1/19

The Home Assistance Programs offer daily assistance with the physical and social needs of elders and disabled adults living in designated housing units. For persons at risk of institutionalization, the Home Assistance Programs (HAP) provide important community living options that recognize and preserve the independence and good health of persons requiring supervision. Care is provided by Certified Nursing Assistants and other professionally trained caregivers.

Our Home Assistance Program is currently looking for part-time caregivers (up to 20 hours per week) in the Fall River, New Bedford and Norwood MA areas who are available morning, afternoon and weekend hours. This position does not include benefits.

We currently have hours available seven days per week; hours vary mostly morning hours available.

Caregivers monitor the placement status in the home and provides assistance with participant's daily living needs as directed by a plan of care ensuring that personal care services are provided on a daily basis. Duties may include: cleaning and general housekeeping, assist with shopping, provide on-going supervision of the participant's health related activities.

The ideal applicant must have successfully completed a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) and/or Home Health Aide (HHA) training program and possess a certificate of course completion and/or a valid license. Equivalent training or experience could be substituted for certification/licensure. Reliable transportation is also required. All employees must successfully pass a CORI/CPS background check.

To apply, please visit our website at to complete the online application and to learn more about our programs and services.

Care Coordinator - Brockton

Posted 2/28/19

Please apply on line to:

Company- Family Service Association - 101 Rock Street Fall River, MA 02720

Days/Hours- 9am- 5pm - 35 hour work week

POSTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED - The Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Community Partner (CP) Care Coordinator is responsible for promoting coordination in the delivery and receipt of LTSS to enrollees assigned by Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) and Managed Care Organizations (MCO).

Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Conduct outreach to assigned enrollees to inform about the functions of a Care Coordinator, the optional nature of enrollment, choice in CP providers, the benefits of enrollment and the process for enrolling.
2. Document all outreach attempts
3. Execute all required documents for participation in the CP program including but not limited to a Participation Form and all required authorizations for Use and Disclosure.
4. Complete Social Needs Assessment on all enrollees who sign Participation Form.
5. Obtain the Comprehensive Assessment from the referring ACO/MCO and update as needed for any changes in functional status, ADL or IADL needs.
6. Utilizing the Comprehensive and Social Needs Assessment, and under the direction of the enrollee/authorized representative, develop LTSS Care Plan, identifying preferences, goals, strengths, needs and cultural considerations. Utilize appropriate interventions to engage and support the enrollee in development of the LTSS Care Plan including self-directed care options and informed choice for applicable services, programs and providers.
7. Ensure LTSS Care Plan is approved by the Enrollee and the Primary Care Provider within 90 days of assignment. Once signed, ensure Care Plan is shared with all members of the care team.
8. Utilize alternative methods and formats of documentation and communication to ensure the enrollee understands the LTSS Care Plan
9. Participate as a member of the enrollees care team,
10. Conduct follow-up within 3 business days following any transition in care and conduct a face-to-face visit with enrollees within 3 business days post discharge from any facility.
11. Foster and maintain collaborative relationships with Primary Care Providers, Social Service Providers and representatives from state agencies.

Qualifications and Requirements:
• Must have a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in social work, human services, nursing, psychology, sociology, or a related field; or, an Associate's Degree and at least one year of experience in the field.
• Must have strong written and oral communication skills
• Demonstrated computer skills.

Community Health Worker - New Bedford

Posted 2/28/19

Please apply on line to:

Company- Family Service Association - 101 Rock Street Fall River, MA 02720

Days/Hours- 9am- 5pm - 35 hour work week

POSTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED - The Community Health Worker is responsible for providing support to the LTSS Care Coordinator to promote coordination in the delivery and receipt of LTSS to enrollees assigned by Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) and Managed Care Organizations (MCO).

Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Conduct outreach to assigned enrollees to inform about the functions of a Community Partner (CP) Care Coordinator,
2. Document all outreach attempts
3. Schedule face-to-face meeting for enrollees with LTSS Care Coordinator.
4. Prepare encounter packets with informational materials and all documents needed for enrollee engagement.
5. Gather and maintain resource and reference materials for area providers of LTSS and other community services, including contact information and service availability in support of facilitating enrollee access to services.
6. Support Care Coordinator's participation as a member of the enrollee's care team, gathering required information related to the enrollee's needs, preferences and service options; facilitating communication with other providers and promoting integration of care across all providers.
7. Maintain regular contact with the enrollee under the direction of the Care Coordinator.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS The Community Health Worker must have:
• A minimum of a High School Diploma
• Three years' experience in a related capacity
• Strong written and oral communication skills
• Demonstrated proficient computer skills.
• Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

Counselor Fall River Men's Program

Posted 12/19/18

JOB POSTING #453 Counselor Fall River Men's Program SCHEDULE: 40 hour position rotating day shifts Monday thru Friday + 1 Saturday per month


  • Provides after care counseling, planning etc.
  • Conducts Bio-psycho-social assessments
  • Carries small caseload and provides individual counseling to assigned clients
  • Work with clients in developing treatment plans & revising as needed
  • Leads or co-leads various group therapy sessions
  • Responsible for maintaining client records including progress notes & other documentation
  • Collaborates with internal & external social service providers as necessary.
  • Provides after care counseling and discharge planning

  • Position requires good visual, hearing and speaking skills with or without assistive devices.
  • Able to communicate information effectively to others both verbally and in writing
  • Respond to emergency situations appropriately
  • Light physical effort
  • Manual dexterity
  • Computer skills in word and excel

EDUCATION: A Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university or the equivalent knowledge and experience is required. Current licensure as a LADC or License eligible

EXPERIENCE: A minimum of two years related work experience providing direct services to persons in recovery, homeless, or disabled persons. Good working knowledge of computers. EOE/AA