Recognized by the Boston Globe as one of the Top Places To Work, Bay Cove Human Services is a private, not-for-profit corporation that provides a wide variety of services to individuals and their families who face the life-long challenges of developmental disabilities, aging, mental illness and drug and alcohol addiction. We have a wide variety of programs available to our clients including residential services, employment support, and day habilitation programs. Bay Cove's 2,000 highly trained employees serve more than 20,000 individuals and their families each year at more than 160 different program sites throughout Greater Boston and southeastern Massachusetts.
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Clubhouse Worker (Center Club, Boston)
Schedule: Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30 with some evening and weekend availability
The Clubhouse Worker supports Bay Cove's mission performing the following tasks: Facilitate work unit, Food Services Unit, Clubhouse Worker description specifies: Support members around Education goal planning, Provide job coaching services for members involved in all types of employment: Transitional, Supported, and Independent, Facilitate social activities, discussion groups, and outings, Function as key staff members, Work with members on rehabilitation goal planning.
In addition, the clubhouse worker will: Work with members on rehabilitation goal planning, including completing Assessments, Action Plans, Monthly Service Notes, and other documentation as needed; Assist in orienting new members to the program as assigned by the Intake Coordinator; Complete daily billing tracking sheet and other reporting logs as needed; Work side by side with club members in work units; Train club members in the use of unit equipment; Provide job coaching; Function as a key staff member for assigned members; Maintain contact with members, providers; Provide supportive and crisis counseling; Write progress notes and incident reports; Facilitate other work unit as needed; Facilitate social activities, discussion groups, and outings; Provide outreach services to club members; Assist with maintenance of physical plant; Drive agency van.
Bachelor's degree, and preferably at least one year's experience working with adults with psychiatric disabilities.
Ability to relate to individuals who possess a wide range of abilities and skills.
Ability to relate to groups of all sizes.
Ability to relate to a diverse membership in a manner that respects individual's human dignity.
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Excellent communication skills.
Strong team player.
Ability to juggle multiple priorities, and good judgment.
Ability to satisfactorily complete a writing sample.
English/Spanish bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
Driving License Required? Yes
Excellent benefits package including health and dental insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement/remission, paid vacation & holidays, sick time pay, and employee referral bonuses.