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Entry Level Case Manager/ Skills Trainer
Title:Entry Level Case Manager/ Skills Trainer
Job Type:Full-time
Skill Set :Independent Living & Skills Training, Personal Care Management & Long Term Support Services

Looking to join one of Massachusetts’ most innovative and committed organizations? Northeast Arc is a premier provider of services devoted to strengthening the abilities of all.

Northeast Arc is as dedicated to its employees as we are to the community that we serve. With endless opportunity, a supportive and passionate team, and competitive pay and benefits we are the perfect place for you to grow your career!

As a Northeast Arc employee you’ll have the advantage of:

  • Generous paid time off
  • Comprehensive health benefits
  • Retirement savings plan with a company match
  • Continued learning, online training, and tuition reimbursement

Northeast Arc Personal Care Management (PCM) program is looking for compassionate, supportive, and thorough Skills Trainer to join our  team. Our Skills Trainers provide case management assistance to consumers in the MassHealth PCA Program in the Boston, North Shore, and Metro West areas. You can work in the area that is closest to your home. This is a position that requires traveling out into the community for home visits as well as commuting to our Danvers office a few times a week for team meetings and the administrative aspects of the job. This position has the opportunity to be remote for the time being but applicants should still be within our service community as home visits will eventually be required. 

Our Skills Trainers are responsible for:

  • Providing community based work and in-home visits
  • Closely supporting our individuals in applying for, onboarding and managing PCA program services
  • Liaising between the consumer, other provider agencies, and team members
  • Participating in regular team meetings
  • Maintaining and processing a high volume of documentation for each caseload, accurately and timely

The Skills Trainer who will be a perfect candidate for our team will have:

  • Associate's degree in Human Services or related field OR at least 1 year of experience as a skills trainer
  • A valid driver's license and reliable vehicle is a must
  • Experience and knowledge of independent living philosophies in relation to disabilities
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills with strong follow through
  • Bilingual a plus!: Spanish, Creole, Cape Verdean, Khmer
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