Employment Opportunities Newton Wellesley Weston Committee for Community Living

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We take pride in the professionalism of our staff and offer a generous benefits package as well as certification in CPR and First Aid. We also have excellent in-service training programs to ensure that our staff is aware of the current knowledge, best practices and emerging trends in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities.

We occasionally have openings for qualified individuals seeking to work as Program Managers, Case Managers, Weekend Managers and overnight staff. To inquire about a position, contact Annette Dayie at (617) 964-6860, ext. 11 or at adayie@nwwcommittee.org.

To apply for a position, complete and submit our online application form , or print and mail in our downloadable application form to NWW Committee Attn: Annette Dayie, 1301 Centre Street, Newton, MA 02459.

Current Openings:

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
SUPERVISOR: Program Director
SCHEDULE: 20 Hours per week, including some evening hours
QUALIFICATIONS: Master's Degree in Social Work; Five+ years experience required; familiarity with DMR service delivery system, experience working with families and individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, knowledge of principles of behavior management, ability to work within and among complex systems and advocate for client needs. Ability to work effectively on an interdisciplinary team, and with complex, diverse populations.
RESPONSIBILITIES: • Provide clinical support to program managers, case managers and direct support staff for six residential homes serving adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. • Provide support and guidance for parents, guardians and other invested family members as needed on an ongoing basis. • Assess staff clinical training needs; provide and/or secure staff training as determined by identified needs of families and clients served. • Design and implement group services based on assessed needs of each individual based on best practices. • Work effectively as a member of the organization's interdisciplinary management team. • Provide supervision and structure for master level social work students, increasing agency capacity and providing educational opportunities for students. • Advocate for client services on an as-needed basis.

Compensation will commensurate with experience.

Interested applicants contact Annette Dayie at adayie@nwwcommittee.org

Assistant Program Director
SUPERVISOR: Program Director
SCHEDULE: 40 Hours per week, including afternoon and evening hours
QUALIFICATIONS: Master's Degree preferred, management experience required; familiarity with DDS service delivery system, experience working with families and individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, knowledge of principles of behavior management, ability to work within and among complex systems and advocate for client needs. Ideal candidate will have experience managing diverse teams across several disciplines as well as experience working with complex, diverse populations. Excellent computer skills and experience with Micro-soft excel and virtual gateway preferred.
RESPONSIBILITIES: • Ensure agency compliance with DDS and other federal and state regulations. • Oversee Survey and Certification compliance. • Provide training and oversight to Program Managers to ensure compliance with all ISP and Positive Behavior Supports requirements and other DDS initiatives. • Active member of Agency Senior Management Team. • On-call responsibilities on a rotating basis. • Other assignments per request of Program Director or Executive Director.

Compensation will commensurate with experience.

Interested applicants contact Annette Dayie at adayie@nwwcommittee.org.