“Make a positive difference in someone’s life come join our committed team”
We encourage all applicants to apply online, in person at our Springfield Office by completing an application or by faxing in your cover letter and resume for the position you are interested in. We are currently hiring for the following positions:
- Provide in-home and/or out in the community ABA therapy for clients with Autism
- Direct implementation of the Treatment Plans by the BCBA
- Participate in ongoing supervision
- Implement a variety of teaching procedures (e.g., discrete trail, naturalistic teaching, stimulus control, stimulus fading, discrimination training, use of contingency reinforcement)
- Assist with client assessment (e.g., curriculum-based, developmental, social skills, assist with functional assessment procedures, observational recording of behavior and environment)
- Prepare data collection, implement measurement and recording procedures, and maintain data
- Assists in the creation of instructional materials
- Understand essential components of a behavior plan and implement behavioral reduction interventions (e.g., differential reinforcement procedures, extinction procedures)
- Effectively responds to and manages crisis situations which may include physical aggression
- Willingness to learn new software and use of adaptive equipment as appropriate
- Meet client and environmental needs as required (e.g., lifting, bending, crawling, squatting, reaching, toileting, feeding, self-help skills, assisting with personal hygiene needs, and other duties as appropriate)
- Complete necessary documentation and paperwork including session notes, time sheets, travel reports, etc. according to company guidelines.
- Availability to work nights, early mornings, and/or weekends
- Attend trainings as required
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field preferred; Associate’s degree or equivalent (60 credit hours) required; reliable transportation.
For more information, please contact Tanja Peterson at 413-534-3299.
If interested, please submit application and resume to Tanja Peterson at email@example.com or fax to MCS Holyoke 413-534-6834
Assistant Site Managers
7 Positions Available
Location 1/Supervisor: Blanding St./Erica B.
Location 2/ Supervisor: Old Lane Rd./ Gustavo F.
Location 3/Supervisor: Ellery St./ Richard M.
Location 4/Supervisor: Prouty St./ Dia G.
Location 5/Supervisor: Stephanie Ln./ Magda M.
Location 6/Supervisor: Debra Ln./ Jessica O.
Location 7/Supervisor: Williams Court/Heather B.
Responsibilities: Full Time supervisory position working at 24 hour site providing care and support to individuals with intense medical and behavioral needs. Must have valid driver’s license and dependable vehicle.
Hours: 40 hours Full Time – 35 hours Direct Care and 5 hours administration.
- Maintains quality of programming through adherence to Agency standards and DDS regulations.
- Will be assisting individuals with daily activities and community events while providing general supervision and care to individuals.
- Provide staff supervision, assist with staff scheduling, and daily upkeep/maintenance of household.
- Assist Site Manager with ISP development and implementation.
- Maintain accurate financial records, including grocery funds and individual spending money.
- Ensure individuals receive routine and emergency medical attention, maintain accurate medical documentation, and adhere to MCS policy, DDS regulations, and MAP policies and procedures.
- Meet with supervisor for individual supervision on a regularly scheduled basis.
- Ensure all documentation is completed on a timely basis.
- Other duties as required.
Required Trainings/Skills: First Aid, CPR, Medication Certification, Safety Care, knowledge of Positive Behavior System, and supervisory experience.
For more information, please contact manager at 413-782-2500
If interested, please apply by Friday, August 23, 2019
Bilingual (English/Spanish) Support Navigator for Family Bridges
( Medically Complex Program)
Location: MCS Westfield Supervisor: Isabel Castro
Responsibilities: Provide the necessary supports and service for an individual who has a disability with complex medical challenges and needs to remain living at home with their family. Staff should have knowledge and experience working with families and individuals with complex medical challenges. It is preferred to have staff who are family members of children/adults with complex medical challenges, as their own life experiences provide them with invaluable information and unique ways to build connections with the families to whom they are providing supports.
Hours: 30 hours per week Status: Part time
- Assist families to access public benefits – entitlement programs (Subsidized Housing, Social Security, Fuel Assistance, Food Stamps, Health Insurance, etc.)
- Assist families to access generic services – local resources (Food Pantries, Red Cross, Immigration Services, Home Modification programs, Medical Equipment, Doctors, Dentists, Specialists, Mass Rehab., Employment Centers, Senior Services, Scouts, and Toys for Tots, etc.)
- Assist families to access community supports – free resources from church community, other community organizations, school community, and neighborhood connections
- Help family and consumer to access and assist them in coordination: clinical and behavioral supports, inclusive recreational activities, transportation.
- Provide information and training to families (MFOFC, Autism Training, Fuel Assistance)
- Translation (if applicable to your program)
- Assist families in planning for the future and emergencies
- Urgent assistance – mandatory during the week, ideal in the evening, and voluntary on weekends
- Assist families to read and understand the mail
- Availability to meet with families after 5:00 pm
- Assist families in finding common ground when opinions for support differ.
Qualifications: BS or BA in related field with one year experience preferred. A minimum of a High School diploma with 3 years experience in the field of Human Services. Preference given to qualified individual who is a family member of a child/adult with complex medical challenges. Has reliable transportation.
For more information, please contact Isabel Castro at 413-562-4885
Please respond by Friday, September 6, 2019
Board Certified and Licensed Behavior Analyst
Location: MCS Holyoke Office Supervisor: Lauren Jackson
Shift Available: Full Time
Our ABA program provides home and community based services that enhance the capacities of individuals with Autism and their families to maximize the quality of life as individuals and members of their community.
- The BCBA/LABA will work with children, adolescents and adults with Autism and their families providing in home and community based ABA services.. The candidate must be dedicated, reliable, and flexible.
- $1,000 sign on bonus.
- Provide in-home and/or out in the community ABA therapy for clients with Autism.
- Develop treatment plans that identify specific and measurable objectives.
- Develop, assess, and monitor clinical trainings as necessary.
- Develop and monitor social skills groups as necessary.
- Collaborate with staff, parents, and other personnel working with clients.
- Provide and monitor RBT and BACB supervision as necessary.
- Interact with funding source contracts which may include initial and continuation of service authorizations and case discussions.
- Conduct initial assessments and reassessments as required.
- Work with clients’ whole families to promote a generalization of acquired skills.
- Monitor client’s progress and make changes as needed.
- Provide field supervision and training to the ABA Therapist as required for cases.
- Willingness to learn new software and use of adaptive equipment as appropriate.
- Meet client and environmental needs as required (e.g., lifting, bending, crawling, squatting, reaching, toileting, feeding, self-help skills, assisting with personal hygiene needs, and other duties as appropriate).
- Complete necessary documentation and paperwork including session notes, time sheets, travel reports, etc. according to company guidelines.
- Availability to work nights, early mornings, and/or weekends.
- Attend trainings as required.
- perform other duties as requested.
- Board Certification as a Behavior Analyst by the BACB and licensure as a Behavior Analyst by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (to be maintained at all times during employment).
- Solid knowledge of the principles of ABA.
- Obtain an NPI number (upon hire)
- Maintain a CAQH profile (upon hire)
- Become credentialed with individual insurance companies (upon hire)
- 1 year experience preferred.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Experience supervising and training ABA therapists implementing ABA interventions.
- Valid driver’s license and a reliable source of transportation.
Lauren Jackson, Program Director, firstname.lastname@example.org or Karen Fletcher, Administrative Director, email@example.com at 413-534-3299 – Holyoke Office
Family Support Service Navigator
Supervisor: Mary Beattie Location: 1000 Wilbraham Rd.
Responsibilities: Service Navigators support families who have a family member with an Intellectual Disability. Supports include, but are not limited to, case management, accessing generic services, assessing needs, developing Family Support Plans, and providing information and referral. Must have valid driver’s license and dependable vehicle.
- Maintains quality of programming through adherence to Agency standards and DDS regulations
- Service Navigation for the individual/family
- Hiring and supervising direct care staff
- Work closely with DDS service Coordinators
- Maintain accurate financial records
- Outreach to generic services and other state agencies
- Ensure that all documentation is completed on a timely basis
- Other duties as required
Hours: 40 hours per week
Required Trainings/Skills: Experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities required. Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus.
For any related questions, call Mary Beattie, 413-782-2500 x 335
If interested,please submit application to Human Resources Office by Friday, August 23, 2019
MCS Human Rights Coordinator
Supervisor: Karl Krueger Hours Available: 40 hours per week
Responsibilities: To facilitate, supervise, track, and assist/train in the implementation of the human rights process and coordinate Human Rights meetings and trainings for the entire agency.
- Supervise/assist Human Rights Officer/Advocates with the development of their duties.
- Coordinate/present related data, documents, incident reports, behavioral plans and DPPC investigations.
- Provide minutes of the MCS Human Rights Committee to Program Director and HRC members.
- In accordance with ISP regulations and QE requirements, ensures the completion of ISP consent forms and ensures appropriate routing of forms (Health/Safety Devices, Behavior Plans, etc.).
- Serves as liaison to DDS Human Rights Coordinator.
- Schedules yearly site visits to all MCS Residential programs with Human Rights Committee.
- Meets with MCS clinical teams on a regular basis to review individual programming and tracking of behavior plans.
- Enter data/information into the DDS HCSIS system.
- Schedule MCS Human Rights Officer/Advocate meetings and trainings on a regular basis.
- Minimum of three years of experience with ID/DD population or an Associates Degree.
- DDS Human Rights Overview and Human Rights Officer/Advocate Training.
- Working knowledge of the DDS Human Rights system and DPPC.
- Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
For more information, please contact Karl Krueger at 782-2500
Please respond by Friday, August 23, 2019
Bridging Care for Families, a division of Multicultural Community Services is seeking compassionate RN’s/LPN’s to join our team in keeping the client “comfortable and cared for in their own home”
We are a small, local, Non-Profit Home Health Agency that has been committed to serving our community and its members for more that 17 years. We have continued to operate under the same name, resisting the trend to merge to larger out-of-state national companies. Our agency is deficient free with DPH, and we are Medicare/Medicaid certified.
Our focus of care is providing nursing to medically fragile children and adults. By teaming up with the caregiver in the home, and providing the clients with the 1:1 quality nursing services.
Requirements: Current RN/LPN license in MA in good standing , Respiratory/Trach/Vent and G/J Tube experience.
Hours Available: Below is a listing of all currently available shifts. A * on a weekend shift indicates that it is an every other weekend shift.
|Shift Day||Shift Time||Shift Area|
|Sunday *||8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.||Springfield|
|Sunday||2:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.||Hampden|
|Monday||7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.||Holyoke|
|Monday||3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.||Springfield|
|Monday||3:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.||Westfield|
|Monday||8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.||East Longmeadow|
|Tuesday||7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.||Holyoke|
|Tuesday||7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.||Springfield|
|Wednesday||3:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.||Westfield|
|Thursday||7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.||Holyoke|
|Thursday||8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.||Springfield|
|Friday||8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. & |
3:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
|Friday||Noon - 11:00 p.m.||Holyoke|
|Friday||6:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.||Feeding Hills|
|Friday||3:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.||Westfield|
|Saturday *||8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 am - 3:00 p.m.||Springfield|
If interested please send/fax resume to:
Bridging Care for Families/MCS
96 Industry Ave
Springfield, MA 01104
fax (413) 439-0373
Shared Living Provider
Multicultural Community Services of the Pioneer Valley, Inc. is a private non-profit organization established over 30 years ago committed to providing culturally and ethnically responsive supports that enhance the capacities of individuals with developmental disabilities, and their families, to maximize their quality of life as individuals and member of the larger community.
MCS is currently recruiting a provider in the Northampton/South Hadley are who would be willing to share their home with a young woman. As a provider you would be establishing a supportive relationship that offers opportunities for growth and development. If you feel you are caring, nurturing and flexible, this may be the opportunity for mutual benefits.
Shared Living Providers receive a generous tax-free stipend that reflects the level of care needed by the individual. The agency also provides nursing, clinical and respite support. Emergency on-call assistance is available. Monthly in home visits from a case managers and comprehensive training for all caregivers is provided.
The young woman is looking to live in Northampton/South Hadley as it would be close to her job in Haydenville working for a dog breeder. She is also seeking additional employment that would enable her to afford to keep her car. She hopes for a dog friendly home allowing her to bring one or two of her three well cared for dogs. This young woman has many skills and would like to learn more toward the goal of living independently at some point. She is very kind and caring with many interests.
To be considered as a provider you must pass a CORI/Fingerprint background check, have a valid driver’s license and provide references. Candidates should have some experience working in Human Services or supporting individuals with disabilities. Training will be provided to meet the requirements.
If interested please contact Donna Veal at MCS Springfield, (413) 782-2500 ext 369
Requirements: Must have valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle. Staff must be dependable.
Supervisor: Senaida Peguero at 782-2500 ex. 366
Trainings: Provided as required.
Location: Southwick, MA
Shift Available: Days/Evenings/Weekends
Responsibilities: Looking for a dependable and energetic staff to provide supports to a male individual including recreational and community outings. Ten hours monthly. Staff will take consumer out in the community to engage in social and recreational activities such as bowling, movies, dinner, museums, etc. (Southwick)
If interested, please respond by Friday, September 6, 2019