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Administrative Assistant / Project coordinator
Bay Cove Human Services, Inc., and Vinfen Corporation, two leading Massachusetts human services organizations, seek a The Administrative Assistant / Project Coordinator for a new management company that will develop and deliver care coordination services to MassHealth members. The newly formed organization- Community Care Partners LLC (CCP), is the central management company for developing and delivering Behavioral Health (BH) Community Partner services and Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Community Partner services. The Community Partners programs are key components of MassHealth’s delivery reform plans. The Administrative Assistant / Project Coordinator provides a range of administrative supports to the Behavioral Health (BH) and Long Term Support Services (LTSS) Community Partners (CP) Program including but not limited to supporting the training of the care coordination programs. S/he provides administrative and project support in a setting that requires the ability to handle a range of tasks in a new organization, serving as a resource to the organization. We are looking for someone who strives to: Challenge thinking. Be different. Lead change. CCP is looking for people who are inspired and inspiring. You will: Complete administrative tasks associated with scheduling, set-up, preparation and logistics of meetings. Take meeting minutes as requested. Complete short and long term special projects as needed. Create and maintain project documentation. Assist with documentation preparation with regards to presentation and training materials in collaboration with CCP leadership. Maintain currency and accuracy of client, staff training, and program lists and other documentation as requested. Complete varied administrative support tasks, such as copying, typing, filing, etc.
What you will need to bring: Experience with MS Office Suite of products. Professional writing, organizational and interpersonal skills. Use of vehicle as needed. Ability to articulate and communicate the Community Partner program’s mission.
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If you have the imagination and heart to make a difference in people’s lives, Vinfen can offer you a career that truly matters. Vinfen has more than 2,800 creative, dedicated, and passionate employees working everyday to make a positive difference in the lives of people with psychiatric conditions, intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injuries, and behavioral health issues. As a member of our team, you will be surrounded by an exceptional group of talented staff that is transforming the lives of the people we serve.
Vinfen is hiring for a variety of exciting and meaningful positions that will not only keep you engaged but offer a rich, rewarding experience. Vinfen offers a broad range of positions that provide direct person-to-person care in addition to positions that support our programs and services through administrative roles. While the responsibilities of each role vary widely, each make crucial contributions to the mission of transforming lives of people we serve. Visit our Job Openings page to start your search and apply for a new opportunity.
We value diversity in both the people that we serve and in our ever growing workforce. Vinfen is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
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Bay cove human services
We take special care in selecting employees who have a genuine dedication to our mission, the ability to work independently, and a willingness to cooperate with other team members. We value an applicant's interpersonal skills, emotional maturity and positive work attitude as much as formal education or work experience. The ideal applicant possesses all of these qualifications, but we will often hire persons who are just starting out in a human service career if they have natural ability.
Bay Cove provides exemplary staff training and professional development opportunities, understanding that ongoing learning is essential to quality improvement. Our organization's leadership makes use of a participatory management style that includes input from staff throughout the agency and fosters an affirmative work environment where open communication, honesty, professionalism, teamwork and integrity are key.