Volunteer Coordinator - American Red Cross, Dedham
Job Summary: Develop and implement effective methods to recruit and retain sufficient numbers of regulated and nonregulated line volunteers to meet operational needs within assigned jurisdiction. Recruit individuals directly or indirectly through the support of participating chapter efforts. Implement and coordinate training requirements. Develop volunteer recognition programs.
Perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with standard operating procedures, Safety Quality Identity Potency Purity (SQUIPP), regulations outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and other applicable Federal, state and local regulations.
Community Support Worker - Riverside Community Care, Norwood
Great full-time opportunity for an experienced mental health professional who is looking to build upon and utilize his/her skills. Come join our large, well-established and growing organization as a Community Support Worker. Primary responsibilities include assisting adults served to participate more fully in treatment and rehabilitative services, to access other services and benefits, and to develop improved social relationships and involvement in productive and recreational activities. Community Support Workers participate in outreach meetings and communicate regularly with therapists, DMH Case Managers and other providers involved in the care of our consumers. Additional responsibilities include providing transportation to appointments and other activities and utilizing resources available through our Outpatient Centers and the community to support achievement of the goals of the consumers served. Orientation and supervision are provided. This position is eligible for a wide range of employee benefits.
Part-time Maintenance Technician - Canton
Property maintenance is essential to every apartment community, and it is the maintenance team that carries out this vital role. Charged with preparing vacant apartments for new residents and performing routine and emergency maintenance of all kinds, Maintenance Technicians must have a working knowledge of all aspects of maintenance, repair and service; the ability to troubleshoot problems and take appropriate action; superior customer service skills; and a great attention to detail. One or more years of hands-on general maintenance experience including plumbing, electrical, and appliances required; experience in painting a plus. A high school diploma or equivalent preferred; trade school and/or military training or industry designation (CAMT or CAMT II) a plus. Valid drivers license required. This is a 20 hours a week position scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday day shift.