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UCP is currently looking for a Registered Nurse for the Personal Care Attendant (PCA) Department. This is a 30 hour flexible position.
Qualifications: RN with Massachusetts current license. Candidate must have familiarity with disability population.
Responsibilities: Assist in maintaining a Quality Assurance Process and occasionally facilitate in-service meetings to contracted Nurses to promote better service delivery. Work closely with the PCA Program Team to respond to inquiries and any issues presented to the team. Conduct in home assessments throughout Massachusetts to determine eligibility for MassHeath funded services. Attend MassHealth meetings and respond to clinical inquiries and clinical referrals from the Division of Medical Assistance. Complete clinical adjustment to Prior Authorization as needed, based on a change in consumer’s medical condition or living situation that impacts consumer’s ability to perform ADLs or IADLs without physical assistance.
UCP is committed to obtaining and retaining quality employees by offering a competitive benefits package such as health, dental, 403B, FSA, Dependent Care and short term disability.
UCP is currently seeking a part time General Maintenance Worker to assist the Facilities Manager in completing daily maintenance work for several group homes in the Metro Boston area. This is a 24 hour position, typically 8:30am-4:30pm and may include holiday and weekends.
Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent is preferred. A minimum of one year maintenance work related experience in a group home setting preferred. Demonstrate proficiency in the areas of carpentry, minor plumbing, electrical work, painting and other aspects of construction and property maintenance. Demonstrate ability to work independently or with distant supervision. Ability to lift 50 lbs. Must have reliable transportation.
Responsibility: The General Maintenance worker is responsible for the general maintenance of all UCP's facilities in the Metro Boston area, including Hyde Park, Dorchester, and Watertown. They will also be responsible for cosmetic improvements, including but not limited to painting, repairs, electrical work, minor plumbing repairs, snow removal and other repairs as needed.