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UCP is looking for a part time RN to work in the Adult Family Care program (AFC). This is a flexible 20 hour a week position.
Qualifications: RN with Massachusetts current license. Candidate must have familiarity with disability population.
Responsibilities: The RN is essential to the AFC department to ensure quality services to consumers through adherence to regulations and expectations set by funding sources. The RN is the leader in the department for clinical assessments of consumer’s needs and acts as the liaison to various involved parties to the consumers programs. Work closely with the AFC 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.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree preferred or current enrollment in a degree program in a human service related field. UCP reserves the right to accept equivalent experience and demonstrated ability in lieu of a degree. At least one year in a human service related position, preferably working with adults with disabilities.
Responsibilities: Provide therapeutic and exciting recreational services in a 1:1 or small group setting to individuals that reside at a nursing home in Waltham. Work alongside UCP Therapists to develop goals to enrich the lives of the individuals within the program. Implement goals into the lives of the individuals served along with the community activities. Demonstrate proficiency in teaching skills and behavior management. Complete all required documentation in accordance with funding sources. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.