Protective services Worker- Full Time Berkshire County--$3000 signing bonus
An exciting full time opportunity to join a dynamic team dedicated to elder protective services. The Protective service worker (PS worker) conducts thorough investigations of reports of elder abuse, neglect, financial exploitation and self-neglect. The PS worker provides services and/or referrals when allegations have been substantiated. The successful candidate will be competent in forming positive partnerships with local agencies and affiliated professionals involved with providing protective services and supports. Successful applicants will have outstanding crisis intervention skills, be detail oriented, and have excellent interpersonal communication skills.
Ideal candidate will have excellent:
* Interpersonal skills * Documentation & Record keeping accuracy
* Computer proficiency * Time Management
* Clinical skills * Ability to establish positive relations
* Flexibility * Compliance/Regulations Experience
A Bachelors' degree from an accredited school in social work,human services, criminal justice, public health, gerontology or related field, experience with case management and crisis intervention services.
This is a M-F 35 -37.5 hour work week position with a requirement to be available to work off hours in emergencies and to attend training. This is a key position accompanied with competitive pay, mileage reimbursement, excellent work environment and an outstanding benefits package including; Health, Dental, Vision, Company paid Life Insurance, Short term disability and HRA, Additionally the position offers a 401K retirement plan, flex scheduling/remote options and generous paid time off . $3000 sign-on bonus split into three equal payments of $1000 paid upon successful completion of 60 days, 6 months and 9 months continued employment. Bonus is subject to all applicable Federal/State taxes. Submit your cover letter and resume to HR@lifepathma.org please put "PS”in the subject line.LifePath is deeply committed to anti-racism and the principles of equity, diversity and inclusiveness. Bi-lingual, minorities, women and candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE
Bachelor's degree in relevant field required, Master's preferred. Experience in crisis intervention and case management. Reliable, insured vehicle and willingness to travel.