Nursing Home Transition Specialist


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MOLARI Employment & HealthCare Services
166 East Street


Company Description:
Our Mission:
We put people first; building long lasting relationships to support area businesses, care for people in their homes and provide employment opportunities throughout Berkshire County.

About Us:
Founded in 1983 and still led by founder Gail Molari, President & CEO, MOLARI continues to be an integral member of the Berkshire Community; employing people, supporting a wide array of businesses and providing much needed services to the elderly.

Our Healthcare Division provides peace of mind for hundreds of Berkshire County seniors, as well as their families. These important Home Healthcare services are vital to allow those in need of assistance to stay safe and live independently in the comfort of their own homes and communities.

Through our Employment Services Division, we provide opportunities and solutions for job seekers and employers alike.

Molari, Inc is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Nursing Home Transition Specialist
$18/hr Per Hour
Berkshire County
Full Time
Human Services
Administrative Assistant
Some High School Coursework

The Nursing Home Transition Specialist will identify and assist people with disabilities to move from institutions to community based settings. The position involves extensive contact with nursing home professionals, consumers, family members, and other human service providers. Work includes teaching consumers how to access benefits and services such as health insurance, housing, social security, and food stamps.

This position will need to be able to learn and utilize MassHealth waiver programs specifically designed to help people transition out of institutions. In addition, the NHT Advocate will provide mentoring, skills training, and information & referral services.

This position is full-time 40 hours (1 hour paid lunch daily) and 75% of work takes place in the Pittsfield office or in the community/nursing homes. This position requires travel with personal vehicle, home visits (ascending/descending stairs), electronic and written documentation, and ability to understand benefit rules and regulations. Primary working hours are 9am-5pm Monday through Friday.

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