PCA Program Director


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MOLARI Employment & HealthCare Services
166 East Street
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Company Description:
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.

Founded in 1983 and still guided by the MOLARI Family, MOLARI Employment and Healthcare Services remains a trusted and essential part of Berkshire County. Rooted in our commitment to the community, we play a vital role in empowering and employing individuals, supporting businesses, and providing essential services to the elderly.
PCA Program Director
$60,000- $65,000 Per Year
Full Time
Human Services
Bachelor's Degree

The PCA Program Director is responsible for the day to day coordination and management of the Personal Care Attendant (PCA) program and services offered by the agency.  This includes supervisory oversight of the agency's direct service staff members. This is a senior leadership position within the organization. The PCA program is funded by MassHealth and provides services to consumers with physical disabilities who are in need of hands on care to complete activities of daily living. This program is essential to independence for people with physical disabilities. The PCA Program Director works closely with MassHealth, Tempus, and other external stakeholders to ensure that contractual obligations are met. The position is based in the agency's Pittsfield office but involves travel throughout Berkshire County and provides services in the consumers home.

Essential Functions: Work closely with state officials, agency leadership, and PCM staff to ensure quality services are provided in compliance with contractual obligations; complete required reports on time; create and implement systems and procedures for programmatic operations; facilitation of internal communication; staff training, mediation, and progressive supervision.

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

Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services, healthcare, psychology, or a related field with seven years’ experience working in the human service field preferably with people with disabilities.  Five years of supervisory/management experience is required. Master’s degree preferred.  An appropriate combination of education and experience will be considered.       

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