Healthy Aging Job Alert: Tufts Health Plan Foundation, AARP, JF&CS

Jul 18, 2018

The Mass. Healthy Aging Collaborative is pleased to promote the following jobs from our partners at the Tufts Health Plan Foundation, AARP Massachusetts and Jewish Family & Children’s Services.

Program Associate – Tufts Health Plan Foundation 

Under the direction of the Senior Program Officer, this position leads community investments in for Foundation’s grant programs; and, grants administration.

Key responsibilities are to serve as relationship manager for community partners in related grants; execute on all aspects of grantmaking including but not limited to community engagement and convening, grants administration, proposal review, site visits, audits, financial due diligence, evaluation and reporting. Additionally, this position identifies opportunities for funding and with Senior Program Officer makes recommendations to President and Board of Directors on funding. Leads or assists as needed in special projects to advance goals and objectives of the Foundation.

For more info, visit the job posting here.

Program Specialist – AARP Massachusetts

The Program Specialist contributes to the achievement of strategic priorities by providing support for state and community operations, and by providing technical assistance to staff and volunteers.  Manages projects, creates project-related materials, and determines resources necessary to complete projects relative to education, events and training, among other activities.

For more info, visit the job posting here.

Program Manager – Parkinson’s Family Support Program  – JF&CS

The Charlotte and Richard Okonow Parkinson’s Family Support (OPFS) Program is a well-established program within the Services for Older Adults division of JF&CS. The program’s constellation of services includes: Parkinson’s Dance, Tremble Clef Chorus, a quarterly information and networking group, and caregiver support groups.

It has a dedicated and professional team that provides direct services. The Program Manager is responsible for maintaining the overall flow and quality of the program by providing: fiscal monitoring, supervision, and interfacing with participants, JF&CS staff as well as consumers and external organizations. The Program Manager will work with the JF&CS Institutional Advancement team to maintain and identify new funding sources. This will entail periodic meetings with existing and potential donors.

This is a part-time position of 18 hours per week.

For more info, visit the job posting here.