Join the HESSCO Team!
Since 1977 HESSCO (Health and Social Services Consortium, Inc.) has coordinated care services and provided support, information and referral for older adults, individuals living with a disability and their caregivers and families in the Massachusetts towns of Canton, Dedham, Foxborough, Medfield, Millis, Norfolk, Norwood, Plainville, Sharon, Walpole, Westwood and Wrentham. HESSCO is located conveniently off Route 1N on the Sharon/Walpole line with ample, free parking.
HESSCO is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages all qualified candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply.
Come join a team dedicated to helping consumers and families find the care and services they need to Age Well in the community.
Benefits: (for Full-Time positions) which begin on the first day of employment include:
- Health, dental, life and long-term disability insurance
- Health reimbursement and flexible spending accounts
- Retirement savings plan
- 2 weeks vacation first year, 3 personal days, 11 holidays and 15 sick days first year
- Mileage reimbursement
- Flexible four-day work week for some positions
How to Apply: Send a resume and detailed cover letter describing your experience and qualifications to:
One Merchant Street
Sharon, MA 02067
HESSCO is recruiting to fill the role of Care Manager FULL-TIME (37.5 hours per week).
The Home Care Program helps older adults, and individuals with a disability live safely and with independence while aging in place. The role of the Care Manager is to insure that individuals receive the most appropriate long-term care services in the proper setting based upon their individual needs. The Care Manager works cooperatively, coordinating service plans, and maintaining ongoing communication with the consumer, caregivers, informal and formal supports.
HESSCO seeks a full-time (37.5 hours/week) Protective Service Case Worker. The Protective Service Program provides short-term, crisis intervention to older adults who need services necessary to prevent, eliminate, or remedy the effects of physical, sexual, emotional abuse, caregiver neglect, financial exploitation, and self-neglect. The role of the Protective Service Worker is to assess allegations of abuse to establish a basis for services along with conducting in person intakes, home visits, investigations, service planning, and crisis intervention.
The Per Diem Care Manager (PDCM) conducts home visits in the HESSCO service area to assess and evaluate elder’s eligibility for the State Home Care Program as well as other community resources. The role of the Care Manager is to insure that individuals receive the most appropriate long-term care services in the proper setting, based upon their individual needs.
The PDCM will be assigned on an as needed basis for case management, assessments and documentation. Flexible work hours are available.
HESSCO has a full time (37.5 hours per week) position available for an Intake Assessment Specialist. The Intake Assessment Specialist conducts in person assessments to determine clinical and financial eligibility under the regulations of State Home Care Program set forth by the Executive Office of Elder Affairs (EOEA). The Intake Assessment Specialist provides assistance with referrals to community resources and government benefits to encourage independence and self-advocacy.
HESSCO has a full-time (37.5 hours per week) position available for a Geriatric Services Support Coordinator (GSSC). Senior Care Options (SCO) is a comprehensive health plan. SCO plans offer the opportunity to receive quality health care by combining health services with social support services. The role of the GSSC is to conduct in-home assessments and provide home-based services coordination provided by a SCO plan contracted by the Aging Service Access Point (ASAP) known as HESSCO.
HESSCO is recruiting to fill the role of Protective Services Supervisor FULL-TIME (37.5 hours per week).
The Protective Service Program provides short-term, crisis intervention to older adults who need services necessary to prevent, eliminate, or remedy the effects of physical, sexual, emotional abuse, caregiver neglect, financial exploitation, and self-neglect.
The Protective Service Supervisor is responsible to supervise and assist the Protective Service Workers to assess allegations of abuse, establish a basis for services along with conducting in person intakes, home visits, investigations, service planning, and crisis intervention.