Programming Assistant (Activity Assistant)

3.7 Quick Apply 1 hour ago Full Job Description SENIOR LIVING RESIDENCES Brookline, Massachusetts, United States Goddard House Programming Assistant DESCRIPTION Senior Living Residences is seeking a dynamic, innovative programmer who is creative, friendly, energetic and organized to assist the Program Director in creating, scheduling and implementing programs for our residents. The role is a per diem position at Goddard House in Brookline, MA. Availability: Per diem hours, flexible schedule, van driving responsibilities WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING? The Programming Assistant provides assistance in managing a comprehensive program for active independent seniors, as well as individuals with memory impairments, with the goal of enhancing their social, intellectual, creative, spiritual and physical well being. As assigned, instructs and supervises other assistants, Resident Care Associates (RCAs) and volunteers in their participation in activity programming; and serves as a liaison with family members, the larger community and care providers. The Programming Assistant may assist with developing, scheduling and directing these programs daily, including driving residents to off-site activities in the community van. Duties also include providing support for photography, the creation of a monthly newsletter, updating the community Facebook page, and assisting with public relations efforts. REQUIREMENTS: Associate's or Bachelor's degree. 1 to 2 years experience working with the elderly and/or Alzheimer's populations; experience providing programs or services to the elderly is preferred. Must be responsible, organized, and dependable with the ability to communicate effectively with senior citizens and their families. Computer skills required. Must have patience, tact, cheerful disposition and enthusiasm. Must have a history of responsible, accident-free driving. Quick Apply

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