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WHY CHOOSE US?

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CO-OP assists individuals with developmental and other disabilities to become valued members of their communities. Our services are person-centered, embracing the vision, interests, and support needs of each person.

CO-OP is committed to the principle of equal opportunity without regard to disability, race, color, creed, religion, ethnic background, national origin, sexual orientation, age, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its programs and activities.

Are you interested in helping people reach their goals—both big and small? If so, CO-OP offers flexible full-time and part-time employment opportunities. We offer a competitive wage and salary package, on-the-job training, generous time off, and opportunities for advancement. Previous experience is preferred but not necessary for most entry-level and relief staff positions. On-going training is provided to all CO-OP employees.

  • 13 paid days off for full-time positions
  • 12 paid holidays
  • Paid new hire training
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Dependent Care Account
  • 403(b) Savings Plan
  • Tuition Reimbursement*
  • Medical Insurance*
  • Dental Insurance*
  • Vision Insurance*
  • Life Insurance/AD&D*
  • * For employees working 30 hours or more.

Complete Career Listing

QA Support Specialist UP TO $2k SIGN ON BONUS

CO-OP has 33 residential homes and 6 Day Programs. Our 24/7 supervised residential programs focus on a person-centered planning approach and working with individuals to create homes adapted to meet individual needs. We provide support in the areas of life skills, social skills, and community integration with an emphasis on pursuing personal goals and interests. Each day our staff provides guidance, support, and direction as needed on new skills/tasks, behavior management, personal development, social skills, and communication. They take pride in assisting individuals in achieving goals by maintaining knowledge of their learning styles, strengths, and support needs, and ensuring that skills are taught accordingly.

QUALITY ASSURANCE SUPPORT SPECIALIST
The QA Support Specialist works in coordination with the Director of Quality Assurance, Director of Residential Services, Director of Specialized Services, and Director of Day Services in ensuring and implementing effective and efficient quality assurance systems across agency service components by assisting with document collection/review and other tasks as required.

Duties shall be carried out in conformance to the Agency’s purpose and philosophy and in a manner that recognizes values associated with Life Quality.

A SAMPLING OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES
• Coordinating with Director of Quality Assurance, implement systems for internal quality assurance audits; serve as a resource for problem identification, resolution, and continuous service quality improvement
• Assist with and monitor HCSIS Alerts/Process Management, ensuring conformance to regulations
• Submit reports, facilitate collection and review of program receipts in coordination with the finance department
• Audit financial records for residents as required
• Assist as needed in preparing for service audits, including Licensing and Certification, CARF, and MassHealth/LTSS
• Assist Property Manager with administrative tasks such as obtaining bids from contractors, assisting with fleet management, filing and submitting reports, and other tasks
• Serve as a resource to Program Directors, Managers, and Coordinators to aid in ensuring that systems and procedures are being implemented effectively

QUALIFICATIONS
• High School diploma required; college degree preferred.
• Possession of a valid driver’s license, a safe driving record, and an agreement to use one’s personal vehicle for business purposes if so required.
• Minimum of one year of administrative experience or two years of experience in the field of Human Services.
• Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Competency in Microsoft Excel and comfortable working with various computer-based tracking systems.
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
• Acceptable Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) and fingerprint check.

WORKING CONDITIONS
Employees are required to assist participants who may demonstrate aggressive or self-injurious behavior through direct intervention and conformance with behavioral programs.
Employee assignments and work schedules are subject to change contingent upon the needs of individual participants or groups of participants.

About CO-OP
CO-OP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting local citizens with developmental and other disabilities and brain injuries in a variety of residential and day programs, employment supports, and clinical services. Founded in 1972 and currently serving approximately 300 individuals and family members in Southeastern Massachusetts, CO-OP’s mission focuses on individualized services and community participation.

We offer scheduled hours in a friendly, team-oriented environment. We offer a competitive salary and an outstanding benefits package for full-time staff, including health insurance, dental, vision, supplemental life and disability insurance, and a tax-deferred annuity plan. CO-OP offers a variety of different benefit perks for full-time staff, such as opportunities for additional paid training, free life insurance, mileage reimbursement if applicable, tuition reimbursement, a generous paid time off benefit including accruals for extended leave, and more!

ID: #AD1001

Employment Specialist UP TO $2k SIGN ON BONUS

CO-OP has 33 residential homes and 6 Day Programs. Our 24/7 supervised residential programs focus on a person-centered planning approach and working with individuals to create homes adapted to meet individual needs. We provide support in the areas of life skills, social skills, and community integration with an emphasis on pursuing personal goals and interests. Each day our staff provides guidance, support, and direction as needed on new skills/tasks, behavior management, personal development, social skills, and communication. They take pride in assisting individuals in achieving goals by maintaining knowledge of their learning styles, strengths, and support needs, and ensuring that skills are taught accordingly.

EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST
Previous experience working with individuals with intellectual and/or physical disabilities is a must!

Each day our staff provides guidance, support, and direction as needed on new skills/tasks, behavior management, personal development, social skills, and communication. They take pride in assisting individuals in achieving goals by maintaining knowledge of their learning styles, strengths, and support needs and ensuring that skills are taught accordingly.

The Employment Specialist is responsible for securing jobs for program participants and assisting in the development and growth of the agency’s employment services. This responsibility includes marketing, promotion, public relations, job development, employer training, job placement, job coaching, and all other related duties, and serving as liaison to agency employment services.

QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelor’s Degree and two years of relevant experience preferred or High School diploma or G.E.D. with three years of relevant experience.
• Previous experience with Employment is required
• Ability to comprehend and write English at the traditional Grade 12 level.
• Physically capable of performing direct service duties designated in the job description and carrying items up to 50 lbs. in weight.
• Possession of a valid driver’s license, a safe driving record, the ability to drive Agency vehicles, and an agreement to use one’s personal vehicle for business purposes.
• Acceptable Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) and fingerprint check.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES
• Develop and secure employment, job sampling, and training opportunities for individuals in accordance with their employment goals.
• Coordinate, monitor and evaluate employment sites including individual placements, enclaves, work crews, and situational assessment sites.
• Maintain professional relationships and ongoing communication with families, residential providers, area schools, collaborators, and DDS and MRC; and assist in coordinating referrals to agency employment services.
• Conduct vocational assessments and develop relevant employment plans for individuals.
• Coordinate and facilitate career plan meetings.
• Assess individuals’ employment skills to identify needs and generate a plan to meet those needs.
• Develop training curriculum and materials to educate individuals about on-the-job issues and to maximize job readiness skills.
• Develop and implement a plan for job development including intake process, skills training, resume writing, interviewing, job explanation, etc.
• Provide job coaching and develop natural supports at work sites as needed and provide training to program staff in job coaching roles.
• Provide training to employers (ADA, reasonable accommodation, hiring incentives, job carving, etc.)
• Maintain a network of area employers through independent contact and participation in community groups/organizations.
• Maximize use of social security work incentives including IRWE, PASS, PESS, etc.
• Coordinate benefit reviews with families or residential providers.

WORKING CONDITIONS
Employees are required to assist participants who may demonstrate aggressive or self-injurious behavior through direct intervention and conformance with behavioral programs.
Employee assignments and work schedules are subject to change contingent upon the needs of individual participants or groups of participants.

About CO-OP
CO-OP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting local citizens with developmental and other disabilities and brain injuries in a variety of residential and day programs, employment supports, and clinical services. Founded in 1972 and currently serving approximately 300 individuals and family members in Southeastern Massachusetts, CO-OP’s mission focuses on individualized services and community participation.

We offer scheduled hours in a friendly, team-oriented environment. We offer a competitive salary and an outstanding benefits package for full-time staff, including health insurance, dental, vision, supplemental life, and disability insurance, and a tax-deferred annuity plan. CO-OP offers a variety of different benefit perks for full-time staff such as opportunities for additional paid training, free life insurance, mileage reimbursement if applicable, tuition reimbursement, a generous paid time off benefit including accruals for extended leave, and more!

ID: #DS1002

ABI LPN UP TO $2k SIGN ON BONUS

CO-OP has 33 residential homes and 6 Day Programs. Our 24/7 supervised residential programs focus on a person-centered planning approach and working with individuals to create homes adapted to meet individual needs. We provide support in the areas of life skills, social skills, and community integration with an emphasis on pursuing personal goals and interests. Each day our staff provides guidance, support, and direction as needed on new skills/tasks, behavior management, personal development, social skills, and communication. They take pride in assisting individuals in achieving goals by maintaining knowledge of their learning styles, strengths, and support needs, and ensuring that skills are taught accordingly.

ABI LPN
The ABI LPN is responsible for implementing and monitoring an array of health care and other personal support services designed to enrich the lives of people with developmental and other disabilities and brain injuries. All duties shall be performed in a dignified and supportive manner so as not to diminish a person's self-identity or self-esteem. The ideal candidate will be experienced in providing diverse basic care to those who need it while remaining patient and calm.

A Sampling of Essential Duties:
• Administer medications and implement nursing treatment plans
• Confer with physicians, dentists, and therapists as appropriate
• Communicate with and provide necessary information on relevant health issues to parents, guardians, and applicable staff
• Respond to participant complaints of illness and recommend appropriate action
• Confer with pharmacists regarding medications and their acquisitions as appropriate
• Monitor seizure disorder records
• Monitor and assess the general health status of participants, including hygiene issues and skin integrity
• Administer minor first aid when necessary
• Complete all health-related documentation requirements
• Provide standard First Aid/CPR certification training and other assigned training to Agency employees

Requirements:
• Current Licensure by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a Practical Nurse
• Graduate of an accredited school of nursing
• Maintain current BLS Certification in Massachusetts
• Experience working with individuals with ABI preferred; CO-OP will provide training
• A valid driver’s license with a good driving record
• Acceptable Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) check, upon hire
• Acceptable screen against the OIG-LEIE (Office of the Inspector General's List of Excluded Individuals and Entities)

WORKING CONDITIONS
Employees are required to assist participants who may demonstrate aggressive or self-injurious behavior through direct intervention and conformance with behavioral programs.
Employee assignments and work schedules are subject to change contingent upon the needs of individual participants or groups of participants.

About CO-OP
CO-OP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting local citizens with developmental and other disabilities and brain injuries in a variety of residential and day programs, employment supports, and clinical services. Founded in 1972 and currently serving approximately 300 individuals and family members in Southeastern Massachusetts, CO-OP’s mission focuses on individualized services and community participation.

We offer scheduled hours in a friendly, team-oriented environment. We offer a competitive salary and an outstanding benefits package for full-time staff, including health insurance, dental, vision, supplemental life, and disability insurance, and a tax-deferred annuity plan. CO-OP offers a variety of different benefit perks for full-time staff such as opportunities for additional paid training, free life insurance, mileage reimbursement if applicable, tuition reimbursement, a generous paid time off benefit including accruals for extended leave, and more!

ID: #ABI1004

ABI Community Living Supervisor UP TO $2k SIGN ON BONUS

CO-OP has 33 residential homes and 6 Day Programs. Our 24/7 supervised residential programs focus on a person-centered planning approach and working with individuals to create homes adapted to meet individual needs. We provide support in the areas of life skills, social skills, and community integration with an emphasis on pursuing personal goals and interests. Each day our staff provides guidance, support, and direction as needed on new skills/tasks, behavior management, personal development, social skills, and communication. They take pride in assisting individuals in achieving goals by maintaining knowledge of their learning styles, strengths, and support needs and ensuring that skills are taught accordingly.

ABI COMMUNITY LIVING SUPERVISOR
The Community Living Supervisor is responsible for supervising and implementing an array of services to enrich the lives of people with varied disabilities. Services include but are not limited to, case management, transportation, the development of social relationships, and providing support in the areas of recreational, therapeutic, and personal living skills.

QUALIFICATIONS
• High School degree required, college degree preferred.
• Ability to comprehend and write English at the traditional Grade 12 level.
• Possession of a valid driver’s license, a safe driving record,
• Acceptable Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) and fingerprint check
• Three years of experience working with people with disabilities

ESSENTIAL DUTIES
• Oversee the day-to-day operation of the program (staff scheduling, medical appointments, community activities, maintenance, vehicles, menu planning, etc.)
• Supervise, support, and maintain the safety of individuals.
• Provide relevant training or assistance to individuals as identified in their ISP and/or as needed in life routines. Specific “training” may be in: communication skills, personal hygiene, daily living skills, recreation, and/or other skills as determined by the individual’s ISP.
• Facilitate monthly staff and house meetings, in conjunction with the C.O.C.L./Residential Coordinator II.
• Provide counseling and assistance as necessary to aid people in adapting to a new workplace or other community environments.
• Ensure required documentation is completed including but not limited to Progress Notes; program data; medication; cleaning checklist; Daily Log/Staff Communication; finances; time slips, etc.
• Assist individuals with medical appointments as necessary

Schedule: Tuesday through Friday 12 pm -8 pm and Saturday 10 am-6 pm

Job Type: Full-time

WORKING CONDITIONS
Employees are required to assist participants who may demonstrate aggressive or self-injurious behavior through direct intervention and conformance with behavioral programs.
Employee assignments and work schedules are subject to change contingent upon the needs of individual participants or groups of participants.

About CO-OP
CO-OP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting local citizens with developmental and other disabilities and brain injuries in a variety of residential and day programs, employment supports, and clinical services. Founded in 1972 and currently serving approximately 300 individuals and family members in Southeastern Massachusetts, CO-OP’s mission focuses on individualized services and community participation.

We offer scheduled hours in a friendly, team-oriented environment. We offer a competitive salary and an outstanding benefits package for full-time staff, including health insurance, dental, vision, supplemental life, and disability insurance, and a tax-deferred annuity plan. CO-OP offers a variety of different benefit perks for full-time staff such as opportunities for additional paid training, free life insurance, mileage reimbursement if applicable, tuition reimbursement, a generous paid time off benefit including accruals for extended leave, and more!

ID: #ABI1003

ABI Direct Care UP TO $2k SIGN ON BONUS

CO-OP has 33 residential homes and 6 Day Programs. Our 24/7 supervised residential programs focus on a person-centered planning approach and working with individuals to create homes adapted to meet individual needs. We provide support in the areas of life skills, social skills, and community integration with an emphasis on pursuing personal goals and interests. Each day our staff provides guidance, support, and direction as needed on new skills/tasks, behavior management, personal development, social skills, and communication. They take pride in assisting individuals in achieving goals by maintaining knowledge of their learning styles, strengths, and support needs, and ensuring that skills are taught accordingly.

ABI DIRECT CARE

ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Provide support, training, and assistance to individuals as assigned by the supervisor. These areas may include personal hygiene, daily living skills, recreation, and/or other skills as determined by the individual’s ISP and as needed in life routines. Participate as a team member in the ISP process and in person-centered planning as applicable. Implement support plans throughout the day, including behavioral and therapeutic requirements. Ensure all required documentation is completed, which includes but is not limited to progress notes; program data; medication; cleaning checklist, daily log/staff communication; finances; and time slips. Daily administering and documenting medication for each individual as prescribed by a physician in accordance with the Medication Administration Policy (MAP) is a must.

Previous experience working with individuals with intellectual and/or physical disabilities is preferred; however, training is provided for those people who do not have the experience but who have the heart for this work.

REQUIREMENTS
• Valid driver’s license and good driving record required
• Acceptable Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) and fingerprinting required
• MAP certification is required within three months of hire date – higher pay rate is based on being MAP certified

WORKING CONDITIONS
Employees are required to assist participants who may demonstrate aggressive or self-injurious behavior through direct intervention and conformance with behavioral programs.
Employee assignments and work schedules are subject to change contingent upon the needs of individual participants or groups of participants.

About CO-OP
CO-OP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting local citizens with developmental and other disabilities and brain injuries in a variety of residential and day programs, employment supports, and clinical services. Founded in 1972 and currently serving approximately 300 individuals and family members in Southeastern Massachusetts, CO-OP’s mission focuses on individualized services and community participation.

We offer scheduled hours in a friendly, team-oriented environment. We offer a competitive salary and an outstanding benefits package for full-time staff, including health insurance, dental, vision, supplemental life, and disability insurance, and a tax-deferred annuity plan. CO-OP offers a variety of different benefit perks for full-time staff such as opportunities for additional paid training, free life insurance, mileage reimbursement if applicable, tuition reimbursement, a generous paid time off benefit including accruals for extended leave, and more!

ID: #ABI1002

Day Services Instructor UP TO $2k SIGN ON BONUS

CO-OP has 33 residential homes and 6 Day Programs. Our 24/7 supervised residential programs focus on a person-centered planning approach and working with individuals to create homes adapted to meet individual needs. We provide support in the areas of life skills, social skills, and community integration with an emphasis on pursuing personal goals and interests. Each day our staff provides guidance, support, and direction as needed on new skills/tasks, behavior management, personal development, social skills, and communication. They take pride in assisting individuals in achieving goals by maintaining knowledge of their learning styles, strengths, and support needs, and ensuring that skills are taught accordingly.

DAY SERVICES INSTRUCTOR
At CO-OP, we define ourselves not by our perceived abilities or disabilities but by the similarities we all share. Our instructors are responsible for providing an array of vocational, self-help, therapeutic, and community-based activities, designed to enrich the lives of people with developmental disabilities. Services include but are not limited to case management, transportation, the development of social relationships, providing support in the areas of work and recreation, and therapeutic and personal living skills.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Valid Driver’s license and good driving record required
• Acceptable Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) & Fingerprinting required
• Minimum of One year of experience working with people with developmental disabilities.

WORKING CONDITIONS
Employees are required to assist participants who may demonstrate aggressive or self-injurious behavior through direct intervention and conformance with behavioral programs.
Employee assignments and work schedules are subject to change contingent upon the needs of individual participants or groups of participants.

About CO-OP
CO-OP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting local citizens with developmental and other disabilities and brain injuries in a variety of residential and day programs, employment supports, and clinical services. Founded in 1972 and currently serving approximately 300 individuals and family members in Southeastern Massachusetts, CO-OP’s mission focuses on individualized services and community participation.

We offer scheduled hours in a friendly, team-oriented environment. We offer a competitive salary and an outstanding benefits package for full-time staff, including health insurance, dental, vision, supplemental life, and disability insurance, and a tax-deferred annuity plan. CO-OP offers a variety of different benefit perks for full-time staff such as opportunities for additional paid training, free life insurance, mileage reimbursement if applicable, tuition reimbursement, a generous paid time off benefit including accruals for extended leave, and more!

ID: #DS1001

Residential Direct Care UP TO $2K SIGN ON BONUS!

CO-OP has 33 residential homes and 6 Day Programs. Our 24/7 supervised residential programs focus on a person-centered planning approach and working with individuals to create homes adapted to meet individual needs. We provide support in the areas of life skills, social skills, and community integration with an emphasis on pursuing personal goals and interests. Each day our staff provides guidance, support, and direction as needed on new skills/tasks, behavior management, personal development, social skills, and communication. They take pride in assisting individuals in achieving goals by maintaining knowledge of their learning styles, strengths, and support needs and ensuring that skills are taught accordingly.

RESIDENTIAL DIRECT CARE
Provide support, training, and assistance to individuals as assigned by the supervisor. These areas may include personal hygiene, daily living skills, recreation, and/or other skills as determined by the individual’s ISP and as needed in life routines. Participate as a team member in the ISP process and in person-centered planning as applicable. Implement support plans throughout the day, including behavioral and therapeutic requirements. Ensure all required documentation is completed, which includes but is not limited to progress notes; program data; medication; cleaning checklist, daily log/staff communication; finances; and time slips. Previous experience working with individuals with intellectual and/or physical disabilities is preferred; however, training is provided for those who do not have the experience but who have the heart for this work. Daily administering and documenting the medications of each individual as prescribed by a physician in accordance with the Medication Administration Policy (MAP) is a must.

Requirements:
• Valid Driver’s license and good driving record required
• Acceptable Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) & Fingerprinting required
• MAP certification is required within three months of hire date - Higher pay rate is based on being MAP certified

WORKING CONDITIONS
Employees are required to assist participants who may demonstrate aggressive or self-injurious behavior through direct intervention and conformance with behavioral programs.
Employee assignments and work schedules are subject to change contingent upon the needs of individual participants or groups of participants.

About CO-OP
CO-OP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting local citizens with developmental and other disabilities and brain injuries in a variety of residential and day programs, employment supports, and clinical services. Founded in 1972 and currently serving approximately 300 individuals and family members in Southeastern Massachusetts, CO-OP’s mission focuses on individualized services and community participation.

We offer scheduled hours in a friendly, team-oriented environment. We offer a competitive salary and an outstanding benefits package for full-time staff, including health insurance, dental, vision, supplemental life, and disability insurance, and a tax-deferred annuity plan. CO-OP offers a variety of different benefit perks for full-time staff such as opportunities for additional paid training, free life insurance, mileage reimbursement if applicable, tuition reimbursement, a generous paid time off benefit including accruals for extended leave, and more!

ID: #RS1001

Residential Community Living Supervisor UP TO $2k SIGN ON BONUS

CO-OP has 33 residential homes and 6 Day Programs. Our 24/7 supervised residential programs focus on a person-centered planning approach and working with individuals to create homes adapted to meet individual needs. We provide support in the areas of life skills, social skills, and community integration with an emphasis on pursuing personal goals and interests. Each day our staff provides guidance, support, and direction as needed on new skills/tasks, behavior management, personal development, social skills, and communication. They take pride in assisting individuals in achieving goals by maintaining knowledge of their learning styles, strengths, and support needs, and ensuring that skills are taught accordingly.

The Community Living Supervisor is responsible for supervising and implementing an array of services to enrich the lives of people with developmental disabilities. Services include but are not limited to, case management, transportation, the development of social relationships, and providing support in the areas of recreational, therapeutic, and personal living skills.

Duties shall be carried out in conformance to the Agency’s purpose and philosophy and in a manner that recognizes values associated with Life Quality.

This position is scheduled Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, and Tuesday through Friday 1:00 pm - 9:00 pm.

QUALIFICATIONS
• High School degree required, college degree preferred.
• Ability to comprehend and write English at the traditional Grade 12 level.
• Possession of a valid driver’s license and an agreement to use one’s personal vehicle for business purposes.
• Three years of management experience working with people with developmental disabilities.
• Acceptable Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) and Fingerprint check.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES
• Oversee the day-to-day operation of the program (staff scheduling, medical appointments, community activities, maintenance, vehicles, menu planning, etc.
• Trains, supervises, and evaluates residential staff in conjunction with the C.O.C.L./Residential Coordinator II. Participates in interviewing and hiring new staff.
• Supervise, support, and maintain the safety of individuals.
• Provide relevant training or assistance to individuals as identified in their ISP and/or as needed in life routines. Specific “training” may be in: communication skills, personal hygiene, daily living skills, recreation, and/or other skills as determined by the individual’s ISP.
• Monitor and implement service plans throughout the day including behavioral and therapeutic requirements.
• Provide case management responsibilities and/or service documentation requirements as assigned and defined by the C.O.C.L./Residential Coordinator II.
• Facilitate monthly staff and house meetings.
• Provide counseling and assistance as necessary to aid people in adapting to a new workplace or other community environments.
• Attend required In-services.
• Provide or facilitate transportation arrangements optimally using natural supports.
• Perform all duties in conformance to, or in recognition of existing Agency policies and procedures including the personnel Manual.
• Assist individuals with medical appointments as necessary.
• Monitor individual’s medical needs as well as doctor’s orders, medication sheets, diets, etc.
• Ensure required documentation is completed including but not limited to Progress Notes; program data; medication; cleaning checklist; Daily Log/Staff Communication; finances; time slips, etc.
• Assume various other and related duties as assigned by the C.O.C.L./Residential Coordinator II.
• Where necessary, serve as a communication link between residents, family members, guardians, and other service providers.
• Assist in the management of the program budget and financial record keeping to ensure accuracy and compliance.

WORKING CONDITIONS
Employees are required to assist participants who may demonstrate aggressive or self-injurious behavior through direct intervention and conformance with behavioral programs.
Employee assignments and work schedules are subject to change contingent upon the needs of individual participants or groups of participants.

About CO-OP
CO-OP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting local citizens with developmental and other disabilities and brain injuries in a variety of residential and day programs, employment supports, and clinical services. Founded in 1972 and currently serving approximately 300 individuals and family members in Southeastern Massachusetts, CO-OP’s mission focuses on individualized services and community participation.

We offer scheduled hours in a friendly, team-oriented environment. We offer a competitive salary and an outstanding benefits package for full-time staff, including health insurance, dental, vision, supplemental life, and disability insurance, and a tax-deferred annuity plan. CO-OP offers a variety of different benefit perks for full-time staff such as opportunities for additional paid training, free life insurance, mileage reimbursement if applicable, tuition reimbursement, a generous paid time off benefit including accruals for extended leave, and more!

ID: #RS1003