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Serving the Communities of Beverly, Essex, Gloucester, Hamilton, Ipswich, Rockport, Topsfield, Wenham & Manchester-By-The-Sea



Have a desire to help others? 

SeniorCare, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation, is committed to hiring highly qualified candidates and providing those individuals with the opportunity to work in a friendly, diverse environment comprised of people who share a desire to help fulfill and support our mission.

Consider joining our team!

We believe every individual’s unique life experience helps us make a positive impact on our consumers, thus every position within SeniorCare contributes to helping our consumers to live more independently within our communities.  

When you join SeniorCare, you make a difference in the lives of elders, and adults with disabilities, every day.  

SeniorCare, Inc. is committed to serving a diverse consumer population and fulfilling our agency mission through employee, volunteer and business partners who reflect this diversity. Qualified veteran, minority, female, disabled, bilingual and LBGT candidates of all ages, creeds, religions and national origins are encouraged to apply.

SeniorCare offers a competitive benefit package for eligible employees*
  • Health and Dental Insurance 
  • Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Emergency Travel Assistance
  • Earned Time Program
  • Flex Time Policy
  • 11 Paid Holidays
  • 403 (b) Retirement Plan
  • Flexible Spending Account
*A more complete listing of employee benefits and eligibility is found in the SeniorCare Employee Handbook.

Letters of interest, or resumes with salary requirements, may be sent to:

SeniorCare Inc.
Human Resources Department
49 Blackburn Center
Gloucester MA 01930

(978) 281-1750
TDD (978) 282-1836
Fax (978) 281-1753

SeniorCare Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.  AA/EEO

The Organization

Founded in 1972, SeniorCare serves as the regional
agency of what is commonly known as the “Aging      

Services Network.” SeniorCare’s activities are based upon a belief in community, choice, independence, respect and compassion. Our service area encompasses approximately 27,000  seniors, and over 4,000 are served each year.

The annual budget of approximately $11 million comes  primarily from state and federal government sources and  fees for services. The Executive Director reports to a 16  member Board of Directors and works closely in partnership with an Advisory Council, community agencies, the medical  community, with volunteers and supporters and with a  dynamic staff of 90 employees.

Services and Programs

SeniorCare provides a continuum of care to elders and disabled adults. 

Programs and services include: information and referral, care management and home care, care transitions, health education and screening, home-delivered and congregate meals, housing search and advocacy services, long-term care ombudsman, social services, protective services, caregiver services, money management assistance, nursing services, and senior volunteer programs.

SeniorCare is a consumer-centered organization which exists to provide and coordinate services to elders and others which enable them to live independently at home or in a setting of their choice while remaining a part of their community.



Care Transitions Care Manager - Full Time (35 Hours)

The Care Transitions Care Manager is part of an interdisciplinary team responsible for the provision of  consumer-centered assessment, service authorization, service plan coordination, reassessment and monitoring of services provided to assist consumers to live independently in the community. 

The CTCM will work closely with SeniorCare and nursing facility staff in identifying and assisting consumers to return to the community following hospitalization, rehabilitation or nursing home long term care placement.  This individual must work cooperatively with consumers and their informal and formal supports, providing information and referral, follow-up and advocacy services as well as appropriately documenting ongoing activities in the consumer record.

We are seeking an individual with a Bachelor’s Degree in social work, human services, nursing or a related field who is a LSW or committed to obtaining licensure within a reasonable time frame. Experience working with older people and/or in a community service setting is preferred.

Proficiency at facilitating family and discharge meetings, assessing needs and developing individualized, goal oriented service plans incorporating a thorough knowledge of community supports is required. Intermediate computer skills are necessary for documentation, reports and research. Experience with Nursing Home, Day Program or Hospital Social Work is a plus. 


Hoarding Specialist – Part Time (14 hours/wk)

The Hoarding Specialist participates as an integral member of the Protective Services Team by accepting referrals for consumers who hoard, addressing the risks caused by hoarding and in some cases, preventing the need for Protective Services intervention. Responsibilities include: Coordinating vendor trainings on the Harm Reduction Model of intervention; facilitating writing and implementation of consumer centered harm reduction plan for the harm reduction team; consistent communication with vendors to assure compliance with established plans, including home visits to ensure progress is taking place or plans are adjusted as needed; facilitating support groups for persons who hoard and their family members; collaborating with other agencies and community partners on hoarding initiatives; promoting the availability of these services to those who could benefit; and acting as a supportive resource for staff in service planning

We are seeking candidates who have a Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field, with an LCSW or eligibility to obtain within a reasonable time frame. 

Demonstrated communication skills necessary for appropriate interaction with these consumers and their support systems, experience in leading groups, and the ability to work with minimal supervision are required. The position also requires intermediate computer skills and the ability to travel throughout our agency catchment area and to meetings as needed.


Clinical Assessment and Eligibility RN – Part Time

This position will be 18 hours per week, during office hours Tuesday through Friday – no holiday, night or weekend hours required! The CAE RN assesses the eligibility of community and nursing home residents for a variety of community based programs. It requires and RN with a MA license, intermediate level computer skills and three years of clinical experience. Hands-on skilled nursing services are not part of this position, however excellent assessment skills are critical.

Candidates may submit resume with salary requirements to: or mail to Human Resources Director, SeniorCare Inc. 49 Blackburn Center, Gloucester MA 01930. Qualified veteran, minority, female, disabled, bilingual and LGBT candidates of all ages, religions and national origins are encouraged to apply. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer  


Prospective interns, or their advisers, may contact us at 978-281-1750 or 1-866-927-1050. 


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Please check this site regularly for updates. Please contact Human Resources if you or someone you know is interested in a listed position.

Candidates may submit resume with salary requirements to: or mail to Human Resources Director, SeniorCare, Inc. 49 Blackburn Center, Gloucester MA 01930.