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The Disability Policy Consortium is hiring! If you'd like to become a part of this great organization and make a change and difference in the community, please send us your resume!

The Ombudsman serves as a complaint response and investigatory interface for people contacting the Ombudsman Office by phone, email or in person. This position provides ombudsman services, facilitates communications, investigates and seek remedies for,· and provides information and assistance as necessary regarding concerns and issues raised by MassHealth Health Plan enrollees and other interested individuals. The Ombudsman 1-Lead then categorizes and documents these issues and concerns in a secured database system and submits required reports as necessary. The Ombudsman operates in a manner to preserve the privacy and confidentiality of those seeking services and maintains an independent, neutral/impartial position with respect to the concerns raised. 

The Ombudsman is part of a team that will be trained in the Independent Living Philosophy; Eligibility and enrollment process for all MassHealth Health Plans; Each Health Plan's services and benefits, rights and responsibilities, each Health Plan's resolution and appeals processes; and other informational resources. The Ombudsman will also have access to the “Health Plan" database to facilitate accurate and timely delivery of program specific information. 

The Ombudsman is also responsible for supporting and assisting other ombudsmen should the OOM or Project Director be unavailable. The Ombudsman operates under the general direction of the Ombudsman Operations Manager and in accordance with contractual requirements.

 

Job Duties:

  1. General Duties
    • Provides information and referral to contacts regarding MassHealth, MassHealth Health Plan programs,  program services and related concerns or issues
    • Researches (as necessary) and provides information to inquiry requests
    • Listens and understands issues while remaining neutral with respect to the facts attempting to understand the issue from the perspective of the individual
    • Assists in reframing issues and helps complainants focus attention on and evaluate potential options. Helps individuals to understand the interests of various parties related to their issue(s)
    • Guides or coaches individuals as required to work directly with MassHealth health Plans, and other parties, including the use of, and/or referral to, informal and formal resolution
    • Facilitates mediations and resolution processes, including resolving issues between parties through various types of informal mediation
    • Enters data into, and accesses information from, the Case Management and Health Plan databases in accordance with the security and confidentiality policies and requirements established by and contractual obligations
    • Supports MassHealth Health Plan enrollees throughout grievance and appeals processes
    • Obtains consent from a complainant before:
      • Proceeding with the investigation
      • Releasing the identity of the complainant
    • Informs potential and current MassHealth Health Plan enrollees as to how to obtain services from MassHealth Health Plan contractors and from the Ombudsman Office
    • Serves as an informal liaison between the Office and Interested Parties, enrollees, MassHealth Health Plans and stakeholders
    • Requests information and assistance from MassHealth Health Plan contractors and MassHealth as necessary in order to carry out the discharge of its responsibilities
    • Keeps the Ombudsman Operations Manager informed regarding the overall status clientele and  activities
    • Identifies new issues and opportunities to respond to systemic change in the State's MassHealth Health Plan programs. Provides unfiltered information in order to produce insight to issues and resolutions. Serves as a source for detection and early warning of new issues. Suggests systemic changes to improve MassHealth Health Plan services, benefits and processes
    • Provide the Outreach Manager with stories of MassHealth Health Plan programs and  clientele that can be helpful to MassHealth Health Plans and  marketing and outreach campaigns
    • Complies with Ombudsman Position Contractual Requirements Appendix A
    • Other duties as assigned
  2. Protected Information Security
    • Ensures paper copies of personally identifying information (PII) or other sensitive information are only kept in locked filing cabinets and/or offices identified by DPC and third-parties are not allowed access to physical or electronic data or records
    • Ensures and maintains the privacy and confidentiality of information and records. Is responsible for maintaining the privacy, integrity and storage of personal identifying information, including the accurate and timely reporting of any actual or potential security or PII breaches as contractually required
    • At the direction of the Project Director or OOM and accordance with State and  policies and procedures provides EOHHS with access to  program data
    • Complies with all applicable laws, regulations and contractual provisions and abides by the procedures and requirements to maintain privacy and confidentiality as outlined in the EOHHS contract Appendix B

  3. General Program Support
    • Perform day-to-day program tasks such as documenting contacts, preparing meeting notes and reports and internal support materials; following operational, programmatic, operations, reporting and financial policies and procedures; faxing; copying; following established protocols for paper and electronic files and filing system; processing forms and paperwork; assists with compiling, completing and distribution of reporting  documents
    • Conducts themselves in a professional manner at all times. Answers and fields telephone calls. Responds to and fields emails. Provides information within protocol parameters to the general public, clientele, grant representatives and subcontractors, and others as directed by answering questions and responding to informational requests in an appropriate, accurate and timely manner
    • Documents required grant activities and prepares and submits all required reporting paperwork in a timely manner
    • Ensures the professional quality, technical accuracy, and timely completion and delivery of duties and responsibilities of their position

 

Qualifications:

Demonstrated Competencies in the following: 

  • Strong interpersonal communication skills, including an ability to listen objectively but with empathy to people of varying levels of education and abilities
  • Experience using computers and ability to navigate the internet
  • Excellent problem solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment
  • Ability to multitask and work independently
  • Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills; demonstrated organizational skills
  • Demonstrated ability to remain calm in a crisis, nonjudgmental and maintain confidentiality
  • Demonstrated ability to convey complex information in a simple, clear, and understandable manner
  • Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Demonstrated organizational skills

 

PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS 

Education:
A Bachelor's degree or equivalent in social science, conflict resolution or related field including human resources, social services, psychology or counseling. Relevant professional experience or academic work: may be substituted for a Bachelor's degree.    

Experience:

  • At least one year customer service
  • At least three years of experience working in a customer service, health care setting or related field with supervisory experience is preferred.
  • Prior knowledge of ombudsman programs, disability civil rights policy, and the health care environment in Massachusetts is a plus, but not required
  • Experience with customer or client services preferred
  • Prior experience with state or federal health care programs for people with disabilities preferred
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse populations, with a strong preference for someone with a lived experience or extensive cultural knowledge of disabilities
  • Preferred experience working with MassHealth programs and services
  • Ability to properly maintain proprietary and confidential information 

Upon hire, the successful candidate must be cleared through the state's Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) service.

Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to:
Attn: Jennifer Morazes
Disability Policy Consortium
11 Dartmouth Street, Ste. 301
Malden, MA 02148

Or an email with a cover letter and resume as PDF attachments to jenniferm@myombudsman.org with subject: Staff Interpreter for the Deaf/ Hard of Hearing.

 

 

 

The Itinerant Ombudsman- serves as a complaint response and investigatory interface for people contacting the Ombudsman Office by phone, email or in person. This position provides ombudsman services, facilitates communications, investigates and seek remedies for,· and provides information and assistance as necessary regarding concerns and issues raised by MassHealth Health Plan enrollees and other interested individuals. The Ombudsman 1-Lead then categorizes and documents these issues and concerns in a secured database system and submits required reports as necessary. The Ombudsman operates in a manner to preserve the privacy and confidentiality of those seeking services and maintains an independent, neutral/impartial position with respect to the concerns raised. 

The Itinerant Ombudsman- will provide ombudsman services throughout the state by scheduling office hours at specific locations based in a variety of community-based organizations and health care agencies. The itinerant ombudsman position will utilize a train the trainer approach at each site. Key staff at these sites (supervisory and customer facing) will receive comprehensive training from the itinerant ombudsman regarding the ombudsman program, services and benefits. As a result staff positions at each site will be able to answer basic informational questions about the ombudsman program and direct enrollees with questions, concerns or complaints to the central office. 

The Itinerant Ombudsman is part of a team that will be trained in the Independent Living Philosophy; Eligibility and enrollment process for all MassHealth Health Plans; Each Health Plan's services and benefits, rights and responsibilities, each Health Plan's resolution and appeals processes; and other informational resources. The Ombudsman will also have access to the “Health Plan" database to facilitate accurate and timely delivery of program specific information.

The Itinerant Ombudsman operates under the general direction of the Ombudsman Operations Manager and in accordance with contractual requirements.

 

Job Duties: 

  1. General Duties
    • Provides information and referral to contacts regarding MassHealth, MassHealth Health Plan programs,  program services and related concerns or issues
    • Researches (as necessary) and provides information to inquiry requests
    • Listens and understands issues while remaining neutral with respect to the facts attempting to understand the issue from the perspective of the individual
    • Assists in reframing issues and helps complainants focus attention on and evaluate potential options. Helps individuals to understand the interests of various parties related to their issue(s)
    • Guides or coaches individuals as required to work directly with MassHealth health Plans, and other parties, including the use of, and/or referral to, informal and formal resolution
    • Conduct outreach and address the ombudsman concerns and needs of Deaf individuals, families and communities
    • Facilitates mediations and resolution processes, including resolving issues between parties through various types of informal mediation
    • Enters data into, and accesses information from, the Case Management and Health Plan databases in accordance with the security and confidentiality policies and requirements established by and contractual obligations
    • Supports MassHealth Health Plan enrollees throughout grievance and appeals processes
    • Obtains consent from a complainant before:
      • Proceeding with the investigation
      • Releasing the identity of the complainant
    • Informs potential and current MassHealth Health Plan enrollees as to how to obtain services from MassHealth Health Plan contractors and from the Ombudsman Office
    • Serves as an informal liaison between the Office and Interested Parties, enrollees, MassHealth Health Plans and stakeholders
    • Requests information and assistance from MassHealth Health Plan contractors and MassHealth as necessary in order to carry out the discharge of its responsibilities
    • Keeps the Ombudsman Operations Manager informed regarding the overall status clientele and  activities
    • Identifies new issues and opportunities to respond to systemic change in the State's MassHealth Health Plan programs. Provides unfiltered information in order to produce insight to issues and resolutions. Serves as a source for detection and early warning of new issues. Suggests systemic changes to improve MassHealth Health Plan services, benefits and processes
    • Provide the Outreach Manager with stories of MassHealth Health Plan programs and  clientele that can be helpful to MassHealth Health Plans and  marketing and outreach campaigns
    • Complies with Ombudsman Position Contractual Requirements Appendix A
    • Other duties as assigned

  2. Protected Information Security
    • Ensures paper copies of personally identifying information (PII) or other sensitive information are only kept in locked filing cabinets and/or offices identified by DPC and third-parties are not allowed access to physical or electronic data or records
    • Ensures and maintains the privacy and confidentiality of information and records. Is responsible for maintaining the privacy, integrity and storage of personal identifying information, including the accurate and timely reporting of any actual or potential security or PII breaches as contractually required
    • At the direction of the Project Director or OOM and accordance with State and  policies and procedures provides EOHHS with access to  program data
    • Complies with all applicable laws, regulations and contractual provisions and abides by the procedures and requirements to maintain privacy and confidentiality as outlined in the EOHHS contract Appendix B

  3. General Program Support
    • Perform day-to-day program tasks such as documenting contacts, preparing meeting notes and reports and internal support materials; following operational, programmatic, operations, reporting and financial policies and procedures; faxing; copying; following established protocols for paper and electronic files and filing system; processing forms and paperwork; assists with compiling, completing and distribution of reporting  documents
    • Conducts themselves in a professional manner at all times. Answers and fields telephone calls. Responds to and fields emails. Provides information within protocol parameters to the general public, clientele, grant representatives and subcontractors, and others as directed by answering questions and responding to informational requests in an appropriate, accurate and timely manner
    • Documents required grant activities and prepares and submits all required reporting paperwork in a timely manner
    • Ensures the professional quality, technical accuracy, and timely completion and delivery of duties and responsibilities of their position

 

Qualifications: 

Demonstrated Competencies in the following: 

  • Strong interpersonal communication skills, including an ability to listen objectively but with empathy to people of varying levels of education and abilities
  • Experience using computers and ability to navigate the internet
  • Excellent problem solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a team environment
  • Ability to multitask and work independently
  • Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills; demonstrated organizational skills
  • Demonstrated ability to remain calm in a crisis, nonjudgmental and maintain confidentiality
  • Demonstrated ability to convey complex information in a simple, clear, and understandable manner
  • Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Demonstrated organizational skills

 

PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS 

Education:
A Bachelor's degree or equivalent in social science, conflict resolution or related field including human resources, social services, psychology or counseling. Relevant professional experience or academic work: may be substituted for a Bachelor's degree.   

Experience:

  • At least one year customer service
  • At least three years of experience working in a customer service, health care setting or related field with supervisory experience is preferred.
  • Prior knowledge of ombudsman programs, disability civil rights policy, and the health care environment in Massachusetts is a plus, but not required
  • Experience with customer or client services preferred
  • Prior experience with state or federal health care programs for people with disabilities preferred
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse populations, with a strong preference for someone with a lived experience or extensive cultural knowledge of disabilities
  • Preferred experience working with MassHealth programs and services
  • Ability to properly maintain proprietary and confidential information

Upon hire, the successful candidate must be cleared through the state's Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) service.

Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to:
Attn: Jennifer Morazes
Disability Policy Consortium
11 Dartmouth Street, Ste. 301
Malden, MA 02148

Or an email with a cover letter and resume as PDF attachments to jenniferm@myombudsman.org with subject: Staff Interpreter for the Deaf/ Hard of Hearing.

 

 

 

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS JOB DESCRIPTION 

Do you love the smell of office supply stores? Do you actually sort your sock drawer? If so, you may be the perfect fit as our Director of Operations! Like many nonprofit organizations, the Disability Policy Consortium (DPC) is led by idealists: funny, brilliant, strategic, and completely unorganized. We’re looking for someone who loves creating order from chaos, and who loves collaborating with a diverse group of people to find solutions.

The Director of Operations is responsible for ensuring that everything is well-coordinated, including creating and providing guidance on new and existing policies, ensuring that lines of communication within the organization are clear, and that employees have the resources they need to do their work.

This is a broad role, requiring organization, creativity, and sensitivity, and is not for the faint of heart! Our ideal candidate is competent, a self-starter, and able to plan and coordinate many operational activities simultaneously. The Director of Operations must be an effective leader who can discover the most efficient ways to run the day-to-day operations of the organization.

The Director of Operations operates under the general direction of DPC's Executive Director, and the Deputy Director.

 

JOB DUTIES: 

1. OFFICE COORDINATION

  • Maintains the office logistics such as coordination of personnel, office calendars, and ensures adequate supplies are always available to the organization.
  • Has chief administrative responsibility for the personnel and facilities operation and management of the DPC.
  • Develops, refines and supervises operational structures, policies and practices.
  • Functions as a key member of the Senior Management Team. Provides guidance and direction to employees.

2. BOARD OF DIRECTORS

  • Coordinates and oversees all aspects of bimonthly Board of Directors meetings, monthly Executive Committee meetings, and monitors Committee meetings.
  • Maintains Board minutes and records.

3. PERSONNEL

  • Maintains and tracks all human resources information.
  • Works to ensure harmonious day-to-day operations of the office.
  • Is responsible for coordination of recruitment and on-boarding of new staff.

4. FISCAL MANAGEMENT

  • Ensures smooth flow of financial operations working with the patr-time CFO.
  • Ensures all records are maintained and ready for the annual financial audit of the organization with the part-time CFO.

5. EVENTS

  • Manage event details such as decor, catering, entertainment, transportation, location, invitee list, special guests, equipment, promotional material, reasonable accommodations, etc. as needed.
  • Coordinate volunteers and/or staff requirements.
  • roactively handle any arising issues and troubleshoot any emerging problems on the event day.

6. OTHER DUTIES

  • Maintains the DPC website with the web developer subcontractor.
  • Monitors the DPC Social Media accounts and postings.
  • Other responsibilities as assigned by the Executive Director or Deputy Director.

 

QUALIFICATIONS: 

Demonstrated Competencies in the following: 

  • Demonstrated organizational and leadership skills
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills, including an ability to listen objectively but with empathy to diverse populations including people of varying cultural backgrounds, levels of education and abilities
  • Self-starter; ability to multitask and work independently
  • Excellent problem solving, conflict resolution, mediation and negotiation skills
  • Demonstrated ability to remain calm in a crisis, nonjudgmental and maintain confidentiality
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills; demonstrated ability to convey complex information in a simple, clear, and understandable manner
  • Experience with creating and improving organizational policies and procedures
  • Familiarity with financial information and budgets desired
  • Prior knowledge of disability civil rights policy, and the health care environment in Massachusetts is a plus, but not required
  • Strong preference for someone with a lived experience or extensive cultural knowledge of disabilities
  • Conducts themselves in a professional manner at all times, with the ability to properly maintain confidential information
  • Experience using Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel; experience with programs such as Salesforce or Constant Contact desired

 

PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION:
A Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Business Administration or related field including human resources, social services, psychology or counseling. Relevant professional experience or academic work: may be substituted for a Bachelor's degree.

Upon hire, the successful candidate must be cleared through the state's Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) service. 

Salary $55,000-$62,000. DPC provides a flexible work schedule (including one work from home day), a collaborative and supportive work environment, and reimbursement for health insurance expenses. 

The DPC encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply. The DPC is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, veteran status, military service, genetic information, receipt of free medical care, or any other category protected under applicable federal, state, or local law. 

Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to:
Attn: Colin Killick
Disability Policy Consortium
11 Dartmouth Street, Ste. 301
Malden, MA 02148 

Or an email with a cover letter and resume as PDF attachments to ckillick@dpcma.org with subject: Director of Operations




The Disability Policy Consortium is seeking a part-time ASL/English Interpreter. The Disability Policy Consortium is the site for the My Ombudsman Program. The My Ombudsman Program provides a neutral entity to resolve the concerns of MassHealth members with their health plans. To fulfill this mission, My Ombudsman employs a full-time Deaf/Hard of Hearing Ombudsman. The DPC also employs a part-time Deaf Information/Technology Manager for this project.

Reports to: Director

  • Description/Responsibilities
    • Provide ASL/English Interpretation for DPC staff members and Deaf/Hard of Hearing plan members, including trainings, meetings, appointments, telephone conversations, written communications and outreaches
    • Travel to and from outreach assignments with Ombudsman
    • Coordination with additional interpreters as needed

  • Requirements
    • Fluent in ASL and spoken and written English, as well as other signed modalities (ie PSE, SEE-II, Cued Speech and the Rochester Method
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality
    • Knowledge of healthcare terminology
    • Must be able to travel for outreaches within region
    • Strong interpersonal communication skills
    • Demonstrated cultural competency with the Deaf community as well as people who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing that do not identify as culturally Deaf
    • Experience using computers and ability to navigate the internet
    • Excellent problem solving and conflict resolution skills
    • Ability to work effectively in a team environment
    • Organizational skills
    • Ability to work in a cross-disability environment

    PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Eductation:
    • MA State Interpretation Certification/ NAD/RID Certification. Bachelor's degree preferred.
  • Experience:
    • At least three years of professional experience providing interpretation for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing population
    • Knowledge of healthcare settings
    • Prior knowledge of ombudsman programs, disability civil rights policy, and the health care environment in Massachusetts - especially MassHealth - is a plus, but not required
    • Experience with customer or client services preferred
    • Ability to work effectively with diverse populations, with a strong preference for someone with a lived experience or extensive cultural knowledge of disabilities
  • Upon hire, the successful candidate must be cleared through the state's Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) service.

    The DPC encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply. The DPC is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, veteran status, military service, genetic information, receipt of free medical care, or any other category protected under applicable federal, state, or local law.

    Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to:
    Attn: Jennifer Morazes
    Disability Policy Consortium
    11 Dartmouth Street, Ste. 301
    Malden, MA 02148

    Or an email with a cover letter and resume as PDF attachments to jenniferm@myombudsman.org with subject: Staff Interpreter for the Deaf/ Hard of Hearing.




    About the Organization: Disability Policy Consortium is an advocacy, policy, and research organization focused on Disability Rights issues and run by people with disabilities. Our guiding philosophy is “About Us, By Us”—that people with disabilities have both the right and the lived expertise necessary to be at the table leading every aspect of policymaking that impacts our community. Our research is done under the umbrella name “YesHealth,” in collaboration with local and national partners, and is designed to directly inform policymaking and advocacy efforts. We engage in both Participatory Action Research (PAR) and Community-based Participatory Action Research (CPAR) models of research. Our research is conducted in collaboration with disability advocacy groups across Massachusetts, universities and other organizations/funders that advance CBPAR and broader PAR principles.

    Why YesHealth? Too often policymakers and healthcare professionals work under a false paradigm that defines disability as absence of good health. This paradigm leads to social programming and policy development that denies or limits the human and civil rights of people disabilities. YesHealth, as the name implies says "yes" to health justice for people with disabilities. Starting at the community level, our goal is to:

    • Strengthen the voice of the disability community
    • Promote personal agency
    • Promulgate evidence-based action steps that will advance just healthcare policies that advance the human and civil rights of people with disabilities

    Still in its early stages of growth, we are incrementally building the capacity of YesHealth. We have conducted small research projects on the impact of shifting healthcare environment in Massachusetts on people with disabilities in the state. This has led recommendations for action steps to protect the rights of people with disabilities, and meetings with policymakers at MassHealth impact healthcare policies. Our modest team has also received multiple grants from national partners such as The Patient-Centered Outcome Research Institute (PCORI) and National Institute on Disability Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR).

    About the position

    The research coordinator will:

    • Implement current YesHealth activities in collaboration with other DPC staff and external collaborators
    • Develop and lead new research projects that advance disability rights
    • Establish strong working relationship other disability organizations such as Independent Living Centers, Recovery Learning Communities, Substance Use Disorder advocacy organizations
    • Standardize core competencies to enable to evaluate and improve the methodological rigor of YesHealth
    • Create and implement a growth and financial sustainability strategy for YesHealth

    The role would suit someone with experience in participatory action research (or equivalent), community development, and capacity building who enjoys collaborating with others in a creative learning environment. Above all, we are looking for an ambitious self-starter who has the "fire in the belly" needed to grow YesHealth as a model for advancing health justice.

    Required skills and competencies

    • Minimum of one-year research experience
    • Minimum two years’ experience in program coordination, volunteer management, adult education, or frontline client service
    • Experience in project management, ideally in a nonprofit setting
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Computer Competency including proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
    • Fluency in English
    • Authorization to work in the United States

    Preferred skills and competencies

    • Extensive knowledge of issues relating to people with disabilities.
    • Familiarity with Community Based Participatory Action Research principles
    • Strong facilitation, program coordination, and volunteer management skills
    • Ability to speak another language is an asset
    • Strong awareness of anti-oppression issues and intersectionality
    • Strong awareness of the connection between healthcare and civil rights
    • Demonstrated ability to share information and communicate effectively
    • Ability to work independently as well as co‐operatively. Positive and pro‐active solution seeker and implementer.
    • Confidence in approaching, building relationships and working with a range of prospective project stakeholders;

    People with disabilities (including mental health diagnoses) are strongly encouraged to apply. Disability Policy Consortium is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, or religion.

    Hours: At present, funding is secured for a 20 hour/week position. The organization is actively applying for new funding with the aim of increasing the role to full time as soon as possible, and the Coordinator would be expected to participate in completing these applications.

    Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to:
    Attn: Colin Killick
    Disability Policy Consortium
    11 Dartmouth Street, Ste. 301
    Malden, MA 02148

    Or an email with a cover letter and resume as PDF attachments to ckillick@dpcma.org with subject: Participatory Action Research Coordinator.




    Interested Candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to:
    Attn: Colin Killick
    Disability Policy Consortium
    11 Dartmouth Street, Ste. 301
    Malden, MA 02148

    You may also send an email with a cover letter and resume as PDF attachments to ckillick@dpcma.org with the job title in the subject line.

    Only resumes accompanied by an cover letter will be considered.

    The DPC encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply. The DPC is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, veteran status, military service, genetic information, receipt of free medical care, or any other category protected under applicable federal, state, or local law.