MAB Community Services Career Opportunities

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MAB Community Services offers employment opportunities in many areas and fields. We need talented individuals committed to helping people with disabilities live full and satisfying lives. There is a pressing need for MAB’s services, and our staff is directly responsible for improving the lives of thousands of individuals in Massachusetts.

As one of the oldest social service organizations in the country, MAB has the expertise and experience to form innovative partnerships and deliver high-quality services through our Ivy Street School, Adult Disability Services, and Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (MABVI). Our staff of over 400 includes vision rehabilitation specialists, vocational counselors, residential counselors, case managers, and special education teachers, to name a few. All these positions offer the opportunity to build your expertise while making a difference in the lives of others.

MAB Community Services offers health and dental insurance and a flexible vacation plan. Most importantly, we offer a rewarding work environment and the opportunity to work with small teams of experienced professionals to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities.

MAB is committed to building an inclusive and diverse community and strongly encourages members of underrepresented groups to apply.

Read how MAB Community Services is creatively honoring and rewarding its best employees with the Maxo Joseph Excellence in Direct Care Awards.

The Caring Force Blog, June 24th, 2024

June 2024 Workforce Hero: Lillian Macnamee

The Caring Force is delighted to announce Lillian Macnamee as our June TCF Workforce Hero Spotlight honoree. Lillian, who currently serves as an Individual Support Worker at MAB Community Services, began her career as a day program specialist. In her current role, she has been instrumental in helping a participant transition to independent living after nearly 15 years in twenty-four-hour support settings since turning 22. Her unwavering commitment and support have been crucial to his successful transition, leading to significant improvements in his quality of life.

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