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Over the past 50 years, COMPASS has established itself as one of Massachusetts’ leading providers of special education and human services for youth and families in need.

A career at COMPASS isn’t for everyone.

But if you’re dedicated to helping others, you can have a daily, immediate impact on the lives of the youth and families we serve: people that may be deeply impacted by trauma, poverty, and now of course the fallout from the pandemic.

Working at COMPASS allows you to open doors for them – to better services, certainly. But also to present them with pathways to a better life.

Join us and reap the benefits.

Few social service non-profits match our generous benefits package.
This typically adds up to at least $15,000 per year, and can reach well over $30,000!*

Insurance

Health, Vision
COMPASS pays 75-80%

$250 annual wellness reimbursement

Life, Short Term and Long Term Disability fully paid by COMPASS

Employee options for Dental, Accident and even Pet Insurance!

Education

FREE tuition & fees for MSW, MA, or MEd at publicly funded state schools

$500 annually for professional development

ProsperWise fiduciary advice & education

PTO, Technology, More

Up to 37 days PTO*

Profit sharing and 403b match

Mac laptop and iPhone

Mileage reimbursement, oil changes, and car repairs

* Numbers are based on a typical 2nd year employee; high end numbers assume some higher education benefits

Employee support

Lots of employers say they will “support” their staff. COMPASS actually does through bi-weekly supervision (all levels), mentor coaching, tuition payment program, our staff run wellness committee, DEI committee, team building activities and staff social events.

COMPASS staff work together as a team to bring the best possible services and support to the youth and families we serve.

Established, stable, and adaptable

Our stability is exhibited not only in our existing programs but by the fact that many staff have worked at COMPASS for over 10, 20, even 30 years! We continue to hire diverse and passionate professionals to keep COMPASS growing.

Ready to start?

Come see us on your favorite hiring platform or check out positions that we’re normally hiring for, below.

Administrative Openings

The Finance Manager is responsible for managing the financial and business operations of the organization. The manager will maintain a thorough understanding of the financial reporting and general ledger structure of the agency, and will regularly assist in development and implementation of new procedures and features to enhance the workflow of the financials. The Finance Manager will understand the various functions of COMPASS’ two main programs to be able to create internal budgets and reporting. The Finance Manager will report to the Executive Director and work closely with the Senior Director of Administration and the Payroll Administrator..

Learn more and apply on INDEED

COMPASS School Openings

The COMPASS School is seeking a dedicated teacher, licensed special educator preferred, to work with students who have emotional/behavioral disorders, along with specific learning disabilities. Students range from 14-21 years of age. Classrooms are staffed with a 6 student to 1 teacher/staff ratio. Responsibilities include teaching core subjects, implementing IEP goals and behavior plans, assessing student academic performance, completing required paperwork, and attending IEP meetings. Licensure in education or special education is required.

This is a 10 month job with opportunity for summer employment.

Learn more and apply on SCHOOLSPRING 

Learn more and apply on INDEED

The COMPASS School is seeking a Caseworker to provide behavioral support in the milieu. Caseworkers maintain communication with collateral and families. They are a vital member of each student’s treatment team. Caseworkers also provide transportation for our Boston, Cambridge, and Quincy students. The applicant must be eligible to obtain a 7D drivers license.

This is a 10 month job with opportunity for summer employment.

Learn more and apply on SchoolSpring

Learn more and apply on Indeed

Community Services Openings

Come join COMPASS in our Comprehensive Support & Stabilization (CSS) program as a Master’s level in-home Clinician to children & parents. Working as part of a team, Clinicians work to improve family functioning, resolve and reduce conflicts, and serve as advocates for families. Families are referred by Department of Children & Families (DCF).

A car is required for this position. Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

The COMPASS Family Clinician is responsible for:

  • Assisting clients in meeting DCF established goals and to facilitate the clients development of their own independence to progress and succeed
  • Develop appropriate relationships with clients on caseload
  • Develop interventions and solutions that are tailored to the specific needs of the clients
  • Connect clients to appropriate community resources
  • Serve as an effective liaison between clients and collateral’s
  • Accompany clients to scheduled court appearances and professional appointments
  • Maintain records and write monthly reports
  • Be available for on-call emergencies
  • Develop and maintain working relationships with DCF caseworkers

Apply by clicking on the link(s) below for the office for which you want to apply.

Learn more and apply on Indeed

Come join COMPASS in our Comprehensive Support & Stabilization program as a mentor (Family Specialist) to children & parents. We utilize a team approach to help stabilize families in need and connect them to long-term community supports. Families are referred by Department of Children & Families (DCF).

A car is required for this position. Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

The COMPASS Family Specialist is responsible for:

  • Assisting clients in meeting DCF established goals
  • Developing appropriate relationships with clients on caseload acting as a Mentor
  • Connecting clients to appropriate community resources
  • Serve as an effective liaison between clients and collateral’s
  • Accompany clients to scheduled court appearances and professional appointments
  • Maintaining records and writing monthly reports
  • Develop and maintain working relationships with DCF caseworkers

Apply by clicking on the link(s) below for the office to which you want to apply.

Learn more and apply on Indeed

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