Center for Independent Living

Employment Opportunities

Looking for a rewarding career opportunity? AdLib, Inc. might be the perfect fit for you! If you're passionate about making a difference in the lives of others, consider a career with AdLib. We offer competitive pay and benefits, and the satisfaction of knowing you're helping others achieve their goals. Contact us today to learn more!

Organization Overview

AdLib, Inc. is a non-profit that focuses on empowering people with disabilities to access and manage benefits, services, and resources to live independently in the community. We are a consumer controlled, consumer directed service that assists people with disabilities to achieve a greater level of independence. As a Center for Independent Living we provide the five core services: information and referral, skills training, advocacy (systemic and individual), peer counseling, and transition (from nursing home to community and youth to adulthood). In addition to the core independent living services we operate the MassHealth (Medicaid) funded personal care management program, SSA Representative Payee program, MRC vocational rehabilitation services, and long term care options counseling.

AdLib serves all of Berkshire County and our office is conveniently located near public transportation in downtown Pittsfield MA. For more information about Centers for Independent Living: National Council on Independent Living

Benefits of Working at AdLib

AdLib provides rewarding work in a supportive atmosphere. All AdLib staff receive:

  • 15 holidays
  • 3% retirement contribution (no mandatory match)
  • 14% wage benefit in lieu of health insurance
  • $25,000 life insurance policy for a minimal premium
  • Aflac insurance purchase pre-tax
  • Mileage reimbursement for work travel
  • Generous vacation and sick time (amount varies dependent on hours)
  • Paid lunch (length varies dependent on hours)

Note some benefits are based on length of employment or number of hours worked, details shared at interview and policies after hire. Office includes shared work spaces.

Open Positions-August 2023

Below is a list of current positions open at AdLib. Please submit a cover letter and/or resume and submit to Kayla Booth, kbooth@adlibcil.org or Sally English, senglish@adlibcil.org.

  • Systems and Compliance Coordinator

    The Systems and Compliance Coordinator has primary fiscal responsibility for supporting development and maintenance of systems to ensure compliance with contractual obligations and quality metrics. The Systems and Compliance Coordinator plays a key role in supporting internal operations by maintaining and training staff in IT, phone, and database systems. This position will work closely with the Finance and Business Office Manager to support the Representative Payee and PCM accounts.

    Essential Focus:

    1. Data entry, billing, and collection of receivables from MassHealth and other contracted providers for the Personal Care Attendant Program (PCA).
    2. Verifying eligibility for all PCA consumers and ensuring accuracy of PCA Skills Training and Nursing billing sheets.
    3. Serve as the Contract Manager for PCM and State IL contracts; support development and upkeep of systems and processes that ensure compliance with contractual obligations and data integrity.
    4. Data entry in QuickBooks for maintenance and processing of consumer funds for Representative Payee accounts.
    5. Maintenance of inter-office phone system including auto attendant, online portal, user set-up, and troubleshooting.
    6. On-going maintenance of agency computer system including identification of needs and coordination with IT and communication providers.
    7. Work collaboratively with Finance and Business Office Manager and Executive Director to maintain internal systems, comply with agency Accounting Policies and Procedures including segregation of duties, and develop processes to maintain compliance with contractual obligations.
    8. Support staff training and onboarding for internal systems, including phones, computers, laptops, EHR and other databases.
    9. Support for payroll process including compiling initial report and timesheet verification.
    10. Maintenance of WILD database and support in migration to MiCIL database.
    11. Performs other duties as assigned by the Finance and Business Office Manager or Executive Director.

    Qualifications: An Associate’s degree in a related field and/or two years experience performing medical billing, accounting, and IT functions. Experience in Microsoft products, including excel and Sharepoint, and ability to learn and navigate multiple systems. The successful candidate will also have experience in and enjoy teaching and supporting others in learning systems.

  • PCM Director

    The PCM Director is responsible for the day to day coordination and management of the Personal Care Attendant (PCA) program and services offered by AdLib.  This includes supervisory oversight of AdLib’s direct service PCM staff members. This is a senior leadership position within the organization. The PCA program is funded by MassHealth and provides services to consumers with physical disabilities who are in need of hands on care to complete activities of daily living. This program is essential to independence for people with physical disabilities. The PCM Director works closely with MassHealth, Tempus, and other external stakeholders to ensure that contractual obligations are met. The position is based in AdLib’s Pittsfield office but involves travel throughout Berkshire County and provides services in the consumers home.

    Essential Functions: Work closely with state officials, AdLib leadership, and PCM staff to ensure quality services are provided in compliance with contractual obligations; complete required reports on time; create and implement systems and procedures for programmatic operations; facilitation of internal communication; staff training, mediation, and progressive supervision.

    This position is full-time exempt (salaried) position 40 hours (1 hour paid lunch daily) and 75% of work takes place in the Pittsfield office or in the community. This position requires travel with personal vehicle, home visits (ascending/descending stairs), electronic and written documentation, and ability to understand MassHealth rules and regulations. Primary working hours are 9am-5pm M-F.

    Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services, healthcare, psychology, or a related field with seven years’ experience working in the human service field preferably with people with disabilities.  Five years of supervisory/management experience is required. Master’s degree preferred.  An appropriate combination of education and experience will be considered.       

    Salary $60,000- $65,000

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