Join a dynamic and growing team! The Consortium creates conditions in which people with lived experience pursue their dreams and strengthen our communities through full participation. The Consortium is committed to creating a diverse workforce. AA/EOE

Title Home & Community Connections Support Staff
Location Holyoke, MA & Belchertown, MA
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Home & Community Connections – Support Staff/Direct Support Professional

Be a part of a growing team! Come join the Western Massachusetts Training Consortium and share in our mission in providing community based approaches in quality assistance, service and care. The Consortium’s Home & Community Connections division is currently seeking motivated individuals interested in providing assistance and personal care for individuals with developmental disabilities. The Consortium offers an exceptional benefits package to its full-time employees including:

  • Generous Paid Leave
  • Short Term and Long Term Disability
  • Medical/Dental benefits
  • Career Development training
  • Life Insurance
  • Retirement Savings Plan

Full time, Part-time and Relief (Per Diem) positions are available in the Greater Holyoke and Belchertown areas. Evening, overnight and weekend hours available. A high school diploma/G.E.D and three years driving experience is required. Personal/professional experience working with people with developmental disabilities preferred. We strive to help our individuals achieve their dreams through lived experience so come join us today and take the first step in making a difference in the lives of the people we serve! The Consortium embraces a multicultural work environment. AA/EOE

If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Chrystal Dore at cdore@wmtcinfo.org or complete the Consortium’s fillable employment application and print/scan or download as PDF to submit via email or fax to Chrystal’s attention at: (413) 536-4166. 

As always, you can also apply in person by visiting our main offices at:

187 High Street; Suite 202
Holyoke MA 01040
(413) 536 – 2401



Title Home & Community Connections – Assistant Director
Location Holyoke, MA
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The Western Massachusetts Training Consortium, Home and Community Connections Division is currently seeking a qualified applicant for Assistant Director. The Assistant Director is responsible for program development and management of people living in a variety of situations. This includes the supervision of program Managers; fulfillment of the program’s mission; establishing strategies to ensure people are primary decision makers; designing individualized supports for people to continue living as independently as possible through skill development; increasing personal social connections; and oversight of medical services and the ISP process while providing a high quality of care. This position involves a combination of direct management supervision and administrative responsibilities. This is a full time, salaried position, also requiring on-call responsibilities.

Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related education required. Professional experience may be substituted for educational requirement. Minimum of four years’ experience in the field, minimum two years supervisory experience, ID/DD experience desirable.  Competitive salary, Generous Paid Leave, Medical/Dental benefits and Retirement Savings Plan for qualified applicant. AA/EOE

Please send resume and cover letter by 1/11/19



Title Home & Community Connections – Program Manager
Location South Hadley, MA
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The Western Massachusetts Training Consortium’s Home and Community Connections program is currently seeking a Program Manager to join our team, providing supports in South Hadley, MA.   This is a residential management position supporting people in our 24 Hour Supports Model.

This position involves a combination of supervision, administrative, direct care and on-call responsibilities. The Program Manager is responsible for managing the day to day operations of residential supports to assigned individuals. The Program Manager plans, implements, coordinates, and evaluates direct services to individuals and is responsible for the safety and well-being of the individuals supported.

CERTIFICATIONS: Program Managers are required to be have certifications in MAP, CPR & First Aid (preferred to have upon hiring otherwise will be trained in them).   Medication Administration, pass all MAP examinations, and maintain current Medication Administrations Certifications and trainings.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Excellent organizational and leadership skills, teaching and instructional ability, good communication skills, patience, ability to work under time/demand pressure, flexibility, and willingness to accept high levels of responsibility.

HOURS:  Full time, salaried (exempt) position including on-call, evening, and direct care responsibilities.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Undergraduate degree in related field preferred – direct care and administrative experience may be substituted for education requirement.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Minimum of two years’ experience in direct care to persons with developmental disabilities or related field.  Supervision experience preferred.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS: A valid Massachusetts driver’s license and reliable transportation is required. Two years positive driving history is required to drive people supported. Ability to safely transport individuals supported is essential. A basic competency in computer skills which include navigating Windows based programs and the internet. There are various training requirements however trainings will be provided as part of this position.

LIFTING REQUIREMENTS: Ability to safely lift 25 pounds is required.

Please send cover letter and resume by 1/12/19

The Consortium embraces a multicultural work environment. AA/EOE



Title Salasin Project Individual and Family Support Advocate
Location Greenfield, MA
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The Western Massachusetts Training Consortium has a full-time position available serving as an Individual and Family Support Advocate at the Salasin Project in Greenfield, MA.

Salasin Project Individual and Family Support Advocate to provide strength-based, trauma-informed, recovery focused home-visiting support and advocacy to individuals and families in the Franklin County area who have experienced interpersonal/domestic violence.  Additional skills include assistance with the referral and access of resources, facilitation of communication with other community providers and systems, as well as representing the Salasin Project at cooperative program meetings.  This position is full time with competitive benefits offered.

This is an opportunity to work out of an office in Greenfield with an amazing and dynamic collaborative team.  Minimum requirements: Bachelors with 4 years’ experience or equivalent working with individuals and families who have experienced domestic/interpersonal violence.  Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required. We value lived experience and welcome candidates who have bilingual/bi-cultural identities. Please send a resume and cover letter to HR Manager, Kathy Chaisson, at KChaisson@wmtcinfo.org. AA/EOE



Title Salasin Project Child Enrichment Coordinator
Location Greenfield, MA
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Join with parents and caregivers who have experienced interpersonal/domestic violence assisting in opportunities for areas of growth that they define.  Utilizing trauma-informed, strength based support to partner with the Salasin Center Coordinator especially during family programs including children; support parents in the application of childhood development and learning.   Create and maintain a resource area sharing helpful materials with parents and caregivers including developmental literature, books, tools and toys. Associates in Early Childhood Education or related required, lived experience is valued.  Part-time position of 11.5 hours weekly to coincide with Salasin Center offerings.

Please send a resume and cover letter to Human Resource Manager, Kathy Chaisson at kchaisson@wmtcinfo.org.   AA/EOE



Title Salasin Center Coordinator and Salasin Project Individual and Family Support Advocate
Location Greenfield, MA
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Salasin Center Coordinator and Individual and Family Support Advocate

Support individuals and families using a trauma-informed, strength-based, recovery focused home-visiting support and advocacy in the Franklin County area who have experienced interpersonal/domestic violence.  Coordinate programs and activities in the Salasin Center.  Partner with participants to create and run groups/programs of interest as defined by them.  Ensure that the center is a safe and supportive environment that is accessible to a diverse population. Supervise and provide training, as needed for Child Enrichment Coordinator and volunteers. Offer resource assistance utilizing an empowerment model. Encourage and seek collaboration with existing programs and supports. Community outreach to potential participants involved with other agencies and programs. Maintain and update information bulletin board.  Create and share the calendar of the Salasin Center with the participants and community providers. This is an opportunity to work full-time out of an office in Greenfield with an amazing and dynamic collaborative team.  Related Bachelor’s level and/or lived experience preferred. Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required.

Please send a resume and cover letter to Human Resource Manager, Kathy Chaisson at kchaisson@wmtcinfo.org.   AA/EOE