Activities Coordinator: The Residences at 910 – Full-time

Bring your joy, creativity, planning expertise, caring, patience, and desire to be of service to this active position. You’ll plan, organize, and implement local and in-house activities for residents. In addition, you’ll support residents by providing one-on-one assistance with activity sign-up, technology support, chaperoning, etc.
 
Job Overview and Responsibilities

Reports to and coordinates with the Manager of Residential and Guest Services (or Assistant Manager in his/her absence) and incorporates feedback from the residents living at The Residences at 910, in developing and implementing group programs and activities. Spiritual alertness and metaphysical preparation essential.

  1. Plans and organizes outside and in-house activities for residents (i.e. local trips to museums, restaurants, sight- seeing, videos, staged readings, guest speakers, Christian Science lectures, etc.) Responsible for communication and follow-through regarding these activities and makes necessary arrangements, including (but not limited to) reservations, transportation, tour guides, and payments as required. Works/coordinates with Volunteer Coordinator as needed.
  2. Creates daily and weekly activities announcements. Places announcements in the current locations chosen to convey this information, such as in Main Elevator and bulletin board at entrance to Dining Room. Keeps records of all announcements for future use.
  3. Responds to resident requests and arranges individual outside appointments and transportation.
  4. Reserves needed vehicles (at Reception Desk) and serves as back up (or additional) driver as needed.
  5. Works as part of the Resident and Guest Services team and looks for ways to support team members. Works flexible hours to help meet the 7 day a week needs of the Residents.
  6. Performs other duties as required.

 
Qualifications and Requirements

  • Has a sense of service in one’s heart and has a demonstrable knowledge of Christian Science practice
  • Experience with planning and operating an activities program in an organization is desirable
  • Easily expresses qualities such as being imaginative, resourceful, patient, expressing wisdom, caring, flexibility, willingness to listen, and genuine interest in learning about another’s interests
  • Good communication and computer skills are essential
  • Ability to be flexible in working schedule. Weekend availability required and some early evening preferred hours preferable
  • Able to deal with emergencies calmly and effectively
  • Membership in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, MA
  • Class instruction by an authorized teacher of Christian Science is preferred

 
Position Type – Full-time
 

Let us know how your talents and experience could enhance this joyful work:
 
Please submit BA application forms, cover letter and resume (if available).
Contact: Gloria Richmond, HR Manager
Phone: 617-975-2523 Fax: 617-975-2703
jobs@chbenevolent.org

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