Our goal is to hire a diverse group of talented individuals who are committed to the Agency’s mission of ensuring the safety and well being of elders and those with disabilities residing in the Greater Boston area.

If your passion is to join an organization where you can make a difference, have a positive impact on the lives of others, Central Boston Elder Services is the place for you!


Diversity at Central Boston Elder Services is not a goal, but rather a journey. It is an endless process identifying and incorporating differences in an ever-changing world. At CBES, we understand the importance of diversity and are passionate about the mission we have undertaken. Acknowledging and taking advantage of differences in who we are, how we think, how we contribute ultimately creates a workforce that is more productive and accepted in the marketplace.


CBES Human Resources – Recruitment
Call: 617.277.7416
Fax: 617.277.5025


2315 Washington Street
Roxbury, MA 02119

To learn more, please review the list of employment opportunities outlined below.

List of Positions

Adult Foster Care, RN


The AFC Registered Nurse screens AFC Member and Caregiver referrals and completes initial and periodic clinical assessments in the Member’s home. The AFC Registered Nurse develops a comprehensive Plan of Care for each Member with input from the AFC Care Manager, the Member, and AFC Caregiver and provides individualized AFC nursing services to meet the needs of each AFC Member.    S/he orients and trains AFC Caregivers and works collaboratively with the AFC Care Manager as part of a multidisciplinary team to meet the nursing and care management needs of AFC Members.


  1. Fully licensed by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing plus at least two years’ recent experience in the direct care of the elderly or disabled adults.
  2. Must submit documentation of satisfactorily completing a pre-employment physical examination within the previous 12 months of the date of hire for the AFC Program.
  3. Must submit documentation of tuberculosis screening within the previous 12 months of the date of hire for the AFC Program.
  4. Must submit documentation of tuberculosis screening every two years thereafter.
  5. Ability to lift and carry objects frequently weighing up to 10 to 15 pounds.
  6. Ability to climb stairs.
  7. Ability to travel to the community to perform visits in Members’ homes.
  8. Work requires regularly standing, stooping, and bending.

Bilingual Care Manager

The Bilingual Care Manager will interview elders (in their native tongue) for home care services to determine eligibility in home, hospital, nursing home, or other appropriate location. Conduct initial and periodic assessments within required time frames of elders’ physical, social, emotional and environmental status to determine needs. Complete all home visits and paperwork within guidelines of EOEA regulation and Agency policy.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services, Social Work, Nursing, or equivalent experience and a minimum of three years’ experience in human services field, preferably working with elders. Must have a basic knowledge gerontological of issues.



Bilingual Central Intake Specialist – Spanish Preferred

The Bilingual Central Intake Specialist is a highly specialized expert, skilled at assessing an individual’s circumstances, determining their needs, and recommending appropriate services along the continuum of care.  The Bilingual Central Intake Specialist is typically the first person in the agency to see an individual, oftentimes in an acute situation, and therefore must be especially resourceful in developing initial service plans. Due to the highly specialized nature of the position and the time constraints, this person does not carry a caseload.   The Bilingual Central Intake Specialist will work in conjunction with case management teams to implement the plan of care in a timely manner.  Finally, the Bilingual Central Intake Specialist will be highly knowledgeable regarding services and programs offered by Central Boston Elder Services and the community.  They will also provide support and education to individuals, families, and community partners regarding services, resources, and the appropriate referral process.


  1. A Bachelor’s Degree preferred in social work, human services, nursing, psychology, sociology or a related field OR
  2. A Bachelor’s degree in another discipline with demonstrated experience and/or strong interest in the field of human services via previous employment.
  3. Two years of experience preferred in case management, service coordination, outreach or advocacy, discharge planning, and/or Community Housing Options.



Bilingual Staff Registered Nurse (Chinese, Russian, Spanish)

The Staff RN is responsible for insuring that EOEA’s Interdisciplinary Case Management Standards are met.  The Staff RN will conduct home visits to assess clients’ functional, health and income status to determine eligibility and appropriateness for community long term care services and programs and coordinate services to clients.

Qualifications: Must possess a valid Massachusetts license to practice as a Registered Nurse. Minimum of three years clinical experience, one of which must have been in community nursing.


Bilingual Protective Services Worker

Preferred languages – Cape Verdean, Haitian Creole, Spanish, Vietnamese

The Bilingual Protective Service Worker receive and investigates reports of elder abuse and self-neglect.  Provides consultation and referrals as necessary.  Completes comprehensive assessments of the elder’s needs, risks and capacity to make decisions.  Provides problem-focused, goal-oriented, short-term casework/counseling interventions to elders determined to be suffering from a reportable condition of abuse, neglect, financial exploitation and/or self-neglect. Ensures all documentation is entered into Harmony APS computer software in accordance with protective service regulations and agency policies.


  1. Bilingual Protective Service Worker must be fully fluent verbally and written in English and Native dialect. 
  2. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited school in social work, psychology, counseling, human development, or gerontology plus at least two years’ experience in counseling, casework or case management providing protective, domestic violence or crisis intervention services.; or  a Master’s degree from an accredited school in social work, psychology, counseling, human development, nursing or gerontology plus at least one year of experience in counseling, casework, or case management preferably in a Protective Services, domestic violence or crisis intervention capacity. Prior experience working with elders preferred; sensitivity to elder issues required.

CBES Benefits

The Benefits Package includes but is not limited to:

    • Blue Cross / Blue Shield Health & Dental coverage – effective first day of employment
    • Paid Vacation, Holidays, Personal, and Sick Days
    • Retirement Plan – 403B
    • Tuition Assistance
    • Short/Long Term Disability Insurance – Employer Paid
    • Life Insurance – Employer Paid
    • Health Reimbursements and Flexible Spending Accounts
Interested Applicants

We are committed to building a pipeline of talent. If you are interested in making a difference, please submit your resume for future consideration.

Send us your resume
fax: 617.277.5025