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We first became familiar with the excellent level of care when my father, a decorated veteran, began attending The Alzheimer's Family Day Center two years ago. After briefly taking up residence in another facility, we were delighted to be able to place him at Nevins Nursing and Rehabilitation Centre. The level of care he is receiving is far superior at all levels, from the Nursing Staff and CNAs right down to the Activities personnel. This exceptional level of professionalism has afforded me and my family a very much appreciated "peace of mind."

- Phyllis Tenney and the Family of Vincent Ahearn

Employment Opportunities


Licensed Social Worker

Position Summary:

Identifying individual social and emotional needs of residents/families

Developing and maintaining individualized care plans

Participating in the planning of the resident’s admission, community re-entry or transfer to another facility

Presenting assessments to interdisciplinary teams during Interdisciplinary Team meetings and care plan conferences

Facilitating meetings with families, caregivers and interdisciplinary team to discuss goals of care

Actively partners with IDT for end of life issues


Must possess a current license as a  social worker in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (LSW, LCSW or LICSW)—LICSW preferred

Working knowledge of Massachusetts Department of Public Health and other State regulations governing nursing homes as well as relevant Federal Programs associated with this continuum of care.

Minimum 2 years work experience in a skilled nursing center

Experience with MDS 3.0 assessments and completion.

Adept at establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with residents, families, co-workers and medical staff

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Reports to: Director of Social Services


Associate Director of Nursing RN

Oversees all aspects of operating 1 to 2 long term care units within the Centre, from orienting, mentoring, supervising and evaluating staff to ensuring that standards of care and practice are consistently met with positive resident outcomes achieved. Assumes 24 hour responsibility and accountability for resident care on the unit(s).

Qualifications Registered Nurse with a minimum 5 years of clinical experience The successful candidate must have extensive clinical experience, preferably in post-acute/long term care, prior administrative experience and training in both nursing and management Needs strong communication skills, diplomacy and the ability to take leadership in any situation Is active participant in the quality assurance/performance improvement processes as well as various other clinical risk management committees Works collaboratively with other members of the interdisciplinary team to promote person-centered, holistic care Must be highly organized, detail-oriented and able to work with minimal supervision


RN Director of Case Management/Clinical Reimbursement


Oversees and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the clinical reimbursement (MDS and MMQ) department.

Develops and implements programs and processes to ensure that the MDS and MMQ are completed in an accurate manner and in a process consistent with maintaining all requirements, federal/state regulations and standards of professional practice.

Responsible for developing and implementing an outcomes-based management program that integrates clinical and financial aspects and, in particular, for our Medicare ACO and Managed Care population.


Successful candidates will have:

Current licensure as a RN in MA; BSN preferred

Minimum of 3-5 years experience in post acute care

Prior MDS experience ; AANAC certification desirable

Prior management experience

Managed care experience in case management and/or utilization management highly preferred

Full-time position reporting to the Executive Director


Per Diem Physical Therapist (RPT) 

Nevins is currently seeking a per diem RPT to join our talented Rehab Services Team. Flex coverage for week day and week ends, must be available on-call, as needed.

Requirements: Registered Physical Therapist (RPT) licensed in the state of MA Prior SNF/Rehab experience required Able to work independently Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent assessment skills for medically complex and orthopedic patient caseload in a geriatric setting.


RN Weekend Shift Supervisor, part time, 8am-8pm

Responsibilities: Shift supervisor for the nursing department. Ensures the safe and quality care of our residents, while maintaining a strong focus on exceptional customer service. Contributes to the administration, nursing, and the organization as a whole through support of our philosophy, mission, vision and values. Participates in communication flow, process structures, problem identification, analysis, and resolution, as well as performance improvement activities. Qualifications:

• Current Massachusetts licensure as an RN. • Current certification as a BLS Healthcare Provider. • Minimum of 3+ years clinical nursing experience. • Experience in Long Term Care preferred. • Strong managerial, interpersonal, and communication skills. • Must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to work with minimal supervision.


RNs and LPNs, full time and part time, various shifts

Nevins is currently looking for remarkable RN’s and LPN’s to deliver compassionate care to our residents. To be considered you must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing with a minimum of 1-2 years of either short-term rehab or long-term care experience and possess an unencumbered nursing license in Massachusetts. Current BLS certification required. IV certification a plus.


CNAs, full time and part time, various shifts

We are currently seeking Certified Nursing Assistants for our skilled nursing facility to assist residents with activities of daily living and provide basic nursing care. Candidates must be certified in the state of MA and have a minimum of six months to one year related work experience, long term care experience preferred.


Dietary Aides, part-time, every other weekend

Duties and Responsibilities:

Provides assistance in all food functions as directed/instructed and in accordance with established food policies and procedures.

Prepares food items for service according to the therapeutic menu

Keeps equipment and work areas clean

Practices safe food handling techniques and observes sanitizing requirements

Delivers and retrieves resident meals to the nursing unit

Prepares dishes for washing, washes dishes and stores dishes accordingly

Prepares pots for washing, washes pots and stores pots accordingly

May assist or fill in for waitress as requested by supervisor

Complies with established policies, procedures and sanitation standards

Reports findings to immediate supervisor

Provides adequate assistance as directed by the supervisor

Reports safety concerns to the supervisor immediately

Attends scheduled in -service meetings

Performs additional duties as assigned


Must be able to follow directions

Must be able to read, write, and understand English

Learn the practices and procedures of department.


 If interested in any of our positions:

Nevins is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability or any other protected factor.

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