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  • Provide daily living support for intellectually and developmentally disabled adults for personal hygiene care, community activities, transportation, household chores, cooking, shopping and banking.

  • Provide daily living support for intellectually and developmentally disabled adults for personal hygiene care, community activities, transportation, household chores, cooking, shopping and banking.

  • Interested in working with adults with unique challenges? Use your psychology, criminal justice, military background or related training to develop and implement treatment options tailored to the needs of these intellectually and developmentally disabled adults with clinical, offender and high intensity profiles?

    As the leading provider north of Boston for this challenging population, our programs provide:
    • Vocational skills building
    • Psycho – social education
    • Individual and group therapies
    • Recreational therapies

  • Interested in working with young adult women with unique challenges? Join a leading residential provider and become part of our newly opened Merrimack Valley Turning 22 program. Full, part time or relief opportunities exist. Extensive classroom training is available to those candidates who have prior experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and autism spectrum disorders.

  • The Recruiter will be responsible for the recruitment of nonexempt and exempt candidates for position openings using passive and active sourcing techniques. Responsibilities will also include working closely with the hiring managers to understand the job requirements, ensuring the candidate interview process is being conducted efficiently, checking references, conducting the required background checks and completion of new hire paperwork. This position will report to the Director of Human Resources.

  • Reporting to the Board of Directors, the next President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will bring demonstrated organizational leadership, a deep commitment to serving individuals and families in Massachusetts, and an abiding belief in the ability to improve lives through values-based care.  As Turning Point, Inc. looks to the future, they are seeking a leader who will provide strategic thought leadership around future areas of growth and is excited to lead the organization towards new possibilities.  
    The ideal candidate will be a proven and respected leader whose skills will inspire continued growth, stakeholder engagement, fundraising, and brand awareness.  Internally, the CEO will attract, motivate and retain a top-notch staff and maintain excellence in the content and delivery of Turning Point, Inc.’s programming and services, ensuring that it continues to adapt and innovate to best meet the needs of the community it serves.
    They will be an effective leader and support a positive and productive internal culture, as well as be a trusted leader externally and a fixture of the nonprofit community. 

    Key responsibilities for the President & CEO include:
    •    Provide the strategic thinking required to ensure TPI programs evolve to meet the changing needs of the individuals it serves and supports and the communities it serves
    •    Lead the development and implementation of strategic plans geared towards ongoing growth and change
    •    Provide thought-leadership to guide and inform program development and growth that benefits the individuals, families and communities that TPI serves
    •    Develop and support a strong leadership team to ensure continued success across the organization
    •    Ensure responsible financial management and manage to the annual financial budget as well as long term revenue and profit goals 
    •    Partner with community leaders, funders, government officials, and senior staff and board members to promote positive relationships 
    •    Act as the chief spokesperson for the organization and advocate for and influence community partners by willingly and enthusiastically driving the mission, principles, and strategic goals of TPI forward
    •    Collaborate with the Board President and leadership staff to set goals and objectives for the Board, including the planning of Board meetings and agendas
    •    Lead staff of four direct reports in consistent and meaningful program innovation
    •    Seek out opportunities for investment, revenue generation, new business development and strategic partnerships
    •    Provide oversite of new and remodeling construction for existing and newly acquired residential housing
    •    Ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations that apply to the operation of the agency 

    Candidate Profile
    The ideal candidate will have the following professional and personal qualities, skills, and characteristics: 
    Passion for the Mission
    The CEO will have a demonstrable passion for serving individuals and families and addressing the challenges within the communities TPI serves.  With a commitment to the mission, the CEO will embrace TPI’s history working with the state’s vulnerable populations.  The CEO will be a dynamic, inspirational, energetic, and credible leader, with the presence to capture the attention of various constituents and stakeholders.  

    Strategic Vision and Leadership
    The CEO will be a strategic and creative thought leader and problem solver with a solid understanding of the strategies needed to advance the work of a mission-based organization, from funding to mission delivery.  This individual will offer creative, yet practical, ideas to continue to strengthen TPI’s programs, while staying focused on outcomes and effectiveness. The CEO will attract and retain an empowered team of individuals that will work with the CEO to implement the course of action for achieving the vision. Through transparency and empathy, the CEO will strive to build a culture where employees are valued and encouraged to bring their authentic selves to work.

    External Presence and Partnership Orientation
    The CEO will be an inspirational and visionary leader who will serve as the chief ambassador for TPI. An articulate and passionate public speaker, the individual will represent TPI as a thought leader in the social services space.  The CEO will be able to effectively convey TPI’s mission and priorities to a range of constituents including partners, individuals, the Board of Directors and staff.  The CEO will be able to work with both public and private funders and will establish strong partnerships and seek opportunities to promote TPI and will have a fundamental understanding that the development of partnerships with allied organizations are core responsibilities.  

    Business and Financial Management Acumen
    The CEO will possess significant financial acumen and the ability to set priorities decisively, delegate responsibilities, assure accountability and allocate resources to ensure results. The individual will possess the skills and experience needed to manage and lead, with profit and loss responsibilities, a $20 million organization with 36+ facilities, multiple programs, and more than 300 employees.  With the intent to grow, the CEO will have an understanding of mergers and acquisitions, and a readiness to explore opportunities.  Experienced in managing a Board, the CEO will possess a knowledge in board best practices.

    •    A minimum of 10-15 years of progressively increasing leadership, operational and administrative responsibilities in a human service organization
    •    A comprehensive knowledge of funding sources, and fiscal management/control 
    •    A comprehensive knowledge of DDS and MRC regulations for licensing, quality assurance and human rights 
    •    A Bachelor’s degree required, and Master's degree preferred

    Turning Point, Inc has engaged Koya Leadership Partners to help in this hire. Please submit a compelling cover letter and resume to Katie Bouton and Alicia Salerno at
    Turning Point, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from people of color, persons with disabilities, women, and LGBTQ+ applicants.

  • The Executive Assistant provides advanced administrative and clerical support, as well as project assignments for the President & CEO. Performs a broad range of administrative tasks involving sensitivity and discretion. Interacts with all organizational levels. Exercises independent judgment and confidentiality in performance of all work responsibilities.