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12 days ago

HR Business Partner

The May Institute Revere, MA

• Reporting to the Sr. Director, HR & Employee Engagement, function as the primary HR Business Partner to Division VP and collaborate with…

30+ days ago

Clinical Director

The May Institute Revere, MA +2 locations

• Coordinate clinical services in compliance with company policies and procedures • Ensure that all clinical programs meet May Institute and other…

6 days ago

Residential Counselor

The May Institute Revere, MA +2 locations

• Teaching skill development and community integration • Assisting individuals in meeting their personal care and nutritional needs • Managing…

10 days ago

Day Program Specialist

The May Institute Revere, MA +2 locations

May Center for Adult Services is currently accepting resumes for Day Program Specialists to work in our day habilitation facility serving adults with…

30+ days ago

Registered Nurse - RN

The May Institute Revere, MA +2 locations

• Provide one-on-one assessment to individuals served for specific homes with a main objective of safeguarding the health and well-being of…

30+ days ago

Assistant Clinical Director - Adult Services

The May Institute Revere, MA

• Develop, train and monitor behavior support plans for individuals with developmental disabilities/mental health issues in a day…

2 days ago

Assistant Special Education Teacher – new

May Institute Woburn, MA

• Provide direct instruction and support to students in the areas of academics, self-care (ADLs), and vocational tasks • Teach skill development… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Programmer Visual Basic/ASP.Net

The May Institute Randolph, MA

Visual Basic/ASP.Net Programmer - Full time (no nights or weekends) with expertise developing enterprise web applications to join our Information…

11 days ago

BCBA - Behavior Therapist

The May Institute Randolph, MA

• Deliver and coordinate clinical services to students assigned to their core across the school and residential settings • Provide behavioral…

6 days ago

Assistant Program Coordinator - Childrens Services

The May Institute Randolph, MA

• Assist with training and monitoring of residential staff on interactions with students, implementation of behavior support plans, IEP's, and other…

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    Rewarding job working for an amazing organization - among the extremely hard-working, welcoming, and friendly people of the communications/public relations department.

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    Former Employee - Administrative Assistant in Randolph, MA
    Former Employee - Administrative Assistant in Randolph, MA

    I worked at May Institute full-time (less than an year)


    Helping children always feels good, but knowing that the work that you are contributing to is actually helping children around the country who are living with autism and other developmental disabilities is an incredibly rewarding feeling - one that I was able to be reminded of on a daily basis, through the beneficial results of our positive outreach and communication efforts, conferences, campaigns, and programs. Not only was working at May Institute enjoyable, but working for May, and learning so much from some of the organizations most influential and important employees, was even more satisfying.


    Only that the handful of people in the comm/pr department at May/NACs headquarters handles all of the communications and public relations work for the entire, (national,) organization. Although each member of the dept. specializes in certain areas that they put to use when contributing to the final outcome, May Institutes communications/PR department is able to excel in their work because they seem to have their own system of working together as one unit in order to consistently produce excellent results.
    Being new to the department, it can be difficult to get up to speed with this system, however, being an assistant to the dept. allows each member of the comm/PR team to utilize someone in this position to help them produce results without as much stress and time-constraints as they usually handle on a daily basis, because they have someone there to help pick up the slack while working on the numerous very important projects that the dept puts together every month.

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    Hopefully they have an administrative assistant working for the communications/public relations department again, because the wonderful people working in that department deserve to always have someone there to help them achieve their daily goals in any way that will be of positive assistance! :-)

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