Job Openings

Stavros employs about 150 employees at our offices in Amherst, Springfield and Greenfield. We encourage people with disabilities to apply for positions at Stavros. However, please don't send us a resume unless you are applying for a posted job opening.

Current Job Openings

Youth Services Peer/Advocate Counselor– Job Opening!

Private nonprofit disability organization seeks full-time individual to work with youth with disabilities.  Applicant is expected to provide independent living skills training,  peer counseling, transportation orientation, and teach self-advocacy skills to transition age youth. Must have personal experience with disabilities. Group facilitation skills and individual advocacy experience desirable.  Advocate will be based out of the Amherst office. Some evenings required. Interested applicants should send resume with cover letter to Youth Services Department, 210 Old Farm Road, Amherst, MA 01002 by December 21, 2018. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.AA/EOE

Position: Registered Nurse

Full time Registered Nurse needed to complete in home evaluations in Hampden County and surrounding area for state funded program. Requires at least 1 year community health experience, knowledge of disabilities and community resources. Proficiency with medical documentation and reliable transportation required. Bilingual preferred.

Competitive pay, mileage reimbursement, excellent benefit package and flexible schedule.

Interested candidates should fax resume to 413-253-3647, ATTN: Sue. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE

Position: Skills Trainer

Description:  Skills Trainer out of the Springfield Office. Seeking individual with excellent communication and organizational skills. This position is to educate people with disabilities about available community programs and services. Must be self- motivated, able to work independently; have reliable transportation and willing to travel. Understanding of PCA program will be useful. It is a full time position with excellent benefits. 

Skill Trainer will provide the following services, for MassHealth members who apply to Stavros for the PCA Services:  Assessment, Orientation and Skills Training.  To educate and assist individuals with disabilities to acquire and maintain personal assistant services so that they will be able to effectively manage their own PCA programs and live independently. In addition, to monitor the progress in acquiring and maintaining personal care assistant services.

Requirements: To remain informed about State and Federal regulatory changes in policy and procedures as they are related to the Personal Assistant Services through readings and meetings assigned by the Director of Skills Trainers and Skills Trainer Coordinator. To review the performance of PCA consumer and/or surrogates to ensure that they are administering the PCA program in compliance with the MassHealth PCA program regulations and ensuring that the participant has maximum control over their programs. To identify additional needs of Consumer that help maximizes their independence; including but not limited to transportation, housing, communication needs, social/recreational, advocacy, assistance equipment, and MassHealth (Medicaid) eligibility and to report these to the Skills Trainer Coordinator. To be knowledgeable about the services provided by Stavros; to represent Stavros in a professional manner; to be aware of the independent living philosophy and encourage and foster others; to take/keep control of their lives.

Must have personal experience with disabilities, be well-organized, computer literate, and have excellent written/verbal communication skills. Reliable transportation a must. Bi-lingual applicants encouraged to apply. People with disabilities encouraged to apply. AA/EOE.

Send resume and cover letter to:

Natasha Gonzalez Skills Training Coordinator/Supervisor at Stavros, C.I.L.

227 Berkshire Avenue Springfield MA 01108



READ THIS MESSAGE If you are interested in WORKING as a Personal Care Attendant !

Important Message for people interested in becoming Personal Care Attendants (PCA): Stavros does not hire Personal Care Attendants, people with disabilities are responsible for hiring their own PCAs. If you wish you may The Massachusetts Workforce Council to find ut more about how to become a PCA

NEW !!!!  You may also find sign up to be a PCA at the Mass PCA Referral Directory at

or download their FAQ's here