Vinfen was named the 20th largest nonprofit organization in Massachusetts by the Boston Business Journal this week, rising from its slot as the 25th largest nonprofit in 2019. Of the top 20 nonprofits this year, Vinfen had the greatest number of employees. And according to massnonprofit, Vinfen also registered the largest year-to-year percentage increase in assets – up 30.4%, or $32.3 million, to $127.3 million in 2019.

In fact, Vinfen has more than 3,100 employees who work across our 318 programs in Massachusetts and Connecticut. Our staff members are caring and dedicated people who have become experienced, highly-trained professionals in the field of health and human services. Every day, they pride themselves in helping to transform the lives of people with mental health conditions, intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injuries, and behavioral health challenges. Through the partnership between our dedicated staff, the people we serve, their family and friends, and professionals and organizations across the field of health and human services, Vinfen has become a leading provider of community-based services that support the people we serve to achieve their goals and lead more independent, productive, and valued lives as members of their community.

As one of the largest nonprofit employers and service providers in the state, Vinfen is always looking for talented, dedicated individuals to join our team. From residential counselors to day program instructors to peer specialists, if you have the drive to make difference in the lives of people with disabilities and those who face mental health challenges, we have a job for you.

Interested, but not sure where to start? Connect with one of our recruiters today and they can help find the role that’s right for you.

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