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The Town of Abington is hiring a part-time custodian to keep Abington Senior Center and premises neat and clean. The individual will work up to 15 hours/week. Pay is $12.00 per hour. Duties include: sweeping, dusting, washing floors and windows, emptying trash, and other duties as assigned by the COA Director. Must…(Read More)

Coastline is currently accepting applications for a Full-Time,  Bilingual Geriatric Support Services Coordinator. English/Spanish or English/Portuguese speaking college graduates are encouraged to apply!! The successful candidate will report to the Senior Care Options Supervisor. The chosen skilled candidate will demonstrate dynamic leadership in assessing the client’s needs in order to provide…(Read More)

Coastline is currently accepting applications for a Full-Time, Registered Nurse with current MA license for the PCA Program.  The successful candidate will report to the Director of PCA & Community Programs.   We are looking for a great qualified passionate candidate who has a caring nature and is knowledgeable of community services.   The qualified candidate…(Read More)

Summary: The Assistant Director of the Council on Aging supports the day-to-day operations of the Senior Community Center and works closely with the staff to identify service needs, and implement annual goals and objectives. The incumbent provides administrative support to the director in the areas such as office management, computer software and database…(Read More)

Summary:  This position requires a multi-talented technology professional experienced in implementation, management and maintenance of all technology utilized by the Council on Aging.  The program technician oversees the staff and public computers maintenance and updates including laptops, pcs, smart boards, printers, message boards, center telephone system, etc.  Services as the council’s first line…(Read More)

Summary:  Provides social services application assistance to Chicopee seniors, age 60 and older, and their caregivers.  Facilitates access to appropriate resources and services, including, but not limited to: Medicare, Medicaid, fuel assistance, food stamps, housing, Social Security, transportation housing, legal services, financial planning, adult day health programs, nursing homes, and Senior Companion Program. See full…(Read More)

Summary: The Town of Stow is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Community Services Coordinator (position formerly known as Town Social Worker). A highly responsible candidate is needed to provide comprehensive professional social services for the entire community. This is a part time, non-benefits eligible position. Duties include: The individual is responsible for…(Read More) is an innovative nonprofit that matches civic-minded experienced professionals over 50, who are retired or semi-retired, with rewarding part-time, temporary opportunities at nonprofits and public institutions. Visit our website ReServists: Use experience & expertise for capacity development projects to help nonprofit and public agencies that face greater…(Read More)

Duties: Interim position to begin early January 2019 for approximately 8-10 weeks. Transport seniors in the van to medical appointments, shopping, Senior Center activities and other errands Follow assigned daily schedule and stay on time; schedule may vary from day to day Complete daily maintenance checklist Submit all monies to the Council on Aging…(Read More)

The Ombudsman Program provides a means for persons in long-term care facilities to voice their problems and concerns and have their complaints addressed. The program is mandated by state and federal law and funded by the Older Americans Act through the Executive Office of Elder Affairs. Ombudsmen are volunteers from diverse backgrounds who visit…(Read More)