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Our Jobs page is a great resource if you are looking for a career in aging. Check back regularly as this page is constantly updated. If you are interested in posting a job, simply fill out the form below.

    Aging & Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) Counselor
COMPANY: Coastal Georgia Regional Commission Area Agency on Aging (AAA)


The Coastal Georgia Area Agency on Aging seeks a qualified candidate to fulfill the duties of Information and Assistance Counselor for senior adults, caregivers, and persons with disabilities. The successful candidate should possess a minimum of an Associate's Degree in Nursing or Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or related field. Knowledge in Gerontology, Health Sciences, or related field is desirable. Must have excellent telephone manner, verbal communication skills, listening and interviewing skills, and strong computer skills

The successful candidate will be responsible for identifying caller needs, processing appropriate assessments, directing individuals to resources, maintaining records, and generating specialized reports. Office located in Darien, Georgia. Full time. Excellent fringe benefits. EOE.
Salary: DOE, with a competitive benefits package.
Deadline: Open until filled.


Send resume to ADRC Program Manager, Coastal Regional Commission, 1181 Coastal Drive SW, Darien, GA 31305 or email to .

    Informatics Care Specialist


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    Financial Director
COMPANY: Athens Community Council on Aging


Athens Community Council on Aging a private, non-profit agency which has served Clarke and the surrounding counties for 50 years is currently searching for the ideal candidate to fill our Financial Director position. The Financial Director will provide accounting and financial support to the fourteen (14) programs that ACCA offers. The Financial Director assists the Chief Executive Officer on all strategic and tactical matters as they relate to budget management, cost benefit analysis, forecasting needs and the securing of new funding.

Duties include but are not limited:

Prepare annual operating and capital budgets for each agency program. Maintain general ledger, manage cash flow and forecasting, conduct bank and other reconciliations and oversee all accounts. Maintain compliance with all federal, state and local regulations including payroll and fundraising matters.  Reconcile all cash accounts monthly. Prepare end of month journal entries and reconcile all balance sheet accounts monthly. Prepare monthly financial statements for Program staff and Board of Directors. Maintain fixed asset and depreciation records. Prepare annual budgets for all grants and coordinate monthly program funding billings. Work cooperatively with external auditor in preparations of audited financial statements ensures all necessary filings are completed. Provide supervision to Finance staff and participate in regularly scheduled Management Team Meetings. Work with Chief Executive Officer to monitor expenses.


Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance or related field.  Five years of financial experience and management experience with the day-to-day financial operations of an organization.  A strong knowledge and understanding of non-profit accounting principles.  Experience with nonprofits preferred and Medicaid billing experiences a plus.  Ability to work independently and as part of a team.  Experience working with Executive Management and Boards of Directors.  Strong proficiency with current financial and accounting computer applications. Discretion and judgment with a high level of personal integrity.  Capable of maintaining composure while working under pressure, in a fast-paced environment, with multiple deadlines and assignments, all while completing tasks in a timely and professional manner. Benefits package includes medical, dental plans, holiday, vacation, sick pay and retirement plan.


Complete agency application and resume required for consideration. Applications may be found at or picked up at 135 Hoyt Street, Athens, GA. Applications may be returned ; fax: 706-549-7786 or returned to 135 Hoyt Street, Athens, GA 30601 EOE


    Wellness Coordinator
COMPANY: Three Rivers Area Agency on Aging
LOCATION: Franklin, GA


Looking for energetic, organized person that is comfortable with multitasking various projects at the same time. The candidate will be responsible for planning, developing, and implementing the TRAAA Nutrition and Wellness program that improves health and wellness of older adults.

o Duties include: planning and presenting education programs and events in the community.

o Reviewing homebound and congregate meal settings

o Coordinate the Georgia Senior Farmer's Market plan and analysis the senior centers' menu using ESHA software

o Oversee 14 senior activity center kitchen and the center's operation, providing monitoring, and technical assistance to meet state requirements.

o Provide assistance with the Harmony Information reporting system to subcontractor staff

o Coordinate and facilitate the Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management program, Diabetes Self-Management program, and Tai Chi for health classes.

o Experience writing Health and Wellness grants and assistance with the development of other related grant proposals.

o Provide ongoing technical assistance to all kitchens per request concerning ordering, food substitutes, etc.

o Provide other duties as requested.

Requirement: Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetic is optimal, other related education and experience in the management of health and wellness programs will be considered.

Registration through the Commission on Dietetic Registration as Registered Dietitian(RD) or Dietetic Technician (DTR) is desirable.

Salary: $38,000-42,500


If interested in the position, please send your resume to


    Money Follows the Person Transitions Coordinator Assistant (Part-Time position)
COMPANY: Three Rivers Area Agency on Aging
LOCATION: Franklin, GA


Location: Franklin, GA -will only consider applicants within a 30-mile radius.

Money Follows the Person Transitions Coordinator Assistant (Part-Time position)

HOURS: 8:30-5:00 Monday, Wednesday and Thursday . 24 hours ONLY

Looking for energetic, organized, self-motivated person that is comfortable with multitasking job responsibilities. The candidate will be responsible for the following job duties.

  • Receive client referrals from referring staff member.
  • Upload all documents to the Harmony Information reporting system.
  • Generate electronic and hard copy client files.
  • Make initial telephone contact with referring nursing home social worker and/or client within 48 hours of receipt of referral.
  • Set up initial face to face meeting after discussing calendar with transitions coordinator.
  • File all paperwork in client files.
  • Discuss pertinent documents and referrals with transitions coordinator.
  • Attend weekly meeting with transitions coordinator.
  • Document all activity in appropriate client file within expected Standard of Promptness.
  • Complete monthly contacts on telephone.
  • Complete sentinel events as needed in a timely manner and annotate follow-up events.
  • Complete shopping on day of client transition from the nursing home.
  • Answer calls and respond to emails as needed.
  • Shopping and online shopping as needed.
  • Review current client files to ensure completion.
  • Request needed documentation from clients, social workers, and waiver coordinators.
  • Request waiver status.
  • Obtain or request vital records and pertinent documentation from social worker and client.
  • Assist in scheduling needed transportation for clients.
  • Process receipts and complete Vendor Payment Request (VPR) forms and provide to MFP Program Manager.
  • Follow up on HUD811 applications.
  • Research housing options as needed.

Requirements: Associate's Degree with computer and Internet experience, telephone etiquette, and interpersonal skills.  Must have reliable transportation and be willing to travel within a 10 county area. 

Part-time and salary: 24 hours a week at $17 per hour.


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    Clinical Surveyor (Compliance Specialist)
COMPANY: GA Department of Community Health


DCH is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Clinical Surveyor
(Compliance Specialist) with the Healthcare Facility Regulation (HFR) Division.


Under general supervision, the Clinical Surveyor conducts on-site surveys of health care facilities regulated by the state to determine compliance with applicable state and/or federal rules and regulations. The work primarily involves the evaluation of the quality of care provided to residents in long-term care and patients in acute care settings, but also includes other types of licensed providers. Work is performed through the application of knowledge, methods, practices, procedures, policies, and regulations related to various professional disciplines in the health care and human service fields. Surveys are conducted either independently or as a part of a multi-disciplinary team. The position may be required to perform these duties as a team leader, team member or individually as assigned.  The position must be able to clearly document findings through written reports following prescribed process and format .


After hire, this position is required to successfully complete all preparatory training provided, including successful completion of the Surveyor Minimum Qualifications Test within the first 12 months of employment as required by Sections 1819(g) (2) (C) (ii) of the Social Security Act, as amended, and Article IV (B) of the Agreement pursuant to Section 1864 of the Social Security Act.  


Entry Hiring Salary:  $50,000.00

Current Georgia state government employees will be subject to SPB rule provisions.


Click HERE for more informaiton and to apply.

    Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) Counselor
COMPANY: Southern Georgia Regional Commission
LOCATION: Waycross, GA


Southern Georgia Regional Commission is accepting applications for an ADRC Counselor. Applicants must have an RN license or a four-year degree in social work or a related field. The ADRC Counselor's duties include telephonic screening and counseling of individuals who are elderly and/or disabled and needing information/services. Occasional outreach activities and client visits in homes and other community settings. Two years related experience and keyboarding skills required.  Driver's license, MVR, background check, and drug test required.  Beginning salary range $34,621 to $36,798. Excellent benefits. Position is out of the Waycross office.

Job Description


Send resume to 1725 South Georgia Parkway W, Waycross, GA  31503. Deadline for receipt of resumes is 4 pm on 3/3/17.  EOE 60+. 


    Mature Adults Coordinator
COMPANY: The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta
LOCATION: Dunwoody, GA


POSITION TITLE:  Mature Adults Coordinator                        
FSLA: Non-Exempt
REPORTS TO: Director of Outreach and Engagement
Part-time (15-20hrs/week)

Position Summary:

The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta is seeking a Mature Adults Coordinator to assist with the execution and planning of events, classes, and activities for the Mature Adults program. From Recreational activities to personal enrichment classes and Jewish learning; the MJCCA provides endless opportunities to Jewish seniors in and around Atlanta. This position requires creativity, professionalism and willingness to work with a group of people towards the common goal of creating outstanding programing.

Essential Functions:

  • Responsible for collecting funds for weekly drop-in programs, which may include but is not limited to mahjong, mature adults discussion groups and lectures.
  • Plan and execute weekly programming for the mature adult's population, which includes coordination logistics for room reservations, registration, and marketing of program, audio visual needs, and transportation, if necessary.
  • Develop a follow-up strategy to keep mature adults participants engaged in MJCCA programs.
  • Coordinate with Facilities Administrator to ensure rooms are reserved and room is set up appropriately for the specific program.
  • Work with assigned Marketing Manager on monthly e-newsletter and other program promotional materials.
  • Assist with coordination and implementing quarterly Senior Day program, in partnership with Jewish Family and Career Services, NORC and other potential partner agencies.
  • Assist Director of Outreach and Engagement with identifying opportunities to grow programmatic offering that would appeal to participants of various demographics and ages with the mature adult population.
  • Serve as a coordinator with any mature adults sponsors to ensure adequate signage and or promotional materials at programs, as appropriate.
  • Attend mature adults committee meetings, which take place 2-4 times per year.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Exhibits patience, and a natural tendency toward customer service.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook and comfort with Excel is a plus.
  • Willingness to learn database entry for specific mature adults programs. 


Complete an  Employment Application and submit with a resume to or fax to 678.812.3948.


    FT Social Worker
COMPANY: Community Care Services Program


General Description:
Under direction, performs work of moderate difficulty by providing skilled casework services to selected caseloads or clients with special problems such as health disability or those at risk of nursing home placement; provides specialized casework services aimed at securing the client's overall well-being and maximum degree of independent functioning. Serves large geographic areas which may include one large county and/or many small counties which may involve extensive travel, and performs related work as required.

A. Minimum Education and Experience
*Bachelor's degree in social work, sociology, psychology, or a related field, AND
*Two years experience in the human service or health related field.
B. Minimum Skill and Knowledge
*Ability to effectively coordinate and communicate with clients, service providers, general public, and other staff members.
*Skill in establishing and sustaining interpersonal relationships
*Knowledge of human behavior, gerontology
*Skills in team building and group dynamics
*Knowledge of community organization and service system development
*Problem solving skills and techniques
*Knowledge and skill in social and health service intervention techniques and methodology.


Email a cover letter and resume to:


    Long-Term Care Ombudsman Volunteers Needed


Advocate Needed for Long-Term Care Facility Residents

The Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program (LTCO) seeks volunteers to help advocate for the rights of residents in nursing homes and personal care homes. Highly trained volunteers visit long-term care facilities and listen to residents to help LTCO staff investigate and resolve complaints, with permission and direction from each resident.

LTCO staff and volunteers focus on residents' rights, providing a vital link to quality of life and care for over 70,000 residents of nursing homes and personal care homes across Georgia. By their regular presence in facilities, LTCO representatives build trust with residents. The residents know that LTCO representatives advocate for what the resident wants , said Melanie S. McNeil, Georgia Long-Term Ombudsman for Georgia.

By law, the LTCO representative is required to visit quarterly each of Georgia's 371 nursing homes and over 2,500 personal care homes. The LTCO Program meets an increasing demand for services with the help of volunteers who have exceptional listening and advocacy skills. Volunteers are trained to make friendly visits to residents. Those volunteers who choose to become certified are permitted to handle complaints.

Many residents do not have family or regular visitors who advocate for them. That's when LTCO staff and volunteers step in to observe interactions between staff and residents in order to see that resident rights are being honored, and that the quality of care and life is good. Each facility displays a poster with LTCO Program contact information so that residents and families can call if a concern arises.

LTCO staff and volunteers work with residents on issues such as getting respectful treatment, having call lights answered timely, being served culturally appropriate meals, having the chance to engage in preferred activities, and more. Information must be kept confidential unless the resident gives permission for it to be shared. Certified LTCO volunteer representatives then discuss concerns on behalf of the residents with the facility management and work toward a resolution.


For information about training and opportunities, visit or call the Office of the State Ombudsman, at 866-55AGING (866-552-4464) and select the option 5 for LTCOP.




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