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High Country Area Agency on Aging
Aging Programs Compliance Officer

The High Country Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is seeking to fill the Aging Programs Compliance Officer position. This full-time, regular position is responsible for financial and compliance related duties including but not limited to managing reimbursements, data documentation, and monitoring the quality of service provided by the AAA's contracted service providers located throughout the seven-county region. The desired candidate has a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, is highly organized, able to multi-task, communicates well verbally and in writing, and quickly learns and navigates new computer software programs. The High Country AAA is a department of the High Country Council of Governments, an equal opportunity employer.

To Apply: Submit your cover letter and resume to jwiggins@regiond.org by 5 p.m. on Monday, August 13, 2018.


Iredell Council on Aging, Inc.

Seeking a well-organized, people person with a strong human services background for the position of SENIOR CENTER MANAGER for the agency’s Iredell Senior Center, certified a CENTER of EXCELLENCE. The ideal candidate would be an experienced senior center professional with a strong management and supervisory background.  Additional position details below.

 If interested, please contact Anna Rice, Executive Director via email and submit resume to arice@iredellcoa.org

 The Senior Center Manager is a full time position at the agency’s IREDELL SENIOR CENTER located in Statesville, NC. 

 MAJOR DUTIES include:

  • Managing and supervising the day to day Senior Center program operations
  • Directing the Senior Center through the NC Division of Aging and Adult Services certification process and maintaining SENIOR CENTER OF EXCELLENCE status;
  • Planning, coordinating, and scheduling programs, services, and activities to meet older adults’ needs and interests;
  • Developing and maintaining collaborative relationships with businesses and agencies to promote

positive public relations and expertise for educational programs and services as well as financial support as a business sponsor/partner;

  • Maintaining, orienting, and working with an advisory council that assists in annual planning and reviews participant input from required surveys;
  • Initiating and supervising fundraising activities with help from advisory council;
  • Supervising senior center staff – permanent staff, volunteers, instructors and program participants in community service employment program.

 Individual must be a good manager of people and relate well to older adults.  Successful candidate must have a general knowledge of the aging process and the diverse needs of the aging population.  Individual must be a team player who is detailed oriented and has the ability to manage multiple tasks with relative ease. 

 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Graduation from a four year college or university with a degree in human services, psychology, social work gerontology, or related field preferred.  Must possess strong organizational skills, excellent people skills, and very strong oral and written communication skills with management experience.

Starting salary depends on merit, experience, and the person’s ability to perform the required work.