Updated October 25, 2017
Program Assistant, Senior Solutions Program. We are looking for a responsible, professional individual to assist our Senior Solutions department. This position involves the referral and delivery of services to seniors in a county-wide program. Tasks and duties include information and referral, operation of a food pantry, medical equipment lending, resource guide production, data entry, and supervision of volunteers. Applicants should have an awareness of older adult issues, ability to work with other agencies, excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills, and a familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. The physical requirements of this position are the ability to lift 50 lbs. and clean medical equipment. This is a part-time position (25 hours per week) starting at $12.00 per hour. For more information of to apply, contact Senior Solutions Director Maida Pearce at email@example.com
Activity Assistant / CNA, Adult Day Service. We are looking for a bright, caring individual to help us provide a fun, social, and safe environment for the participants at our Adult Day program. This is an opportunity to use creativity, enthusiasm, and CNA skills to serve your community through a very rewarding job. This is a full-time position (32 hrs/wk) starting at $11.00 per hour. We are looking for someone to work the 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM shift with some flexibility. All of our staff need some flexibility to cover shifts during vacations and illnesses. All applicants should truly enjoy the company of older adults and must desire to advance the quality of their lives. Applicants should have professional experience leading an activity program for older adults and personal or professional experience with providing direct care. We are looking for someone who possess good written and verbal communication skills, good organizational skills, and is physically able to assist participants with transferring from a wheelchair to toilet or chair. We are looking for a person with enthusiasm, energy, and creativity. Applicants MUST be a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) and QMAP is preferred. For more information or to apply, contact Nancy Kingsbury, our ADS Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Caregiver, Homecare Program. Click here for a PDF of Job Description. Caregivers needed to go into clients’ homes for non-medical assistance needs. Must be able to pass a background check. Contact Mary Thatcher, our Homecare Program Director, at email@example.com.
There are many ways you can help! From just an hour or two a week to several hours a week; from a one-time volunteer job to an on-going commitment, The Senior Hub has the perfect fit for you.
Meals on Wheels
Route Delivery Driver – We are in desperate need of drivers! Choose the number of weekdays you deliver meals to clients. You can drive one day, two days, three or four days, or even five days. Meals are delivered Monday through Friday around the Noon hour, with pickup of meals generally beginning at The Senior Hub main office at 11:30 a.m. Drivers are especially needed to deliver routes in parts of Unincorporated Adams County and Westminster. Contact Toya Gonzales at 303-426-4408 ext. 210 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Homecare Program In-Home Volunteer Caregivers
(direct care for clients and their caregivers)
Respite Assistance – Companion to care-receiver while the caregiver is provided respite (relief); 2-4 hours weekly or as needed.
Business Help – Sort mail, invoices, payments, Medicare forms, supplemental insurance forms, paperwork; weekly/monthly.
Chore Service – Small home repairs, assignment usually completed in 1-2 visits.
Friendly Visiting – 1-2 hour visits; weekly or every other week.
Light Housekeeping – Dusting, vacuuming, organizing, laundry; weekly or every other week.
Meal Preparation – Light meals in caregiver’s absence or in between Meals on Wheels service; as needed.
Pet Care – Walking, brushing, bathing, playing, cleaning pet areas, litterbox, and/or emergency pet food distribution.
Shopping – Grocery, drugstore, etc; weekly/every other week.
Telephone Reassurance – 10-15 minute telephone conversations; weekly schedule.
Yard Work/Snow Shoveling – Rake leaves, weed gardens, mow lawn, shovel snow; as needed.
Support Group Volunteer – Stay with care-receiver to enable caregiver to attend monthly caregiver support group; one afternoon or evening per month.
Homecare Program Special Project Volunteers
Spring and Fall Cleanup (usually coincides with Make a Difference Day)
Special Chore Assignments
Contact Johanna Glaviano for all Homecare Program Volunteer Caregiving opportunities at 720-859-2248 or email@example.com. Volunteer caregivers may be individuals or groups. The Volunteer Caregivers Program provides training and continuous support to volunteers. Volunteer caregivers on average provide 2-3 hours of service either weekly or bi-monthly. Special group projects are available throughout the year.
Afternoon Receptionist – Main office in Thornton. Answer and transfer incoming telephone calls on a six-line system, greet clients and guests as they enter, etc. Regular afternoon receptionist and occasional relief receptionists to work on an as-needed, emergency basis. Contact Renee Dees at 303-426-4408 or firstname.lastname@example.org.