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Age Strong Job Opportunities

Our mission is to enhance older adults' lives with meaningful programs, resources, and connections so we can live and age strong in Boston together. We have a dedicated staff who serve as advocates for Boston's older adults. We believe that Bostonians who are 55 and older make our City strong and vibrant. 

Interested in joining us? Check out the City of Boston's Career Center website for current openings. We are an equal opportunity employer.

ONGOING RECRUITING

We currently have multiple positions open at the Age Strong Commission. Below are the roles that we are hiring for.

Advocacy and housing

Housing specialist 

Under the supervision of the Director of Housing, the Housing Specialist is responsible for providing housing services to older adults, which may include advocating on behalf of older adults in housing court, conducting housing search, administering and advocating for programs and services, preparing statistical reports and records, and performing related duties. City of Boston residency is required. Here is the complete job description and link to submit an application.


Advocacy and Benefits Coordinator

The Advocacy and Benefits Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the Commission’s benefits work and providing management support to the Advocacy unit. Responsibilities may include handling complex cases, creating and delivering presentations, training staff, as well as assisting in the coordination of the day to day operations of the unit. Here is the complete job description and link to submit an application.

Age Strong Shuttle

driver

The Age Strong Shuttle Driver provides door-to-door transportation service to Boston’s older adults including rides to medical appointments, shopping trips, and recreational activities. City of Boston residency is required. Here is the complete job description and link to submit an application.

East Boston Senior Center

Assistant Director

The Assistant Director is responsible for assisting the Executive Director of the East Boston Senior Center in the planning, organization, and administration of the senior center in accordance with the participants’ needs, government regulations, and center policies and procedures. The position requires a combination of administrative, program development, as well as direct service skills with a commitment to working with older adults to improve their quality of life. Here is the complete job description and link to submit an application.

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