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Assistant Director

St. Nicks Alliance


Assistant Director, Swinging Sixties Older Adult Center - Full Time

The Assistant Director supports the coordination of all programs, services, community outreach and administrative matters at the Center and is primarily responsible for the development, implementation, supervision, and evaluation of all programming. Under the supervision of the Deputy Director of Elder Care for Older Adult Centers & NORC, the Assistant Director also provides case assistance, information & referral, and telephone reassurance, as necessary; assists in the oversight and implementation of agency regulations including the Department for the Aging and the Department of Health; develops and maintains relationships with other community and city-wide providers; and substitutes for the Deputy Director of OACs/NORC as needed. The position reports to the Deputy Director of Elder Care for OACs & NORC and the Director of Elder Care.


Program Activities

  • Develop, plan, schedule, oversee and evaluate dynamic recreational, health promoting, evidence-based and educational activities.
  • Recruit, supervise and coordinate volunteers as appropriate.
  • Work with the Deputy Director in planning and development.
  • Survey members for suggestions and feedback on programs, services, and activities.
  • Provide case assistance and information &referral as appropriate.
  • Train in appropriate skills such as AED and CPR.


  • Supervise the senior transportation program, organize the schedule, and assign trips.
  • Assist in inventory control, facility, and program supplies.
  • Support the Deputy Director OAS.NORC in administrative management, including budget management, IT management, facility management, personnel management, and records management.
  • Assist in compiling statistics and preparing attendance and program reports as required by oversight agencies.
  • Assist in complying with all government agency standards and regulations.
  • Provide task management for interns.


  • Assist in public relations and marketing of the Center.
  • Build relationships with local and city-wide agencies and non-profits to provide Innovative recreational, evidence-based, health & wellness and educational programs, services and activities for center members.
  • Assist in community organizing on behalf of center.


  • Bachelors’ degree in social work or related human services field and at least two years of
  • experience in older adult programs or other human service experience or Associates degree
  • with at least three years experience.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Computer literate with working knowledge of database management.
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects.
  • Calm warm demeanor and superior interpersonal skills.
  • Experience with diverse populations.
  • Bilingual Spanish preferred.
  • Food Handlers Certificate a plus.

How to Apply:

email your resume and cover letter to: Cheryl L. Kamen, LMSW,

Specify the title of the position for which you are applying on the email subject line.

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