Help Wanted For Senior Social Club

Staff Report

The Council on Aging is interviewing for two paid positions at the Oakmont Senior Social Club program, which is to begin operating in August,

A program administrator will be paid $16 an hour and an assistant $13 an hour, both working 18 hours a week. Each position will require a college degree, preferably in a social service/teaching/recreational type field. Applicants must pass an FBI/DOJ review and fingerprint test and health exam. The Council On Aging will pay for the tests.

Jones emphasized that the most important attribute is an ability to enjoy working with elders along with the skill and patience with the details of paper work.

To arrange for an interview, contact Laurel Anderson, COA’s social day services supervisor, at 525-0143 x 103 or