Join ElderSource for Senior Volunteering and More

ElderSource Job Opportunities:


Got RV driving experience? Looking for a fun, part-time job getting out into the community? ElderSource needs driver for its 32-foot Mobile Resource Center. ElderSource, the Area Agency on Aging and Aging & Disability Resource Center, is a nonprofit that provides information and resources to seniors, caregivers and persons with disabilities. As part of our mission to serve our clients in our seven county area, we participate in many community activities to encourage people to utilize the resources available through our agency.

The driver for the ElderSource Mobile Resource Center would drive the vehicle to and from various community events, assist the outreach coordinator with setting up table and information materials, be responsible for monitoring the maintenance of the vehicle and report and difficulties to the Communications Director in order to make repairs.

It is essential that the driver be friendly and flexible, as this person is often seen as one of the first contacts with our agency.

  • Clean driving record; valid Florida driver’s license Experience operating and driving a bus, van or recreational vehicle.
  • Flexible, friendly and team player
  • Level II background check
  • Be able to lift 10-30 pounds
  • Be able to work comfortably in natural conditions such as heat or cold
  • CDL license preferred; some mechanical experience preferred
  • High school education

Call 391-6670 or online at


The receptionist will answer inquiries and obtain information for public, customers, visitors, and other interested parties. Provide information regarding activities conducted at establishment; location of departments, offices, and employees within organization by performing the following duties:

A. Switchboard
1. Operate telephone switchboard to answer, screen, and forward calls, providing information, taking messages and scheduling appointments.
2. Hear and resolve complaints from customers and public.
3. Transmit information or documents to customers, using computer, mail, or facsimile machine.
4. Schedule appointments, and maintain and update appointment calendars.
5. Analyze data to determine answers to questions from customers or members of the public.
6. Provide information about establishment such as location of departments or offices, employees within the organization, or services provided.
B. Welcome Visitors
1. Greet persons entering establishment, determine nature and purpose of visit, and direct or escort them to specific destinations.
2. Manage visitor log and issue and retrieve appropriate passes.
C. Administrative Support
1. Perform administrative support tasks such as collating documents, assembling meeting/training packets, proofreading, transcribing handwritten information, and operating calculators or computers to work with pay records, invoices, balance sheets and other documents.
2. File and maintain records
D. Resource Center: Manage resource center materials, which includes tracking name of borrower and return to             inventory dates.
E. Mail
1. Bundle, label, and route sorted mail to designated areas depending on destinations and according to established procedures and deadlines.
2. Prepare outgoing mail, including applying postage and labels.
F. Email: Checks the agency’s administrative email and the resource center email for volunteer applications, job postings, resource material requests, etc. and distributes accordingly.

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Interested in Helping a Senior In Need?

ElderSource, the Area Agency on Aging for Northeast Florida is looking for volunteers to help seniors sign up for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance program, commonly known as SNAP.  There are approximately 32,000 seniors living in northeast Florida who are potentially eligible for SNAP benefits, but are not taking advantage of this resource. grocery

Volunteers are needed to assist seniors with completing SNAP applications online, advocating for the benefits of the SNAP program, as well as educating the community against stigmas that prevent older adults from utilizing this program.

A minimum of four (4) hours per week is desired.  Call today and make a difference in the life of a senior! Contact Sherrie Keshner at 904.391.6688

ElderSource Board of Director Opportunities:

ElderSource has several opportunities for individuals to become engaged in the important work, discussions and decisions that involve aging issues in the seven counties we serve. We need strong voices, advocates and fundraisers to work with us to carry out our agency’s mission.

The ElderSource Board of Directors is responsible for the oversight and stewardship of the Area Agency on Aging and the Aging & Disability Resource Center. They have the fiduciary responsibility of ensuring these funds are properly managed and well used in providing quality services to those in greatest needed. These groups are primarily funded through state and federal resources, but we can use your help.

ElderSource Advisory Council: 

We are currently seeking volunteer members for our Advisory Council, specifically seniors who reside in St. Johns County.

Duties for an Advisory Council member are to report on the needs of elderly and emerging issues in their respective counties; review and comment on the agency’s Area Plan; study legislative issues and advocate on behalf of the elderly; assist in promoting the mission, programs and activities of the agency; and to educate the public about the needs and the contributions of the elderly.

Members serve as voices for the counties in which they live. Advisory Council members are comprised primarily of individuals over the age of 60 who inform the ElderSource Board and Management of the needs of elders in their community and help with advocating on their behalf.

“Our Advisory Council members are an important asset to our organization,” said Linda Levin, Executive Director of ElderSource. “They are an active voice we need to hear in order for us to stay in touch on the senior issues affecting the communities in which they live.”

Meetings are held the third Thursday of every other month from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the ElderSource offices located 10688 Old St. Augustine Road, Jacksonville. Advisory Council members are reimbursed for their mileage to and from the meeting. The next meeting is scheduled Thursday, April 20, 2017.

For more information about how to become an ElderSource Advisory Council member, please call 904.391.6600 or email

For information on any of the ElderSource Boards, please call 904.391.6600 or email We’d love to hear from you and how you can be part of our growing organization!

10688 Old St. Augustine Road
Jacksonville, FL 32257

Toll free: 888.242.4464
Local: 904.391.6600
Fax: 904.391.6693

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