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Supporting Central Vermonters to Age with Dignity and Choice

Central Vermont Council on Aging is an innovative agency dedicated to quality services for older persons living in Central Vermont. We believe in and promote employee wellbeing through our wellness committee activities, generous paid time off, comprehensive health, dental and vision insurances, discounted gym memberships and a commitment to work-life balance. Salary is based on experience.

Central Vermont Council on Aging is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Applications from veterans, mature workers, individuals with disabilities, LGBTQ individuals, and people from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds are encouraged.


Current Openings

Data Systems Director
40 Hours per week

Exciting new position in innovative social service agency serving older Vermonters. Be part of a dedicated team of professionals working to support older Vermonters to live with dignity and choice. Our Data Director will work with our staff to ensure that we can use the data we input to increase the agency’s visibility and improve services.

Are you someone who:

  • Loves data and computers, with a strong understanding of databases and data analysis
  • Has experience as a data or systems manager, preferable in a non-profit
  • Has relevant degrees or certifications
  • Has an analytical mindset and loves to solve problems
  • Can easily communicate to those who aren’t as computer savvy
  • Loves to work both independently and as part of a team.

Click here to view job description.

To apply, please send resume, cover letter and names of three references to jobs@cvcoa.org by November 9.

Case Manager
40 Hours per week

Based in our Morrisville office and working in Lamoille County, the Case Manager will work with older persons to remain in their homes through creative connections with state and community resources.

The successful applicant will have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience, ability to work independently in a fast paced environment, reliable transportation, experience with data entry and a working knowledge of MS Office, Excel, Word and Outlook. Experience with senior populations and public benefits programs is preferred.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to jobs@cvcoa.org by September 15.

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Volunteer Office Assistant
10-15 Hours per week

Central Vermont Council on Aging seeks a part-time volunteer who enjoys working in a friendly office environment, likes organizational projects and using office skills.  The volunteer assistant would support our dedicated Senior Companions who provide much needed help to aging Vermonters throughout the state.  This volunteer position is for 10-15 hours per week.  Specific duties will include:

• maintaining paper and electronic records and communications;
• utilizing Microsoft Office programs including Outlook, Word and Excel);
• entering data in our volunteer management database (training will be provided);
• assisting with mailings and processing bi-weekly timesheets from senior companions who receive stipends.

The right person should be organized and comfortable with in-person and telephone communications, have a willingness to learn and the ability to maintain confidentiality of our Senior Companions and CVCOA’s clients.  

Please contact Linda Conroy, Director, Statewide Senior Companion Program, lconroy@cvcoa.org, to find out more about how you can be a (Very Appreciated) volunteer office assistant!

CVCOA Employment Policy

Equal Opportunity:
CVCOA is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions are based on merit and business needs and not on race, color, religion, sex, age, marital or civil union status, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, place of birth, ancestry, citizenship, military or veteran status, need for health insurance, or disability or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.

It is the policy of CVCOA to comply with all of the relevant and applicable provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). We will not discriminate against any qualified employee or job applicant with respect to any terms, privileges, or conditions of employment because of a person’s physical or mental disability. We will also make a reasonable accommodation whenever necessary for all employees or applicants with disabilities, provided that the individual is qualified to safely perform the essential duties and assignments connected with the job and provided that any accommodations made do not impose an undue hardship on our organization, in conformance with state and federal laws.

In order to achieve work relationships among employees, supervisors, and managers at every level which are free from any form of unlawful discrimination, unlawful harassment or  intimidation, no party shall discriminate against or harass any employee because of age, race, color, religion, sex, marital or civil union status, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, place of birth, ancestry, citizenship, military or veteran status, need for health insurance, disability or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.

Immigration Compliance Policy:
CVCOA is committed to employing only people who are United States citizens or who are aliens legally authorized to work in the United States. We do not illegally discriminate because of a person’s citizens or national origin.

Because we comply with Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, every new employee at CVCOA is required to complete the Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9 and show documents that prove identity and employment eligibility within three business days of commencing employment.

Unlawful Harassment Prohibited:
CVCOA intends to provide a work environment that is pleasant, professional, and free from unlawful behaviors, such as sexual harassment and discrimination that interfere with work performance. Unlawful harassment of any sort will not be tolerated.  This includes harassment based on: race, color, ancestry, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, age, marital or civil union status, sexual orientation, place of birth, citizenship, military or veteran status, need for health insurance, or disability, or such other characteristics as may be protected by state or federal law.