Property Tax Programs and other resources to increase the economic security of older
Ability to work cooperatively with individuals, partners, funders and manage programs with
multiple priorities required
Excellent time management, delegation and organizational skills with attention to
Ability to communicate effectively during presentations to groups of older adults,
caregivers, and professionals
Ability to effectively manage and train volunteer teams to meet program goals
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to accommodate local travel around suburban Cook County.
Master’s Degree or Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Gerontology,
Counseling, or a related field and at minimum one year experience in social services
(preferably in aging), or related area.
AgeOptions is committed to improving the quality of life and maintaining the dignity of older adults and those who care about them – through leadership and support, community partnerships, comprehensive services, accurate information and powerful advocacy. AgeOptions is recognized nationally as a leader in developing and helping to deliver innovative community-based resources and options to older populations in transition and through our network of community agencies, serves approximately 136,000 people annually. AgeOptions receives federal, state, private, foundation, and individual charitable contributions. Our offices are conveniently located in downtown Oak Park near the Lake Street L Green line and Union Pacific west Metra train station. We offer a casual work environment with competitive salaries and strong benefit packages. To learn more about what we do, please visit our website at: www.ageoptions.org.