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Job Openings! 2020-07-24T12:32:06+00:00

VICAP (Medicare) Counselor Volunteers:

Healthy Generations Rappahannock Area Agency on Aging is seeking a volunteer candidate to become a part of the Virginia Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program.  VICAP offers free, unbiased individualized counseling, community outreach, and public education about Medicare and other related health insurance topics.  Volunteers for this position must have strong communication skills, be able to work independently with limited direction and supervision, be responsible and dependable to complete assigned tasks promptly, able to report and input requested data on a daily basis.

VICAP volunteers empower  adults to prevent healthcare fraud.  Volunteers receive extensive training on Medicare, Medicaid and related insurance topics, including Long-Term Care.  Volunteers, if interested, can give presentations on Medicare and VICAP services to educate the community.

We seek volunteers who are free primarily during business hours, occasional evenings and weekends. Bilingual volunteers are also appreciated.


– Sensitivity in working with vulnerable populations
– NOT a licensed insurance agent/consultant
– Strong planning and organizational skills
– Good written and oral communication skills
– Competence using the computer and the Internet

Requirements & Commitment

– Must be at least 18
– No licensed insurance agents
– Orientation and Training
– Minimum  two to four hours per week/minimum 1 year

DRIVER.IMMEDIATE OPENING. PT position. Approximately 20 – 24 hours per week. Healthy Generations Area Agency on Aging is seeking candidate to transport seniors to cafés, outings in community, events, trips out of town when scheduled, etc. Valid Driver’s License required with good driving record. Criminal background check, and pre-employment drug screening required. Applications can be found at Include current copy of driving recordwith application. EEOE. No phone calls please. Position open until filled.

Duties willinclude but, are not limited to:

· Transportparticipants to and from senior cafés by approved and most efficient routesbased upon daily pick-up list.

· Provide patient andcourteous assistance to participants upon entering and leaving the van and atthe café.

· Provide assistance tothose who will need some help from their door to the van and from the van totheir door.

· Operate the van atall times in a manner consistent with the health and safety of the passengers.

· Transportparticipants to designated shopping points only for the time specified unlessprior approval to vary the shopping schedule.

· Perform routinepre-trip inspection according to the pre-trip form provided.

· Maintain bothinterior and exterior cleanliness of the van with daily cleaning of theinterior.

· Return van to thedesignated area for overnight parking and secure all windows and doors.

· Keep an accuratemonthly van sheet, to be filled out daily.

· While at the café thedrivers are to get their directions and duties from the café manager. The cafémanager is in charge of the café and the drivers are to assist the café managerwhile at the café and on outing.

· Drivers will work inthe kitchen, as needed, to prepare the meals and serve meals and beverages.

· Set up and take downthe tables and chairs based on the requirements of each café.

· Assist withactivities at the café, bingo, arts and crafts, etc.

· After lunch cleanupwill be needed, sweep, wipe tables, collect trash and remove from café.

· The Café Manager willdismiss the drivers to pick up their vans and will dismiss vans when loaded.

· All Agency employeesare to refrain from over expressing their opinions and employees should notengage gossip with anyone at the café. If gossip is reported disciplinaryaction will be taken.

· If the café manageris having a one on one meeting with another driver or participant, give themanager the privacy needed.

· The café manager willbe responsible to give out any transportation or café news or changes. This maybe in conjunction with other management.

Job Type:Part-time

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $11.00 /hour

Driver, Immediate Opening: 20-25 hours per week

Heathy Generations Area Agency on Aging (HGAAA) is seeking a motivated, enthusiastic, conscientious person to fill a part-time driver role with our Mobility Options Program. Interested applicants must be prepared to provide specialized, sensitized, and personalized transportation services to area seniors and persons with disabilities. Criminal background check, and pre-employment drug screening required. Applications can be found at Include current copy of driving record with application. EEOE. No phone calls please. Position open until filled.


Responsibilities: These responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Transport older adults and/or persons with disabilities to targeted destinations (medical offices, grocery stores, personal business, scheduled social events).
  • Provide patient, courteous assistance to all passengers as needed.
  • Ensure safe loading and offloading of all passengers and proper securement of mobility devices as needed (wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, etc.)
  • Display thorough knowledge of the operation and safety features of fleet vehicles, including the completion of daily pre-trip inspections.
  • Provide excellent communication skills when interacting with passengers, care providers, family and HGAAA staff
  • Follow all agency safety and operational rules and procedures, including cleaning and disinfecting protocols.
  • Other duties as assigned.

The Mobility Options program operates Monday – Friday from 5:00 AM – 5:00 PM, however schedules change daily, applicant flexibility preferred.

Qualifications: High school diploma. Valid Virginia driver’s license with positive points required. Driving experience preferred. Applicant must have the use of sensory skills to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and the public using a telephone and/ or in person. Solid working knowledge of state and local laws governing vehicular movement on public thoroughfares. Strong time-management skills. Strong geographic knowledge of the Fredericksburg Region and the ability to read and comprehend maps as well as provide detailed directions when necessary. Some working knowledge of common terminology in the field of transportation. Strong listening skills. Ability to work in an ever-changing and fast-paced environment. Some computer skills. Ability to meet with the public and effectively communicate with them. Ability to prepare and maintain detailed records. Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing.

Physical Requirements: Must have the use of sensory skills to safely and efficiently operate fleet vehicles and communicate and interact with other employees and the public in person. Ability to lift to 25 lbs.

Employment Application (Fillable .pdf)

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Background Screening Form (Fillable .pdf)

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Volunteer Application (.pdf)

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