Are you interested in joining a team of caring and compassionate individuals who work together to ensure our Central Florida seniors are well cared for as they age? See below for the current openings at Senior Resource Alliance and click on the job titles to learn more about each position. Not seeing the position for you? Fill out the form at the bottom of this page and a team member will be in touch.
This position is responsible to ensure accurate and timely processing of monthly consolidated billing and related general ledger transactions. Ensure timely processing of monthly consolidated billing, including review of provider reports and invoices, processing advances, validation of billing to state recording systems (CIRTS/eCIRTS), reconciliation with the general ledger, and year-end reporting.
CCE Intake Specialist
This is a call center position. The Community Care for the Elderly (CCE) Intake Specialist conducts assessments, provides education and completes referrals for seniors 60+ living in the community, seeking long-term care assistance. This can include Medicaid and non-Medicaid funded programs.
Medicaid Benefits Counselor
This is a call center position. The Medicaid Benefits Counselor provides long-term care program education and completes assessments for long-term care programs for the aged and disabled in our region. This position performs activities that facilitate access to and the determination of Medicaid eligibility for individuals seeking services. This position is 100% Medicaid-related.
Information & Referral Specialist
This is a call center position. The Information and Referral Specialist provides callers with information and referrals for programs, services and activities concerning aged and disabled populations.
Health & Wellness Specialist
This is a full time hourly professional position on the staff of the Area Agency on Aging intended to assist in training, developing, planning, implementing, outreach, and facilitating evidence-based programs for seniors in community groups and organizations as assigned in the 4-county area we service (Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Brevard). The position also requires administrative duties in the office such as billing, record keeping, and compliance reporting.
AmeriCorps Wellness Advocate- Senior Wellness & Health Ambassador
AmeriCorps Senior Health and Wellness, has been designed to combat social isolation and loneliness felt by seniors and disabled adults. The goal is to improve the overall health of seniors through a variety of approaches by promoting mental, physical and emotional well-being through social connections. This program will utilize AmeriCorps members who will be stationed at host/partner sites such as senior and community centers across four central Florida counties; Brevard, Orange, Osceola and Seminole. SRA AmeriCorps members will be assisting in facilitating a number of evidence-based activities aimed at increasing social connections and improving health (mental and physical) amongst seniors and disabled adults. AmeriCorps members will function as part of a community team, helping the health and wellness specialists. Members will participate in community service projects to enhance the impact the program has on health and wellness in the community.
AmeriCorps Wellness Advocate- Heart to Heart Walkie-Talkie Ambassador
Heart to Heart Walkie-Talkie program is a service provided by SRA that connects older adults who live alone, are homebound, or are self-isolating due to COVID 19 with caring and compassionate AmeriCorps members. The participant will receive calls from members to have a friendly conversation about their health and wellbeing, needs and referral to select resources. This will enable our seniors to reduce the harmful effects of isolation and loneliness.
AmeriCorps Wellness Advocate- Aging & Disability Resource Ambassador
Aging & Disability Resource Ambassador Program is designed to reach out to clients who had indicated a need for assistance in the past; to determine if they are still needing assistance and point them in the right direction to appropriate programs and services. Calls that come into the ADRC vary widely, but they are all from people who need some form of assistance. Calls can be for seniors who need food assistance, health insurance assistance, utility assistance, rental payment assistance, transportation, in-home assistance, personal care and homemaking assistance, adult daycare, caregiver support groups, and more.