The Piedmont Triad Regional Council (PTRC) seeks a committed public servant with an understanding of the aging process and the systems associated with serving the elderly.  Qualified candidate will assist with:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 • monitoring of programmatic and fiscal expenditures incurred by aging service providers,

  • training service providers in financial and computer operations,
  • preparing financial reports,
  • reporting and analyzing data using the data management system,
  • contract management,
  • quality assurance reviews

The Aging Systems Specialist works simultaneously in the programmatic, fiscal, and planning functions of the Area Agency on Aging (AAA).  Multi-tasking and working with others are mandatory for this position.  Clear communication with PTRC AAA team members, state and local officials, service providers, community agencies, organizations, businesses, older adults and their families, is key to the successful implementation and development of the programs and services administered by the PTRC Area Agency on Aging.  This position will work with PTRC staff, including continuous coordination with the Aging Systems Coordinator and the Aging MIS Specialist, under the supervision of the Community Resource Specialist Supervisor.  This role is primarily evaluated by attainment of programmatic goals set forth in the PTRC AAA Plan.  Job posting will remain open until filled.

Work is analytical and detailed therefore it is seen as being best prepared for these challenges through completion of an associate degree in business administration, accounting, computer science, or other closely related field.  Considerable work experience should demonstrate the necessary skills, abilities, and knowledge of:

  • principles and practices used in developing human service contacts and contractor monitoring,
  • evaluation and assessment methods,
  • the physical, economic, and social characteristics of the Service Delivery Area,
  • principles and practices of program development and administration,
  • principles and techniques used in coordinating systems of delivery of services,
  • accounting and budgeting principles and the necessary procedures for compiling and reporting data from various sources for fiscal and programmatic reporting

Candidate should have experience using the Microsoft Office Suite, specifically creating and managing worksheets for data analysis.  An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.  Must be able to perform sedentary work exerting up to 40 pounds of force occasionally. Special requirements include a valid North Carolina Driver’s License, passing the pre-employment drug screen and background screening process. Travel throughout 12-county region is required. Other travel may be required on occasion.

Salary is $17.75/hour.  Generally 20 hours per week and not to exceed 1,000 hours annually.  FICA and EAP services only.