Healthy Living Coordinator II

Website Southern Maine Agency on Aging

Please know that we require all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 at the time of hire.

Southern Maine Agency on Aging is looking for a Part-time (30 hours per week) Coordinator for our Healthy Living programs.  The Healthy Living Coordinator II is responsible for a wide variety of high-level administrative and clerical duties and responsibilities within the Healthy Living programs with a primary focus on Congregate and Agewell programming; works in collaboration with the Healthy Living Coordinator I as primary points of contact for programming and ensures that systems are efficient and running smoothly. This is a critical role within the Healthy Living programs with three important and major components: operational excellence, program support and collaboration, program compliance.

Candidate should be comfortable working remotely but also be able to report to our Biddeford, Maine office 2 – 3 times a week



Post-secondary education in a related field, or the equivalent in education and related work experience, preferred.
At least five years of high-level administrative experience in a business office is required.
Experience working with older and/or disabled adults preferred, specifically in a service delivery capacity.
Experience working with volunteers, preferred.
Must be highly organized, able to multi-task and prioritize. Need to be flexible and highly adaptable. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal and attention to detail are key.
Must be self-motivated and driven with the capacity to take on new projects and work well individually. Must also be able to collaborate and operate within a team environment.
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook, and experienced in working with all traditional office equipment as well as general office procedures and current best practices in administrative systems.
Excellent interpersonal skills for dealing tactfully with staff, clients, and the general public, and establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other employees and the public.
At SMAA we work by an established and respected set of Values and Guiding Principles:

Community-Centered. We are committed to community, which means we engage our partners, act fiscally responsible, and are transparent in what we do.
Innovation. We learn and adapt to ensure that we are meeting our clients’ changing needs and the changing community landscape.
Belonging. We foster an environment of belonging and inclusion, interrupt ageism, and empower other voices.
Client-Centered. We are client-centered, working with our clients to empower them and their communities.
Impact-Driven. We are committed to excellence, and measuring the impact of our results.
Team-oriented. As a team, we take time to help each other, communicate on a regular basis, and have fun in a safe and respectful atmosphere.


Please note:  SMAA requires that applicants submit a cover letter and resume at the time of application.  If your experience looks a little different from what we’ve identified and you think you’d be great at this role, we’d love to learn more about you!

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