Part-Time Special Projects Assistant

The Coastal Area Agency on Aging seeks a Part-Time (25-29 hrs/week) Special Projects Assistant to handle multi projects and administrative tasks. Requirements: Associate's degree in business administration, communication, sociology, or similar education. Microsoft Office applications proficiency required. Experience in community services or aging services a plus.

Candidate must be a team player with excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Must possess good time management, organizational, research and problem solving skills. Position coordinates, develops, and organizes projects that are specially funded, training activities, special events, required reporting, public relations and other administrative duties. Valid State of Georgia Driver's License. Please submit cover letter and resume outlining qualifications to Dionne Lovett, Aging Services Director at or mail to 1181 Coastal Drive, SW, Darien, GA  31305.



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It is the policy of the Coastal Regional Commission to foster, maintain, and promote equal employment opportunity. The organization shall select employees on the basis of applicants' qualifications and without regard to age, sex, race, color, creed, religion, national origin or physical handicap. All persons expressing interest in employment with the CRC must furnish a current resume and other relevant information as requested.                                        


The Coastal Regional Commission is proud to offer the following employee benefits:

  • Competitive Medical & Life Insurance Package
  • Dental & Vision Insurance Package
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid State of Georgia Holiday Time
  • Retirement Benefit Plans
  • Life Insurance
  • Medical Insurance Plan
  • 401K and 457 Plan
  • Other benefits including Workers Compensation, Jury Duty Leave, Long Term Disability Insurance, and time off to vote

E-Verify #: 254245 – Date of Authorization: 9/18/09