Explore our employment and volunteer opportunities. We welcome applicants interested in working with us in support of our mission to provide resources for seniors and adults with disabilities, their families, and caregivers.

Employment Opportunities

North & Central Whidbey Community Outreach Coordinator – Click Here for Full Job Description

 
Please apply online by submitting your cover letter and resume in a single pdf document via email to communityoutreach@islandseniorservices.org. In your cover letter, please describe why you believe you are a uniquely great fit for this role by addressing the qualifications in this announcement.
 
Questions may be directed to Cheryn Weiser, Executive Director. Contact her at cheryn@islandseniorservices.org, or by phone at 360-321-1614.
 
All applications will be held confidential within the Selection Committee and given serious consideration as soon as they are received. We encourage early applications. Interviewing will begin in late May; the position will be open until filled.
 

Development Director – Click Here for Full Job Description

 
Please apply online by submitting your cover letter and resume in a single pdf document via email to:  developmentdirector@islandseniorservices.org

In your cover letter, please describe why you believe you are a uniquely great fit for this role by addressing the qualifications in this announcement.

Questions may be directed to Cheryn Weiser, Executive Director. Contact her at cheryn@islandseniorservices.org or by phone at (360) 321-1614.

All applications will be held confidentially within the Selection Committee and given serious consideration as soon as they are received. We encourage early applications. Interviewing will begin in early May; the position will be open until filled.
 

Part-time Case Manager

Island Senior Resources is hiring a part-time Case Manager to work in our Aging & Disability Resources department. Seeking enthusiastic professional to join our team! Assist seniors, adults with disabilities, and unpaid caregivers in our community gain access to resources and remain independent.

Application deadline: Thursday, June 6th

How to apply: Send completed employment application, resume, and cover letter in a single PDF to SmithCL2@dshs.wa.gov

Volunteer Opportunities

Helping one of our programs is a great way to be involved, stay engaged and active, and be rewarded by helping others. Our programs rely on volunteers. We need you! (Some programs provide mileage reimbursement)

Time Together Adult Day Program

If you volunteer for the Time Together Adult Day Program, you get to spend 4 and a half hours each week with amazing folks who may be facing difficult challenges associated with aging, developmental disabilities or other cognitive or physical disabilities. The volunteer role is a support role where your focus is on helping participants have an amazing day. You might assist in activities, help folks get from place to place, or just spend some quality time discussing really interesting topics in ways where everyone can engage. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you might laugh so much that you cry! We have a lot of fun at Time Together and our volunteers are an inspirational group, who help make this beloved program a success for everyone who attends. If you can imagine yourself as a Time Together volunteer, give Mel Watson a call at 360-321-1623.

Outreach and Fundraising

Are you creative or a great organizer? We need both kinds of people to help with outreach and fundraising activities. Right now, we need someone to assist with flier design, coordinate delivery of Island Times to local retailers each month (on south Whidbey, mileage is reimbursed). We also need help with organizational tasks related to fundraising events. This involves approximately 2-3 half days each month. You will need knowledge of Microsoft Word, email, and Publisher. If you’d like to learn more, call Robin Bush at (360) 331-5709.

Join our Volunteer Drivers and Volunteer Services Team

Transport seniors to and from medical appointments or help with essential errands for groceries, post office, drug stores, and banks. Drivers drive as far south as Seattle, and as far north as Bellingham. Make new friends while offering a much appreciated and highly needed service.

When you drive others, you provide not only transportation, but a chance to socialize, and help those who can not normally get out and about.

Mileage is reimbursed, and you receive a discount card for purchases at Senior Thrift.

To be a volunteer you must have:

  • No moving violations in the past year, or serious at accidents at any time
  • A valid Washington driver’s license
  • Current Insurance coverage
  • Current vehicle registration
  • Be over 25 years of age
  • Have a friendly outgoing personality

Volunteers are accepted contingent on the results of the following:

  • A WATCH background check
  • Fingerprints processed with WHP
  • Driving record check from Olympia
  • Be willing to sign a Mandatory Reporting form

Senior Thrift 
Volunteer at Senior Thrift in Freeland. Come in and have fun with us!. Any hours available will help. ALL VOLUNTEERS RECEIVE 25% OFF MERCHANDISE.

We need volunteers to clean, price & merchandise:

  • Housewares
  • Christmas
  • Sporting
  • Art (Pictures)
  • Women Clothing
  • CD’s, DVD’s &Records

Island Senior Resources is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are ADA compliant and do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.