What would you do if you found out a loved one was being abused, neglected or exploited? Would you even know the signs? Would you know who to call for help?
Annually, June 15th is international World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Elder abuse is all too real. Last year, Indiana Adult Protective Services (APS) received almost 35,000 calls for service resulting in more than 9,500 cases investigated; two-thirds involved persons over the age of 60.
In general, elder abuse refers to intentional or neglectful acts by a caregiver or “trusted” individual that lead to, or may lead to, harm of a vulnerable elder. Physical abuse, neglect, emotional or psychological abuse, financial abuse and exploitation, sexual abuse and abandonment are all considered forms of elder abuse. Self-neglect may also be considered mistreatment.
IAAAA is hiring an Administrative Assistant! Send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 24, 2016, or apply through Career Builder.
The Administrative Assistant facilitates the operation of IAAAA, its CEO and other staff by assuming responsibility for a variety of clerical, logistical, administrative and business related duties. We are quiet office of 4 full-time staff, 1 part-time staff, and a couple contractors. This position offers a regular schedule (no overtime) with varied responsibilities each day, including opportunities to interact with a non-profit board of directors and the public. Approximately 45% general office support, 20% CEO support, 35% program support.
We pay a competitive non-profit salary with 12 holidays a year, plus vacation and sick time. Health, vision, life and dental insurances are available, along with a 401k retirement program match, flexible spending account plan and free parking.
IAAAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.