Seniors At Work
Offering part-time positions for seniors in two different ways:
- If anyone 55 and older is interested in applying for a part-time position, the SRFofOcala will be posting up-to-date openings on both our website and social media every few days.
- If you are a company looking for older individuals who demonstrate attributes including dependability, loyalty, adaptability, leadership, and broad knowledge base, terrific!
Employers/employees should tap into the vast pool of experience represented by the seniors in our community. We will discuss the nature of the job, the benefits, and all the particulars.
Provide the enthusiasm, knowledge, and skills necessary to organize and supervise activities. Share your passion for your hobby, by teaching it to adults with disabilities. Yoga, art, music, theater, sports, photography, cooking, knitting, gardening, the list goes on. If you love it, please consider passing on that love and knowledge!
Assists in planning, implementation, supervision, and evaluation of activities provided within specific program areas such as Education, Special Education, Social Recreation, Arts & Crafts, Health and Life Skills and Physical Education
The ideal candidate will possess the skills needed to perform including knowledge of vehicles and construction, maintain the service schedules, be responsible for the yard maintenance of our office and warehouse, occasional errand running in company vehicle, and other needs.
This position is responsible for transporting blood and blood products to and from customers and other LifeSouth branches. This position is also responsible for preparing items for shipping, verifying and keeping records of incoming and outgoing materials.
We are looking for sales representative with strong ability to network, build lasting relationships, and close the deal. Our commission-based only positions come with flexible hours, telemedicine, and primary
healthcare benefits. Senior must have working knowledge of computer and cell phones to apply for this position as it is a large part of how we input and track data.
The Home Delivered Meals Driver is Responsible for delivery of homebound meals on assigned routes and making daily check on clients’ condition and reporting any changes to supervisor.
The Transportation Driver is responsible for tasks relating to safe client transportation to and from homes, doctor’s offices, clinics, shopping facilities etc. when they qualify for services under certain programs for the transportation challenged residents of Marion County.
SRFofOcala's Quick Reference Guide
This directory will be distributed throughout Ocala as an easy reference for answers to questions that may come up in your daily life.
For new 55 and older individuals, the table of content will include general information, Medicare/Medicaid questions, prescription assistance, food, healthcare, safety, security, and so much more.
The Senior Resource Foundation of Ocala is a local 501(C)3 nonprofit organization and all proceeds will go to SRFofOcala’s programs. We currently plan two major fundraising activities:
- 2nd Annual Bark In The Park — A Doggy Expo (October 16, 2022)
We need volunteers to assist with all aspects of these events.
“Tapestry of Life” Video Project
This is a video program designed to interview seniors about a momentous time in their lives. Older adults will enrich you and make you appreciate their accomplishments on our short video every other Thursday.
Additionally, we want volunteers willing to share experiences with an interviewer.
To view stories, click here…
Friendly Visitor Program
Loneliness is an all too familiar feeling for many seniors in Ocala. Those who see no one from month and month can suffer from depression, physical illness, and mental illness.
All it takes is an hour a week of your time to share stories, photos, and smiles with a new friend!
Senior/Student Lunch Program
Many seniors in Ocala have grandchildren who live far away in other states. Other seniors would enjoy the challenge of learning about the world through a young person’s eyes. College students would benefit from learning from those who are in experience and have lived full lives.
The senior/student lunch program would bring these two worlds together and broaden the growth of each.
Intergenerational lunches will encourage conversation between seniors and college students. The activity is conducted by student volunteers.