Official websites use

A website belongs to an official government organization in the City of Boston.


Secure .gov websites use HTTPS

A lock or https:// means you've safely connected to the .gov website. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites.

Last updated:

Age Strong Job Opportunities

Our mission is to enhance older adults' lives with meaningful programs, resources, and connections so we can live and age strong in Boston together.

We have a dedicated staff who serve as advocates for Boston's older adults. We believe that Bostonians who are 55 and older make our City strong and vibrant. 

Interested in joining us? Check out the City of Boston's Career Center website for current openings. We are an equal opportunity employer.


We currently have multiple positions open at the Age Strong Commission. Below are the roles that we are hiring for.

Open Positions

Nutrition Manager

The Nutrition Manager is responsible for managing the senior nutrition program, which includes program and fiscal monitoring.  Incumbent will work collaboratively with community and government partners to promote best practices for the nutrition services program and elevate elder nutrition issues.

Apply Now

Creative Aging Manager

The Creative Aging Manager is responsible for managing the Creative Aging Program (CAP) projects, including, meeting/event planning and execution, partnership management, training coordination, and management of project progression, reporting and evaluation. The Creative Aging Program Manager position reports to the Director of Events and Programs. 

Apply now

Scheduling Manager

The Scheduling Manager is responsible for managing the daily operations of the Age Strong Commission’s shuttle scheduling team. The Scheduling Manager will work closely with the Director and the Assistant Director of Transportation and assist with the planning and the day-to-day operations of the shuttle. This position will initiate and evaluate programs to meet the current and future transportation needs of older adults in Boston.

Apply now

Communications Coordinator

The Communications Coordinator provides a supportive role in the implementation of the Commission’s Communications plan, working to ensure that older adults in Boston have access to important and relevant information. Responsibilities include assisting with all communications initiatives, products and services including print publications, web, social media and other online publications, media and public relations. 

Apply now

Volunteer Program Coordinator

The Volunteer Program Coordinator is responsible for implementing the Commission’s volunteer program goals including: volunteer recruitment, volunteer orientation, and volunteer station monitoring.  This position is responsible for the coordination of an outreach plan to better engage a wide array of older adults in volunteer opportunities.  The position is also responsible for managing volunteer timesheets and maintaining a volunteer database.

Apply Now

Housing Specialist

Housing Specialists are responsible for providing housing services to Boston's older adults, which include advocating on behalf of older adults in housing court, responding to emergency housing situations, shelter placement, conducting housing search, placement and processing applications, monitoring safety conditions, advocating for programs and services, preparing statistical reports and records, and performing related duties.

Apply Now

ADvocacy and Benefits Specialist

Advocacy and Benefits Specialists are responsible for providing advocacy services to older adults, which may include providing information and referral, processing benefit applications, conducting home visits, preparing reports, selling taxi coupons, monitoring follow-ups, and performing related duties.

Apply Now

Back to top