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Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc.

Senior Community Service Employment



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MEOC Title V Senior Community Service Employment Program

The MEOC Title V Senior Community Service Employment Program provides assistance to low-income older workers WHO ARE 55 OR OLDER and looking for a job.

MEOC places individuals in training locations in Lee, Wise and Scott Counties and Norton City.

No "barrier crime" convictions (See § 32.1-126.01 and § 32.1-162.9:1 and §63.2‐1719 of the Code of Virginia for a complete list ).

MEOC is a Drug Free Workplace and ongoing compliance with the Drug and Alcohol Testing Program is mandatory. All employees are subject to Pre-Employment and Reasonable Suspicion testing, Some departments also require Random and Post Accident testing. MEOC has a zero tolerance Drug and Alcohol Policy.

Please contact either Debbie Sanders or Cindy Robinette for additional information. To make an appointment for eligibility determination, call: (276) 523-4202 (local) or 800-252-6362 (toll free), or complete the online application here.







About Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc.
MEOC is an EEO Employer, providing services to senior citizens, children and the general public. For a more specific list of services, please visit our web site at www.meoc.org/programs-and-services.html. Continuously taking applications for Personal Care Aides as well as non-CDL and CDL bus drivers.

MEOC is a Drug Free Workplace and ongoing compliance with the Drug and Alcohol Testing Program is mandatory. All employees are subject to Pre-Employment and Reasonable Suspicion testing, Some departments also require Random and Post Accident testing. MEOC has a zero tolerance Drug and Alcohol Policy.


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