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Van Driver - Substitute



Job Description
Peninsula Agency on Aging (PAA) is currently seeking applicants for the position of Substitute Van Driver to transport clients and/or food delivery to distribution sites as needed. Training provided.

This position is perfect for retirees who want to earn supplemental income. The position offers a flexible schedule, great co-workers, and the reward of knowing you make a difference for older adults in your community.

Successful candidates will possess a general knowledge of the principles and practices of operating and servicing vans; thorough knowledge of the traffic laws and regulations governing van operation; ability to assist clients in wheelchairs; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions; ability to lift at least 25 pounds; be dependable.

Individuals age 60+ encouraged to apply.

Required Education: Any combination of education and experience will be considered.

Other Requirements: Valid Virginia driver’s license required. Must be able to pass background check, physical and drug test.

Hourly Rate: $9.12 $300 sign-on bonus after 3 months of employment

Drug free workplace, Senior Friendly Workplace, AA/EOE








About Peninsula Agency on Aging
The mission of Peninsula Agency on Aging, Inc. is to support the independence and quality of life of Peninsula residents primarily 60 years and over by advocating, arranging, or providing vital human services.


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