Primary Responsibilities include:
counseling, information, advocacy and options to consumers seeking assistance
in the areas of foreclosure, mortgage delinquency/default, consumer debt,
budgeting, property tax preparation and income tax preparation (when currently
certified), counseling related to financial budgeting on a fixed income.
assistance with completing applications, forms and financial hardship letters.
seniors, especially those on fixed incomes or without sufficient retirement
savings, facing serious financial challenges. Providing and conducting a Senior
Citizen Resource Assessment along with program intake sheet.
and participate in community outreach events, raise awareness through talks,
media, and literature. Participate in County Fairs, public speaking engagements
confidential, individual financial counseling for seniors on-site. Provide
one-on-one counseling to vulnerable seniors.
appropriate trainings and develop and maintain an up-to-date resource file for
own use and to be shared with other SFC staff.
with local senior groups, agencies, case managers and community resources.
Qualifications and Requirements include:
accounting and or banking experience preferred.
computer skills and experience entering data into various databases, as well as
working with Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook.
NYS driver's license with a safe and responsible driving history. A motor
vehicle that is properly registered and insured in accordance with NYS DMV
11 hours per week