Florida Department of Elder Affairs

Florida Department of Elder Affairs

With more than 4.9 million elders over the age of 60, Florida has the highest population percentage of seniors in the U.S. The Department of Elder Affairs serves (DOEA) elders as they live, contribute and build legacies in Florida. Whether educating older Floridians on healthy living or connecting them with direct services, staff at DOEA strive to ensure that the greatest possible number of elders get to spend their golden years living healthy, active and fulfilling lives in their communities.

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REGISTERED NURSE SPECIALIST - 65000160
PANAMA CITY, FL, US, 32405 Feb 16, 2017 0.00 mi Health Care F432686 Full Time FL PANAMA-CITY-REGISTERED-NURSE-SPECIALIST-65000160-FL-32405
PANAMA CITY, FL, US, 32405 Feb 16, 2017 Health Care
GOVERNMENT ANALYST II - 65000335
TALLAHASSEE, FL, US, 32399 Feb 15, 2017 0.00 mi Other F11324 Full Time FL TALLAHASSEE-GOVERNMENT-ANALYST-II-65000335-FL-32399
TALLAHASSEE, FL, US, 32399 Feb 15, 2017 Other
REGISTERED NURSE SPECIALIST - 65000210
LARGO, FL, US, 33778 Feb 10, 2017 0.00 mi Community and Social Services F10810 Full Time FL LARGO-REGISTERED-NURSE-SPECIALIST-65000210-FL-33778
LARGO, FL, US, 33778 Feb 10, 2017 Community and Social Services
RESEARCH COORDINATOR-DOEA - 65000031
TALLAHASSEE, FL, US, 32399 Jan 26, 2017 0.00 mi Other F11324 Full Time FL TALLAHASSEE-RESEARCH-COORDINATOR-DOEA-65000031-FL-32399
TALLAHASSEE, FL, US, 32399 Jan 26, 2017 Other