Take advantage of employment opportunities at the COA!  Employees find the COA a friendly environment in which to work. We provide generous and competitive benefits and salaries. A great benefit to working at the COA is a free membership to our state of the art fitness center. The center has certified instructors to help you get on the right track!  Download and fax or e-mail your application today!


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Danielle Dilts, Human Resource Manager at the Cass County COA. Call (269) 445-8110 or email danielled@casscoa.org

Current Opportunities

This position provides planning, coordination and evaluation of the full range of both health and social services needed to ensure the optimal functioning of the clients. The Director will arrange for utilization of community resources in conjunction with the respite care programs. Close cooperation will be required between this position and the Director of Human Resources and Volunteer Services, and the Director of Development and Community Relations to achieve the department’s goals. A key factor for this position will be maintaining high visibility in the community for the promotion of these programs.


Submit your resume to danielled@casscoa.org


Under the supervision of the Care Services Team Leader has the responsibility to organize and direct all operations of agency’s food services, including but not limited to preparing food for the county Congregate Meal Sites, the Meals on Wheels Program and other catering functions.

This position provides daily management of the kitchen, following menus, ordering supplies and direct daily program management to Senior Nutrition Services meal sites under contractual management supervision. Close cooperation will be required between SNS and COA to ensure that all nutrition related rules and policies are followed. Position also coordinates, monitors, and evaluates the Meals on Wheels Program.


If you like helping people and want to make a difference in their lives, then the COA may have just the job for you. As a Home Care Aide you will be able to help people who have difficulties with their daily activities such as light housekeeping, bathing and possibly cooking. As an aide you help allow someone to stay in their home and enjoy life. If you believe you are friendly, have a caring spirit and can relate well to others, please contact us about our job opportunities.

You will have a chance to get to know some wonderful people and learn about their interests and needs.


Meet Some of the COA Team

A team of over 60 full-time and part-time employees help Cass County COA in its mission to Enhance Life for thousands of people in the community. Learn more about some of our dedicated team members.

Cindy Polomcak

Cindy Polomcak has been part of the COA family since 2004. She has energy and... (read more)

Rosemary Gillam

Rosemary Gillam has worked and volunteered for the COA for more than 20 years.... (read more)

Jan Gordon

Jan Gordon has worked as our Operation’s Support at the Lowe Center for nearly... (read more)

Connie Gill

Connie Gill has been a Home Care Aide for about a year and a half. She is a... (read more)

Kelli Casey

Kelli Casey began working at Front Street Crossing back in October of 2012 as... (read more)

Kit Wruble

Kit Wruble

Kit Wruble began her journey at the COA as a board member before becoming an... (read more)

Mike Fisette

Mike Fisette

Mike Fisette started working at the COA as part time seasonal maintenance in... (read more)

Robin Orzechowski

Robin Orzechowski came to the COA as a Home Care Aide after the COA helped with... (read more)