Career Opportunities

We are now accepting submittals for the positions of Aging Specialist, RN Clinical Coordinator and Executive Director.  Details on these positions are listed below.

Job Description - Executive Director

Executive Director

The Board of Directors of the North Central Alabama Regional Council of Governments (NARCOG) is seeking a results-oriented leader to serve the Board and the Agency in achieving its vision for the future.  The Agency and this position are based at NARCOG’s central office at 216 Jackson Street Southeast in downtown Decatur, Alabama.  

The Area

The area served by NARCOG covers three counties in North Central Alabama.  Those counties are Cullman County, Lawrence County and Morgan County.  In addition to these counties, there are 24 municipalities within the region.  The total population of the area is approximately 240,000 in a mix of rural and urban communities.  Situated on the southerly bank of the Tennessee River, the service area includes the metropolitan area of Decatur.  It is adjacent to the metropolitan area of Huntsville, Alabama and is approximately midway between the cities of Birmingham, Alabama and Nashville, Tennessee.  The region has a long history of being an industrial center due to its strategic location at the convergence of transportation systems that include I-65, US 31, two major railroads, the Tennessee River which is navigable at this point, and the Huntsville International Airport.  The employment base is largely industrial with the local economy also having a strong agricultural component and a strong military component due to its close proximity to Redstone Arsenal.  The area also has ample opportunities for tourism and outdoor recreation.

The Agency

NARCOG provides a forum for local officials to identify regional opportunities and issues, develop solutions, and recommend areawide strategies.  It is governed by a Board of Directors of fourteen members who represent the local county and municipal governments of the three-county region.  It is staffed by a Department of Administration and Finance and three operating departments.  The operating departments include the Regional Planning Agency, the Regional Transit Agency, and the Area Agency on Aging.  Each department has its own director who reports to the Executive Director who oversees the total operations of the Agency in keeping with the policies of the Board of Directors. 

The functions of the Department of Administration and Finance include, but are not limited to, budget and finance, personnel management, insurance and risk management, maintenance and housekeeping, and general record keeping services for the Board of Directors.

The programs of the Regional Planning Agency include, but are not limited to, community and regional planning for community growth and revitalization, project development, grant preparation and management, and economic development including management of a revolving loan fund to support local business.

The programs of the Regional Transit Agency include the provision of public transportation through demand response services and through contract services with select social service agencies serving the elderly and people with disabilities among others.

The programs of the Area Agency on Aging include, but are not limited to, services related to senior nutrition, health and wellness, caregiver support, legal services, senior employment, long-term care, and in-home care for Medicaid recipients.  The Agency serves as the Aging and Disability Resource Center for the region.

The Position

The Executive Director of NARCOG is responsible for the planning, administration and operation of the programs and services of the Agency.  This includes budgeting, program monitoring and personnel management, but more importantly, providing visionary leadership to the Agency and the communities it serves.  The Executive Director is responsible for a budget of approximately $8,500,000.  There are 76 regular employees, both full-time and part-time, 40 part-time senior employees, and a variety of volunteers.  The Executive Director is expected to be creative and proactive in the expansion of services and funding.  The Executive Director must develop positive working relationships with political, governmental and community leadership throughout the region and with State and Federal agencies.  The Executive Director is the chief executive officer of NARCOG and reports to its Board of Directors.  The Executive Director is to provide leadership and direction to NARCOG’s central management team and is expected to be a knowledgeable advocate for all Agency programs and services.  The compensation package includes a competitive starting salary depending on the experience and qualifications of the successful candidate with benefits including medical insurance and retirement.

To Apply

The minimum requirements for this position include knowledge and a level of competency commonly associated with the completion of a bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) in public administration, business administration, city and regional planning, or other field of study related to the work of the Agency and five years of related professional experience, including three years at a senior administrative level.  For more information about NARCOG and to view a more complete job description of this position, click here.  To apply for this position, please submit a letter of interest along with your detailed resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  This position is open until filled, however, an initial screening of applicants will occur on or about November 25, 2019.

NARCOG is an equal opportunity employer.

North Central Alabama Regional Council of Governments

 

Aging Specialist

 The North Central Alabama Regional Council of Governments (NARCOG) is seeking an Aging Specialist. The position will be located at the Council’s central office in Decatur, Alabama.  

The Aging Specialist coordinates, trains, monitors and assists staff, partners and volunteers to fulfill program requirements. The position requires direct interaction with clients to assess needs and eligibility for state, federal and private programs. The Aging Specialist may schedule and conduct outreach activities.

The compensation package includes a minimum starting salary of $42,390 and an excellent benefit package including insurance and retirement.

The minimum requirements include a B.S. degree in social work or related field or equivalent work experience. Two years of experience working in social services is required.

Submit a letter of interest along with a resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by November 22, 2019. NARCOG is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Description - Aging Specialist

 

RN Clinical Coordinator

The North Central Alabama Regional Council of Governments (NARCOG) is seeking a RN Clinical Coordinator. The position will be located at the Council’s central office in Decatur, Alabama.  

The RN Clinical Coordinator provides direct management of a care team providing case management to clients receiving Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) services.  The coordinator participates in the performance of agency level determination of need and level of care reviews. The position directs the clinical health component of the LTSS care team duties and assessments including client medication reviews.  The position is responsible for coordinating efforts to address clinical factors impacting health and wellbeing of LTSS clients.

The compensation package includes a starting salary of $47,465 and an excellent benefit package including insurance and retirement.

The minimum requirements for this position include a Registered Nurse with current, active Alabama license and 2 years of professional experience.

Submit a letter of interest along with your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by November 27, 2019.   NARCOG is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Description - Clinical Coordinator

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MAILING ADDRESS

Post Office Box C
Decatur, Alabama 35602

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Decatur, Alabama 35601

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