The SHIBA Program is looking for two team members in Elmore County who are passionate about the health and financial well-being of our senior and disabled citizens.
SHIBA is part of a nationwide network of volunteers who are trained to educate and counsel Medicare beneficiaries and SHIBA volunteers gain invaluable experience by becoming Medicare experts and certified Medicare counselors.
Medicare is the largest insurer in the United States, serving more than 275,000 seniors and disabled workers right here in Idaho now, with many more aging into the system every year. SHIBA volunteers say their work is so rewarding because the people they counsel are so grateful to find a free, unbiased source for Medicare information.
SHIBA Medicare Counselors are eager to learn and love working directly with members of their community to share their knowledge. You don't have to have any prior knowledge or experience with Medicare to get involved. We've trained hundreds of volunteers in every corner of Idaho and we're confident you'll find this job interesting and rewarding.
Please give us a call so we can tell you more about the needs of Mountain Home's senior citizens and how you can help!
About SHIBA (Senior Health Insurance Benefits Advisors)
700 W State St, 3rd Floor, PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720, US
SHIBA is Idaho’s free, unbiased resource that empowers Idahoans to make informed decisions about their Medicare coverage.
The SHIBA program is part of a nationwide network of certified Medicare counselors who provide seniors and disabled citizens with free and unbiased information, and assistance with Medicare. We do not sell insurance, recommend policies, agents, or specific companies. Instead, we provide clarity to people who are often desperate to understand the complex Medicare system and the many choices available to them.
We train and certify Medicare counselors in every county in Idaho. Our volunteers are often become their community’s go-to Medicare expert and many say this is one of the most rewarding jobs they’ve ever had.