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- Personal Alarms Customer Service Administrator - Ashburton, Devon

- Grants and Relationship Manager- Public Sector - London

- Cluster Sales Manager - Isle of Wight

- Philanthropy Manager - London

- Area Sales Manager - Derby, Nottinghamshire & South Yorkshire

 

Other vacancies

We also have many vacancies in our shops and training centres throughout the country:

- View our shop vacancies

- View our partner vacancies

- View our training vacancies

- View our volunteering vacancies

How to apply for a job

Call 0800 169 8080 for more information about working at Age UK.

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  • The process of applying for one of our shop vacancies differs - please refer to the shop vacancies page for details

Please ensure that your supporting statement demonstrates how your experience‚ skills and abilities meet the selection criteria set out in the role description. A role description is available on each advertised job page.

Please also ensure you complete the equal opportunities monitoring section at the end of your application form.

Completed applications should be returned to us by 5pm on the closing date, unless stated otherwise in the advert.

Applications received after that time will not normally be considered for shortlisting.

Completed electronic applications must be sent to recruitment@ageuk.org.uk, ensuring you clearly mark the post you're applying for.

Due to the number of applicants‚ we regret we shall not be able to inform  applicants who are not short-listed.

Therefore, if you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date‚ you should presume that on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.

Further information

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Our Information guides are short and easy to digest, giving a comprehensive overview of the relevant topic. Information sheets and factsheets are longer with more detail, and are aimed at professionals.

You can download other guides in our series from publications

For more information: Call Age UK Advice: 0800 169 6565