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Our hubs are a warm welcoming space, where older people can get the information, help, support or advice they need for their situation, or pop in to volunteer their time or pick up a bargain in the charity shop section.

Each of our 6 Community Hubs is working towards delivering a range of functions including Information, Help and Support, Advice and Casework, Community Activities and Events alongside Fundraising.

Working with the operations team, the Community Development Coordinator will develop AUKBD’s presence and activities in the Shipley, Bingley and Bradford East areas in line with our values and in response to what older people tell us they need.

The hubs will work on an asset based community development approach and the post holder will be expected to take the lead on developing community responses and support that enables age friendly communities.  A significant part of the work will be around recruiting and developing volunteers and a network of community buddies.   

The post holder will require a person centred focus, experience of working with people, together with an understanding of the needs of older people and ideally experience of volunteer support and project development.

The nature of the post will require travel in the area. A full driving license, appropriate insurance cover and use of a car is essential.

Salary £22,500 per annum pro rata. £17027.03 actual salary.

28 hours per week - to be worked flexibly to meet the needs of the business and the community

5 weeks holiday plus bank holidays pro rata

For a full job description and to apply for this post, please download the application pack below.

Completed forms to be returned to recruitment@ageukbd.org.uk

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 1st February 2022

Interviews to be held remotely via video link: Monday 7th February 2022

Application Form

Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form

CDC Job Description & Person Specification

We particularly welcome applications from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates as BAME and disabled people are currently under-represented throughout Age UK Bradford District. We are committed to improving employment opportunities for ethnic minorities and also welcome applications from LGB and Trans and non binary candidates.