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We employ over 40 paid staff and we have 90+ volunteers to provide a range of services for older people in Bristol. We offer training and regular support and the opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills in working with this group.

Age UK Bristol are currently recruiting for:

Bristol Ageing Better Participants Network Community Development Officer

Part time – 21 hours per week

Fixed term to 2020 (maybe extended subject to funding)

Salary: £22,885 pro rata

At Age UK Bristol we help make sure that everyone in Bristol can love later life. We do this by supporting and empowering older people, helping other organisations to work together, and championing the interests of older people in the city. 

We are looking for someone with a passion for community development to bring together a network of older people who have engaged with Bristol Ageing Better activity or would wish to do so. The purpose of the network is to contribute to reducing loneliness and isolation in our city. The role will require experience of managing and delivering projects, and bringing together stakeholders from across statutory, voluntary and private sector. The small team delivering this project includes a 3 day per week Communication Officer.

Age UK Bristol works to help older people live fulfilling lives. As such we actively encourage applications from older people. Appointment will be based on merit alone.

Please see the job description and person specification at the bottom of this page, or click here to download this document.

For an informal discussion about the project and role please contact:

Mark Baker, CEO Age UK Bristol, on 0117 928 1552.

To apply: Please either use the application pack available at the bottom of this page, click here to download the document, or call 0117 929 7537.

 

AGE UK BRISTOL

Canningford House, 38 Victoria Street, BRISTOL BS1 6BY

Telephone No:  0117 929 7537

admin@ageukbristol.org.uk

Closing Date for Applications:  Monday 3rd September 2018

Interviews: Week Starting 10th September 2018