Make a lasting impact on the lives of older people in Lancashire - Join our team!
Working for Age UK Lancashire
Thank you for your interest in working for Age UK Lancashire - the county's largest charity dedicated to helping all local older people make the most of later life. Please see our list of current vacancies or volunteering opportunities
The benefits of working for Age UK Lancashire are:
Annual Values and Achievement Awards
These awards are for staff across the organisation. The aim is to recognise those people who demonstrate the values and behaviour we believe underpins our caring and progressive organisation. The awards are presented at our annual Celebration event, celebrating our staff and volunteers from across the county.
Learning and development
We all need different types of support when we reach various stages in our life, be it career advancement, learning new skills, taking care of our own wellbeing, offering our support to others or just simply having some space to think about what’s next in our lives.
At Age UK Lancashire, all employees and volunteers take part in our online me learning ensuring that everyone attains the necessary level of knowledge and development we need to provide safe, caring, responsible services and personal growth.
The Integrated Care Programme and this role is a key enabler of personalised planning and offers encouragement and support for individuals to self-manage and self-care using the best practice available and to offer a continual supportive presence over a period of up to 12 weeks.
The successful applicant will form a key role within a multi -disciplinary team, providing regular contact, liaison, brokerage and support planning to identify patients, their carer’s and family.
Age UK Lancashire is looking for a creative, motivated and focused individual who is keen to develop their fundraising skills.
The successful applicant will join a small, supportive team, committed to raising funds so that the charity can continue to provide essential, high quality, responsive services to the older people of Barrow, Lancashire, Blackpool and North Sefton.
This is an exciting and rewarding senior position with Age UK Lancashire and the Operations Team.. You will lead a team responsible for delivering a number of income streams including services contracted by the Local Authority and NHS.
This role provides an outstanding opportunity to work for a Charity where our mission is to Deliver Outstanding, Responsive & Inclusive Services & Solutions
We have two opportunities to join our team as Hospital Aftercare Wellbeing Workers, to be based at Preston Royal Hospital.
They will work across the community to support patients across the Preston area, by taking them home following their discharge from hospital, ensuring they are safely settled back in their homes and to provide extended support where required.
Home Helps Preston
We have an exciting opportunity to recruit a Hospital Aftercare wellbeing worker, The successful candidate will be based at Lancaster Royal Infirmary.
They will work across the community to support patients across the Lancaster area, by taking them home following their discharge from hospital, ensuring they are safely settled back in their homes and providing extended support where required.
Age UK Lancashire can provide essential support to patients who have been discharged and is the leader in delivering Hospital Aftercare services across the whole of Lancashire.
We have an exciting opportunity to recruit a Hospital Aftercare Service Coordinator, The successful candidate will be based in Royal Preston hospital.
If you have experience of supervising staff and experience/knowledge of working with vulnerable or older people, we would love to hear from you
Support in the Community Day Clubs Bank Support
Age UK Lancashire provides a Day Club service across the county for older people.
The service is based in local centre’s where older adults attend, providing opportunities for older adults to be involved in stimulating activities that enable them to live independently at home by learning or maintaining daily living skills and to remain a part of their local community for as long as possible.
Hospital Aftercare Wellbeing Worker 21hrs-Blackpool
Removing Barriers Wellbeing Worker-Lytham St Annes
POSITION NOW CLOSED
Age UK Lancashire delivers a Veterans & Families project in Blackpool, Fylde & Wyre “Removing Barriers” funded by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund. This service supports families and carers of older veterans where we will be on hand for up to 12 weeks.
We are looking for a confident and enthusiastic Wellbeing Worker to support in delivering this valued service across the Fylde coast.
Hospital Aftercare Wellbeing Worker Lancaster-35hrs