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Age UK Solihull is a great place to work.

Could you bring your skills to our team? See our vacancies below.

Working for Age UK Solihull

Age UK Solihull is an independent, local charity and a Brand Partner of the national Age UK. We exist to be here for older people when they need our help and support. We are also the lead partner for the Solihull Community Advice Hubs, providing information, advice and support to all adult residents of Solihull.

Over 70 staff and 300 volunteers support our work.

Please see below for details of our current vacancies and an application form. Please note we do not accept CVs.

For information regarding any of the roles please email jobs@ageuksolihull.org.uk

Please also take a look at the other ways you can get involved with us.

Age UK Solihull is committed to equality and valuing diversity.

You can request this information in formats suitable to meet your communication and/or information needs if you have a disability, impairment or sensory loss.

Community Advice Hubs Vacancies

The Community Advice Hubs are a ‘One-Stop Shop’ for information, advice and support for Solihull residents and a gateway into other services that can meet residents’ needs. The two Advice Hubs, in Central Solihull and Chelmsley Wood, are busy and often challenging places to work but being able to help people who need support and are often in crisis makes it worthwhile. See our Hubs' current vacancies below:

Other vacancies and opportunities

  • Digital Outreach Worker - Digital Champions Project

    Hours: 16 hours per week

    Contract: Fixed term until 20.11.2023

    Salary: £21,353 pro rata

    Closing Date: Friday 29th July 11.00am

    We are seeking a Digital Outreach Worker to facilitate outreach visits to promote referrals to our Digital Champions project. You will support Digital Champion group sessions and enable participation of clients who are unwilling or unable to attend volunteer-led sessions.

    Please click below to read the full Job Description and Person Specification, and for an Application Form. The Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form is voluntary but completing it will help us greatly if you do complete it and return it with your application form.

  • Social Prescribing Link Worker

    Hours: 28 hours per week

    Salary: £23,332 pro rata

    Closing Date: Friday 29th July 11.00am

    We are looking for a Social Prescribing Link Worker to empower people to take control of their health and wellbeing. You will work as a key part of the primary care network (PCN) multidisciplinary team, working with direct supervision by a GP, taking referrals from a wide range of agencies, and providing personalised support to individuals, their families and carers to take control of their health and wellbeing, live independently and improve their health outcomes.

    Please click below to read the full Job Description and Person Specification, and for an Application Form. The Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form is voluntary but completing it will help us greatly if you do complete it and return it with your application form.

     

  • Home Support Worker

    Hours: flexible

    Salary: £10 per hour + travel time + mileage

    Closing Date: N/A (ongoing recruitment)

    We are looking for Home Support Workers to support those in later life to remain living independently and safely in their own homes for as long as they wish, through the provision of domestic and practical tasks and respite sits to enable carers to take a break from their caring responsibilities.  

    Please click below to read the full Job Description and Person Specification, and to find out how to apply.

Volunteering Opportunities

  • Volunteer For Us

    Have an hour or two to spare each week? We are always looking for volunteers to help us deliver our services to older people in the Solihull borough. Contact us for an informal chat and to find out more.

    Volunteering details

  • Volunteer Driver

    We particularly need volunteers to drive our clients to their weekly exercise classes or one of our social clubs. You would be matched with an older person who lives near you, and collect them in your car, returning them home again later. This is a rewarding role as you get to know the older person and see them grow in confidence.

    More details

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