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Armley Helping Hands are looking to recruit a creative individual to join our team and lead our "Don't Call Me Old Project" Funded by Time to Shine, The Big Lottery Fund through the National Lottery.
Job Role: Community Engagement Worker
Contract Fixed Term Contract for 30 Months
(Including 6 months' probation period)
Annual Leave 28 Days plus 8 Public Holidays
Pension Nest Pension Scheme 2.5%
Hours per week 37 hrs
The "Don't call me old Project" is a new created exciting and innovative project working
With People living within the Armley & Wortley district of Leeds 12.The project ambition
is to develop inclusive services that reflect the aspirations and needs of people aged
between 50 to 70.
The Community Engagement Worker role will be to develop inclusive services that reflect the aspirations and needs of people aged between 50 to 70 and to learn what will prevent them from becoming socially isolated as they get older. The project will be responsive in supporting individuals to engage within their local community and pursuing individual's personal goals, in line with their choice and preferences and in ways which are socially inclusive and promotes independence.
This project has three years of funding until March 2021.
The closing date is Friday 18th May 2018 at 12 noon.
Interviews will be held on Friday 1st June 2018
For an application pack please contact:
Armley Helping Hands
Strawberry Lane Community Centre,
Leeds, LS12 1SF