Chief Executive Officer and Centre Manager
Part time position, 28-hour week.
(Salary FTE £40,000 for a 37-hour week.)
The Board of Trustees seek to recruit a CEO to head up the team of talented dedicated staff and volunteers. The CEO will ensure the Charity thrives and develops its reach into the community, with the appropriate fund-raising responsibilities.
As Centre Manager you, together with your colleagues, and partnership organisations will be hands on delivering the services and working with the clients to meet their needs. The CEO will provide leadership, delivering business plans and strategies in the interest of the wellbeing and welfare of older people.
Application by CV and covering letter to The Chairman of the Board, Age Concern Crediton, The Lady Mills Centre, Deep Lane, Crediton EX17 2BX or email: email@example.com.
Closing date: Friday 12th May 2023.
HOME SUPPORT TEAM
Part Time Job opportunities in your local community
Want work that can flex around your commitments?
Want to support your local community?
Have your own transport?
Then we may have just the job for you in our Home Support Team helping older people in Crediton and surrounding villages live the life they want in their own home.
Find more information and how to apply by calling 01363 777241 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our volunteer roles offer a chance for personal development, a welcoming and friendly environment to meet new people and any time you can give will make a big difference.
No specific skills and experience are required.
Please contact us for further details
COMMUNITY CLUB VOLUNTEER
We are looking for active volunteers to support the smooth running of our Day Centre at The Lady Mill's Centre in Deep Lane.
You will play a key role in reducing loneliness and improving the quality of life of older people living in the Crediton area.
At the Lady Mill's Centre, we support older people who are potentially lonely, vulnerable, and isolated to improve and maintain their well-being, through a day care activities programme – including arts and crafts, Well-being & mindfulness groups, alongside providing a healthy, nutritious fresh cooked meal.
Using your skills and experience in such a way to have a positive benefit on the well-being of the older people you are working with, you will be assisting staff with daily tasks such as serving lunch and making and serving refreshments.
Please contact us for further details.