Age UK Network News Roundup – 01/10/21

Take a look at the latest weekly roundup of news from across the Age UK Network.

Lots of news in this week’s Age UK Network News Roundup, with the usual roundup of open roles, including the position of Central Administration and Resources Manager at Age UK Salford. If you have a story from your organisation that you would like us to share with the Network, please let us know at signpost@ageuk.org.uk.

Central Administration and Resources Manager at Age UK Salford

Age UK Salford is an independent local charity established in 1973, they employ over 70 staff, have 50 volunteers and operate over five sites in Salford.

This exciting new post of Central Administration and Resources Manager will be at the heart of their operation in the coming years. Age UK Salford has recently invested in a number of new systems and ways of working, harnessing technology to modernise the way they work, creating best value to be as effective as possible in supporting Salford’s older citizens.  

Find out more on the Age UK Salford Website

Age UK Herefordshire & Worcestershire seeking a new CEO and a new trustee

Chief Executive Officer

Age UK Herefordshire & Worcestershire are looking to appoint a new CEO to work with the Trustees on the next stage of the development of the Charity. This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic leader to join their friendly and welcoming team!

Closing date: 15th October 2021

Find out more on the Age UK H&W website.

Trustee

Age UK H&W are also looking for experienced and knowledgeable trustees to join their board of trustees. The role is essentially strategic, focussing on the overall direction and performance of the organisation.



Find out more on the Age UK H&W website.

Two Vacancies at Age UK Sutton

Age UK Sutton is an independent, local charity that has served Sutton for over 25 years. They currently have two new roles available, please click below to find out more:

Two open roles at Age UK Somerset

As an independent local charity working in Somerset and North Somerset, Age UK Somerset lead teams of staff and volunteers to provide information and services that promote wellbeing and independence, adding value to later life. The charity currently has two vacancies:

Applications open for new Chief Executive at Age UK Cheshire East

Age UK Cheshire East are looking to appoint a new Chief Executive following the decision of current CEO Damon Taylor to move to another role after six years with the Charity. During that time, the charity has evolved considerably and they are now looking for a new person to continue that journey.

Full details, including how to apply, can be found on the Age UK Cheshire East website.

Closing date: 4pm on Friday 1 October 2021

Several new roles at Age UK Milton Keynes

Age UK Milton Keynes currently have several new roles available, including:

Gardeners
Footcare Health Practitioner
Hospital Aftercare Assistant
Independent Living Assistant

Find out full details of all of these roles on the Age UK Milton Keynes website.

Several Vacancies at Age UK Northamptonshire

Every year Age UK Northamptonshire’s team of 270 staff support over 14,000 older people and their families to help them make more of life. Currently, Age UK Northamptonshire have a whole host of open roles which may be of interest, from handyperson, gardening, and home clearance roles, to vacancies for shop managers, support workers, and many more besides.

View the full list of open roles on the Age UK Northamptonshire website.

Several open roles at Age UK Calderdale & Kirklees

Age UK Calderdale & Kirklees are currently recruiting for a Home Help role and a Footcare Practitioner. Age UK Calderdale and Kirklees is a local independent charity that helps over 800 local older people every week, offering activities, events, befriending and information.

Details on the roles can be downloaded below, along with an Application Pack.

Finance Trustee Role at Age UK Nottingham & Nottinghamshire

Age UK Nottingham & Nottinghamshire are seeking a Finance Trustee to join their Board. The Trustees have independent control over, and legal responsibility for, the charity’s management and administration, and the role of the Finance Trustee is to maintain an overview of the charity’s affairs, ensuring its financial viability and ensuring that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

A full recruitment pack can be downloaded below. Any expressions of interest or requests for application forms should be sent to volunteering@ageuknotts.org.uk.

Get in touch!

If you have a story from your organisation that you would like us to share with the Network, please let us know at signpost@ageuk.org.uk.

You can also view a full list of open roles across the network here.

Author: ageukcomms

Age UK

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