Due to expansion, Social Enterprise Kent is recruiting for some very exciting roles within the Ageless Thanet project.
Ageless Thanet are currently recruiting for a Operations Manager and Ageless Thanet Ambassador. For more information about the Ageless Thanet project, please click here.
The Operations Manager role will be responsible to the Ageless Thanet Programme Manager, and responsible for the day to day running of the project, working with a wide range of partners and stakeholders to ensure the programme successfully delivers on its ambitions.
The Ageless Thanet Ambassador will be working as part of the ‘Active Citizenship’ team, recruiting and supporting volunteers, working with the local community in the promotion of Ageless Thanet and supporting Thanet’s 50+ residents. Click the following links for each job description and person specification.
Both roles are advertised on Jobs In Kent, and can be found at the following links:
For more information about either of these roles, please e-mail the Ageless Thanet Programme Manager, James Kirby at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01843 210005.
Closing date for applications is 16th October 2017 at 5pm with interviews to follow shortly after.
Footnote: Ageless Thanet is a £3m Big Lottery funded project (part of the national Ageing Better campaign). The project is a partnership of voluntary, statutory and private sector organisation that have come together to improve physical and mental wellbeing and reduce loneliness and social isolation in older people.
We want to change people’s perceptions of ageing, and show people that growing old is positive and to be embraced. We want Thanet’s older people to make their voices heard and will help them to achieve this, working together, in partnership, cross-sector and with the community. Ageless Thanet’s aim is to make Thanet a great place to grow old”.
Social Enterprise Kent is a community-interest business dedicated to improving lives and building strong communities in Kent. We, help people gain the skills they need to get back into work, and support other local charities, community groups and social entrepreneurs.