Join Our Team and Help Us Create an Age-friendly East Lindsey
This is a very exciting opportunity to play a vital role in supporting East Lindsey District Council and Community Lincs’ T.E.D. Ageing Better Programme on the District’s journey to achieve ‘Age-friendly Community’ status, as recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) Global Network for Age friendly Cities and Communities.
Salary: Up to £28,000 pa (dependent on experience)
Hours: 37 per week
This collaborative programme between Community Lincs’ T.E.D. Ageing Better in East Lindsey programme and East Lindsey District Council is the first of its kind on the East Coast to work towards the WHO Age-friendly accreditation. Age-friendly environments foster healthy and active ageing. They enable older people to: age safely in a place that is right for them; be free from poverty; continue to develop personally; and to contribute to their communities while retaining autonomy, health and dignity. The role of Principal Officer provides a unique opportunity to be part of this collaboration from inception and to play a key role in the development and success of the programme. The successful applicant will be working directly with strategic partners to support the development and implementation of a district-wide action plan, ensure it remains on track and is delivered within agreed timescales.
Deadline for Applications: Wednesday 24th April, close of business
Interviews: 7th May and 9th May at Community Lincs, Sleaford
Community Lincs is a charity, based in Sleaford, which works throughout Lincolnshire to make a positive difference to the lives of individuals and communities in the region. East Lindsey District Council is geographically one of the largest, and one of the top performing district councils in the country. T.E.D. Ageing Better in East Lindsey is part of the six-year (2015-2021), £78 million National Lottery funded Ageing Better programme set-up by the The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK.