“With SYHA you can settle at home, live well and realise your potential”; this applies equally to our customers and our staff. This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic organisation and contribute significantly towards delivering our purpose.
At SYHA, we are leading Sheffield’s Ageing Better programme; a £6m Big Lottery funded initiative to reduce loneliness and social isolation for people over 50. We’re looking for a Programme Coordinator to work with our Delivery Partners to support effective project delivery. We currently have 10 fantastic projects which are being delivered across Sheffield and you can find more about each project by visiting: https://www.agebettersheff.co.uk.
The successful candidate will work closely with our Delivery Partners to support them to delivery their projects effectively. This will include meeting with partners regularly to work on their approach to coproduction, to ensure that projects leave legacy and to engage with other partners and across the city. It will also involve keeping partners up to date on news and information. The role will lead the engagement strand of the Age Better in Sheffield programme which will look to ensure that the programme is engaging with relevant stakeholders and events across the city to increase awareness of the programme, increase referrals and achieve programme outcomes.
- Brilliant at building strong partnerships and networks internally and externally?
- Interested in supporting partners to achieve outcomes?
- Passionate about working with older people?
- A great communicator?
- Well organised with an eye for detail and quality?
If your answer is yes we would love to hear from you. We would like to improve the diversity within our team and we welcome applications from people over the age of 50.
Salary: £24,816 per annum + excellent benefits
Working Hours: 37 hours per week for 6 months with the potential to be extended.
To Apply: Please apply on our career website http://www.syha-careers.co.uk/vacancies. Complete the application form, questions and a copy of your CV. Please refer to the Job Description and Guidance Notes documents.
For an informal discussion contact: Ruth Hawke, Programme Delivery Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org or 0114 2702 672.
Closing date: Sunday 28 April 2019, 8pmInterviews: Thursday 2 May 2019
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