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Find out about the latest jobs and volunteering opportunities with the Centre for Ageing Better.

The Centre for Ageing Better aims to attract a diverse range of people to work with us and values the health and wellbeing of our staff.

Current vacancies

Project Manager Redundancy & Retraining Project – West Midlands

We have a unique opportunity for a collaborative and innovative individual to join as Project Manager in West Midlands, to develop effective employment support and retraining programmes and partnerships.

The closing date is on Monday 24 August 2020 at 9am with interviews to take place on 8 or 9 September via Zoom.

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Advisory positions

From time to time we publish opportunities to get involved in our work through joining an advisory group for a specific project or activity.

Other opportunities to work with us

At the Centre for Ageing Better we prioritise what matters to people, which is why listen and act on diverse views and voices. 

If you are affected by or feel involved in the areas that we are working to change and would like to share your story for use on our website and social media, please get in touch.

Equality and diversity as an employer
  • We are committed to becoming an age-friendly employer.
  • Gender pay gap – we welcome the government’s requirement for organisations to be more transparent on gender pay and are committed to supporting women in the workplace, ensuring success is defined by talent, not gender or circumstance

Our mean (average) gender pay gap for Ageing Better as a whole organisation as at 1 April 2019 women's hourly rate is 29.2% higher than men's.

Our recruitment privacy policy sets out our views and practices regarding your personal data when going through the recruitment process.

As a small number of staff return to the office following the COVID-19 pandemic, and as per government recommendations, we've published our Office Risk Assessment.

Age breakdown of staff (as at 1 April 2020)
  Male Female
18-25 1 3
26-35 5 12
36-45 2 12
46-55 3 12
56-64 2 4
65+ 1 0