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Jobs

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

Trustee

Our Trustees govern the charity, safeguarding its assets and applying them as efficiently and effectively as possible to further its objectives as set out in our governing document. We are now seeking to build further on our skills by appointing a Trustee with a background in strategic finance.

The closing date for the position is Friday 29 November 2019.

Apply here

 

Innovation and Change Officer

As Innovation and Change Officer you will ensure that our projects to promote innovation and evidence-based practice are managed effectively and efficiently. You will work with senior colleagues to scope, commission and manage projects, ensure timely reporting and support project learning and communications. You will capture case studies and lessons from our project work and provide support across the wider team to ensure the quality of our innovation and change activities.

The closing date for this role is 5pm on Wednesday 27th November.

Apply here

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