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04.07.2021

Job Vacancies at Age UK Waltham Forest

In response to a recent consultation – Age UK Waltham Forest are recruiting three new posts to help support the delivery of a new programme of activities and new services.  Further details available from this website https://www.ageuk.org.uk/walthamforest/about-us/work-for-us/

Operational Support Manager

21-25 hours per week, FTE £30,153 gross per annum pro rata (actual £18,091.80-£21,537.85)

Age UK Waltham Forest are undertaking a programme of substantial growth, the post holder will work closely with the Chief Executive to ensure the organisation is well-governed with effective systems

The post is hands-on and will be varied, working across key areas therefore the post holder will need a flexible and adaptable approach.  Tasks include Managing Health and Safety administration functions such as first aid and fire training etc, implementing and/or maintaining quality policies and procedures; Supporting the staff team to maintain current quality standards or meet other which may require and supporting the CEO with projects and day-to-day running of the organisation

Activities and Social Media Co-ordinator

25 hours per week, FTE £25,641 gross per annum pro rata (actual £18,315)

The post holder will develop and co-ordinate a range of social, cultural and leisure activities for older people across Waltham Forest. This programme will play a significant role in reducing social isolation through developing activities and events as requested by older people in Waltham Forest and promoting services and activities on Social Media

Nail Care Assistant

7 hours per week, FTE £21,840 gross per annum pro rata (actual  £4,368)

Your role will be to deliver a Nail Care Service to support older people. This new service will be starting at three sheltered housing schemes in Waltham Forest initially with the view to expanding to other locations. The role involves an initial assessment to ensure the service is suitable for the individual, toenail cutting and simple enhancements, such as the removal of dry skin, and giving advice on self-management to help keep feet in a healthy condition

 

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