Community Response Officer (North of England)
Home-based initially; although you may be expected to work in an office location if funding permits us to secure an office. The role covers the following areas, and you’ll therefore be expected to be within travelling distance to one of these areas: Northumberland, Cumbria, Durham, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Cheshire, or North Lincolnshire.
Hours: 35 hours per week
Salary: £22,500 per annum
Hourglass is dedicated to calling time on the harm, abuse and exploitation of older people. We support older people experiencing (or at risk of) harm, abuse or exploitation, and work towards safer ageing and a fairer society for all older people.
As Hourglass works towards a modern new vision based on community-led support, this exiting new role presents a unique opportunity to help us deliver a person-centred approach to tackling the harm and abuse of older people across the North of England.
This is a pivotal time in the charity’s development, and we need someone with the motivation and drive to support us to develop and grow. Working within our new Community Hub structure (operating remotely initially), you’ll be responsible for:
establishing a local Hourglass presence in the North of England, and raising the profile of the abuse of older people and safer ageing
helping us establish a range of services for older people and others in the region
directly supporting older people and others via our Community Hub, and supporting volunteers to deliver via Hourglass services.
Or you can email us at email@example.com. Closing date for receipt of applications is 18th February, and interviews will be held on w/c 1st March via Zoom.