Senior Development Officer

2 days left

Location
London
Salary
£36001 - £41709
Posted
13 Sep 2016
Closes
27 Sep 2016
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

City, University Of London

School of health sciences

SENIOR DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

Salary: £36001 - £41709

Background

My Home Life is a UK-wide initiative that promotes the quality of life for older people in care homes hosted by City, University of London, in partnership with Age UK.

The programme works appreciatively to support the care home sector through a range of research, enterprise and social action activities. My Home LIfe is well received by the care home sector, and is acknowledged by CQC and Government for its work.

The small team based in the London office is looking for a creative and dynamic individual to work closely with us, and our partners across the UK, to support our enterprise and social action activities.

Responsibilities

The role will primarily focus on three areas of activity. Firstly, you will lead our communications programme which aims to influencing practice across care homes and across the wider health and social care system. Secondly, you will help support stronger community engagement within care homes. Thirdly, you will identify funding opportunities to develop new local projects that support care home transformation across England.

Person Specification

This is a very creative and dynamic role that offers opportunities to work alongside national and local stakeholders from care homes, commissioning, community and government. We are looking for a self-motivated, confident skilled communicator who is well-organised, has an eye to detail and a passion for celebrating the good work of care homes and helping them make things even better.

Additional Information

In return, we offer a comprehensive package of in-house staff training and development, and benefits that include a defined benefits pension scheme.

Actively working to promote equal opportunities and diversity.

This post is part-time (0.8 FTE) and fixed-term for 3 years.

The salary quoted above is the full-time equivalent.

Closing Date: by 11.59pm on 27th September 2016