GWT Vacancy

Are you passionate about intergenerational work? We are a small staff team of very enthusiastic and hard working people who fully believe in connecting different generations to build respect and understanding specifically between younger and older people. Our main aim is to work towards creating a fairer Scotland where people of all ages, but particularly the young and old, work together to challenge stereotypes, build social cohesion and mutual respect and build stronger communities founded on the assets of all of its members.

Post: Intergenerational Development Officer
Area: Central and West of Scotland
Hours: F/T 35 hrs per week
Salary: £25,463
Location: Brunswick House, Glasgow and one day a week in Drumchapel
Closing date: Thursday 25th April 2019

The Development Officer will be responsible for creating, organising and delivering intergenerational training and resources, planning and supporting a new school pilot, developing and maintaining five local networks in which you will support members and organisations to raise their knowledge and confidence levels around how to connect generations through intergenerational work.

Further details can be found below in the job description and personal profile information.

Application Process
To apply please download an application form, complete and return by Thursday 25th April 2019 at 12noon.

Appointment is subject to a successful Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme Record and use of own car is essential.

Please note that interviews will be held on Thursday 2nd May in the Glasgow office.

Candidates being invited for an interview will be notified on Friday 26th April, (late afternoon) as they will be asked to give a presentation.

Please ensure under the section general comments that you clearly describe your experience of Intergenerational practice, training, volunteer recruitment and of network development.

Applications should be emailed to Alison Clyde, or posted to Chief Executive Officer (Confidential), Generations Working Together, 3rd Floor, Brunswick House, 51 Wilson Street, Glasgow, G1 1UZ

no later than Thursday 25th April 2019 at 12noon.

5th April 2019