Network Development Officer Vacancies

Post: Network Development Officer (Freelance), West of Scotland

Hours: 18 per week
Hourly rate: £13.75
Location: Home working with travel
Duration: one year from start date (may be extended if further funding secured)

Overview:
The Network Development Officer is responsible for organising and delivering intergenerational training, developing and maintaining six/seven local networks and supporting people, groups and organisations across the West of Scotland to raise their knowledge and confidence levels around how to connect generations through intergenerational work.

The post will be responsible for:

• Raising awareness and the profile of intergenerational work and of GWT across the West of Scotland.
• Planning, coordinating and supporting 6-7 networks including Argyll & Bute, Ayrshire, Dunbartonshire, Inverclyde & Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, Dumfries and Galloway and possibly Lanarkshire.
• Organising and delivering intergenerational training in all network areas.
• Encouraging local authorities, groups & organisations to embed intergenerational practice within local policy.

We are looking for someone who lives in the West of Scotland and has there own means of transport as this post will involve traveling to rural areas. Essential skills and experience is sought around networking, delivering training, recruitment and support of volunteers. The successful person will be have excellent communication skills and a good working knowledge of IT, websites and social media.

The full job description can be downloaded below or from the Goodmoves website.

Application Process
Please submit a detailed CV by Sunday 20th May 2018
Please note that interviews will be held on Tuesday 29th May 2018 in the Glasgow office.

The CV must include the following:
Personal details, education & career background. Please describe your experience of Intergenerational working (max 150 words), delivering training (max 200 words) and your experience of network development (max 150 words).
Please list other relevant experience, two referees, your current salary (if applicable) and your earliest start date.

Completed CVs should be emailed to alison@generationsworkingtogether.org or sent to:
Alison Clyde
Generations Working Together 3rd Floor, Brunswick House
51 Wilson Street
Glasgow
G1 1UZ

Post: Network Development Officer (Freelance) North East of Scotland

Hours: 16 hours
Hourly rate: £13.75
Location: Work from home – Aberdeen area
Duration: one year from start date (may be extended if further funding secured)

Overview:
The Network Development Officer is responsible for organising and delivering intergenerational training, developing and maintaining six local networks and supporting people, groups and organisations across the North East of Scotland to raise their knowledge and confidence levels around how to connect generations through intergenerational work.

The post will be responsible for:

• Raising awareness and the profile of intergenerational work and of GWT across the North East of Scotland.
• Planning, coordinating and supporting 6 networks including the Highlands, Moray & Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen, Angus & Dundee, Orkney and Shetland.
• Organising and delivering intergenerational training in specified network areas.
• Encouraging local authorities, groups & organisations to embed intergenerational practice within local policy.

We are looking for someone who lives in the Aberdeen area and has there own means of transport as this post will involve traveling to rural areas. Essential skills and experience is sought around networking, delivering training, recruitment and support of volunteers. The successful person will be have excellent communication skills and a good working knowledge of IT, websites and social media.

The full job description can be downloaded below or found on Goodmoves.

Application Process
Please submit a detailed CV by Sunday 27th May 2018.
Please note that interviews will be held on Friday 8th June 2018 in Stirling.

The CV must include the following:
Personal details, education & career background. Please describe your experience of Intergenerational working (max 150 words), delivering training (max 200 words) and your experience of network development (max 150 words).
Please list other relevant experience, two referees, your current salary (if applicable) and your earliest start date.

Completed CVs should be emailed to alison@generationsworkingtogether.org or sent to:
Alison Clyde
Generations Working Together 3rd Floor, Brunswick House
51 Wilson Street
Glasgow
G1 1UZ

4th May 2018