Intergenerational Development Officer

  • Full time
  • £25,463
  • Brunswick House, Glasgow and one day a week in Drumchapel
  • Closing 25th April 2019


  • Advertised from 5th April 2019
  • 35 per week

Role

The Development Officer is 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.

GWT support 18 local networks covering Scotland from the Scottish Borders to the Highlands & Islands and consist of a mix of community and public service groups/people that currently use or want to learn how to use intergenerational approaches to address the challenges of our ageing society and for the benefit of local communities and the people who live there. Two further networks involve our international members and researchers & academics.

Network meetings provide members and interested parties at a local level an opportunity to exchange information on intergenerational practice; share good practice and knowledge, create and maintain new partnerships and thereby help strengthen community links. Each network meets between 2 – 3 times each year.

Application notes

An application pack is available for download below.

Applications 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

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


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