GWT has secured funding from the National Lottery Community Fund for an exciting new project that aims to embed intergenerational practice across Scotland, England, and Northern Ireland. From January 2023, we will work in partnership with Apples and Honey Nightingale in London and Linking Generations Northern Ireland to deliver training, promote new quality standards, and recognise Intergenerational Hubs in communities across the UK.
Overview of Post
This role will focus on promoting the work of the new project by shaping its communications and marketing strategy, building new connections, and growing its digital presence. Based with GWT, you will work collaboratively with the wider project team, and especially the Intergenerational Development Officers, in Scotland, England, and Northern Ireland. The successful applicant will have a crucial role in shaping and supporting the delivery of this new, high-profile project supported by the National Lottery Community Fund.
GWT is the nationally recognised centre of excellence supporting the development and integration of intergenerational work across Scotland. GWT’s vision is to live in a Scotland where different generations are more connected, and everyone has the opportunity to build relationships that help to create a fairer society. By intergenerational practice we mean projects, activities, or events where people of different generations who might not otherwise meet each other work together in positive and creative ways.
Applications should be sent to Alison@generationsworkingtogether.org by Sunday 4th December 2022.
Applications will be assessed as and when they are received. GWT reserve the right to bring the closing date and interview dates forward and recommend that you submit your application as soon as possible and not wait until the deadline.
Interviews will be held on either the 9th (in person at the Glasgow office) or the 12th of December (online) 2022.