Dementia Hub (The Hub) Development Manager

  • Part time
  • £29,166 pro-rata
  • Carluke
  • Closing 10th February 2023

  • Advertised from 25th January 2023
  • 21 hours per week, £17,500. The post is currently funded for 3 years through the National Lottery Community Fund.


This is an exciting time to join a rapidly evolving Hub that works collaboratively with others and aims to provide the best possible support for people living with dementia and their unpaid carers and family members.

The post-holder will be expected to lead a small team comprising the Hub Administrator, Support Worker and Garden Project Officer, and work collaboratively with volunteers and all involved in the Hub, reporting monthly to St Andrews Kirk Session (the leadership team of St Andrews Church).

Our Dementia Hub has its roots in our Christian faith – reaching out with warm hospitality, friendship and support to anyone with memory difficulties and their unpaid carers and family members (mainly within the Clydesdale area of South Lanarkshire).

We do our work in Christ’s name so we need you to be respectful of our Christian ethos and be able to work within it, but you do not need to share our faith.

Application notes

Applications should be in writing and submitted by e-mail to

Please attach a CV detailing relevant experience/qualifications, a short statement outlining your reasons for applying for this post and the names of two referees. References will be taken up prior to the appointment of the successful candidate.

Closing date for applications is 10th February 2023 with interviews held on 2 and 3 March.

Interviews will be in two stages, with the first part of the interview conducted by representatives of Hub attendees and members of the Hub Development Team and the second part of the interview led by the Hub Governance Team

More information including Job description/person specification and a summary of conditions of service is available at Carluke St Andrew's Church (

Should you wish to attend The Hub prior to interview and/or have an informal discussion about this post, we would be delighted to facilitate that.

Please contact Rev Helen Jamieson or Karen Kelly, Hub Administrator to make arrangements