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Finance Manager

Building Wellbeing Resilience Project Manager

South Gloucestershire Meeting Centre Activity Support Worker

Session Facilitators

Session Facilitators

Alive are looking for creative people to facilitate workshops in Care Settings; we are recruiting creative and passionate people to create and run sessions that would suit the older people we work with. This role would be ideal for people who are passionate about improving the quality of life for care home residents and looking for flexible work in the middle of the day.

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To apply, please send CV and cover letter, outlining any relevant experience and why you’d be the ideal candidate to:
E: info@aliveactivities.org
T: 0117 377 4756 for more info

South Gloucestershire Meeting Centre Activity Support Worker

We are looking for a Dementia Activity Support Worker, to work 6 hours a day, 3 days a week in our Dementia Meeting Centre in South Gloucestershire.

You will run group activities, group discussions and support individuals living with dementia and their carers as part of a small team in two friendly community settings, including Bradley Stoke.

Experienced at working with people living with dementia, you will have good people and groupwork skills, be organised and have a positive outlook. But mostly you will be passionate about providing high-quality, person-centred dementia care and support.

For further details, read the job description here and fill in the application form here. Please return the application form to info@aliveactivities.org

Closing date is 10am on Monday 4th July 2022.

Finance Manager

Salary: £35,000 p.a. pro rata depending on experience, plus contributory pension

Hours: Part time 2 days or 15 hours per week (with the possibility of increasing to 3)

The Role

We are seeking a talented individual to oversee and manage our finances. Along with a recognised accountancy qualification or relevant experience, you will have a successful track record of developing and managing budgetary systems and accounts. You will be familiar with charity financial reporting requirements and know how to present complex financial information clearly and concisely.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a vibrant and innovative charity, and to help bring enjoyment and vitality to some of the most vulnerable older people in society.

How to Apply

Please see the job description and person specification for details. To apply, please complete the application form, making a compelling case for why you would be the best candidate for this role. If you would like an informal chat about the role, please call our Chief Executive, Isobel Jones, on 0117 3774756.

Please email your application to info@aliveactivities.org by 12pm 1st August. Please do not send CVs. We will hold interviews on August 9th.  If you are unable to make the interview date due to holiday and would be interested in the role, please do contact Isobel on the number above.

Building Wellbeing Resilience Project Manager

Salary: £25,000 p.a. pro rata

Hours: Part-time – Four days per week. 12 Month fixed-term contract 

The Role

This is a great opportunity to join a dynamic and ambitious charity in a sector with huge need. You will become part of a highly motivated group of staff as a Project Manager leading and developing a new project ‘Building Wellbeing Resilience’.   

You will be an enthusiastic and organised project lead with experience of training/teaching and sharing learning with adults. You will have demonstratable dedication to promoting positive wellbeing and have an awareness of issues facing older adults.   

As naturally strong communicator you will be confident in building new relationships, engaging groups and putting people at ease. You will share topics in a way that is informative and supportive, and you will be comfortable in holding the space for groups to discuss sensitive issues. You will work collaboratively with older adults and practitioners from a range of disciplines to continue to adapt and evolve your project outputs ensuring that the project authentically meets the needs of older people. 

With previous experience of efficiently leading projects (or similar transferrable skills) you will be comfortable in working autonomously across the life-cycle of a project from design to evaluation. You will be aware of what is needed to make a project run smoothly and how to gather learning to evaluate its success. 

If you’re enthusiastic and passionate about positive wellbeing and making a difference to the lives of older people, we would love to hear from you.  

Please see the job description for details.    

How to Apply

To apply, please complete the application form, making a compelling case for why you would be the best candidate for this role. If you would like an informal chat about the role, please call Georgina Densley on 0117 377 4756.  

Download the application form.

Please email your application to info@aliveactivities.org by 5pm Wednesday 10th August. Please do not send CVs. We will hold interviews on Wednesday 17th August in person. We will be looking for a candidate who will be able to start ASAP.   

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