Due to the support from the Stronger Communities Fund in Craven we are able to publicise the post of:-

Development Worker - Craven Dementia Friendly Communities

Hours and pay: 14 hours per week, pro rata from £22,000 per annum

Fixed term of one year.

An exciting opportunity to enable the communities and residents of Craven District to become dementia friendly. We are looking for a dynamic community enabler who can support communities and residents to put in place changes and help them to take practical action to enable people to live well with dementia, which will continue beyond the timeframe for this post.

Our goals for the role are to achieve the development of a Dementia Friendly Communities (DFC) network across Craven, ensure people living with dementia are involved and have a voice to influence change, and promote better understanding of dementia across communities, in order to reduce stigma and discrimination and promote independence for people living with dementia.

For further information about the role, please contact Antony Radley, Practice Business Manager, Dyneley House Surgery, Skipton. Tel: (01756) 799811

or Sue Bradley, Chief Officer, Age UK North Craven, in Settle. Tel: (01729) 823066

For a job application pack please contact Age UK North Craven, Cheapside, Settle, BD23 9EW tel. 01729 823066 and return completed application forms to the same address.

Email: info@ageuknorthcraven.org or download from http://www.ageuk.org.uk/northcraven/vacancies/

Closing date for applications: 12 noon Thursday 13th April 2017

Interviews: Thursday 27th April 2017

Please note from 3rd April to 12th April please contact Antony Radley, Practice Manager at Dyneley House, Skipton for further information about the post.

The person spec and job description, and application form are fully downloadable from the site above.


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