A rare opportunity has arisen for two post-holders to join a vibrant, person-centred charity with a 90 year history of serving communities across Lincolnshire. Community Lincs is described by its staff as being an innovative and rewarding place to work and you would be joining us during an exciting phase of our development as we create new opportunities for supporting individuals, families and communities across the county.
Our Talk, Eat and Drink project in East Lindsey is already having a major, positive impact on the lives of older people in the region. The T.E.D. project team work with local partners to address issues of social isolation in the over 50 population, thanks to a successful grant application through the Big Lottery, as part of their national Ageing Better Programme. We are looking for two post-holders to help us to take the project through to the next stage of its development and delivery.
T.E.D. Project Manager - Ref No: AT/TEDPM2018
37 hours per week, £28,000 pa, fixed-term contract to March 2021, based in Sleaford with regular travel around East Lindsey
You will be an experienced manager of projects, a real people person with the ability to communicate effectively to a wide variety of audiences. You will have experience of managing and leading staff as well as drive and commitment and a deep understanding of the issues affecting the lives of older people. You will be outcomes-focussed, and ideally have experience of achieving results through delivery of a large-scale funded project across a wide geographical area. You and your team will need to work effectively to achieve the best possible outcomes for older people in East Lindsey.
You will also be responsible for liaising with the Big Lottery Officers and other national partners, providing regular, evidence-based reports on progress and outcomes and developing key local relationships.
This post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.
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This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All applicants will be asked to complete a self-declaration statement and an enhanced DBS check will be required for any post that puts the applicant into contact with children, young people and/or vulnerable adults.