Community Co-ordinator based at MHA Communities - East Surrey.Available Hours:Permanent - Part Time - 23 hours per week.
The MHA Communities Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and running a programme of activities, the scope of which will vary depending upon local need. All activities will seek to reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness and promote the wellbeing of older people across a range of community settings. This programme could include any mix from MHA's core service offering - such as befriending, lunch clubs, social outings or clubs. In addition, the post holder will be required to develop new activities based on feedback from and the needs of the community - this could include coordinating with other organisations such as local colleges to offer IT classes or arranging for a local professional to deliver a series of exercise groups. The Community Coordinator will work closely with a variety of internal and external stakeholders and so good communication is as important as having strong organisation skills. For more information about the role please review the attached Job Description.
Please note that interviews may take place prior to the advert closing as and when suitable applications are received. If a suitable candidate is appointed the role may close early, therefore please do not hesitate to submit your application. "Agencies: Please note, MHA do not accept unsolicited CV's from any agencies, regardless of whether they are on our Preferred Supplier List (PSL) or not. We only accept CV's from agencies that have been appointed and briefed by MHA's central Talent Acquisition Team."
At MHA Communities East Surrey, we want to enable older people to maintain their independence and live more fulfilled lives.
Through befriending, lunch clubs, assisted shopping, activity and friendship sessions, outings, escorts to appointments and much more, MHA's Communities across the UK help to tackle loneliness and isolation in people over 60 - helping them to lead fulfilled lives and remain as active members in their local communities.