We have a new and exciting opportunity with in our Neighbourhood Network scheme and are currently looking to recruit a Digital Inclusion Officer.

Age Concern Birmingham is a local based charity passionate about supporting Older Adults by making a positive difference, adding value to people’s lives by offering services to promote wellbeing and independence.

In 2019, 60.5% of people over the age of 65 in the UK had never used the internet. As more and more services moved online as the pandemic progressed, older people struggled to access up-to-date information and things such as online grocery delivery. Our new and exciting role of Digital Inclusion Officer looks to support the Older Adults of Sutton Coldfield to close this gap.

Our Neighbourhood Network Scheme looks to co-produce a great range of community led activities, make opportunities for people to connect meaningfully and influence positive change in their communities. This role will be responsible for translating our digital inclusion strategy into operational activities, ensuring that we are providing valuable digital inclusion services and activities to older people and local community assets.

Responsibilities include:
• Contribute to the development and delivery of the digital strategy.
• Co-ordinate successful delivery of digital inclusion and support services.
• Maintain a personal caseload of individuals taking part in the programme.
• Delivering Digital skills workshops

Please return applications to, [email protected]  by 9:00 am on Monday 21st June.

Applications must include a CV and a cover letter detailing how you meet the personal specification for this role.

Interviews to commence: w/c 28th June

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